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The selectors must be ON for the engine anti-ice system to operate on the ground, since AUTO does not operate on the ground.

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What do the EAI symbols on EICAS indicate?

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The engine anti-ice systems operate through the delivery of bleed air to the inlet cowl. The hot air for engine anti-ice is provided:

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When the Engine Anti-ice is on (either in the Auto or Manual mode), the engine is selected to: Approach Idle by the EEC.

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An additional wing anti-ice inhibit for Automatic Wing Anti-ice operation (independent of the TAT inhibit), is active during the takeoff phase of flight.

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Automatic wing anti-ice operation is inhibited for 10 minutes after takeoff. Manual wing anti-ice operation is not affected by this inhibit.

Which windows are provided with backup anti-fog heat?

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What does the WINDOW HEAT EICAS message mean?

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There are no controls for the operation of Probe Heat.

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Indications are provided on the EICAS when one or more probe heaters are not operating.

A backup anti-fogging system for the flight deck windows operates automatically if there is a primary window heat system failure.

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A backup anti-fogging system is available for the forward windows only: it operates automatically if there is a primary window heat system failure.

The AOA vanes are heated:

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The AOA has only one temperature level.

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When will the ANTI-ICE ON EICAS message be displayed?

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The Wing Anti-ice system is controlled by the Wing Anti-ice switch. The switch has 3 positions. The bleed air for Wing Anti-ice comes from the Pneumatic System ducting and flows to each wing through:

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The Windshield Wiper for each pilot is controlled by a 3 position rotary switch on the respective side of the forward Overhead Panel.

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The windshield wiper for each pilot is controlled by a 4 position rotary switch on the respective side of the forward overhead panel.

If the total air temperature (TAT) is above 10 deg.C, both Manual and Automatic wing anti-ice operation is inhibited for:

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The TAT inhibit is removed any time TAT drops below 10 deg.C.

What does the WINDOW HEAT R FWD EICAS message mean?

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The bleed air for Engine Anti-ice comes directly from the associated engine and not from the Pneumatic System ducting.

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When can wing anti-ice be operated manually?

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The Wing Anti-ice system operates through the delivery of hot air to the three midwing slats.

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The hot air for wing anti-ice is provided by the pneumatic system.

The Wing Anti-ice system can operate automatically or can be selected ON-OFF manually by the crew.

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When a Wing Anti-ice Valve is open, the wing anti-ice (WAI) annunciation is displayed below the EICAS N1 indication.

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When can engine anti-ice be operated manually?

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Window heat - An INOP light illuminates in the respective switch when:

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Probe Heat automatically operates when either engine is operating.

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The level of heat provided to the pitot probes is automatically set a lower level on the ground to protect from over heating the elements. Full heat level is provided in flight.

What occurs when engine anti-ice is operating?

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There are three angle-of-attack (AOA) sensors, mounted aft of and above the pitot probes on each side of the fuselage.

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Does Wing Anti-ice operate when the aircraft is on the ground?

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Each engine has a dual loop anti-ice system duct leak detection system. If an anti-ice duct leak is detected:

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A backup anti-fogging system for the forward windows can be operated manually if there is a primary window heat system failure.

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A backup anti-fogging system for the forward windows operates automatically if there is a primary window heat system failure.

The pneumatic system isolation valves automatically open to maintain anti-icing to both wings if:

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Whether the system is operating in Manual or Auto, if one wing anti-ice valve fails closed, the wing anti-ice system automatically closes the other valve to prevent asymmetrical wing anti-icing.

The automatic ice detection system consists of:

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The detector probes normally vibrate when the detection system is operating. If ice accumulates on a probe, the probe will vibrate at a lower frequency. The probe heater will turn on to melt the ice until the vibration frequency returns to normal. Once a detector probe has ice build-up, it is automatically de-iced.

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Only the forward windows have exterior surface anti-icing. The forward windows have exterior and interior surface anti-fogging protection. The side windows have interior surface anti-fogging protection only.

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With Engine Anti-ice On, the display of "EAI" appears ___________ the N1 displays.

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Which windows are provided with backup anti-fog heat?

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Windshield Heat is provided by electric resistance coatings.

What is the position of an engine anti-ice valve when the ENGINE ANTI-ICE selector is in AUTO and the EAI is displayed?

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The WINDOW HEAT switches control heating for all flight deck windows. With the switches ON, window heat operates as soon as:

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With the WING ANTI-ICE selectors set to AUTO in flight, the wing anti-icing valves open when icing conditions exist and bleed air pressure is available.

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Boeing B777 – Anti Ice and Rain