# CH01 A330 AC GEN/EMER EQUIP/DOORS/LIGHTS Flashcards

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ACGEN_1
Specify the recommended minimum pavement width for a 180 turn.

(-200) Minimum width of pavement for 180° turn: ___ Feet

(-300) Minimum width of pavement for 180° turn: ___ Feet

(-900) Minimum width of pavement for 180° turn: ___ Feet
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ACGEN_1
Specify the recommended minimum pavement width for a 180 turn.

(-200) Minimum width of pavement for 180° turn: 142 Feet

(-300) Minimum width of pavement for 180° turn: 157 Feet

(-900) Minimum width of pavement for 180° turn: 158 Feet
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VOL. II, 900 Supp. 2.2.2

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ACGEN_1
Describe the relationship of the nose, wing and tail during a turn.
The ____ _____ swings the largest arc during a turn and determines the minimum obstruction path.

All other portions of the plane remain within this arc.

Note: If the wingtip clears an obstacle, the tail will also.
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ACGEN_1
Describe the relationship of the nose, wing and tail during a turn.
The wing tip swings the largest arc during a turn and determines the minimum obstruction path.

All other portions of the plane remain within this arc.

Note: If the wingtip clears an obstacle, the tail will also.
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ACGEN_3
Specify the number and locations of all normal and emergency exits (include doors, windows, etc).

• The airplane has ___ cabin doors and ___ emergency exit doors in the cabin.
• The flight deck _____ windows, one on the_____and one on the_____, can be opened by the flight crew on the ground or in flight and can be used for emergency evacuation.

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ACGEN_3
Specify the number and locations of all normal and emergency exits (include doors, windows, etc).

• The airplane has six cabin doors and two emergency exit doors in the cabin.
• TWO flight deck sliding windows, one on the LEFT and one on the RIGHT, can be opened by the flight crew on the ground or in flight and can be used for emergency evacuation.

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ACGEN_4
In relationship to the doors, discuss normal and abnormal indications on ECAM DOOR/OXY page.
The exterior doors are displayed as:

• Open green - The door is _____ and _____.
• SLIDE is displayed in white when the slide is ______.
• It is not displayed when the slide is _______.
• Solid amber with an amber label - The door is ______.
• Amber X with a white label - Detection _____, the status of the door is _______.

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ACGEN_4
In relationship to the doors, discuss normal and abnormal indications on ECAM DOOR/OXY page.
The exterior doors are displayed as:

• Open green - The door is closed and locked.
• SLIDE is displayed in white when the slide is armed.
• It is not displayed when the slide is disarmed.
• Solid amber with an amber label - The door is open.
• Amber X with a white label - Detection fault, the status of the door is unknown.

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ACGEN_5
State emergency equipment available in the flight deck and cabin.
Cabin:

• • Medical
• Expanded ______ Kit (XMK)
• ______ pouch
• Automated External ______ (AED)
• ______ aid kits
• Portable ______ bottles
• • Fire fighting
• Fire ______ (______ and ______)
• Protective ______ ______ (PBE)
• • Flotation
• Personal ______ Devices (PFDs)
• Passenger seat ______ cushions
• • Signaling
• Emergency ______ ______ (ELT)
• • Miscellaneous
• Mega______
• Flight Deck:
• Flash______
• • Fire fighting
• Fire ______ (Halon)
• Protective ______ ______ (PBE)
• • Flotation
• Personal ______ Devices (PFDs)
• • Signaling
• Emergency ______ Transmitter (ELT)
• • Miscellaneous
• Escape ______
• Crash ______

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ACGEN_5
State emergency equipment available in the flight deck and cabin.
Cabin:

• • Medical
• Expanded Medical Kit (XMK)
• Medical pouch
• Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
• First aid kits
• Portable oxygen bottles
• • Fire fighting
• Fire extinguishers (Halon and H20)
• Protective Breathing Equipment (PBE)
• • Flotation
• Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs)
• Passenger seat bottom cushions
• • Signaling
• Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT)
• • Miscellaneous
• Megaphones
• Flight Deck:
• Flashlights
• • Fire fighting
• Fire extinguishers (Halon)
• Protective Breathing Equipment (PBE)
• • Flotation
• Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs)
• • Signaling
• Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT)
• • Miscellaneous
• Escape ropes
• Crash axe

