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1.13.00

CONTENTS

REV 05 ISEQ 000

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13.10 GENERAL

13.20 WING ANTI-ICE

13.30 ENGINE ANTI-ICE

13.40 WINDOW

HEAT

13.50 PROBE HEAT

13.60 RAIN PROTECTION

13.70 ICE DETECTION (IF INSTALLED)

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13.80 MAINTENANCE

PANEL

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DESCRIPTION

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REV 12 ISEQ 000

The ice and rain protection system permits aircraft operation without restriction by icing conditions or heavy rain. Aircraft ice protection is provided by heating of critical areas using hot air or electrical power. Hot air heated areas : - Part of center and outer slats of each wing, - Engine air intakes. Electrical heated areas: - Front windshields for ice protection, side windows for defogging, - Probes, pitot tubes and static ports, - Waste water drain masts. For hot air heating the engines supply bleed air. APU bleed air may be used as an alternate source for wing anti-ice. For electrical heating the power is supplied by AC BUS 1 AC BUS 2, DC NORM BUS and DC ESS BUS.

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Rain removal from the front windshields is achieved by windshield wipers and, in heavy rain only, by the rain repellent fluid system.

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1.13.20

CREW OPERATING

PAGE 1

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REV 21 ISEQ 000

Ice protection for the wings is ensured by heating of the leading edges of center slats (outer half) and outer slats (full length). Hot air, supplied by engines or APU (up to 15 000 ft) is ducted in each wing, from the fixed leading edge supply duct into the outer slat through a telescopic tube. Then the air is distributed along this slat by a piccolo tube, and also into the center slat piccolo tube, by a flexible connection across the slats gap. At last, the air, after having heated the concerned slats, exhaust overboard through vent holes distributed along the slat rear skin. Each wing is equipped with two anti-ice solenoid controlled, pneumatically operated shutoff valves, normal and alternate, arranged in parallel. - With engine bleed air supply, only one valve is active, as selected, - With APU bleed air supply, both valves are active regardless of mode selection. A flow limiting restrictor is fitted downstream valve. of each

If during operation on engine bleed air an anti-ice valve fails to open, the other valve can be selected for operation. Without electrical or pneumatic supply the valves are spring loaded closed. The wing anti-ice valves will close automatically if : - an engine FIRE handle is pulled while the AIR BLEED X-FEED valve is closed, - the main landing gear struts are compressed (weight on wheels), - air bleed supply pressure < 10 psi. On the ground, if the wing anti-ice system is selected ON, overheating of the slat structure is prevented by means of a time delay relay which limits the valve opening time to 10 seconds during the test operation. R

When WING ANTI ICE SUPPLY is switched ON, a signal is passed to the pneumatic system which increases the hot air temperature at the precooler outlet (22rC instead of 17rC), and if operating on APU bleed air, the APU flow will be increased.

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AUG 83

1.13.20

CREW OPERATING

PAGE 2

I SEQ 000

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GENERAL ARRANGEMENT

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ARRANGEMENT AND LOGIC

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AUG 83

1.13.20

CREW OPERATING

PAGE 4

I SEQ 000

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A. ANTI ICE PANEL I

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Controls wing anti-ice system simultaneously on left and right side. • ON (P/B switch pressed - in) : ON light illuminates blue. - With Engine Bleed Air Supply: Two wing anti-ice valves open, as selected with MODE SEL switch NORM or ALTN, one on left and one on right side. - With APU Bleed Air Supply: All four wing anti-ice valves open.

(2) ANTI ICE MODE SEL Switch
Controls the selection of the active wing anti-ice valves, when engine bleed air supply is used. • • NORM (P/B switch pressed - in) : The normal valve on each side is selected for operation. ALTN (P/B switch released - out) : The ALTN light illuminates white. The alternate valve on each side is selected for operation. • FAULT: The light illuminates amber, if any wing anti-ice valve position does not agree with the scheduled position (as defined by the switch selection or by the overriding automatic command). The FAULT light illuminates momentarily during wing anti-ice valve travel for opening or closure. If it illuminates for more than 5 seconds, the ECAM system is activated.

Note:

- The indication WING ANTI ICE ON is displayed on ECAM MEMO page. - When bleed air is supplied by the engines and when the TCC is operating, the opening of an anti-ice valve causes automatically a reduction of thrust limit indication.

OFF (P/B swich released - out) : Wing anti-ice valves close, the ON light extinguishes.

