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CFM56-7B
January 2003
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CTC-234

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Published by CFMI

CFMI Customer Training Center


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CFMI Customer Training Services


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Customer Technical Education Center
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USA

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This CFMI publication is for Training Purposes Only. The information is accurate at the time of compilation; however, no
update service will be furnished to maintain accuracy. For authorized maintenance practices and specifications, consult
pertinent maintenance publications.
The information (including technical data) contained in this document is the property of CFM International (GE and
SNECMA). It is disclosed in confidence, and the technical data therein is exported under a U.S. Government license.
Therefore, None of the information may be disclosed to other than the recipient.
In addition, the technical data therein and the direct product of those data, may not be diverted, transferred, re-exported
or disclosed in any manner not provided for by the license without prior written approval of both the U.S. Government
and CFM International.
COPYRIGHT 1998 CFM INTERNATIONAL

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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CONTENTS
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Chapter

Page

Chapter

Page

Table of Contents

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Engine Fire Protection System

1 to 4

Lexis

1 to 10

Engine Fire Detection System

1 to 4

Nacelle General

1 to 6

Engine/Aircraft Connections

1 to 8

Powerplant Presentation

1 to 6

Powerplant Drains

1 to 10

Engine Mounts

1 to 10

Air Inlet Cowl

1 to 6

Fan Cowl Doors

1 to 4

Thrust Reverser Cowl Opening

1 to 6

Thrust Reverser General

1 to 4

Thrust Reverser Mechanical Structure

1 to 24

Thrust Reverser Control System

1 to 30

Exhaust System

1 to 8

Engine Hydraulic System

1 to 4

Engine Bleed Air System

1 to 4

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LEXIS

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LEXIS

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A
A/C
AC
ACARS
ACMS
ACS
ADC
ADEPT
ADIRS
ADIRU
AGB
AIDS
ALF
ALT
ALTN
AMB
AMM
AOG
A/P
APU
ARINC
ASM
A/T
ATA

AIRCRAFT
ALTERNATING CURRENT
AIRCRAFT COMMUNICATION ADRESSING
and REPORTING SYSTEM
AIRCRAFT CONDITION MONITORING
SYSTEM
AIRCRAFT CONTROL SYSTEM
AIR DATA COMPUTER
AIRLINE DATA ENGINE PERFORMANCE
TREND
AIR DATA AND INERTIAL REFERENCE
SYSTEM
AIR DATA AND INERTIAL REFERENCE
UNIT
ACCESSORY GEARBOX
AIRCRAFT INTEGRATED DATA SYSTEM
AFT LOOKING FORWARD
ALTITUDE
ALTERNATE
AMBIENT
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
AIRCRAFT ON GROUND
AIR PLANE
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
AERONAUTICAL RADIO, INC.
(SPECIFICATION)
AUTOTHROTTLE SERVO MECHANISM
AUTOTHROTTLE
AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION

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ATC
ATHR
ATO
AVM

AUTOTHROTTLE COMPUTER
AUTO THRUST
ABORTED TAKE OFF
AIRCRAFT VIBRATION MONITORING

B
BITE
BMC
BPRV
BSI
BSV
BSV
BVCS

BUILT IN TEST EQUIPMENT


BLEED MANAGEMENT COMPUTER
BLEED PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE
BORESCOPE INSPECTION
BURNER STAGING VALVE (SAC)
BURNER SELECTION VALVE (DAC)
BLEED VALVE CONTROL SOLENOID

C
C
CAS
CBP
CCDL
CCFG
CCU
CCW
CDP
CDS
CDU
CFDIU
CFDS

CELSIUS or CENTIGRADE
CALIBRATED AIR SPEED
(HP) COMPRESSOR BLEED PRESSURE
CROSS CHANNEL DATA LINK
COMPACT CONSTANT FREQUENCY
GENERATOR
COMPUTER CONTROL UNIT
COUNTER CLOCKWISE
(HP) COMPRESSOR DISCHARGE
PRESSURE
COMMON DISPLAY SYSTEM
CONTROL DISPLAY UNIT
CENTRALIZED FAULT DISPLAY INTERFACE
UNIT
CENTRALIZED FAULT DISPLAY SYSTEM

LEXIS

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CFM56-7B

CTL
Cu.Ni.In
CW

JOINT GE/SNECMA COMPANY (CFM


INTERNATIONAL)
CENTER OF GRAVITY
channel A
channel B
CHANNEL ACTIVE
COMPRESSOR INLET PRESSURE
COMPRESSOR INLET TEMPERATURE
CENTIMETER X GRAMS
CENTRALIZED MAINTENANCE
COMPUTER
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
CENTRALIZED MAINTENANCE SYSTEM
CENTRAL MAINTENANCE SYSTEM
HIGH TEMPERATURE COATING
CONTINUOUS
CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT
CATHODE RAY TUBE
CONSTANT SPEED DRIVE
CYCLES SINCE INSTALLATION
CYCLES SINCE NEW
COWL THERMAL ANTI-ICING
CUSTOMER TECHNICAL EDUCATION
CENTER
CONTROL
COPPER.NICKEL.INDIUM
CLOCKWISE

D
DAC

DOUBLE ANNULAR COMBUSTOR

CG
Ch A
Ch B
CHATV
CIP(HP)
CIT(HP)
cm.g
CMC
CMM
CMS
CMS
CODEP
CONT
CPU
CRT
CSD
CSI
CSN
CTAI
CTEC

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DAMV
DAR
DC
DCU
DCV
DEU
DFCS
DFDAU
DFDRS
DISC
DIU
DMC
DMD
DMS
DMU
DOD
DPU
DRT
E
EAU
EBU
ECA
ECAM
ECS
ECU
EE
EEC

TRAINING MANUAL
DOUBLE ANNULAR MODULATED VALVE
DIGITAL ACMS RECORDER
DIRECT CURRENT
DATA CONVERSION UNIT
DIRECTIONAL CONTROL VALVE BOEING
DISPLAY ELECTRONIC UNIT
DIGITAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM
DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA ACQUISITION UNIT
DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING
SYSTEM
DISCRETE
DIGITAL INTERFACE UNIT
DISPLAY MANAGEMENT COMPUTER
DEMAND
DEBRIS MONITORING SYSTEM
DATA MANAGEMENT UNIT
DOMESTIC OBJECT DAMAGE
DIGITAL PROCESSING MODULE
DE-RATED TAKE-OFF
ENGINE ACCESSORY UNIT
ENGINE BUILDUP UNIT
ELECTRICAL CHASSIS ASSEMBLY
ELECTRONIC CENTRALIZED AIRCRAFT
MONITORING
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEM
ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
ELECTRONIC ENGINE CONTROL

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ENGINE FLIGHT HOURS


ELECTRONIC FLIGHT INSTRUMENT
SYSTEM
EGT
EXHAUST GAS TEMPERATURE
EHSV
ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC SERVO VALVE
EICAS
ENGINE INDICATING AND CREW
ALERTING SYSTEM
EIS
ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEM
EIU
ENGINE INTERFACE UNIT
EIVMU
ENGINE INTERFACE AND VIBRATION
MONITORING UNIT
EMF
ELECTROMOTIVE FORCE
EMI
ELECTRO MAGNETIC INTERFERENCE
EMU
ENGINE MAINTENANCE UNIT
EPROM ERASABLE PROGRAMMABLE READ ONLY
MEMORY
(E)EPROM (ELECTRICALLY) ERASABLE
PROGRAMMABLE READ ONLY MEMORY
ESN
ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER
ETOPS
EXTENDED TWIN OPERATION SYSTEMS
EWD/SD ENGINE WARNING DISPLAY / SYSTEM
DISPLAY
F
F
FAA
FADEC
FAR
FCC

FARENHEIT
FEDERAL AVIATION AGENCY
FULL AUTHORITY DIGITAL ENGINE
CONTROL
FUEL/AIR RATIO
FLIGHT CONTROL COMPUTER

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FCU
FDAMS
FDIU
FDRS
FDU
FEIM
FF
FFCCV
FI
FIM
FIN
FIT
FLA
FLX TO
FMC
FMCS
FMGC
FMGEC
FMS
FMV
FOD
FPA
FPI
FQIS

TRAINING MANUAL
FLIGHT CONTROL UNIT
FLIGHT DATA ACQUISITION &
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE UNIT
FLIGHT DATA RECORDING SYSTEM
FIRE DETECTION UNIT
FIELD ENGINEERING INVESTIGATION
MEMO
FUEL FLOW (see Wf) -7B
FAN FRAME/COMPRESSOR CASE
VERTICAL (VIBRATION SENSOR)
FLIGHT IDLE (F/I)
FAULT ISOLATION MANUAL
FUNCTIONAL ITEM NUMBER
FAN INLET TEMPERATURE
FORWARD LOOKING AFT
FLEXIBLE TAKE-OFF
FLIGHT MANAGEMENT COMPUTER
FLIGHT MANAGEMENT COMPUTER
SYSTEM
FLIGHT MANAGEMENT AND GUIDANCE
COMPUTER
FLIGHT MANAGEMENT AND GUIDANCE
ENVELOPE COMPUTER
FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
FUEL METERING VALVE
FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE
FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY
FLUORESCENT PENETRANT INSPECTION
FUEL QUANTITY INDICATING SYSTEM

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FRV
FWC
FWD

FUEL RETURN VALVE


FAULT WARNING COMPUTER
FORWARD

G
g.in
GE
GEAE
GEM
GI
GMM
GMT
GND
GPH
GPU
GSE

GRAM X INCHES
GENERAL ELECTRIC
GENERAL ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT ENGINES
GROUND-BASED ENGINE MONITORING
GROUND IDLE (G/I)
GROUND MAINTENANCE MODE
GREENWICH MEAN TIME
GROUND
GALLON PER HOUR
GROUND POWER UNIT
GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

H
HCF
HCU
HDS
HMU
HP
HPC
HPCR
HPRV
HPSOV
HPT
HPT(A)CC

HIGH CYCLE FATIGUE


HYDRAULIC CONTROL UNIT
HORIZONTAL DRIVE SHAFT
HYDROMECHANICAL UNIT
HIGH PRESSURE
HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSOR
HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSOR ROTOR
HIGH PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE
HIGH PRESSURE SHUT-OFF VALVE
HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE
HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE (ACTIVE)
CLEARANCE CONTROL

