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Book 2 - Table of Contents 32 32 Landing • • ATA Gear 52 52 Doors

Book 2 - Table of Contents

ATA 3232 Landing

ATA

Landing Gear

Gear

ATA 5252 Doors

ATA

Doors

ATA 3636 Pneumatics

ATA

Pneumatics

ATA

ATA 2121

Air Conditioning

Air

Conditioning

ATA 3030 Ice

ATA

Ice and

and Rain

Rain

ATA 2828 Fuel

ATA

Fuel

ATA 2626 Fire

ATA

Fire Protection

Protection

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Landing Gear

Gear

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LANDING GEAR LANDING GEAR SYSTEM - - GENERAL MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 For Training

LANDING GEAR

LANDING

GEAR

SYSTEM

SYSTEM -- GENERAL

GENERAL

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Landing Gear - General The A300-600 is equipped with a tricycle type landing gear with direct-action

Landing Gear - General

The A300-600 is equipped with a tricycle type landing gear

with direct-action Shock Absorbers (Struts). The left and right

Main gears and the nose gear are retractable under hydraulic

power into wells closed off by gear doors.

The Main Gear, is installed under the wing and retracts

inboard, the gear structure being housed aft of the wing spar

box. Two doors, Mechanically linked to the gear structure

and following gear movement at all times, restore the wing

lower surface profile.

Each Bogie Beam Assembly, is returned to the "aligned"

position by a Pitch Damper Unit, is equipped with four Tire /

Wheel / Multidisc Brake Unit Assemblies. The Bogie Beam

Assemblies are housed in the mid-fuselage area commonly

called the Hydraulics Compartment (Bay) or Main Landing

Gear Wheel Well. The exterior fuselage profile is restored by

two Main Gear Doors each operated by a hydraulic actuating

cylinder.

The two Nose Gear Wheels are hydraulically steered on

the ground. The Nose Gear retracts forward into the

Nose Fuselage Section lower area and mechanically

actuates two Aft Doors which close off the aft part of the

Nose Gear Wheel Well. The forward part of the wheel

well is closed off by two Main Doors each operated by a

hydraulic actuating cylinder.

A Tail Gear protects the aft Fuselage Structure in the

event of excessive nose pitch-up or high nose landing

flare out conditions on the runway surface

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A300/A310 Landing Gear System - System Symbology

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A300/A310 Landing Gear System - System Symbology MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 For Training Purposes

A300/A310 Landing Gear System - System Symbology

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A300 Landing Gear System - General Characteristics General Characteristics Track : Main Gear 9.6M (31 FT

A300 Landing Gear System - General Characteristics

General Characteristics

Track :

Main Gear

9.6M (31 FT 5.95 IN)

Main Gear Wheels

0.927M (36.5 IN)

Nose Gear Wheels

0.625M (24.6 IN)

Wheel Base

18.603M (61 FT 0.4

IN)

Distance between Main Gear Fwd and AFT Axles:1.397M (55

IN)

Nose Gear Wheel Offset (AFT with respect to strut axis): 0.096

Meters (3.78 IN)

Position of Main Gear on MAC

MAC

CG liMits on ground

50%

6.608M (21 FT 8.2 IN)

Nose and Main Gear Shock Absorber Stroke: 0.450M (17.7 IN)

Nose Wheel Steering Angle: ± 65° / ± 95° during towing for A/C

having weights lower than 152 Ton (335,008 Lbs)

Tail

Gear

contact

attitude:

12°,

Main

Gear

Shock

Absorbers Extended

 

Aircraft weight :

Aircraft Maximum

 

Taxi weight

: 171.4 t

(377,766 Lbs)

 

Takeoff weight : 170.5 t

(375,782 Lbs)

Landing weight : 140

t

(308,560 Lbs)

Landing gear weight :

Nose gear (complete) : 690 Kg

(1521 Lbs)

Main gear (complete) : 6467 Kg

(14253 Lbs)

Brake Energy in Megajoules per wheel :

Normal

:

34

Overload :

Limit

:

77

± 65° during towing for A/C having weights higher than 152 Ton

(335,008 Lbs)

Angular displaceMent during extension/retraction

Main Gear Strut : 80.3° Main gear Doors : 90°

Nose Gear Strut : 110°

Nose Gear Doors

:

88°

Tire DiMensions (Tubeless) :

Main Gear 47 x 18-R20

Nose gear 40 x 14-R16

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Maximum Brake Pressure : 206 Bars

(3000 PSI)

Landing Gear Operating Envelope :

VLE (Maximum Landing Gear Extended Speed): 270

Knots

VLO (Maximum Landing Gear Operating Speed)

Retraction : 240 Knots

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A310 Landing Gear System - General Characteristics General Characteristics Track : Main gear 9.6M (31 FT.

A310 Landing Gear System - General Characteristics

General Characteristics

Track :

Main gear

9.6M (31 FT. 5.95 IN)

Aircraft Weight: A310 aircraft varies per Tail Number Aircraft maximum

Main gear wheels with provision for Nose gear wheels

0.927M (36.5 IN) 0.978M (38.5 IN) 0.625M (24.6 IN)

Taxi weight :

125,900 kg (277,500 lbs) to 142,900 kg (315,000 lbs)

Wheel base

18.603M (61 FT. 0.4 IN)

Takeoff weight :

125,000 kg (275,600 lbs) to

Distance between Main gear fwd and aft axles

1.397M (55 IN)

142,000 kg (313,100 lbs)

Nose gear wheel offset (aft with respect to leg axis)0.096M (3.78 IN)

 

Position of Main gear on MAC

50%

Landing weight :

118,500 kg (261,200 lbs) to

MAC CG limits on ground

6.608M (21 FT. 8.2 IN)

