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REFUEL/DEFUEL 11.60 11.61 11.62

OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION CONTROLS AND INDICATORS MANUAL FUEL GAUGING SYSTEM

CG CONTROL SYSTEM (if installed) FUEL TANKS 11.20 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION CENTER TANK(S) - if installed 11.70 11.71 11.72 11.73 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION SCHEMATICS CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ECAM PANEL

ADDITIONAL 11.30 11.31 11.32 11.33

OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION SCHEMATICS CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ECAM

MAINTENANCE 11.80

CONTROLS AND INDICATORS OF CENTER AND TRIM TANKS

DEACTIVATION ENGINES AND APU FUEL FEED 11.40 11.41 11.42 11.43 OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION SCHEMATICS CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ECAM INDICATING 11.90

DESCRIPTION, CONTROLSANDWARNINGS

QUANTITY 11.50 11.51 11.52

OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ECAM

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• The fuel system includes: - Five tanks with two fuel pumps per tank, and a tank vent system, - A tail trim tank fitted with two transfer pumps, - An automatic fuel feed system for engines and APU, - A Fuel Quantity Indicating ( FQI ) System with a dedicated indicator and ECAM system display, - A pressure Hefuel/Defuel system, and associated system controls and indicators. • All fuel is stored in : - two outer and two inner wing tanks, - one center tank. - and one tail trim tank. • Thewing tanks supply the engine on their respective side. The center tank supplies both engines simultaneously. APU fuel is supplied from the left side of the crossfeed manifold. • The engines and APU may be crossfed from any tank. • Wing loading and Center of Gravity consideration require fuel to be used in the following order: - center tank, then - inner tanks, then - from outer tanks. • Thefuel feed sequence is automatically controlled by a Fuel Autofeed system. • Manual control possible. of the fuel feed sequence is

• Supply from the outer ( OUTR TK ) or inner (INR TK ) / center ( CTR TK ) tanks may also be shut off by, electrically controlled Isolation valves ( ISOL VALVES guarded pushbutton switches). • Refueling and defueling is possible using: - External power supply, or - APU power, or - Battery power only, or - External power plugged in (AVAIL but not ON) and MAINT BUS switch ON. • Fuel transfers between wing and center tank are possible on ground only (the TRANSFer VALVE control switch is located on the REFUELDEFUEL panel). R R

• Low pressure fuel supply to the engines and APU may be cut off by three electrically controlled fuel fire shutoff valves (one for each engine and the APU). These valves close when their respective Fire handle is pulled.

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REFUEL SYSTEM REFUEL/DEFUEL LP VALVE LEFT INNER TANK VALVES

TRANSFER

VALVE VALVES

REFUEL/DEFUEL

LP VALVE RIGHT INNER TANK

ISOLATION FORWARD VALVES CENTER TANK

VALVES

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GENERAL • The tanks are baffled to minimize fuel movement in the tank. • Waterdrainvalvesareprovidedto removeaccumulated water from the tanks. • Extra volume in each tank allows some thermal fuel expansion to occur without causing fuel spillage. • A water drain / scavenge system in the outer tanks enables water to be drawn into the engine feed system and consumed. VENT / SURGE SYSTEM • A Vent/surge tank is located at the tip of each wing, and at the RH tip of the horizontal stabilizer • The volume of each wing vent tank is 190 liters ( 50 U.S. Gal. ). - The volume of the tail vent tank is 160 liters (42 U.S Gal). • The vent system prevents tank overpressure during refueling.

• The venttanks provide additional thermal expansion space for fuel from the five main tanks. - Each inner and outer tank is connected to the vent tank located in its respective wing. - The center tank is connected to the left wing vent tank. - The trim tank vents into its own vent tank. • In flight, these tanks are pressurized by ram air through flush NACA intake scoops on the underside of the wings. - This provides positive differential air pressure in the tanks whatever the aircraft attitude. • Fuel in the vent surge tank siphons back to the associated inner wing tank when the fuel level in this tank drops.

• The venttank will overflow overboard if it becomes full. • Additional overpressure protection for each inner, center and vent surge tank is provided in the form of carbon safety discs which rupture if the tank becomes: - overpressurized. ( for example during climb or refueling) - or underpressurized ( for example during descent)

Note: Fuel loss is limited should this occur.
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TANKS CAPACITY USABLE FUEL OUTR I Volume Weight-kg (0,8 kg/I) Weight-Ibs (6,68 Ibs/US Gal) US Gal 4,630 1,222 3,704 8,165 INR 17,570 4,639 14,055 30,988 CTR 17,600 4,646 14,080 31,041 TRIM TK 6,150 1,625 4,920 10,848 TOTAL 68,150 17,993 54,518 120,195

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GENERAL • Each main fuel tank is fitted with two electrical fuel booster pumps (TK PUMPs). • From the fuel tanks, fuel is supplied through four isolation valves (ISOL VALVES) to the left and right sides of the fuel crossfeed line. • Four non-return valves between the ISOL VALVES and the fuel feed line prevent reverse flow of fuel from the fuel feed line to the tanks. • The usual fuel feed sequence starts from the CTR TK, followed by the INR TK, and finally by the OUTR TK but the fuel feed sequence may be manually controlled, as required. FUEL PUMPS • Anyone pump can supply one engine at maximum thrust. • The INR and CTR TK pumps pressure is higher than the OUTR TK pump pressure to ensure that the CTR TK and INR TK supply fuel before the OUTR TK. Note: -At high altitude, if using hot JP4 (JET B), CTR TK pump delivery pressure may momentarily drop below OUTR TKpump pressure, leading to a decrease in outer tank quantity.

• Four electrical ISOL VALVES can be used to shut off fuel supply from their respective fuel tank(s). ISOL VALVES are manually controlled by guarded pushbutton switches on the overhead panel. • OUTER TANK ISOL VALVES: Closing an outer tank ISOL VALVE isolates the associated OUTR TK from the fuel feed line. • INR TK ISOL VALVES: The L INR TK pump, or the R INR TK pump may be isolated from the fuel feed line by closing the associated ISOL VALVE. Note: The CTR TK cannot be isolated by itself.