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HPTC
HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE CLEARANCE
HPTCCV HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE CLEARANCE
CONTROL VALVE
HPTN
HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE NOZZLE
HPTR
HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE ROTOR
Hz
HERTZ (CYCLES PER SECOND)
I
I/O
IAS
ID
ID PLUG
IDG
IFSD
IGB
IGN
IGV
in.
IOM
IPB
IPC
IPCV
IPS
IR

INPUT/OUTPUT
INDICATED AIR SPEED
INSIDE DIAMETER
IDENTIFICATION PLUG
INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR
IN FLIGHT SHUT DOWN
INLET GEARBOX
IGNITION
INLET GUIDE VANE
INCH
INPUT OUTPUT MODULE
ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN
ILLUSTRATED PARTS CATALOG
INTERMEDIATE PRESSURE CHECK VALVE
INCHES PER SECOND
INFRA RED

K
K
k
KIAS
kV

KELVIN
X 1000
INDICATED AIR SPEED IN KNOTS
KILOVOLTS

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Kph

CFM56-7B
KILOGRAMS PER HOUR

L
L
L/H
lbs.
LCD
LCF
LE (L/E)
LGCIU

LEFT
LEFT HAND
POUNDS, WEIGHT
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY
LOW CYCLE FATIGUE
LEADING EDGE
LANDING GEAR CONTROL INTERFACE
UNIT
LP
LOW PRESSURE
LPC
LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR
LPT
LOW PRESSURE TURBINE
LPT(A)CC LOW PRESSURE TURBINE (ACTIVE)
CLEARANCE CONTROL
LPTC
LOW PRESSURE TURBINE CLEARANCE
LPTN
LOW PRESSURE TURBINE NOZZLE
LPTR
LOW PRESSURE TURBINE ROTOR
LRU
LINE REPLACEABLE UNIT
LVDT
LINEAR VARIABLE DIFFERENTIAL
TRANSFORMER
M
mA
MCD
MCDU
MCL
MCR

MILLIAMPERES (CURRENT)
MAGNETIC CHIP DETECTOR
MULTIPURPOSE CONTROL AND DISPLAY
UNIT
MAXIMUM CLIMB
MAXIMUM CRUISE

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MCT
MDDU
MEC
milsD.A.
mm.
MMEL
MO
MPA
MPH
MTBF
MTBR
mV
Mvdc

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MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS
MULTIPURPOSE DISK DRIVE UNIT
MAIN ENGINE CONTROL
Mils DOUBLE AMPLITUDE
MILLIMETERS
MAIN MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
AIRCRAFT SPEED MACH NUMBER
MAXIMUM POWER ASSURANCE
MILES PER HOUR
MEAN TIME BETWEEN FAILURES
MEAN TIME BETWEEN REMOVALS
MILLIVOLTS
MILLIVOLTS DIRECT CURRENT

N
N1 (NL)

LOW PRESSURE ROTOR ROTATIONAL


SPEED
N1*
DESIRED N1
N1ACT
ACTUAL N1
N1CMD
COMMANDED N1
N1DMD
DEMANDED N1
N1K
CORRECTED FAN SPEED
N1TARGET TARGETED FAN SPEED
N2 (NH) HIGH PRESSURE ROTOR ROTATIONAL
SPEED
N2*
DESIRED N2
N2ACT
ACTUAL N2
N2K
CORRECTED CORE SPEED
N/C
NORMALLY CLOSED
N/O
NORMALLY OPEN

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NAC
NVM

NACELLE
NON VOLATILE MEMORY

O
OAT
OD
OGV
OSG
OVBD
OVHT

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE


OUTLET DIAMETER
OUTLET GUIDE VANE
OVERSPEED GOVERNOR
OVERBOARD
OVERHEAT

P
Pb
Pc
Pcr
Pf
P/T25
P/N
P0
P25
PCU
PLA
PMC
PMUX
PPH
PRSOV
Ps
PS12

BYPASS PRESSURE
REGULATED SERVO PRESSURE
CASE REGULATED PRESSURE
HEATED SERVO PRESSURE
HP COMPRESSOR INLET TOTAL AIR
PRESSURE/TEMPERATURE
PART NUMBER
AMBIENT STATIC PRESSURE
HP COMPRESSOR INLET TOTAL AIR
TEMPERATURE
PRESSURE CONVERTER UNIT
POWER LEVER ANGLE
POWER MANAGEMENT CONTROL
PROPULSION MULTIPLEXER
POUNDS PER HOUR
PRESSURE REGULATING SERVO VALVE
PUMP SUPPLY PRESSURE
FAN INLET STATIC AIR PRESSURE

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PS13
PS3HP

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PT25

FAN OUTLET STATIC AIR PRESSURE


COMPRESSOR DISCHARGE STATIC AIR
PRESSURE (CDP)
POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH
POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH ABSOLUTE
POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH
DIFFERENTIAL
POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH GAGE
POWER SUPPLY MODULE
(ECU) PRESSURE SUB-SYSTEM
POWER SUPPLY UNIT
TOTAL PRESSURE
FAN INLET TOTAL AIR PRESSURE
(PRIMARY FLOW)
HPC TOTAL INLET PRESSURE

Q
QAD
QEC
QTY
QWR

QUICK ATTACH DETACH


QUICK ENGINE CHANGE
QUANTITY
QUICK WINDMILL RELIGHT

PSI
PSIA
PSID
psig
PSM
PSS
PSU
PT
PT2

R
R/H
RAC/SB
RACC
RAM
RCC
RDS

RIGHT HAND
ROTOR ACTIVE CLEARANCE/START
BLEED
ROTOR ACTIVE CLEARANCE CONTROL
RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY
REMOTE CHARGE CONVERTER
RADIAL DRIVE SHAFT

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RTD
RTO
RTV

RVDT
S
S/N
S/R
S/V
SAC
SAR
SAV
SB
SCU
SDAC
SDI
SDU
SER
SFC
SFCC
SG
SLS
SLSD

CFM56-7B
REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE
RESISTIVE THERMAL DEVICE
REFUSED TAKE OFF
ROOM TEMPERATURE VULCANIZING
(MATERIAL)
ROTARY VARIABLE DIFFERENTIAL
TRANSFORMER
SERIAL NUMBER
SERVICE REQUEST
SHOP VISIT
SINGLE ANNULAR COMBUSTOR
SMART ACMS RECORDER
STARTER AIR VALVE
SERVICE BULLETIN
SIGNAL CONDITIONING UNIT
SYSTEM DATA ACQUISITION
CONCENTRATOR
SOURCE/DESTINATION IDENTIFIER (BITS)
(CF ARINC SPEC)
SOLENOID DRIVER UNIT
SERVICE EVALUATION REQUEST
SPECIFIC FUEL CONSUMPTION
SLAT FLAP CONTROL COMPUTER
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
SEA LEVEL STANDARD (CONDITIONS :
29.92 in.Hg / 59F)
SEA LEVEL STANDARD DAY (CONDITIONS
: 29.92 in.Hg / 59F)

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SMM
SMP
SN
SNECMA
SOL
SOV
STP
SVR
SW
SYS
T
T oil
T/C
T/E
T/O
T/R
T12
T25
T3
T49.5
T5
TAI
TAT

TRAINING MANUAL
STATUS MATRIX
SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT PLAN
SERIAL NUMBER
SOCIETE NATIONALE DETUDE ET DE
CONSTRUCTION DE MOTEURS
DAVIATION
SOLENOID
SHUT-OFF VALVE
STANDARD TEMPERATURE AND
PRESSURE
SHOP VISIT RATE
SWITCH BOEING
SYSTEM
OIL TEMPERATURE
THERMOCOUPLE
TRAILING EDGE
TAKE OFF
THRUST REVERSER
FAN INLET TOTAL AIR TEMPERATURE
HP COMPRESSOR INLET AIR
TEMPERATURE
HP COMPRESSOR DISCHARGE AIR
TEMPERATURE
EXHAUST GAS TEMPERATURE
LOW PRESSURE TURBINE DISCHARGE
TOTAL AIR TEMPERATURE
THERMAL ANTI ICE
TOTAL AIR TEMPERATURE

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TBC
THERMAL BARRIER COATING
TBD
TO BE DETERMINED
TBO
TIME BETWEEN OVERHAUL
TBV
TRANSIENT BLEED VALVE
TC(TCase) HP TURBINE CASE TEMPERATURE
TCC
TURBINE CLEARANCE CONTROL
TCCV
TURBINE CLEARANCE CONTROL VALVE
TCJ
TEMPERATURE COLD JUNCTION
T/E
TRAILING EDGE
TECU
ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT INTERNAL
TEMPERATURE
TEO
ENGINE OIL TEMPERATURE
TGB
TRANSFER GEARBOX
Ti
TITANIUM
TLA
THROTTLE LEVER ANGLE AIRBUS
TLA
THRUST LEVER ANGLE BOEING
TM
TORQUE MOTOR
TMC
TORQUE MOTOR CURRENT
T/O
TAKE OFF
TO/GA
TAKE OFF/GO AROUND
T/P
TEMPERATURE/PRESSURE SENSOR
TPU
TRANSIENT PROTECTION UNIT
TR
TRANSFORMER RECTIFIER
TRA
THROTTLE RESOLVER ANGLE AIRBUS
TRA
THRUST RESOLVER ANGLE BOEING
TRDV
THRUST REVERSER DIRECTIONAL VALVE
TRF
TURBINE REAR FRAME
TRPV
THRUST REVERSER PRESSURIZING
VALVE
TSI
TIME SINCE INSTALLATION (HOURS)
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TSN
TTL

TIME SINCE NEW (HOURS)


TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR LOGIC

U
UER
UTC

UNSCHEDULED ENGINE REMOVAL


UNIVERSAL TIME CONSTANT

V
VAC
VBV
VDC
VDT
VIB
VLV
VRT
VSV

VOLTAGE, ALTERNATING CURRENT


VARIABLE BLEED VALVE
VOLTAGE, DIRECT CURRENT
VARIABLE DIFFERENTIAL TRANSFORMER
VIBRATION
VALVE
VARIABLE RESISTANCE TRANSDUCER
VARIABLE STATOR VANE

W
WDM
Wf
WFM
WOW
WTAI

WATCHDOG MONITOR
WEIGHT OF FUEL OR FUEL FLOW
WEIGHT OF FUEL METERED
WEIGHT ON WHEELS
WING THERMAL ANTI-ICING

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IMPERIAL / METRIC CONVERSIONS

METRIC / IMPERIAL CONVERSIONS

1 mile
1 ft
1 in.
1 mil.