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ACGEN_7
Identify available cabin lighting during emergency electrical configuration.
Emergency lighting consists of:

• ______ Signs
• Escape ______ ______
• ______ emergency lights
• Escape ______ lights

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ACGEN_7
Identify available cabin lighting during emergency electrical configuration.
Emergency lighting consists of:

• EXIT Signs
• Escape path lights
• Escape slide lights

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ACGEN_8
Describe the function of the Flight Deck Emergency Light Switch & Emergency Lights. Switch located on the Flight Attendant Panel Door 1L.

EMER EXIT LT switch

• ON - The ____ signs, escape ____ lights, and ____ emergency lights illuminate.
• ARM - The emergency lights are ____ to illuminate if certain aircraft ____ system failures occur.
• OFF - The emergency lights ____ and an amber ____ light next to the switch illuminates.

EMER pb

• If the EMER pb on the forward attendant panel is pushed, all of the emergency lights ____ regardless of the position of the ____ ____ LT switch.

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ACGEN_8
Describe the function of the Flight Deck Emergency Light Switch & Emergency Lights. Switch located on the Flight Attendant Panel Door 1L.

EMER EXIT LT switch

• ON - The EXIT signs, escape path lights, and overhead emergency lights illuminate.
• ARM - The emergency lights are armed to illuminate if certain aircraft electrical system failures occur.
• OFF - The emergency lights extinguish and an amber OFF light next to the switch illuminates.

EMER pb

• If the EMER pb on the forward attendant panel is pushed, all of the emergency lights illuminate regardless of the position of the EMER EXIT LT switch.

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ACGEN_9
Identify if the crew oxygen system has over-pressurized.

If an overpressure exists in the cylinder or the supply line:

• Oxygen will be vented overboard through an oxygen _____ ____ on the _____ side of the ______ fuselage.
• The _____ _____ is normally filled by a _____ disc which is blown out when an overpressure discharge has occurred.

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ACGEN_9
Identify if the crew oxygen system has over-pressurized.

If an overpressure exists in the cylinder or the supply line:

• Oxygen will be vented overboard through an oxygen relief port on the right side of the forward fuselage.
• The relief port is normally filled by a green disc which is blown out when an overpressure discharge has occurred.

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ACGEN_10
Understand control functions and indications on the OXYGEN panel.

• AUTO (guarded) - The oxygen mask doors open _________ when the cabin altitude exceeds approximately _________ feet.
• Pushed (guard lifted) - _________ sends a signal to deploy the cabin oxygen masks.

2. PASSENGER SYS ON Light

• Illuminates _________ when either an automatic or manual signal has been sent to _________ the masks.

3. CREW SUPPLY pb

• On (lights out) - The crew oxygen _________ pressure supply valve is _________ and _________ pressure oxygen is supplied to the masks.
• Selected OFF - Illuminates _________ and the valve _________ .
• The DOOR/OXY page OXY indication becomes amber and _________ ___ PR is displayed as pressure in the supply line becomes low.

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ACGEN_10
Understand control functions and indications on the OXYGEN panel.

• AUTO (guarded) - The oxygen mask doors open automatically when the cabin altitude exceeds approximately 14,000 feet.
• Pushed (guard lifted) - Manually sends a signal to deploy the cabin oxygen masks.

2. PASSENGER SYS ON Light

• Illuminates white when either an automatic or manual signal has been sent to deploy the masks.

3. CREW SUPPLY pb

• On (lights out) - The crew oxygen low pressure supply valve is open and low pressure oxygen is supplied to the masks.
• Selected OFF - Illuminates white and the valve closes.
• The DOOR/OXY page OXY indication becomes amber and REGUL LO PR is displayed as pressure in the supply line becomes low.