121,500 kg (267,900 lbs)

Nose and Main gear shock absorber stroke 0.450M (17.7 IN)

Landing gear weight :

Bogie beam in-flight position

10.3° pitch-down

Nose Gear (complete) : 690 kg

(1521 lbs)

Nose wheel steering angle

± 65° /

± 95° ( towing)

Main Gear (complete) : 2710 kg each

(5974 lbs)

 

Bogie Beam Assy :

1510 kg each

(3329 lbs)

Angular displacement during extension / retraction cycle

Main gear strut : 80.3°

Main gear doors

:

89°

Brake energy in megajoules per wheel :

Nose gear strut :

110°

Nose gear doors

:

88°

Normal

:

26

 

Overload : 33

Tire dimensions (tubeless) :

 

Limit

:

62

Main gear 46 x 16-20 (49 x 17-20 and 19-20 / as options) Nose gear 40 x 14-16

Tail gear contact attitude : 12°, Main gear shock absorbers extended

Maximum brake pressure : 175 bars

(2538 PSI)

Landing gear operating envelope :

VLO (Maximum Landing Gear Operating Speed) : 270 Knots VLE (Maximum Landing Gear Extended Speed) : 240 Knots

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A310 Landing Gear System - General Dimensions on Aircraft MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 For

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LANDING GEAR LANDING GEAR CONTROLS CONTROLS AND AND INDICATIONS INDICATIONS MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

LANDING GEAR

LANDING

GEAR

CONTROLS

CONTROLS AND

AND

INDICATIONS

INDICATIONS

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A300 Landing Gear System - Flight Compartment Controls and Indicators MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

A300 Landing Gear System - Flight Compartment Controls and Indicators

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A310 Landing Gear System - Flight Compartment Controls and Indicators MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

A310 Landing Gear System - Flight Compartment Controls and Indicators

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A300/Some A310 Landing Gear System - Gear & System Circuit Breaker (CB) Panels MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

A300/Some A310 Landing Gear System - Gear & System Circuit Breaker (CB) Panels

A300/Some A310 Landing Gear System - Gear & System Circuit Breaker (CB) Panels MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

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A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Braking Controls and Indicators A300 WITH BRAKE FANS A310 NO BRAKE

A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Braking Controls and Indicators

A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Braking Controls and Indicators A300 WITH BRAKE FANS A310 NO BRAKE
A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Braking Controls and Indicators A300 WITH BRAKE FANS A310 NO BRAKE

A300

WITH

BRAKE

FANS

A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Braking Controls and Indicators A300 WITH BRAKE FANS A310 NO BRAKE

A310

NO

BRAKE

FANS

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A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Visual Downlock Indication - Main Gear NOTE Some A300 / A310

A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Visual Downlock Indication - Main Gear

A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Visual Downlock Indication - Main Gear NOTE Some A300 / A310

NOTE

Some A300 / A310 aircraft have visual indicators removed

due to binding and broken parts. Mechanical Indication

System components removed per Engineering Order on an

Attrition Basis.

MECHANICAL INDICATOR PINS

A red Indicator Pin appears on each Wing Upper

Surface (above the Main Gear Shock Absorber

Strut Well area) when the associated Main Gear

is down and locked.

The Indicator Pins are not visible from the Main

Deck Cargo Compartment area due to the Cargo

Freighter Configuration.

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A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Emergency Extension (Gravity Method) - Location and Hand Crank Assembly LANDING

A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Emergency Extension (Gravity Method) - Location and Hand

Crank Assembly

LANDING GEAR HANDCRANK FITTING

LANDING GEAR HANDCRANK

A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Emergency Extension (Gravity Method) - Location and Hand Crank Assembly LANDING
A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Emergency Extension (Gravity Method) - Location and Hand Crank Assembly LANDING

A stop is provided after approximately 20 turns to extend the landing gear free-fall (gravity method). To restore to normal condition,

reverse procedure till return stop is touched by emergency extension

mechanism under flight deck floor.

Stowed in F/O console for free fall extension the handle must be

inserted in a protected flight compartment floor fitting aft of the center

pedestal on RH side, then rotated clockwise.

Green hydraulic pressure is first isolated then, all chambers are

connected to the green reservoir. At 17.5 turns, doors unlock. At 19.5

turns gears unlock, free fall and downlock assisted by aerodynamic forces (nose L/G) and spring assistance (Main L/G). Doors will remain opened until flight or ground reconditioning.

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LANDING GEAR LANDING GEAR HYDRAULIC HYDRAULIC AND AND ELECTRICAL ELECTRICAL POWER POWER SOURCES SOURCES MTT M540000/R3.32

LANDING GEAR

LANDING

GEAR

HYDRAULIC

HYDRAULIC AND

AND

ELECTRICAL

ELECTRICAL POWER

POWER

SOURCES

SOURCES

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A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Hydraulic Power Supply NORMAL BRAKE ALTN BRAKE LANDING GEAR PARK BRAKE
A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Hydraulic Power Supply NORMAL BRAKE ALTN BRAKE LANDING GEAR PARK BRAKE
A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Hydraulic Power Supply
NORMAL BRAKE
ALTN BRAKE
LANDING GEAR
PARK BRAKE
NW STEERING
P
BLUE
GREEN
YELLOW
RESERVIOR
RESERVIOR
RESERVIOR

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A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Hydraulic Power Users NOSE WHEEL STEERING LDG GEAR EXTENTION/RETRACTION NORMAL ALTERNATE

