Night flying incidents.
Slightly shorter than the thickness of the materials being joined.
The same as the thickness of the materials being joined.
Slightly longer than the materials being joined.
Much longer than the materials being joined.
Weight, diameter, and head size.
Head size, grip length, and weight.
Length, weight, and threads per inch.
Diameter, length, and threads per inch.
Attachment of a pulley.
Attachment of an antifriction bearing.
Mounting an accessory near the engine.
Connecting sections of a movable joint.
It is a single-part fastener
It can easily be overtorqued.
It can be installed with hand tools.
It is a low-strength threaded fastener.
Which are subject to great amount of vibration.
Which are not subject to vibration.
Where flexibility is not required.
Where rigidity is required.
Use oil to aid the installation of a self-sealing hose.
Install the hose so that it will not be subjected to twisting.
Ensure clamps are not so tight that they restrict flow.
Support the hose at least every 24 inches of length.
Remove the nut.
Cut the safety wire.
Remove the snap rings.
Pull back on the.
They can be reused after removal.
They are stronger than safety wire.
They are less expensive than other pins.
They can be removed and installed quickly.
Install only nonmetal hardware and clamps.
Spray all metal surfaces to be installed with SAE–10 oil.
Paint all exposed metal on the clamp and attaching hardware.
Coat the lower side of the heads of screws and bolts with sealant.
Mallets and claw hammers.
Claw and ball-peen hammers.
Soft-faced mallets and ball-peen hammers.
Mallets and plastic-face hammers.
JP–4 or gasoline.
Approved cleaning solvent.
Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK).
Aluminum oxide abrasive cloth.
Electric drill with adapter.
10 to 1.
25 to 1.
50 to 1.
125 to 1.
Discard the residual sealant
Clean the residual sealant.
Replace the cartridge.
Turn the gun off.
Loose rivet holes.
Voids inside the tank.
Channels under the wing skin.
It will rupture.
It will roll and become twisted.
It will get dirty.
Nothing, hoses are very strong
Cracks in body.
Relieve tank pressure by disconnecting the manometer hose.
Ensure that the manometer safety relief valves are calibrated.
Unplug the negative pressure connection when the fuel tank is given a positive test.
Ensure the positive pressure connection is plugged when the fuel tank is under negative pressure.
Combustible gas indicator.
Combustible gas alarm.
Photo-ionization detector (PID).
Capable of delivering high volumes of air
Delivers a maximum pressure of 200 psi.
Can be used as a source of breathing air.
Gas engine will run for one hour without refueling.
Bleed of air pressure in tank.
Document tire pressure.
Look for fuel leaks.
Document temporary repairs.
Blower and heater.
Start and heater.
Blower and start.
Bypass and ignite.
14 pounds per square inch (psi).
Rhine air fan.
Fuel cell servicing cart.
Near the MA–1 blower.
Beside the HDU/13 heater.
Inside the fuel system repair area.
At least 10 feet from any vent or other tank opening.
Anytime the cart is in the repair area.
Each time the air supply system is used.
During access door removal and cell/tank purging.
Whenever two or more personnel are using respirators.
MB–2 Nitrogen cart.
Static discharge plates.
Static discharge plates and handrail steps.
Wheel locks and bonding wire reels.
Handrail steps and wheel locks.
Be located in bathrooms.
Have privacy enclosure.
Have male and female showers.
Be within 25 feet of the repair area.
Contaminate free type.
Stainless steel surgical.
Rinse free cycle with hot water.
Bioenvironmental Engineering Services.
Fire Protection Services.
Fire Protection Services.
Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight.
RED X qualified supervisor.
Tool room personnel.
Most qualified 5-level.
Non-spark producing metal.
Antistatic intrinsically safe metal.
Within 25 feet of the ropes.
Outside the 25 foot marked area.
Outside the 50 foot marked area.
Inside the 50 foot marked area.
Must be bonded
Must be grounded.
Must be grounded and bonded.
Does not require grounding or bonding.
Ground Safety personnel.
Maintenance Group commander.
Recognizing symptoms of over exposure.
Ensuring the entrant has the proper hand tools.
Contacting the wing safety office.
Notifying bioenvironmental after taking tank readings
Authorized attendant only.
Authorized runner/equipment monitor only.
Authorized attendant or tank entry chief.
Authorized attendant or runner/equipment monitor.
The task takes a few days longer than expected.
Authorized chemicals are brought into the tank.
The aircraft is moved from one repair location to another.
Previously permitted personnel require re-entry into the tank.
Bond container to aircraft.
Place container on the ground.
Ensure all facility doors are opened.
Place several pieces of absorbent mat on the ground.
Wear a half-face respirator.
Remove it as quickly as possible
Wear chemical-resistant gloves.
Tear it as evenly as possible.
Enclosed metal shed.
Open metal container.
Electro-static-free plastic bag
Vented rubber container
An Ontario knife.
A razor blade.
Venturi air mover.
Vacuum bubble, blowback, and talcum powder.
Talcum powder, pressure test, and vacuum bubble.
Leak detection powder, pressure test, and gas detection.
Pressure test, vacuum bubble, and gas detection.
Repair to no leakage or condition 1 or 2.
Permanently ground the aircraft.
Do not repair by applying temporary repair procedures.
No repair or documentation is required.
Classification and location.
Location and repair required.
Find the leak source.
Apply a permanent repair.
Return aircraft to service.
Remove defective sealant.
When the double cup assembly was unsuccessful.
When the leak is at a common tank boundary.
Any time the leak is larger than Class A.
In conjunction with the pressure box.
Base and compound.
Base and accelerator.
Accelerator and compound
Accelerator and petrolatum.
An acid brush.
A paint brush.
A fairing tool.
Less than a half inch.
Greater than a half inch.
Less than a quarter inch.
Greater than three quarters inch.
Appling a temporary repair.
Removing only one screw.
Providing an air escape.
Using a low pressure injection gun.
Plastic scraper and needle-nose pliers.
Aluminum scraper and needle-nose pliers.
Heat gun and steel scraper.
Chisel and rubber mallet.
Keep cell walls clean.
Prevent cracking and drying.
Prevent cell material from hardening.
Make the cell more resistant to temperature changes.
Installing a used but serviceable o-ring.
Petrolatum on the surface of an o-ring.
Hair or lint between an o-ring and its groove.
Applying torque to fitting bolts after installation.
The size of the fuel leak.
Knowledge of the cavity drain system.
Whether or not the cell is a bladder type.
The construction of a cross-sectional view.
Loose cell fitting bolt.
Loose interconnect fitting.
Loose seams or patches
Repair of loose patches.
Self-sealing cell repairs.
1 ½ inches in diameter.
3 ¼ inches in diameter.
3 ½ inches in diameter.
4 inches in diameter.
160 ± 10°F.
230 ± 10°F.
290 ± 10°F.
350 ± 10°F.
Pressurize the cell to check for leaks.
Refer to applicable TO for allowable limits.
Condemn the cell and order a new one.
Ignore the damage and reinstall it.
¼ pounds per square inch (psi).