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Fundamentals of GTE : 1. An example of a divergent duct is the-------jet pipe at the exit from the turbine 2.

A turbo-prop engine derives its thrust from----reaction of the prop-wash 3.On an axial flow, dual compressor forward fan engine, the fan turns the same speed as the--- low pressure turbine 4.Jet nozzle is locate---- at the exhaust 5.Axial flow turbojet engine highest gas pressure occurs at... compressor outlet 6.If LP shaft shears.... turbine runaway occurs 7.Density of gas.... weight/volume 8.Heat and mechanical energy are mutually convertible and 1 CHU isequal to.... 1400ft/lbs 9.Turbojet engine gives....large acceleration to a small mass of air 10.ESHP.... shaft horsepower + exhaust efflux 11.Engine most likely to have noise suppressor installed.... turbojet 12.In a dual axial flow or twin spool compressor system with a free power turbine, Nf would indicate... free power turbine speed 13.The noise suppression system that increases the frequency of sound is termed.... multi-lobe type nozzle 14.The accessory gearbox of a high bypass engine is.... on the hp Compressor housing 15.The purpose of a diffuser is to.... increase the static pressure of the air 16.A gas turbine engine comprises 3 main sections....turbine, compressor and combustion 17.The hottest casing is the ---HPT 18. Which has the better combination.... Centrifugal compressor, axial flow turbine, can type combustion chamber 19. Statement that is true for a high bypass ratio turbofan.... the compressor assembly is larger and combustion chamber smaller than their turbojet Equivalent20.A waisted drive shaft is primarily to.... provide a fuse if the driven component is overloaded 21.A turbojet engine is smoother running that a piston engine because.... it has no reciprocating parts 22. Section that provides proper mixing of fuel and efficient burning of the gasses.....

Combustion section only 23.Unit generally used to measure aircraft noise.... Effective perceived noise decibels (EPNdB) 24. Core engine or gas generator made up of following components.... Turbine, combustion chamber, compressor 25. There is no peak pressure in a jet engine because of.... Continuous flow of air 26.A nozzle is choked when the gas flow through it is.... sonic 27.A high bypass engine results in.... overall slower airflow and greater propulsive efficiency 28.In a free turbine.... There is no mechanical connection with the compressor 29.The advantage of a geared, fan type, dual spool engine is.... a geared fan does not need a separate turbine to have a different speed from the compressor and the compressor is not limited to the fan speed 30.If a volume of a mass of air is 546 cubic feet at 273K, at 273K it will be.... 2 cubic feet greater 31.In a pure jet engine, the rate of pressure rise is greatest atthe.... compressor stage 32. Ram effect is.... Conversion of kinetic energy to pressure energy at the face of the compressor 33. Example of a divergent duct.... jet pipe at the exit from the exhaust 34.Part of the jet engine has the most potential energy ....just before the combustion chamber Engine performance: 1. At constant RPM, the pressure ratio of the compressor and the temprise across the compressor.... Remains constant irrespective of height 2. Method of comparing engine efficiencies is by comparing.... Specific fuel consumption 3. Engine section that will produce the most amount of discrete noise.... Turbine

4. Gas pressure is greatest at the.... Compressor outlet 5. Thrust rating on a FADEC engine can be changed by.... Changing the engine rating plug 6 . T h e R P M f o r m a x p o w e r w o u l d b e . . . . lower on a colder day 7.As the speed of an aircraft increases, the momentum thrust of an engine will.... decrease (momentum thrust is a product of the difference between aircraft speed and the jet efflux speed) 8.Specific fuel consumption for a turbo prop engine.... decreases with increase in aircraft speed 9.Reduction in engine efficiency can be caused by.... ice formation on air intake 10.Power is adjusted in a gas turbine engine by.... increasing air and fuel flow 11.Ram recovery is the point at which intake.... total pressure equals ambient pressure 12.The point of maximum velocity in the engine is in the.... exhaust exit nozzle 13.Through turbine rotor blades, the pressure.... decreases, temp and velocity decreases 14.To maintain the selected RPM of a gas turbine at altitude.... the pilot will have to throttle back 15.Ultimate limiting factor of turbine engine operation.... turbine inlet temp 16.Ram effect due to aircraft forward speed will cause the thrust of theengine to.... remain constant 17.Increasing ram effect with increased speed.... increases thrust dueto increased maximum airflow 18.Temperature of the mass airflow through a gas turbineengine.... increases from the inlet, thru the compressor and thediffuser into the burner and decreases thru the turbine intothe exhaust 19.Most engines try to keep a uniform... flame temp

20.If the throttle position remains constant... with increasing OAT, RPMand TGT will increase 21.What happens to thrust as an aircraft climbs with a fixed throttleposition.... thrust decreases 22.Compressor type that gives the greatest advantage for both startingflexibility and improved high altitude performance.... split spool, axialflow 23.Some turbo prop and turbojet engines are equipped with two spool orsplit compressors. When these engines are operated at high altitudes,the.... low pressure rotor will increase in speed as thecompressor load decreases in the lower density air 24.Effect of high atmospheric humidity have on the operation of a jetengine.... has little or no effect 25.The engine rating plug is..... permanently connected to the enginecasing 26.Ram recovery is a measure of.... intake efficiency 27.The speed of the low pressure compressor increases as the inlet tempbecomes colder because... the fuel controller senses thedecreased T2 and schedules an increase in fuel flow tomaintain the proper fuel air ratio with the denser air 28.Flat rated thrust is defined as.... the thrust at the ambient temperature point above which thrust drops below 100% 29.With an increase in forward speed, the engine thrust... decreases slightly but recover due to ram effect 30.The propulsive efficiency is... high with a low mass flow acceleration 31.At constant RPM, the pressure ratio of the compressor and the temprise across the compressor.... remains constant irrespective of height 32. Across the turbines, there is.... a general temp drop 33. Hottest component in a gas turbine engine is the.... nozzle guide vanes 34.Statement that is true regarding jet engines... .at higher enginespeeds, thrust increases rapidly with small increases in RPM 35.Turbine inlet temp is approx....

850-1700 degrees celcius 36.What effect does high atmospheric humidity have on the operation of a jet engine.... has little or no effect 37.Ram pressure recovery will generally take effect at aircraft speeds of.... Mach 0.1-0.2 38.Factor that limits EGT is the.... turbine 39. The highest heat to metal contact in a jet engine is.... the turbine inlet guide vanes 40.To ensure an engine maintains self-sustaining speed.... idle increases with density decrease 41.The main factor considered when designing an engine is.... maximum turbine temp Inlet: 1.Intakes are designed to decelerate the free air stream flow 2.The inlet door of a variable geometry intake at supersonic speeds will be closed 3.The inlet door of a variable geometry intake is open at subsonic speeds 4.A variable geometry intake at subsonic speeds throat area is increased 5. The purpose of a bell mouth compressor inlet is to maximize the aerodynamic efficiency of the inlet 6. What is true for a bell mouth intake (is a convergent duct) velocity increases and pressure decreases 7. An increase in the Ram Ratio of an intake will increase the temp of the air 8. Intake momentum drag causes a decrease in thrust at low airspeeds

