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Rr412105 Aircraft Systems and Instruments

Rr412105 Aircraft Systems and Instruments

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Code No: RR412105
Set No. 1
IV B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS AND INSTRUMENTS(Aeronautical Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80Answer any FIVE QuestionsAll Questions carry equal marks
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1. (a) What are the basic advantages of pneumatic system? [8](b) Draw a bock diagram of a typical mechanical pneumatic system of a basictrainer aircraft and explain. [8]2. (a) Comment on classication of shock absorbers. [6](b) Write about various components of a landing gear system. [10]3. (a) What are the basic components of an Instrument Landing System? [8](b) How is an ILS improved in a Microwave Landing System? [8]4. (a) What do understand by Gravity feed fuel system? [6](b) Discuss briefly the basic fuel system components of a jet engine. [10]5. (a) Explain the principles of voltage regulation in an aero plane. [8](b) Draw the carbon-pile voltage regulator and explain. [8]6. (a) List out various components of a Pressurization control system. [8](b) Explain in detail how does a cabin pressurization system functions, with thehelp of a neat sketch. [8]7. (a) What is the “Standard Instrument Panel Layout” in the cockpit as per ICAO.Explain briey the types of instruments in an aircraft. [8](b) With the help of a neat sketch, explain ‘pitot-static’ air data sensor. [8]8. (a) Give a brief account on the principle and functioning of “servo-operated RPMindicator. [8](b) Differentiate between ‘Total Air Temperature (TAT) probe’ and ‘Jet PipeTemperature (JPT) probe. [8]
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Code No: RR412105
Set No. 2
IV B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS AND INSTRUMENTS(Aeronautical Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80Answer any FIVE QuestionsAll Questions carry equal marks
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1. (a) Differentiate between aircraft pneumatic and hydraulic systems. [8](b) With the help of a simple sketch explain the working of an aircraft pneumaticsystem. [8]2. (a) Explain various configurations of landing gears employed in majority of theaircrafts. [8](b) With the help of a neat sketch explain the function of Air-oil shock oleoleg.[8]3. (a) Write about various system components which are being used in airplane con-trol. [8](b) Draw the control-position indicating system of a jet aircraft and explain itsworking principles. [8]4. (a) What is meant by Fuel sediments? [6](b) Explain various quality check tests to be carried out on Aviation fuel. [10]5. (a) Explain the principles of voltage regulation in an aero plane. [8](b) Draw the carbon-pile voltage regulator and explain. [8]6. (a) Differentiate between cabin pressurization and air-conditioning systems. [8](b) With a neat sketch, explain the working of a Boot-strap air cycle system. [8]7. (a) What is the principle of operation of altitude alerting system. [8](b) Explain the Q-code for altimeter setting as per ICAO. [8]8. (a) Give a brief account on the principle and functioning of “servo-operated RPMindicator. [8](b) Differentiate between ‘Total Air Temperature (TAT) probe’ and ‘Jet PipeTemperature (JPT) probe. [8]
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Code No: RR412105
Set No. 3
IV B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS AND INSTRUMENTS(Aeronautical Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80Answer any FIVE QuestionsAll Questions carry equal marks
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1. (a) Differentiate between aircraft pneumatic and hydraulic systems. [8](b) With the help of a simple sketch explain the working of an aircraft pneumaticsystem. [8]2. (a) Explain various configurations of landing gears employed in majority of theaircrafts. [8](b) With the help of a neat sketch explain the function of Air-oil shock oleoleg.[8]3. Using a schematic layout of analog air data computer, explain the operation of afully powered airplane control system. [16]4. (a) List out the advantages of a fuel injection system. [6](b) With the help of schematic layout explain the Fuel flow control system inaircraft systems. [10]5. (a) Write about various protection systems, which are found commonly in usewith Aircraft electric systems. [8](b) Draw a diagram and explain ‘Differential relay’ in aircraft electrics. [8]6. (a) Why does an oxygen system is listed under aircraft Utility Systems? [8](b) With the help of a rough sketch explain a typical oxygen system for a lighttwin engine airplane. [8]7. (a) Define the two fundamental properties of a gyro scope. Explain how does asimple articial horizon functions. [8](b) Difference between ‘free gyro’,‘rate gyro’ ‘tied gyro’ and ‘earth gyro’. [8]8. (a) Explain the temperature and pressure gauges used in aircraft systems. [8](b) Explain in detail how the speed of an aircraft engine can be measured. [8]
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