=
=
=
=

1,609 km
30,48 cm
25,4 mm
25,4

1 km
1m
1 cm
1 mm

= 0.621 mile
= 3.281 ft. or 39.37 in.
= 0.3937 in.
= 39.37 mils.

1 sq.in.

= 6,4516 cm

1 m
1 cm

= 10.76 sq. ft.


= 0.155 sq.in.

1 USG
1 cu.in.

= 3,785 l (dm)
= 16.39 cm

1 m
1 dm
1 cm

= 35.31 cu. ft.


= 0.264 USA gallon
= 0.061 cu.in.

1 lb.

= 0.454 kg

1 kg

= 2.205 lbs

1 psi.

= 6.890 kPa

1 Pa
1 kPa
1 bar

= 1.45 10-4 psi.


= 0.145 psi
= 14.5 psi

= 1.8 x C + 32

= ( F - 32 ) /1.8

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NACELLE GENERAL

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NACELLE
GENERAL
NACELLE

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NACELLE GENERAL
The cowls enclose the periphery of the engine so as to
form the engine nacelle, underneath the aircraft wings.
The nacelle is the aerodynamic structure around the
basic engine and has several purposes:
- To smooth the airflow around and into the engine,
in order to decrease drag and give better engine
performance.
- To prevent damage to the external surface of the
engine.
- To give extra strength to the engine structure.
- To make connections for air, fluids and electricity.
- To enable access to the engine, or direct access to
some engine equipment.

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GENERAL
NACELLE

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AERODYNAMICS

RIGIDITY

ENGINE
PROTECTION

CONNECTIONS

ACCESS

NACELLE PURPOSES

CTC-234-043-00

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CFMI PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

NACELLE
GENERAL
NACELLE

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NACELLE GENERAL
The nacelle is made up of different major sections along
the engine and includes:
- The fan inlet cowl.
- The fan cowl doors.
- The thrust reverser.
- The exhaust system.

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GENERAL
NACELLE

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INLET
COWL

FAN
COWL

THRUST
REVERSER

EXHAUST
SYSTEM

NACELLE SECTIONS

CTC-234-044-00

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NACELLE

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POWERPLANT PRESENTATION
The engine is attached to the wing strut by mounts,
located forward and aft of the core section.
Cowls enclose the periphery of the engine so as to form
the nacelle, which is the aerodynamic structure around
the engine.

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ENGINE MOUNT
LOCATIONS

WING STRUT

COWLS

POWERPLANT PRESENTATION

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POWERPLANT PRESENTATION
For quick servicing, the nacelle cowling is equipped with
various access doors and holes.
Also, various inlets and outlets allow cooling and venting
of the inlet and fan compartments.

Nacelle right side.


The nacelle left side features the following items:
- An EEC ram air inlet.

Nacelle left side.

- A pressure relief/T12 access door.

The nacelle left side features the following items:

- An oil tank access door.

- A starter override access hole.

- Thrust reverser actuators access doors.

- An access door for servicing of the Integrated Drive


Generator (IDG).

- Thrust reverser deactivation holes.

- A pressure relief/access door for visual inspection of


the chip detector.
- Thrust reverser actuators access doors.
- Thrust reverser deactivation holes.

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STARTER
OVERRIDE
ACCESS HOLE

TRAINING MANUAL

IDG ACCESS DOOR


CHIP DETECTOR ACCESS/
PRESSURE RELIEF DOOR

EEC RAM
AIR INLET
T/R DEACTIVATION
HOLES

T/R ACTUATORS
ACCESS DOORS
CTC-234-002-00

OIL TANK
ACCESS DOOR

NACELLE - EQUIPMENT ACCESS POINTS

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T12 ACCESS/
PRESSURE
RELIEF DOOR

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PRESENTATION
NACELLE

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ENGINE MOUNTS

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ENGINE
MOUNTS
NACELLE

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ENGINE MOUNTS
The engine is connected to the strut by two mounts:
- The forward mount.
- The aft mount.
Both mounts are designed to:
- Withstand all the loads acting upon the nacelle.
- Transmit these loads to the strut structure.

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MOUNTS
NACELLE

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STRUT

WING

TRAINING MANUAL

FWD

FORWARD ENGINE MOUNT

FAN FRAME

TURBINE
FRAME

FWD

AFT ENGINE MOUNT

ENGINE MOUNTS

CTC-234-004-00

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NACELLE

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ENGINE MOUNTS
Forward mount.
The forward mount carries the engine vertical and lateral
loads.
It consists of the following elements:
- A fan case fitting assembly attached to the fan frame
at 12 oclock with ten bolts.
- A hanger fitting assembly attached to the strut
structure with two shear pins, four bolts and four
barrel nuts.
The two fittings are mated by means of pawl pins and
nuts before engine installation.

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MOUNTS
NACELLE

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STRUT

BOLTS
(x4)
HANGER
FITTING
BARREL NUTS
(x4)
SHEAR PINS

PAWL PINS
(x3)
FAN CASE
FITTING
BOLTS (x10)
TO FAN CASE

FWD

FORWARD MOUNT

CTC-234-040-00

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NACELLE

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ENGINE MOUNTS
Aft mount.
The aft mount assembly is designed to restrain engine
movements in all directions. It connects the engine
turbine rear frame to the wing strut.
It consists of the following elements:
- Four links.
- A hanger fitting.
- An evener bar.
The four links connect to the turbine rear frame clevisses
with pawl pins and nuts.
The hanger fitting connects to the wing strut structure
with a shear pin, four bolts and barrel nuts.
The evener bar has two attachment points for thrust links.

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MOUNTS
NACELLE

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EVENER BAR

THRUST LINK
(x2)

STRUT

TRAINING MANUAL

SHEAR PIN

BARREL NUT
(x4)

HANGER
FITTING
AFT
ENGINE
MOUNT
LINK
(x4)
INNER
PAWL PIN
(x2)
NUT
(x4)

OUTER
PAWL PIN
(x2)
TURBINE
REAR
FRAME

FWD

BOLT
(x4)

AFT MOUNT

CTC-234-041-00

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ENGINE
MOUNTS
NACELLE

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ENGINE MOUNTS
Thrust links.
In conjunction with the engine mounts, a forward thrust
link system is used to absorb forward and aft engine
loads.
It consists of two links that connect the aft mount to the
fan frame.
Attachment to the fan frame is made at 11 and 1 oclock,
by means of pawl pins and nuts installed through fittings.
Attachment to the aft mount is made by means of pawl
pins and nuts through the two attachment points on the
evener bar.

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THRUST LINK

AFT MOUNT SIDE

FAN FRAME SIDE


PAWL PIN
NUT

AFT
ENGINE MOUNT
EVENER BAR

THRUST
LINK
FWD

THRUST
LINK

PAWL PIN

NOTE: ONLY RIGHT THRUST LINK SHOWN,


LEFT THRUST LINK OPPOSITE.

THRUST LINKS

CTC-234-042-00

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NUT
FAN FRAME
FITTING

FWD

ENGINE
MOUNTS
NACELLE

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MOUNTS
NACELLE

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AIR INLET COWL

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AIR INLET
COWL
NACELLE

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AIR INLET COWL


The air inlet cowl provides a smooth airflow into the
engine during all aircraft operational sequences, and also
prevents ice formation at the front of the powerplant.
It is located at the forward section of the nacelle, and its
rear flange attaches to the engine fan case, by means of
alignment pins at 3 and 9 oclock, and bolts.
The air inlet cowl features:
- An EEC ram air inlet scoop, which provides cooling
air to the EEC.
- A T12 sensor access door, which also acts as a
pressure relief door.
- An anti-ice air duct inside the nose lip, to prevent
ice formation.
The inner skin of the air inlet cowl is lined with acoustical
panels.
Its rear face provides connections for the anti-ice duct,
the EEC cooling hose and the T12 sensor cable.

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COWL
NACELLE

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ANTI-ICE
AIR DUCT

NOSE LIP

VIEW A
ANTI-ICE
DUCT

ANTI-ICE AIR
OUTLET DUCT
EEC RAM
AIR INLET SCOOP

A
PRESSURE RELIEF/
T12 ACCESS
DOOR
SENSOR CABLE
CONNECTION
FWD
EEC COOLING
HOSE

AIR INLET COWL

CTC-234-045-00

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AIR INLET
COWL
NACELLE

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AIR INLET COWL


Anti-icing system.
The inlet cowl anti-icing system keeps ice from forming on
the engine inlet cowl.
Each engine has an inlet cowl anti-icing system.
The systems operate in flight and on the ground.
Switches in the cockpit control the operation of the inlet
cowl anti-icing system.
When the system is ON, the inlet cowl thermal anti-ice
(TAI) valve opens. Hot air from the engine bleed air
manifold flows through the valve into the hollow inlet cowl.
The warm air increases the temperature in the inlet cowl.
The warm air then flows overboard through a vent at the
bottom of the cowl.
Each engine is the source of its inlet cowl thermal
anti-icing air. Thermal anti-icing air is from the engine
bleed air manifold, upstream of the pressure regulator
and shutoff valve.
An inlet cowl TAI pressure switch monitors the pressure in
the duct downstream of the inlet cowl anti-icing valve.
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AIR INLET
COWL
NACELLE

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PRESSURE SWITCH

TRAINING MANUAL

TAI VALVE

ENGINE PNEUMATIC
SYSTEM

SPRAY RING

OVERBOARD EXHAUST

ANTI-ICING SYSTEM

CTC-234-046-00

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AIR INLET
COWL
NACELLE

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COWL
NACELLE

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FAN COWL DOORS

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FAN COWL
DOORS
NACELLE

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FAN COWL DOORS


There are two fan cowls for each engine. Each fan cowl
attaches to the strut with three hinges.
Each fan cowl has two hold open rods.
Fan Cowl Latches.
Three latches secure the left and right fan cowls together.
All latches are along the bottom of the fan cowls.
Fan Cowl Hold Open Rods.

Fan Cowl Hinges.


Each fan cowl hinge has these components:
- Fan cowl clevis.
- Quick release pin.
- Strut lug.
Each fan cowl clevis is on the fan cowl. All strut lugs
are on the strut. The quick release pins make it easy to
remove a fan cowl.

One end of each hold open rod attaches to the fan cowl.
When the cowl is closed, the other end attaches to a
receiver on the fan cowl. When the cowl is open, the other
end attaches to a receiver on the engine. Each hold open
rod is telescopic.
Each hold open rod has a collar that locks the hold open
rod in place. A yellow lock indication shows when the hold
open rod is in the locked position.

