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  1. 1. B 737 NG Ground School. See the aircraft study guide at www.theorycentre.com The information contained here is for training purposes only. It is of a general nature it is unamended and does not relate to any individual aircraft. The FCOM must be consulted for up to date information on any particular aircraft.
  2. 2. B737NG Aircraft General
  3. 3. COCKPIT DOOR. As seen From the Passenger cabin
  4. 4. Flight Deck Door The flight deck door meets requirements for resistance to ballistic penetration and intruder entrance. The door opens into the passenger cabin. When closed, the door locks when electrical power is available and unlocks when electrical power is removed. A viewing lens in the door allows observation of the passenger cabin. The door can be manually opened from the flight deck by turning the door handle. The door incorporates a deadbolt with a key lock on the passenger cabin side. Rotating both concentric deadbolt levers to the locked (horizontal) position prevents the passenger cabin key from unlocking the door. Rotating only the forward deadbolt lever to locked allows the key to unlock the door.
  5. 5. The flight deck access system consists of an emergency access panel, chime module, three position Door Lock selector, two indicator lights, and an Access System switch. The emergency access panel includes a six button keypad for entering the numeric emergency access code along with red, amber, and green lights. The red light illuminates to indicate the door is locked. When the correct emergency access code is entered, the amber light illuminates. The green light illuminates to indicate the door is unlocked.
  6. 6. Two indicator lights and a three position Door Lock selector are located on the aisle stand. Illumination of the amber LOCK FAIL light indicates the door lock has failed or the Access System switch is in the OFF position. The emergency access code is used to gain access to the flight deck in case of pilot incapacitation. A flight deck chime and illumination of the amber AUTO UNLK light indicates the correct emergency access code has been entered and the door is programmed to unlock after a time delay. Selecting the DENY position on the Door Lock selector denies entry and prevents further keypad entry for several minutes. To allow entry, the selector is turned to the UNLKD position which unlocks the door while held in that position. If the emergency access code is entered and the pilot takes no action, the door unlocks after expiration of the time delay. Before the door unlocks, the chime sounds continuously and the AUTO UNLK light flashes.
  7. 7. The door incorporates two pressure sensors that unlock the decompression panels in the event pressurization is lost. The decompression panels have manual release pins. Pulling the pins frees the panels allowing egress in the event the door is jammed. Decompression panels manually unlocked.
  8. 8. WELCOME TO THE OFFICE!
  9. 9. AFT Overhead Panel Spend a few minutes finding your way around. The first thing you will notice is how small and crowded it is!
  10. 10. Forward Overhead Panel
  11. 11. Glare shield Mode control panel and EFS control panels.
  12. 12. Looking aft the circuit breaker panels.
  13. 13. Windows 4 and 5 are now normally not fitted on the NG.
  14. 14. Window number 2 L and R can be opened.
  15. 15. Window 2 L shown open. Only window 2R can be opened from outside the aircraft.
  16. 16. LOGO Light Switch OFF – logo lights on each side of vertical fin extinguished. ON – logo lights illuminated. ANTI–COLLISION Light POSITION Light Switch Switch STROBE & STEADY – red and green wing–tip position lights, white trailing OFF – red strobe/rotating edge wing–tip lights and wing–tip and tail strobe lights illuminated. beacon lights on upper OFF – red and green wing–tip position lights, white trailing edge wing–tip lights and lower fuselage and wing–tip and tail strobe lights extinguished. extinguished. STEADY – red and green wing–tip position lights and white trailing edge ON – red strobe/rotating wing–tip lights illuminated. beacon lights illuminated. WING Illumination Switch OFF – wing leading edge lights on fuselage forward of wing extinguished. ON – wing leading edge lights illuminated. WHEEL WELL Light Switch OFF – three wheel well lights extinguished. ON – wheel well lights illuminated.
  17. 17. The Nose wheel well light may be turned on at the External power panel. The ON position of this switch will override the cockpit switch.
  18. 18. The Nose wheel well light may be turned on at the External power panel. The ON position of this switch will override the cockpit switch. The main wheel well lights may be turned ON by a switch in the left main wheel well. This switch should be left in the Normal position as the ON position overrides the Cockpit switch.