9.In a variable geometry intake, the velocity of the air on the engine compressor face is controlled by Shock-wave pattern, ramp and spill doors 10. In a subsonic multi-engine aircraft, a normal inlet duct will increase in size front to rear along the length of the duct 11. With an electrical ice protection system, the heating elements operate part continuous-part intermittent 12.A bell mouth compressor inlet is used on helicopters 13.Variable Ramp Intakes restrict airflow by creating shock-waves in the intake 14. The most efficient engine intake on subsonic or low supersonic aircraft is pitot. 15.A turboprop engine inlet anti-ice system operates .continuously 16.An aircraft flying at Supersonic speed, to reduce the air velocity at the compressor, the variable intake. throat area is decreased 17.The cycling speed of the electrical de-icing mat. is affected byweather conditions 18.Ram Ratio in regard to air intakes is the relationshipbetween. ambient pressure and compressor inlet pressure 19.Vortex dissipaters prevent engine FOD by a stream of enginebleed air blown toward the ground ahead of the engine 20.Pitot type intakes are used in subsonic aircraft 21.As an aircraft approaches the transonic range, the aerodynamicefficiency of a pitot type intake. decreases due to the shock wave 22.Electrical de-icing operates. continuously and intermittently 23.A well designed intake will take advantage of forward speed by converting kinetic energy into pressure energy 24.The variable inlet guide vanes are operated. by fuel pressure 25.If an inlet is choked then the velocity. decreases and pressureincreases

Compressors: 1.In a turbine engine with a dual spool compressor, the low speedcompressor. seeks its own best operating speed 2.In flight, failure of compressor bleed valve (jammed open) will makeengine run at. lower RPM than normal 3.In a dual compressor, the low pressure compressor (LPC) speed tendsto change with. the CIT of LPC 4.On which blade type may a mid-span shroud most likely beused. long, narrow chord type blades 5.Advantage of centrifugal flow compressor is its high. pressure riseper stage 6.2 types of centrifugal compressor impellers are. single entry anddouble entry 7.Pressure rise across a single spool axial flow compressor is in the orderof. up to 15:1 8.During low RPM range, variable intake guide vanes and bleed valvesarea at. maximum swirl position and bleed valves open 9.Advantage of a multi-spool compressor is. quicker accelerationand better control of stall characteristics 10.Engine bleed at high speed is .sometimes open 11.Centrifugal compressor produces a compression ratio. lower thanthe axial flow compresso 12.Why in an axial flow compressor is the cross sectional area of thecompressor air duct reduced at each stage. to maintain thevelocity of the air under rising pressure 13.On a high bypass ratio engine, what medium operates the VBV. fuelpressure 14.Abradable lining around the fan is to.

strengthen the EPR value 15.Compressor surge is caused by. over fuelling 16.Purpose of stator blades in the compressor section. control thedirection of the airflow 17.Inlet guide vanes are fitted to. control the angle of airflow intothe compressor 18.Type of combustion chamber is most suited for centrifugalcompressors. multiple-can type 19.Surge margin of an axial flow compressors. the margin betweenthe compressor working line and the surge line 20.A bleed valve. relieves compressor choking at low RPM 21.What is the function of the stator vane assembly at the discharge endof a typical axial flow compressor. to straighten airflow toeliminate turbulence 22.Which of the following can cause fan blade shingling in a turbofanengine. large, rapid throttle movements and FOD 23.Advantage of an axial flow over a centrifugal flow gas turbineengine. high peak efficiencies 24.What is the profile of a compressor blade. a cut out that reducesblade tip thickness 25.How does a dual axial flow compressor improve the efficiency of aturbojet engine. higher compression ratios can be obtained 26.The stator vanes in an axial-flow compressor. convert velocityenergy into pressure energy 27.A function of a cascade vanes in a turbojet engine compressorsection. to remove air swirl before the combustion chamber 28.Stall will occur in the high pressure stages of an axial flow compressorbecause. air mass flow is reduced when the compressor isturning at high speed 29.Purpose of bleed valve, located at the beginning stages of thecompressor is to. vent some of the air overboard to prevent acompressor stall 30.No damage is permissible on. a shroud-fillet area

31.Air thru the compressor, before entering the combustion chamberpasses. thru divergent passage to increase the pressure 32.Purpose of rotating guide vanes on a centrifugal compressor isto. direct the air smoothly into the impeller 33.Variable inlet guide vanes prevent. compressor stalling 34.The diffuser after the compressor, before the combustionchamber. decreases velocity, pressure increases 35.Cascade vanes in the intake of a centrifugal compressor areto. provide a pre-swirl to incoming air 36.A function of the cascade vane in a turbojet engine compressorsection. to remove air swirl before the combustion chamber 37.Purpose of the diffuser vanes of a centrifugal compressor serve. toconvert kinetic energy into pressure energy 38.An axial flow compressor surges when. all stages are stalled 39.Phase of engine operation will bleed valves be fully open. rapiddeceleration 40.Compressor stage. one rotor plus one stator 41.Tip speed of a centrifugal compressor can reach. Mach 1.2 / 1.3 42.An axial flow compressor compresses the air by. diffusion 43.Cascade Effect is related to. axial flow compressors 44.What is the normal pressure rise across each compressor stage of anaxial flow compressor. 1.2:1 45.Diffuser vanes are used in jet engines to convert. kinetic energyinto potential energy thru divergence 46.Stator vanes in an axial-flow compressor. convert velocity energyinto pressure energy 47.A compressor stage stalls when. smooth airflow is disrupted 48.Purpose of a counter-rotating spool in some dual or triple-spoolcompressors is.

dampening gyroscopic effects 49.The optimum air speed for entrance into the compressor isapprox. Mach 0.4 50.The effect of different stages in an axial flow compressor is. tomultiply the pressure by each succeeding stage 51.An axial compressor case annulus is. convergent 52.If the RPM of an axial flow compressor remains constant, the angle of attack of the rotor blades can be changed by. changing thevelocity of the airflow 53.Compressor stalls may be eliminated by using which of the followingsystems. compressor bleed-air system and variable vanesystem 54.The fan speed of a twin spool axial compressor engine is the same asthe. low pressure compressor 55.The vanes of a diffuser in a centrifugal compressor. are tangentialto the impeller 56.Primary factor which controls the pressure ratio of an axial flowcompressor. number of stages in compressor 57.The compression ratio of an axial flow compressor is a functionof. number of compressor stages 58.What units in a gas turbine engine aid in guiding the airflow during lowthrust engine operations. inlet guide vanes 59.For any given power lever setting, the speed of the high pressurecompressor is held constant by. the fuel control governor 60.Compressor stall is caused by. a high angle of attack airflow thruthe first stages of compression 61.Energy changes that take place in the impeller of a centrifugalcompressor are. pressure increase, velocity increase, tempincrease 62.Compressor blades reduce in length. from LP to HP section tomaintain uniform velocity in compressor 63.A bypass engine LP compressor. supplies more air than isrequired for combustion 64.Severe rubbing of turbine engine compressor blades will usuallycause.