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DOORS
NACELLE

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A

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FAN COWL
(OPEN)

FAN COWL
HINGE
(x3)

FAN COWL
CLEVIS

FAN COWL
LATCH KEEPER
(x3)

QUICK
RELEASE
PIN
VIEW

STRUT
LUG

FAN COWL
LATCH
(x3)

COLLAR
FAN COWL HINGE

LOCKED
INDICATION

HOLD OPEN ROD


(TYPICAL)
RECEIVER
(ON ENGINE)

FAN COWL DOORS

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FAN COWL
DOORS
NACELLE

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FAN COWL
DOORS
NACELLE

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THRUST REVERSER COWL OPENING

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T/R COWL
OPENING
NACELLE

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THRUST REVERSER COWL OPENING


Tension latches.
The tension latches hold the T/R halves together.
They must be released to open the T/R cowls.
There are six tension latches for each T/R. Numbers
identify each latch. Latch number one is the latch most
forward. Latch number six is the latch most aft. All latches
are interchangeable.
All tension latches are at the bottom of the T/R halves.
The latch handles and mechanisms are on the left T/R
half. The latch keeper pins are on the right T/R half.
Always open the latches in order from aft (No. 6) to
forward (No. 1).
Always close the latches in order from forward (No. 1) to
aft (No. 6).
You use a latch lever tool to help bring the T/R halves
together. This makes it easy to close the tension latches.

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OPENING
NACELLE

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LATCH HANDLE

LATCH LEVER
TOOL

TENSION LATCHES No.5, No.6


TENSION LATCHES No.4
TENSION LATCHES No.3
THRUST REVERSER , BOTTOM VIEW

TENSION LATCHES No.1, No.2

T/R COWLS TENSION LATCHES

CTC-234-008-00

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T/R COWL
OPENING
NACELLE

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THRUST REVERSER COWL OPENING


Opening actuators.
T/R opening actuators are used to open the T/R cowls.
Each engine has two actuators. Each actuator opens its
cowl to approximately 45 from the closed position.
Each actuator is on the forward face of its T/R cowl. The
upper end of the actuator attaches to the T/R cowl. The
lower end attaches to the engine fan frame extension
ring.
You must open the fan cowls to get access to the
actuators.
A hand pump is usually connected to the actuator inlet
fitting.
Fluid from the hand pump causes the actuator rod to
extend and open the cowl.
As the actuator approaches the full extend position, the
lock collar goes into the lock position.
Fluid goes from the opening actuator back to the hand
pump when you close the cowl.

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OPENING
NACELLE

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LEFT T/R
COWL (HALF)
QUICK
RELEASE
PIN (x2)

LOCK COLLAR
T/R OPENING
ACTUATOR

ACTUATOR SAFETY LOCK

INLET FITTING
FWD

ENGINE, LEFT SIDE


(NO FAN COWL)
HAND PUMP

CONTROL VALVE

T/R COWL OPENING ACTUATOR

CTC-234-009-00

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OPENING
NACELLE

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OPENING
NACELLE

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THRUST REVERSER GENERAL

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THRUST REVERSER - GENERAL


The thrust reverser is designed for ground operation only.
It has two different positions depending on crew request
and aircraft configurations.
In the stow position, the thrust reverser assembly forms
the passage for fan secondary airflow to be discharged
overboard.
In the deploy position (reverse thrust mode), two
hydraulically actuated translating sleeves move rearward,
acting on blocker doors which redirect the secondary
airflow forward and provide a braking effect to reduce the
aircraft stopping distance.

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T/R 2

LEFT TRANSLATING
SLEEVE

T/R 1
LEFT TRANSLATING
SLEEVE

FAN AIR
EXHAUST

INLET
AIR

EXHAUST
AIR

T/R STOW POSITION

EXHAUST
AIR

T/R DEPLOY POSITION

THRUST REVERSER POSITIONS

CTC-234-006-00

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INLET
AIR

CFMI PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

THRUST REVERSER
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THRUST REVERSER MECHANICAL STRUCTURE

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THRUST REVERSER MECHANICAL STRUCTURE


The thrust reverser is made of two halves. Each half has
the following components:
-

Translating sleeve.
Hydraulic actuators.
Sync shafts.
Cascade segments.
Blocker doors.
Blocker door drag links.
Opening actuator.
Krueger flap deflector (inboard halves only).
Rubstrip.
Tension latches.
Fire seals.
Insulation blanket.
Torque box, innerwall and aft cascade support ring.
Access doors.
Upper main track slider.
Lower main track slider.
Main track liner.
Auxiliary track liner.
Upper auxiliary track slider.
Lower auxiliary track slider.
Bullnose seal and retainer.

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T/R MECHANICAL
STRUCTURE
NACELLE

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KRUEGER FLAP
DEFLECTOR

BLOCKER DOOR
OPENING
ACTUATOR

ACCESS DOOR (x6)


BLOCKER DOOR
DRAG LINK

T/R DEACTIVATION POINTS


(FOR FLIGHT DISPATCH)

SYNC SHAFT
THRUST REVERSER
OPENING ACTUATOR

FIRE SEALS
FWD

TRANSLATING
SLEEVE
HYDRAULIC
ACTUATOR

CTC-234-010-00

THRUST REVERSER COMPONENTS LOCATION

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STRUCTURE
NACELLE

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THRUST REVERSER MECHANICAL STRUCTURE


The T/R is a translating sleeve and cascade design.
Each T/R has a left and right fan duct half with a
translating outer wall (sleeve).
The two sleeves on each T/R work at the same time.
However, they are independent from each other.
The mechanical operation of each T/R half is made by the
following components:
-

Hydraulic actuators and sync shafts.


A translating sleeve.
Upper and lower sliders and tracks.
Blocker doors.
Blocker door drag links.
Cascades.

Each blocker door drag link attaches a blocker door to


the inner duct.
The T/R control system uses the hydraulic actuators to
move the translating sleeves. The sleeves move aft of the
cascades during a deploy operation.
Each drag link moves its blocker door into the fan air
exhaust flow as the sleeves move aft.
The blocker doors change the direction of the fan air
exhaust out through the cascades.

The sleeves are in the stow position when they are in the
full forward position.
They are in the deploy position when they are in the full
aft position.
The sleeves have sliders which let them move forward
and aft in tracks.
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BLOCKER
DOOR

BLOCKER
DOOR
(OPEN)

STOW POSITION

CASCADE

DEPLOY POSITION

BLOCKER DOOR
(CLOSED)

CASCADE

CASCADE

TRANSLATING
SLEEVE

TRANSLATING
SLEEVE

INNER DUCT
FORWARD THRUST

BLOCKER DOOR
DRAG LINK

FAN AIR
EXHAUST

TRANSLATING
DOOR

FWD
REVERSE THRUST

THRUST REVERSER OPERATION

CTC-234-007-00

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TRANSLATING
SLEEVE

TRANSLATING
SLEEVE

FAN AIR
EXHAUST
FWD

TRAINING MANUAL

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THRUST REVERSER MECHANICAL STRUCTURE


Translating sleeves.
The translating sleeves have two purposes when the T/Rs
are in the stow position:

The inner skin is the outer wall of the fan duct. Blocker
doors and acoustic panels make up a large part of the
inner skin.

- Protect the cascades and other internal


components.
- Control the outer edge of the fan air exhaust flow.
The translating sleeves have two purposes when the T/Rs
are in the deploy position:
- Expose the cascades.
- Move the blocker doors into the fan air exhaust flow.
The T/R sleeves are located aft of the fan cowl. Sliders
and tracks attach the sleeve to the structure.
The T/R sleeve is a composite assembly with an inner
and outer skin.
The outer skin completes the aerodynamic contour of the
engine cowls and protects internal components.

EFFECTIVITY
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BLOCKER
DOOR

FWD

BLOCKER
DOOR
DRAG LINK
FWD
TRANSLATING SLEEVE
(INNER COWL STRUCTURE NOT SHOWN)
BLOCKER
DOOR
(OPEN)

BLOCKER DOOR
(CLOSED)

CASCADE

CASCADE
OUTER SKIN

OUTER SKIN

INNER SKIN
FAN AIR
EXHAUST

FAN AIR
EXHAUST
FWD
FAN DUCT

BLOCKER DOOR
DRAG LINK

STOW POSITION

BLOCKER DOOR
DRAG LINK

FAN DUCT
DEPLOY POSITION

TRANSLATING SLEEVE

CTC-234-011-00

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INNER SKIN

FWD

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THRUST REVERSER MECHANICAL STRUCTURE


Auxiliary and main track liners.
The T/R auxiliary and main track liners hold the sliders
which let the translating sleeves move forward and aft.
They are located on the upper and lower hinge beams of
each T/R half. The liners are inside the tracks.

EFFECTIVITY
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UPPER AUXILIARY
TRACK AND LINER

TRANSLATING
SLEEVE
REMOVED

UPPER MAIN
TRACK AND LINER

HINGE
BEAM

FWD
UPPER TRACKS AND LINERS

UPPER
AUXILIARY
LINER
UPPER
MAIN LINER

A-A

B
LOWER
MAIN LINER
FWD

LOWER AUXILIARY
TRACK AND LINER
LOWER TRACKS AND LINERS

CTC-234-017-00

LOWER
AUXILIARY
LINER

LATCH
BEAM

B-B

AUXILIARY AND MAIN TRACK LINERS

EFFECTIVITY
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LOWER MAIN
TRACK AND LINER

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STRUCTURE
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THRUST REVERSER MECHANICAL STRUCTURE


Auxiliary and main track sliders.
The auxiliary and main track sliders permit the translating
sleeves to move forward and aft in the tracks.
They are located on the top and the bottom of each
translating sleeve.
The sliders have a wear surface that reduces the friction
between the sliders and the track liners.

EFFECTIVITY
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UPPER AUXILIARY TRACK


SLIDER AND WEAR SURFACE

FWD

LEFT TRANSLATING SLEEVE

BLOCKER
DOOR

UPPER MAIN
TRACK SLIDER
AND WEAR SURFACE

UPPER TRACK SLIDERS (SEE NOTE)

NOTE : LOWER TRACK SLIDERS


ALMOST THE SAME
CTC-234-018-00

AUXILIARY AND MAIN TRACK SLIDERS

EFFECTIVITY
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FWD

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THRUST REVERSER MECHANICAL STRUCTURE


Blocker doors and drag links.
The blocker doors change the direction of the fan air
exhaust flow during a T/R deploy operation.
They are part of the fan duct outer wall when the T/R is
in the stow position.

Each translating sleeve moves aft during a T/R deploy


operation. This movement causes the blocker doors to
move into the fan duct. The fan air exhaust changes
direction and exits through the cascades. This helps
create reverse thrust.

The drag links connect the blocker doors to the fan duct
inner wall.
The blocker doors are part of the translating sleeve.
They are usually smooth with the inner contour of the
translating sleeve.
The blocker door drag links are located in the fan duct.
Each translating sleeve has five blocker doors. There are
three different sizes of blocker doors on each sleeve.
Two hinges connect each blocker door to the forward end
of the inner sleeve.

EFFECTIVITY
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TRAINING MANUAL

COVER
1

HINGE
(x2)

BLOCKER
DOOR

6
8
10

FWD
FAN DUCT
INNER WALL

LEFT T/R HALF

BLOCKER DOOR NUMBERING


(LOOKING FORWARD)
DRAG
LINK

FWD
CASCADE

BLOCKER
DOOR

OUTER SKIN

CASCADE
BLOCKER
DOOR

BLOCKER DOOR INSTALLATION

OUTER
SKIN

INNER SKIN
FAN AIR
EXHAUST
FAN DUCT

FWD

CTC-234-015-00

DRAG LINK

FWD

STOW POSITION

FAN DUCT
DEPLOY POSITION

DRAG LINK

BLOCKER DOORS AND DRAG LINKS

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B737-600, -700, -800, -900, -BBJ, COMBI, C40A/ALL

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FAN AIR
EXHAUST

CFMI PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

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STRUCTURE
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THRUST REVERSER MECHANICAL STRUCTURE


Cascade segments.
The cascades control the direction of the fan air exhaust
during a T/R deploy operation. This helps create reverse
thrust. The cascades also give structural strength to the
T/R.
Each T/R has 12 cascades. Numbers identify the cascade
locations. T/R 1 cascade numbers increase clockwise
when looking forward. T/R 2 cascade numbers increase
counterclockwise when looking forward.
Bolts attach the cascades to the torque box on the
forward edge and to the cascade support ring on the aft
edge.
The T/R needs to be deployed to get access to the
cascades.
There are 22 different cascades for each airplane. Each
type makes the fan air exhaust airflow go out in a different
direction.
Cascades 2 and 3 are partially blocked on each T/R.
These cascades do not let air go through a portion of
their vanes.
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TRAINING MANUAL

12

11

10
FWD

CASCADE

9
8

PARTIALLY BLOCKED CASCADE

CASCADE
SUPPORT RING

12

HYDRAULIC
ACTUATOR

11

2
3

FAN AIR EXHAUST

FWD

BULLNOSE
FAIRING
CASCADE INSTALLATION

INBD

8
6
7
T/R 2 CASCADE LOCATIONS
(ALF)

CASCADE SEGMENTS

CTC-234-014-00

EFFECTIVITY
B737-600, -700, -800, -900, -BBJ, COMBI, C40A/ALL

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T/R 1 CASCADE LOCATIONS


(ALF)

FWD

TORQUE BOX
STRUCTURE

5
7

DEPLOY POSITION

INBD

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TRAINING MANUAL

THRUST REVERSER MECHANICAL STRUCTURE


Krueger flap deflector and fairing.
The krueger flap deflector keeps separation between the
inboard leading edge (krueger) flap and the inboard thrust
reverser outer skin during these conditions:
- The inboard leading edge flap in the extend position.
- Anytime the T/R is out of the stow position.
The fairing gives an aerodynamic surface for airflow
around the top of the thrust reverser.
The krueger flap deflector is on the inboard T/R half of
each engine. The deflector is near the top of the T/R
half. Bolts on the inside of the translating sleeve hold the
deflector in position. You move the translating sleeve aft to
get access to these bolts.
The fairing is just aft of the deflector. Bolts attach the
fairing to the T/R half structure.

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TRAINING MANUAL

VORTEX CONTROL
DEVICE

KRUEGER
FLAP
DEFLECTOR
T/R SLEEVE OUT OF STOW POSITION
FAIRING

FWD

FWD

CTC-234-016-00

KRUEGER FLAP DEFLECTOR AND FAIRING

EFFECTIVITY
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STRUCTURE
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TRAINING MANUAL

THRUST REVERSER MECHANICAL STRUCTURE


Rubstrips.
The rubstrips are the interface between the translating
sleeve and these areas of the structure:
- T/R torque box.
- Hinge (upper) beam.
These rubstrips are the interface between the engine fan
cowl and these areas of the structure:
- T/R torque box.
- Hinge (upper) beam.
- Latch beam.
All rubstrips are along the forward or aft side of the T/R
torque box.

EFFECTIVITY
B737-600, -700, -800, -900, -BBJ, COMBI, C40A/ALL
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TRAINING MANUAL

VIEW

FWD

A
HINGE BEAM (FAN COWL OPEN)
VIEW
LATCH BEAM
RUBSTRIP

FWD

AFT AND FORWARD


TORQUE BOX
RUBSTRIPS

TORQUE
BOX

BOTTOM
BEAM
RUBSTRIP

TORQUE BOX
RUBSTRIPS

FWD

RIGHT T/R SLEEVE


OUT OF STOW POSITION

RUBSTRIPS

CTC-234-019-00

EFFECTIVITY
B737-600, -700, -800, -900, -BBJ, COMBI, C40A/ALL

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LATCH BEAM
RUBSTRIP

CFMI PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

LATCH BEAM

TENSION LATCHES
No. 1 AND No. 2

T/R MECHANICAL
STRUCTURE
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TRAINING MANUAL

THRUST REVERSER MECHANICAL STRUCTURE


Bullnose seal and retainer.
The bullnose seal prevents fan exhaust airflow from
entering the inner part of the T/R translating sleeve when
the T/R is in the stow position, by compressing against
the bullnose fairing.
The bullnose retainer holds the bullnose seal to the
acoustic panel assembly.
The bullnose seal and retainer are on the forward end of
the inner wall structure of the translating sleeve. They are
inboard of the blocker doors.
The retainer attaches to the acoustic panel assembly.
Grooves in the retainer hold the bullnose seal in position.
You move the translating sleeves aft to get access to the
bullnose seal and retainer.

EFFECTIVITY
B737-600, -700, -800, -900, -BBJ, COMBI, C40A/ALL
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STRUCTURE
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TRAINING MANUAL

UPPER AUXILIARY
SLIDER
BULLNOSE SEAL
AND RETAINER

FWD

UPPER MAIN
SLIDE

BLOCKER
DOOR
FWD

CASCADE

TORQUE
BOX

LEFT TRANSLATING SLEEVE

BULLNOSE

ACOUSTIC
PANEL
ASSEMBLY

BLOCKER
DOOR

FWD

BULLNOSE SEAL
AND RETAINER

INBD

BULLNOSE SEAL AND RETAINER

CTC-234-020-00

EFFECTIVITY
B737-600, -700, -800, -900, -BBJ, COMBI, C40A/ALL

TOC

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STRUCTURE
NACELLE

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TRAINING MANUAL

THRUST REVERSER MECHANICAL STRUCTURE


Fire seals.
The fire seals keep any engine fire in the turbine case
area away from these:
-

T/R components.
Engine fan.
Components in the engine fan case area.
Engine strut.

All fire seals are along the upper and forward edges of
the T/R cowls.

EFFECTIVITY
B737-600, -700, -800, -900, -BBJ, COMBI, C40A/ALL
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STRUCTURE
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TRAINING MANUAL

FIRE SEAL

FIRE SEAL

FIRE SEAL
RIGHT T/R HALF

LEFT T/R HALF

FIRE SEALS

CTC-234-021-00

EFFECTIVITY
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TOC

FWD

FIRE SEALS

FWD

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STRUCTURE
NACELLE

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STRUCTURE
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THRUST REVERSER CONTROL SYSTEM

EFFECTIVITY
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TOC

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NACELLE

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TRAINING MANUAL

THRUST REVERSER CONTROL SYSTEM


The thrust reverser control system controls hydraulic and
electrical power to the thrust reverser for stow and deploy
operations.
The control components are located in the following areas
of the airplane:
-

The control stand.


The electronic equipment compartment.
The T/R halves.
The main gear wheel well.

EFFECTIVITY
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MAIN GEAR WHEEL WELL, KEEL BEAM :


- T/R CONTROL VALVE MODULES
- HYDRAULIC VOLUMETRIC FUSES
- HYDRAULIC SHUTTLE VALVES
CONTROL STAND :
- CONTROL SW
- ARM SW
- STOW SW
- SYNC LOCK SW

JUNCTION BOXES J22, J24 :


- T/R CONTROL RELAYS
- TIME DELAY MODULES

ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT COMPARTMENT :


- ENGINE ACCESSORY UNIT (M528)
CTC-234-022-00

T/R CONTROL SYSTEM - COMPONENTS LOCATION

EFFECTIVITY
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THRUST REVERSER HALVES :


- HYDRAULIC ACTUATORS
- SYNC SHAFTS
- SYNC LOCKS
- TRANSLATING SLEEVE LOCK AND STOW
SENSORS

CFMI PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

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NACELLE

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THRUST REVERSER CONTROL SYSTEM


The thrust reverser control system controls hydraulic
power and electrical power to deploy and stow the thrust
reverser (T/R) translating sleeves.

The sync lock is also a manual drive mechanism. You


use the sync lock to manually move the T/R translating
sleeves for maintenance operations.

The system uses 24/28V DC electrical power and reverse


thrust lever position for control.

The Engine Accessory Unit (EAU) has the electrical


circuits necessary for stow operation. The EAU also uses
input from sleeve proximity sensors for auto-restow logic.

There are two T/R control valve modules on the airplane,


one for each T/R.
Each control valve module controls hydraulic power to
deploy or stow its T/R.
Each module contains the electrical and hydraulic
components necessary to control the hydraulic flow to the
T/R hydraulic actuators.

The reverser thrust levers operate switches on the


autothrottle switch packs. These switches control signals
to these components:
- EAU.
- Sync locks.
- Control valve module.

Sync shafts on each translating sleeve make sure the


sleeves three actuators operate at the same speed. The
actuators can operate only if the shaft is free to turn.
A sync lock connects to the bottom hydraulic actuator on
each T/R half. The sync lock must unlock for the sync
shafts to turn. During normal T/R operation, the sync
locks energize to unlock.

