BOEING 747-400 - Emergency Equipment

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BOEING 747-400 - Emergency Equipment

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Q 1. The passenger oxygen system uses the same source as the cockpit crew.

A. True
B. False.

Q 2. (Passenger/Combi) How are the passenger cabin interior emergency lights and EXIT signs powered?

A. The airplane battery bus.
B. Remote NiCad batteries.
C. Battery packs in each passenger zone.
D. Lithium flashlight batteries.

Q 2. All crew members must wear oxygen masks when discharging a Fire Extinguisher in the flight deck

A. True
B. False

Q 3. Crash axes are stowed behind the First Officer and at each Flight Attendant Station.

A. True
B. False

Q 3. When does the passenger/supernumerary oxygen system automatically activate?

A. The masks automatically drop from the PSUs if the cabin altitude exceeds approximately 10,000 feet.
B. The masks automatically drop from the PSUs if the cabin altitude exceeds approximately 14,000 feet.
C. The masks automatically drop from the PSUs if the airplane altitude exceeds approximately 10,500 feet.
D. The masks automatically drop from the PSUs if the cabin altitude exceeds approximately 12,000 feet.

Q 4. (Passenger/Combi) In a ditching situation, passenger entry door escape slides may be detached from the aircraft and used as flotation rafts. At which door positions can this be accomplished?

A. All main deck passenger entry doors and upper deck doors.
B. All main deck passenger entry doors.
C. Main deck passenger entry doors 1, 3 and 5, left and right.
E. Main deck passenger entry doors 1, 2, 4, and 5, left and right.

Q 5. Emergency locator transmitters transmit on which frequencies?

A. 121.5 and 342.0
B. 243.0
C. 121.5 and 243.0

Q 6. How are emergency locator transmitters activated?

A. Switched on by the flight crew
B. Submerged in water
C. Inverter

Q 7. (Passenger/Combi) If you open a passenger entry door that is in the "automatic" mode from the inside and the slide/raft does not inflate automatically, which of the following action must you perform?

A. Pull the manual inflation handle located on the slide/raft attachment flap.
B. Use the red manual inflation tube.
C. Redirect passengers to another usable exit.
D. Pull the manual inflation handle located on the upper door surround panel.

Q 8. If the SEATBELT selector is in the AUTO position, for which of the following will the FASTEN SEAT BELTS signs NOT illuminate automatically?

A. When the cabin altitude is below 10,300 feet.
B. When the flap lever is up and the landing gear is down.
C. When the airplane altitude is below 10,300 feet.
D. When the cabin altitude is above 10,000 feet.

Q 9. What action inflates the flight crew oxygen mask harness?

A. Pushing the harness inflation button
B. Pushing the NORMAL/100% selector
C. Squeezing the red release levers

Q 10. What does the yellow cross on the flow indicator mean?

A. Oxygen is flowing
B. The oxygen mask is inoperative
C. Oxygen has been cut off

Q 11. What precautions must be observed when discharging a Halon Fire Extinguisher on the flight deck ?

A. Only the flight crew member discharging the extinguisher must wear an oxygen mask.
B. Oxygen masks are not required.
C. All flight crew members must leave the flight deck area.
D. All flight crew members on the flight deck must wear an oxygen mask and use 100% oxygen with emergency selected.

Q 12. (Passenger/Combi) If the automatic lock on the upper deck doors fails to activate after takeoff, which of the following is not true?

A. It is possible to open an upper deck door when cabin differential pressure is low.
B. The airplane may not pressurize properly.
C. The Door Ground (GND) Mode light at the upper deck doors will be illuminated (blue).
D. The door operating handle can be lifted.

Q 13. (Passenger/Combi) When do the emergency locator transmitters (ELT) activate?

A. ELTs are switched on by the flight crew.
B. ELTs automatically transmit when exposed to water.
C. ELTs automatically activate when the airplane decelerates at an excessive rate.
D. ELTs automatically transmit when the slide/raft is deployed.

Q 14. Which of the following is not a function of the Oxygen Mask Release Levers?

A. Squeezeing unlocks oxygen panel doors and oxygen turns on when panel doors open.
B. Squeezing shows a yellow cross momentarily in the flow indicator as the harness inflates.
C. Squeezeing starts the flow of 100% oxygen from the mask.
D. Squeezeing unlocks oxygen panel doors and activates the mask microphone when the left-hand door opens.

Q 15. Under which of the following conditions does a yellow cross in the Oxygen Flow indicator mean that there is a possible malfunction?

A. The mask is stowed properly.
B. The mask is stowed properly and the RESET/TEST switch is pushed.
C. The mask is worn properly and the Oxygen Mask Emergency Selector/Test Switch is pushed.
D. The mask is stowed properly and the RESET/TEST switch is pushed and the Oxygen Mask Emergency Selector/Test Switch is pushed.

Q 16. During the preflight check of the crew oxygen mask, a drop of 30 psi or greater for each mask tested indicates which of the following?

A. The oxygen mask test is satisfactory.
B. The crew oxygen system pressure indication may be unreliable.
C. The crew oxygen cylinder shutoff valve may be closed, and oxygen is unavailable.
D. The automatic pressure breathing regulator is inoperative.

Q 17. The pilot no longer requires the use of the oxygen mask. Which of the following are correct procedures to discontinue use of oxygen without stowing the mask?