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1.13.20

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REV 08 ISEQ 020

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1.13.30

CREW OPERATING

PAGE 1

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REV 17 ISEQ 015

Engine ice protection is provided by heating of nose cowl leading edge utilizing hot air from the high pressure compressor. Each engine has its own protection system, independentfrom the aircraft pneumatic system. Through an electrically controlled valve for each respective circuit the nose cowl is supplied with hot air from the 11th stage. Air from the nose cowl leading edge is eXhausted] overboard of the air intake via a single port at the bottom.

When an anti-ice valve is open a signal is passed to the Thrust Control Computer, which decreases the thrust limit relative to ambient conditions, engine operating conditions and anti-ice bleed load. If, while engine operating, the electrical power supply fails, the nacelle anti-ice valve opens. Each vavle is monitored by a disagree position switch.

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1.13.30

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REV 19 ISEQ 000

A. ANTI ICE PANEL I

(1) ENG 1 or ENG 2 PIS

Switch

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Controls engine anti-ice system for the related engine 1 or 2. • ON (P/B switch pressed-in) : ON light illuminates blue. Anti-ice valve opens. The indication ENG ANTI ICE is given on the ECAM MEMO page. • off (P/B switch released-out) : R R

ON light extinguishes. Anti ice valve closes. • FAULT: The light illuminates amber, if a valve position does not agree with P/B switch selection. FAULTlight illuminates momentarily during valve transit. If it remains illuminated for more than 3 seconds the ECAM system is activated.

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1.13.30

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FAILURES

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1.13.40

CREW OPERATING

PAGE 1

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DESCRIPTION

REV 02 ISEQ 000

The cockpit windows are electrically heated; the front windshields for ice protection and defogging, the side windows for defogging only. Two anti-ice regulators control the front windshield temperatures to 35 °C/42 °C. A temperature sensor in each windshield signals the actual temperature to the related regulator, which accordingly activates or deactivates the heating power supply from regulator control to the heating elements of windshield and side windows. Side window heat is not temperature controlled. A regulated failure results in illuminating the FAULT It on the WINDOW HEAT panel. Front windshields are heated on two heating power levels. Low heating power is used on the ground. High heating power is used in flight. Window heat failure warnings are provided by two FAULT indications and the ECAM activation. On the lateral panel devices for testing the heating power1 supply and for testing the protection and warning circuits are installed.

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1.13.40

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REV 21 ISEQ 000

A. WINDOW

HEAT PANEL I

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Controls activation of window heat system left or right side. • ON (P/B switch pressed-in) : Power is supplied to anti-ice regulator. Heating elements in the panes are supplied, front and side windows are heated . • OFF/R (P/B switch released-out) :

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REV 21 ISEQ 020

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1.13.50

CREW OPERATING

PAGE 1

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REV 12 ISEQ 010

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To prevent the formation of ice on air data sensors, an electrical probe heating is provided for - Pitot tubes - Static Ports - Alpha (angle of attack-a) probes - TAT (total air temperature) probes. The system is arranged in three independant channels (CPT/FO/STBY). Pitot tubes have two heating levels. Change over occurs automatically from low heating level on the ground to high heating level in flight. Two parts of alpha probes are heated (case and vane). Only failure of vane heating will be indicated to crew. The TAT probes are not heated on the ground to avoid erroneous indications. The TAT probe light will not illuminate on the ground even with system ON. If probe heat is not selected ON or if any failure or discrepancy of probe heating occurs, the respective PROBE HEAT lights on the overhead panel will illuminate.

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(2) CPT, FlO, STBY P/B Switches
Control the activation of probe heating of their respective circuits. • ON (P/B switch pressed-in) Probe heating is activated. Respective PROBE HEAT lights will extinguish . • OFF (P/B switch released-out) OFF light illuminates white. Probe heating is deactivated. Respective PROBE HEAT lights illuminate amber .

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1.13.50

REV 16 ISEQ 030

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CAPT (F/O) (STBY) PITOT HEAT FAULT TEMPERATURE SENSOR

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REV 21

1.13.60

CREW OPERATING

PAGE 1

I SEQ 001

I

Rain removal from front windshields is provided by two wipers. Each wiper is driven by a two - speed electric motor. They are controlled by two WIPER selectors on the overhead panel, one for the captain, and one for the F/O. The system has a parking position of the wiperblade with the scraper, just lifted from the window face, to avoid accumulation of sand and scratching of the glass. The rain repellent system is provided as an aid to improve visibility through front windshields in heavy rain. It includes a pressurized bottle, which supplies rain repellent fluid through two time-controlled solenold valves to the spray nozzles, and two push buttons for operation, one for each side. Timing devices limit the amount of rain repellent fluid for one application cycle. The system is automatically purged by air from the hot air manifold.

