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How are the NLG centering cams disengaged? | Aircraft Management Mcqs

A. Automatically when there is weight on the nose wheel B. Mechanically when there is weight on the nose wheel C. Automatically when the gear are lowered D. Mechanically when the gear are lowered Ans: A

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What is used to determine the MLG wheel brake wear? | Aircraft Management Mcqs

A. A brake-wear depth guage B. A squeal indicating pin that connects to the pressure plate C. A self-adjusting return spring that connects to the pressure plate D. A hydraulic pressure safety switch that monitors the amount of fluid pressure … Continue reading

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What prevents rotation of the exposed MLG wheel during flight? | Aircraft Management Mcqs

A. The parking brake system pressure B. The MLG brake system pressure C. The anti-rotation snubber assembly D. The weight-on-wheels switch Ans: C

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If there is doubt that the drag strut actuator is locked, what can you do to determine whether the actuator lock is fully engaged? | Aircraft Management Mcqs

A. Jack the aircraft and conduct a landing gear retraction/extension checkout B. Measure the exposed drag strut piston; less than 1/4″ is safe C. Measure the exposed drag strut piston; greater than 1/4″ is safe D. Using a pry bar, … Continue reading

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What supports the combined weight of the wheel, brake and pressurized piston assembly when the MLG shock strut is fully extended? | Aircraft Management Mcqs

A. The shock strut mounts B. The shock strut C. The gland nut D. The trunnion Ans: C

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When the aircraft is airborne, what keeps the MLG strut piston in the fully extended position? | Aircraft Management Mcqs

A. By an internal downlock B. By an external downlock C. By left system hydraulic pressure D. By the pressurized nitrogen inside the strut Ans: D

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What type of landing gear arrangement does the A-10 have? | Aircraft Management Mcqs

A. Conventional tri-cycle arrangement B. Standard nose wheel and truck assembly C. Unconventional crosswing-crab steering tri-cycle arrangement D. None of the above Ans: A

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What are the hazards associated with RF radiation? | Aircraft Management Mcqs

A. Damage to the human body/tissues B. Ignition of fuel vapors/spark C. Accidental firing of electroexplosive devices/EED D. All of the above Ans: D

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How can noise levels be reduced during engine runs? | Aircraft Management Mcqs

A. By installing aircraft engine noise suppression devices B. By shutting down the APU after engine start C. By running in selected open aircraft run-up areas D. By running engines only during daytime hours – from dawn to dusk Ans: … Continue reading

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Why must you close the left engine’s inboard nacelle door prior to operating the APU? | Aircraft Management Mcqs

A. Because it forms part of the APU exhaust ducting B. Because it forms part of the APU intake ducting C. Because of the location of the APU exhaust D. Because of the location of the APU intake Ans: C

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