  19. 19. EMERGENCY LIGHTS
  20. 20. EMERGENCY LIGHTS 3 rechargeable Battery packs.
  21. 21. EMERGENCY LIGHTS Charged from DC BUS 1.
  22. 22. EMERGENCY LIGHTS Battery packs will fully charge in 90 minutes.
  23. 23. EMERGENCY LIGHTS Emergency light come on if DC BUS 1 falls below 12 Volts.
  24. 24. EMERGENCY LIGHTS The emergency light batteries will supply emergency lighting for more than 10 minutes.
  25. 25. Emergency Light Switch Forward Overhead panel.
  26. 26. In the guarded armed position the emergency lights will illuminate When; DC BUS 1 is unpowered. Or when AC power is removed.
  27. 27. Emergency light switch must be OFF before power is removed from the aircraft In the guarded armed position the emergency lights will illuminate When; DC BUS 1 is unpowered. Or when AC power is removed.
  28. 28. Emergency light switch must be OFF before power is removed from the aircraft There is a second location that the emergency lights can be switched ON. In the guarded armed position the emergency lights will illuminate When; DC BUS 1 is unpowered. Or when AC power is removed.
  29. 29. Emergency light switch must be OFF before power is removed from the aircraft There is a second location that the emergency lights can be switched ON. In the guarded armed position the Aft attendants panel. emergency lights will illuminate When; Flight deck switch must be ARMED. This switch must be in Normal to allow DC BUS 1 is unpowered. emergency light battery charging Or when AC power is removed.
  30. 30. Door Annunciator Lights
  31. 31. Door Annunciator Lights Lower Nose compartment door Electronic Equipment door.
  32. 32. Over wing Emergency Escape Doors There are either 2 or 4 Type III emergency exits. These are canopy or gull wing type doors that open out and up. The doors are held closed by mechanical locks and cabin pressure. The doors can be opened from either inside or outside of the aircraft. The door is opened by a counterbalance spring assembly. The rate of opening is controlled by a hydraulic snubber unit.
  33. 33. Basic Aircraft Dimensions
  34. 34. What is the minimum pavement width to perform a 180° turn in a B737-800? a. 61 feet or 18.6 meters. b. 66 feet or 20.1 meters. c. 69 feet or 21.0 meters. d. 79 feet or 24.0 meters.
  35. 35. What is the minimum pavement width to perform a 180° turn in a B737-800? a. 61 feet or 18.6 meters. b. 66 feet or 20.1 meters. c. 69 feet or 21.0 meters. d. 79 feet or 24.0 meters.
  36. 36. Maximum Runway Slope. +/- 2%
  37. 37. Maximum Runway Slope. +/- 2% Maximum Operating Altitude. 41,000 Ft.
  38. 38. Maximum Runway Slope. +/- 2% Maximum Operating Altitude. 41,000 Ft. Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude.
  39. 39. Maximum Runway Slope. +/- 2% Maximum Operating Altitude. 41,000 Ft. Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude. Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets.
  40. 40. Maximum Runway Slope. +/- 2% Maximum Operating Altitude. 41,000 Ft. Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude. Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets. Maximum Flight Operating 82° North & South Latitude.
  41. 41. Maximum Runway Slope. +/- 2% Maximum Operating Altitude. 41,000 Ft. Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude. Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets. Maximum Flight Operating 82° North & South Latitude. 737-800 Max T/O Weight. 75,976 kg.
  42. 42. Maximum Runway Slope. +/- 2% Maximum Operating Altitude. 41,000 Ft. Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude. Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets. Maximum Flight Operating 82° North & South Latitude. 737-800 Max T/O Weight. 75,976 kg. 737-800 Max Landing 65,317 kg. Weight.
  43. 43. Maximum Runway Slope. +/- 2% Maximum Operating Altitude. 41,000 Ft. Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude. Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets. Maximum Flight Operating 82° North & South Latitude. 737-800 Max T/O Weight. 75,976 kg. These weights vary depending on airline certification 737-800 Max Landing 65,317 kg. requirements. Weight. Aircraft FCOM applies!
  44. 44. The minimum wing tip turning radius of a B737-800 with winglets is?
  45. 45. The minimum wing tip turning radius of a B737-800 with winglets is? 75’ 2” Feet or 22.9 Metres.