galling 65.Stagger angle is used on the compressor blades to. maintain exitvelocity of airflow at the same value along blade length 66.An axial compressor case annulus is. convergent (all axial flowcompressor case annulus are convergent to maintain aconstant axial velocity thru the compressor) 67.In an axial flow compressor is the cross sectional area of thecompressor air duct reduced at each stage. to maintain thevelocity of the air under rising pressure 68.The root of the compressor blades are loosely fitted to the compressordisks. This is because. it aids easy blade assembly and itprovides a vibration damping effect Combustion section: 1.A tubo-annular gas turbine combustion system consists of. a numberof flame tubes in an annular air casing 2.Dilution air is placed. in the dilution zone of the combustionchamber after the primary zone 3.Why is it necessary to have a combustion chamber allowunburnt fuel to drain away. to prevent initial over-fuelling onstart-up or hot start 4.A torodial vortex is. a region in the combustion chamber of lowvelocity recirculation 5.The main purpose of combustion is to .increase gas velocity 6.What is a cannular combustion system. a set of flame tubes,enclosed in a common air casing 7. Another name for a cannular combustion chamber is. can-annular 8.Duplex burners have. two calibrated outletsone for low speed,second for high speed 9.Combustion sections used in turbine engines. multiple can, annularand can annular 10.Component that creates a vortex in a gas turbine flame tube. swirlvanes 11.In a turbo prop engine, combustion takes place atconstant.

pressure 12.Air thru the combustion chamber retains a constant. pressure 13.Percentage mass airflow taken by flame tube snout. 18% 14.Percentage mass airflow which bypasses the flame tube snout. 82% 15.A combustion chamber has a. divergent inlet, convergent outlet 16.The purpose of the nose or snout in a combustion chamber. to act asa diffuser to slow the airflow down 17.Combustion chamber drain valve closed. by combustion chambergas pressure 18.Combustor air that is not used to support combustion. will film coolthe liner and dilute combustion chamber exit temp 19.Air used for combustion is. primary 20.Overall air/fuel ration of a combustion chamber can varybetween. 45:1 and 130:1 21.Air passing thru the combustion section of a jet engine is. most usedfor cooling 22.In the combustion chamber. static pressure decreases slightyand volume increases 23.Flame stabilization in a combustion chamber is achieved by. theairflow pattern 24.At high rotational speed at sea level, a duple burner would be passingfuel via the. primary and the main nozzle 25.When light-up takes place .interconnectors spread the heat toadjacent flame tubes 26.Combustion liner walls cooled in a gas turbine engine. by secondaryair flowing thru the combustion chamber 27.In an annular combustor (thru flow). it requires less cooling airdue to its minimal surface area 28.Fuel entering the combustion chamber from an atomizer spray nozzleenters as. a fuel/air mixture

29.A duplex burner uses. small burner at low rpm and both burnersat high rpm 30.Component that creates a vortex in a gas turbine flame tube. swirlvanes 31.Hot spots in the combustion section of a turbojet engine are possiblydue to. malfunctioning fuel nozzles 32.A shroud placed around fuel nozzles. prevents carbon build up 33.In which type of turbine engine combustion chamber is the case andliner removed and installed as one unit during routinemaintenance. annular 34.Purpose of swirl vanes in the combustion chamber is to produce. gasre-circulation

8.As hot gasses flow thru an impulse turbine blading, thevelocity....remains constant9.An impulse turbine blade arrangement forms....constant passage10.A slow constant growth in a turbine blade is known as....secondarycreep11.The passage between adjacent nozzle guide vanes forms....convergentduct12.Turbine engine components are never manufactured by....gas welding13.Impulse turbine blades run cooler than reaction bladesbecause....temperature drop across NGV is greater14.Fir tree turbine blade attachment locates the blade....allows slightmovement15.Stress rupture cracks usually appear on turbine blades at....across heleading or trailing edge at the right angle to the edge16.What is meant by a shrouded turbine....the turbine blades are shapedso that their ends forma a band or streaking is caused by....a partially clogged fuel nozzle18.Creep of turbine blades is....due to thermal and centrifugal forces19.Nozzle guide vanes are fitted to....increase velocity of gas flow20.Temperature thru the turbine stages generally....decreases21.As the hot gasses flow thru an impulse turbine blading, thevelocity....remains constant22.Nozzle guide vane bow is an indication of....engine overheat23.Turbine nozzle diaphragms located on the upstream side of eachturbine wheel are increase the velocity of the heated gassesflowing past this point24.Alloys used for gas turbine nozzles are....inconel, nimonic and GMR-23525.Turbine disk growth is due to.... a permanent change in disk diameter26.Dirt particles in the air going into the compressor of a turbine enginewill form a coating on all except the....turbine blades

27.How is a radial turbine change of momentum and angle of airflow28.The forces driving a turbine round are due to....impulse and reaction EXHAUST 1.The jet pipe of a gas turbine engine. protects the airframe fromheat damage 2.Lobe type exhaust noise suppressors are made from heat resistantalloy 3.A supersonic duct is convergent then divergent along its length 4.When should thrust reversers be used low RPM and low forwardspeed 5.The purpose of a propelling nozzle (convergence) is to increase thevelocity of the air and increase thrust 6.If the exit area of the nozzle is too large, the effect is. exit velocitylower causing loss of thrust 7.As air flows out at the outflow of a choked nozzle. velocityincreases and pressure decreases (convergent duct-exhaust) 8.Exhaust noise can be reduced by. increasing the mixing rate 9.A convergent exhaust nozzle produces mainly. momentum thrust 10.To have minimum friction in the jet pipe, it should be. long andsmall diameter 11.A convergent-divergent nozzle. makes maximum use of pressurethrust 12.The purpose of a propelling nozzle of a gas turbine engine isdesigned. to increase the velocity and decrease the pressureof the gas stream leaving the nozzle (increase thrust) 13.The exhaust section is designed to. impart a high exit velocity tothe exhaust gasses 14.The struts on the exhaust cone. supports the exhaust cone andstraighten the gas airflow 15.On front fan engines, to obtain thrust reversal cold stream isreversed 16.Reverse thrust can only be selected when the throttle is. closed

17.Thrust reversers utilizing pneumatics actuating system receivesoperating pressure from. engine bleed air system 18.An exhaust cone placed aft of the turbine in a jet engine will cause thepressure in the first part of the exhaust duct to. increase andvelocity to decrease 19.The function of the exhaust cone assy of a turbine engine isto. straighten and collect the exhaust gasses into a solidexhaust jet 20.Hot spots on the tail cone of a turbine engine are possible indicators of a malfunctioning fuel nozzle or. a faulty combustion chamber 21.A nozzle is choked when the engine inlet airflow is. subsonic andsupersonic 22.What is the proper operating sequence of using thrustreversers.. retard thrust levers to grd idle, select reversethrust, then advance power levers as required, and then retardthrust reverser levers to grd idle 23.Noise from a jet wake when untreated by suppression is low freq,high decibel 24.A choked nozzle increases thrust bearing and seals : 1.A carbon seal has which type of sealing arrangement.... full contactwith race 2.Some labyrinth seals... control the outflow of air at the turbine(can be air seals or oil seals) 3.An abradable lining in the fan case... provides acoustic medium 4.Why are oil seals pressurized... to ensure minimum oil loss 5.The highest turbine bearing temp takes place... at shut-down 6.Seals on gas turbine engine restrict leakage of oil by... air pressure 7.What is the purpose of pressure balance seal... to ensure thelocation bearing is adequately loaded throughout the enginethrust range 8.The function of labyrinth seals is to create...

