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Vol 6

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(201) What happens if electrical current between 100 and 200 milliamperes is absorbed by the body? Instant death from heart failure.
(201) What should you do before touching a capacitor that is connected to a de-energized circuit? Short circuit the terminals to make sure the capacitor is completely discharged.
(201) Normally the alternating current (AC) volts found within the mission essential power (MEP)–12 bare base equipment can be how high? 4,160.
201) You ground the high voltage cable before you place the terminals on the storage terminals because the cable carries the residual voltage.
(202) Which force module (FM) is defined at open the airbase? FM 1.
202) What basic expeditionary airfield resources (BEAR) package is designed to provide basic shelter and hygiene for 150 personnel and will fit onto one C–17 aircraft? Swift basic expeditionary airfield resources (SB) package.
(202) How many mission essential power (MEP)–806B generators are included in the swift basic expeditionary airfield resources (SB) package? 4.
(202) What must you install if sufficient distance cannot be achieved between the power plant and facilities on a bare base site? Noise barriers or baffles.
(202) What are the four planning factors that determine the location of a bare base power plant? Task, electrical, noise, and lightning
202) Mission essential power (MEP)–12 generators are positioned so that the prevailing winds blow in the same direction as the radiator fan.
(202) At a bare base site, fuel is maintained at each prime power generation location to last for how many days? 7.
(202) What is the maximum towing speed you are allowed to tow a mission essential power (MEP)–12 diesel generator on paved surfaces? 20 MPH.
(202) What is the maximum towing speed you are allowed to tow a mission essential power (MEP)–12 diesel generator on unpaved surfaces? 5 miles per hour (MPH).
(202) Who determines the general location of the primary power plant with input from electrical personnel? Engineer officers and engineering personnel.
(203) Placing all of the mission essential power (MEP)–12 control panels into one place and making it a control room allows you to Quickly and easily operate several generators at one time.
(203) After each load change, check the generator for load, voltage, and frequency.
202) How many feet tall should the berms be to contain a possible fuel spill at a mission essential power (MEP)–12 fuel system layout? 3 1/2.
(203) What indicates that a generator is at full load? Ammeter is at 100 percent.
(203) How often should you perform running checks during the time that the mission essential power (MEP)–12 generator is online? At least once an hour.
(203) Meter readings are recorded on a mission essential power (MEP)–12 generator every.. hour.
(204) What meter readings indicate motorization of a generator? The kW meter at zero or lower, the ammeter is reading amperage, and the PF meter is moving off scale.
(204) Motorization of a generator occurs when all load has been removed from the generator while it is connected to the bus.
When paralleling (MEP)–12 generators, place the output breaker control switch of the incoming generator to the CLOSED position when the synchroscope lights are completely dark and the synchroscope is reading approximately at what o’clock position? 11.
(204) How are crosscurrents between parallel generators minimized if the bus voltage is high and the power factors (PF) are different? Lower the voltage to lag unit.
(204) How are crosscurrents between parallel generators minimized if the bus voltage is low and the power factors (PF) are different? Raise the voltage to the lead unit.
(204) How are crosscurrents between parallel generators minimized if the bus voltage is high and the power factors (PF) are they same? Lower the voltage to all units.
(204) How are crosscurrents between parallel generators minimized if the bus voltage is low and the power factors (PF) are they same? Raise the voltage to all units.
(205) Typically mission essential power (MEP)–12 generators are scheduled for maintenance after operating for 300 hours.
(205) The two areas the mission essential power (MEP)–12 generator electrical system can be divided into are the. high voltage and low voltage system.
(205) What action do you take if you find anything questionable on a fuse in the mission essential power (MEP)–12 generator electrical system? Replace it.
(206) Which type of electrical distribution layout provided two or more paths for current flow to a facility? Loop layout.
(206) How many inputs does the primary distribution center (PDC) have? 4.
(206) What is the default amperage setting for WAY 6 on the primary switching center (PSC)? 400 amps.
