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If the cabin altitude rises aircraft in level flight the differential pressure ? Progress > AIM

exemple question 149
Standard pressurisation profil if cabin altitude rises difference between red line the blue line will reduce (the differential pressure decreases).


During a normal pressurised climb after take off ?

exemple question 150
During a normal pressurised climb after take off Cabin pressure decreases more slowly than atmospheric pressure. Standard pressurisation profil if cabin altitude rises difference between red line the blue line will reduce (the differential pressure decreases).


If the maximum operating altitude of an aeroplane is limited by the pressurized cabin this limitation is due to the maximum ?

exemple question 151
If maximum operating altitude of an aeroplane limited the pressurized cabin this limitation due to maximum Positive cabin differential pressure at maximum cabin altitude. An aircraft may be able to operate at example fl450 but in order to respect a positive cabin differential pressure (cabin pressure minus ambient pressure) it could be limited at a lower level 9 0 psi a comon value maximum differential pressure on jet aircrafts it a positive value cabin pressure at fl 390 = 10 psi (700 hpa) ambient pressure at fl 390 = 3 psi (200 hpa) differential pressure = cabin pressure ambient pressure = 10 3 = 7 psi in this example aircraft may climb to a higher level until it will be limited the 9 0 psi maximum differential pressure.


exemple question 152
Main cabin temperature Controlled automatically or flight crew selection. An aircraft may be able to operate at example fl450 but in order to respect a positive cabin differential pressure (cabin pressure minus ambient pressure) it could be limited at a lower level 9 0 psi a comon value maximum differential pressure on jet aircrafts it a positive value cabin pressure at fl 390 = 10 psi (700 hpa) ambient pressure at fl 390 = 3 psi (200 hpa) differential pressure = cabin pressure ambient pressure = 10 3 = 7 psi in this example aircraft may climb to a higher level until it will be limited the 9 0 psi maximum differential pressure.


exemple question 153
A warning device alerts crew in case of an excessive cabin altitude this warning must be triggered on reaching following altitude Controlled automatically or flight crew selection. pressurisation cs 25 841 pressurised cabins (a) (b) (6) warning indication at pilot or flight engineer station to indicate when safe or pre set pressure differential cabin pressure altitude limits are exceeded appropriate warning markings on cabin pressure differential indicator meet warning requirement pressure differential limits an aural or visual signal (in addition to cabin altitude indicating means) meets warning requirement cabin pressure altitude limits if it warns flight crew when cabin pressure altitude exceeds 3048 m (10000 ft).


exemple question 154
In a turbo compressor air conditioning system bootstrap system main water separation unit After cooling turbine. pressurisation cs 25 841 pressurised cabins (a) (b) (6) warning indication at pilot or flight engineer station to indicate when safe or pre set pressure differential cabin pressure altitude limits are exceeded appropriate warning markings on cabin pressure differential indicator meet warning requirement pressure differential limits an aural or visual signal (in addition to cabin altitude indicating means) meets warning requirement cabin pressure altitude limits if it warns flight crew when cabin pressure altitude exceeds 3048 m (10000 ft).


exemple question 155
A turbo compressor air conditioning system bootstrap system includes two heat exchangers primary exchanger p and secondary exchanger s the functions of these heat exchangers are as follows P precools engine bleed air s cools air behind pack's compressor. Bootstrap (or turbo compressor) uses a primary heat exchanger (for pre cooling against ambient air temperature) the compressor section of cooling turbine (to boost pressure temperature to provide a significant pressure drop) a secondary heat exchanger (which also uses outside air as a coolant to remove unwanted temperature rises across compressor) the expansion turbine wich extracts work from air driving compressor the term bootstrap refers to a self sustaining process that proceeds without external help.


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When air compressed pressurization purposes percentage oxygen content P precools engine bleed air s cools air behind pack's compressor. Bootstrap (or turbo compressor) uses a primary heat exchanger (for pre cooling against ambient air temperature) the compressor section of cooling turbine (to boost pressure temperature to provide a significant pressure drop) a secondary heat exchanger (which also uses outside air as a coolant to remove unwanted temperature rises across compressor) the expansion turbine wich extracts work from air driving compressor the term bootstrap refers to a self sustaining process that proceeds without external help.


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An aircraft with a pressurized cabin flies at fl 310 and following a malfunction of pressure controller outflow valve runs to open position given cab v/s cabin rate of climb indication cab alt cabin pressure altitude delta p differential pressurethis will result in a Cab v/s increase cab alt increase delta p decrease. If outflow valve runs to open position cabin pressure altitude increases until reaching outside pressure altitude (in normal flight cabin altitude between 6000 to 8000 ft) if cabin pressure altitude rises difference between red line the blue line will reduce (the differential pressure decreases).