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ACGEN_11
Understand control functions and indications on the crew oxygen masks.
1. Mode Selector Knob

• NORM - A mixture of ______ air and ______ supply is delivered to the mask.
• The mixture varies with ______ altitude.
• 100% - The mask delivers ______ oxygen.
• EMER -______ and ______oxygen pressure is supplied to the mask.
• This position should be used if the mask regulator ______ or the mask needs to be ______ of fog or contaminated air.

• The blinker opens to expose a ______ disk indicating that oxygen is ______ to the mask.

3. TEST/RESET Button

• With the ______ door closed, pushing the TEST/RESET button tests the operation of the ______ and ______ system integrity.
• When the button is released, the mask microphone and the oxygen supply to the mask are ______.

4. OXY ON Flag

• If the ______ door is closed, but the mask oxygen and microphone are active, the white OXY ON flag ______.
• The flag only appears with the door ______ and serves to indicate that the oxygen mask needs to be ______.
• Pressing the test/reset button will turn ______the mask oxygen supply, turn ______ the mask microphone, and ______ the flag.

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ACGEN_11
Understand control functions and indications on the crew oxygen masks.
1. Mode Selector Knob

• NORM - A mixture of cabin air and oxygen supply is delivered to the mask.
• The mixture varies with cabin altitude.
• 100% - The mask delivers 100% oxygen.
• EMER - Continuous and positive oxygen pressure is supplied to the mask.
• This position should be used if the mask regulator fails or the mask needs to be purged of fog or contaminated air.

• The blinker opens to expose a yellow disk indicating that oxygen is flowing to the mask.

3. TEST/RESET Button

• With the right door closed, pushing the TEST/RESET button tests the operation of the blinker and oxygen system integrity.
• When the button is released, the mask microphone and the oxygen supply to the mask are disabled.

4. OXY ON Flag

• If the right door is closed, but the mask oxygen and microphone are active, the white OXY ON flag appears.
• The flag only appears with the door closed and serves to indicate that the oxygen mask needs to be reset.
• Pressing the test/reset button will turn off the mask oxygen supply, turn off the mask microphone, and retract the flag.

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ACGEN_12
In relationship to the oxygen system, discuss normal and abnormal indications on ECAM DOOR/OXY page.

1. CKPT OXY
Normally white, becomes ______ if any of the following conditions are met:

• Oxygen cylinder pressure is less than [______] psi.
• The supply line pressure is ______.
• OXYGEN CREW SUPPLY pb is ______.

2. Numeric Value
Indicates the cylinder pressure and can be displayed as:

• Green - The pressure is at least [______] psi.
• Pulsing Green - The pressure is between [______] and [______] psi.
• Amber numeric indication -The pressure is less than [______] psi.
• Amber half frame around the value - The pressure is below [______] psi.

3. REGUL LO PR

Displayed in amber if pressure in the supply line is ______.

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ACGEN_12
In relationship to the oxygen system, discuss normal and abnormal indications on ECAM DOOR/OXY page.

1. CKPT OXY
Normally white, becomes amber if any of the following conditions are met:

• Oxygen cylinder pressure is less than [300] psi.
• The supply line pressure is low.
• OXYGEN CREW SUPPLY pb is OFF.

2. Numeric Value
Indicates the cylinder pressure and can be displayed as:

• Green - The pressure is at least [600] psi.
• Pulsing Green - The pressure is between [300] and [600] psi.
• Amber numeric indication -The pressure is less than [300] psi.
• Amber half frame around the value - The pressure is below [1,000] psi.

3. REGUL LO PR

Displayed in amber if pressure in the supply line is low.

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ACGEN_12
In relationship to the oxygen system, discuss normal and abnormal indications on ECAM DOOR/OXY page.

• *-900**
• *1. OXY Pressure Indication**
• CAPT OXY pressure indication appears on the _____ side
• and F/O OXY pressure indication on the _____ side
• It is in green when the pressure is greater than or equal to _____ PSI.
• It pulses in green when the pressure is less than _____ PSI (the __________ SD page is automatically displayed).
• It is in amber, when the pressure is less than _____ PSI.
• An amber half frame appears when the oxygen pressure is less than _____ PSI.
• In this case the flight crew must check that the remaining quantity is not below the minimum (refer to Minimum Flight Crew Oxygen Pressure).