CROSSFEED VALVE • An electrical fuel crossfeed valve separates or connects the left and right sides of the fuel crossfeed line. • For redundancy, the crossfeed valve is operated by two motors. • Opening the crossfeed valve allows an engine or the APU to be supplied from the opposite side of the fuel crossfeed line. LOW PRESSURE (LP) FUEL/FIRE SHUTOFF VALVES • Pulling an ENG or APU's FIRE handle ( or an APU FIRE auto-shutdown) electricallyclosesthe associated fuel LP VALVE to shut off the fuel supply to the respective engine or to the APU's. • The three fuel LP VALVES are located in each engines pylon and in the APU fuel supply line. • Each engine fuel LP VALVE is operated by two motors. The APU LP VALVE is operated by only one motor.

• CTR and INR TK pumps operation is automatically controlled by the Fuel Autofeed. • OUTR TK pumps operation is only manual: When an OUTR TK pump's pushbutton switch is pressed in, the associated pump operates continuously.

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FUEL AUTOFEED MODE • The fuel Autofeed mode automatically controls the INR TK and CTR TK PUMPs in accordance with the automatic fuel feed sequence. Activation :

• If during descent, CTR TK is feeding (following forward fuel transfer from TRIM TK), 3 minutes after slats extension CTR TK PUMPs are stopped and fuel feed is transferred to : - INR TKs, if not empty, - OUTR TKs, if INR TK are empty. This fuel feed configuration engine shutdown. is maintained until

• To activate the Autofeed mode, at least one PUMP pushbutton switch for each INR TK and CTR TK must be pressed in to the NORM position. ~~~~'!I~~i~_f!l~~ !e_e_d_~ql!e_n_c~_ ~ • If the CTR TK contains fuel, the CTR TK PUMPs are activated, and the INR TK PUMPs are stopped. • At first engine start, the CTR TK is feeding during 3 minutes (if not empty), then the INR TKs are feeding. • After take-off, at slat retraction, CTR TK feeds again until the fuel level uncovers the calibration sensor (approximately 1000 kg/2200 Ibs fuel remaining). • 30 seconds after the CTR TK calibration sensor is dry, the CTR TK PUMPs are stopped and the INR TK PUMPs are activated. - If the fuel level in the CTR TK reaches again the calibration sensor level (for example as a result of forward fuel transfer from the Trim tank), the INR TK PUMPs stop and the CTR TK PUMPs are re-activated. - This process is repeated until the fuel quantity in either INR TK reaches the low level sensor. • 3 minutes after reaching the INR TK low level, INR TK PUMPs are stopped and CTR TK is feeding. • 30 seconds after the CTR TK low level is reached, the CTR TK PUMPs are stopped. • With all CTR TK PUMPs and INR TK PUMPs stopped, the OUTR TKs supply fuel to the engines.

• Once Autofeed mode is activated, Autofeed mode remains active as long as at least one INR TK PUMP in any INR TK and one CTR TK PUMP remains selected (i.e. pushbutton switch in NORM position). Note: -This enables to apply the FUEL X-FEED IN FLiGHTprocedure (for fuel balancing orin case of single engine operation) without deactivating the fuel Autofeed mode. :

Deactivation

• The fuel Autofeed mode can be deactivated by : - selecting all four INR TK PUMP pushbutton switches OFF, or - selecting both CTRTK PUMP pushbutton switches OFF. Note 1: The OUTR TKPUMPs are not controlled by the Autofeed mode, the OUTR TK PUMPs constantly operate whenever their respective pushbutton switches are pressed in. However, the OUTR TK PUMPs cannot supply fuel to the fuel feed line until CTR TK PUMPs and INR TK PUMPs pressure drops below 17 psi. Note 2 : In Autofeed mode, the INR TK PUMPs and CTR TK PUMPs are not activated simultaneously. FUEL FEED MANUAL CONTROL

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FUEL AUTOFEED MODE FAULTS • If the Autofeed sequence does not operate correctly, an AUTO FUEL FEED FAULT is detected and PUMP FAULT lights illuminate on the overhead panel to indicate which pumps must be selected OFF in order to revert to the FUEL FEED MAN CTL mode. • All four INR TK PUMP FAULT lights illuminate: - If both CTR TK PUMPs are not running when commanded to run, or - If an INR TK PUMP is running when commanded to stop. I
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FUEL PUMP POWER SUPPLY
OUTR TK PUMP OUTR TK PUMP

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AVIONICS SMOKE DRILL: • If the SMOKE DRILL procedure is applied, the only pumps still supplied are the L INR TK PUMP 2, R INR TK PUMP 1 and L CTR TK PUMP ( DC ESS and AC ESS remain powered in the SMOKE DRILL configuration ). They are supplied one at a time with the following priority order: INR TK 2L, INR TK 1R, CTR TK L. AC BUS FAILURE: • Loss of one AC BUS does not affect fuel feed because at least one pump in each tank remains supplied, and Autofeed remains active.

DC BUS FAILURE: • Loss of DC NORM ( ESS ) BUS results in the loss of the associated pumps. • If DC NORM ( ESS ) BUS is lost the AC contactor opens and the associated fuel pumps are lost without indication on the pushbutton switches. BATTERY ONLY: • On Battery Only supply, all fuel pumps are lost. ( 3 phase AC power is required to operate the pump motor ). Gravity feeding procedure must be applied.

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(3) ISOL VALVES pushbutton switches: • These four guarded pushbutton switches control the position of the related tank ISOL VALVES. Note: The inner tank ISOL VALVESalso shut off fuel supply from the respective CTR TK PUMPS.

Green Flowbar illuminated ( Pushbutton switch pressed in ) - Valve is open.