  46. 46. The minimum wing tip turning radius of a B737-800 with winglets is? 75’ 2” Feet or 22.9 Metres. The retractable landing light may be extended up to what maximum speed?
  47. 47. The minimum wing tip turning radius of a B737-800 with winglets is? 75’ 2” Feet or 22.9 Metres. The retractable landing light may be extended up to what maximum speed? At ANY SPEED
  48. 48. The minimum wing tip turning radius of a B737-800 with winglets is? 75’ 2” Feet or 22.9 Metres. The retractable landing light may be extended up to what maximum speed? At ANY SPEED With the EMERG LIGHTS SWITCH in the guarded ARM position. All Emergency lights will illuminate automatically if.
  49. 49. The minimum wing tip turning radius of a B737-800 with winglets is? 75’ 2” Feet or 22.9 Metres. The retractable landing light may be extended up to what maximum speed? At ANY SPEED With the EMERG LIGHTS SWITCH in the guarded ARM position. All Emergency lights will illuminate automatically if. DC BUS 1 is Unpowered. (less than 12 Volts DC) DC BUS 1 is only powered when AC Transfer bus 1 or 2 are powered. (See Electrical power)
  50. 50. Which door is open?
  51. 51. Which door is open? Either the lower nose compartment door Or Electronic equipment door.
  52. 52. Lower Nose Compartment Electronic Equipment Door Door Aft of the nose wheel well. Forward of the Nose wheel well
  53. 53. Lower Nose Compartment Electronic Equipment Door Door Aft of the nose wheel well. Forward of the Nose wheel well Two doors but only 1 annunciator light.
  54. 54. OXYGEN SYSTEM Aft Overhead Panel
  55. 55. OXYGEN SYSTEMS Types of mask vary by aircraft tail number. This information is only general.
  56. 56. The thermal discharge port located on the right forward fuselage is closed by a green disk. If missing there may have been an over pressure discharge of Oxygen.
  57. 57. Typical Oxygen Mask Stowage Left side. Right is similar.
  58. 58. Some aircraft are equipped with a gaseous oxygen system. This is airline route dependent and the Passenger system remains independent of the crew oxygen system.
  59. 59. Some aircraft are equipped with a gaseous oxygen system. This is airline route dependent and the Passenger system remains independent of the crew oxygen system. Automatic activation varies on different aircraft and may be from 14,000 to 15,650 feet.
  60. 60. Potable water system.
  61. 61. Vacuum Waste System The aircraft is equipped with a vacuum waste system which uses cabin differential pressure to move human waste from the toilet to a waste holding tank. If differential pressure is too low there is a vacuum pump which will operate automatically. The vacuum pump normally operates when the aircraft is on the ground or in flight below 16,000 feet.
  62. 62. Vacuum Waste System The aircraft is equipped with a vacuum waste system which uses cabin differential pressure to move human waste from the toilet to a waste holding tank. If differential pressure is too low there is a vacuum pump which will operate automatically. The vacuum pump normally operates when the aircraft is on the ground or in flight below 16,000 feet. The waste tank level indicator continuously indicates the level in the waste tank.
  63. 63. Vacuum Waste System The aircraft is equipped with a vacuum waste system which uses cabin differential pressure to move human waste from the toilet to a waste holding tank. If differential pressure is too low there is a vacuum pump which will operate automatically. The vacuum pump normally operates when the aircraft is on the ground or in flight below 16,000 feet. The waste tank level indicator continuously indicates the level in the waste tank. When the waste tank is full the LAV INOP light illuminates and the vacuum flushing system is disabled.
  64. 64. The toilet tank service panel is located on the left side of the aft fuselage
  65. 65. What is the wing span of the B737-800 with blended winglets?
  66. 66. What is the wing span of the B737-800 with blended winglets?
  67. 67. What is the overall length of the B737-800?
  68. 68. What is the overall length of the B737-800?
  69. 69. Under which condition will the OVERWING annunciator light illuminate?
  70. 70. Under which condition will the OVERWING annunciator light illuminate? When any over wing door is not full closed and locked. When any flight lock fails to engage when commanded to lock during take off or in flight.
  71. 71. Under which condition will the OVERWING annunciator light illuminate? When any over wing door is not full closed and locked. When any flight lock fails to engage when commanded to lock during take off or in flight. What conditions are required to cause the flight locks to engage on the over wing emergency exits.
