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737 GENERAL – INTRODUCTION

                 
         

AGCU

– APU generator control unit

 

Introduction

     

altn

– alternate

 

This section introduces you to the 737–700/800/900

 

amp

– amplifier

 

airplane.

 

APB

– APU breaker

 
 

APU

– auxiliary power unit

 

You will see general information about these topics:

 

ATC

– air traffic control

 
         

att

 

                     

Range

 

auto

– attendant

 

                     
   

bat

– automatic

 

                     

Dimensions Engines Flight controls

 

bcn

– battery – beacon

 
     

Doors

 

BL

– buttock line

 

Flight compartment panels

 

BPCU

– bus power control unit

 

Electronic equipment rack configuration

 

BTB

– bus tie breaker

 

Electrical.

 

C/W

– control wheel

 
         

capt

– captain

 

Abbreviations and Acronyms

   

CDS

– common display system

 

A/P

– autopilot

CDU

– control display unit

 

A/S

– airspeed

chgr

– charger

 

ac

comm

– communication

 

– alternate current

ACARS

comp

– computer

 
 

– ARINC communications addressing and reporting system

conn

– connected

 

ACMS

– airplane condition monitoring system

cond

– condition

 

ADF

– automatic direction finder

cntl

– control

 

ADIRS

– air data inertial reference system

det

– detector

 

AFCS

– automatic flight control system

DEU

– display electronic unit

 
         

dist

– distribution

 

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DME

– distance measuring equipment

L

 

– left

 

DU

– display unit

LBL

 

– left buttock line

 

ECU

– electronic control unit

LE

 

– leading edge

 

EE

– electronic equipment

LRRA

 

– low range radio altimeter

 

EEC

– electronic engine control

LRU

 

– line replaceable unit

 

elex

– electronics

mod

 

– module

 

ELT

– emergency locator transmitter

MLG

 

– main landing gear

 

EMDP

– electric motor driven pump

MCP

 

– mode control panel

 

ESDS

– electrostatic discharge sensitive

MPD

 

– maintenance planning document

 

ext

– external

nav

 

– navigation

 

F/O

– first officer

NLG

 

– nose landing gear

 

FCC

– flight control computer

ovht

 

– overheat

 

FMC

– flight management computer

PA

 

– passenger address

 

FMCS

– flight management computer system

PCU

 

– power control unit

 

freq

– frequency

PDP

 

– power distribution panel

 

fwd

– forward

pnl

 

– panel

 

GCU

– generator control unit

prox

 

– proximity

 

gnd

– ground

PSU

 

– passenger service unit

 

GPS

– global positioning system

pwr

 

– power

 

HF

– high frequency

R

 

– right

 

HUD

– heads up display

RBL

 

– right buttock line

 

IDG

– integrated drive generator

REU

 

– remote electronics unit

 

ILS

– instrument landing system

RLY

 

– relay

 

inv

– inverter

SATCOM

– satellite communication

 
       

S/B

 

– speedbrake

 

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sec

– section

             

sel

– select

             

SCU

– start converter unit

             

SPU

– start power unit

             

SOV

– shutoff valve

             

stab

– stabilizer

             

STA

– station

             

stdby

– standby

             

sw

– switch

             

TCAS

– traffic alert and collision avoidance

             

TE

system – trailing edge

             

TRU

– transformer rectifier unit

             

typ

– typical

             

VHF

– very high frequency

             

vlv

– valve

             

VOR

– VHF omni range

             

WL

– water line

             

xfer

– transfer

             

xfmr

– transformer

             

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737 GENERAL – RANGE

               

Introduction

                 

The 737–700 is a two–engine airplane. It is for short to medium range flights with a capacity of up to 149 passengers. The 737-900 has a capacity of up to 189 passengers.

           

Features

                 

There are many new features. These new features increase the airplane payload, service ceiling, and range.

             

The –700 airplane has a design range of 3,200 nautical miles. The –900 has a design range of 2,745 nautical miles.

           

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B737-900

 
                 

B737-800

                 

B737-700

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737 GENERAL – STRUCTURE DIMENSIONS

             

General

                 

These are the general dimensions of the airplane.

             

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737 GENERAL – FUSELAGE DIMENSIONS

             

General

                 

Dimensions give locations on the fuselage. The scale for each dimension is inches. You use these dimensions to find components on the fuselage:

           

Body station line

                 

Body buttock line

                 

Water line.

                 

The body station line (STA) is a horizontal dimension. It starts at station line zero. You measure the body station line from a vertical reference plane that is forward of the airplane.

           

The body buttock line (BL) is a lateral dimension. You measure the buttock line to the left or right of the airplane center line.

           

The water line (WL) is a height dimension. You measure the water line from a horizontal reference plane below the airplane.

           

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737 GENERAL – POWER PLANT INTRODUCTION

             

General

                 

Two CFM56–7B engines supply thrust for the airplane. The engines also supply power for these systems:

           

Electric

                 

Hydraulic

                 

Pneumatic.

                 

The CFM56–7B is a high bypass ratio, dual rotor, turbo fan engine.

