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									VENTILATION   Question
 The lavatory and galley areas are
 ventilated using re-circulated cabin air.
 How is the system switched on?




By selecting VENT EXTRACT on the
VENTILATION panel.



The system is fully automatic and runs
whenever there is electrical power to the
aircraft.                                                     CABIN AIR

The system is fully automatic and runs
whenever the aircraft is pressurized.



The system is fully automatic and is
controlled by a weight-on micro-switch
on the gear.




   VENTILATION                               Question   1/6
 The lavatory and galley areas are
 ventilated using re-circulated cabin air.
 How is the system switched on?




By selecting VENT EXTRACT on the
VENTILATION panel.



The system is fully automatic and runs
whenever there is electrical power to the
aircraft.                                                     CABIN AIR

The system is fully automatic and runs
whenever the aircraft is pressurized.



The system is fully automatic and is
controlled by a weight-on micro-switch
on the gear.




No, that is not right. Try again!




   VENTILATION                               Question   1/7
 The lavatory and galley areas are
 ventilated using re-circulated cabin air.
 How is the system switched on?




By selecting VENT EXTRACT on the
VENTILATION panel.



The system is fully automatic and runs
whenever there is electrical power to the
aircraft.                                                     CABIN AIR

The system is fully automatic and runs
whenever the aircraft is pressurized.



The system is fully automatic and is
controlled by a weight-on micro-switch
on the gear.




No, the system runs all the time!




   VENTILATION                               Question   1/6
 The lavatory and galley areas are
 ventilated using re-circulated cabin air.
 How is the system switched on?




By selecting VENT EXTRACT on the
VENTILATION panel.



The system is fully automatic and runs
whenever there is electrical power to the
aircraft.                                                     CABIN AIR

The system is fully automatic and runs
whenever the aircraft is pressurized.



The system is fully automatic and is
controlled by a weight-on micro-switch
on the gear.




That’s right. Good try!




   VENTILATION                               Question   1/6
What is the location of the VENTILATION
control panel?




  VENTILATION                             Question   2/6
 What is the location of the VENTILATION
 control panel?




No, have another go!




   VENTILATION                             Question   2/6
 What is the location of the VENTILATION
 control panel?




No, it’s on the right hand part of the
overhead panel!



   VENTILATION                             Question   2/6
 What is the location of the VENTILATION
 control panel?




Very Good. That’s right.




   VENTILATION                             Question   2/6
 The Avionics ventilation system
 provides cooling air for which areas?




The avionics bay, the flight deck
instruments and the circuit breaker
panels.



The avionics bay, the flight deck
instruments and the CIDS panels.



The radio bay, the flight deck instruments,
the circuit breaker panels and the CIDS
panels.



The avionics bay, the flight deck
instruments and the aircraft batteries.




   VENTILATION                                Question   3/6
 The Avionics ventilation system
 provides cooling air for which areas?




The avionics bay, the flight deck
instruments and the circuit breaker
panels.



The avionics bay, the flight deck
instruments and the CIDS panels.



The radio bay, the flight deck instruments,
the circuit breaker panels and the CIDS
panels.



The avionics bay, the flight deck
instruments and the aircraft batteries.




That’s not right. Try another one!




   VENTILATION                                Question   3/6
 The Avionics ventilation system
 provides cooling air for which areas?




The avionics bay, the flight deck
instruments and the circuit breaker
panels.



The avionics bay, the flight deck
instruments and the CIDS panels.



The radio bay, the flight deck instruments,
the circuit breaker panels and the CIDS
panels.



The avionics bay, the flight deck
instruments and the aircraft batteries.




No. Look at the correct areas.




   VENTILATION                                Question   3/6
 The Avionics ventilation system
 provides cooling air for which areas?




The avionics bay, the flight deck
instruments and the circuit breaker
panels.



The avionics bay, the flight deck
instruments and the CIDS panels.



The radio bay, the flight deck instruments,
the circuit breaker panels and the CIDS
panels.



The avionics bay, the flight deck
instruments and the aircraft batteries.




Yes. This is the right answer.




   VENTILATION                                Question   3/6
 Look at the position of the various
 valves shown on this ECAM display.
 Which statement is true?




You are on the ground with a problem
on the ground cooling valve.




You are on the ground in normal
conditions.




You are in flight in normal conditions.




You are in flight with a problem on the
ground cooling valve.




   VENTILATION                            Question   4/6
 Look at the position of the various
 valves shown on this ECAM display.
 Which statement is true?




You are on the ground with a problem
on the ground cooling valve.




You are on the ground in normal
conditions.




You are in flight in normal conditions.




You are in flight with a problem on the
ground cooling valve.




No. Look carefully at the positions of the
valves and try once again!



   VENTILATION                               Question   4/6
 Look at the position of the various
 valves shown on this ECAM display.
 Which statement is true?




You are on the ground with a problem
on the ground cooling valve.




You are on the ground in normal
conditions.




You are in flight in normal conditions.




You are in flight with a problem on the
ground cooling valve.




No. The aircraft is on the ground and
everything is normal!



   VENTILATION                            Question   4/6
 Look at the position of the various
 valves shown on this ECAM display.
 Which statement is true?




You are on the ground with a problem
on the ground cooling valve.




You are on the ground in normal
conditions.




You are in flight in normal conditions.




You are in flight with a problem on the
ground cooling valve.




Yes, everything is normal...




   VENTILATION                            Question   4/6
 Under normal conditions, in flight, what
 ventilation configuration would you
 expect to see on the ECAM?