EFFECTIVITY
B737-600, -700, -800, -900, -BBJ, COMBI, C40A/ALL
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SYSTEM
NACELLE

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DEPLOY

MAIN OR STANDBY
SYSTEM HYDRAULIC POWER
REVERSE
THRUST
LEVER

28 V DC
STANDBY
BUS

TRAINING MANUAL

STOW

T/R 1 DEPLOY
T/R 1
CTRL
CONTROL
SW
VALVE
MODULE

TO RIGHT
T/R HALF
PROXIMITY
SENSORS

DEPLOY

STOW
ENG 1
FIRE SW

ARM

ARM
SYNC LOCK
EAU
ARM (STOW)
STOW

STOW

AUTOTHROTTLE
SWITCH PACK

ARM (DEPLOY)

LEGEND
ELECTRICAL

SYNC LOCK

SYNC LOCK

MECHANICAL
HYDRAULIC

SYNC LOCK (POWER)

NOTE : T/R 1 IS SHOWN.


T/R 2 IS ALMOST THE SAME.
CTC-234-047-00

DEPLOY

FCC A

SYNC LOCK
(POWER)

T/R CONTROL SYSTEM - GENERAL DESCRIPTION

EFFECTIVITY
B737-600, -700, -800, -900, -BBJ, COMBI, C40A/ALL

TOC

MISC
EQUIP
PANEL
(J22)

CFMI PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

T/R CONTROL
SYSTEM
NACELLE

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THRUST REVERSER CONTROL SYSTEM


Thrust lever interlock.
A thrust-lever interlock provides the crew with a tactile
indication that the thrust reverser has, or has not
deployed. The interlock prevents the flight crew from
moving the reverse-thrust lever beyond the reverse-idle
position, until the EEC detects that both thrust-reverser
sleeves have deployed more than 60% of full deploy and
energizes the interlock solenoid, removing the interlock.
The thrust-lever interlock affects only the operation of
the reverse-thrust lever. Once the reverse-thrust lever
is returned to the normal, stowed position, the forwardthrust lever can be advanced, regardless of the thrustreverser position. However, the EEC constrains the thrust
command to idle until the thrust reverser is stowed.
The interlock is operated by a solenoid. The interlock
solenoid receives power directly from an airplane 28Vdc
supply.

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SYSTEM
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28V DC
BATTERY
BUS
T/R INLK
P6 CIRCUIT
BREAKER PANEL
REVERSE THRUST LEVER
(IN THE STOW POSITION)

RIGHT
SLEEVE
LVDT

60%
DEPLOY
CHANNEL A

RIGHT
SLEEVE
LVDT

60%
DEPLOY
CHANNEL B
EEC

THRUST
REVERSER

INTERLOCK
LATCH

THRUST LEVER
INTERLOCK SOLENOID

CTC-234-048-00

THRUST LEVER INTERLOCK SOLENOIDS

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NACELLE

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THRUST REVERSER CONTROL SYSTEM


Arm, stow and sync lock switches.
The arm and stow switches control the arm and deploy
signals to the T/R control system. The system uses these
signals to control hydraulic power to the T/R.
The sync lock switches control power to the circuits which
control sync lock power.

The thrust lever rod moves when you move its reverse
thrust lever. This movement transmits through a series of
linkages to turn the crank.
The A/T switch pack cam turns with the crank. Movement
of the cam operates the switches.

All of the switches are in the two autothrottle (A/T) switch


packs, below the flight compartment aisle stand.
There are two arm switches, one switch for each T/R.
Each arm switch supplies electrical power to the arm
solenoid in the thrust reverser (T/R) control valve module.
There are two stow switches, one switch for each T/R.
Each stow switch supplies power to the engine accessory
unit (EAU) stow logic circuits.
There are two sync lock switches, one switch for each
T/R.
Each sync lock switch supplies power to the T/R sync
lock circuits.
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THRUST LEVER
ROD (x2)
FWD

CRANK

AISLE STAND
CAM
COVER

SYNC LOCK
SWITCH

STOW
SWITCH

LOWER NOSE
COMPARTMENT
ACCESS DOOR

ARM
SWITCH

CRANK
FWD
AUTOTHROTTLE SWITCH PACK

CTC-234-023-00

AUTOTHROTTLE SWITCH PACK


(NO COVER, NO CRANK)

ARM, STOW AND SYNC LOCK SWITCHES

EFFECTIVITY
B737-600, -700, -800, -900, -BBJ, COMBI, C40A/ALL

TOC

FWD

CFMI PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

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SYSTEM
NACELLE

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THRUST REVERSER CONTROL SYSTEM


Control switch.
The control switch supplies electrical power to the deploy
solenoid in the T/R control valve module during a T/R
deploy operation. There are two control switches, one for
each T/R.
The control switches are in the thrust levers. Each thrust
lever has one switch. You must remove the cover on the
side of the thrust lever to get access to the switch.
The thrust lever camshaft turns when you move the
reverse thrust lever. The camshaft causes the roller
assembly and rod to move down when you raise the
reverse thrust lever. The control switch spring compresses
and operates the control switch.
The spring around the rod keeps the rod and the roller
assembly against the cam. The rod and the roller move
back to their normal position when you lower the reverse
thrust lever. The control switch spring relaxes and the
switch moves back to the stow position.

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ROLLER ASSEMBLY
ROD (INSIDE SPRING)
THRUST LEVER
CAMSHAFT

REVERSE THRUST
LEVER

FWD
AISLE STAND
CONTROL SWITCH SPRING
FORWARD
THRUST LEVER

CONTROL SWITCH
INTERLOCK
LATCH
FWD

NOTE : SIDE COVER REMOVED

CONTROL SWITCH

CTC-234-024-00

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Sleeve lock proximity sensor.
The sleeve lock proximity sensor supplies a hydraulic
actuator lock/unlock signal to the engine accessory unit
(EAU).
The EAU uses this signal for these functions:
-

Normal T/R stow control.


Auto-restow control.
Fault logic and fault indication.
Fault isolation.

The sensor is on the head end of the T/R locking actuator.


You open the fan cowl to get access to the sensor.
Each T/R locking hydraulic actuator has a sleeve lock
proximity sensor. Therefore, there is one sensor for each
T/R translating sleeve.
Each sensor has two output levels. One level for the lock
position, the other level for the unlock position.
It is a proximity type sensor. The actuators manual unlock
lever is the target for the sensor. The sensors output
changes when target is close (near).
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FWD
LOCKING HYDRAULIC
ACTUATOR
SLEEVE
LOCK PROXIMITY
SENSOR

TORQUE
BOX

MANUAL UNLOCK LEVER


(SLEEVE PROXIMITY
SENSOR TARGET)
SLEEVE STOW
PROXIMITY SENSOR
AND TARGET
FORWARD, UPPER TORQUE BOX

CTC-234-025-00

SLEEVE LOCK PROXIMITY SENSOR

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Sync lock.
The sync lock has two purposes:
- It locks the sync shafts to prevent operation of the
hydraulic actuators when there is no T/R deploy
signal.
- It provides a manual drive for the hydraulic
actuators.

During a T/R deploy operation, the internal solenoid


energizes and the sync lock clutch disengages (unlocks).
The sync shafts are free to turn and the hydraulic
actuators can operate.

A sync lock attaches to the head end of the lower


hydraulic actuator on each T/R half.
The sync lock is a mechanical lock which requires
electrical power to operate during normal T/R operation.
The sync lock has one electrical connector.
The manual drive is on the bottom. You use the manual
drive to disengage the lock mechanism.
Electrical power is not always necessary when you use
the manual drive.
Without electrical power, the sync lock is in the lock
position, and the sync shafts cannot turn. The T/R
hydraulic actuators cannot operate.
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SYNC SHAFT
(INSIDE TUBE)
LOWER HYDRAULIC
ACTUATOR

SYNC LOCK
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTOR
FWD

SYNC LOCK

MANUAL
DRIVE

MANUAL DRIVE

LOCK
RELEASE
PIN

SYNC LOCK

CTC-234-026-00

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Engine Accessory Unit (EAU).
The engine accessory unit has these functions:
- It controls the thrust reverser (T/R) auto-restow
operation.
- It helps to do troubleshooting of the T/R control
system, through a built-in test equipment (BITE).
- It controls the REVERSER lights on the P5 aft
overhead panel in the flight compartment.
The EAU contains the auto-restow logic circuits. These
circuits control the stow operation.
The EAU is located on the E3 rack in the electrical
equipment (EE) compartment.

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E3

TRAINING MANUAL

E2

ENGINE ACCESSORY UNIT


P/N 285A1300
S/N
A B C D E F G H J K
ENGINE 1
R

ENGINE 2
T/R STOW FAULTS

Push and hold to show.


R

T/R DEPLOY FAULTS

Push and hold to show.


Deploy T/R to permit reset.

EE COMPARTMENT
(LOOKING AFT)

NO FAULTS DETECTED

V148

L SLEEVE SYNC LOCK PWR

V148

S831

L SLEEVE STOW SENSOR

S831

S835

L SLEEVE LOCK SENSOR

S835

S833

HYD ISO VALVE SENSOR

S833

S834

DIR CONT VALVE SENSOR

S834

V150

R SLEEVE SYNC LOCK PWR

V150

S832

R SLEEVE STOW SENSOR

S832

S836

R SLEEVE LOCK SENSOR

S836

M528

FAULT RESET
Push and hold to clear.

M528

EAU FAULT

EAU (M528)

ENGINE ACCESSORY UNIT (EAU)

CTC-234-027-00

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Control valve module.
The T/R control valve modules control hydraulic power
to the T/R hydraulic actuators. Each module also has a
handle that lets you deactivate the T/R for maintenance.
The T/R control valve modules are located in the main
gear wheel on the keel beam. The T/R 1 control valve
module is on the left side. The T/R 2 control valve module
is on the right side.
Each T/R control valve module has the following internal
components:
-

Isolation valve.
Directional control valve.
Isolation valve proximity sensor.
Directional control valve proximity sensor.
Arm solenoid.
Stow solenoid.
Deploy solenoid.
Manual isolation (shutoff) valve.

The manual isolation valve handle has a hole for the T/R
maintenance deactivation pin.