           

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737 GENERAL – POWER PLANT ENGINE HAZARDS

             

General

   

Exhaust Velocity

         

It is dangerous to work around engines. Use the entry/exit corridor when the engine is in operation. Stay out of the inlet and exhaust areas when the engine is in operation.

Exhaust velocity is very high for a long distance behind the engine. This can cause damage to personnel and equipment.

         

Engine Noise

         

These are the hazards around an engine in operation:

             

Inlet suction

   

Engine noise can cause temporary and permanent loss of your ability to hear. You must wear ear protection

Exhaust heat

   

when near an engine in operation.

Exhaust velocity

   

Engine noise.

   

Engine Entry/Exit Corridor

     

Inlet Suction

       

Engine inlet suction can pull people and large objects into the engine. At idle power, the inlet hazard area is a 13 ft (4.0 m) radius around the inlet.

Engine entry corridors are between the inlet hazard areas and the exhaust hazard areas. You should go near an engine in operation only when:

 

The engine is at idle You can speak with people in the flight

 

WARNING: IF THE WIND IS OVER 25 KNOTS, INCREASE THE INLET HAZARD AREA BY

compartment.

 
   

20%.

   

For additional safety, wear a safety harness when the engine is in operation.

 

Exhaust Heat

                   
         

Training Information Point

     

The engine exhaust is very hot for a long distance behind the engine. This can cause damage to personnel and equipment.

When the engine is in operation, the anti–collision lights should be on.

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737 GENERAL – FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES

             

General

   

Power Source

         

The flight controls keep the airplane at the necessary attitude during flight. They have movable surfaces on the wing and the empennage. These are the two types of flight controls:

Hydraulic actuators or electric motors move the surfaces. You must be very careful when you work near flight control surfaces. When hydraulic power is on, make sure that all the flight control surfaces are clear of personnel and equipment.

Primary

                 

Secondary.

                 

Primary Flight Controls

               

The primary flight controls has these components:

             

Aileron (2)

                 

Elevator (2)

                 

Rudder.

                 

Secondary Flight Controls

               

The secondary flight control system has these components:

             

Leading edge flaps (4)

               

Leading edge slats (8)

               

Trailing edge flaps (4)

               

Spoilers (12)

               

Horizontal stabilizer.

               

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737 GENERAL – DOORS INTRODUCTION

             

Purpose

   

The cargo doors are on the right side of the airplane.

 

The doors are movable units that give access to the airplane compartments.

The miscellaneous access doors are near the systems they serve.

General Description

   

Training Information Point

     

These are the types of doors on the airplane:

You can open and close entry, galley service, and

 

Forward and aft entry doors

cargo doors in winds up to 40 knots without structural damage. You can let these doors stay latched open in

 

Forward and aft galley service doors

winds up to 65 knots without structural damage.

 

Emergency exit hatches (and pilots' sliding

 

windows) Cargo doors

If a door is left open for a long time, a protective cover should be put over the door frame. This prevents bad

 

Interior doors (crew door and lavatory doors)

weather damage to the airplane.

 

Miscellaneous access doors.

 

Location

                 

The entry doors are on the left side of the airplane.

             

The galley service doors are on the right side of the airplane.

             

The emergency exit hatches are above the wings on both sides of the airplane. The pilots' sliding windows are in the flight compartment.

           

The crew door and lavatory doors are inside the airplane.

             

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737 GENERAL - FLIGHT COMPARTMENT PANELS

           

Flight Compartment Panels

               

These are the major panels in the flight compartment:

           

-

P1 captain instrument panel

               

-

P2 center instrument panel

               

-

P5 forward overhead panel

               

-

P5 aft overhead panel

               

-

P7 glareshield panel

               

-

P3 first officer instrument panel

               

-

P9 forward electronic panel

               

-

Control stand

               

-

P8 aft electronic panel.

               

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737 GENERAL – MAIN INSTRUMENT PANELS

             

General

                 

The controls and displays on the main instrument panels (P1 and P3) include these components:

             

Clock (2)

               

Display unit (4)

               

Display select panel (2)

               

Master dim and test switch

               

Brake pressure indicator

               

Autoflight status annunciator (2)

               

GPWS control panel

               

Lighting control (2)

               

Conditioned air outlet control (2).

               

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737 GENERAL – GLARESHIELD PANELS

             

General

                 

The controls and displays on the P7 glareshield include these components:

           

Master caution annunciator (2)

               

System caution annunciator (2)

               

Mode control panel (MCP)

               

EFIS control panel (2)

               

Fire warning light (2)

               

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737 GENERAL – P2 CENTER INSTRUMENT PANEL AND P9 FORWARD ELECTRONICS PANEL

           

General

                 

The controls and displays on the P2 center instrument panel include these components:

           

Yaw damper indicator

             

Standby instruments

             

Engine display control panel

             

Antiskid and autobrake switches and lights

             

Flap position indicator

             

Landing gear lever and position indicator

             

Upper center display unit.

             

The controls and displays on the P9 forward electronics panel include these components:

           

Lower center display unit

               

Control display unit (CDU) (2).

