- Fuel gauges are located on which
- The capacitance type fuel quantity system
provides fuel quantity information to the fuel indication system and
what other item
- The fuel vents are connected to what,
from where the fuel drains back into the wing tanks.
- Fuel can be supplied from any tank, using
- Is it possible to transfer fuel in flight.
- The fuel boost pump motors operate on
what type of power.
- Where are the fuel SOV's located
- The fuel shutoff valves are closed by
- In order to dump fuel from a tank, how
many pumps in that tank must be operating
- Are there any Aircraft restrictions on
dumping fuel in flight
- Where is the refuel station located
- What are the sources of electrical power
- Can you fuel the No 2 tank with the pressure
refueling system inoperative.
- Can you fuel to tanks 1 & 3 to full using
the overwing fueling method.
- What does the manual defueling valve connect
- The volumetric top off system. Once triggered
will do what to the fuel entering that tank
- When doing a walk round how would you
set the fuel panel.
- What control of the #2 Crossfeed do you
have during fueling.
- How would you distribute 42,000lbs of
- How should the fuel panel be set for
- If an aft boost pump low-pressure light
goes out in any tank when the forward boost pumps are turned on, what
would you suspect.
- The fuel dump system Is designed to stop
dumping fuel automatically when the tank quantity decreases to what
- What would be a max cruise level if all
boost pumps in a tank are inoperative.
- FE's Panel ,Refuel Station (all Interchangeable)
- PDCS (if Installed)
- Surge Tanks
- Any Crossfeed
- AC power
- Start levers and fire switches
- 1 pump
- Leading edge, right wing (mid)
- APU generator, external power. Aircraft
- Yes, Fuel 1 or 3 then transfer.
- Yes, Providing #2 Tank is not required
to be full. (So fill #2 then transfer to 1 & 3)
- Crossfeed manifold. Fueling and dump
- All crossfeeds open and one fuel pump
- None (locked out for fueling operations)
- Tanks 1 & 3 11,500lbs (type/company dependent),
19,000 Tank 2
- Tank to engine
- Check valve
- 3500 lb
- 25,000 feet