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The main function of an air cycle machine to Cab v/s increase cab alt increase delta p decrease. An air cycle machine a bootstrap system the goal of a bootstrap system to distribute suitable air to cabin engine bleed air compressed passed through a heat exchanger (cooled) then across an expansion turbine.


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The term 'bootstrap' when used to identify a cabin air conditioning and pressurisation system refers to Cold air unit (air cycle machine) arrangement. Bootstrap (or turbo compressor) uses a primary heat exchanger (for pre cooling against ambient air temperature) the compressor section of cooling turbine (to boost pressure temperature to provide a significant pressure drop) a secondary heat exchanger (which also uses outside air as a coolant to remove unwanted temperature rises across compressor) the expansion turbine wich extracts work from air driving compressor the term 'bootstrap' refers to a self sustaining process that proceeds without external help when used to identify a cabin air conditioning pressurisation system it refers to whole cold air unit system.


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The selection of bleed air to 'on' will cause A decrease in power an increase in exhaust temperature. Bleed air compressed air taken from aircraft turbine engines cabin climate control systems such as de icing equipment bleed air taken from compressed air supply before fuel mixing is sent to a series of coolers filters prior to being sent to passenger cabin when bleed air extracted from an engine some power loss will result as well as an increase in exhaust gas temperature when operating bleed air powered wing heat engine or windshield anti ice systems aircraft performance engine power settings will change a loss of performance will result there will most likely be a substantial reduction in your maximum takeoff or landing weight if anti ice used.


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Assuming cabin pressure decreases cabin rate of climb indicator should indicate A decrease in power an increase in exhaust temperature. As we climb cabin altitude 'climb to 6000ft/8000ft when aircraft altitude climbs to fl260/fl410 the cabin pressure reducing from ground pressure (mean 1013 hpa) to less than 750 hpa in cruising flight thus while climbing cabin rate of climb a cabin pressure decrease.


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Assuming cabin differential pressure has attained required value in normal flight conditions if flight altitude maintained A constant mass air flow permitted through cabin. As we climb cabin altitude 'climb to 6000ft/8000ft when aircraft altitude climbs to fl260/fl410 the cabin pressure reducing from ground pressure (mean 1013 hpa) to less than 750 hpa in cruising flight thus while climbing cabin rate of climb a cabin pressure decrease.


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Assume that during cruise flight with airconditioning packs on outflow valve s would close the result would be that The pressure differential would go to maximum value. With packs on if outflow valve closed your airplane will inflate like a balloon! hopefully pressure (safety) relief valve will open before damage can occur to structure boeing 737 main outflow valve pressure relief valves.


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Cabin air a large aeroplane during flight Is temperature controlled. With packs on if outflow valve closed your airplane will inflate like a balloon! hopefully pressure (safety) relief valve will open before damage can occur to structure boeing 737 main outflow valve pressure relief valves.


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The purpose of cabin pressure controller in automatic mode to perform following functions 1 control of cabin altitude2 control of cabin altitude rate of change 3 limitation of differential pressure 4 balancing aircraft altitude with cabin altitude 5 cabin ventilation 6 keeping a constant differential pressure throughout all flight phases the combination regrouping all correct statements Is temperature controlled. With packs on if outflow valve closed your airplane will inflate like a balloon! hopefully pressure (safety) relief valve will open before damage can occur to structure boeing 737 main outflow valve pressure relief valves.


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Cabin pressurisation regulated the Cabin outflow valve(s). With packs on if outflow valve closed your airplane will inflate like a balloon! hopefully pressure (safety) relief valve will open before damage can occur to structure boeing 737 main outflow valve pressure relief valves.


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The type of refrigerant used in a vapour cycle cooling system Cabin outflow valve(s). With packs on if outflow valve closed your airplane will inflate like a balloon! hopefully pressure (safety) relief valve will open before damage can occur to structure boeing 737 main outflow valve pressure relief valves.


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Whilst in level cruising flight an aeroplane with a pressurised cabin experiences a malfunction of pressure controller if cabin rate of climb indicator reads 200ft/min The differential pressure will rise to its maximum value thus causing safety relief valves to open. The differential pressure will rise to its maximum value thus causing safety relief valves to open read question carefully it states a cabin rate of climb of minus 200ft/min the cabin descending.



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