a restricted leakage of air between fixed and rotating components 9.If ball or roller bearings found with magnetism... degaussed beforeuse 10.Main bearing oil seals used with turbine engines areusually... labyrinth and/or carbon 11.The bearings of a compressor rotor are usually. ball and roller 12.In a jet engine, the rotating assembly oil seals are maintained oil tightby means of... air pressure 13.Which of the following is true about ball and roller bearings... a ballbearing has less friction than any other type Lubricants and fuel: 1.Advantage of mineral base lube over vegetable based lube chemicalstability 2.Desirable characteristics of turbine engine oil high flash point 3.Reid Vapour pressure 38 degrees Celsius 4.Factors that determines the proper grade of oil to use in a particularengine operating speeds of bearings 5.High tooth pressures and high rubbing velocities in spur type gearsrequire the use of an EP lubricant 6.The result of operating an engine in extremely high temp usinglubricant meant for much lower temp oil pressure will be lowerthan normal 7.Upon what quality or characteristics of a lubricating oil is its viscosityindex based its rate of change in viscosity with temp change 8.The specific gravity of fuel affects aircraft range 9.In addition to lubricating, engine oil cools, seals, preventscorrosion and cushions shock loads 10.Calorific value is the

amount of heat or energy in 1 pound of fuel 11.Compared to reciprocating engine oils, the types of oils used in turbineengines have less tendency to produce lacquer or coke 12.DERD 2494 kerosene 13.Types of water present in aviation fuel are free and entrained bothharmful 14.Ignition of fuel depends on both volatility and atomisation LUBRICATION SYSTEM (10): 1.The purpose of a pressure filter in a lubrication system is to. protectthe oil jets 2.In a jet engine which uses a fuel oil heat exchanger, the oil temp iscontrolled by a thermostatic valve that regulates the flow of. oil thruthe heat exchanger 3.The oil dampened main bearing utilized in some turbine engines isused to. provide an oil film between the outer race and thebearing housing in order to reduce vibration tendencies in therotor system, and to allow for slight misalignment 4.Oil pressure and scavenge pumps are usually. spur gear pumps 5.What will happen to the return oil if the oil line between the scavengerpump and the oil cooler separates .the return oil will be pumpedoverboard 6.Oil pressure in the cooler is. higher than the fuel pressure 7.The possible cause when a turbine engine indicates no change inpower settings parameters, but oil temp is high. engine mainbearing distress 8.At cruise RPM, some oil will flow thru the relief valve of a gear typeengine oil pump. This is normal as the relief valve is set at a pressurewhich is .lower than the pressure pump capabilities 9.The possible combined output from all the scavenge pumps in alubrication system will be. greater than the pressure pumpoutput

10.Last chance filters in a lubrication system are servicedduring. engine overhaul 11.What is the primary purpose of the hopper located in the oil supplytank of some dry sump engine installations .to reduce the timerequired to warm the oil to operating temp 12.Primary purpose of the oil breather pressurization system that is usedon turbine engines .provides a proper oil spray pattern from themain bearing oil jets 13.A thread type oil seal in a lubrication system. has a thread on astationary portion to prevent fluid leaks 14.What would be the probable result if the oil system pressure relief valve should stick in the open position on a turbineengine. insufficient lubrication 15.What determines the minimum particle size which will be excluded orfiltered by a cuno type filter. the spacer thickness 16.In order to relieve excessive pump pressure in an engines internal oilsystem, most engines are equipped with a. relief valve 17.Manufacturers normally require turbine engine oil servicing within ashort time after engine shut down primarily to. prevent overservicing 18.When rotating, the gerotor type oil pump. draws oil into the pumpand carries it round between the gear teeth and idler 19.What filters are used to protect oil pressure spray jets. in-linethread filters 20.Low oil pressure can be detrimental to the internal engine components.however high oil pressure .should be limited to the enginemanufacturers recommendation 21.What is the purpose of the last chance filters. to prevent damageto the oil spray nozzle 22.A turbine engine dry sump lubrication system of the self contained,high pressure design. consists of pressure, breather andscavenge subsystems 23.A full flow oil system has.

a variable oil pressure dependant uponthrottle setting 24.When rotating, the gear type oil pump .draws oil into the pumpand carries it round between the gear teeth and casing 25.What is the primary purpose of the oil breather pressurization systemthat is used on turbine engines. provides a proper oil spraypattern from the main bearing oil jets 26.The air-cooled-oil-cooler has an anti-surge valve in order to. protectthe cooler 27.A vane type oil pump output is controlled by. outlet pressureagainst spring pressure 28.Possible failure related ferrous metal particles in turbine engine oilcauses an electrical indicating type magnetic chip detector to indicatetheir presence by. bridging the gap between the detectorcentre (positive) electrode and the ground electrode 29.The teeth of the gears in the accessory section of an engine normallylubricated by. 31.A jet engine gear box breather is prevented from leaking oil toatmosphere by the action of .impeller and centrifugal force 32.Type of oil pumps most commonly used on turbine enginesare. positive displacement 33.A scavenge filter is incorporated in a gas turbine lubrication systemto .protect the pressure pump 34.The identification of a lubrication fluid line is the wordlubrication. followed by squares 35.After making a welded repair to a pressurized type turbine engine oiltank, the tank should be pressure checked to. not less than 5psiplus the maximum operating pressure of the tank 36.Oil pressure in the cooler is. higher than the fuel pressure 37.Typical operating pressure of an oil pump in a a gas turbine lubricationsystem. 30psi 38.What is the cause of high oil temp. a blocked pressure filter 39.Oil system generally used on most modern turboprop engines is. drysump type 40.A spur gear pump operating in a lubrication system promotes.

highflow at low pressure 41.The possible combined output from all the scavenge pumps in alubrication system will be. greater than the pressure pumpoutput 42.Sump pressure is maintained by the breather systemFUEL (11) 1.What are float switches used for in the fuel system. to controlrefuel/defuel valves 2.To what condition does the fuel flow respond during aircraftacceleration. mass airflow rate thru the engine 3 . A n E E C i s p o w e r e d i n f l i g ht b y . N2 tachogenerator oil 30.Type of oil system is usually found on turbine engines. dry sump,pressure and spray 4.To stabilize cams, springs and linkages within the fuel control,manufacturers generally recommend that all final turbine engine trimadjustments be made in the. increase direction 5.The maximum RPM of a turbine engine is limited by. reduction of the fuel pump stroke by a spill valve sensitive to centrifugallygenerated fuel pressure 6.Kinetic valves are used because. they are more sensitive 7.When a throttle is selected to increase power, the pressure drop acrossthe Fuel Control Unit throttle orifice. drops then increases due toincreasing pump output 8.During any stabilised running condition, the spill or half ball valveis. lightly seated 9.With a decrease in fuel SG, what is the result when the engine is fittedwith an uncompensated fuel governor. maximum RPM increases 10.An increase in fuel S.G. will cause. a reduction in maximum RPM 11.What power supplies the EEC during normal operation.

