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    • MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE AIRPLANE FAMILIARIZATION PRESENTATION IS DESIGNED TO INTRODUCE THESYSTEMS AND THE OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE 737. AT THE COMPLETIONOF THIS SUBJECT, YOU WILL BE FAMILIAR WITH THE LOCATION AND USE OF THEMAJOR SYSTEMS OF THE AIRPLANE.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE 737 IS A SHORT TO MEDIUM RANGE JET TRANSPORT BUILT TO OPERATE OUT OFMOST OF THE COMMERCIAL AIRPORTS OF THE WORLD. THE HIGH LIFT DEVICES OF THEWING AND THE JT8D ENGINES PROVIDE A WIDE RANGE OF PERFORMANCE IN ALLCLIMATES.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE AIRPLANE CRUISES AT ALTITUDES UP TO 37,000 FEET AND IS CAPABLE OFSPEEDS OF 350 KNOTS. THE CABIN ALTITUDE IS CONTROLLED FROM SEA LEVEL UP TOA MAXIMUM OF 8,000 FEET FOR PASSENGER AND CREW COMFORT.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • 737 HIGH LIFT DEVICES AND HIGH PERFORMANCE THRUST REVERSER SYSTEM PERMITTHE USE OF AIRFIELDS WITH A WIDE VARIETY OF CHARACTERISTICS. ACTUALSTOPPING DISTANCE WITH A TYPICAL PAYLOAD GENERALLY IS LESS THAN THE FAADRY FIELD LENGTH REQUIREMENTS.NOW, LETS LOOK AT THE AIRPLANE AND EXAMINE IT IN MORE DETAIL.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • A SELF-CONTAINED RETRACTABLE AIRSTAIR IS LOCATED IN A COMPARTMENT BELOWTHE LEFT FORWARD ENTRY DOOR. THE EXTERNAL CONTROLS ARE LOCATED JUSTAFT AND BELOW THE AIRSTAIR DOOR.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • INSTRUCTIONS FOR EXTERNAL OPERATION ARE ON A PLACARD AT THE CONTROLPANEL.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE EXTERIOR CONTROL HANDLE MAY BE USED TO OPERATE THE AIRSTAIR, POWEREDONLY BY THE AIRPLANE BATTERY.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • TO OPEN THE MAIN ENTRY DOOR, PULL THE FLUSHMOUNTED HANDLE OUT AND ROTATE ITCLOCKWISE. PULL THE DOOR OUTWARD AND OPEN.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • A SELF-LOCKING DEVICE IN THE UPPER HINGE PREVENTS WINDY CONDITIONS FROMCLOSING THE DOOR. INFLATABLE ESCAPE SLIDES ARE MOUNTED ON THE LOWERPORTION OF EACH ENTRY DOOR FOR EMERGENCY EVACUATION.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE INTERIOR CONTROL PANEL FOR THE AIRSTAIRS IS LOCATED ABOVE THE ENTRYDOOR.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE COCKPIT DOOR HAS AN ELECTRIC LOCK. WHEN IT IS LOCKED IT REQUIRES A KEY TO OPENFROM THE PASSENGER CABIN SIDE. THE KEY IS STORED IN A SMALL LEATHER POUCH IN THEELECTRICAL-ELECTRONIC COMPARTMENT. THE LOCATION OF THIS COMPARTMENT WILL BECOVERED LATER. THE DOOR CANNOT BE LOCKED WITHOUT ELECTRICAL POWER. FOURBLOWOUT PANELS IN THIS DOOR ALLOW THE AIR PRESSURE TO EQUALIZE IN THE EVENT OF APRESSURE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE PASSENGER CABIN AND THE COCKPIT. THE TOP TWOBLOWOUT PANELS ALSO SERVE AS A COCKPIT EMERGENCY EXIT.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE OVERHEAD PANEL IS DIVIDED INTO FORWARD AND AFT SECTIONS. THE AFTOVERHEAD IS AN AUXILIARY PANEL. THE CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ON THEFORWARD PANEL ARE EASY TO REACH FROM BOTH CREW POSITIONS. THE LIGHTSHIELD IS DIRECTLY BELOW THE WINDOWS. (pause2) THE AUTO-PILOT CONTROLS ARELOCATED IN THE CENTER OF THE LIGHT SHIELD WITH A CAUTION LIGHT SYSTEM ONEACH SIDE.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • BELOW THE LIGHT SHIELD FROM LEFT TO RIGHT ARE THE CAPTAINS, THE CENTER,AND THE FIRST OFFICERS INSTRUMENT PANELS. BETWEEN THE PILOTS SEAT ARE THEFORWARD ELECTRONICS PANEL, THE THRUST LEVER QUADRANT AND THE AFTELECTRONICS PANEL.