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Antiskid function Thanks to a new antiskid system, improved braking performance is expected on the A340-500/600. Antiskid will also be available after gravity extension and nosewheel steering shall no longer be linked to the antiskid function. On current A340-200/300 aircraft, the wheel-slip threshold that activates the brake release, if wheels are skidding, is the same for all the wheels, and is constant. e. wet patches on the runway). Moreover, the wheel-slip threshold is unique for any runway condition and, therefore, cannot be at its exact optimum for both dry and wet runways.
FLIGHT OPERATIONS SUPPORT & LINE ASSISTANCE 42 © Training & Flight Operations Support Division A340-200/300 A340-500/600 A340-200/300 A340-500/600 A340-500/600 1. Fuel Quantity Indicator Fuel Quantity Indicator 2. HI LVL light HI LVL light 3. OVERFLOW light OVERFLOW light 4. INCREASE/DECREASE preselector rocker switch INCREASE/DECREASE preselector rocker switch 5. TRANSF VALVE switch (guarded in CLOSED) APU EMER pushbutton 6. APU EMER pushbutton (guarded) POWER SUPPLY switch (guarded in NORM) 7.
POWER SUPPLY switch (guarded in NORM ) HIGH LEVEL TEST switch (guarded) 8. HI LEVEL TEST switch (guarded) REFUEL / DEFUEL VALVES sel 9. REFUEL / DEFUEL VALVES sel FAULT light 10 MODE SELECT switch (guarded at off) MODE SELECT sel Control of the refuel function is via two FCMCs and two FDCs. The operator interface is either through the standard refuel panel, fitted in the lower surface of the fuselage just aft of the undercarriage bay, or through the optional refuel panel and MCDU in the cockpit.