A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Hydraulic Power Users

NOSE WHEEL STEERING LDG GEAR EXTENTION/RETRACTION NORMAL ALTERNATE BRAKING + PARKING BRAKE BRAKING AUTOMATIC SELECTOR M
NOSE WHEEL STEERING
LDG GEAR EXTENTION/RETRACTION
NORMAL
ALTERNATE
BRAKING + PARKING BRAKE
BRAKING
AUTOMATIC
SELECTOR
M
P
GREEN
YELLOW
HP
HP MANIFOLD
MANIFOLD
M

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A300 Landing Gear System - Landing Gear Electrical Power Supply MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

A300 Landing Gear System - Landing Gear Electrical Power Supply

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A310 Landing Gear System - Landing Gear Electrical Power Supply MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

A310 Landing Gear System - Landing Gear Electrical Power Supply

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NOSE NOSE GEAR GEAR ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY COMPONENTS COMPONENTS AND AND SAFETY DEVICES SAFETY DEVICES MTT M540000/R3.32

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NOSE GEAR

GEAR ASSEMBLY

ASSEMBLY

COMPONENTS

COMPONENTS AND

AND

SAFETY DEVICES

SAFETY

DEVICES

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A300/A310 Nose Landing Gear System - General Description GENERAL The nose gear is hinged on the

A300/A310 Nose Landing Gear System - General Description

GENERAL The nose gear is hinged on the structure between frames 16A and 17.

The nose gear includes a hydraulic actuating cylinder, a telescopic drag strut, direct acting shock absorber and a system for steering the nose wheels on the ground.

Five doors close off the nose gear well and restore the fuselage profile. It is extended and retracted by the Green Hydraulic System Gear Actuating Cylinder.

The Nose Gear is equipped with an Oleo Type Shock Absorber. The Link Tube supports the Trunnion, allowing the gear to be hinged between Fuselage Frame (FR) 16A and 17.

The shock Absorber Rotating Barrel controlled by the Nose Wheel Steering (NWS) is linked to the Shock Absorber by a Torque Link Assembly. The Nose Gear Telescope Drag Strut provides fore and aft bracing of the Nose Gear in the down locked position. Mechanical locking of the drag strut is achieved by internal locking dogs. The internal locking dogs are released during landing gear retraction cycle (Nose Gear Retraction Phase).

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A300/A310 Nose Gear Assembly - Safety Pin - Downlock Position A locking mechanism using a safety

A300/A310 Nose Gear Assembly - Safety Pin - Downlock Position

A locking mechanism using a safety pin secures the landing

gear on the ground and prevents accidental nose gear

retraction during static and pressurized conditions.

NOSE GEAR TELESCOPIC STRUT

The nose gear telescopic drag strut provides nose gear

downlocking and bracing in the fore and aft position.

Mechanical locking of the drag strut is achieved by internal

locking dogs.

Downlock release is achieved hydraulically by action on a

locking sleeve which frees the locking dogs.

During gear extension the locking sleeve is repositioned

hydraulically. At the end of the rod extension a microswitch

indicates that the drag strut is downlocked. A visual indicator

(mechanical) also appears when the strut is downlocked.

A mechanical system is provided for immobilizing the locking

sleeve on the ground by insertion of a safety pin. During this

operation and especially after a landing gear Free Fall

extension with the aircraft on jacks it is highly important to

make certain that the drag strut is positively downlocked as

installation of the safety pin is possible when the strut is not

downlocked.

NOSE WHEEL STEERING

WARNING: WHENEVER THE GROUND SAFETY PIN IS

INSTALLED ON THE NOSE GEAR TELESCOPIC STRUT,

ALWAYS VISUALLY CHECK THAT:

IT HAS COMPLETELY AND EASILY ROTATED THE

FORK-TYPE LEVER OF THE GROUND LOCKING

SYSTEM.

ITS STOP FLANGE ABUTS AGAINST THE HOUSING

OF THE TELESCOPIC STRUT LOCKING SYSTEM.

(FULL INSERTION).

A towing lever on the Nose Gear Warning Panel 3WC (old

interphone box) enables the steering system to be

deactivated for towing purposes. Nose wheel deflection of

±95° is possible in this configuration.

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A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Downlocking Safety Pin and Nose Gear Steering Deactivation (Towing) NWS Deactivated

A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Downlocking Safety Pin and Nose Gear Steering Deactivation

(Towing)

NWS Deactivated To NWS Unit Green Hyd System Pressure (LG EXT PRESSURE) Drain Line
NWS Deactivated
To NWS Unit
Green Hyd System Pressure
(LG EXT PRESSURE)
Drain Line

Return Hydraulic fluid to Green Hyd System return manifold

NWS SOLENOID SELECTOR

A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Downlocking Safety Pin and Nose Gear Steering Deactivation (Towing) NWS Deactivated

NWS = NOSE WHEEL STEERING

A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Downlocking Safety Pin and Nose Gear Steering Deactivation (Towing) NWS Deactivated

VALVE / FIN 3GC

NOSE GEAR PANEL 3WC

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A300/A310 Nose Gear System - General Safety Precautions and Safety Devices GENERAL - SERVICING - LANDING

A300/A310 Nose Gear System - General Safety Precautions and Safety Devices

GENERAL - SERVICING - LANDING GEAR (NOSE GEAR)

WARNING : BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH MAINTENANCE WORK ON OR NEAR MECHANICAL FLIGHT CONTROLS OR PRIMARY FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES, LANDING GEARS, ASSOCIATED DOORS OR ANY MOVING COMPONENT, MAKE CERTAIN THAT GROUND SAFETIES AND/OR WARNING NOTICES ARE IN CORRECT POSITION TO PREVENT INADVERTENT OPERATION OF CONTROLS.

BEFORE POWER IS SUPPLIED TO THE AIRCRAFT MAKE CERTAIN THAT ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS UPON WHICH WORK IS IN PROGRESS ARE ISOLATED.