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OFF ( White:

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• Each of the four pushbutton switches controls an OUTR TK PUMP. • No light ( Pushbutton switch pressed in ) - Pump operates continuously. - Fuel is supplied from the outer tank only when inner and center tank pumps pressure drops. • LO PR ( Amber: in ) Pushbutton switch pressed

(1) ENG 1, APU, ENG 2 LP VALVES Annunciators: • The annunciators display the position of the associated FUEL LP VALVE (fire shutoff valve). • Green Flowbar illuminated - Valve is open. • SHUT ( Amber) - Valve is closed (FIRE handle pulled). (2) X FEED Valve pushbutton switch : • Controls the position of the fuel crossfeed valve. The pushbutton switch includes two green position indicating flowbars (in- line and cross-line) . • Cross-line flowbar illuminated ( Pushbutton switch released-out) - Valve is closed. • In-line flowbar illuminated. ( Pushbutton switch pressed in ) - Valve is open.

- Illuminates in case of pump low pressure due to pump failure or fuel starvation. Note: -• The La PR light is inhibited when the pump is switched OFF. Pushbutton switch released out)

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OFF (White:

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VALVE

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-

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L (OR R) INR TK PUMPS 1 AND 2 FAULT L (OR R) INR TK PUMP 1 OR 2 FAULT (OTHER PUMP OFF) BOTH PUMPS LO PR (OR ONE PUMP LO PR AND OTHER PUMP 5 OFF) IN SAME INNER TANK. BUT RELATED TANK NOT EMPTY
-

I-ECAM
-

I BOTH PUMPS LO PR (OR ONE 6 PUMP LO PR AND OTHER PUMP OFF) IN SAME INNER TANK AND RELATED TANK - EMPTY IS

1 INR TK PUMP 2 FAULT FAULT

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ELEC PWR ON SECOND ENGINE START

T --

FIRST ENGINE T.O. POWER

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400Ft

--'--'-'-'--'-

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70Kt

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1 2 3
4

5 6

Mod:

5051

6GM

for training only

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TR.AINING

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FUEL SYSTEM
ENGINES AND APU FUEL FEED ECAM

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1.11.43

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PAGE 3

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ECAM WARNING

FAULT

LOCAL WARNING LIGHTS

L (OR R) OUTER TK PUMP 1 (2)

LO PR

I 1 OUTR TK PUMP 2 I

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ECAM
-

I MASTER I
---ICAUTION I

I 1 OUTR TK PUMP 2 I

~------------------~
AUTO FUEL FEED FAULT CENTER TANK EMPTY, INNER TANKS NOT EMPTY AND EITHER' 3 . L OR R CTR TK PUMP RUNNING, OR L OR R INR TK PUMPS NOT RUNNING

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AUTOMATIC FLIGHT PHASE INHIBITION

400Ft

400Ft

70Kt

5 Mn LATER

* INHIBITED

2 3

* *
IF PUMP PUSHBUTTON SWITCH SELECTED OFF

* *

2 3

Mod:

5051

+

5562

+

6519

6GM

for training only

AI / V-F 1000

AIRBeR

TR.AINING

~
FLIGHT

'~n~~~R-

600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
ENGINES AND APU FUEL FEED ECAM

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INTENTIONALLY

LEFT BLANK

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TR.AINING

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600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
QUANTITY INDICATING OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION

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1.11.50

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PAGE 1 REV 23 ISEQ

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100

GENERAL
• Each tank has several fuel quantity probes. • Volumetric fuel quantity information from tank probes is processed by a Fuel Quantity Indicating ( FQI ) computer, and adjusted using data from: - A fuel specific gravity sensor, ( called a Cadensicon ),which samples fuel during refueling to provide the specific gravity ( SG ), - An attitude sensor which provides pitch attitude and bank angles, and - A compensator probe in each tank which senses the dielectric characteristic of the fuel in the tank. • Calculated tank fuel quantities are displayed on ECAM Fuel Page, on the FUEL QTY indicators on the overhead panel and on the external refuel defuel panel. FUEL QTY

• The CTR/TT value is the sum of the Center and Trim Tank fuel quantity.

Note:

When installed, the Additional Center Tanks fuel quantities are added to the CTR/TT value

• T. FUEL ( kg x 1000 ( Ibs x 1000 ) total fuel ) indication is always presented at the bottom right side of the ECAM MEMO page. • This fuel quantity information is also used during refueling to closethe refuelvalves when a preselected fuel quantity is reached. • Magnetic fuel quantity indicators are installed in the bottom of each fuel tank to provide manual back-up for measuring tank fuel quantity on the ground ( for example when there is no electrical power on the aircraft or when the FQI of a tank has failed ).

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FLIGHT COMPARTMENT INDICATOR

1000

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REFUEL DEFUEL PANEL

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Note:

The fuel quantity is displayed Kg x 1000 or in 1bs x 1000

in
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ATTITUDE SENSOR

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FUEL SPECIFIC GRAVITY SENSOR

FUEL PROBES INPUTS (VOLUMETRIC FUEL QUANTITY) FROM EACH FUEL TANK

Mod:

4801 or 6875 or (4801

+

6875)

6GM

for training only

AI / V-F 1000

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TR.AINING

~
FLIGHT

'~n~~~R-

600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
QUANTITY INDICATING OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION

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600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
QUANTITY INDICATING CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

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1.11.51

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PAGE 1

REV 29 ISEQ 300

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FUEL QTY INDICATOR (See PULL-OUT PAGE) (1) OUTR, INR, and CTR/TT Tank FUEL QTY Indicators: • The FUELOTY Indicator (FOI)displays the calculated fuel quantity in each tank ( Ib x 1000 or kg x 1000) to within ± 10 kg (Ib) per tank. The CTR/TT display indicates the sum of the CTR TK and TRIM TK fuel quantities. R R R R R R R • A dash (-) may be displayed instead of the last digit of an indicator due to minor computational degradation. This dash indicates that the quantity indication accuracy is degraded to within ± 100 kg (Ib) of the associated tank capacity. When it occurs, the quantity indication accuracy is fully serviceable. • In case offailure of the fuel specific gravity sensor, the code LA (Lower Accuracy) is displayed during the annunciator light test. (2) OUTR Tank LO LVL Warning Lights:

FF/FU INDICATORS

• The LO LVL light illuminates red, with ECAM activation, when approximately 900 kg (2000 Ib) of fuel remain in the associated OUTR tank. Note: During pitch attitude changes,or ifdecelerating, -the LO LVL lights may illuminate at a higher fuel quantity.