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE RAIN REPELLENT BOTTLE, ASBESTOS GLOVES AND ONE CIRCUIT BREAKERPANEL ARE LOCATED BEHIND THE CAPTAINS SEAT. THE CAPTAINS OXYGEN MASKAND REGULATOR PANEL ARE JUST AFT AND ABOVE THE SEAT. THE NUMBER TWOSLIDING WINDOW IS OPENED USING THE LEVER AT THE FORWARD BASE OF THEWINDOW. THE NOSE WHEEL STEERING WHEEL, MAP LIGHT AND ALTERNATE STATICSOURCE SWITCH ARE LOCATED JUST BELOW THE WINDOW.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • SMOKE GOGGLES AND SUN VISORS FOR THE EYEBROW AND NUMBER ONE WINDOWSARE ALSO LOCATED ON THE SIDE WALL.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • A PASSENGER RESTRAINT KIT AND A BOMB SEARCH MIRROR ARE LOCATED BEHINDTHE CAPTAINS SEAT ON TOP OF THE COAT CLOSET SHELF. THE FIRST OFFICERSSIDE WALL IS THE SAME AS THE CAPTAINS WITH THE ADDITION OF THE SPARE LIGHTBULB STOWAGE, THE PORTAGE CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE AND MASK, AND FIREEXTINGUISHER.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE FIRST OFFICERS SIDE WALL IS THE SAME AS THE CAPTAINS WITH THE ADDITIONOF THE SPARE LIGHT BULB STOWAGE, THE PORTAGE CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE ANDMASK, AND FIRE EXTINGUISHER.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THIS IS A VIEW OF THE COCKPIT FLOOR LOOKING AFT FROM BETWEEN THE PILOTSSEATS. THE THREE HANDLES INSIDE THE ACCESS PANEL TO THE LEFT ARE USED TOMANUALLY EXTEND THE LANDING GEAR. THE SINGLE HANDLE ON THE RIGHT OF THEPICTURE IS THE MANUAL PASSENGER OXYGEN CONTROL HANDLE. THE THIRD PANELCOVERS THE NOSE GEAR VIEWER WINDOW.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THIS IS A VIEW OF THE AFT COCKPIT BULKHEAD. IN THIS VIEW, THE OBSERVERS SEATFOLDS DOWN FROM THE LEFT SIDE AND FILLS THE AISLE WAY JUST INSIDE THEENTRY DOOR.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • NOW LETS LOOK AT SOME OF THE EXTERNAL FEATURES OF THE AIRPLANE. THECOCKPIT WINDOWS ARE NUMBERED ONE THROUGH FIVE ON EACH SIDE.ALL COCKPIT WINDOWS, EXCEPT THE NUMBER THREE WINDOWS, ARE HEATED. THENUMBER TWO WINDOWS OPEN AND SLIDE AFT.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • JUST BELOW THE WINDOWS ARE TWO PITOT STATIC PROBES, THE FREE-MOVINGANGLE OF AIRFLOW SENSOR, AND THE ROSEMONT TOTAL AIR TEMPERATURE PROBE.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE PITOT STATIC SYSTEM OPERATES ON A PRINCIPAL OF DIFFERENTIAL AIR PRESSURE.THE DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE OPERATES SEVERAL FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS DIRECTLYAND PROVIDES AN INPUT TO THE AIR DATA COMPUTER. THE COMPUTER [kaxnvrrts] THISINPUT INTO ELECTRIC SIGNALS FOR OTHER FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS AND AIRPLANESYSTEM CONTROL.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE ANGLE OF AIRFLOW SENSOR PROVIDES INPUT TO A STALL WARNING COMPUTER.THE COMPUTER ALSO RECEIVES AN INPUT FROM THE FLAP SYSTEM. THE COMPUTERCOMPARES THESE INPUTS AND WHEN THE SYSTEM SENSES AN IMPENDING STALL,PROVIDES A STICK SHAKER WARNING ON THE CONTROL COLUMNS.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE ROSEMONT PROBE SENSES OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE AND PROVIDES INPUTSTO THE TOTAL AIR TEMPERATURE INDICATOR AND AIR DATA COMPUTER.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE WEATHER RADAR ANTENNA IS LOCATED IN THE NOSE SECTION.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE NOSE WHEEL STEERING CYLINDERS ARE VISIBLE AT THE FRONT OF THE STRUT. AGROUND LOCKING PIN, WITH A RED FLAG, VISIBLE BY THE TIRE, CAN BE INSERTED INTHE LOCKING LINKAGE. THE GEAR IS HYDRAULICALLY OPERATED AND RETRACTSFORWARD, CLOSING THE DOORS THROUGH A MECHANICAL LINKAGE. A TAXI LIGHT ISMOUNTED ON THE FRONT OF THE GEAR.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE NOSE GEAR STEERING SYSTEM IS CONTROLLED BY THE CAPTAINS CONTROLWHEEL ON THE LEFT SIDEWALL OR EITHER SET OF RUDDER PEDALS.THE CAPTAINS CONTROL WHEEL OVERRIDES THE RUDDER PEDAL INPUTS.