B777 Engines

  1. The maximum start limit line (red) is displayed on the EICAS EGT indication after the fuel cutoff switch is placed to RUN, until:
    the engine is stabilized at idle 
  2. The autostart system does NOT monitor ____ during engine start.
    oil pressure or oil temperature
  3. The EEC uses ____ for thrust control in the normal mode (200ER).
    EPR
  4. The auto-relight function of the EEC provides the pilot with ____
    on the 777-200ER.
    flameout protection during rain/hail ingestion
  5. On a 777-200ER, which rotor drives the engine accessory gearbox?
    N3
  6. The EEC automatically selects approach idle when ____.
    flaps are commanded Flaps 25 or greater
  7. When the APU is operating in the attended mode, it will
    immediately shut down for ____.
    speed droop
  8. Which of the following will cause approach idle to be
    automatically selected in flight?
    The opposite engine bleed valve is closed
  9. With the engine in the hard alternate mode, reference and target
    ____ and maximum and commanded ____ values are displayed.
    N1, N1
  10. The autostart system will abort the start on the ground for ____.
    starter shaft failure 
  11. Following a dual engine failure/stall procedure, airspeed should
    be above ____ knots to ensure best windmill start capability.
    (777-200ER)
    250
  12. On a 777-200ER, the minimum oil quantity prior to engine start is ____ quarts
    16 QUARTS
  13. A 300ER engine autostart will attempt to start the engines a
    total of ___ times on the ground.
    THREE
  14. On a 777-300ER, if an engine is shutdown after selecting APU to
    Pack operation, the engine cannot be started until:
    APU to Pack takeoff mode has been deleted
  15. T OR F.
    On the -300ER, single engine taxi is not recommended.
    TRUE
  16. Following a dual engine failure/stall procedure, airspeed should
    be above ____ knots to ensure best windmill start capability
    (777-300ER).
    270
  17. What are the functions of the FUEL CONTROL Switch when selected to the RUN position during an Auto-Start?
    • Opens the spar fuel valve
    • arms the engine fuel valve
    • arms the selected ignitor.
  18. There is/are ____ fire extinguisher bottle available for APU
    fires.
    ONE
  19. Bleed air is available from the APU through approximately ____
    feet.
    22000'
  20. Concerning the APU supplying bleed air
    and electrical power, which has priority?
    Electrical power has priority over bleed air.
  21. APU RPM is read on ____.
    any of the 3 MFDs with status (STAT) selected
  22. The main airplane battery provides power for the APU.....
    • inlet door
    • fuel valve
    • APU fire detection system
  23. If the APU start fails, the APU will _______automatically.
    shut down automatically
  24. T OR F
    Do not start or shut down the APU if a fuel spill occurs
    TRUE
  25. The APU has 2 operating modes, attended and unattended. The APU will not shut down for high EGT, high oil temperature, or low oil pressure in ____ mode.
    ATTENDED
  26. The APU is in the unattended mode WHEN:
    on the ground without either engine starting or running.
  27. In the attended mode, the APU will continue to operate for which condition?
    low oil pressure
  28. In flight, if both AC transfer busses lose power, the RAT
    deploys.  What else happens?
    The APU  starts automatically
  29. APU to Pack Operations (777-300ER) takeoffs are prohibited at
    airports above ___ feet pressure altitude?
    6900'
  30. On -200ER aircraft, during Auto-Start, the EEC monitors EGT, N3 RPM, and other engine parameters UNTIL:
    Until idle N3 is reached.
  31. In the Normal mode, the EEC:
    • Sets thrust by controlling EPR (RR) or N1 (GE ) based on thrust lever position.
    • Maximum EPR (RR) or N1 (GE) represents the maximum rated thrust available from the engine.
    • Maximum rated thrust is available in any phase of flight by moving the thrust levers to the full forward position.
  32. T OR F
    On -200ER aircraft, the Auto Relight system is activated when an engine is at or below idle with the FUEL CONTROL switch set to RUN.
    TRUE
  33. What is the required warm-up period prior to takeoff power application?
    Three minutes
  34. What are the indications of an engine failure during takeoff, with
    airspeed at 100 knots?
    • The Master Warning lights illuminate
    • red ENG FAIL is displayed on the PFD,
    • Voice annunciation "ENGINE FAIL".
  35. The APU will not shut down for the following three conditions in ATTENDED mode:
    • high EGT
    • high oil temperature
    • low oil pressure 
  36. When starting the APU, the APU Selector should be placed in the Start position for __ second.
    ONE SECOND
  37. The APU RUNNING memo message can be found on the _____ display.
    EICAS Display
  38. APU operating conditions (EGT, RPM, Oil Press, etc.) can be monitored on the ______ page.
    Status Page  (STAT)
  39. In order to start the APU, the APU selector should be positioned how?
    positioned to START for one second, then positioned to ON
  40. After APU start during preflight, the APU is running in the unattended mode. It changes to the attended mode when:
    when either engine is started or running
  41. When operating the APU in the attended mode, these faults will result in the EICAS message APU LIMIT.
    • high EGT
    • high oil temperature
    • low oil pressure
  42. The EEC automatically selects approach idle when flaps are commanded to __________
    flaps are commanded Flaps 25 or greater
  43. When the APU is operating in the attended mode, it will immediately shut down for __ .
    speed droop
  44. On the 200ER the minimum oil quantity prior to engine start is __ quarts.
    16 quarts
  45. A red ENG FAIL on the PFD, accompanying voice annunciation, and Master Warning lights are displayed if an engine failure occurs at what speed range?
    between 65 knots and 6 knots prior to V1
  46. Engine flameout protection is provided by an auto-relight function in the EEC. This function is activated when:
    • engine is at or below idle
    • with the fuel control in RUN 
    • N3 above 35%
  47. During the start, you will know the engines have stabilized at idle
    when:
    maximum start limit line (red) is no longer displayed on EGT
  48. While monitoring oil temperature during engine start, you notice that it is in the amber range, you should not advance the throttles to takeoff power until oil temp is above:
    50° C
  49. Starting engines on a cold day, the crew positions the Start Selectors to START and the Fuel Control Switches to RUN. The EEC Auto start system commands starter cutout at about 50% N1 If the starter fails to cutout, the crew will know because the EICAS caution ______________ is displayed
    ENG STARTER CUTOUT L,R
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B777 Engines
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B777 Engines
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