AIRBUS A320 FCOM DSC-22 AUTO FLIGHT Part4

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Airbus a320 FCOM system auto flight naviagation part4

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Question 1
Flying one engine out, during takeoff or approach the aircraft speed is below the maneuvering speeds (F,S or green dot speed) -10kt, the system limits autopilot (AP) and flight director (FD) by ?

15 degree
25 degree
33 degree
45 degree
Question 2
Flying one engine out, during takeoff or approach the aircraft speed is above the maneuvering speeds (F,S or green dot speed) -3kt, the system limits autopilot (AP) and flight director (FD) by ?

15 degree
25 degree
33 degree
45 degree
Question 3
The FMGS considers the aircraft to be in an engine-out following conditions, which statement is not true? (IAE engines)

One engine master switch off
N2 below idle
The rudder is auto trimmed by more than 5 degree
One thrust lever angle is below 5 degree with the other above 22 degree
The FADEC shows an engine fault
Question 4

You want to insert a time marker on the flight plan, like at 12:10 UTC, you write the time marker in the scratchpad before select any left key on the F-PLAN A or B page, the entry format is ?

12:10
1210UTC
1210
12H10
Question 5
How many time markers may be exist on a F-PLAN?

1
4
5
10
Question 6
In which case can you get the "MCDU back up navigation" ?

IRS 1 + 2 + 3 fault
SEC 1 + FAC 1 fault
FM 1 + 2 failure
FWC 1 + 2 failure
Question 7
The Flight Guidance (FG) part of the FMGS controls ?

Gross Weight (GW), Cost Index (CI), Flap setting
ELAC, SEC and FAC
Multi Control Display Unit (MCDU), Flight Control Unit (FCU) and side stick
Flight Director (FD), Autopilot (AP) and Autothrust (A/THR)
Question 8
On the Flight Control Unit (FCU), by pushing knobs, it activates ?

The managed mode
The selected mode
Question 9
The NAV mode which is used to guide the aircraft along the lateral F-PLN is available ?

5 seconds after lift off
10 seconds after lift off
Above 30 ft after takeoff
Above 100 ft RA
Question 10
To be on the GO-AROUND phase and to get the "GA TRK" (Go Around Track) mode set?

TOGA thrust in CONF 3 or FULL
FLEX MCT thrust with at least CONF 1
TOGA thrust with at least CONF 1
CLIMB thrust in CONF 3 or FULL
Question 11
Can you get the SRS (speed reference system) in case of go-around?

Yes
No, SRS is only available during takeoff
Question 12
Can you get the "DES" mode during descent if NAV mode is engaged?

Yes
No it's only available in HDG mode
Question 13
During Take-off can you get SRS mode if you set thrusy levers at CL (climb) position?

Yes
No
Question 14
During take-off when can you get the RWY (runway) mode on your FMA?

On every take-off
Only if you set TOGA thrust
Only if the runway has a LOC (localizer)
If there is a F-PLN discontinuity after take-off
Question 15
Below which height the LAND mode engage during an automatic ILS approach (if LOC and G/S mode are already engaged)?

100 ft RA
200 ft RA
400 ft RA
1000 ft RA
Question 16
During climb, by pressing the EXPED (expedite) push button, the speed becomes?

Green dot
Green dot + 10 kt
250 kt
VLS
Question 17
During descent, by pressing the EXPED (expedite) push button, the speed becomes?

Green dot
250 kt
M.80/340 kt
M.82/350 kt
Question 18
When the FLARE mode gets engage?

Below 10 ft RA
Below 30 ft RA
Below 40 ft RA
Below 50 ft RA
Question 19
You are climbing, on the FCU you select the speed 250 kt and in Climb mode, on the first column of the FMA, you can read?

THR CLB (Thrust climb)
CLB (climb)
SPEED
MACH
Question 20
During climb you select the speed 250 kt and select a vertical speed +1500 ft,

THR CLB (Thrust climb)
CLB (climb)
SPEED/MACH
THR IDLE
Question 21
The Flight Director (FD) displays guidance on the Primary Flight Display (PFD) guidance commands from ?

IRS (Inertial Reference System)
FAC (Flight Augmentation Computer)
FMGS (Flight Management Guidance system)
FMGC (Flight Management Guidance Computer)
Question 22
In normal operation, the FD1 displays?

FMGC 1
FMGC 2
FMGC 3
ILS 2
Question 23
During the flight, you disengage only on your side your Flight Director (FD), are the FD bars longer appear on your PFD?

Yes
No
Question 24
You are on the first officer seat and both FDs are engaged and you disengage your FD via the FD push button. What is writen on the Flight Management Announciator (FMA)?

1FD2
-FD2
1FD-
1FD1
Question 25
If one FD fails or one FMGC is not valid, what is displau on the PFD?

1FD2
-FD2
1FD-
1FD1
Question 26
During climb, you are flying without Auto pilot and you do not follow the FD bars to maintain commanded trajectory in clim with CLB or OP CLB engaged, what Will happen with the FDs?

They will disengage at the activation of the automatic speed mode
The FDs dissapear when There is an off set of more than 2nm between the airceaft and the route
The FDs stay engaged
The FDs will flash
Question 27
Both FDs are removed when the aircraft pitch exceeds (in nose UP)?

+35
+33
+25
+20
Question 28
Both FDs are removed when the aircraft pitch exceeds (in nose DOWN)?

15
13
10
7.5
Question 29
Both FDs are removed when the aircraft bank exceeds ?

33
40
45
68
Question 30
Which statement is not true when Pitch FD bar (or FPV) flashes 10 s and then remains steady?

If ALT* mode is lost further to FCU altitude référence change of more than 250 ft
When in APPR mode (G/S*,G/S, LAND,FINAL), FD reverts to V/S mode (flight crew action or loss of vertical approach mode)
One AP or one FD is engaged while both AP/FD were previously OFF
Transmission pf the GLIDE data is interrupted when in G/S, G/S* or LAND modes above 100ft RA

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