Study Guide – Test #1
AERO 3240 Professional Pilot IV
Introduction to the CRJ-700
• Certified number of passengers for the CRJ-700.
• Common US airline number of passengers for the CRJ-700.
• Number of doors and exits.
• Flight attendant information.
• Approach category.
• Types of electricity and their voltage / frequency.
• Sources of AC power.
• Sources of DC power.
• Sources of emergency power.
• What is a TRU?
• Four main AC busses, how are they powered?
• What is an IDG – what parts make up an IDG?
• HOT-LOP – what does that mean? What do we do if HOT-LOP happens?
• AC Power Priority for AC Bus 1 or 2, and Essential Bus. (Which order would AC Bus 1 take
power from the AC power sources, for example)?
• Emergency power situations – what happens if ADG does or does not deploy?
• Main purposes of the APU.
• Altitude limitations for APU.
• Manufacturer / model number of APU.
• Main mechanical parts of the APU (compressor, turbine, etc).
• Function of the APU eductor.
• APU automatic shutdown – difference between on ground and in-flight.
• APU fuel pump and what happens if it fails?
• Sequence to start and shutdown the APU.
• AVAIL light – what does it mean?
• Sources of high pressure bleed air.
• Bleed stages on the engines.
• 6th / 10th stage when each operates.
• HPV and PRSOV valves – what are they and what do they do?
• Isolation valve – why do we have it?
• How are the bleed valves controlled and actuated?