'-------- (2)---_J

• A fuel Flow ( FF ) / Fuel Used ( FU ) indicator is provided for each engine. (1) FF indication: • The engine fuel flow is indicated by a pointer. The scale is graduated in thousands of kg/h ( lb/h ). (2) FU Counter: • The total Fuel Used by the engine is digitally indicated in thousands of kg ( Ib ). • The FU indication is reset to 0 when the engine is started, on the ground only, when start valve opens.

Mod:

4801

+

6606

+

6875

6GM

for training only

AI / V-F 1000

AIRBeR

TR.AINING

~
FLIGHT

'~n~~~R-

600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
QUANTITY INDICATING CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

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FUEL SYSTEM
QUANTITY INDICATING ECAM
ECAM SYSTEM DISPLAY

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1.11.52

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PAGE 1

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(G) (G)

REV 29 ISEQ 200

ENG!
R

APU

FUEL
/

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(3)

(1) CENTER AND TRIM TANK fuel quantity (2) OUTER and INNER TANK fuel quantity

ENG2

• When fuel imbalance between the wing tanks exceeds 3000 kg (6700 lbs), the fuel quantity indications on the heavy side flash. (3) TOTAL FUEL quantity (G)

ECAM WARNING

LOGIC

FAULT

LOCAL WARNING LIGHTS

ECAM WARNING

ECAM OUTR TK LO LEVEL FUEL REMAINING IN CORRESPONDING OUTER TANK IS BELOW 900 Kg (2000 lbs) FUEL QUANTITY
1--------1

LVL

ELEC PWR

400Ft

400Ft

70Kt

5 Mi n LATER

Mod: 4801

+

5051

6GM

for training only

AI / V-F 1000

AIRBeR

TR.AINING

~
FLIGHT

'~n~~~R-

600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
QUANTITY INDICATING ECAM

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FUEL SYSTEM
REFUEL / DEFUEL SYSTEM OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION

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1.11.60

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PAGE 1 REV 23 ISEQ

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100

GENERAL • Refueling and defueling is controlled from a REFUEL DEFUEL panel located on the lower right side of the fuselage near the air conditioning pack outlet. • Two standard REFUEL DEFUEL couplings are mounted under each wing, outboard of the engine. • The REFUEL DEFUEL VALVES are electrically commanded andtheyopen byfuel muscle pressure. REFUEL DEFUEL VALVES have mechanical controls to allow them to be manually opened if electrical power is not available Topurge the REFUELDEFUELmanifold after refueling, when the L INR TKPUMP 1 and/or the R INR TK PUMP 2 are turned on, a drain valve opens to drain fuel trapped in the REFUEL DEFUEL line into the respective inner tank. If either of these pumps are operated during refueling or defueling, fuel will enter the respective inner tank through this drain valve, resulting in loading more fuel than preselected. This can lead to fuel spillage when the inner tanks are full. AUTOMATIC PRESSURE REFUELING

• Complete main tanks refueling takes approximately 25 minutes depending on refuel pressure. (Maximum fuel pressure is 50 PSI) • Each tank has a high level sensor which closes the tank's REFUELDEFUELVALVE when the fuel level reaches the sensor.

• The center tank has a pressure relief valve which automatically opens when the REFUEL DEFUEL panel door is open. This valve allows excess center tank fuel to overflow into the right inner tank if the center tank overfills. • If this valve is not open, it is not possible to refuel or defuel the center tank. ALTERNATE GRAVITY REFUELING • The individual wing tanks may also be gravity refueled by removing fuel caps on top of the wings. • To refuel the center tank in this manner, the fuel transfer procedure must be applied.

Note: --

• A fuel quantity preselector on the REFUELDEFUEL panel is used to preset the desired fuel load. • The required fuel load is distributed with the following priority: outer, inner, then center tanks. • The automatic refueling sequence simultaneously refuel all tank requiring fuel (based on above refuel priority). • Tank refueling is automatically stopped by the FQI when the preset quantity is reached. • As a backup of the automatic system, refueling may be manually controlled by placing each tank's REFUEL DEFUEL VALVES switch to OPEN or SHUT as required.

Mod:

4388

6GM

for training only

AI / V-F 1000

AIRBeR

TR.AINING

~
FLIGHT

'~n~~~R-

600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
REFUEL / DEFUEL SYSTEM OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION

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FUEL TRANSFER • Fuel transfer between main tanks is possible on the ground only. - On the REFUEL DEFUEL panel: • The TRANSF VALVE guarded toggle switch must be in the OPEN position. • The REFUEL DEFUEL VALVES guarded toggle switches of all tanks except the receiving tank must be in the SHUT position. • The REFUEL DEFUEL VALVES guarded toggle switch of any receiving tank must be in the OPEN position. - The supplying TK PUMP's must be operating. • Fuel is pumped from the supplying tank into the fuel crossfeed line. • From the crossfeed line, fuel goes through the TRANSF VALVE into the refuel I defuel line. • From the refuel Idefuelline, fuel enters the receiving tank through the associated REFUEL VALVE. R R R Note: -If less than 400 kg (880Ib) is transferred to the right inner tank, a dash will be displayed on the last digit of both inner tanks FQI.

