AIRBUS A320 FCOM DSC-22 AUTO FLIGHT Part8

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Airbus a320 FCOM system auto flight naviagation part8

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Question 1
With 2 engines operative what is the normal A/THR range during a flight?

IDLE to CL (max Climb)
IDLE to MCT (max continious)
IDLE to GA (Go around)
Only CL detent
Question 2
With 1 engine inoperative what is the normal A/THR range during a flight?

IDLE to CL (max Climb)
IDLE to MCT (max continious)
IDLE to GA (Go around)
Only CL detent
Question 3
Arming conditions of the A/THR are numerous. The following is a list of the important ones. Which one is not correct?

1 FMGC operative
1 FAC operative
2 ADIRS operative
2 FADECS operative
1 SEC operative
1 channel of the FCU operative
1 LGCIU operative
A/THR is not manually disablef (instinctive disconnect pb has not been pressed for more than 15 s)
Question 4
Which statement is no True regarding the arming condition af the Auto thrust during flight?

By pushing the A/THR pb on the FCU while the thrust levers are out of the active range
By using the A/THR instinctive disconnect pb
While A/THR is active ("A/THR" white on the FMA), by setting all thrust levers Beyond the CL detent or at least one lever above the MCT detent
By engaging the go around mode
Question 5
During the flight, A/THR is active and thrust levers in CL detent, what happen if you put both thrust levers to IDLE position?

The A/THR disconnects
The A/THR remains active
The A/THR will maintain the current speed
Warning "SPEED"
Question 6
When the Auto thrust is active, in which color is it display in the fifth column of the FMA?

Green
Blue
White
Magenta
Question 7
What happen when both thrust levers are pushed above the CL detent (two engines) or the active thrust lever above the MCT detent (one engine operative)?

An immediate increase of thrust
A/THR is still active and it will maintain the speed
Nothing, the gap between CL-MCT-TOGA are dead zones
You can not move thrust lever out of CL detent during normal operation
Question 8
When one thrust lever is in the CL detent and the other one out of detent, the "LVR ASYM" amber message comes up until?

Both levers are set in the CL detent (only with both engines operative)
At least one lever is set back to CL
At least one lever is set back to MCT
Question 9
When both thrust levers are set below the CL detent (both engines) or one thrust lever is set below MCT (one engine operative)...?

A repeating warning (amber caution, single chime, "A/THR LIMITED" ECAM message) is activated every 5sec until you move the lever back to detent
Nothing
"LVR ASYM" will flash on the FMA
The A/THR will disconnect
Question 10
The A/THR can be disconnected in two days, according to the standard disconnection which one is not True?

Push the instinctive disconnect pb on the thrust levers
Push the A/THR pb on the FCU while A/THR is active/armed
Set both thrust levers to IDLE detent
Question 11
The A/THR can be disconnected in two days, according to the non-standard disconnection which one is not True?

The system lose one of the arming conditions
Set both thrust levers to IDLE detent
Push the A/THR pb on the FCU while A/THR is active/armed
Question 12
If the flight crew pushes and holds one instinctive disconnect pb for more than 15, the A/THR system...?

Is disconnected for the reminder of the flight
It disconnect
It stay engaged
You have priority on the thrust levers
Question 13
If the A/THR have been disconnected for the reminder of the flight, which protection is lost?

Angle of Attack
Alpha floor
Stall warning
VLS
Question 14
If the A/THR system have been disconnected for the reminder of the flight, how it can be recover?

Only at next FMGC power-up (on ground)
Push A/THR pb on the FCU then to set thrust levers in CL detent
Set it to IDLE
Press A/THR instinctive pb for more than 15 sec
Question 15
Thrust lock function is activated when the thrust levers are in CL detent (or the MCT detent with one engine out), and?

Flight crew push the A/THR pb on the FCU or A/THR disconnects due to a failure
Set it to IDLE
Press A/THR instinctive pb
Alpha Floor is active
Question 16
How to suppresse the Thust lock function?

By moving the Thrust levers out of CL or MCT
Press A/THR instinctive pb
Question 17
During flight, in CL detent for the two-engine configuration, what happen on your FMA if thrust levers are not set in the CL?

"LVR CLB" flashes white
"LVR ASYM" will flash white
"LVR ASYM" will flash amber
Nothing
Question 18
During flight, in MCT detent for the one-engine-out configuration, what happen on your FMA of the appropriate lever is not set in the MCT?

"LVR CLB" flashes white
"LVR MCT" will flash white
"THR MCT" will flash amber
Nothing
Question 19
If A/THR is armed for takeoff or go-around, the FMA displays "MAN TOGA" (or "MAN FLX") in white to remind the flight crew that?

The thrust levers have been positioned properly
The thrust levers have not been positioned on the good detent
Question 20
The RETARD mode is only available during automatic landing (AP engaged in LAND mode). The A/TJR commande thrust levers to IDLE at approximately?

50 ft RA
40 ft RA
30 ft RA
20 ft RA
Question 21
During manual landing, at which altitude the RETARD mode will generate the callout "RETARD"?

50 ft RA
40 ft RA
30 ft RA
20 ft RA
Question 22
ALPHA FLOOR is a protection that commande TOGA thrust, regardless of thrust levers positions, is that True?

Yes
No, when you have ALPHA FLOOR warning you have to set TOGA Thrust manually
Question 23
ALPHA FLOOR protection is available from?

Lift-off to main gear Touch down
100 ft RA to 50 ft RA on approach
Lift-off to 100 ft RA on approach
Lift-off to 200 ft RA on approach
Question 24
How to know when the aircraft leaves the alpha floor conditions?

"A FLOOR" disapear and you have to take over the thrust setting
"TOGA LK" in green, surrounded by a flashing Amber box on the FMA
To set thrust levers detent info CL or MCT
When you get ALT* on the FMA + speed above alpha prot
Question 25
How to cancel ALPHA FLOOR or TOGA LK thrust?

Setting thrust levers to MCT detent
Setting thrust levers to CL detent
By disconnecting the autothrust
Setting thrust levers out of TOGA detent
Question 26
By selecting a speed below VLS with autothrust ON, does the A/THR allow to follow This speed?

Yes
No
Question 27
Flying with managed (approach phase is active) with A/THR on, you select FLAPS 1, the autothrust will maintain?

Green dot
VFE next
S speed
VLS
Question 28
Below which height and which CONFIG is the A/THR logic modified to be more responsove to speed variation?

Ones approach phase is active
Below 3200 ft RA with at least CONF 1
Below 2500 ft RA with at least CONF 1
Below 1500 ft RA with at least CONF 2
Below 1000 ft RA with at least CONF 2
Question 29
What is the purpose of the "ground speed mini function"?

Is to take avantage of the aircraft inertia when the Wind conditions vary during the approach
Is to fly faster to reduce the flight cost, depends of the cost index
Question 30
During approach, if the A/THR is active, it will automatically follow the IAS target, ensuring an efficient thrist management during the approach, the A/THR that you can Read on the FMA is?

MACH
SPEED
THRUST
FINAL

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