               

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737 GENERAL – CONTROL STAND

               

GENERAL

                 

The controls and indicators on the control stand include these components:

           

Forward thrust lever (2)

             

Reverse thrust lever (2)

             

Speed brake handle

             

Horizontal stabilizer trim wheel and indicator (2)

             

Parking brake lever and indication light

             

Flap lever

             

Stabilizer trim cutout switch (2)

             

Start lever (2).

             

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737 GENERAL – P8 AFT ELECTRONICS PANEL

             

General

                 

The P8 aft electronics panel has these components:

             

Weather radar control panel

               

Overheat/fire protection panel

               

ATC/TCAS control panel

               

Radio communication panels

               

Navigation control panels

               

Audio control panels

               

Aileron/rudder trim panel

               

ACMS printer

               

Lighting control.

               

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737 GENERAL – P5 AFT OVERHEAD PANEL

             

General

                 

The controls and displays on the P5 aft overhead panel include these components:

           

Inertial system display unit

             

Engine panel

             

Observer audio control panel

             

Oxygen panel

             

Landing gear indicator lights

             

White dome light switch

             

Service interphone switch

             

IRS mode select unit

             

Proximity switch electronics unit light

             

Leading edge devices annunciator panel.

             

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737 GENERAL – P5 FORWARD OVERHEAD PANEL

           

General

                 

The controls and displays on the P5 forward overhead panel include these components:

           

APU control switch

             

APU indicator panel

             

Fuel control panel

             

Ground power and bus switching panel

             

Equipment cooling panel

             

Generator drive and standby power panel

             

AC and DC meter panel

             

Flight control panel

             

Air–conditioning/bleed air controls panel

             

Hydraulic control panel

             

Cabin altitude panel

             

Cabin pressure control panel

             

Engine start panel.

             

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737 GENERAL – P5 FORWARD OVERHEAD PANEL 800/900

       

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737 GENERAL – AFT FLIGHT COMPARTMENT PANELS

             

General

                 

The main circuit breaker panels are behind the first officer and captain seats. The P6 and P18 have the component load circuit breakers. Circuit breakers are organized by airplane systems.

           

The P61 panel has the data loader controls.

             

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737 GENERAL – ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT COMPARTMENT

             

General

                 

Electronic equipment is in a compartment below the main cabin floor, aft of the nose wheel well. On the ground, you enter this electronic equipment (EE) compartment through a door in the bottom of the fuselage. The door is just aft of the nose landing gear.

           

There are five standard equipment racks. These are the E1, E2, E3, E4, and E5 racks.

             

Shelf assemblies have equipment mounts, interconnected wiring, and accessory boxes. Most equipment rack shelves are cooled with air. Air is blown through or drawn through the equipment racks.

           

There is a drip shield over the racks to protect the equipment from moisture condensation.

             

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737 GENERAL – EE COMPARTMENT DOOR OPERATION

               

Operation

     

Pull the door out of the fully open detent and then

 

You manually operate an external access door to the electronic equipment (EE) compartment. You open and close the door from outside the airplane.

restrain it as gravity causes it to slide down the tracks. When the door reaches the lower detent you can release it.

 

Open Door

     

Turn the handle counterclockwise to retract the latch pins. If you do not do this, the door will not seat in the door frame.

 

The handle on the door fairs in a recess. A push– button trigger releases the handle, and it comes out of fair by spring force.

Pull the handle to the left and the door will come out of the partially open detent. Then it slides down into the door frame.

Turn the handle counterclockwise to disengage the latch pins. When the latch pins are free you can push the door upward and slightly to the right to the first detent. Then push the door to the right to the fully open detent.

Turn the handle clockwise to latch the door. Then push the door handle back into its recess.

When the door is fully open, the roller tracks can be folded to improve access to the equipment racks. A spring catch on the end of each roller track holds the track in the folded or unfolded position.

             

Close Door

                   

Before you close the door, release the spring catch and extend the roller tracks. Make sure the door frame area is clear.

             

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737 GENERAL – ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT RACK

           

E1

                     

General

                 

The equipment on the E1 rack includes electronics for these functions:

           

Autothrottle

                 

Autopilot

                 

Communication

                 

Navigation

                 

Flight control.

                 

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PROGRAM SWITCH MODULE (TYP)

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737 GENERAL – PROGRAM SWITCH MODULE

               

General

   

Equipment physical orientation

     
         

Airplane type

     

Many of the line replaceable units (LRUs) are

Number of units installed

     

controlled by internal digital computers. These computers follow instructions (or programs) to do a certain task.

Customer specific options.

     

The program switch module gives an external method to customize a computer's program.

See the Standard Wiring Practices Manual for more information on the program switch module.

 

The program switch module has these components:

               

Switches

                   

Pin contacts

                   

Switch seal plug

                   

Security cover.

                   

An LRU's programming pin inputs come in on the pin contacts. The switches set the programming pins.

             

The security cover goes over the switch seal plug. The security cover and the switch seal plug keeps the switches stationary.

             

The program switch module gives this information to an LRU: