Ultimate Trivia Facts Quiz On Aircraft Maintenance!

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Welcome to the Ultimate trivia facts quiz on Aircraft Maintenance. Being that a simple mistake in an aircraft can lead to major losses t is important that technicians be on their toes with all the new technologies that ensure aircraft is operating at its best. If you take this quiz and score the top mark, you are super qualified. Give it a shot!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What does a fire result from?

    • A.

      An ignition source

    • B.

      A chemical reaction when oxygen combines with a fuel to produce heat

    • C.

      A source of ignition coupled with the addition of an oxygen rich environment

    Correct Answer
    B. A chemical reaction when oxygen combines with a fuel to produce heat
    Explanation
    A fire results from a chemical reaction when oxygen combines with a fuel to produce heat. This reaction is known as combustion. Combustion occurs when there is a sufficient amount of fuel, oxygen, and heat present. The fuel can be any combustible material such as wood, paper, or gasoline. Oxygen is necessary for the combustion process as it acts as an oxidizing agent. When the fuel and oxygen combine, they undergo a chemical reaction that releases heat and light energy, resulting in a fire.

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  • 2. 

    When noise levels are less than 85dB?

    • A.

      Ear plugs only are required

    • B.

      Ear protection is optional

    • C.

      Ear plugs and defenders are mandatory

    Correct Answer
    B. Ear protection is optional
    Explanation
    When noise levels are less than 85dB, ear protection is optional. This means that individuals have the choice to use ear protection or not, depending on their personal preference or comfort level. It is not mandatory to use ear plugs or defenders in this scenario, as the noise levels are considered to be at a safe and tolerable level.

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  • 3. 

    Where should the bottled key be during decanting operations?

    • A.

      Connected to the open/close valve of the bottle

    • B.

      Correctly stowed next to the bottles

    • C.

      Carried by the operator

    Correct Answer
    A. Connected to the open/close valve of the bottle
    Explanation
    During decanting operations, it is important to have the bottled key connected to the open/close valve of the bottle. This ensures that the key is easily accessible and ready to be used to control the flow of liquid from the bottle. By having the key connected to the valve, the operator can easily open or close the valve as needed during the decanting process, allowing for a controlled and efficient transfer of liquid.

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  • 4. 

    When is a 100% tool check to be carried out?

    • A.

      Start of shit

    • B.

      Before work,after work and when considered necessary

    • C.

      Shift hand over

    Correct Answer
    B. Before work,after work and when considered necessary
    Explanation
    A 100% tool check should be carried out before work, after work, and when considered necessary. This ensures that all tools are in proper working condition and ready to be used before starting a task. Performing a tool check after work helps identify any missing or damaged tools that need to be replaced or repaired. Additionally, conducting tool checks when considered necessary allows for regular maintenance and ensures that tools are always in good working order.

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  • 5. 

    What would you do if the serviceability of a precision instrument is in doubt?

    • A.

      Use the instrument but make allowances for potential discrpancies

    • B.

      Put it back but inform the tool technician

    • C.

      Remove it from service and label it unserviceable

    Correct Answer
    C. Remove it from service and label it unserviceable
    Explanation
    If the serviceability of a precision instrument is in doubt, the best course of action is to remove it from service and label it as unserviceable. This ensures that the instrument is not used, preventing any potential discrepancies or errors that could occur. By labeling it as unserviceable, it also alerts others that the instrument should not be used until it has been inspected and repaired by a technician. This approach prioritizes safety and accuracy in the use of precision instruments.

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  • 6. 

    Who has the overall responsibility for ensuring the continued accuracy of all the precision instruments in an aircraft environment?

    • A.

      Quality department

    • B.

      Tool technician

    • C.

      Licensed Engineer

    Correct Answer
    A. Quality department
    Explanation
    The quality department is responsible for ensuring the continued accuracy of all precision instruments in an aircraft environment. They are in charge of implementing and maintaining quality control measures, conducting regular inspections and audits, and ensuring that all instruments are calibrated and functioning correctly. This ensures that the instruments provide accurate readings and measurements, which is crucial for the safe operation of the aircraft. The quality department plays a vital role in maintaining the overall accuracy and reliability of precision instruments in an aircraft environment.

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  • 7. 

    The disposal of any excess fluid or oil?

    • A.

      Should be carried out in accordance with company and national/international regulations.

    • B.

      Should be done by pouring into an external drainage system in accordance with company regulations

    • C.

      Is done in accordance with Company/CAA recommendations usually by dilution with water before removal from site.

    Correct Answer
    A. Should be carried out in accordance with company and national/international regulations.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Should be carried out in accordance with company and national/international regulations." This answer emphasizes the importance of following both company and national/international regulations when disposing of excess fluid or oil. It highlights the need to comply with legal requirements and guidelines to ensure proper and responsible disposal practices are followed.

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  • 8. 

    When handling materials which give off fumes:-

    • A.

      All windows and doors should be kept closed to prevent fumes spreading

    • B.

      The materials should be kept in a well ventilated container

    • C.

      The area should be well ventilated

    Correct Answer
    C. The area should be well ventilated
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "the area should be well ventilated." When handling materials that give off fumes, it is important to ensure that the area has proper ventilation. This helps to prevent the accumulation of fumes and ensures that fresh air is circulated in the space. Keeping windows and doors closed may actually trap the fumes inside, so it is not recommended. Additionally, storing the materials in a well-ventilated container is important for their safe storage, but it does not address the ventilation of the area where they are being handled.

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