BEFORE PRESSURIZING HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS, MAKE CERTAIN THAT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM UNDER MAINTENANCE HAS BEEN ISOLATED.

Safety Precautions Necessary During Maintenance Work on Aircraft WARNING : WHEN WORKING ON AIRCRAFT, ESPECIALLY WITHIN GEAR AND DOOR TRAVEL RANGES, THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS MUST BE OBSERVED.

A. Equipment and Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ITEM PART NUMBER

DESIGNATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

98A32101510000

Safety Pin - MLG Door Locking

C23157100-1

Safety Pin - Nose Gear Downlock

C47281

(Telescopic Strut) Safety Collar - Nose Gear Door Actuating Cylinder

On Panel 4VU Make certain that landing gear control lever is in DOWN position. Between First Officer's and Flight Engineer's seats

Make certain that landing gear Free Fall extension control handle is in Normal position.

WARNING : BEFORE INSTALLING THE GROUND SAFETY PINS, MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE LANDING GEAR IS DOWNLOCKED. THIS IS ACHIEVED BY CHECKING THAT :

  • - IN FLIGHT COMPARTMENT, ON PANELS 400VU AND 76VU LH-NOSE-RH GREEN ARROWS ARE ON.

  • - DOWNLOCK VISUAL INDICATORS ARE VISIBLE ON WINGS (MAIN GEARS) AND ON TELESCOPIC DRAG STRUT (NOSE GEAR).

Make certain that nose and main gear ground safety pins are installed :

(NOTE: Main Gear Safety Pins to be discussed later in Main Gear Section)

On nose gear telescopic drag strut

WARNING : WHENEVER THE GROUND SAFETY PIN IS INSTALLED ON THE NOSE GEAR TELESCOPIC STRUT, ALWAYS VISUALLY CHECK THAT :

  • - IT HAS COMPLETELY AND EASILY ROTATED THE FORK-TYPE LEVER OF THE GROUND LOCKING SYSTEM.

  • - ITS STOP FLANGE ABUTS AGAINST THE HOUSING OF THE TELESCOPIC STRUT LOCKING SYSTEM. (FULL INSERTION).

WARNING : WHEN THE GROUND SAFETY PIN IS REMOVED, VISUALLY CHECK THE DOWN POSITION OF THE FORK-TYPE LEVER ON THE TELESCOPIC STRUT GROUND LOCKING SYSTEM.

Make certain that wheel chocks are in position.

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A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Location of Safety Equipment NOTE: GROUND MAINTENANCE SAFETY PIN - INSTALLED

A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Location of Safety Equipment

A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Location of Safety Equipment NOTE: GROUND MAINTENANCE SAFETY PIN - INSTALLED

NOTE: GROUND MAINTENANCE SAFETY PIN - INSTALLED AND SHOWN IN GRAPHIC

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A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Nose Gear Wheel Assembly - Component and Tire Condition Check GENERAL

A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Nose Gear Wheel Assembly - Component and Tire Condition Check

GENERAL NOSE GEAR WHEELS THE NOSE GEAR WHEELS ARE MANUFACTURED BY MESSIER.

THE WHEELS ARE COMPRISED OF TWO LIGHT ALLOY HALF-WHEELS ASSEMBLED HIGH-TENSILE STEEL BOLTS AND ARE EQUIPPED WITH:

40X14 TUBELESS CONVENTIONAL TIRES OR 40 X 14R16 TUBELESS

RADIAL TIRES. A STANDARD INFLATING VALVE WITH POSSIBILITY OF REPLACEMENT

BY A VALVE INCORPORATING A PRESSURE INDICATOR (PSI TYPE). A SYSTEM PROVIDING TIRE PRESSURE INDICATION IN THE FLIGHT COMPARTMENT CAN BE INSTALLED AS AN OPTION (TPIS).

6. TIRE AND BRAKE WEAR/CONDITION CHECK

  • A. TIRES CHECK

NOTE: REFER TO AMM 32-41-00-6 FOR DETAILED TIRE DAMAGE AND WEAR

INFO. 1) INSPECT TIRES FOR DAMAGE OR DETERIORATION 2) INSPECT TIRES FOR WEAR

  • a) TIRES EXPOSING THE TREAD REINFORCING PLY REQUIRE

REPLACEMENT. NOTE: TREAD REINFORCING PLY IS FIRST CORD UNDER TREAD GROOVE. TIRES EXPOSING REINFORCING PLY MAY BE TRANSFERRED TO OIL (EAML

ENTRY) IF REPLACEMENT WILL CAUSE A DELAY OR IF TOOLING OR MANPOWER IS NOT AVAILABLE. TIRE MUST BE SCHEDULED FOR REPLACEMENT AT NEXT MAINTENANCE STATION WHERE ABOVE LIMITS CAN BE MET.

  • b) TIRES EXPOSING THE CARCASS BODY PLY MUST BE REPLACED.

NOTE: THE FIRST CARCASS BODY PLY IS THE FIRST CORD UNDER THE TWO

TREAD REINFORCING CORDS AND THE THIRD CORD UNDER THE TREAD GROOVES. WEAR INTO THE CARCASS PLIES WILL CAUSE SCRAPPING BY RETREADER.

  • B. BRAKES CHECK (AMM 32-42-27-6)

NOTE: PARK BRAKES SET, PRESSURE 1000 PSI MINIMUM. NOTE: WEAR INDICATOR READINGS SHOULD BE TAKEN WHEN BRAKE TEMPERATURE IS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO AMBIENT. 1) CHECK ALL BRAKES FOR LEAKS. 2) CHECK WEAR PINS (MEASURE FROM SURFACE OF SUBASSEMBLY HOUSING) A300-600 (ALL) CORRECTIVE ACTION -------------- ----------------- GREATER THAN .04 INCH SERVICEABLE RANGE GREATER THAN 0.0 TO 0.04 INCH DEFERRAL RANGE (SEE NOTE BELOW) 0.0 INCH OR LESS REPLACE BEFORE FLIGHT NOTE: LINE MAINTENANCE ONLY: ESTABLISH AN OPEN ITEM IN EAML STATING

BRAKE POSITION, SERIAL NUMBER, AND PIN MEASUREMENT. NOTIFY MOCC. 3) RELEASE PARK BRAKES (MAKE SURE CHOCKS IN). 7. TIRE PRESSURES CHECK NOTE: CHECK TIRE PRESSURE WITH CALIBRATED, HAND-HELD GAUGE. SEE TABLE BELOW FOR TIRE PRESSURE LIMITS AND AIRCRAFT EFFECTIVITY. (REF. AMM 12-14-32)

NOTE: AD 87-08-09 REQUIRES THE USE OF DRY NITROGEN TO INFLATE TIRES. THE USE OF COMPRESSED AIR TO SERVICE TIRES IS PROHIBITED.

  • A. HOT TIRE PRESSURE CHECKS WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED IF INSUFFICIENT

TIME PREVENTS TEMPERATURE STABILIZATION (LESS THAN 2 HOURS AFTER

LANDING WHEN TIRE STILL WARM TO THE TOUCH). THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA AND PROCEDURES SHALL BE OBSERVED WHEN CHECKING HOT TIRES. 1) MEASURE TIRE PRESSURES AND COMPARE ADJACENT TIRES ON THE SAME AXLE. 2) MLG TIRES WITH A PRESSURE OF 199 PSI OR ABOVE WITHIN 20 PSI OF THE ADJACENT TIRE ON THE SAME AXLE AND NLG TIRES WITH A PRESSURE OF 148 PSI OR ABOVE WITHIN 15 PSI OF THE ADJACENT TIRE ON THE SAME AXLE DO NOT REQUIRE SERVICE. 3) DO NOT DEFLATE TIRES SINCE HOT TIRE PRESSURES WILL BE HIGHER THAN COLD TIRE PRESSURES. 4) IF TIRE PRESSURES DO NOT MEET CRITERIA STATED ABOVE, COMPLY WITH CRITERIA AND PROCEDURES IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE. HOT TIRE PRESSURES FOR ALL A300-600 AIRCRAFT MLG TIRE NLG TIRE CORRECTIVE 49 X 17-20 32PR 40 X 14-16 24PR ACTION

  • 179 PSI & ABOVE 134 PSI & ABOVE *1

  • 161 TO 178 PSI 120 TO 133 PSI REPLACE TIRE

  • 160 PSI & BELOW 119 PSI & BELOW *3

    • B. COLD TIRE PRESSURE CHECKS WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED AFTER AN

AIRCRAFT HAS BEEN ON THE GROUND FOR A LONG ENOUGH PERIOD TO PERMIT TIRES, WHEELS AND BRAKES TO STABILIZE AT THE AMBIENT TEMP. THIS REQUIRES AT LEAST 2 HOURS. THE CRITERIA AND PROCEDURE PRESENTED IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE MUST BE USED WHEN CHECKING TIRES AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURES:

NOTE: TIRES CHECKED AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURES BELOW 40 DEGREES F

CAN EXHIBIT LOW PRESSURES IF PREVIOUS SERVICING WAS ACCOMPLISHED AT HIGHER AMBIENT TEMPERATURES. TIRES CHECKED UNDER THESE CONDITIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED TO BE LEAKING IF

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A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Nose Gear Wheel Assembly - Component and Tire Condition Check GENERAL

A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Nose Gear Wheel Assembly - Component and Tire Condition Check

GENERAL

NOSE GEAR WHEELS

THE NOSE GEAR WHEELS ARE MANUFACTURED BY MESSIER.

THE WHEELS ARE COMPRISED OF TWO LIGHT ALLOY HALF-WHEELS ASSEMBLED BY HIGH-TENSILE STEEL BOLTS AND ARE EQUIPPED WITH:

40 X 14 TUBELESS CONVENTIONAL TIRES OR 40 X 14R16 TUBELESS RADIAL TIRES.

A STANDARD INFLATING VALVE WITH POSSIBILITY OF REPLACEMENT BY A VALVE INCORPORATING A PRESSURE INDICATOR (PSI TYPE).

A SYSTEM PROVIDING TIRE PRESSURE INDICATION IN THE FLIGHT COMPARTMENT CAN BE INSTALLED AS AN OPTION (TPIS).1

  • 6. TIRE AND BRAKE WEAR/CONDITION CHECK

A. TIRES CHECK

NOTE: REFER TO AMM 32-41-00-6 FOR DETAILED TIRE DAMAGE AND WEAR INFO. 1) INSPECT TIRES FOR DAMAGE OR DETERIORATION

2) INSPECT TIRES FOR WEAR

  • a) TIRES EXPOSING THE TREAD REINFORCING PLY REQUIRE

REPLACEMENT.

NOTE: TREAD REINFORCING PLY IS FIRST CORD UNDER TREAD GROOVE. TIRES EXPOSING REINFORCING PLY MAY BE TRANSFERRED TO OIL (EAML ENTRY) IF REPLACEMENT WILL CAUSE A DELAY OR IF TOOLING OR MANPOWER IS NOT AVAILABLE. TIRE MUST BE SCHEDULED FOR REPLACEMENT AT NEXT MAINTENANCE STATION WHERE ABOVE LIMITS CAN BE MET.