ARRANGEMENT
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REPELLENT BOTTLE

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AUG 83

1.13.60

CREW OPERATING

PAGE 2

I SEQ 000

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A. WIPER PANEL I

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The rotary selectors control the windshield each side. - FAST: Wipers operate at 150 cycles/min. - SLOW: Wipers operate at 75 cycles/min. - OFF: Wiper operation stops in parking position, wipers are out of view. wipers on Indicates the nitrogen pressure in the bottle. - Green band: Pressure is sufficient.

- Yellow band: Pressure is low, bottle should be replaced.

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If the REFILLfloat is in view, the bottle should be replaced.

(2) CAPT or FlO RAIN REPLNT Pushbutton
Controls the application of rain repellent fluid to the respective front windshield. When pressed, the timer applies a measured quantity of fluid. To repeatthe cycle, the pushbutton must be released, then pressed again. CAUTION: RAIN REPELLENT MUST NOT BE USED AS WINDSHIELD WASHER, AND NEVER BE APPLIED TO A DRY WINDSHIELD.

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ICE DETECTION DESCRIPTION
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CREW OPERATING

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1.13.70

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100

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(1) ICE DETECT Light
- ICE: The Light illuminates amber, during one minute minimum, when in flight the thickness of ice accretion on the sensor reaches a setting value. In the same time, the sensor is de-iced by heating and when it is fully de-iced, the sensor is ready to detect other ice conditions. Illumination of the ICE light is accompanied by ECAM activation. - OVHT : The light illuminates amber, with activation of the ECAM system in case of overheat in the heating element. The sensor de-icing is then automatically cut out. By pressing the ICE DET PIB switch the overheat circuit can be rearmed.

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MANUAL

ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION
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REV 27 ISEQ 010

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(1) PWR TEST Pushbutton
Activates test of heating power supply to front windshields and side windows, simultaneously for both sides. Before test the PWR PIB switches on the overhead panel must be selected to ON. When the pushbutton is pressed, the TEST OK lights will illuminate if the heating power supply is satisfactory. The duration of test is limited by a time relay to 10 seconds.

(2) ANTI ICE VALVES TEST Pushbutton
The wing anti-ice system can be tested on the ground, with or without bleed air supply. Extent of test and the resulting indications differ respectively. Before test the ANTI ICE WING SUPPLY PIB switch must be selected ON, the ON light illuminated, no ANTI-ICE warnings activated, - Pressed and held: System is tested for 10 seconds,

• With Bleed Air Supply (2) OK Lights
Lights illuminate white during PWR TEST to indicate satisfactory condition of window heat power supply. Wing anti-ice valves are induced to open; all four when on APU bleed air, one of each side when on engine bleed air. The ANTI ICEWING FAULTlight illuminates during valve transit, then extinguishes. If it remains illuminated during the 10 seconds test period, one of the four valves has failed to open. If it remains illuminated after the 10 seconds test period has elapsed, one of the valves has failed to close, with activation of the ECAM system. After 3 seconds a failure to open or to close results in illumination of the corresponding Memorized Fault annunciator light (if ANN LT switch is on READ).

(3) SAFETY TEST Selector
Controls test of temperature control and warning circuits. Before test the PWR PIB switches on the overhead panel must be selected ON. The SAFETY TEST selector is spring loaded to neutral (center position). - TEMP HI : Front windshield temperature in excess of 60° C is simulated. - Both FAULT lights illuminate on overhead panel, - Heating power supply is disconnected, - ECAM is activated - Neutral: Test circuit is de-energized. To cancel the warnings and to reset the system the PWR PIB switches must be selected OFF/R after test. - TEMP LO : Front windshield temperature in excess of - 60° C is simulated. Indications will be identical to test in TEMP HI position.

• Without Bleed Air Supply
Valves do not open. Only failure warnings are tested, as selected NORM or ALTN. The ANTI ICE WING FAULT light must illuminate for the duration of the test with activation of the ECAM system. - Released : Test circuit is de-energized After successful test the ANTI-ICE light and FAULT light must be extinguished. R

(3) ICE DET TEST Pushbutton.

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- Pressed: An ice detection is simulated by procuring an equivalent tension to the controller The ice light comes on ANTI ICE panel accompanied by ecam activation to indicate positive test. - Released: Test circuit is de-energized.

(1) WING ANTI ICE Land

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For each wing anti-ice valve a MFA light is provided for monitoring of valve operation. A failure is indicated after 3 seconds (Maintenance information only).

Mod:

2753

6GM

for training only

AI / V-F 1000

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