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Series H 1. Due to which of the following factors in most of the aircraft fuel system a certain quantity of fuel is not available for use a) Location of tank b) Location of Pump out lets a) Location of tank and out lets d) As in (C) and also routing of pipelines, Location of Pumps Quantity-unusable fuel shall be determined during a) Use of C of A b) Renewal of C of A d) Before type certification c) After issue of type certificate

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It is a mandatory requirement that un-usable fuel shall be a) Mentioned in flight Manual b) Play carded in cock-pit b) In some cases, their information is not included in flight manual c) All are correct statement The unusable fuel for each tank must be established by a) Conducting test flights b) Jacking up to level flight condition & draining from lowest feed line c) As in (a) during type certification3 d) As in (c) and where such information is not available, procedure mentioned in (b) to be followed in case of light aircraft only To determine un-usable fuel by leveling and draining on ground, the following quality to be added to each tank so as to arrive zero-datum as fuel quantity gauge a) 10 LTR b) 5 LTR c) 2 LTR d) 20 LTR Calibration of fuel gauge shall be such that a) Un-usable fuel as zero-datum b) Un-usable fuel will be indicated as red-arc c) All the gages read full quantity d) As in (1) & (2) Pilot will know the un-usable fuel from a) Flight Manual b) Play carding in cockpit c) A red arc from zero to the minimum quantity indicating the range as un-usable fuel d) All above correct statement except in some cases play carding may not be insisted upon where the some information is included in Flight Manual Weight of un-usable fuel is deemed to be a) Weight of fuel b) d) All are correct Part of useful load c) Part of empty fuel

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Calibration of fuel gauges is to be followed every time a) A fuel gauge is installed b) Inspect for certification of airworthiness c) During the nearest major check d) Initially as in (a) and subsequently as per (b) & (c) Carriage of calibrated dip sticks are required to be carried to make sure correct quantity of fuel is carried in case of a) All Light Aircraft b) All helicopter c) Incase of (a) and (b) whose fuel quantity gauges are not reliable d) As in (a) and (b) Which aircraft rule specifies procedure of fuelling aircraft a) 25/1937 b) 25A/1937 c) 25B/1937 d) 25A/1934

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Fuelling zone a) Area extending 6 meters from refueling aircraft b) Area extending 6 ft from refueling aircraft c) Area exlinding 10 ft from refueling aircraft d) None of the above The fuelling of aircraft shall be carried out by: a) A trained technician b) AME c) Under the supervision of Airworthiness Officer d) None Precautions and fuelling instructions are provided by a) Manufacturers b) DGCA d) Aircraft Operator c) Fuelling company

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Mark in-correct statement regarding fuelling place: a) Fuelling of aircraft shall not be done in open place b) Aircraft shall not be fuelled with in 30 m of radar operation c) Refueling to be performed on level ground d) Which chock shall be placed properly before refueling started Mark the correct statement a) The refueling equipment shall be marshaled while reversing towards aircraft b) There shall be adequate restraint of the aircraft before refueling c) Refueling aircraft shall be placed at least 10 m away from the other aircraft d) All are correct statements APU of a refueling aircraft which have exhaust efflense discharging into the refueling zone shall be started a) After opening fuel cops b) Before opening fuel caps or fuel connection made c) As in (a) or after fuel connection are made d) None of the above Earthing of fueling equipment as well as aircraft shall be earthed so as to prevent fire risk due to static electricity discharge a) Through drag chain attached to fuelling equipment b) Through conductive tyres c) Apron earthing point d) All are correct Mark the correct statement a) Refueling of a/c may be started immediately after landing / taxying b) Aerodrome fire service shall be called for refueling c) Refueling operation shall be stopped when turbo-prop aircraft in within 30 m distance from the refueling place d) None of the above statements are correct During heavy storm a) Over wing refueling is only permitted b) Refueling suspended c) Pressure refueling is only permitted d) None of the above statements are true Use of photographic flash equipment during refueling a) Not permitted to be used with in 6 m b) Not permitted to be used within 15 m c) Not permitted to be used within 6 m from refueling equipment / v.ent/ ref.point d) Not permitted to be used within 6 ft from the refueling point Refueling precautions incase of fuel mixtures a) Risk of sparking may be reduced by adding anti-static additives b) Reduced rate of fueling is required c) Rate of fueling shall be as per type of fueling equipment d) All are correct statement