6GM

for training only

AI / V-F 1000

AIRBeR

TR.AINING

~
FLIGHT

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MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
REFUEL / DEFUEL SYSTEM OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION

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DEFUELING • Defueling can be performed by use of the fuel TK PUMP's with the TRANSF VALVE open and / or by suction applied at the REFUEL DEFUEL couplings. POWER SUPPLY FOR REFUELING/DEFUELING • When the REFUEL DEFUEL panel door is open, refueling sources: - APU GEN or EXT PWR ON. - Aircraft not powered but: ( AVAIL but not ON ), and but: electrical power can be obtained from three

• EXT PWR plugged - Aircraft not powered

• MAINT BUS switch ON.

• REFUEL DEFUEL Panel PWR SUPPLY switch in the BAT position. Note: -The aircraft Battery 1 supplies the DC Fueling Bus only ( not the DC ESS BUS) and supplies the AC Fueling Bus through the Emergency Inverter.

TANK REFUEL VALVES REFUEL COUPLINGS

TANK REFUEL VALVES REFUEL COUPLI NGS

A

~

DIFFUSER

TANS FER REFUEL VALVE

TO ENGINE FEED SYSTEM

Mod:

4388

+

4801

6GM

for training only

AI / V-F 1000

AIRBeR

TR.AINING

~
FLIGHT

'~n~~~R-

600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
REFUEL / DEFUEL SYSTEM OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION

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REFUEL / DEFUEL SYSTEM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

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100

A. REFUEL/DEFUEL PANEL

~

~

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L OUTER TK

(2)
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OUTR

THIGH

LEVEL

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FUEL QTY
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PWR SUPPLY
NORM ~CLOSED @OPEN BAT OPEN

(1) Fuel Quantity

Preselector :

(4) HIGH LEVEL Indicator Lights (Blue) : • Illuminates when fuel level reaches the associated tank's high level sensor. - The corresponding REFUEL DEFUEL VALVE closes automatically, unless the MODE SELECTORswitch is set to DEFUEL. • Pressing the light illuminates the light ( to test the light bulb ). (5) Land Rand TT OVERFLOW Warning Lights: • Illuminates amber when the overflow sensor in the related vent surge tank is wet. • Pressing the light illuminates the light ( to test the light bulb ). (6) TEST Pushbutton Switch:

• PRESELECTEDfuel quantity knob and display: - The total fuel quantity for automatic refueling is set using this preselector. - The display indicates the total fuel quantity preselected, in thousands of kg ( Ibs ). - The PULL-TO-SET knob must be pulled and then turned to preselect the desired quantity. • ACTUAL fuel quantity display: - Indicates the actual fuel quantity in thousands of kg ( Ibs ). (2) FUEL QTY Switch • Enables to select, on the FUEL OTY indicator, the fuel quantity indication of the CTR (TK) or TT or CTR (TK) & TT. (3) FUEL QTY Indicator: • Same indicator as used on the cockpit overhead panel. Note: CTR/TT indication depends on (2).

• Pressing this pushbutton tests the high level and overflow sensors : - The test is successful when all HIGH LEVEL lights and all three OVERFLOWlights illuminate. • The fuel quantity indications are also tested : - The test is successful if B's are displayed in all positions of the FUEL OTY indicator, and on the PRESELECTEDand ACTUAL quantity displays.

R

Mod:

4801

6GM

for training only

AI / V-F 1000

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TR.AINING

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MANUAL

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REFUEL / DEFUEL SYSTEM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

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100

PWR SUPPLY
A NORM

TRANSF VALVE
ACLOSED@ OPEN

B_. ~~::~r:s~::~AL~~::~rs~::~ALr:s~::~~~::~ r
REFUEL OFF

.-------REFUEL

DEFUEL VALVES------

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lU

BAT

lU

OPEN

A:~ EoMERGENCY
DOWN

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~SHUT

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~SHUT

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(9)

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t

(11)

(10)

(7)

(8)

(7) TRANSF VALVE guarded toggle switch: • This switch controls the Defuel Transfer Valve that connects the fuel crossfeed and the REFUEL DEFUEL lines. • OPEN: The valve is open, fuel can be transferred or defuelled. The OPEN white light is illuminated. CLOSED: Normal position, valve closed.

(10) REFUEL DEFUEL VALVES guarded toggle switches: • These toggle switches control the REFUELDEFUEL VALVES for each individual tank. Switches are guarded in the NORMAL position, which is the position used for automatic refueling. Note: For manual REFUEL: TRIM TK valve will not open unless CTR TK valve is also selected OPEN or both INNER TK high level sensors are wet. For DEFUEL, with fuel in TRIM TK, CTR TK cannot be defuelled unless TRIM TK also selected. (11) MODE SELECTOR guarded toggle switch: • Controls the activation of the automatic refueling system or the operation of the REFUEL DEFUEL VALVES toggle switches. Note: -Automatic refueling may not be successfully completed if any REFUEL DEFUEL VALVES toggle switch is not in the NORMAL position.

(8) APU EMERGENCY SHUT DOWN pushbutton switch ( momentary action guarded) : • Pressing this pushbutton switch shuts down the APU ( normally used in case of fuel spillage ). (9) PWR SUPPLY guarded toggle switch: • This toggle switch controls the REFUEL DEFUEL system power supply mode. • NORM: System can be powered by external power or the APU generator.

BAT: System is powered by BAT 1 and by the emergency inverter.

R

Mod:

4801

6GM

for training only

AI / V-F 1000

AIRBeR

TR.AINING

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FLIGHT

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600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
REFUEL / DEFUEL SYSTEM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

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MODE SELECTOR

REFUEL DEFUEL VALVES switch position OPEN • REFUELDEFUELVALVE opens until the corresponding high level sensor is wet. NORMAL • REFUELDEFUELVALVE is operated by the automatic refueling system • The valve will close if its high level sensor is wet, or if signaled to close by the FQI. SHUT • REFUEL DEFUEL VALVE is closed.

switch position
REFUEL

OFF DEFUEL

• REFUEL DEFUEL VALVES are closed and the REFUEL DEFUEL VALVES toggle switches are inoperative . • REFUELDEFUELVALVE is open. • REFUEL DEFUEL VALVE is closed.

