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1.

Vibrations in helicopters are usually classified into three main groupsa-low frequency b-medium frequency
c-high frequency
d-ATA
2. Vibrations in helicopters are usually classified into______main groups.
a-two
b-four
c-three
d-five
3. The rate at which dynamic imbalance occurs is known as________.
a-frequency
b-amplitude
c-both d-none
4. Low frequency vibration is at a rate of_________RPM.
a-100 to 200
b-0to 500 c-500 to 1000 d-none
5. ____vibration is probably the most common and the easiest to detect.
a-1:2
b-2:2
c-1:3
d-1:1
6. which vibration is normally associated with track?
a-vertical vibration b-lateral vibration c-both
7. _____vibration is associated with an unbalanced condition.
a-vertical
b-lateral
c-both
d-none
8. The medium frequency vibrations are in the area of_________CPM.
A-100 to 200
b-500 to2000
c-500 to 1000 d-none
9. The high frequency vibrations are in the range of_____CPM and above.
a-1000
b-3000
c-2000
d-500
10. The three generals areas of high frequency vibration are:a-the tail rotor
b-engine
c-drive train system
d-ata
11. which procedure is used to check that all blades are travelling within the same tip path plane?
a-rolling
b-tracking
c-both
d-none
12. If a blade is out of track, the helicopter will have a_____ vertical vibration.
a-1:2 b-1:3
c-1:4
d-1:1
13. All tracking procedures will begin with______.
a-stick method
b- ground tracking
c-flag method
14. the ground track is most often adjusted by changing the angle of attack of the individual blade
through the_____.
a-pitch change rod
b-connecting rod
c-none
15. What type of vibration occurs in tail rotor ?
1. High frequency
2. Low frequency

3.Medium frequency

16. Incase of track check of 3 bladed tail rotor , where the reflective tape is placed
1. At 65 degree angle
2. At 45 degree angle
3. At 90 degree angle
4. None

4. None

17.What condition would most likely cause excessive fluctuation of the pressure gauge when the
hydraulic pump is operating?
1. Accumulator air pressure low.
2. Inadequate supply of fluid.
3. System relief valve sticking closed.
4. None
18. The removal of air from an aircraft hydraulic system is generally accomplished
1. Through automatic bleed valves on individual components during system operation.
2. By operating the various hydraulic components through several cycles.
3. By allowing the system to remain inoperative for several hours.
4. None
19. Generally, the first step in removing an accumulator from an aircraft is to
1. Relieve system pressure.
2. Discharge the preload.
3. Drain the reservoir.
4. None
20. (1) When servicing aircraft hydraulic systems, use the type fluid specified in the aircraft
manufacturers maintenance manual or on the instruction plate affixed to the reservoir or unit.
(2) Hydraulic fluids for aircraft are dyed a specific color for each type of fluid.
Regarding the above statements,
1.Only No. 1 is true.
2. Only No. 2 is true.
3.Both No. 1 and No. 2 are true
4. None
21. The ideal place for jacking an A/C is:
1. On firm ground outside.
3. With the A/C faced into wind.

2.Inside a hangar.
4. None

22. Petroleum base hydraulic fluid is which color?


A- Purple.
B- Blue.
C- Red.
23. Which of the following is adversely affected by atmospheric humidity if left unprotected?
1. MIL-H-5606 hydraulic fluid.
2. Skydrol hydraulic fluid.
3. None of the above.
A- 1 and 2.
B- 3.
C- 2.
24. How the proper hydraulic fluid to be used in an airplane the determined?
A- Refer to the aircraft parts manual.
B- Consult the aircraft Type Certificate Data Sheet.
C- Consult the aircraft manufacturers service manual.
25. Phosphate ester base hydraulic fluid is very susceptible to contamination from
A- Teflon seal material.
B- Water in the atmosphere.
C- Ethylene- propylene elastomers.

26.To neutralize spilled battery acid on aluminium alloy, use.


1. sulphuric acid.
2. bicarbonate of soda.
3. caustic soda.
4. None
27. Run out' on a control rod is measured by.
1. micrometer, surface plate and vee-blocks.
2. surface plate, vernier callipers and vee-blocks.
3. dial test indicator, surface plate and vee-blocks.
4. micrometer, surface plate
28. Cable tension is maintained by.
1. a grommet.
2. a cable tension regulator.

3. a fairlead.

29. If a pulley shows signs of wear on one side.


1. the cable is too tightly tensed.
2. the pulley is too large for the cable.
3. the cable is misaligned.
4. AOTA

30. The purpose in checking main rotor blade tracking is to determine the:
1. Relative position of the blades during rotation
2. Flight path of the blades during rotation
3. Extent of an out of balance condition during rotation
4. None
Subjectives
1.Write a short note on stick method of main rotor track check ?
2. Write a short note on Low frequency vibration associated with main rotor
3. Write five inspection carried out on metal rotor blades?
4. Write a short note on helicopter mooring practice ?
5. Define the followings
a. Wet rotor Head
b. Blade tracking
c. Climbing blade
d. Low frequency vibration

4. None