EASA part 66 module 7 Essay questions are part of the knowledge requirement set by EASA for AME. The questions are mostly stringy forward. So it requires be written in points. Read this guidance and understand how to write a effective essay answer in your exam.Click on the links to view the answers of these module 7 Essay questions.

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  1. What is an oversize rivet and when would it be used?
  2. Discuss the methods of protection against HIRF and the checks / inspections which would be carried out after a fault was entered in the tech log.
  3. You are required to carry out a torque loading. Describe the procedure including all checks and tests to be carried out.
  4. You are required to carry out a bonding test on an aircraft. Describe the procedure including all checks and tests to be carried out.
  5. Describe the procedure to refuel a medium sized passenger jet Include all safety checks that should be observed.
  6. You are tasked with securing a small 50-seater aircraft due to high winds. How and where would you picket the aircraft and what checks would you carry out?
  7. Describe the procedure for placing a medium sized aircraft into storage for 6 months. Include any maintenance checks that would be required.
  8. List the precautions before, during and after painting an aircraft.
  9. Discuss the precautions you would take, before during and after a windscreen replacement.
  10. A fiber-reinforced flap has been found damaged (soft spot). What inspections and repairs would you carryout?
  11. What are the benefits of cadmium plating?
  12. What is ‘Stressed Skin‘ construction? What inspections would you carryout to it during servicing?
  13. After a heavy landing, describe what checks you would carry out including what questions you would ask the flight crew.
  14. Describe the procedure for weighing an aircraft. Include all precautions to be taken before during and after the weighing.
  15. Describe the procedure for carrying out a dye-penetrant NDT check on an aircraft component.
  16. On carrying out a system check of a stall warning system it is discovered that the first officer’s stick shaker is inoperative. Describe how you would fault find the system and how you would rectify the defect.
  17. On trouble shooting an IDG overheat lamp fault, it was discovered that the connector of the IDG had evidence of overheating. Describe in detail the fault rectification process and how all the work should be recorded.
  18. Describe the procedure for towing an aircraft from the hangar to the line, including all safety aspects.
  19. Describe the procedure you would follow to remove corrosion from a component.
  20. Describe what you would do if the aircraft had suffered a lightning strike.
  21. Describe the different methods of de-icing an aircraft. Include details of types of fluid used.
  22. During an engine start it is noticed that the No.2 ignition system is not working. What are you going to do to fix the problem and what certification (if any) is required?
  23. How is safety in the aircraft hangar achieved?
  24. Describe the procedure used for trouble shooting a DRIVE light of an IDG?
  25. On a walk round inspection you notice smoke/vapour in the starboard wheel well. Describe the actions you would take and list possible causes.
  26. The pilot reports a burning smell from the flight deck air conditioning system. State your actions and detail possible causes.
  27. Describe how you would replace a PCB and the precautions you would take.
  28. After heavy maintenance an aircraft is taken outside for engine runs. the engine will rotate but not ignite, describe the possible causes of this and how you would go about fault finding this problem
  29. Describe in detail your actions after finding a landing gear strut low.
  30. On a major hangar inspection you find corrosion in an unpressurised panel. Detail your actions to return the aircraft to service.
  31. Describe the procedures when inspecting a brake unit. What would you do on discovering a brake unit ‘worn to limits’?
  32. Describe the procedure, documentation used, and those to be filled out when jacking a nose wheel aircraft over 5700kg.
  33. List NDT techniques commonly used for inspecting aircraft structure and components. Give details of defects it will find, what materials the techniques may be used on and what are the chief advantages and disadvantages of each technique
  34. There is 2 inches of wet snow on the aircraft, the temperature is –2oC, what are your considerations before releasing the aircraft for departure?
  35. Describe how you would carry-out a fuel contamination test.
  36. Describe how tooling is controlled within a Part-145 maintenance organization.
  37. Describe the procedure of a hold-over item
  38. Describe how you would make a hole in metal, composite and wood, discuss this in context of aircraft maintenance, state the precautions to be taken and include any limits or tolerances that the usage of these tools can achieve
  39. You notice that there is no hydraulic pressure indicated on the left system, details your actions.
  40. Micrometers and dial test indicators are used as precision equipment discuss the use of these equipment, their limitations and state the precautions to be taken when using them.
  41. Describe how you would replace an electronics card, and the precautions you would take.
  42. Describe three methods of leveling an Aircraft
  43. There is an electrical fault on an APU starter. Describe the procedures and equipment used to return the aircraft to service.
  44. A component is to be replaced on high pressure pneumatic system. Describe the procedure for this. You should assume that all Pep worn, CBs and cockpit control have been made safe and all parts are of the correct P/N & S/N.
  45. List down the types of engineering drawing.
  46. List down the types of fire extinguishers.
  47. how to jack the Aircraft 
  48. how to you troubleshoot an APU fault

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