C Automation is now so reliable that the human input is no longer necessary D

C automation is now so reliable that the human input

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C Automation is now so reliable that the human input is no longer necessary D No over-ride facility is available on auto-flight selection as there are enough levels of redundancy to cope with any system failure. Explanation: This is allowing the machine to take over the total operation of the aircraft without monitoring or input from the crew. Question 916: What role should automation play with respect to flight safety? A Automation should be used as an aid to the pilot and not as an end in itself. B Automation should only be used on flights when weather conditions are poor to enhance flight safety. C Automation should be used where pilots have to make decisions and manual flying should be compulsory in good weather conditions. D Automation should be used as much as possible to replace the pilot who will inevitably make mistakes. Explanation: Automation can be used to take the aircraft to the safe limits of its operational envelope, to ensure maximum fuel efficiency and to reduce the pilots‟ workload. Question 917: Why are Mnemonics are used in aviation? A Because they help to increase retention of information. B Because they increase response time. C Because they increase motivation. D Because they are a tool to avoid illusions. Explanation: Mnemonics are good for both learning and recalling certain information. Question 918: In the case of fire in flight most fatalities are caused by: A Suffocation from fumes caused by aircraft furnishing and wiring. B Cardiac arrest caused by stress and fear.
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C Inhalation of hydrogen fumes. D Burns. Explanation: The biggest killer is fumes from burning upholstery etc. Question 919: Incorrect perception: A can be highly persuasive. B will only affect one member of the crew at a time. C can be easily recognized. D will only affect flight deck crew. Explanation: Once we have reached a conclusion about the situation (perceived what is going on) it can be very difficult to change that assessment. Question 920: If a crew is having a stop-over for less than 24hrs before returning to their homebase, what coping strategy should be used for jet lag? A Maintain eating and sleeping cycle based on home time. B Eat light meals only and have regular naps instead of proper sleep. C Change eating and sleeping cycle to stop-over (destination) time. D Only have meals when it is daylight and sleep when it is dark, to ensure sufficient sleep credit. Explanation: If the stop-over is less than 24 hours there will not be sufficient time for the body‟s circadian rhythm to adjust to the new time zone and it is better to remain on the home base time zone. Question 921: Tattooing and immunization with the use of improperly sterilized needles or syringes may expose the receiver to which of the following? A Hepatitis B or C B Osteoarthritis C Diabetes D Hypertension Explanation: Hepatitis B & C are transmitted by exposure to an infected person‟s body fluids.
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