  • b) TIRES EXPOSING THE CARCASS BODY PLY MUST BE REPLACED.

NOTE: THE FIRST CARCASS BODY PLY IS THE FIRST CORD UNDER THE TWO TREAD REINFORCING CORDS AND THE THIRD CORD UNDER THE TREAD GROOVES. WEAR INTO THE CARCASS PLIES WILL CAUSE SCRAPPING BY RETREADER.

  • 7. TIRE PRESSURES CHECK – A310-200 AIRCRAFT

NOTE: CHECK TIRE PRESSURE WITH CALIBRATED, HAND-HELD GAUGE. SEE TABLE BELOW FOR TIRE PRESSURE LIMITS AND AIRCRAFT EFFECTIVITY.(REF. AMM 12-14-32)

NOTE: AD 87-08-09 REQUIRES THE USE OF DRY NITROGEN TO INFLATE TIRES. THE USE OF COMPRESSED AIR TO SERVICE TIRES IS PROHIBITED.

  • A. HOT TIRE PRESSURE CHECKS WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED IF SHORT GROUND TIME PREVENTS TEMPERATURE STABILIZATION (LESS THAN 2 HOURS AFTER LANDING WHEN TIRE STILL WARM TO THE TOUCH). THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA AND PROCEDURES SHALL BE OBSERVED WHEN CHECKING HOT TIRES. 1)

MEASURE TIRE PRESSURES AND COMPARE ADJACENT TIRES ON THE SAME AXLE.

  • a) N401FE-N405FE, N407FE-N408FE, N424FE-N426FE, N428FE, N446FE- N450FE NLG TIRES WITH A PRESSURE OF 150 PSI OR ABOVE WITHIN 15 PSI OF THE ADJACENT TIRE ON THE SAME AXLE DO NOT REQUIRE SERVICE.

  • b) N409FE-N423FE, N427FE, N429FE-N430FE, N442FE-N443FE, N445FE, N451FE-N454FE NLG TIRES WITH A PRESSURE OF 164 PSI OR ABOVE WITHIN 15 PSI OF THE ADJACENT TIRE ON THE SAME AXLE DO NOT REQUIRE SERVICE.

2)

DO NOT DEFLATE TIRES SINCE HOT TIRE PRESSURES WILL BE HIGHER THAN COLD TIRE PRESSURE.

3)

IF TIRE PRESSURES DO NOT MEET CRITERIA STATED ABOVE, COMPLY WITH CRITERIA AND PROCEDURES IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE.

HOT TIRE PRESSURES NLG TIRE

CORRECTIVE ACTION

 

40 X 14-16

24PR

N401FE-N405FE, N407FE-N408FE, N424FE-N426FE, N428FE, N446FE-N450FE

  • 135 PSI & ABOVE

*1

  • 122 TO 134 PSI

REPLACE TIRE

  • 121 PSI & BELOW

*3

N409FE-N423FE, N427FE, N429FE-N430FE, N442FE-N443FE, N445FE

  • 149 PSI & ABOVE

*1

  • 133 TO 148 PSI

REPLACE TIRE

  • 132 PSI & BELOW

*3

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  • B. COLD TIRE PRESSURE CHECKS WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED AFTER AN AIRCRAFT HAS BEEN ON THE GROUND FOR A LONG ENOUGH PERIOD TO PERMIT TIRES, WHEELS AND BRAKES TO STABILIZE AT THE AMBIENT TEMP. THIS REQUIRES AT LEAST 2 HOURS. THE CRITERIA AND PROCEDURE PRESENTED IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE MUST BE USED WHEN CHECKING TIRES AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURES: NOTE: TIRES CHECKED AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURES BELOW 40 DEGREES F CAN EXHIBIT LOW PRESSURES IF PREVIOUS SERVICING WAS ACCOMPLISHED AT HIGHER AMBIENT TEMPERATURES. TIRES CHECKED UNDER THESE CONDITIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED TO BE LEAKING IF PRESSURE OF TIRE AND ADJACENT TIRE ON SAME AXLE ARE WITHIN 20 PSI OF EACH OTHER FOR MLG AND 15 PSI FOR NLG TIRES. IF TIRES ARE WITHIN THESE LIMITS, TIRE PRESSURES SHALL BE INCREASED TO OPERATIONAL PRESSURE RANGE.

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A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Nose Gear Wheel Assembly -

A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Nose Gear Wheel Assembly -

 
 

Component and Tire Condition Check

 
 

COLD

TIRE

PRESSURES

A310-200

AIRCRAFT

NLG TIRE CORRECTIVE ACTION

40 X 14-16 24PR

*1

WHEN TIRE PRESSURE IS WITHIN THIS RANGE,

REINFLATE TO OPERATIONAL PRESSURE AND ESTABLISH AN OPEN ITEM (EAML ENTRY) STATING Z TIME, Z DATE

   

AND

PRESSURE

TO

WHICH

TIRE

WAS

INFLATED

 

N401FE-N405FE, N407FE-N408FE, N424FE-

REQUESTING A

RECHECK

WITHIN

24

HOURS. NOTIFY

N426FE, N428FE, N446FE-N450FE

  • 145 OPERATIONAL

TO 140 PSI

  • 139 TO 133 PSI

REINFLATE

  • 132 TO 126 PSI

*1

  • 125 TO 117 PSI

*2

  • 116 PSI & BELOW *3

N409FE-N423FE, N427FE, N429FE-N430FE,

N442FE-N443FE, N445FE

  • 159 OPERATIONAL

TO 154 PSI

  • 153 TO 146 PSI

REINFLATE

  • 145 TO 138 PSI

*1

  • 137 TO 128 PSI

*2

  • 127 PSI & BELOW *3

MOCC & DOWN LINE STATION TO ENSURE FOLLOWING IS ACCOMPLISHED: IF ON RECHECK TIRE PRESSURE IS LOWER THAN THE PREVIOUSLY RECORDED TIRE PRESSURE BY 5% OR MORE, TIRE MUST BE REPLACED. IF TIRE PRESSURE HAS DROPPED LESS THAN 5%, OPEN ITEM MAY BE CLEARED.