a dedicatedgenerator 12.A FADEC system takes measurements from enginespeed. temperature and pressure 13.If the knife-edge blade in a kinetic valve is fully in. servo pressure isbeing bled off 14.A fuel heater prevents. entrained water in fuel freezing 15.A fuel heater prevents. LP filter icing 16.In a FADEC system, how are the power supply windings for channel Aand channel B wound. on one generator with 2 separatewindings 17.Out of the following thrust lever resolver angles, which one is theforward idle setting. 40 degrees 18.When the EEC supervisory circuit senses a fault on the engine, thefault annunciator light will be on and the EEC will. remove fuel,down trimming signal immediately 19.BPC controls the FCU by. pressure sensing 20.What is the primary purpose for trimming a turbine engine fuel controlunit to obtain maximum thrust output when desired 21.What would be the effect on the engine if the BPC half ball valve in theservo line sticks open. a reduction in fuel flow, therefore adecrease in RPM 22.A kinetic valve is a device used to control HP pump output. This isachieved by movement of a.. knife blade 23.Which of the following inputs does the fuel control system combine tooperate a gas turbine engine. engine speed, altitude, exhausttemperature and throttle position 24.In a FADEC system, the signal to the HMC is the differencebetween. actual N1 and computed N1 25.Purpose of a fuel flow divider in a turbine engine duplex fuelnozzle. creates the primary and secondary fuel supplies 26.Purpose of the LP fuel pump is to.

ensure the HP fuel pump doesnot cavitate 27.Purpose of a silver strip on a fuel filter. to detect sulphur in fuel 28.On approach. RPM should be above the minimum idle formaximum acceleration 29.Why is the high pressure fuel pump fitted in a gas turbine engine. toprovide the majority of the fuel pressure to the engine 30.How is servo pressure, which is used to control fuel pump swash plateangle obtained. from pump delivery pressure through a fixedrestriction 31.During acceleration, the fuel flow is increased at a controlled rate inorder to. prevent surge and the risk of flame-out 32.Where is the engine fuel shutoff valve usually located downstreamof the engine driven fuel pump 33.Why is it necessary to control fuel supply to the engine during rapidacceleration. to prevent excessively high EGT and possiblecompressor surge 34.What moves the swash plate away from the minimum strokeposition. a spring 35.During aerobatic manoeuvres, what prevents fuel form spilling out of fuel tank vents. float operated valves 36.Which of the following influences the operation of an automatic fuelcontrol unit on a turbojet engine. burner pressure 37.The basic concept of an HP fuel control is. constant adjustment of the swash plate angle of the HP fuel pump 38.A FADEC consists of. electronic controls (EEC), sensors and anHMU 39.During acceleration, the fuel flow is increased at a controlled rate inorder to. prevent surge and the risk of flame out 40.A fuel trimmer unit is adjusted at altitude. automatically via a fueltrim unit 41.The fuel trimmer on a turbo-prop engine is operated. automaticallycontrolled in conjunction with FCU

42.When considering a centrifugal type engine speed governor, n increasein fuel S.G. will cause. a reduction in maximum RPM 43.A barometric pressure controller controls. fuel flow to suitatmospheric pressure changes 44.The burner fuel flow is at a maximum at. I.S.A. sea level 45.What must be done after the FCU has been replaced.. retrim theengine 46.On an engine powered by a FADEC, each engine has. 1 FADEC withone channel active and the other channel monitoring with itsoutput drivers de-energised 47.The position of fuel heater in fuel system is. before the LP fuelfilter 48.HMU receives signals form. EEC 49.The EEC receives its primary power from. separate permanentmagnet alternator 50.In a FADEC system, what is the result of channel A failing to reciveinformation from a sensor. channel A will take the info fromchannel B 51.Why is an ACU fitted to a gas turbine engine.. it limits the rate of increase in fuel flow during sudden acceleration 52.The swash plate in a fuel pump when static is. in the maximumposition 53.When trimming a turbine engine, the fuel control is adjusted to. setidle RPM and maximum speed or EPR 54. In flight, the engine EEC controls. fuel flow 55.To prevent compressor surge and overheating of the combustionchamber due to over fuelling.. an acceleration control unit (ACU)is fitted 56.In a FADEC system, what determines which channel is incontrol. whichever is the best channel 57.What are the positions of the pressurization valve and the dump valvein a jet engine fuel system when the engine is shutdown.

pressurization valve closed, dump valve open 58.What would be the effect on the engine if the BPC half ball valve in theservo line sticks open. a reduction of fuel flow, therefore adecrease in RPM 59.Why is a hydro-mechanical governor fitted to a gas turbine engine fuelpump. to enable the engine to operate over a wide range of SGs 60.The density of air is very important when mixing fuel and air to obtaina correct fuel to air ratio. Which of the following weighs themost. 100 parts of dry air 61.What causes the fuel divider valve to open in a turbine engine duplexfuel nozzle. fuel pressure 62.Baffles in a rigid fuel tank. prevents surge 63.Why is the barometric pressure controller (BPC) fitted in a turbo-shaftengine fuel system. to vary pressure pump output in relation tothe pressure variation at the intake 64.Which valve ensures the adequate fuel flow. the fuel meteringvalve 65.Specific fuel consumption at altitude will. remain constant 6.If the swash plate of a positive displacement swash plate pump isperpendicular to the axis of the pump, the flow will be. zero 67.What are the principal advantages of the duplex fuel nozzle used inmany turbine engines. provides better atomization and uniformflow pattern 68.After a bag tank replacement, where would you disconnect the systemto carry out the flow checks. at the engine 69.What is the purpose of the attenuator fitted between the HP fuel pumpand the BPC in a fuel system. it damps out pulsations in the fueldelivery to the BPC 70.Conditions when trimming of a turbine engine be most accurate. nowind and low moisture 71.Opening of fuel valve after shut down will cause.

risk of fire inturbine 72.When a re-light is required in flight on a FADEC engine. igniter isselected automaticallyAIR SYSTEMS (12) 1.Bleed air pressure and shut-off cock pressure is... 200psi 2.Turbine case cooling utilizes... fan air 3.If air is taken from the compressor for air cond / anti-icing... thrust willdecrease, EGT will increase 4.Engine anti-ice is taken from... HP compressor 5.In an axial flow turbine engine, compressor bleed air is sometimesused to aid in cooling the... turbine, vanes, blades and bearings 6.Air bleed for an anti-ice system is... sent through a pressureregulator 7.When electrical anti-icing is on... power decreases 8.Anti-ice bleed is controlled by... regulator valve 9.On a gas turbine engine, thermal wing de-icing system derivesair... through a pressure regulating shut-off valve (PRSOV) 10.Inlet for cooling air for the 1st stage turbine blades are fed viathe... blade rootSTARTING AND IGNITION SYSTEMS (13) 1.In a gas turbine engine dc capacitor discharge ignition system, whereare the high voltage pulses formed at the triggering transformer 2.In the HEIU the choke .prolongs the discharge 3.A hot start is associated with. high EGT 4.A safety feature usually employed in pneumatic starters that is used toprevent the starter from reaching burst speed if inlet air does notterminate on schedule is the.. stator nozzle design that chokesairflow and stabilizes turbine wheel speed 5.Advantage of pneumatic starter over electric starters is.