A. Push and release the RESET/TEST switch.
B. Close the left hand door of the stowage box. Push and release the RESET/TEST switch.
C. Close the left hand door of the stowage box. Select the NORMAL position of the NORMAL/100% switch.
D Only remove the mask.

Q 18. (Passenger/Combi) Which of the following statements about the Oxygen Systems is true?

A. The flight crew and passenger oxygen systems share the same source of oxygen.
B. Passenger oxygen is provided by oxygen generators in the overhead passenger service units.
C. Oxygen pressure is displayed on the Oxygen Synoptic Display.
D. Two independent oxygen systems are provided, one for the flight crew and one for the passengers.

Q 19. (Freighter) Which of the following statements about the Oxygen Systems is true?

A. Two independent oxygen systems are provided, one for the flight crew and one for the supernumeraries.
B. Supernumerary oxygen is provided by oxygen generators in the overhead passenger service units.
C. Oxygen pressure is displayed on the Oxygen Synoptic Display.
D. The flight crew and passenger oxygen systems share the same source.

Q 20. (Freighter) When does the supernumerary oxygen system automatically activate?

A. The masks automatically drop from the PSUs if the cabin altitude exceeds approximately 10,000 feet.
B. The masks automatically drop from the PSUs if the cabin altitude exceeds approximately 14,000 feet.
C. The masks automatically drop from the PSUs if the airplane altitude exceeds approximately 104,000 feet.
D. The masks automatically drop from the PSUs if the cabin altitude exceeds approximately 12,000 feet.

Q 21. (Passenger/Combi) In case of an evacuation, open a passenger entry door from the inside by performing which of the following action?

A. Assure that the door mode lever is in the MANUAL position. Pull the door handle fully up to the emergency position. Allow the door power assist to finish opening the door.
B. Assure that the door mode lever is in the MANUAL position. Rotate the door handle to the emergency position. Allow the door power assist to finish opening the door.
C. Assure that the door mode lever is in the AUTOMATIC position. Rotating the door handle to the OPEN position. Allow the door power assist to finish opening the door.
D. Assure that the door mode lever is in the AUTOMATIC position. Rotating the door handle to the OPEN position. Release the door operating handle and continue to assist the door opening motion using he assist handles.

Q 22. (Passenger/Combi) Which of the following properly described what happens when a passenger entry door is opened from the outside?

A. The slide/raft automatically deploys. The door mode selector must first be manually moved to the MANUAL position from inside the cabin.
B. The door mode selector automatically moves to the MANUAL position.
C. The passenger entry door can not be opened from the outside.
D. The door will not open until the door mode selector is placed to the MANUAL position from inside the cabin.

Q 23. When escaping the airplane through the Overhead Escape Hatch, which of the following is not correct?

A. Remove the emergency escape device.
B. Depart through the Overhead Escape Hatch.
C. Hold the emergency escape device handle.
D. Toss the emergency escape device through the Overhead Escape Hatch.

Q 24. (Freighter) Which of the following statements about emergency exit from the airplane is not correct?

A. Use caution when pushing the slide out the door to avoid falling out the open door.
B. If both body gear are not extended, the airplane may tip tail down on the ground. The escape slide is then unusable.
C. To use the Crew Service door as an emergency exit, the slide mode lever must be in the forward position.
D. The Crew Service door can not be moved aft with the exterior handles not stowed.

Q 25. What action reactivates the boom microphone following use of the flight crew oxygen system?

A. No action is required, the boom microphone resets itself when oxygen flow stops.
B. The reset test switch must be pushed with the left oxygen panel door open to reactivate the boom microphone and deactivate the mask microphone
C. The reset test switch must be pushed with the left oxygen panel door closed to reactivate the boom microphone and deactivate the mask microphone.
D. The reset test switch must be pushed with the left oxygen panel doors in any position to reactivate the boom microphone and deactivate the mask microphone.

Q 26. (Freighter) How are the interior emergency lights and EXIT signs powered?

A. By remote batteries charged by DC bus 4.
B. By the airplane battery bus.
C. By a central, special-purpose battery charged by DC bus 4.
D. Emergency lights consist of lithium battery powered, automatic-remotely controlled flashlights.

Q 27. (Freighter) In a ditching situation, which of the following statements is true about escape slides and rafts?

A. Main deck Entry doors 1L and 5L have slide/rafts.
B. The upper deck Crew Service door has a slide/raft.
C. The slide releases from the airplane and can be used as a raft.
Separate life rafts are provided.

Q 28. (Freighter) In case of an evacuation from an airplane with all landing gear down, open the Crew Service door from the inside by performing which of the following action?

A. Assure that the door mode lever is in the AUTOMATIC position. Rotating the door handle to the OPEN position. Release the door operating handle and continue to assist the door opening motion using the assist handles.
B. Pull and rotate the door handle toward the OPEN position. Slide the door aft. Pull the Packboard Manual Release handle and rotate the escape slide through the doorway.
C. Assure that the door mode lever is in the AUTOMATIC position. Pull and rotate the door handle toward the OPEN position. Slide the door aft. Pull the Packboard Manual Release handle and rotate the escape slide through the doorway.
D. Assure that the door mode lever is in the MANUAL position. Rotate the door handle to the emergency position. Allow the door power assist to finish opening the door.

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