(206) How many 60-amp outputs are included on the secondary distribution center (SDC)? 16.
(206) What is the amperage rating of the mission essential circuit breaker on the secondary distribution center (SDC)? 250 amps.
(207) How many light masts are included with the remote area lighting set (RALS)? 13.
(207) How many lights make up the light mast on the TF–2 light cart? 4.
(208) What is the size of the generators used to support the emergency airfield lighting system (EALS)? 30 kW.
(208) What is the maximum size runway that an emergency airfield lighting system (EALS) can support? 150 feet wide by 10,000 feet long.
(208) How many intensity levels does the emergency airfield lighting system (EALS) regulator include? 3.
(209) The initial deployment kitchen (IDK) is designed to support the bare base site by providing.. meal preparation capabilities.
209) The initial deployment kitchen (IDK) generator output is wired for how many separate 120/208 volt, alternating current (VAC), 3-phase circuits? 3.
(210) The chemically hardened air management plant (CHAMP) is specifically designed to provide air conditioning and heating for the.. chemically hardened air transportable hospital TEMPER tent
(210) What is the chemically hardened air management plant (CHAMP) equipped with for monitoring and control purposes in the shelter? A removable panel.
(210) What is the normal power configuration for the chemically hardened air management plant (CHAMP)? External power with the generator set in the AUTO position.
(211) Which type of energy absorber is used on the mobile aircraft arresting system (MAAS)? BAK-12.
(211) What is the flow rate of a mobile aircraft arresting system (MAAS) hydraulic power unit (Wacker) running at 2,250 revolutions per minute (RPM)? 4 GPM.
212) Who has the lead role in selecting a site for the mobile aircraft arresting system (MAAS)? Engineer assistant.
(212) What is used to secure the mobile aircraft arresting system (MAAS) on a concrete runway for unidirectional arrestment capability? Anchor plates.
(212) Where should the four-axle trailer retaining pins on a mobile aircraft arresting system (MAAS) be stored once they have been removed? In the front storage box.
(212) On the mobile aircraft arresting system (MAAS), what is used to ensure a 3/8 –inch clearance gap between the bolt head and anchor plate? Taper bolt gauge.
(212) For soil installation of a unidirectional mobile aircraft arresting system (MAAS), 19 aluminum stakes are used to anchor the unit alongside a runway. Around the perimeter of the MAAS trailer, what are 10 of the stakes installed through? Stake pockets.
(212) If you have an asphalt over concrete runway and want to use standard concrete installation procedures, how much asphalt are you allowed to chip away before installing a mobile aircraft arresting system (MAAS)? Less than 1 inch.
(213) Based on time, how often is a certification engagement required on aircraft arresting systems (AAS)? 12 months.
(213) How often are fire protection personnel required to be trained on aircraft arresting system (AAS) activities in order to stay current? Quarterly.
(214) When performing monthly mobile aircraft arresting system (MAAS) service inspections, when should you pull out the tape a minimum of 800 feet? Every third month.
(214) According to purchase tape replacement criteria, how many points are added to the tape history for every full tape pullout (800 feet) and rewind cycle made to comply with the requirements of the technical order count? 1/2 of an engagement.
(215) What are the three main components of the lightweight fairlead beam (LWFB)? Beam and two sheaves.
(215) What does a California Bearing Ratio (CBR) test determine? The strength and load absorption capability of the soil in a selected area.
(215) The lightweight fairlead beam (LWFB) is designed for what aircraft runout distance? 1,200 feet.
(215) What is the total number of stakes needed to install the lightweight fairlead beam (LFWB) in soil? 52.
(216) What is the maximum allowable setback distance for the mobile aircraft arresting system (MAAS) trailers when utilizing the mobile runway edge sheave (MRES)? 275 feet.
(216) During soil installation, how many stakes are required to install each mobile runway edge sheave (MRES) assembly? 32 stakes.
(216) What is the desired reading on the manta ray load locker assembly when testing for security? 10,000 pounds.
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