- How are the flight controls
powered with the exception of the trimmable stabilizer
- Moving the system "A" rudder switch
to OFF will move which ganged switch to ON.
- If hydraulic pressure to a primary
flight control fails, Where will a warning light come on.
- How and were are the ailerons are
- What sort of unit in the wheel well
moves the ailerons.
- The amount of outboard aileron
movement is controlled by lockout mechanism which is actuated by movement
of what surface.
- In powered operation, the tabs
on the ailerons move in which direction to the ailerons.
- In manual reversion the control
wheel will move what
- In manual reversion the outboard
ailerons move in response to what.
- Aerodynamic balance panels are
located where and attached to what.
- In powered flight, the control
pressures felt as the control wheel is turned are provided by what sort
- If the spoilers are extended while
the wing flaps are down What will happen
- With partial speed brake extension
what sort of roll rates may be experienced.
- With the auto spoiler system armed,
the spoilers will deploy on landing under what conditions
- If the speed brakes are armed with
a fault in the auto spoiler system what will happen.
- The elevators act independently
and each is powered by what system.
- With loss of all hydraulic pressure
the elevator tabs act as what
- The elevator feel computer has two
channels. In each channel hydraulic pressure is modified by what inputs.
- The elevator feel differential pressure
light comes on to warn that what does not agree.
- Pitch trim is controlled by what
- The stabilizer trim light will
illuminate if the stabilizer is being trimmed by what means.
- When the main trim reaches what
position during nose down travel, control automatically switches to
the cruise trim motor.
- The rudder load limiter light indicates
what is incorrect to the lower rudder.
- The yaw dampers are used to prevent
Dutch roll at what phase of flight.
- The Y/ID flags on the Captain's
forward instrument panel will indicate what has failed.
- The left and right inboard flaps
are driven what and how are they powered.
- The lower end of the takeoff range
of flap is established by a gate at what position
- With the Alternate Flaps Master
switch on. How will the trailing edge flaps be driven down
- Where is the flap asymmetric protection
- The trailing edge flaps are not
protected against asymmetrical extension when extended by what means.
- Extension cf the leading edge devices
is triggered by what.
- The leading edge annunciator on
the forward instrument panel remains what colour if the leading edge
devices do not match the outboard flap position.
- Using the alternate flap extension
system, fluid from what reservoir is used to lower the leading edge
- What is the control logic for the
T/O warning system when the throttles are advanced.
- The stall warning vane heater will
operate and the computer will be powered when.
- Elevator Feel Differential Pressure
light on, avoid what
- During flight with unreliable airspeed.
Control is based on power setting and what else
- With Jammed, sticking or faulty
flight controls. What would you do to the flight control switches
- If one set of flaps stops because
they are extended asymmetrically .Would you attempt to move the asymmetrical
flaps with the alternate system.
- To lower the flaps using the alternate
system, the flap handle is placed in what position.
- STANDBY (Rudder)
- First Officer's forward instrument
- Hydraulic power unit , left main
wheel well, System "A"
- Cable system, (Drum - with breakout)
- Outboard trailing edge flaps
- Opposite direction
- Inboard aileron tabs
- Inboard aileron movement
- Wing structure, leading edge of
- Spring loaded roller cam mechanism
- Warning horn will sound intermittently
- Main wheel rotation (Spin up), strut
- DO NOT ARM light will illuminate
- Systems "A" and "B"
- Control tabs
- Pitot static pressure, stabilizer
- Computer pressure outputs
- Electric motors, manual system
- Main trim, cruise trim light on.
Autopilot light off
- 1/2 degree nose up (give or
take a tad)
- Hydraulic pressure
- High altitude and high airspeed
- Electrical power to the yaw dampers
- Torque tube drives flaps, hydraulic
or electric can supply power source
- 25 deg
- Flap indicator, (Amount of needle
- Outboard trailing edge flap position
- Reserve section of the system "B"
reservoir (little "b")
- Stabilizer trim is not in the green
band. Flaps are not in the takeoff ranges speed brake lever is not in
the forward detent, leading edge devices are not extended
- An airplane generator on line
- Abrupt, excessive control movement.
- Body Attitude
- Desired final position.