R

STD or Mod : 6292

+

12069

6GM

for training only

AI / V-F 1000

AIRBeR

TR.AINING

~
FLIGHT

'~n~~~R-

600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
REFUEL / DEFUEL SYSTEM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

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REFUEL / DEFUEL SYSTEM MANUAL FUEL GAUGING SYSTEM
MANUAL MAGNETIC

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FUEL STICKS

1.11.62

CREW OPERATING

PAGE 1

I SEQ 001

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GENERAL • The system is made up of: - Manual Magnetic fuel sticks for measurement of fuel depth in each tank, and - An attitude indicator to measure the aircraft pitch attitude and roll angle. - These two values are used to determine the actual fuel quantity based on the fuel quantity charts and on the specific gravity of the fuel.
2
1 3 2 1 eTR 1 2 3 1

• Location: - 2 in each outer tank, - 3 in each inner tank, - 1 in the center tank. • When the stick is unlocked, the fuel stick can be slowly pulled down. • When the fuel stick is stopped by the float magnet, fuel depth can be read on the stick's scale. Note: -Do not use excessive force when pulling the fuel stick down, as this will pull the fuel stick past the float magnet and allow the fuel stick to hit its lower mechanical stop.

2

FUEL STICK MAGNET

READ STICK GRADUATIONS~ AT BOTTOM OF TUBE FUEL STICK

'r

I

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LOCKED POSITION

6GM

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REFUEL / DEFUEL SYSTEM MANUAL FUEL GAUGING SYSTEM

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ATTITUDE INDICATOR • The attitude indicator located in the main landing gear bay has 2 level-type gauges. • Each level gauge is fitted with : - a scale to measure the pitch attitude or roll angle, and - a sliding cursor scale. • Determination of aircraft attitude : - The sliding cursor (1) is manually positioned over the center of the bubble. - The center pointer of the sliding cursor (2) indicates the aircraft pitch attitude (or roll angle) on the fixed scale (for example 1° 5 nose up on the picture ).

(1)

(2)

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310

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110

do

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BUBBLE

6GM

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MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
CG CONTROL SYSTEM OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION
CGCC MODES

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1.11.70

CREW OPERATING

PAGE 1 REV 25 ISEQ

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GENERAL • The trim tank system is installed in order to : - Increase the fuel tank capacity. - Decrease the fuel consumption by reducing drag during cruise, by maintaining the aircraft Center of Gravity (CG) close to the certified aft limit. • To maintain the CG target, fuel is transfered aft from the Center or Inner tanks to the Trim tank, or forward from the Trim tank to the Center tank. - Aft transfer is controlled by the Center of Gravity Control Computer (CGCC). - Forward transfer is controlled by the CGCC, or can be manually selected on the fuel panel. • An independent monitoring of the CG is provided by the FWC, and is based on the THS position. It signals to the CGCC if the CG is to far aft and provides ECAM warnings. CGCC FUNCTIONS The CGCC has three main functions. • The CGCC computes the aircraft CG and Gross Weight (GW) which are displayed on the ECAM. The CG and GW calculation is based on : - Zero Fuel CG (ZFCG) and Zero Fuel Weight (ZFW) entered by the crew on the FMS CDU. - Fuel quantity in each tank provided by the FOI. - Aircraft pitch provided by the IRS. • Monitoring the aircraft CGand maintaining the CG target. • Controlling fuel transfer to and from the Trim tank in order to maintain the CG target. This function is only active if at least one TRIM TK PUMP pushbutton switch is selected ON, and the MODE selector is in the AUTO position.

The CGCC has three modes of operation. Normal Mode • The CG control is fully automatic and maintains the CG close to the target. Alternate Mode • CG control is fully automatic, but fuel aft transfers are stopped. • Fuel in the Trim tank will transfered forward in steps. automatically be

• An ECAM status message is displayed : FUEL TRIM TANK AFT XFR NOT AVAIL • No crew action is required. Fault Mode • The automatic CG control is lost, and crew must manually transfer the Trim tank fuel forward. • An ECAM caution is displayed : FUEL TRIM TANK SYS FAULT PROC TRIM TANK SYS FAULT • The crew must apply the TRIM TK SYS FAULT ORH procedure.

Mod:

4801

6GM

for training only

AI / V-F 1000

AIRBeR

TR.AINING

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600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
CG CONTROL SYSTEM OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION
Above FL 205

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CG TARGET • The CG target (computed by the CGCC) depends on the aircraft Gross Weight, as illustrated hereafter:
CENTER OF GRAVITY TARGET

• Automatic aft and forward transfers are controlled by the CGCC.The CG is maintained 0.5 % forward of the C.G. target. • If the CG target cannot be reached due to a full Trim tank, CG control is interrupted and resumed automatically once the CG target is reached by fuel consumption. • Aft transfer is performed from either the Center tank or Inner tanks.

35%

30%

200 90

250

300

350

(10001bs) 170 (tons)

AIC
TOTAL WEIGHT

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(2) Nominal

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CG target when one OUTRTK< 3 tons (66001 b)

Once the Inner tanks are empty, the CG target is no longer maintained and the CGCC controls forward transfer to maintain the Center tank between 500 kg (1100 Ib) and 1700 kg (3800 Ib) until the Trim tank is empty. Descent below FL 200 • The CGCCinitiates a fast forward transfer in order to empty the Trim tank. • If the forward CG limit is reached or the Center tank is full, forward transfer is suspended. • When the landing gear is down, the TRIM TK ISOL VALVE is automatically closed. Note: -If the whole flight is performed below FL 200, the CG will be controlled between 33.6 % and 35 %, depending on the aircraft Gross Weight and no automatic forward transfer is initiated at landing. In this case, the crew must check the Trim tank quantity prior to descent and select TRIM TK MODE pushbutton switch to FWD. The maximum quantity in the Trim tank for landing is 2000 kg (4400 Ib).

