A4. Pitch lock reset.
A4. Deicing removes ice already built up
whereas anti-icing prevents ice buildup.
A5. Feather valve.
A6. Automatic feathering system.
REVIEW SUBSET NUMBER 6
A7. Energize the pressure cutout override
A1. Short discriminator circuit.
of the sensing element decreases.
REVIEW SUBSET NUMBER 11
A3. The fire warning will not come on. The
A1. Engine power.
system senses a short.
A2. The throttles override the system.
A4. Bromotrifluoromethane (CF3Br).
A3. A three-position temperature switch.
REVIEW SUBSET NUMBER 7
REVIEW SUBSET NUMBER 12
A1. Fuel tanks 2 and 3.
A2. When the fuel level drops below the high
A1. Transmission pressure switch.
pilot valves in tanks 1 and/or 4.
A3. When fuel tank 1 transfers at a faster rate
than fuel tank 4.
A4. To relieve stress built up on the segment
REVIEW SUBSET NUMBER 8
A5. About 50 open.
A2. The electrical control assembly (ECA).
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REVIEW SUBSET NUMBER 9
A1. Mach number.
A2. Two flight control computers.
A1. Flight and ground operation ranges.
A2. Synchrophasing governing mode.
A3. Phase and trim control unit.
A4. Engine RPM.
REVIEW SUBSET NUMBER 1
A5. The limiting circuit (two precent).
A1. By operating principles and the job they
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A2. The weight of the air above that altitude.
A3. 12.23 pounds per square inch.
A2. Low pitch stop.
A4. Airspeed, altimeter, and vertical speed
A3. Variable hydraulic low pitch stop.