*2

REPLACE

TIRE.

TIRES CHECKED AT AMBIENT

TEMPERATURES BELOW 40 DEGREES F THAT PRODUCE PRESSURES WITHIN THIS RANGE SHOULD NOT BE REPLACED IF THE PRESSURE OF THE TIRE AND THE

ADJACENT TIRE ON THE SAME AXLE ARE WITHIN 20 PSI OF EACH OTHER FOR MLG OR 15 PSI FOR NLG TIRES. IF THE TIRES ARE WITHIN THESE LIMITS, TIRE PRESSURES

SHOULD

BE

INCREASED

PRESSURE RANGE.

TO THE OPERATIONAL

*3 REPLACE THE LOW TIRE AND ADJACENT TIRE ON THE SAME AXLE IF ROLLING HAS OCCURRED WITH THE TIRE PRESSURE LOW. IF IT IS EVIDENT THAT PRESSURE LOSS TOOK PLACE AFTER THE AIRCRAFT WAS PARKED, REPLACE ONLY THE TIRE WITH LOW PRESSURE.

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A300/A310 Nose Gear Tire - Damage Criteria - General TIRE DAMAGE CRITERIA V-Shaped Cuts (Chevron cutting)

A300/A310 Nose Gear Tire - Damage Criteria - General

TIRE DAMAGE CRITERIA

V-Shaped Cuts (Chevron cutting) are caused by water drainage grooves on the runways.

Remove tire when limits in “Table of Tire Damage Criteria” are reached.

TREAD FLAKING AND CHIPPING

Thin gauge pieces of rubber which have chipped or flaked from wearing portion of tread.

TREAD CHUNKING

A pockmark condition in the weaving portion of the tread due to rough or unimproved runways.

TREAD RUBBER REVERSION

An oval shaped area in the tread where rubber shows burning due to hydroplaning.

FLAT SPOT

This can be caused by landing with brakes on, pivoting with a locked wheel, or heavy braking.

 

TIRE DAMAGE CRITERIA

ACTION

1

Cut runs from one groove to another but is not deeper than grove bottom.

Remove tire if cut is deeper than 5mm.

2

Cut is deeper than groove bottom:

 
 

a. In grove edge

Remove tire if length of cut is greater than 20mm or deeper than 12mm below groove bottom.

 

B, In the rib

Remove tire if length of cut is greater than 60 mm or deeper than 12 mm below groove bottom.

3

Center groove or 2 center grooves worn through

Remove tire.

4

Splits in groove deeper than 4 mm.

Remove tire.

5

Chunking extends over a rob or down to reinforcing piles.

Remove tire.

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A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Wheel Tachometers GENERAL TEN IDENTICAL TACHOMETERS ARE INSTALLED IN THE WHEEL

A300/A310 Landing Gear System - Wheel Tachometers

GENERAL

TEN IDENTICAL TACHOMETERS ARE INSTALLED IN THE

WHEEL

AXLES

(1

FOR

EACH

MAIN

AND

NOSE

GEAR

WHEEL). THE TACHOMETERS PROVIDE WHEEL

SPEED

INFORMATION. EACH TACHOMETER IS EQUIPPED WITH

TWO 200-TOOTH RINGS.

•ONE STATIONARY RING ASSOCIATED WITH A COIL AND PERMANENT MAGNET

•ONE RING DRIVEN BY THE WHEEL.

ROTATION OF THE WHEEL CAUSES VARIATIONS IN THE INDUCTION FREQUENCY PROPORTIONAL TO THE ANGULAR SPEED (FREQUENCY = 200 X ANGULAR SPEED).

THE VARIABLE FREQUENCY VOLTAGE DELIVERED BY THE TACHOMETER IS SENT TO THE BRAKE SYSTEM CONTROL UNIT.

THE SIGNAL VOLTAGE SENT TO THE BRAKE SYSTEM CONTROL UNIT IS USED TO REGULATE THE ANTI-SKID SYSTEM OF THE AIRCRAFT.

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NOSE NOSE GEAR GEAR DOOR DOOR COMPONENTS COMPONENTS AND AND SAFETY DEVICES SAFETY DEVICES MTT M540000/R3.32

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NOSE GEAR

GEAR DOOR

DOOR

COMPONENTS

COMPONENTS AND

AND

SAFETY DEVICES

SAFETY

DEVICES

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A300/A310 Nose Gear Doors - General and Safety Precautions GENERAL Each main forward door is hinged

A300/A310 Nose Gear Doors - General and Safety Precautions

GENERAL

Each main forward door is hinged to the fuselage hydraulic cylinder.

and

operated by a

A leg door is attached to the gear shock strut by 4 adjustable attachment fittings and protects the nose wheel steering distributor valve. Also provides closure of area between the main doors and aft doors when the nose gear is retracted and uplocked in the nose gear well.

The two aft doors are linked to the gear and mechanically operated during extension and retraction.

NLG DOOR ACTUATING CYLINDER SAFETY COLLAR

Whenever it becomes necessary to perform any work in the nose gear wheel well, the nose gear door actuating cylinder safety collar must be installed to prevent possible injury caused by inadvertent closing of the door.

