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SHA-SHIB AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

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towing

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Bottle jack is used


(a)
to raise one wheel to remove brake unit
(b)
to raise single wheel
(c)
to raise single wheel to remove one brake unit
(d)
all are correct
When jacking the a/c
(a)
a/c nose put to the wind
(b)
select hard and smooth surface
(c) both (a) & (b)
(d) none
During jacking the a/c outside the hangar
(a)
face the a/c tail to winds
(b)
face be jacked in any direction
(c)
surface should be hard and level
(d)
none
While jacking one wheel of an aircraft
(a)
tripode type jack is used
(b)
aircraft should be raised 6 to 8 above the
ground
(c)
the remaining wheel should be chocked properly (d)
all are correct
The function of the jack point is to
(a)
ensure that the a\c load is properly distributed at the jack point
(b)
prevent damage of the structure of the a/c
(c)
both (a) & (b)
(d)
none
To change only one tire, the jack should be used.
(a)
To just clear the tire from ground
(b)
hydraulic jack (single base pack)
(c)
chocks used with remaining wheel
(d)
all are correct
Levelling of a/c
(a)
lateral leveling of H/A is more critical than
(b)
jacking points are located on
longitudinal axis
(c)
leveling is always done on longitudinal axis
(d)
leveling of lateral point is
always done on longitudinalaxis
Mark the correct statement
(a)
lateral leveling in heavy airplane is more critical (b)
leveling lateral point always on
longitudinal axis
(c)
leveling is always done in longitudinal axis
(d)
none
Before raising an aircraft on jacks:
(i)
Jack should be inspected for lifting capacity
(ii)
Check proper functioning
(iii)
All work stands and other equipment should be removed from under and near the Aircraft
(iv)
All of the above
A single under carriage or part of a bogie beam for the purpose of changing a wheel
(i)
Tripod jack is used
(ii)
Bottle jack is used
(iii)
Actuator is used
(iv)
Mechanical screw is used
Aircraft jacks in constant use usually check for leaks corrosion hose condition etc at intervals of
(i) 6 months (ii) 3 months (iii) 2 months
(iv) One week
Large multi engine aircraft when towed by tractor the tow bar is fitted with a
(i)
Shear pin or bolt
(ii)
Wheels to move on the ground
(iii)
As in (i) and to prevent excessive force being Applied to the nose under carriage
(iv)
Hook to engage in a tractor
While towing the large multi engine a/c the centre ofr gravity of the a/c must be determined before
(i)
For the purpose of weight and balance
(ii)
To right aircraft
(iii)
To ensure that there is sufficient weight on the nose wheel
(iv)
Ballast may sometimes be required to achieve a safe CG operation+3
When taxing (or towing) an a/c , an alternating red and green light rom the control tower means
(i)
Move clear of the runway/taxiway immediately
(ii)
Taxi out the a/c little faster
(iii)
OK to proceed but use extreme caution
(iv)
Return to starting point
A minor check and major check of all tow bars to be carried out
(i)
Once weekly and three months intervals respectively
(ii)
Twice weekly and either 3 months or 6 months intervals respectively
(iii)
As in (ii) and depending on the complexity and amount of usage of a particular to bar (iv)
None of the above
When first starting to move an aircraft while taxing, it is important to
(i)
Check the extension of shock struts.
(ii)
Test the brakes.
(iii)
Closely monitor the instruments.
(iv)
Notify the control tower
In towing the ac(light), mark the correct statement
(a)
all tail wheel a/c towing towards backward
(b)
all nose wheel a/c towing towards
backward

