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A) Power lever position.*B) Mixture control position.C) Compressor inlet air temperature.view commentsModified: 12/28/2011 flatheadv8Comments: 0make commentM.8.6.3.5.A.1AMPKnowledge Code: M01In order to stabilize cams, springs, and linkages within the fuel control,manufacturers generally recommend that all final turbine engine trimadjustments be made in theA) decrease direction.*B) increase direction.C) decrease direction after over-adjustment.view commentsModified: 12/28/2011 flatheadv8Comments: 0make commentM.8.6.3.6.A.1AMPKnowledge Code: M01When trimming a turbine engine, the fuel control is adjusted toA) allow the engine to produce maximum RPM without regard topower output.*B) set idle RPM and maximum speed or EPR.C) produce as much power as the engine is capable of producing.view commentsModified: 12/28/2011 flatheadv8Comments: 0make commentM.8.6.3.7.A.1AMPKnowledge Code: M01A supervisory electronic engine control (EEC) is a system that receivesengine operating information andA) controls engine operation according to ambient temperature,pressure, and humidity.B) develops the commands to various actuators to control engineparameters.*C) adjusts a standard hydromechanical fuel control unit to obtain themost effective engine operation.view commentsModified: 12/28/2011 flatheadv8Comments: 0make commentM.8.6.3.8.A.1AMPKnowledge Code: M01A full-authority electronic engine control (EEC) is a system thatreceives all the necessary data for engine operation andA) controls engine operation according to ambient temperature,pressure, and humidity.*B) develops the commands to various actuators to control engineparameters.C) adjusts a standard hydromechanical fuel control unit to obtain themost effective engine operation.view commentsModified: 12/28/2011 flatheadv8Comments: 0make commentAMP
M.8.6.3.9.A.1Knowledge Code: M01In a supervisory EEC system, any fault in the EEC that adverselyaffects engine operation*A) causes an immediate reversion to control by the hydromechanicalfuel control unit.B) causes redundant or backup units to take over and continuenormal operation.C) usually degrades performance to the extent that continuedoperation can cause damage to the engine.view commentsModified: 12/28/2011 flatheadv8Comments: 0make commentM.8.6.4.0.A.1AMPKnowledge Code: AMP068The active clearance control (ACC) portion of an EEC system aidsturbine engine efficiency byA) automatically adjusting engine speed to maintain a desired EPR.*B) ensuring turbine blade to engine case clearances are kept to aminimum by controlling case temperatures.C) adjusting stator vane position according to operating conditionsand power requirements.view commentsModified: 12/28/2011 flatheadv8Comments: 0make commentM.8.6.4.1.A.1AMPKnowledge Code: M01What should be checked/changed to ensure the validity of a turbineengine performance check if an alternate fuel is to be used?

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