high power-to-weight ratio 6.An igniter plug for a large gas turbine takes the form of a. surfacedischarge plug 7.When removing turbine engine igniter plug, to eliminate possibility of receiving a lethal shock, the ignition switch is turned off and.. thetransformer exciter input lead is disconnected and the centreelectrode grounded to the engine after disconnecting theigniter lead from the plug and waiting the prescribed time 8.Pneumatic starters are usually designed with what types of airflowimpingement systems. redial inward flow turbine and axial-flowturbine 9.Voltage at the igniter plug depends on. gap in the ignition systembox 10.A starter has 2 hole to check the. level of oil 11.A glow plug may be used in place of a spark plug on. small engines 12.An electrical starter-generator is. series wound with high torque 13.On a gas turbine engine DC starting circuit, if there is an open circuiton the contact of the over speed relay. no supply is connected tothe starter motor 14.To avoid lethal electric shock from ignition system, ground. theignition lead 15.A hot start with excessive temperatures may be caused by. throttlepartly open 16.High energy ignition is required because of the .high flash point of the fuel 17.The resistor in a DC starter motor. prevents current surge whenmotor is at low rpm 18.Purpose of the current limiting resistor in a starter circuit .is toprevent an initial current surge 19.On a low energy dual ignition system (<3 joules), if a relight isnecessary. pilot selects both igniters 20.Airflow to the pneumatic starter from a ground unit is normallyprevented from causing starter overspeed during engine startby. activation of a flyweight cutout switch

21.A HEIU is rated in joules 22.A DC starter motor disconnects due to. current decreasingswitching off an overspeed relay 23.Why do turbine engine ignition systems require high energy. toignite the fuel under conditions of high altitude and low temp 24.A clicking sound heard at engine coast-down in a pneumatic starterincorporating a sprag clutch ratchet assembly is a n indication of. thepawls re-contacting and riding on the ratchet gear 25.Air turbine starters are generally designed so that reduction geardistress or damage may be detected by .inspection of a magneticchip detector 26.In the HEIU, the discharge resistors. allows the capacitors todischarge when the unit is switched off 27.When is ignition used. for relight and start up 28.Type used on turbine engine. capacitor discharge 29.A safety feature usually employed in pneumatic starters that is used if the clutch does not release from the engine drive at the proper timeduring start is the. drive shaft shear point 30.A dry motoring cycle would be required to. clear engine after a wetstart 31.A glow plug. operates electrically.used on small engines 32.Caution when handling damaged hermetically sealed turbine ignitertransformer because. some contain radioactive material 33.A HEIU works by. a discharging capacitor 34.When an engine being started by an air starter reaches self sustainingspeed. the starter valve is disconnected by the fly weight cut-out switch in the starter 35.After an unsuccessful start of a n engine. unburnt fuel can beevacuated by motoring the engine with HP cock closed

36.Voltage at the igniter plug is. governed by the air gap in the HEIUbox 37.In a gas turbine engine DC capacitor discharge ignition system whereare the high voltage pulses formed. at the triggering transformer 38.The field of the DC starter motor used on gas turbine engineis. series or compound 39.The purpose of an under current relay in a starter-generator system isto. disconnect power from the starter-generator and ignitionwhen sufficient engine speed is reached 40.In an electrical starting system, the slow start resistor is short circuitedby the. time switch 41.First instrument indication of a successful start of a turbine engine. arise in the exhaust gas temp 42.Inspection of pneumatic starters by maintenance technicians usuallyincludes checking the. oil level and magnetic drain plugcondition 43.Turbine blade is most commonly used in air starter motors. Impulse 44.If the engine fails to light-up, the starter cycle is cancelled by. a timeswitchENGINE INDICATING SYSTEMS (14) 1.In what units are gas turbine engine tachometers calibrated. percentof engine RPM 2.Fuel flow is measured in. lbs/hrs or kg/hrs 3.Instruments that measure relatively high fluid pressures, such as oilpressure gauges are usually what type. bourdon tube 4.A common type of electrically operated oil temp gaugeutilizes. either a wheatstone bridge or ratiometer circuit 5.EGT indicator on a gas turbine engine provides a relative indication of the. turbine inlet temp 6.Engine pressure ration is the total pressure ratio between the frontof the compressor and the rear of the turbine 7.What happens when bulb type thermometer resistive element goesopen circuit.

reads more than ambient 8.In a thermocouple temp sensing system, what is the purpose of thecompensating resistor. to correct for varying ambient temp atthe cold junction 9.What power supply is required for a thermocouple systemwork. neither of the above 10.Thermocouple metals most frequently used are. constantan andcopper 11.Regarding an engine EGT detection system, which of the followingstatements is true. chromel is positive and alumel is negative 12.How are EGT thermocouples connected. parallel 13.Motor driven impeller and turbine fuel flow transmitted are designed totransmit data. using aircraft electrical system power 14.Fuel flow indication is taken from. after either HP pump or LPpump 15.In a tachometer generator. frequency output is proportional toengine speed16.A thermocouple indicator is basically a. milivoltmeter 17.Instruments that provide readings of low or negative pressure, such asmanifold pressure gauges are usually. diaphragm and bellowstype 18.The gauge on a bulb type temp indicator shows zero. This could becaused by. two cables shorting together by the sensor 19.What unit in a tachometer system sends information to theindicator. 3 phase AC generator 20.In a multi-thermocouple loop, if one thermocouple goes open circuit,the indication.. will have no effect on temp indication 21.Vibration signals when picked up. the frequencies are filtered toexclude unwanted frequencies 22.A tachogenerator to indicate revs/min requires. no power

23.N2 is taken from. a tachometer on the accessory gearbox 24.A thermocouple indicator is connected to the. cold junction 25.EGT gauge indication. needs NO POWER, it is self generating 26.When testing an EGT system. the OAT is always taken intoconsideration 27.What instrument on a gas turbine engine should be monitored tominimize the possibility of a Hot Start. turbine inlet temp 28.The indication on a thermocouple-type EGT indicator is producedby. a current generated by the temp difference betweendissimilar metal hot and cold junctions 29.On an aircraft turbine engine operating at a constant power, theapplication of engine anti-icing will result in. noticeable shift in EPR 30.What will the EPR reading be if the P1 sensor probe becomes blockedon takeoff. EPR reading higher than actual 31.Thrust in a high bypass fan engine is indicated by. N1 RPM or EPR 32.What indication is available to show that thrust reverser has beenselected. an amber reverser unlocked light illuminates 33.Torsional deflection in a turboprop engine shaft is an indication of whatvariable. horsepower 34.Thrust in a high bypass engine. is not indicated in flight 35.A ballast resistor is fitted in series, to give identical resistancevalues to all airframe 36.Torque pressure is usually read from a. direct reading pressuregauge 37.Modern oil pressure servo transmitters sense. differential pressure 38.Engine oil temp gauges indicate the temp of the oil.