New CG target

• The CG target is shifted forward in the following cases: - 1.5 % more forward in case of manual FWD transfer in flight (for more than 10 seconds) or in case of degraded accuracy of FQI data, - 1.5 % more forward if one OUTR TK quantity is below 3 tons (6 600 Ib) at 90 tons (198400 Ib), 0.8 % more forward at 170.5 t (375 900 lb). with a linear variation in between. Note: A STATUS message is displayed on the ECAM.

C.G. CONTROL • When the slats are retracted after takeoff, the TRIM TK ISOL VALVE automatically opens to allow fuel transfers to and from the trim tank. In Climb below FL 205 • No aft transfer occurs, the CG target is used only to start a forward transfer.

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FUEL TRANSFER SYSTEM • The trim tank transfer pipe connects the trim tank to the engine feed gallery and refuel gallery. • At the trim tank the pipe is isolated by the TRIM TK ISOL VALVE. • This valve is automatically controlled: - It will be closed on ground, except when the refuel panel is powered. - In flight the TRIM TK ISOL VALVE opens at SLATS retraction and closes again at landing gear extension. The TRIM TK ISOL VALVE will also open whenever TRIM TK MODE is selected FWD. • The TRIM TK ISOL VALVE can also be selected closed, using its guarded pushbutton, this should not be used during flight. Aft Transfer • Fuel is supplied by the center or inner tanks, dependent on the autofeed control system. • The transfer is controlled by the CGCC through two AFT TRANSFER VALVES which will be opened separately by the CGCCif inner tank fuel imbalance is more than 200 kg (440 Ibs). • Manual aft transfer is not possible. • Aft transfer rate isapprox 150 kg/min (330 Ibs/min). Forward Transfer

• If this automatic mode is not available, fuel can be transferred forward manually: - Selects FWD on the TRIM TK MODE pushbutton switch. In this case, the Trim tank pumps are activated and the FORWARD TRANSFER VALVE and the AUXILIARY FORWARD TRANSFER VALVE open (fast forward transfer). - FWD mode must be deselected and Trim tank pumps turned off once the Trim tank is empty. • Forward transfer can also be performed by gravity. Transfer Rates TRANSFER AFT Automatic FWD Fast FWD Manual FWD Gravity FWD in cruise Gravity FWD in descent TRANSFER RATE 150 kg/min (330 Ib/min) 120 kg/min (265 Ib/min) 450 kg/min (990 Ib/min) 450 kg/min (990 Ib/min) 100 kg/min (220 Ib/min) 125 kg/min (275 Ib/min)

• FWD transfer is only possible from Trim tank to Center tank. • The CGCC activates the Trim tank pumps and opens the FORWARD TRANSFER VALVE (plus the AUXILIARY FORWARD TRANSFER VALVE for fast forward transfer).

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FORWARD TRANSFER FUNCTIONS FAILURE TYPE 1 ZFCG in Zone A Two-step fuel transfer: ZFCG in Zone B One step transfer:

- 3 tons (6 600 Ib) transferred from Trim tank - Whole Trim tank fuel is transferred to center to Center tank tank as soon as failure is detected. - Remaining Trim tank fuel is transferred as soon as Inner tank pumps are running. TYPE 2 Two-step fuel transfer: Multiple-step transfer: - When Center tank fuel decreases below 10.8 - First transfer is initiated as soon as failure is tons (23 810 Ib), 3 tons (6 600 Ib) are detected. transferred from Trim tank to Center tank. - When Center tank fuel quantity increases - Remaining Trim tank fuel is transferred as above 13.8tons (30430 lb), transfer is stopped. soon as Inner tank pumps are running. - When Center tank fuel quantity decreases below 12.8tons (28 200 lb),transfer is resumed until fuel quantity in Center tank reaches 13.8 tons (30 430 Ib). - The process is repeated until Trim tank is empty.

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CGCC ALTERNATE MODE • Somefailures causesthe CGCCto enterin alternate mode. • This mode only controls the forward transfer to ensure that the CG is maintained within safe limits, and prevents a CTR TK overfilling. • With the following failures the alternate mode initiates a normal forward transfer (alternate mode 1) : - Both ADC fail, - Both Fuel Flow Indicators fail, - FOI fails, - FOI/CGCC monitor discrepancy, - Restart after power down (at least 200 ms) in flight, - One OUTR TK below 1 600 kg (3500 Ib) and trim tank above 200 kg (440 Ib). • With the following failures the alternate mode initiates a fast forward transfer (alternate mode
2) :

- Refuel transfer valve fails to open or to close, - FWD transfer control valve fails to open or to close, - One aft transfer valve fails to open or to close, - Both Trim tank pumps fail. Note 1: The message: FUEL TRIM TANK AFT XFR NOT AVAIL is displayed on the left ECAM CRT. Note 2: Fuel is automatically transfered forward --from the Trim tank in steps. No crew action is required.

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CGCC FAULT MODE • The following conditions cause the CGCCto enter the FAULT mode with no automatic forward fuel transfer: - CGCC internal failure, - No initial ZFW or ZFCG after take-off, - CG aft of target CG above FL 200, - Detected failure during manual operation, - Detected transfer system faults during alternate mode 1, - Detected FQI faults during alternate mode 2, - No transfer if FWD transfer commanded, - Undetected jamming of transfer control or auxiliary transfer valve. MANUAL MODE • The CGCCcan be overridden by selecting manually FWD transfer on the MODE pushbutton switch. • A fast forward transfer is initiated regardless of CGCC commands and of the CTR TK high levels signals. • The CGCC automatic functions can be resumed if AUTO is selected again on the MODE pushbutton switch. INDEPENDENT AFT CG WARNING • An Aft CG monitoring is provided in order to prevent from undetected failure of the CGCC. • The calculation is independent from the CGCC and is performed by the FWC, considering the position of the trimmable horizontal stabilizer. • The independent aft CG monitor has two thresholds as shown in the following graph:

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(1) AFT CG : 39 % • An amber caution "AFT CENTER OF GRAVITY" is displayed on the left ECAM CRT if the CG exceeds 39 %. (2) EXCESS AFT CG : 41 % • A red warning "EXCESS AFT CG" is displayed on the left ECAM CRT if the CG exceeds 41 %.

