EASA Modul 9 questions

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´╗┐EASA Part 66 : Human Factor Question

Module 09, Human Factors.
09.1. General.

Question Number.       1.         Accidents and engineering faults are.            
Option A.        insignificant and decreasing. 
Option B.        significant and increasing.     
Option C.        insignificant and increasing.  
Correct Answer is.      significant and increasing.     
Explanation.    CAP 715 Ch.1 Para.2.5 CAP 716 App.G pg.2 Para 1.3.1.

Question Number.       2.         Murphy's law is perpetuated mainly by.                    
Option A.        violations.       
Option B.        poor aircraft design.   
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CAP 716 App.G Para.1.3.1.

Question Number.       10.       What happened to contribute towards the incident in 1995 where a Boeing 737 lost oil pressure and had to divert?.               
Option A.        Both warning indications were faulty, due to crossed connections. 
Option B.        The HP rotor drive covers of both engines had not been refitted after a boroscope inspection.      
Option C.        The boroscope inspection had been inadequate.        
Correct Answer is.      The HP rotor drive covers of both engines had not been refitted after a boroscope inspection.           
Explanation.    CAP 715 Ch.6 App.F Para.1.7 or CAP715. Ch.1 Para. 2.6.1.

Question Number.       11.       What is the most common cause of in-flight engine shutdown?.                  
Option A.        Incomplete installation.          
Option B.        Improper fault isolation, inspection or test.   
Option C.        Foreign object damage.          
Correct Answer is.      Incomplete installation.          
Explanation.    In a Boeing study of 276 inflight shutdowns, 94% of were due to incomplete, improper instalation, damage on instalation, equipment not installed - FOD was a contributing factor.

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