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Where on the middle fuselage is corrosion prone areas?
Exterior skin seams.
Around fasteners.
Around window frames.
Around antenna mounting areas.
Light covers.
Overwing emergency exits.
Where on the Main Landing Gear (MLG) are corrosion prone areas?
Around wheels.
Around wheel assemblies.
Around all hydraulic components.
Where in the wheel wells are the corrosion prone areas?
Around pulleys and cables.
Around doors.
Around spray deflectors.
Where on the wings are the corrosion prone areas?
Around seams, fasteners, access doors, hinges and panels, wing tips, lights, fuel filter cover, rear spar, control cables, flaps,spoilers ailerons, trim tabs and static discharge wicks.
Where in the A/C interior are the corrosion prone areas?
Main cargo door actuator and locks, storage areas, flooring, tracks, floor attachment fittings, overwing exits and frames, all doors, toilets, all crew seat adjustment mechanisms, rudder pedal adjustment mechanism and around all windows and adjacent areas.
What does AFCS stand for?
Automatic Flight Control System?
What is the AFCS?
Auto pilot.
How many engines does the C9B have?
2
Who manufactures the C9B engines?
Pratt and Whitney
What is the model number of the C9B engines?
JT8D-9A
What are the C9B engines rated at in regards to thrust?
14,500 pounds.
What does EPR stand for?
Engine Pressure Ratio
What is EPR?
It is the measure of thrust being developed by each engine.
Where are the EPR indicators receiving their information from?
The engine air inlet pressure probes and the turbine discharge pressure probes.
What does CSD stand for?
Constant Speed Drive?
What is the CSD?
A hydromechanical transmission.
Where is the CSD located?
Aft end of the engine accessory drive section, at the bottom centerline of the engine.
What is the purpose of the CSD?
It drives an ac generator at a constant 6000 RPM's regardless of the engine speed.
What are 2 basic methods of A/C refueling?
Pressure.
Gravity.
Using either method of refueling, is it necessary to have electrical power on the A/C? Explain.
No. It can be done with conventional ground support equipment.
What is/are the location(s) of the fueling adapter(s) for performing pressure fueling?
Bottomside of the starboard wing.
What is/are the location(s) of the fueling adapter(s) for performing gravity fueling?
Topside of both wings.
How many classifications of fuel leaks are there?
4:A, B, C & D.
What type of fuel leak is a slow seep of about 0-1/4 inch?
Class A
How can a Class B fuel leak be described?
A seep of greater than 1/4 inch to 3/4 inch.
What type of fuel leak is a running leak?
Class D
For Class D fuel leaks involving JP-4, the leak should measure how much?
Greater than 6 inches.
For Class D fuel leaks involving JP-5 and JP-8, the leak should measure how much?
8 inches.
For Class C fuel leaks involving JP-5 and JP-8, the leak should measure how much?
4 drops per minute.
For Class C fuel leaks involving JP-4, the leak should measure how much?
Without dripping...8 inches.
How can a Class C fuel leak be described?
A heavy seep of 3/4 to 6 inches without dripping.
What is the maximum acceptable hydraulic contamination level for Navy A/C?
Standard Class 5.
What is the maximum acceptable hydraulic contamination level for Navy S/E?
Standard Class 3.
What manual defines the hydraulic fluid contaimination levels?
Aviation Hydraulics Manual.
(NA 01-1A017)
If an A/C has hot brakes where should it be parked and why?
In an isolated place to allow cooling in ambient air.
How should you approach an A/C with hot brakes and why?
From fore and aft. The rims may explode.
If it is necessary spray a hot brake down what should you use and where should it be concentrated?
Water fog only and on the brake side of the wheel.
What is the purpose of the Emergency Reclamation Team?
To minimize further damage to A/C parts due to a crash, saltwater or firefighting agents.
What is the first thing the Emergency Reclamation Team ensures?
That the A/C is safe for maintenance.
After safety is ensured what must the Emergency Reclamation Team then do?
Open, loosen, or remove covers/access panels. Drain saltwater if possible. Remove contaminants with fresh water. Remove and catalog components form affected areas.
When the Emergency Reclamation Team is removing and processing components what references should they be using?
The Command Priority List and the NA 01-1A-509.
In regards to the hydraulic systems how are they pressurized, independently or together?
Independently. Port and Starboard.
When the wing flaps are in the up position and the hydraulic system is being depressurized what safety precaution must be adhered to?
Make sure all personnel and equipment are clear.
Before pressurizing the hydraulic system what must be clear of obstructions and personnel/
Thrust reversers, flaps,spoilers, elevators, rudder, forward upper cargo door, leading edge slats, rudder pedals, and control columns.
To prevent the wheel from collapsing underneath the A/C what must be done before depressurizing the hydraulic system?
Make sure the landing gear control is in the down position and that the landing gear lockpins have been installed.