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When the RAT is deployed, the hydraulic pump operates at a nominal hydraulic pressure of _____ and supplies hydraulic pressure to the primary flight controls for all phases of flight.

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The RAT pump is stowed in the RAT compartment between the main landing gear.

Each hydraulic system uses a reservoir to store hydraulic fluid and to supply it to the components. The systems are equipped with a main pump and a backup pump to supply pressure. There is limited fluid exchange between hydraulic systems. Each system is protected to ensure a safe operation of the aircraft.

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There is NO fluid exchange between hydraulic systems.

The RAT will deploy and supply backup hydraulic pressure to system No.3 automatically if there is a total loss of DC and AC power in flight. It can also be manually deployed when the flight crew presses the RAT GEN guarded switch on the ELECTRICAL panel.

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The RAT will deploy and supply backup hydraulic pressure to system No.3 automatically if there is a total loss of AC power in flight.

An accumulator pressurized with nitrogen is connected to each reservoir. The accumulator helps to supply pressure to the reservoir after the pump stops.

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The system No. 1 and No. 2 reservoirs are equipped with temperature and quantity transducers that transmit data to the HYD synoptic page. Both reservoirs are equipped with a:

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Both system No. 1 and No. 2 have a Priority Valve (PV) to maintain system pressure and flow capability for higher priority users if there is a pressure drop to _____.

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When the parking brake cycles OFF – ON – OFF, with the PTU and ACPM 2B rotary switch in the AUTO position, the PTU and the ACMP 2B will operate for _____.

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Hydraulic system No. 1 and No. 2 have a similar operation. The differences between hydraulic system No. 1 and No. 2 are:

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The system No. 1 reservoir has a slightly bigger capacity than the system No. 2 reservoir. The hydraulic system No. 3 reservoir has the same design as the reservoirs of system No. 1 and system No. 2 but it has the smallest capacity.

The RAT pump is operational when the RAT is fully deployed (automatically or manually). During deployment, hydraulic system _____ deliver the hydraulic pressure.

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Hydraulic system No. 1 and No. 2 reservoirs assemblies do not need to be pressurized by the engine bleed air. The high-pressure fluid return acts on a piston to create a positive pressure in the low-pressure section of the reservoir.

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This positive pressure pushes the hydraulic fluid to the Engine Driven Pumps (EDPs) through the Shutoff Valve (SOV) to prevent pumps from cavitation and to ensure supply during negative g situations.

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The hydraulic power is supplied by three independent systems. Each system delivers a nominal pressure of _____

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In the hydraulic system No. 2, the purpose of the Priority Valve (PV) is to:

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When the PTU selector is set to ON, the PTU operates and supplies pressure to:

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Both system No. 1 and No. 2 have a fuel/hydraulic heat exchanger that uses fuel to cool the hydraulic fluid. The heat exchangers are:

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In the hydraulic system No. 1, the purpose of the Priority Valve (PV) is to:

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In this case, the landing gear can still be deployed with the ALTN GEAR switch on the landing gear panel.

The system No. 3 hydraulic fluid is cooled:

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The system No. 1 and system No. 2 hydraulic reservoirs are:

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Airbus A220 – Hydraulics