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Maintenance and serving of aircraft during fueling is such that a) Strobe lighting not be operated b) Main engines shall not be operated c) Plat forms, steps shall be clear of the aircraft d) All are correct Fueling with passengers on board not permitted in case a) Fixed wing aircraft with seating capacity of more than 20 b) Fixed wing aircraft rotary wing aircraft with seating capacity of 20 c) All helicopter and fixed wing aircraft with less than 20 seating capacity d) None of the above Fueling shall be stopped of spillage of fuel is a) Five square meterb) Four square meter d) 10 square meter c) 15 square meter

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In case of spillage during fueling a) Fuel must not be washed into drains b) Vehicles shall not be started with in 15 m of spillage c) Fuelling shall not be commenced till 30 min after cleaning the spilled fuel d) Movement of persons and vehicles shall be avoided with 30 m from the spillage In case of storage of fuel in bulk storage tanks a) Tanks for storing AVGAS shall be internally epicoated b) Floating suction shall be inspected once a weak c) Tank bottom sample of AVGA & ATF shall be tested for microbiological growth once in two years d) All are correct Placarding of unusable fuel quantity is not mandatory: a) When unusable fuel is less than 5% of total fuel capacity b) When fuel quantity gauge is calibrated to read only unusable fuel c) Unusable fuel is mentioned in the flight manual d) All are correct Quantity of unusable fuel or weight of the unusable fuel is included in: a) Weight of the fuel b) Weight of the empty a/c c) Not included in the EW of a/c d) None Fuelling zone extends to: a) 15 m from the fuelling point b) 6 m from the fuel tank vent c) 6 m radically from fuel equip, fuelling point and a/c fuel tank vent d) B and C Danger of static electricity discharge during refueling is prevented by: a) Providing fire extinguishers b) Avoiding refueling during electrical storm c) Providing proper bonding and earthing of a/c and refueling equipment d) All are correct Fueling operations shall be stopped whenever jet efflux of turbo propeller engine is with in a) 30 m from the refueling point / refueling equip / vent point b) As in (a) with in 15 m c) As in (a) with in 43 m d) None In case of refueling fuel mixture? a) Reduced ration should be applied b) Anti-static additives should be added c) Both A and B d) As in (A) if (B) not complied with During refueling only the following can be switched on: a) Strobe lights b) Strobe lights of not giving spark c) Light required for refueling and also minimum required which do not cause danger of spark

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Following a/c may be refueled with passenger on board if decided by the operator a) With passenger> 20 b) With Passenger < 20 c) Fixed wing and H/C with seating capacity < 20 d) Fixed wing a/c with seating capacity > 20 To prevent water remaining in the tanks, all the filters should be purged once in: a) 2 Weeks b) Every Week c) Every month d) Every day

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Float suction mechanism should be checked: a) At least weekly b) At least two weekly c) At least monthly d) None 46. Barrelled fuel if remains for ___________ period should be lab tested before use: a) Six months b) 3 months c) 1 year d) 2 years 60. Mark the in-correct statement: a) Refuelling can be carried out inside the building constructed for direct loading and unloading b) Refuelling is always done in open place c) No refueling within 30 m in radar operations d) Refuelling shall be carried out on a level surface as far as possible 1. Due to which of the following factors in most of the aircraft fuel system a certain quantity of fuel is not available for use a) Location of tank b) Location of Pump out lets c)) Location of tank out lets d) As in (c) and also routing of pipelines, Location of Pumps 2. Quantity-unusable fuel shall be normally determined during a) Issue/renewal of C of A b) registration of aircraft in India c) After issue of type certificate d) type certification 3. It is a mandatory requirement that un-usable fuel shall be a) Mentioned in flight Manual b) Play carded in cockpit c) No mandatory requirements as such d) as at a) or b) 4. The unusable fuel for each tank must be established by e) Conducting test flights f) Jacking up to level flight condition & draining from lowest feed line g) As in (a) during type certification h) As in (c) and where such information is not available, procedure mentioned in (b) to be followed in case of light aircraft only 5. To determine un-usable fuel by leveling and draining on ground, the following quality to be added to each main tank so as to arrive zero-datum as fuel quantity gauge a) 10 LTR b) 5 LTR c) 2 LTR d) 20 LTR 6. Calibration of fuel gauge shall be such that a) Un-usable fuel as zero-datum b) Un-usable fuel will be indicated as red-arc c) All the gages read full quantity d) As in (a) & (b) 7. Pilot will know the un-usable fuel from a) Flight Manual b) Play carding in cockpit c) A red arc from zero in the fuel gauge d) All above correct 8. Weight of un-usable fuel is deemed to be a) Weight of fuel b) Part of useful load c) Part of empty weight of aircraft d) All are correct 9. Calibration of fuel gauges is to be followed every time e) A fuel gauge is installed f) Inspect for certification of airworthiness g) During the nearest major check h) Initially as in (a) and subsequently as per (b) & (c) 10. Carriage of calibrated dip sticks are required to be carried to make sure correct quantity of fuel is carried in case of a) All Light Aircraft b) All helicopter c) Incase of (a) and (b) whose fuel quantity gauges are not reliable d) As in (a) and (b) 11. Which aircraft rule specifies procedure of fuelling aircraft? a) 25/1937 b) 25A/1937 c) 25B/1937 d) 25A/1934 12. Fuelling zone e) Area extending 6 meters from refueling aircraft f) Area extending 6 ft from refueling aircraft g) Area extending 10 ft from refueling aircraft