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE AIRPLANE IS SIMILAR TO THE LEFT. NOTE THE DUAL PITOTSTATIC PROBES. THE EXTERNAL POWER ACCESS DOOR IS JUST BELOW THE PITOTPROBES.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • A CLOSE-UP VIEW OF THE NUMBER TWO SLIDING WINDOW REVEALS THE EXTERNALCONTROL TO OPEN THE WINDOW FROM OUTSIDE THE AIRPLANE.THIS IS ONLY ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE AIRPLANE.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE ACCESS DOOR FOR THE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT COMPARTMENTIS LOCATED ON THE BOTTOM OF THE AIRPLANE JUST AFT OF THE NOSE GEAR. THERECEPTACLE FOR THE EXTERNAL DC ELECTRICAL POWER CORD IS INSIDE THE E & ECOMPARTMENT.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE AIRPLANE BATTERY, LOCATED IN THE E & E COMPARTMENT, SUPPLIES POWER TOTHE HOT BATTERY BUS, WHICH PROVIDES POWER TO THE PROTECTION CIRCUITSSUCH AS FIRE AND LIGHTING. WITH THE BATTERY SWITCH ON, POWER IS PROVIDED TOTHE BATTERY BUS, WHICH SUPPLIES POWER FOR APU START. IN THE EVENT OF ALOSS OF ALL GENERATOR POWER, THE BATTERY BUS ALSO SUPPLIES LIMITEDPOWER TO THE ESSENTIAL FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • JUST AFT OF THE E & E COMPARTMENT DOOR IS THE EXHAUST PORT FOR EQUIPMENTCOOLING AIR.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • COOLING AIR IS CIRCULATED AROUND THE EQUIPMENT BY AN ELECTRICALLY DRIVENAIR BLOWER. ON THE GROUND AND DURING UNPRESSURIZED FLIGHT, THIS AIR ISEXHAUSTED THROUGH THE EXHAUST PORT. AN ALTERNATE BLOWER IS PROVIDEDFOR BACKUP.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • PROCEEDING AFT ALONG THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE AIRPLANE, YOU CAN OBSERVE THEGREEN disc COVERING THE OXYGEN BOTTLE THERMAL DISCHARGE PORT.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THERE ARE TWO INDEPENDENT OXYGEN SYSTEMS ON THE AIRPLANE, ONE FOR THECREW AND ONE FOR THE PASSENGERS. THE OXYGEN BOTTLES ARE LOCATED INTHE FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT. BOTH BOTTLES ARE CONNECTED TO THETHERMAL DISCHARGE PORT.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • JUST FORWARD OF THE CARGO DOOR IS ONE OF THE ALTERNATE STATIC PORTS.THE FORWARD CARGO DOOR OPENS INWARD AND UP. WEBBING IN THE CARGOCOMPARTMENT KEEPS THE CARGO FROM SHIFTING. A CAUTION LIGHT IN THE COCKPITILLUMINATES WHEN THE DOOR IS NOT CLOSED.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE DEFLECTOR AND INLET DOORS ARE PART OF THE RAM AIR SYSTEM. THE RAM AIRSYSTEM IS PART OF THE AIR CONDITIONING UNIT GENERALLY REFERRED TO AS A PACK.THE AIR CONDITIONING PACKS CONVERT HOT COMPRESSED AIR TO COMFORTABLECABIN TEMPERATURES.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THE DEFLECTOR AND INLET DOORS ALLOW OUTSIDE AIR TO PASS THROUGH TWOHEAT EXCHANGERS WHICH COOL THE AIR IN THE AIR CONDITIONING PACK. THEFLOW OF THIS AIR IS CONTROLLED BY THE POSITION OF THE INLET AND EXHAUSTLOUVER DOORS WHICH ARE MECHANICALLY LINKED TOGETHER.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • AIR TO THE PACKS CAN BE SUPPLIED FROM EITHER ENGINE, (pause2) THE APU (pause2)OR A PNEUMATIC GROUND CART. THE AIR IS DISTRIBUTED THROUGH THE PNEUMATICSYSTEM TO THE AIR CONDITIONING PACKS. BOTH PACKS CAN BE OPERATEDSIMULTANEOUSLY USING A GROUND CART SOURCE.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • WITH THE PACKS NOT OPERATING, A CONDITIONED AIR CART MAY BE USED TO SUPPLYPRECONDITIONED AIR, THROUGH THE DISTRIBUTION SUPPLY DUCT (pause2) DIRECTLYTO THE COCKPIT AND THE PASSENGER CABIN. IT IS SHOWN CONNECTED TO THEAIRPLANE BELOW THE AIR INLET DOOR ON THE BOTTOM OF THE FUSELAGE.MENU PRINCIPAL
    • THIS COMPLETES THE FIRST PART OF THE AIRPLANE FAMILIARIZATION. GO ON TO THENEXT PART.MENU PRINCIPALRETURN TO MENU