at the oil cooler 39.On an EGT thermocouple system, the hot junction. placeddownstream of the combustion chamber 40.Motor driven impeller and turbine fuel flow transmitters are designedto transmit data. using aircraft electrical system power 41.EGT is displayed in. degrees celsius 42.Torque measurement in a gas turbine engine is. required onlywhen the turbine drives a propeller 43.EGT thermocouples are usually made of. chromel and alumel 44.Oil temp thermocouples are usually constructed of iron constantan 45.A red triangle, dot or diamond mark on an engine instrument face orglass indicates. the maximum limit for high transients such asstarting 46.On an RPM system using a synchronous generator, the pointer isdeflected by. an AC servometer 47.On an aircraft turbine engine operating at a constant power, theapplication of engine anti-icing will result in. noticeable shift in EPR 48.A CIT sensor is made up of. platinum-rhodium 49.Why do helicopters require a minimum of two synchronous tachometersystems. one indicates engine RPM and the other main rotorRPM 50.In addition to fuel quantity, a computerized fuel system (CFS) with atotalizer indicator provides indication of how many of the following. fuel flow rate, fuel used since reset or initial startup, fuel time remaining at current power setting 51.If the thermocouple leads were inadvertently crossed at installation,what would the EGT gauge pointer indicate. moves off scale on thezero side of the meter 52.Thermocouple leads.

are designed for a specific installation andmay not be altered 53.The fuel flow indication data sent from motor driven impeller andturbine, and motorless type fuel flow transmitters is a measureof. fuel mass flow 54.Engine pressure ration is determined by. dividing turbine outlettotal pressure by engine inlet total pressure 55.In a capacitive type fuel quantity indicating system the tank units areconnected .in parallel 56.The resistance of a temp bulb is. increases with an increase intemp 57.The indicator of a tachometer system is responsive to changein. frequency 58.The RPM indication of a synchronous AC motor tachometer is governedby the generator. frequency 59.How is the N! and N2 measured on a triple spool engine. pulse typespeed probes 60.The compensation device on an EGT system.. does not needcalibration 61.Integrating fuel flow gives. total fuel consumed 62.In a thermocouple system, the size of the EMF that is produced is aresult of. the difference between the hot and cold junction 63.What is the primary purpose of the tachometer on an axial compressorturbine engine. monitor engine RPM during starting and toindicate overspeed conditions 64.Engine vibration is monitored using. piezoelectric accelerometer 65.The turbine discharge pressure indicator sensor islocated .immediately aft of the last turbine stage 66.Where is Turbine Outlet Temperature (TOT) measured. downstreamof the turbine 67.If there is a restriction in the oil pressure line, the gauge will. readlow 68.A bourdon tube instrument may be used to indicate. pressure andtemperature

69.Vibration pick-ups are located. on both fan and turbine cases 70.On an EGT thermocouple system, the hot junction .is placeddownstream of the combustion chamber 71.thrust in a bypass engine. is not indicated in flight 72.The fuel flow indicator rotor and needle for a motor impeller andturbine indicating system is driven by. an electrical signalPOWER AUGMENTATION SYSTEMS (15) 1.Water methanol injection is used at a combination of higher thannormal air temp & high altitude take off conditions 2.During operation of the engine equipped with water injection system,the metering of the coolant to the system is due to atmosphericpressure 3.When reheat is selected and in operation, the mass gas flow remainsthe same 4.The main reason for adding methanol to the water is to preventmixture freezing 5.Methanol is added to water when augmenting thrust in order to reclaim lost heat at the turbines 6.Water used in a thrust augmentation system should be demineralisedto prevent fouling the blades and vanes 7.When reheat is used, EPR remains constant 8.On a turboprop engine, water methanol for cooling is injected intothe compressor inlet or outlet 9.Water/methanol is injected at high temp or high altitudes 10.Afterburning is initiated in order to increase the local speed of sound at the jet nozzle 11.When using water methanol in an axial flow compressor, it is injectedinto the compressor inlet or burner section 12.How is the flame stabilised in the reheat system of a gas turbineengine by ensuring that the gas velocity is grater than theflame velocity 13.Injection of water/methanol into compressor inlet causes increase inpower without the need for burning extra fuel

14.Water methanol injection will increase thrust by up to 30% 15.Screech liners in the afterburning jet pipe prevents cyclicvibrations of large amplitude 16.The primary purpose of water injection is to cool the turbine 17.Water or water/methanol injected into the combustion chamber inletincreases mass airflow through the turbine 18.Reheat is the term used to describeadding fuel in the exhaustsection 19.The reheat ignition system which incorporates a platinum/rhodiumelement is known as catalytic ignition TURBO-PROP ENGINES (16) 1 . I f a n E P R g a u g e i s i n s t a l l e d o n t u r b of a n s a s a m e a s u r e o f p o w e r o u t p u t , what is used on a turbo-prop torque meter 2.What type of reduction gear is used on most turboprop modern engines epicyclic reduction gear 3.In a turboprop the propellers produce 75-85% of total thrust 4.Torque measurement is taken from the reduction gearbox 5.A free turbine is usually found on a turbo-prop 6.A free turbine is connected directly to the power output shaft 7.A direct drive turboprop engine uses a reduction gearbox to reduceRPM of propeller 8.A turboprop reduction gear is normally 10:1 9 . W h a t c o n t r o l s t h e f u e l t r i m m er o n a t u r b o p r o p e n g i n e Engine SpeedGoverner 10.A propeller engine oil has

higher viscosity than turbojets 11.The fuel flow in a turboprop engine within the constant speed range iscontrolled automatically 12.Fuel trimming on a turboprop engine is governer controlled TURBO-SHAFT (17) 1.On a twin spool turbo-shaft engine, the free turbine is connected tothe... output gearbox 2.A turbo-shaft engine has... a power shaft which is not connected tothe compressor 3.In the majority of helicopters, the thrust generated by the gasgenerator is absorbed by the power turbine 4.Which type of torquemeters are used on turbo-shaft engines... electro-mechanical and oil 5.A curvic coupling... accurately aligns the driving and driven shaftsAPU (18) 1.Usually most of the load placed on an APU occurs when the bleedair valve is opened 2.The function of an APU air inlet plenum is to stabilize the pressureof the air before it enters the compressor 3.2 most important signals when monitoring APU EGT and oilpressure 4.An APU shut down is initiated by low oil pressure, fire warning,hot oil tem p5.Electrical speed control switches on an APU are set at 35%, 95% and100% 6.An APU start cycle is completed at 95% 7.An APU consists of a power compressor and a load compressor 8.An APU is usually rotated during start by an electric starter

9.One of the accessories driven from the APU gearbox is a centrifugalswitch, the purpose of which is to cancel the ignition circuits andarm the overspeed protection circuits 10.APU cooling before shutdown may be accomplished by closing thebleed air valve 11.Generally, when maximum APU shaft output power is being used inconjunction with pneumatic power pneumatic loading will beautomatically modulated to maintain safe EGT 12.What initiates APU shutdown fire detection, low oil pressure,high oil temperaturePOWERPLANT INSTALLATION (19) 1.Feeders are heavy duty electrical generator cables 2.The spring back and cushion on an engine power lever is used toprevent the controls hitting the fuel control stops 3.Fibrous metallic lining for noise suppression is used in hot area 4.Rubber anti-vibration pads are fitted to engine pylons to preventvibration thru the airframe 5.The minimum bend radius for a continuous loop type fire wire 1 inch 6.Forward engine mounts take which loadsthrust , vertical and shearloads 7.What are installed in an engine mounting to tune out the worst enginevibrations rubber encased wire-mesh vibration isolators 8.Engine thrust is transmitted thru mountings that allows for radialand axial expansion 9.Acoustic linings made from composite materials used on engine coldsection only 10.Rubber clips which hold the electrical wires are used for heatabsorption 11.When checking the effect of inertia on the engine after heavy landing,check the module alignment firstFIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS (20) 1.What are the types of continuous fire detectionsystem.