(c)
if steerable nose wheel a/c locking scissors are set to full swivel position
(d)
none of the above
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Choose the correct statement regarding towing
(a)
a/c equip with tail wheel and towed generally from forward
(b)
nose wheel of a/c are generally towed form forward
(c)
nose wheel steering should be set to full steer position
(d)
all are correct
19.
Mark the correct statement
(a)
On a/c with steerable nose wheel the locking scissors are set to full swivel for towing
(b)
Tail wheel a/c should always be towed backward (c)
Release all the hydraulic charge before
towing
20.
Mark the correct statement
(a)
On a/c with a steer able nose wheel the locking scissors are set to full swivel for towing .
(b)
the pulse feathers of acoustic emission is analysed to detect microscopic defect in acoustic
emission
(c)
Thermos copy is most difficult method since it require material with high thermal conductivity
(d)
all of the above
21.
Before the Aircraft is being towed:
(i)
Pre flight inspection is to be carried out
(ii)
A qualified man must be in the cockpit to operate the brakes
(iii)
Power plant must be serviceable
(iv)
All of the above and weather must be clear
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The person incharge of towing the Aircraft should verify that on Aircraft with a stearable nose wheel :
(i)
The locking scissors are locked in position for towing
(ii)
Locking
scissors
are
removed
(iii)
Locking scissors are set to full swivel for towing
(iv)
Shock strut extension is correct
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A tailwheel type airplane has a greater tendency to weathervane during taxi than a nosewheel type
because on a tail wheel
airplane , the
(i)
vertical stabilizer to fuselage proportion is greater
(ii)
Surface area ratio behind the pivot point (main gear) is greater
(iii)
Surface area ratio behind the pivot point (main gear is less
24.
When taxiing (or towing) an aircraft , a flashing red light from the control tower means
(i)
stop and wait for a green light
(ii)
move clear of the runway/taxiway immediately
(iii)
Return to starting point
(iv)
Stop wherever you are
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In landing gear wheel alignment is done
(i)
Drag strut
(ii)
Torque link
(iii)
A groove in the outer cylinder of the sock strut
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While moving the tail wheel a/c
(i)
Face a/c into the wind devator fully up position
(ii)
Face a/c into the wind and elevator is in fully down position
(iii)
Face a/c intoi the wind and elevator is in neutral position
(iv)
Face a/c into the wind and elevator is 2 down position
27.
Which statement below reflects a typical requirement when towing some aircraft
(i)
Discharge all hydraulic pressure to prevent accidental operation of the nose wheel steering
mechanism
(ii)
Tail wheel a/c must be towed backward
(iii)
If the a/c has a steerable nose wheel , the torque link lock should be set to full swivel
(iv)
None of the above
28.
A minor check of all tow bars should be carried out :
(i)
Once weekly (ii)
Twice weekly (iii)
Once monthly (iv)
Once yearly
29.
Which statement (s) is/are true regarding the down of small aircraft?
(i)
Manla (help) rope has a tendency to stretch when it gets wet
(ii)
Nylon or Dacron rope is preferred to manila rope
(iii)
The aircraft should be headed down wing in order to eliminate or minimize wing lift
(iv)
Leave he nose wheel or tail wheel unlocked
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In normal tied down the Aircraft should be headed as nearly as possible
(i)
Across the wind
(ii)
Against the wind
(iii)
In to the wind
(iv)
Lateral to the wind
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Tie down anchors sometimes called
(i)
Bull eye
(ii)
Pad eye
(iii)
Anchor eye
(iv)
Pin eye
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To tie down light Aircraft ropes to capable of resisting a pull of approx:
(i)
6000 lbs
(ii)
5000 lbs
(iii)
4000 lbs
(iv)
3000 lbs
33.
Which statement (s) is/are true regarding tiedown of small aircraft
(1)
Manila(hemp) rope has a tendency to stretch when it gets wet
(2)
Nylon or Dacron rope is preferred to manila rope