GND COOL and VENT EXTRACT valves
open.




GND COOL and VENT EXTRACT valves
closed.




GND COOL valve open and VENT
EXTRACT valve closed.




GND COOL valve closed and VENT
EXTRACT valve open.




   VENTILATION                              Question   5/6
 Under normal conditions, in flight, what
 ventilation configuration would you
 expect to see on the ECAM?




GND COOL and VENT EXTRACT valves
open.




GND COOL and VENT EXTRACT valves
closed.




GND COOL valve open and VENT
EXTRACT valve closed.




GND COOL valve closed and VENT
EXTRACT valve open.




Read the question once more and try
again.



   VENTILATION                              Question   5/6
 Under normal conditions, in flight, what
 ventilation configuration would you
 expect to see on the ECAM?




GND COOL and VENT EXTRACT valves
open.




GND COOL and VENT EXTRACT valves
closed.




GND COOL valve open and VENT
EXTRACT valve closed.




GND COOL valve closed and VENT
EXTRACT valve open.




Not at all. Those two valves are closed
under normal conditions, in flight.



   VENTILATION                              Question   5/6
 Under normal conditions, in flight, what
 ventilation configuration would you
 expect to see on the ECAM?




GND COOL and VENT EXTRACT valves
open.




GND COOL and VENT EXTRACT valves
closed.




GND COOL valve open and VENT
EXTRACT valve closed.




GND COOL valve closed and VENT
EXTRACT valve open.




Yes. You’re right.




   VENTILATION                              Question   5/6
 You have a master caution and this
 ECAM appears.
 What has the system actually detected?




The system has detected an overheat in
the vent EXTRACT valve.



The system has detected that there is an
excessive flow through the EXTRACT
valve.



The system has detected that there is an
EXTRACT valve position disagreement.




The system has detected a low flow
through the EXTRACT valve.




   VENTILATION                             Question   6/6
 You have a master caution and this
 ECAM appears.
 What has the system actually detected?




The system has detected an overheat in
the vent EXTRACT valve.



The system has detected that there is an
excessive flow through the EXTRACT
valve.



The system has detected that there is an
EXTRACT valve position disagreement.




The system has detected a low flow
through the EXTRACT valve.



The EXTRACT valve is involved, but this
is not the correct answer.
Please try again.



   VENTILATION                             Question   6/6
 You have a master caution and this
 ECAM appears.
 What has the system actually detected?




The system has detected an overheat in
the vent EXTRACT valve.



The system has detected that there is an
excessive flow through the EXTRACT
valve.



The system has detected that there is an
EXTRACT valve position disagreement.




The system has detected a low flow
through the EXTRACT valve.




No. It means that the flow through
the EXTRACT valve is not sufficient.



   VENTILATION                             Question   6/6
 You have a master caution and this
 ECAM appears.
 What has the system actually detected?




The system has detected an overheat in
the vent EXTRACT valve.



The system has detected that there is an
excessive flow through the EXTRACT
valve.



The system has detected that there is an
EXTRACT valve position disagreement.




The system has detected a low flow
through the EXTRACT valve.




Good. The flow through the EXTRACT
valve is not sufficient.



   VENTILATION                             Question   6/6
On the ground with the engines off,
how is the temperature in the avionics
compartment regulated in hot conditions?




Air is drawn into the avionics bay through
the GND COOL valve and rejected through
the VENT EXTRACT valve.


Bleed air from the APU passes through the
avionics compartment and overboard
through the GND COOL valve.


A GROUND COOLING system draws air from
the avionics bay through a fan and rejects
it through the GND COOL valve.


There is no extra cooling available with the
engines off and an external cooling unit
must be connected to the GND COOL valve.




   VENTILATION                                 Question   7/7
On the ground with the engines off,
how is the temperature in the avionics
compartment regulated in hot conditions?




Air is drawn into the avionics bay through
the GND COOL valve and rejected through
the VENT EXTRACT valve.


Bleed air from the APU passes through the
avionics compartment and overboard
through the GND COOL valve.


A GROUND COOLING system draws air from
the avionics bay through a fan and rejects
it through the GND COOL valve.


There is no extra cooling available with the
engines off and an external cooling unit
must be connected to the GND COOL valve.




No. Choose another proposition.




   VENTILATION                                 Question   7/7
On the ground with the engines off,
how is the temperature in the avionics
compartment regulated in hot conditions?




Air is drawn into the avionics bay through
the GND COOL valve and rejected through
the VENT EXTRACT valve.


Bleed air from the APU passes through the
avionics compartment and overboard
through the GND COOL valve.


A GROUND COOLING system draws air from
the avionics bay through a fan and rejects
it through the GND COOL valve.


There is no extra cooling available with the
engines off and an external cooling unit
must be connected to the GND COOL valve.



Wrong. Read the correct answer.
You just have finish the Quiz.



   VENTILATION                                 Question   7/7
On the ground with the engines off,
how is the temperature in the avionics
compartment regulated in hot conditions?




Air is drawn into the avionics bay through
the GND COOL valve and rejected through
the VENT EXTRACT valve.


Bleed air from the APU passes through the
avionics compartment and overboard
through the GND COOL valve.


A GROUND COOLING system draws air from
the avionics bay through a fan and rejects
it through the GND COOL valve.


There is no extra cooling available with the
engines off and an external cooling unit
must be connected to the GND COOL valve.




Ok. The Ventilation Quiz is finished.




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