2. REGUL 1(2)(1+2) LO PR indication

• It is in amber, if oxygen pressure on the low-pressure circuit is low (_____ PSI).

3. CKPT OXY Indication

• It is normally in _____ .
• It becomes amber, when:
• The pressure goes below _____ PSI.
• _____ oxygen pressure is detected.
• The overhead panel’s OXYGEN _____ SUPPLY pb-sw is OFF.

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ACGEN_12
In relationship to the oxygen system, discuss normal and abnormal indications on ECAM DOOR/OXY page.

• *-900**
• *1. OXY Pressure Indication**
• CAPT OXY pressure indication appears on the left side
• and F/O OXY pressure indication on the right side
• It is in green when the pressure is greater than or equal to 500 PSI.
• It pulses in green when the pressure is less than 500 PSI (the DOOR/OXY SD page is automatically displayed).
• It is in amber, when the pressure is less than 200 PSI.
• An amber half frame appears when the oxygen pressure is less than 800 PSI.
• In this case the flight crew must check that the remaining quantity is not below the minimum (refer to Minimum Flight Crew Oxygen Pressure).

2. REGUL 1(2)(1+2) LO PR indication

• Amber, if oxygen pressure on the low-pressure circuit is low (50 PSI).

3. CKPT OXY Indication

• It is normally in white.
• It becomes amber, when:
• The pressure goes below 200 PSI.
• Low oxygen pressure is detected.
• The overhead panel’s OXYGEN CREW SUPPLY pb-sw is OFF.

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ACGEN_13
State location and number of portable oxygen tanks.

_____ portable oxygen bottles, each with an attached yellow oxygen mask, are located throughout the cabin.
If a bottle is missing or the pressure is below the _____ range, contact Dispatch for possible MDM relief.

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ACGEN_13
State location and number of portable oxygen tanks.

Sixteen portable oxygen bottles, each with an attached yellow oxygen mask, are located throughout the cabin.
If a bottle is missing or the pressure is below the FULL range, contact Dispatch for possible MDM relief.

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ACGEN_14
Identify if the APU fire suppression agent has been over-pressurized.

• An overpressure _______ indicator is provided for the APU fire extinguisher bottle.
• It consists of a _______ disc located on the _______ near the _______ air intake flap.
• If the disc is missing, the pressure relief device may have _______ the fire extinguisher agent.

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ACGEN_14
Identify if the APU fire suppression agent has been over-pressurized.

• An overpressure discharge indicator is provided for the APU fire extinguisher bottle.
• It consists of a red disc located on the tail near the APU air intake flap.
• If the disc is missing, the pressure relief device may have released the fire extinguisher agent.

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ACGEN_1 EXTRA: 900 Aircraft Dimensions

Length: ______ / ______

Wingspan: ______ (______ meters)

Height: ______ / ______

900 series:

2 CHAPTER 20 AIRCRAFT GENERAL 2.1 DESCRIPTION
2.1.1 Principal Dimensions

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ACGEN_1 EXTRA: 900 Aircraft Dimensions

Length: 209 208’ 10” (63.66 m)”

Wingspan: 210 209’ 12” (64 meters)

Height: 56. 55’ 1” (16.79 meters)

2 CHAPTER 20 AIRCRAFT GENERAL 2.1 DESCRIPTION
2.1.1 Principal Dimensions

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ACGEN_1 EXTRA: 6.1.4 Aircraft Dimensions

Where two values are displayed: -200/-300/900

_200 300 ___ 900_

Wingspan: ______ (__) ____(__) __(___)

Length: ______ ______ _____

Height: ______ ______ _____

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ACGEN_1 EXTRA: 6.1.4 Aircraft Dimensions

Where two values are displayed: -200/-300

200 300 900

Wingspan: _198 (60 ) __ _198 (60 ) 210 (64)_

Length: _192 __ ____209 209_

Height: _56’ 8” ________55’ 3”_

6.1.4 Aircraft Dimensions