capacitance and resistance 2.What is used as an extinguishant in fire bottles. halogenatedhydrocarbons 3.Electrical fire. use carbon dioxide 4.A fire detection system that operates on the rate of temp rise isa. theromocouple system 5.Co2 extinguish fire by. contact with the air converts theliquid into snow and gas which smothers the flame 6.Rubber clips supporting a firewire is to .insulate from enginevibration 7.In a resistance type firewire, when hot. resistance decreases 8.A fire detection system operates on the principle of a buildup of gaspressure within a tube proportional to temperature. Which of thefollowing systems does this statement define. Lindbergcontinuous element system 9.The following fire detection systems uses heat in the normal testingof the system. the thermocouple system and the Lindbergsystem 10.The safest fire extinguishing agent to use from a standpoint of toxicity and corrosion hazards. bromotriflouromethane (Halon1301) 11.Fenwall fire detection system use spot detectors wired in parallelbetween two separate circuits .so that a single fault may existin the system without sounding a false alarm 12.When pulling fire handle. closes fuel shut-off valve, hydraulicshut-off valve, disconnects the generator field and arms thefire extinguishing system 13.The following fire detection systems will detect a fire when an element is inoperative but will not test when the test circuit is energized. the Kidde system and the Fen wall system 14.A continuous loop fire detector is what type of detector. overheat detector 15.Fire extinguishing agent distributed in the engine section. spraynozzles and perforated tubing

16.The most satisfactory extinguishing agent for an intake fire is. drychemical 17.When testing a two pin fire bottle connector. short two pinstogether 18.Fire extinguishing systems activated by. electrically dischargedcartridges 19.After a fire is extinguished or overheat condition removed in aircraftequipped with a Systron-Donner fire detector, the detectionsystem. automatically resets 20.The fire detection system that uses two wires imbedded in aceramic core within a tube is the. Kidde system 21.The test switch of a continuous loop detector gives a.. continuitycheckit is a overheat detector 22.A fuel or oil fire is defined as a. Class B fire 23.A fire involving energized electrical equipment is defined asa. Class E fire 24.Gas type fire wires operate by utilizing. the change in the gas pressure 25.Methyl bromide fire extinguisher are installed with neck. at the bottom 26.Principle of operation of the continuous loop fire detector system sensor. core resistance material which prevents currentflow at normal temp 27.Kidde fault free fire detection system has. 2 internal wires inthe sensing element 28.The fire detection system that uses a single wire surrounded by acontinuous string of ceramic beads in a tube is the. Fenwallsystem 29.The explosive cartridge in the discharge valve of a fire extinguishercontainer is. a life dated unit 30.The operating principle of the spot detector sensor in a firedetection system .a bimetallic theromoswitch that closeswhen heated to a high temp 31.When testing a squib on a fire bottle, you use a.. low currentohmmeter

32.Which of the following fire detectors are commonly used in thepower section of an engine nacelle. rate of temp rise detectors 33.Fire wire clips have rubber in them to .support the wireinsulate from engine vibration 34.For fire detection and extinguishing purposes, aircraft powerplantareas are divided into fire zones based on the volume andsmoothness of the airflow thru engine compartments 35.Two continuous-loop fire detection systems that will not test due toa broken detector element are the Kidde and Fenwall System 36.The use of water on Class D fires. will cause the fire to burnmore violently and can cause explosions 37.When testing an installed fire bottle .a safety ohmmeter isused 38.On a fire bottle, if the indicator pin was protruding, this wouldindicate. extinguisher had been fired 39.Omission of crushable washer on engine fire-wire connectorwill. allow moisture ingress 40.Extinguisher spray rings checked for freedom from obstruction. byblowing thru with compressed air 41.When testing a squib on a fire bottle, use a. low currentohmmeter 42.In a Fenwall fire detection system. the tube is inconel and wireis nickel 43.What retains the nitrogen charge and fire extinguishing agent in ahigh rate of discharge (HRD) container. breakable disk orfusible disk ENGINE MONITORING AND GROUND OPERATIONS (21) 1.Which of the following is the least likely indication of a mainbearing failure high oil pressure 2.First engine instrument indication of a successful start of aturbine engine. a rise in the exhaust gas temp

3.Galling is a condition caused by excessive. chafing 4.If a burner was down, in a multi-can system, the engine wouldtend to. surge 5.A Hot Start refers to. high EGT before idle RPM isachieved 6.Which engine variables is the most critical during turbine engineoperation. turbine inlet temp 7.Possible cause if a gas turbine engine has high exhaust gastemp, high fuel flow and low RPM at all engine powersettings .turbine damage or loss of turbine efficiency 8.After shutdown, flames are present in the exhaust pipe. Theprobable cause is. a defective pressurizing and dumpvalve 9.A cool-off period prior to shutdown of a turbine engine is doneto. allow the turbine wheel to cool before the casecontracts around it 10.The recurrent ingestion of dust or other fine airborneparticulates into an engine can result in. erosion damage tothe compressor and turbine sections 11.If the run down time is less than the minimum stated for a givenengine. the rotating assembly is being restricted 12.In the event of stall occurring. close throttle 13.Run down time is indicative of. the freedom of rotation of the compressor 14.In regard to using a turbine engine oil analysis program, which isnot true. generally, an accurate trend forecast may bemade after an engines first oil sample analysis 15.A rotation pad on an accessory drive gearbox is providedfor. N2 rotation 16.A Hung Start is indicated by. failure to reach idle RPM 17.When the engine will not run up to idle after reaching startingspeed, the likely fault is. FCU 18.The blending of blades and vanes in a turbine engine.

shouldbe performed parallel to the length of the blade usingsmooth contours to minimize stress points 19.During start, if a bleed valve is stuck closed. EGT will belower than normal 20.Starting an engine with a bleed valve stuck closed wouldcause. possible stalling of the engine 21.If a turbine engine is unable to reach take off EPR before its EGTlimit is reached, this is an indication that the. compressormay be contaminated or damaged 22.If a compressor surge occurs coughing in the compressorand vibration occurs 23.Flame-out (lean) occurs due to .low pressure at low enginespeeds 24.After an engine fails to light on start, u may carry out a drymotor after a period of time prior to another startattempt 25.What should be done initially if a turbine engine catches firewhen starting. turn off the fuel and continue enginerotation with the starter 26.A Wet Start is indicated by .no temperature indication(due to lack of ignition) 27.What must not be used during an engine compressorwash. chlorine 28.Mark turbine components only with. layout dye, commercialfelt tip marker or chalk NGINE STORAGE & PRESERVATION (22) 1.Fuel system inhibiting oil is... mineral oil 2.Which part of the engine is most likely fatal if hydraulic fluid was toleak on it... CPU 3.Installed engine must be re-preserved after preservation at leastevery... 6 months 4.To inhibit the fuel system of an installed engine... pump oil into theengine when stationary 5.When removing engine for long-term storage, bleed valves shouldbe... open but blanked

6.Small cuts in a MVP engine storage bag can be repaired... withadhesive PVC tapeUNVERIFIED (23) 1.Normal gas turbine engine stating sequence... starter, ignition, fuel 2.Which material is used for gas turbine engine fuel lines... stainlesssteel