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EACH THR REV SYSTEM CONSISTS OF
1-L&R TRANSLATING SLEEVE
2-CASCADE VANES
3-BLOCKER DOORS
HOW DOES THE THRUST REV OPERATE
-AFT MOVEMENT OF THE TRANSLATING SLEEVES CAUSES BLOCKER DOORS TO DEFLECT AIR FWD THRU FIXED CASCADE GUIDE VANES CAUSING REV THRUST
NORM OPS WHAT HYD SUPPLIES ENG1 & ENG2
ENG1-USES HYD A
ENG2-USES HYD B
IF BOTH HYDS FAIL THEN BOTH ENG'S USE
STBY SYT
WHEN CAN YOU USE THE THRUST REV SYST
WHEN A/C ON THE GND WITH FWD THRUST LEVERS AT IDLE
EACH THR LEVER HAS HOW MANY POSITIONS
1-STOWED
2-INTERLOCK STOP
3-DET No1
4-DET No2
MAX REV
WHAT DOES THE INITIAL MOVEMENT OF THRUST LEVER DO
1-RELEASES THE ELECTRO-MECHANICAL LOCK & UNLOCKS THE TRANSLATING SLEEVE
2-ISOL VALVE OPEN SIF
-AIR/GND SENSOR IS ON GND
-RAD ALT SHOWS ALT OF LESS THAN 10FT
WITH ISOL VALVE OPEN WHAT HAPPENS TO THE CNTL VALVE
1-MOVES TO THE DEPLOY POSOTION
2-HYD PRESS MOVES THE TRANSLATING SLEEVES TO THE DEPLOY POSITION
3-AMBER REV INDICATIONS ILLUMS
4-INTERLOCK MECHANISM RESTRICTS FURTHER MOVEMENT OF THE REV THRUST LEVERS UNTIL THE SLEEVES ARE NEAR THE DEPLOY POSITION
5-AS THE SLEEVES APPR THE DEPLOY POSITION THE REV THR LEVERS CAN BE RAISED TO DET No2
HOW DOES AUTO RESTORE WORK
THIS SYSTEM COMPARES THE ACTUAL TRANSLATING SLEEVE POSITION AND THE COMMANDED REV LEVER POSITION
IN THE EVENT OF INCOMPLETE STOW OR TRANSLATING SLEEVE IS SENSED OUT OF THE STOWED POSITION
THE AUTO RESTORE SYST OPENS THE ISOL VALVE AND DIRECTS HYD PRESS TO STOW THE REVERSER
-IF THE AUTO RESTORE SYSTEM IS ACTIVATED THE ISOL VALVE REMAINS OPEN AND THE CNTL VALVE IS HELD IN THE STOW POSITION UNTIL CORRECTIVE MAINT ACTION IS TAKEN OR
-THE REV THR IS DEPLOYED NORMALLY
EACH THR REV SYSTEM CONSISTS OF
1-L&R TRANSLATING SLEEVE
2-CASCADE VANES
3-BLOCKER DOORS
HOW DOES THE THRUST REV OPERATE
-AFT MOVEMENT OF THE TRANSLATING SLEEVES CAUSES BLOCKER DOORS TO DEFLECT AIR FWD THRU FIXED CASCADE GUIDE VANES CAUSING REV THRUST
NORM OPS WHAT HYD SUPPLIES ENG1 & ENG2
ENG1-USES HYD A
ENG2-USES HYD B
EACH THR REV SYSTEM CONSISTS OF
1-L&R TRANSLATING SLEEVE
2-CASCADE VANES
3-BLOCKER DOORS
IF BOTH HYDS FAIL THEN BOTH ENG'S USE
STBY SYT
HOW DOES THE THRUST REV OPERATE
-AFT MOVEMENT OF THE TRANSLATING SLEEVES CAUSES BLOCKER DOORS TO DEFLECT AIR FWD THRU FIXED CASCADE GUIDE VANES CAUSING REV THRUST
NORM OPS WHAT HYD SUPPLIES ENG1 & ENG2
ENG1-USES HYD A
ENG2-USES HYD B
WHEN CAN YOU USE THE THRUST REV SYST
WHEN A/C ON THE GND WITH FWD THRUST LEVERS AT IDLE
IF BOTH HYDS FAIL THEN BOTH ENG'S USE
STBY SYT
WHEN CAN YOU USE THE THRUST REV SYST
WHEN A/C ON THE GND WITH FWD THRUST LEVERS AT IDLE
EACH THR LEVER HAS HOW MANY POSITIONS
1-STOWED
2-INTERLOCK STOP
3-DET No1
4-DET No2
MAX REV
WHAT DOES THE INITIAL MOVEMENT OF THRUST LEVER DO
1-RELEASES THE ELECTRO-MECHANICAL LOCK & UNLOCKS THE TRANSLATING SLEEVE
2-ISOL VALVE OPEN SIF
-AIR/GND SENSOR IS ON GND
-RAD ALT SHOWS ALT OF LESS THAN 10FT
WITH ISOL VALVE OPEN WHAT HAPPENS TO THE CNTL VALVE
1-MOVES TO THE DEPLOY POSOTION
2-HYD PRESS MOVES THE TRANSLATING SLEEVES TO THE DEPLOY POSITION
3-AMBER REV INDICATIONS ILLUMS
4-INTERLOCK MECHANISM RESTRICTS FURTHER MOVEMENT OF THE REV THRUST LEVERS UNTIL THE SLEEVES ARE NEAR THE DEPLOY POSITION
5-AS THE SLEEVES APPR THE DEPLOY POSITION THE REV THR LEVERS CAN BE RAISED TO DET No2
HOW DOES AUTO RESTORE WORK
THIS SYSTEM COMPARES THE ACTUAL TRANSLATING SLEEVE POSITION AND THE COMMANDED REV LEVER POSITION
IN THE EVENT OF INCOMPLETE STOW OR TRANSLATING SLEEVE IS SENSED OUT OF THE STOWED POSITION
THE AUTO RESTORE SYST OPENS THE ISOL VALVE AND DIRECTS HYD PRESS TO STOW THE REVERSER
-IF THE AUTO RESTORE SYSTEM IS ACTIVATED THE ISOL VALVE REMAINS OPEN AND THE CNTL VALVE IS HELD IN THE STOW POSITION UNTIL CORRECTIVE MAINT ACTION IS TAKEN OR
-THE REV THR IS DEPLOYED NORMALLY
REV LTS ON WHEN
1-ISOL VALVE OR SEL VALVE NOT IN COMMANDED POSITION
2-IF AUTO RESTORE ACTIVATED
3-IF THERE IS A TRANSLATING SLEEVE DISAGREEMENT
POSSIBLE IN FLT DEPLOYMENT WHEN
1-REV LT ILLUM ADDITIONAL FAILURES CAN CAUSE INFLT DEPLOYMENT
2-YOU CAN EXPECT NML OPS ON THE GND AFTER LDG
REV INDICATION IN FLT COULD BE DUE TO-
1-INCORRECT INDICATION OR
2-TRANSLATING SLEEVE HAS MECHANICALLY UNLOCKED
-THE FWD THR LEVER MAY BE RESTRICTED AND THE UNSTOWED SLEEVE CAN PRODUCE SOME YAW OR BUFFET
ACTIONS OF REV LT IN FLT
-AFFECTED ENG-SHUT DOWN
-IF FWD THR LEVER NOT RESTRICTED & NO YAW OR BUFFET THE REV IND IS INCORRECT & THE AFFECTED ENG CAN BE OPRT'D NORMALLY