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h) None of the above The fuelling of aircraft shall be carried out by: a) A trained technician b) AME c) Under the supervision of Airworthiness Officer d) None Precautions and fuelling instructions are provided by a) Manufacturers b) DGCA c) Fuelling company d) Aircraft Operator Mark in-correct statement regarding fuelling place: e) Fuelling of aircraft shall not be done in open place f) Aircraft shall not be fuelled with in 30 m of radar operation g) Refueling to be performed on level ground h) Wheel chock shall be placed properly before refueling started Mark the correct statement e) The refueling equipment shall be marshaled while reversing towards aircraft f) There shall be adequate restraint of the aircraft before refueling g) Refueling aircraft shall be placed at least 10 m away from the other aircraft h) All are correct statements APU of a refueling aircraft, which have exhaust effluence discharging into the refueling zone, shall be started e) After opening fuel caps f) Before opening fuel caps or fuel connection made g) As in (a) or after fuel connection are made h) None of the above Earthing of fueling equipment as well as of aircraft shall be done so as to prevent fire risk due to static electricity discharge e) Through drag chain attached to fuelling equipment f) Through conductive tyres g) Apron earthing point h) All are correct Mark the correct statement e) Refueling of a/c may be started immediately after landing / taxying f) Aerodrome fire service shall be called for refueling g) Refueling operation shall be stopped when turbo-prop aircraft in within 30 m distance from the refueling place h) None of the above statement is correct During heavy storm e) Over wing refueling is only permitted f) Refueling suspended g) Pressure refueling is only permitted h) None of the above statement is true Use of photographic flash equipment during refueling e) Not permitted to be used with in 6 m f) Not permitted to be used within 15 m g) Not permitted to be used within 6 m from refueling equipment / vent/ refueling point h) Not permitted to be used within 6 ft from the refueling point Refueling precautions in case of fuel mixtures e) Risk of sparking may be reduced by adding anti-static additives f) Reduced rate of fueling is required g) Rate of fueling shall be as per type of fueling equipment h) All are correct statement Maintenance and servicing of aircraft during fueling is such that a) Strobe lighting not be operated b) Main engines shall not be operated c) Plat forms, steps shall be clear of the aircraft d) All are correct Fueling with passengers on board not permitted in case e) Fixed wing aircraft with seating capacity of more than 20 f) Fixed wing aircraft rotary wing aircraft with seating capacity of 20 g) All helicopter and fixed wing aircraft with less than 20 seating capacity h) None of the above Fueling shall be stopped of spillage of fuel is a) Five square meterb)Four square meter c)15 square meter d) 10 square meter In case of spillage during fueling e) Fuel must not be washed into drains f) Vehicles shall not be started with in 15 m of spillage g) Fuelling shall not be commenced till 30 min after cleaning the spilled fuel

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h) Movement of persons and vehicles shall be avoided with 30 m from the spillage In case of storage of fuel in bulk storage tanks e) Tanks for storing AVGAS shall be internally epicoated f) Floating suction shall be inspected once a weak g) Tank bottom sample of AVGA & ATF shall be tested for microbiological growth once in two years h) All are correct

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