  72. 72. Under which condition will the OVERWING annunciator light illuminate? When any over wing door is not full closed and locked. When any flight lock fails to engage when commanded to lock during take off or in flight. What conditions are required to cause the flight locks to engage on the over wing emergency exits. 3 of the 4 main doors closed. Either engine running. BOTH thrust levers more than 53° ( Take off thrust range) Or Air mode.
  73. 73. Where is this located?
  74. 74. Where is this located?
  75. 75. In the guarded armed position the emergency lights will illuminate When?
  76. 76. In the guarded armed position the emergency lights will illuminate When? When DC BUS 1 is unpowered. Or when AC power is removed.
  77. 77. There is a second location that the emergency lights can be switched ON. Where is this? In the guarded armed position the emergency lights will illuminate When? When DC BUS 1 is unpowered. Or when AC power is removed.
  78. 78. Emergency light switch must be OFF before power is removed from the aircraft There is a second location that the emergency lights can be switched ON. Where is this? In the guarded armed position the emergency lights will illuminate When? Aft attendants panel. When DC BUS 1 is unpowered. Flight deck switch must be ARMED. Or when AC power is removed. This switch must be in Normal to allow emergency light battery charging
  79. 79. Maximum Runway Slope?
  80. 80. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2%
  81. 81. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating Altitude?
  82. 82. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating 41,000 Ft. Altitude?
  83. 83. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating 41,000 Ft. Altitude? Maximum Takeoff & Landing Altitude?
  84. 84. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating 41,000 Ft. Altitude? Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude?
  85. 85. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating 41,000 Ft. Altitude? Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude? Maximum Cross wind Limits with Winglets?
  86. 86. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating 41,000 Ft. Altitude? Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude? Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets?
  87. 87. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating 41,000 Ft. Altitude? Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude? Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets? Maximum Flight Operating Latitude?
  88. 88. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating 41,000 Ft. Altitude? Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude? Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets? Maximum Flight Operating 82° North & South Latitude?
  89. 89. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating 41,000 Ft. Altitude? Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude? Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets? Maximum Flight Operating 82° North & South Latitude? 737-800 Max T/O Weight?
  90. 90. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating 41,000 Ft. Altitude? Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude? Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets? Maximum Flight Operating 82° North & South Latitude? 737-800 Max T/O Weight? 75,976 kg.
  91. 91. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating 41,000 Ft. Altitude? Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude? Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets? Maximum Flight Operating 82° North & South Latitude? 737-800 Max T/O Weight? 75,976 kg. 737-800 Max Landing Weight?
  92. 92. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating 41,000 Ft. Altitude? Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude? Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets? Maximum Flight Operating 82° North & South Latitude? 737-800 Max T/O Weight? 75,976 kg. 737-800 Max Landing 65,317 kg. Weight?
  93. 93. Maximum Runway Slope? +/- 2% Maximum Operating 41,000 Ft. Altitude? Maximum Takeoff & 8,400 Ft. Landing Altitude? Maximum Cross wind 33 knots. 36 Knots without winglets. Limits with Winglets? Maximum Flight Operating 82° North & South Latitude? 737-800 Max T/O Weight? 75,976 kg. These weights vary depending 737-800 Max Landing 65,317 kg. on airline certification Weight? requirements. Aircraft FCOM applies!
  94. 94. Where can the wheel well lights be controlled?
  95. 95. Where can the wheel well lights be controlled? Forward overhead panel Main switch.
  96. 96. Where can the wheel well lights be controlled? Forward overhead panel Main switch. External electrical power panel Nose wheel well light.
  97. 97. Where can the wheel well lights be controlled? Forward overhead panel Main switch. External electrical power panel Nose wheel well light. Left hand Main wheel well Main wheel well light.
  98. 98. Where can the wheel well lights be controlled? Forward overhead panel Main switch. External electrical power panel Nose wheel well light. Left hand Main wheel well Main wheel well light. External switches labelled as ON and Normal Leave in Normal to allow control from the flight deck.
  99. 99. The END of Aircraft General Now Take the test at www.theorycentre.com For more information info@theorycentre.com

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