1. 351. After an APU fire has been detected how long will the chime continue to sound?

2. 352. If an engine fire is detected, when will the guarded red ENG PIRE push button lightextinguish?

3. 353. Which of the following have automatic fire extinguishing systems?

4. 354. Illumination of the GEN 1 LINE SMOKE light indicates:

5. 355. What systems are affected when the guarded red ENGINE PIRE push button is pushed and released?

6. 356. In normal law, the low speed limits are depicted on each PFD as:

7. 357. Selection of flaps 1 in flight will select which of the following configurations?

8. 358. Aileron droop may best be confirmed by checking which of the following?

9. 359. In normal law, MMO and VMO limits are depicted on each PFD as:

10. 360. The wing tip brakes, once activated:

11. 361. The wing tip brakes activate:

12. 362. Failure to retract the flaps after takeoff will:

13. 363. Which of the following will automatically reset after landing?

14. 364. Which of the following control surfaces can be mechanically controlled?

15. 365. The FAC's primarily control which control surface?

16. 366. The alpha speed lock function:

17. 367. When ground spoilers deploy automatically:

18. 368. What happens in the event of an single ELAC failure?

19. 369. The wing tip brakes, once activated:

20. 370. Mechanically backed-up control surfaces:

21. 371. The aircraft rudder can be manually trimmed with the autopilot engaged.

22. 372. Which of the following statements is correct concerning the elevator aileron computers (ELACs)?

23. 373. Which of the following controls and monitors flaps and slats?

24. 374. Which of the following statements is correct concerning the spoiler elevator computers (SECs)?

25. 375. If both FACs fail, what happens to the rudder limiter?

26. 376. FAC generated slat and flap extension, retraction, and limiting speeds are visually displayed on which of the following?

27. 377. The wing fuel transfer valves are:

28. 378. The APU fuel system:

29. 379. Fuel can be transferred from tank to tank:

30. 380. What is the total fuel capacity of the A321?

31. 381. What is the minimum fuel quantity for takeoff?

32. 382. With fuel in the center tank the CTR TK MODE SEL push button selected to AUTO and CTR TK PUMP push buttons ON (lights out), which of the following conditions causes the center tank fuel pumps to stop?

33. 383. Which of the following would cause the fault light to illuminate on the MODE SEL push button?

34. 384. For hydraulic system malfunctions, when will the RAT deploy?

35. 385. Describe the PTU status with a green system reservoir overheat, low pressure or low fluid level.

36. 386. What are the major equipment losses with loss of Green system?

37. 387. When will normal operation of the BLUE system hydraulic pump begin?

38. 388. What does a HYD PUMP FAULT light indicate? 1. Reservoir low level 2. Reservoir overheat 3. Reservoir low air pressure 4. Pump low pressure 5. PTU is operating. The combination regrouping all the correct answers is:

39. 389. The A321's three hydraulic systems are normally pressurized by:

40. 390. How is the yellow hydraulic system pressurized?

41. 391. After extending the RAT, is it possible to check its position and status?

42. 392. The RAT is capable of powering a pump which will pressurize:

43. 393. The hydraulic PTU will activate if:

44. 394. Can the wing anti-ice be tested on the ground?

45. 395. What is the difference between the engine and wing anti-ice fault lights?

46. 396. With the loss of electrical power, the engine anti-ice valves:

47. 397. Window heat operates at what power level while airborne?

48. 398. With the loss of electrical power, the wing anti-ice valves:

49. 399. What happens when either engine anti-ice is open?

50. 400. Rain protection is provided by:

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