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A300/A310 Nose Gear Doors - Actuator Ground Lock Safety Devices MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

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MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

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A300/A310

A300/A310 Nose Gear Doors (Main Doors) - Ground Opening/Closing WARNING: CHECK THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND

A300/A310 Nose Gear Doors (Main Doors) - Ground Opening/Closing

WARNING: CHECK THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES, INCLUDING WHEEL CHOCKS, ARE IN POSITION. BEFORE APPLYING OR RELIEVING HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PRESSURE, MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR. BEFORE PRESSURIZING HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS, CHECK THAT ALL CONTROLS ARE SET TO CORRESPOND WITH THE ACTUAL POSITION OF THE SERVICES THEY OPERATE. BEFORE PRESSURIZING HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS, MAKE CERTAIN THAT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM UNDER MAINTENANCE HAS BEEN ISOLATED (AS APPLICABLE).

WARNING: MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE DOOR TRAVEL RANGES ARE CLEAR.

WARNING: FOR SAFETY REASONS, STAND AFT OF GEAR LEG WHEN OPERATING DOOR GROUND OPENING CONTROL.

NOSE LANDING GEAR LEFT/RIGHT DOOR OPENING

Place nose gear left/right door ground opening control handle in OPENED position and lock handle by inserting safety pin equipped with streamer in control bellcrank.

Make certain that door opens.

Install safety collar on door actuating cylinder.

NOTE: In the event the doors do not open fully under their own weight, it will be necessary to manually assist them.

DOOR CLOSURE

WARNING: IF OTHER GEAR DOORS ARE OPEN, MAKE CERTAIN THAT SAFETY COLLARS ARE INSTALLED ON DOOR ACTUATING CYLINDERS AND THAT DOOR GROUND OPENING CONTROL HANDLES ARE LOCKED IN OPENED POSITION BY MEANS OF SAFETY PINS.

Remove safety collar from actuating cylinder of door to be closed.

Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System, using the Green electric pumps.

To close the nose gear doors:

remove safety pin stow safety pin place control handle in CLOSED position check that doors close and uplocks engage.

WARNING: IF THE DOORS FAIL TO CLOSE, DOOR GROUND OPENING CONTROL HANDLES SHALL BE RETURNED TO OPENED POSITION (PROBABLE CAUSE, INSUFFICIENT PRESSURE IN THE LANDING GEAR HYDRAULIC SYSTEM).

MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

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For Training Purposes Only

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A300/A310 Nose Main Doors Ground Opening Control - Diagram MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01 ATA

A300/A310 Nose Main Doors Ground Opening Control - Diagram

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ATA 3232
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For Training Purposes Only
A300/A310
A300/A310
A300/A310 Nose Gear Doors (Main Doors) - Ground Opening/Closing WARNING: CHECK THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND

A300/A310 Nose Gear Doors (Main Doors) - Ground Opening/Closing

WARNING: CHECK THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES, INCLUDING WHEEL CHOCKS, ARE IN POSITION. BEFORE APPLYING OR RELIEVING HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PRESSURE, MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR. BEFORE PRESSURIZING HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS, CHECK THAT ALL CONTROLS ARE SET TO CORRESPOND WITH THE ACTUAL POSITION OF THE SERVICES THEY OPERATE. BEFORE PRESSURIZING HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS, MAKE CERTAIN THAT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM UNDER MAINTENANCE HAS BEEN ISOLATED (AS APPLICABLE).

WARNING: MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE DOOR TRAVEL RANGES ARE CLEAR.

WARNING: FOR SAFETY REASONS, STAND AFT OF GEAR LEG WHEN OPERATING DOOR GROUND OPENING CONTROL.

NOSE LANDING GEAR LEFT/RIGHT DOOR OPENING

Place nose gear left/right door ground opening control handle in OPENED position and lock handle by inserting safety pin equipped with streamer in control bellcrank.

Make certain that door opens.

Install safety collar on door actuating cylinder.

NOTE: In the event the doors do not open fully under their own weight, it will be necessary to manually assist them.

DOOR CLOSURE

WARNING: IF OTHER GEAR DOORS ARE OPEN, MAKE CERTAIN THAT SAFETY COLLARS ARE INSTALLED ON DOOR ACTUATING CYLINDERS AND THAT DOOR GROUND OPENING CONTROL HANDLES ARE LOCKED IN OPENED POSITION BY MEANS OF SAFETY PINS.

Remove safety collar from actuating cylinder of door to be closed.

Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System, using the Green electric pumps.

To close the nose gear doors:

remove safety pin stow safety pin place control handle in CLOSED position check that doors close and uplocks engage.

WARNING: IF THE DOORS FAIL TO CLOSE, DOOR GROUND OPENING CONTROL HANDLES SHALL BE RETURNED TO OPENED POSITION (PROBABLE CAUSE, INSUFFICIENT PRESSURE IN THE LANDING GEAR HYDRAULIC SYSTEM).

MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

MTT M540000/R3.32 16AUG01

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For Training Purposes Only

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A300/310 Nose Gear Main Doors Ground Opening - Safety Precautions and Operating Instructions FWD MTT M540000/R3.32

A300/310 Nose Gear Main Doors Ground Opening - Safety Precautions and Operating Instructions

FWD
FWD

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NOSE NOSE GEAR GEAR SYSTEM SYSTEM EXTENSION EXTENSION AND AND RETRACTION COMPONENTS RETRACTION COMPONENTS MTT M540000/R3.32

NOSE

NOSE GEAR

GEAR SYSTEM

SYSTEM

EXTENSION

EXTENSION AND

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RETRACTION COMPONENTS

RETRACTION

COMPONENTS

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A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Extension and Retraction Components A A A A. . . .

A300/A310 Nose Gear System - Extension and Retraction Components

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