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HYDRAULIC SUPPLY
HYDRAULIC RETURN
STOW HYDRAULIC
LINE TO T/R
DEPLOY HYDRAULIC
LINE TO T/R
FWD

T/R CONTROL
MODULE
MANUAL ISOLATION
VALVE HANDLE

OUTBD
MAIN GEAR WHEEL WELL

CONTROL VALVE MODULE

CTC-234-028-00

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Volumetric hydraulic fuses.
There are three volumetric hydraulic fuses in the thrust
reverser control system, in the main and standby
hydraulic systems.
They close and stop hydraulic fluid flow to prevent a
complete loss of system hydraulic fluid if a leak occurs.
The standby hydraulic system supply lines to the thrust
reversers have two fuses, one for each T/R. There is one
fuse in the supply line to each T/R.
These fuses are located on the keel beam in the wheel
well.
The main hydraulic system is divided into system A and
system B.
The third fuse is in the system A hydraulic supply line
to T/R 1. This fuse is located on main gear wheel well
forward bulkhead, on the left side.
System B does not have a fuse in its supply to T/R 2.

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STANDBY SYSTEM
RESERVOIR

STANDBY SYSTEM
LEFT FUSE

FWD

KEEL BEAM
STANDBY SYSTEM
RIGHT FUSE

FORWARD
BULKHEAD

MAIN GEAR WHEEL WELL


(RIGHT SIDE)

SYSTEM A
FUSE

FWD
MAIN GEAR WHEEL WELL FORWARD BULKHEAD
(LEFT SIDE)

VOLUMETRIC HYDRAULIC FUSES

CTC-234-029-00

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Shuttle valves.
The shuttle valves select the hydraulic source for T/R
operation.
The two shuttle valves are located on the keel beam, in
the main gear wheel well.
The shuttle valves move whenever the pressure
difference between the main hydraulic system and the
standby system exceeds 125 psi.

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T/R 2
SHUTTLE
VALVE

SYSTEM B
RETURN
FILTER

SYSTEM A
PRESSURE MODULE

FWD
MAIN GEAR WELL FORWARD BULKHEAD
(RIGHT SIDE) (LOOKING FORWARD)

T/R 1
SHUTTLE
VALVE

MAIN GEAR WELL FORWARD BULKHEAD


(LEFT SIDE) (LOOKING FORWARD)

TO T/R 1
CONTROL
VALVE
MODULE

SHUTTLE VALVES

CTC-234-030-00

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STBY
PRESS
ENG 1
PUMP
SYS A
ENG 1
PRESS
ELEC 2 FUSES SHUTTLE
PUMPS
VALVE

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Hydraulic actuators and sync shafts.

There are two sync shafts on each T/R half.

The hydraulic actuators move the translating sleeves


during T/R deploy and stow operations.

The locking actuators are the top actuators on each T/R


half. The two non-locking actuators are below the locking
actuators. All actuators attach to the torque box and to the
translating sleeve.

The sync shafts make the hydraulic actuators extend and


retract at the same speed. The sync shafts also let you
manually operate the hydraulic actuators.
Each T/R half has three hydraulic actuators. The
actuators extend during a deploy operation and retract
during a stow operation.
Each T/R half has one locking actuator and two nonlocking actuators. The locking actuator must unlock for the
other hydraulic actuators on that same half to operate.

You open the fan cowl and move the translating sleeve aft
to get access to the hydraulic actuators.
The upper sync shaft is inside the deploy hydraulic tube,
between the upper and center actuators. The lower sync
shaft is inside the deploy hydraulic tube, between the
center and lower actuators. The deploy tubes are larger
than the stow tubes. You open the fan cowl to get access
to the tubing.

The locking actuators have a position feedback


mechanism and a manual unlock lever.
The position mechanism operates a linear variable
differential transformer (LVDT).
The manual unlock lever lets you unlock the locking
actuator for a manual translation of the T/R sleeve.

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ACTUATOR
(LOCKING)

ACTUATOR
(LOCKING)
POSITION FEEDBACK
MECHANISM

THRUST REVERSER
ACTUATOR
(NON-LOCKING)

DEPLOY
HYDRAULIC TUBE

DEPLOY
HYDRAULIC TUBE

STOW
HYDRAULIC TUBE
ACTUATOR
(NON-LOCKING)

ACTUATOR
(NON-LOCKING)
FWD

STOW
HYDRAULIC TUBE

SYNC LOCKS

CTC-234-012-00

HYDRAULIC ACTUATORS AND SYNC SHAFTS

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Actuators functional description.
There are two types of T/R hydraulic actuators:
- Locking.
- Non-locking.
Each T/R half has one locking actuator and two nonlocking actuators. The locking actuators have a feedback
mechanism and a manual unlock lever.

The locking actuators also have these components:


- Manual unlock lever.
- Position feedback mechanism.
- Internal lock mechanism.
Hydraulic pressure at the extend port unlocks the locking
actuator during normal T/R operation. You can use the
manual unlock lever to unlock the actuator for a manual
translation of a sleeve.

The feedback mechanism operates a linear variable


differential transformer (LVDT). The LVDT supplies
translating sleeve position data to the indicating system.
The manual unlock lever allows to manually unlock the
locking actuator. The manual unlock lever is also a target
for the T/R sleeve lock sensor.
All the hydraulic actuators have the following parts and
connections:
-

Extend (deploy) pressure port.


Retract (stow) pressure port.
Gimbal assembly.
Sync shaft and tubing connections.

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LVDT
CONNECTOR

POSITION
FEEDBACK
MECHANISM
FWD

T/R SLEEVE
LOCK SENSOR

LEFT T/R HALF

LOCKING ACTUATOR INSTALLATION


TORQUE
BOX

CASCADE
(REF)

ACTUATOR
FWD

RIGHT TRANSLATING SLEEVE

CTC-234-013-00

ACTUATOR ATTACHMENT

ACTUATORS FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

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ASSEMBLY

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Deactivation for flight dispatch.
Each T/R translating sleeve has two deactivation points.
You install two pins at these points to deactivate the T/R
for airplane dispatch.
Each translating sleeve has two holes at the deactivation
points. Rubber plugs are usually in these holes. You
remove these plugs before you install the pins. The pins
are usually in the fly away kit.
The pins mechanically connect the translating sleeve
structure to the stable cascade support ring. This
prevents the movement of the T/R sleeve.

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UPPER T/R
DEACTIVATION
POINT

LOWER T/R
DEACTIVATION
POINT
LEFT T/R HALF

T/R DEACTIVATION PIN

TRANSLATING
SLEEVE
OUTER SKIN

DEACTIVATION
PIN

CASCADE
SEGMENT

T/R TORQUE
BOX STRUCTURE

CASCADE
SEGMENT

CTC-234-031-00

TRANSLATING
SLEEVE INNER
STRUCTURE
CASCADE SEGMENT
SUPPORT RING

DEACTIVATION FOR FLIGHT DISPATCH

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SLEEVE OUTER
SKIN

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EXHAUST SYSTEM
The exhaust system supplies an exit for the turbine
exhaust gases. The system increases the turbine exhaust
gas velocity to increase engine thrust.
To control the direction of the exhaust gases, the system
uses the following components:
- A nozzle.
- A plug.
The exhaust nozzle and plug are attached to the aft of the
turbine rear frame.

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FAN AIR
EXHAUST

EXHAUST
NOZZLE
TURBINE
EXHAUST
TURBINE
EXHAUST

FAN AIR
EXHAUST

EXHAUST
PLUG

ENGINE AIRFLOW

CTC-234-032-00

EXHAUST SYSTEM GENERAL DESCRIPTION

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EXHAUST SYSTEM
Exhaust nozzle.
The exhaust nozzle assembly controls the outer edge of
the turbine exhaust flow. The aft part also controls the
inner edge of the fan air exhaust flow.
The exhaust nozzle assembly has these components:
-

The exhaust nozzle assembly is on the aft end of the


engine. It is necessary to open the fan cowls and thrust
reverser halves to get access.
An alignment pin on the inner sleeve, near the 12:00
position, helps to align the nozzle assembly during
installation.

Inner sleeve.
Labyrinth seals.
Fairing.
Fences.

Bolts attach the inner sleeve to the turbine rear frame


(TRF).
The exhaust nozzle uses labyrinth seals to contain fire.
Bolts attach the seals to the inner sleeve.
The fairing helps smooth the inner edge of the fan air
exhaust flow. Rivets attach the fairing to the inner sleeve.
The nozzle fences control the airflow of the fan air
exhaust over the nozzle assembly.

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ENGINE TURBINE
REAR FRAME

TRAINING MANUAL

LABYRINTH SEALS
NOZZLE FENCES

EXHAUST
PLUG

FWD

EXHAUST PLUG

INNER SLEEVE

FAIRING

NOTE : NOZZLE ASSEMBLY SHOWN DETACHED


FROM ENGINE TURBINE CASE

EXHAUST NOZZLE

CTC-234-033-00

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Exhaust plug.
The exhaust plug assembly controls the inner edge of the
turbine exhaust flow.
The engine vent system uses a hole at the aft end of the
exhaust plug to vent to ambient air.
The exhaust plug assembly has a forward and an aft plug
bolted together.
The forward plug is bolted to the TRF.
The exhaust plug assembly is only accessible after:
- The fan cowls are fully opened.
- The thrust reverser cowls are opened.
- The exhaust nozzle is removed.
An alignment pin on the forward plug facilitates its
installation on the TRF.
The aft plug has a small notch which facilitates its
installation on the forward plug.

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ENGINE TURBINE
REAR FRAME
FORWARD PLUG
NOTCH
AFT PLUG

FWD

ENGINE
VENT SYSTEM
EXIT

NOTE : EXHAUST NOZZLE


ASSEMBLY REMOVED

EXHAUST PLUG

CTC-234-034-00

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ENGINE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM


Hydraulic power comes from two hydraulic systems:
-The main hydraulic system.
-The standby hydraulic sysyem.
The main hydraulic system is divided in two independant
systems A and B.
System A is for the left T/R, and system B is for the
right T/R.
The purposes of the main hydraulic system are:
- To pump hydraulic fluid from the reservoir to different
aircraft equipment and the engine thrust reverser.

The engine hydraulic system is located around the engine


fan case, on the left hand side, and consists of the
following equipment :
- The engine driven hydraulic pump, installed on the
forward flange of the accessory gearbox.
- The suction line.
- The pressure line.
- The case drain filter, installed near the pylon on the
left side of the fan compartment, which filters the
return flow of fluid.
To access the engine hydraulic system equipment, the left
hand side fan cowl must be opened.

