03. 5. ACGA_L01-L09_2017

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AVIÓNICA Quiz on 03. 5. ACGA_L01-L09_2017, created by Ismael Vázquez on 03/28/2018.

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Question 1

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1. Forms of aquaplaning: pg19
Answer
  • A. Reverted rubber
  • B. Dynamic
  • C. Viscous
  • D. All are correct

Question 2

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2. Primary flight controls pg19
Answer
  • A. Rudder
  • B. Flaps
  • C. Spoilers
  • D. Radios

Question 3

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3. First modern tail control configuration pg19
Answer
  • A. Albert Einstein 1859
  • B. Adolf Hitler 1959
  • C. Boulton 1868
  • D. Levavasseur 1908

Question 4

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4. Incorporation of Fly-by-wire pg19
Answer
  • A. 1970
  • B. 1922
  • C. 1910
  • D. 1960

Question 5

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5. How does the system “fly by wire” work? pg19
Answer
  • A. Transmission of electrical information to act on valves that control the movement of the airplane. Only information is sended, not forces.
  • B. Transmission of forces by electric actuators.
  • C. None of the above
  • D. Both are true

Question 6

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6. Most common hydraulic problems pg19
Answer
  • A. Weight
  • B. Need of Watertightness
  • C. Need of Equipment certification
  • D. All of above are true

Question 7

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7. Flight control design drivers pg20
Answer
  • A. Safety, reliability, minimum weight, cost.
  • B. Colour, cost, rugosity, ergonomics
  • C. Size, colour, reliability.
  • D. Safety.

Question 8

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8. Disadvantage of having the engine behind the wings pg20
Answer
  • A. There is stronger noise
  • B. Dirty air flow or without amount of movement
  • C. Both are true
  • D. None of above

Question 9

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1. How many types of trim exist? pg20
Answer
  • A. Without tab
  • B. With tab indirect
  • C. With tab direct
  • D. All of above are true

Question 10

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2. Which of the next is not a secondary aircraft control? pg20
Answer
  • A. Flap
  • B. Tabs
  • C. Spoilers
  • D. Leading edge devices

Question 11

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3. How is the operation of a flap? pg20
Answer
  • A. By an electrical system
  • B. By a mechanical system
  • C. Both are true
  • D. None of above

Question 12

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4. What are the different modes of Fly By Wire? pg20
Answer
  • A. Full Fly By Wire
  • B. Direct electrical link mode
  • C. Mechanical Reversion mode
  • D. All of above

Question 13

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5. What is an advantage of a Power By Wire electric actuation vs centralized hydraulics? pg21
Answer
  • A. Can’t remove components without breaking into hydraulic line
  • B. More leaks
  • C. Easier to physically separate redudant electrical systems than hydraulic system
  • D. All of above

Question 14

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6. Which of next are benefits of Fly by Wire? pg21
Answer
  • A. Increase of stability and handling qualities
  • B. Turbulence suppression and consequent decrease of fatigue
  • C. Drag reduction by and optimised trim setting
  • D. All of above

Question 15

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7. How many types of Fly by Wire exist? pg21
Answer
  • 4
  • 1
  • 5
  • 3

Question 16

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8. What is the principal use of spoilers? pg21
Answer
  • Breaking the aircraft drag.
  • Increase the lift
  • Optimised trim setting
  • None of above

Question 17

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How is lift affected by rain? pg22
Answer
  • a) It modifies the boundary layer increasing drag.
  • b) It is not affected
  • c) It decreases because the humidity decreases density.
  • d) A and C are correct

Question 18

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How does an aircraft evacuate rainwater? pg22
Answer
  • a) Using hydrophobic coatings
  • b) Using surfaces that expel the drops outwards.
  • c) Increasing the speed of the aircraft.
  • d) A and B are correct.

Question 19

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Which of the following is NOT a property of rime ice? pg22
Answer
  • Transparent
  • Air between droplets
  • Small supercooled water droplets
  • In leading edge

Question 20

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What kind of ice is the most dangerous? pg22
Answer
  • Clear Ice.
  • Rime Ice.
  • Hoar Frost.
  • All of them affect in the same way.

Question 21

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Anti-icing substances are mainly composed of: pg22
Answer
  • Alcohol
  • Formaldehyde
  • Amonnia
  • Nitrogen

Question 22

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What kind of requirements does an aircraft need in order to work? pg22
Answer
  • Civilian.
  • Military.
  • Civilian and military.
  • Civilian or military.

Question 23

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Whichof thefollowingisNOTan anti-icesystem? pg23
Answer
  • Hot bleed air
  • Electrical heating
  • Pneumatic boots
  • Liquid ice protection

Question 24

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Which of the following is NOT a de-ice system? pg23
Answer
  • Electric expulsive systems.
  • Electrical heating.
  • Electro magnetic impulse de-icing.
  • Pneumatic boots
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