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FUEL panel - The 'MAN XFR' switch has four positions. When selected to 'R', the fuel flow is initiated from the right wing to the left wing.

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When selected to 'R', the fuel flow is initiated from the left wing to the right wing.

The Flight Management System (FMS) monitors the calculated fuel quantity and the FQC monitors the measured fuel quantity. The L FUEL LO QTY or R FUEL LO QTY caution message is displayed on the EICAS page when the fuel quantity is less than _____.

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The virtual refuel preselect panel is at the bottom of the FUEL synoptic page. It enables the flight crew to select the amount of required fuel to be loaded from the FUEL synoptic page. The virtual refuel preselect panel can only be displayed when:

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FUEL panel - L BOOST PUMP and R BOOST PUMP switches have 3 positions. In 'AUTO', the AC boost pumps start automatically when either:

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Fuel for the APU goes through the APU fuel shutoff valve. The APU Electronic Control Unit (ECU) opens the valve during the APU start sequence. The APU fuel shutoff valve can be closed when:

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Takeoff with bulk fuel temperature indications below _____ is prohibited.

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The virtual refuel preselect panel is at the bottom of the FUEL synoptic page. It enables the flight crew to select the amount of required fuel to be loaded from the FUEL synoptic page. The FUEL synoptic page must remain displayed during the refueling operation after the CKPT function is selected and/or the requested of fuel quantity is entered. If the FUEL synoptic page is removed from any MFW:

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The left and right surge tanks serve as ventilation space. They:

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In MANUAL or AUTO mode, the refuel shutoff valves close when:

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FUEL panel - The 'MAN XFR' switch has four positions. When selected to 'OFF', the fuel imbalance correction is in automatic mode:

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Fuel tank ventilation - The fuel vent system maintains the air pressure inside the fuel tanks within the structural design requirements. It provides an airflow path between the fuel tanks and the atmosphere in all operating conditions. Each fuel tank is vented to a wing surge tank through a dedicated tank vent system.

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What is the true statement?

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Fuel from the center tank is automatically transferred to the wing tanks by transfer ejector pumps. When the fuel quantity of a wing tank is less than _____ of its maximum usable fuel volume, a float valve opens so that the center tank transfer ejector can move fuel from the center tank into the wing tanks.

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The Fuel Quantity Computer (FQC) has _____. Each channel receives independent data from all three tanks.

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When the left engine is not in operation, the APU Electronic Control Unit (ECU) activates the left AC boost pump if:

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A collector tank is installed in _____ to ensure a constant supply of fuel to each engine and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) at all aircraft attitudes.

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The APU receives fuel through the left engine feed line from:

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Fuel inerting system uses Nitrogen-Enriched Air (NEA) to reduce the risk of fuel fumes igniting in the fuel tanks.

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The Fuel Tank Inerting System (FTIS) generates Nitrogen-Enriched Air (NEA) and distributes it into the air space in the fuel tanks to provide non-flammable air in the tanks.

When operating on ground the left engine must be started first if either wing tank fuel quantity is:

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For refueling, the refuel shutoff valves open to supply fuel to each tank. For defueling, the transfer/defuel valve connects the engine crossfeed manifold to the refuel manifold so that fuel can be pumped out of the collector tanks.

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Defueling can be done in AUTO mode or MANUAL mode on the REFUEL / DEFUEL PANEL.

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Refueling can be done in AUTO mode or MANUAL mode. Defueling can only be done in the MANUAL setting on the REFUEL / DEFUEL PANEL.

The minimum fuel quantity for go-around is _____ per wing (with the airplane level) and at a maximum airplane climb attitude of 10 degrees nose up.

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Fuel Tank Inerting System (FTIS) - The flight crew has no control of or indications from the system except for the advisory message 'FUEL INERTING FAULT' if the system fails.

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On the Fuel synoptic page, the FUEL USED quantity indicates the amount of fuel used since the last flight. The FUEL USED quantity is reset to zero when:

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Airbus A220 – Fuel