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ZFW AND ZFCG MONITORING • On ground, the CGCC monitors the ZFW and the ZFCG received from the FMS. • An ECAM caution is generated in the following cases: - If the difference between values received from FMS 1 and FMS 2 exceeds a certain tolerance (in case of FMS independent operation). - If only one FMS is operative, the CGCC accepts the first insertion of the ZFW but the next change in ZFW or ZFCG will lead to the display of ZFW or ZFCG DISAGREE message (as there is no possibility of cross check with other FMS). Note: -The ECAM message is : FUEL ZFW or ZFCG DISAGREE PROC TRIM TK SYS INIT • The flight crew must follow the TRIM TK SYS INIT procedure. • If there is still a discrepancy, the CG control system should not be used and Trim tank pumps selected OFF.

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REFUEL DOOR OPEN

LANDING GEAR DOWN LOCKED

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CGCC OUTPUTS

ARE ACHI EVED WHEN:

• ONE OR BOTH TRIM AND • THE MODE SELECTOR

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(2) TRIM TK PUMP 1 (or 2) Pushbutton
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• The TRIM TK PUMPS are activated according to the CGCC logic or if TRIM TK MODE pushbutton switch is selected FWD. • CGCC control is enabled if at least one TRIM TANK PUMP is selected. • LO PR (Amber) :

(1) TRIM TK MODE Pushbutton • AUTO:

Switch

• Illuminates if a TRIM TK PUMP LO PR is detected. • OFF (white) :

• In flight, CG is automatically controlled by the CGCC (provided one TRIM TK PUMP at least is selected and the TRIM TK ISOL VALVE pushbutton switch is selected to AUTO). • FAULT light (Amber) :

• The TRIM TK PUMP is deactivated. • If both TRIM TK PUMPs are selected OFF, the CGCC control is disabled. • No automatic transfers will occur, CGCCmonitoring and warnings are still available. • Manual FWD transfer is available. (3) TRIM TK ISOL VALVE Pushbutton • AUTO: Switch

• Illuminates when: - the CGCC detects a TRIM TANK system fault, - an AFT CG or EXCESS AFT CG warning occurs, - TRIM TANK ISOL VALVE is not open with landing gear up and slats retracted, - TRIM TK PUMPS 1+2 LO PR and TRIM TK not empty for more than 40 seconds. • FWD (white) :

• The valve is open or closed (OFF) depending on the opening/closing logic. • Flow bar (green) : R R R R R

• Fuel is transfered forward, provided that the TRIM TK ISOL VALVE pushbutton switch is selected to AUTO. • Both the Forward Transfer Valve and Auxiliary Forward Transfer Valve open. TRIM TANK PUMPS are activated to run (if selected), otherwise the transfer takes place by gravity.

• Steady when the valve is open. • Flashing during valve transit. • OFF (white) :

• The valve is closed.

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AFT transfer FAULT or not allowed

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FAULT

LOCAL WARNING LIGHT

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CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

• Changeover offuel quantity indicator operation from channel 2 to channel 1. (2) FAULT SIM Indicator • Each FAULT light illuminates when a failure is detected in the corresponding channel of the FOI. (3) SYS MONITOR Pushbutton Switch • Normal (Pushbutton switch released-out) - No test performed. • TEST (Pushbutton switch depressed-in) - The light illuminates white. FUELOTY indicator displays a code indicating the detected failure. (1) LO LVL TEST AND FAULT SIM Selector (spring loaded center off toggle switch) • LO LVL TEST - When the switch is held in the L position, the left outer tank low level sensors are simulated in the uncovered condition. The LH red LO legend in the fuel quantity indicator will come on if the test is successful. - When the switch is held in the R position, the right outer tank low level sensors are simulated in the uncovered condition. The RH red LO legend in the fuel quantity indicator will come on if test is successful. • FAULT SIM TEST - When the switch is held in the chan 1 position a fault is introduced into the channel 1 of the fuel quantity computer. This will cause: • CHAN 1 white FAULTlegend in the annunciator adjacent to the switch to illuminate. • Changeover offuel quantity indicator operation from channel 1 to channel 2. - When the switch is held in the 2 position, a fault is introduced into channel 2 of the fuel quantity computer. This will cause: • CHAN 2 white FAULTlegend in the annunciator adjacent to the switch to illuminate. •

FAULT - The light illuminates white if afailure is detected by the incorporated BITE.

(4) CGCC FAULT light • Illuminates white if a CGCC fault is detected. Note: -A reset of CGCC is only possible if the CGCC bite has been read.

(5) LP VALVE ENG 1 (2) FAULT Light • Illuminates in case of failure of one of the two contactors of the corresponding FIRE HANDLE. (6) CTR TK RELIEF VALVE light • OPEN - The light illuminates 60 seconds after REFUEL/ DEFUEL panel access door is opened. - The light extinguishes 60 seconds after REFUEL/ DEFUEL panel access door is closed. SHUT - The light illuminates 60 seconds after REFUEL/ DEFUEL panel access door is closed. - The lights extinguishes 60 secondsafterREFUEU DEFUEL panel access door is opened.

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TR.AINING

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600
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FUEL SYSTEM
MAINTENANCE PANEL

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AI / V-F 1000

AIRBeR

TR.AINING

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'~n~~~R-

600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
DEACTIVATION OF CENTER AND TRIM TANKS DESCRIPTION CONTROLS AND WARNINGS

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AI / V-F 1000

AIRBeR

TR.AINING

~
FLIGHT

'~n~~~R-

600
MANUAL

FUEL SYSTEM
DEACTIVATION OF CENTER AND TRIM TANKS DESCRIPTION CONTROLS AND WARNINGS

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1.11.90

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AI / V-F 1000

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