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1

How far can the Longhaul version fly with standard reserves left in the tank?

2,000 NM

2

What is the certified ceiling of the ERJ 170?

41,000ft

3

In a turn, what requires the largest clearance?

Tail

4

In case of total power loss...

DC power provide Emergency lighting

5

Above what cabin altitude will the NO SMOKING and FSB signs automatically illuminate?

14,000ft

6

How many service doors provide access for service access?

2

7

What is the max thrust of one engine?

14,200lbs

8

Where is the EICAS display brightness control knob located?

On the left hand glare shield light control panel

9

What is the theoretical minimum pavement width required to perform a 180 degree turn?

17m or 54ft 8in

10

How long is the wingspan of the aircraft?

26m or 85ft 4in

11

The warning message CABIN ALT HI together with a red cabin altitude indication will be displayed whenever the cabin altitude exceeds....

9700ft

12

Cabin zone temperature control

Can be transferred from the cockpit control panel to the flight attendant control panel

13

pushing the dump switch on the pressurization panel in the cockpit will....

depressurize the cabin to a maximum of 12,400ft cabin alt., and deactivates the recirculation fans and the ECS packs

14

During normal operation, the conditioned air consists of

52% fresh air and 48% re-circulation air

15

The emergency Ram Air valve is commanded open...

If Pack 1 and Pack 2 are commanded/failed OFF, and the altitude is less than 25,000ft

16

Which of the following components regulate the airflow into the ECS Packs?

The Flow Control Valve

17

During cruise below 37,000ft, the normal differential pressure is limited to...

7.8 PSID

18

The CPCS calculates a target cabin altitude for each of the following CPCS flight modes...

Ground, taxi, takeoff, climb, cruise, descent, and abort

19

The Positive pressure relief valve (safety valve) opens independently whenever the differential pressure exceeds

8.7 PSID

20

The Cabin Pressure Control System consists of the following main components

1 Cabin pressure controller, 1 cabin outflow valve, 1 negative relief valve, 1 positive pressure relief valve, and 1 static port

21

During a normal APU shutdown, what services are available?

Electrics

22

Pushing the emergency stop button on the APU panel causes what?

APU to stop immediately

23

What causes the APU to automatically shutdown on the ground?

1) Overspeed, FADEC critical fault2) APU fire, EGT over temp, sensor failure3) APU High oil temp, APU Low oil pressure4) ALL of the Above

24

What is the Max altitude for starting the APU?

30,000ft

25

What is the Max altitude for conditioning air operation from the APU?

15,000ft

26

What actions trip the Autopilot?

1) Manual trim or quick disc switches activated, column shakers are activated2) The Fly bu wire system in Direct Mode, aileron and elevator system disconnects3) A column and control wheel force monitor sensor trips4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

27

Pressing the NAV button, the FMA annunciator displays

LNAV, LOC

28

The guidance panel provides what functions?

1) Lateral and Vertical guidance control2) AFCS management control 3) 2 independent A and B channels4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

29

Pressing the center of the ALT selector knob does what?

Provides the selected ALT in METERS to be displayed on the PFD

30

Pressing the back up trim switch with autopilot engaged

the Autopilot disconnects

31

Can you reconnect the IDG in flight?

No

32

When IDG 1 or IDG 2 is selected off,

The generator is de-energized and the line contactor is open

33

What does the AVAIL lamp on the overhead electrical panel mean?

The external power is connected and all quality requirements are satisfied

34

If the APU is available and one engine generator fails, the failed generator is replaced by?

The APU Generator

35

The STBY AC BUS is normally powered by the ESS AC BUS. it will be powered by the inverter,

When the aircraft is powered by batteries only

36

Each thrust reverser half has....

2 Hydraulic Actuators

37

How many igniters are energized for each engine start?

one on ground and 2 in flight

38

What controls the Fuel Metering Unit?

The FADEC

39

What type of engine is the General Electric CF34-8E?

High by-pass 2 spool turbofan

40

During normal engine start,

the FADEC opens and closes the Starter Control Valve automatically

41

Pushing the Test button on the Fire Extinguisher Panel on the cockpit will...

Test the engine, and APU fire detection system as well as the cargo smoke detection system

42

When smoke is detected in the forward lavatory,

all statements correct

43

Pulling down and Engine Fire Handle in the cockpit will

Shutoff the fuel system, the hydraulic fluids and the bleed air system of the respective engine

44

In the event of an APU fire on the ground,

the APU will shutdown after 10 seconds. If there is no commanded shut down through the APU emergency stop switch

45

The Lavatory Fire Extinguisher is

activated automatically when a certain temperature has been reached

46

The HS-ACE responds to

Trim commands from the backup trim, pilot trim, co-pilot trim and FCM trim inputs

47

What is the correct sequence of slats/flaps extension and retraction?

Slats extend first, while flaps retract first

48

The Elevator Thrust Compensation(ETC) function, stabilizing the aircraft around the pitch axis, will be available

In Normal Mode Only, as it is computed in the FCM unit

49

The two aileron PCU's per side operate the aileron surface

in an active/active configuration