(3)
The aircraft should be headed downwind in order to eliminate or minimize wing lift
(4)
Leave the nosewheel or tailwheel unlocked
(i)
(1), (2),(3)& (4)
(ii)
(1) & (2)
(iii)
(2)
(iv)
(1) & (3)
34.
Mooring is the process in which
(a)
head of the a/c is in prevailing wind whenever possible (b)
choke all wheels fore and aft
(c)
tie down the point on aircraft
(d)
all
35.
Mark the correct statement
(a)
light a/c is tied down after every flight
(b)
light a/c is not required tied down
(c)
only when strong air being to flow then tie down (d)
both a & c
36.
Overnight parking shall be done
(a)
position the a/c in down wind direction
(b)
position the a/c in up wind direction
(c)
as in (b) and light a/c must be tied
(d)
as in (c) and heavy a/c must be tied
37.
Zinc chromate primer have :
(i)
Fire proof properties
(ii)
Fire resistant properties
(iii)
Dope proofing qualities
(iv)
Paint resisting qualities
38.
Surface oil hyd fluid, grease or fuel can be removed from a/c tyres by washing with a
(i)
Mild soap solution and water
(ii)
ATF or 100 octan
(iii)
C.T.C.
(iv)
None of the above
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A/C is internally cleaned by
(i)
Vaccume cleaner
(ii)
Liquid or mild soap (iii)
Jet of compressed air
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When an a/c is in same it should be cleaned periodically chlorinated solvent such as trichloroethylene
or carbon tetra chloride should not be used in side the a/c
(i)
Due to the danger of fire
(ii)
Due to the danger of corrosion
(iii)
Due to danger of toxic fame ozone depleting chemicals
(iv)
Any of the above
38.
A primary reason why ordinary or otherwise non approved cleaning compounds should not be used
washing aircraft is because their use can result in
(i)
Hydrogen embrittlement in metal structure
(ii)
Hydrogen embrittlement in non
metallic materials
(iii)
A general inability to remove compount residues (iv)
None of the above
39.
What is used for general cleaning of aluminum surfaces by mechanical means ?
(i)
Carborundum paper
(ii)
Steel wool
(iii)
Aluminum wool
(iv)
Crocus cloth
40.

What should be done to prevent rapid deterioration when oil or grease come in contact with a tire
(i)
Wipe the tire thoroughly with a dry cloth and then rinse with clean water
(ii)
Wipe the tire with a dry cloth followed by a wash down and rinse with soap and water
(iii)
Wipe the tire with a cloth dampened with aromatic naphtha and then wipe dry with a clean cloth
(iv)
Wash with as jet of pressure
41.
Before starting an A/C Engine, position the Aircraft:
(i)
Oblique to wind direction
(ii)
Head to wind
(iii)
Tail to wind
(iv)
To any direction of wind
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Before starting an Aircraft Jet Engine the area in front of the Jet Inlet:
(i)
must be supplied with compressed air
(ii)
to be guarded with the air intake guard
(iii)
must be kept clear of personnel property or debris
(iv)
As in (iii) and also the exhaust
area must be kept clear
43.
Before starting as piston engine shut down for more than 30 minutes
(i)
Check the ignition for of
(ii)
As in (i) and turn the propeller three to four complete revolutions
(iii)
To be primed
44.
While refueling an Aircraft with funnel, the funnel should be of :
(i)
Metal
(ii)
Plastic (iii)
Tufnol
(iv)
Perspex
45.
Compressed air in like electricity an excellent tool as long as it is under control. It should never be
used for:
(i)
To charge the A/C tyres
(ii)
To charge the Hyd. Accummulators
(iii)
Seed or Sand blasting
(iv)
Horse Play
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Welding on an Aircraft to be performed outside. If done in side the hanger precautions should be
observed that:
(i)
Aircraft to be jacked up
(ii)
No. Aircraft shall be within 35 feet
(iii)
Fire fighting eqpt. Is available
(iv)
Hanger doors are kept wide open
47.
The hyd. Test stand is usually mounted on four pneumatic wheels:
(i)
To replace the Aircraft wheels (ii)
it may be self propelled
(iii)
it may be towed by hand
or vehicle
48.
Toluene is
(i)
Used as a thinner
(ii)
Used as a retarded (iii)
Used in zinc chromate
(iv)
2&3

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How may magnesium engine parts be cleaned