- To supply clean pressurized hydraulic fluid to the


dedicated aircraft hydraulic circuits.
- To drain and clean hydraulic leakage from the
hydraulic pump and return it to the aircraft
hydraulic reservoir.

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CASE DRAIN
SUPPLY
PRESSURE

CASE
DRAIN
LINE
OUTPUT
PRESSURE
LINE
FWD
CASE DRAIN
FILTER

HYDRAULIC
SUPPLY LINE

ENGINE DRIVEN
PUMP

FWD

MAIN HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

CTC-234-049-00

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ENGINE BLEED AIR SYSTEM


The engine bleed air distribution system supplies
pressure and temperature regulated air to the pneumatic
manifold.
Bleed air comes from the 9th and 5th stages of the
engine high stage compressors.
At low engine speed, the pneumatic system uses 9th
stage bleed air. 5th stage air is not sufficient for
pneumatic system demands at low engine speeds.
At low engine speed, the high stage regulator and high
stage valve control the pressure of the engine bleed air.
The 5th stage check valve prevents reverse flow.
At high engine speed, the high stage valve closes and
the 5th stage check valve opens to supply bleed air to
the pressure regulating and shutoff valve. The PRSOV
controls the engine bleed pressure.

The bleed air regulator, pressure regulator, and shutoff


valve control the flow of engine bleed air to the pneumatic
manifold. The bleed air regulator has an overpressure
switch to prevent overpressure conditions and turns on
the BLEED TRIP OFF light.
The 450F (232C) thermostat make the pressure
regulating and shutoff valve move towards closed when
the temperature gets to 450F (232C).
The air conditioning accessory unit (ACAU) is an interface
between the air conditioning bleed air controls panel and
the pressure regulating and shutoff valve.
The 490F (254C) overheat switch turns on the BLEED
TRIP OFF light and closes the pressure regulating and
shutoff valve. This prevents overheat damage to the
pneumatic manifold and user systems.

The air conditioning bleed air controls panel has engine


bleed switches to control the pressure regulating and
shutoff valves. Also, there are BLEED TRIP OFF lights to
show overpressure or overtemperature.

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DUCT

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BLEED AIR
REGULATOR
(BAR)
5TH
STAGE
5TH STAGE
CHECK VALVE

9TH
STAGE
HIGH STAGE
VALVE

FWD

490F/254C
OVERTEMP SW

ACAU

AIR
ENGINE
BLEED SW CONDITIONING
BLEED AIR
CONTROLS
BLEED
TRIP OFF PANEL
TO THE PNEUMATIC
MANIFOLD

PRESSURE
REGULATING
AND SHUTOFF
VALVE
(PRSOV)

9TH STAGE
DUCT
HIGH STAGE
REGULATOR

ENGINE BLEED AIR SYSTEM

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ENGINE FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM


The engine fire protection system is integrated within
the general engine nacelle components and also at the
bottom forward section of the aircraft pylon.
The purposes of the engine fire protection system are:
- To prevent fire occurence.
- To detect the fire.
- To limit the area.
- To extinguish the fire.
When there is an overheat or fire condition, activation
of the related engine fire warning switch generates the
following:
- The high pressure fuel valve in the HMU (HPSOV)
closes.
- The T/R control power goes off.
- The engine-driven hydraulic pump SOV closes.
- The pneumatic pressure regulating and shutoff valve
closes.
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T/R
CONTROL
POWER

HYDRAULIC
SYSTEM

PREVENT FIRE

CTC-234-051-00

A/C
FUEL
SYSTEM

ENGINE FIRE
PROTECTION SYSTEM

DETECT FIRE

LIMIT
FIRE ZONE

EXTINGUISH
FIRE

FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM PURPOSES

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PNEUMATIC
SYSTEM

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ENGINE FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM


The purpose of the engine fire detection system is to
detect and identify any fire source, and to transmit this
information to the cockpit.
On each engine, there are two continuous loops for fire
detection. The loops are connected in parallel to separate
channels of the engine and APU fire detection module.
One fire detection module, located in the electronic
equipment compartment, is provided for each engine and
they process signals received from the fire detectors.
The fire detection system is located in 3 areas around the
engine, and one at the engine/aircraft interface.
The system consists of:
- 2 fire detectors on the upper fan case section.
- 2 fire detectors on the lower fan case section.
- 2 fire detectors on the left core section.
- 2 fire detectors on the right core section.

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DETECTOR
(LOOP A)

GAS CHARGED
SENSE TUBE
(LOOP A)

TRAINING MANUAL

GAS CHARGED
SENSE TUBE
(LOOP B)

SUPPORT
TUBE

DETECTOR
(LOOP B)

ENGINE FIRE DETECTION


LOOP ASSEMBLY

TERMINAL STUD

FAULT
OVHT
FIRE

FWD

ENGINE FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM

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ENGINE/AIRCRAFT CONNECTIONS
For engine removal/installation purposes, it is necessary
to disconnect hydraulic, electrical and pneumatic lines,
according to the instructions in the Aircraft Maintenance
Manual (AMM).
Fan compartment left side connections.
The following connections are made at the service
disconnect panel, on the left side of the fan cowl support
beam:
- The hydraulic case drain, supply and pressure lines,
which all feature quick disconnect fittings.
- The fuel supply line.
- The starter air duct, connected by means of a
coupling.
- Two electrical connectors.

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ELECTRICAL
CONNECTOR
D30038

COUPLING

CASE DRAIN
SUPPLY
PRESSURE

ELECTRICAL
CONNECTOR
DP1234

STARTER
DUCT

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FWD

FUEL SUPPLY
LINE

FAN COMPARTMENT LEFT SIDE CONNECTIONS

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HYDRAULIC
LINES

CFMI PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

ENGINE/AIRCRAFT
CONNECTIONS
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Fan compartment right side connections.
The following connections are made at the service
disconnect panel, on the right side of the fan cowl support
beam:
- Eight electrical connectors.
- The strut drain line and tube.

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ELECTRICAL
CONNECTORS

ELECTRICAL
CONNECTORS
DP0460

DP0324

DP0112

DP1452

DP1520

DP1328

DP0256
DP1104

ELECTRICAL
CONNECTORS

FWD
STRUT DRAIN LINE
STRUT DRAIN TUBE

CTC-234-054-00

FAN COMPARTMENT RIGHT SIDE CONNECTIONS

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ENGINE/AIRCRAFT CONNECTIONS
Core compartment connections.
The following connections are made on the core
compartment left side:
- The pressure sense line hose and tube.
- The 450F temperature sense line hose and tube.
The following connections are made on the core
compartment right side:
- The 390F temperature sense line hose and tube.
- The 5th stage air duct to the precooler.

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PRESSURE SENSE
LINE TUBE
PRESSURE SENSE
LINE HOSE

PRECOOLER
FWD

450F TEMPERATURE
SENSE LINE HORSE

CTC-234-055-00

450F TEMPERATURE
SENSE LINE TUBE

390F TEMPERATURE
SENSE LINE TUBE

PRECOOLER
FWD

5TH STAGE
DUCT COUPLING

390F TEMPERATURE
SENSE LINE HOSE

CORE COMPARTMENT CONNECTIONS

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NACELLE

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POWERPLANT
DRAINS
NACELLE

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POWERPLANT DRAINS
The purpose of the engine drain system is to carry oil,
fuel, hydraulic fluid, water, and vapor overboard through
provisions in the nacelle structure and prevent contact
with hot engine areas.
The engine drain system consists of lines collecting and
carrying waste fluids overboard from various points along
the engine, from accessories, and from pylon drain
cavities. All of the drain lines migrate to the 6:00 oclock
position of the engine where they are sent directly
overboard.
The drain system is divided into three outputs:
- The starter air discharge duct.
- The left fan cowl holes.
- The right fan cowl hole.

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DRAIN HOLE SCUPPER FOR THE


DRAIN MAST, THE SERVICE
DISCONNECT (STRUT) DRAIN
HMU PAD DRAIN AND MAIN
OIL/FUEL HEAT EXCHANGER
PAD DRAIN

DRAIN HOLE SCUPPER


FOR THE FUEL PUMP
PAD DRAIN
LEFT FAN
COWL PANEL

STARTER AIR
DISCHARGE DUCT

DRAIN HOLE
SCUPPER FOR
THE HYDRAULIC
PUMP AND THE
IDG DRAIN

DRAIN HOLE
SCUPPER FOR
THE OIL TANK
SCUPPER

RIGHT FAN
COWL PANEL

FWD

DRAINS SYSTEM OUTPUTS

CTC-234-036-00

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POWERPLANT DRAINS
Starter air discharge duct drains.
The starter air discharge duct drains the following:
- Service disconnect (strut).
- Main fuel/oil heat exchanger.
- Hydromechanical Unit (HMU).
- Burner Staging Valve (BSV) for the single annular
combustor (SAC) system.
- Burner Selection Valve (BSV) for the double annular
combustor (DAC) system.
- High Pressure Turbine Active Clearance Control
valve (HPTACC).
- Variable Stator Vane (VSV) actuators.
- Variable Bleed Valve (VBV) actuators.
- Transient Bleed Valve (TBV).
- Low Pressure Active Clearance Control Valve
(LPTACC).
- Forward Sump Drain.

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RIGHT VBV

FORWARD
SUMP
BSV / LPTACC
VALVE

SERVICE DISCONNECT
(STRUT)
HPTACC
VALVE
MAIN OIL/FUELHEAT
EXCHANGER PAD

CTC-234-037-00

HMU PAD
LEFT VBV

TBV
LEFT VSV

DRAINS AT STARTER AIR DISCHARGE DUCT

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RIGHT VSV

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DRAINS
NACELLE

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POWERPLANT DRAINS
Left fan cowl drains.
The left fan cowl holes drain fluids from the following
equipment:
- Fuel pump.
- Integrated drive generator (IDG).
- Hydraulic pump.

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FWD

AGB

FUEL PUMP
PAD DRAIN

HYDRAULIC
PAD DRAIN

IDG PAD
DRAIN

LEFT FAN COWL DRAINS

CTC-234-038-00

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DRAINS
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POWERPLANT DRAINS
Right fan cowl drain.
The right fan cowl hole drains fluid from the oil tank
scupper.

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DRAINS
NACELLE

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OIL SCUPPER
DRAIN

FWD

RIGHT FAN COWL DRAIN

CTC-234-039-00

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DRAINS
NACELLE

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DRAINS
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