(i)
Soak in 20% caustic soda solution
(ii)
Spray with MEK(Methyl ethyl ketone)
(iii)
Wash with a commercial solvent, decarbonizes and scrape or grit blast (iv)
Soak in 70%
caustic soda
50.
Select the solvent used to clean acrylics and rubber
(i)
Aliphatic naphtha
(ii)
Methyl ethyl ketone (iii)
Aromatic naptha
(iv)
Gasoline
51.
When approaching the front of an idling jet engine the hazard area extends forward of the engine
approximately
a. 10 feet
b. 15 feet
c. 25 feet
d. 35 feet
52.
Which of the following is the most satisfactory extinguishing agent for use on a carburetor or intake fire
a. Dry chemical
b. A fine water mist c. Carbon dioxide
d. Form
53.
When approaching the rear of an idling turbo jet engine the hazard area extends aft of the engine
approximately
a. 200 feet
b. 100 feet
c. 50 feet
d. 25 feet
54.
When towing a large aircraft
a. A person should be in the cockpit to watch the obstruction
b. Person should be stationed at the nose
c. Person should be positioned each wing tip and the empennage
d. A person should be in the cockpit to operate brakes
55.
During towing operations
a) Pilot must be in the cockpit to operate brakes b) A qualified person should be in the cockpit to
operate brakes
c) A person should be in the cockpit to look for obstructions
d) Persons should be stationed at the nose and each of the wing-tips
56.
Tail-wheel type aeroplanes have the greatest tendency to move side-ways during taxing when there is
a) Cross wind
b) Tail wind
c) Head wind
d) None of these
57.
When parking a aircraft after towing, the nose wheel should be left
a) Pointed straight ahead
b) As it was when towing stopped c) Unlocked d) All are correct
58.
Before towing a large aircraft
a) Ballast should be put in the cockpit
b) Tow bar should be fitted with a strong bolt
c) Tow bar should be fitted with a shear bolt
d) None of these
59.
While towing a large aircraft, personnel required are
a) Two in cockpit
b) As in a) plus one each on wing tips
c) As in b) plus one at the tail
d) As in c) plus one in overall control of operation
60.
While pushing a small and light aircraft, generally
a) Rudder control should not be locked
b) It should be pushed backward rather than forward
c) Flats of the hands should only be used d) All are correct
61.
While moving an aircraft from the runway after an emergency
a) It should be towed away fast
b) It should never be towed away with deflated tyres
c) Brakes should never be applied
d) All are correct
62.
For picketing a light aircraft
a) Cable or any rope should be used
b) Sufficient slack should be given for all types of ropes
c) Aircraft should be parked into the wind d) Both a) & c) are correct
63.
Before jacking an aircraft
a) Empty the fuel tanks
b) Fit critical stress panels c) Level aircraft laterally
d) Remove
all optional equipment
64.
It is generally necessary to jack an aircraft for weighing. Why?
a) To set the weighing scales to zero
b) To stabilize the weighing scales
c) For first determining its empty weight d) For making aircraft level
65.
Direction of rotation of external gears are
a) Opposite
b) Same
c) Either a) or b)
d) None of the above
66.
Choose incorrect statement
a. Yellow poly propylene provide insufficient strength
b. Proper tension in rope allows 1 movement
c. Manila rope requires extra slak due to shrinks
67.
Weather waning tendency is greatest than taxying
(a) Either type of aeroplane in a quartering tail wind
(b) A tail wheel type aeroplane in a
direct cross wind
(c) In a nose wheel type aeroplane quartering head wind (d) A tail wheel type aeroplane parallel wind
68.
When taxying an aircraft, an alternating red and green light from the control tower means
(a) Move clear of the runway/taxy way immediately
(b) OK to proceed but used extreme
caution
(c) Return to starting point
(d) Stop where are
69.
Choose incorrect statement:

(a) Yellow polypropylene provide insufficient strength


(b) Proper tension in rope allows 1
movement
(c) Manila rope requires extra slack due to shrinks (d) The rope from tail should pull away about
450 to each side of tail
70.
Which type of jack is used for L/G retraction check
(a) Single base jack
(b) Bottle neck jack
(c) Screw jack
(d) Tripod jack
71.
A scratch on a/c surface during maintenance and handling
(i)
on high speed cause corrosion
(ii)
In high speed cause crack
(iii)
Fill farm corrosion
(iv)
All the above