# Aerodynamics and Aircraft Pt 2 Flashcards

(Refer to appendix 2, figures 68 and 69.) What is the approximate fuel consumed

when holding under Operating Conditions 0-3?

A) 2,940 pounds.

8) 2520 pounds.

q 3,250 pounds.

A) 2,940 pounds.

(Refer to appendix 2, figures 68 and 69,) What is the approximate fuel consumed

when holding under Operating Conditions 0-4?

A) 2,870 pounds.

3) pounds,

C) 1,440 pounds.

C) 1,440 pounds.

(Refer to appendix 2, figures 68 and 69.) What is the approximate fuel consumed

when holding under Operating Conditions 0-5?

A) 2950 pounds.

4870 pounds.

C) 2,400 pounds.

C) 2,400 pounds.

(Refer to appendix 2, figure 70.) How many minutes of dump time is required to

reduce fuel load to 16,000 pounds (using 2350 pounds/min)?

Initial weight

175,500 lb

Zero fuel weight 138,000 lb

A) 8 minutes.

B. 9 minutes,

C) 10 minutes.

B. 9 minutes,

(Refer to appendix 2, figure 72.) What is the approximate level-off pressure

altitude after drift-down under the given conditions? [Please read the

Explanation,]

Engine Anti-Ice: ON

Wing Anti-lce: OFF

Weight at Failure: 100,000 lbs

ISA Temperature: ISA

Air Conditioning: OFF

A) 19,400 feet.

B) 18,000 feet,

C) 20,200 feet.

A) 19,400 feet.

(Refer to appendix 2, figures 71 and 72.) What is the approximate level-off

pressure altitude after drift-down under Operating Conditions 0-2?

A) 14,700 feet,

B. 17,500 feet.

C 18,300 feet.

B. 17,500 feet.

(Refer to appendix 2, figure 72,) What is the approximate level-off pressure

altitude after drift-down under the given conditions? [Please Read the

Explanation.]

Engine and Wing Anti-lce: ON

Weight at Failure: 90,000 lbs

ISA Temperature: -IO ‘C

Air Conditioning: OFF

A) 2Z200feet.

BJ 19,800 feet.

C 21,600 feet.

C 21,600 feet.

(Refer to appendix 2, figures 71 and 72.) What is the approximate level-off

pressure altitude after drift-down under Operating Conditions 04?

A) 27,900 feet,

BJ 2200 feet.

C 24,400 feet.

C 24,400 feet.

Which performance factor decreases as airplane gross weight increases?

A) Critical engine failure speed.

B Rotation speed.

C) Accelerate-stop distance,

A) Critical engine failure speed.

What effect does an uphill runway slope have upon takeoff performance?

A) Increases takeoff distance,

B Decreases takeoff speed.

C) Decreases takeoff distance,

A) Increases takeoff distance,

Under which condition during the landing roll are the main wheel brakes at

maximum effectiveness?

A) When wing lift has been reduced.

BJ At high groundspeeds,

C) When the wheels are locked and skidding.

A) When wing lift has been reduced.

Which is a disadvantage of the one-step over the two-step process when

deicing/anti-icing an airplane?

A) It is more complicated.

BJ The holding time is increased.

C) The anti-icing protection is very limited.

C) The anti-icing protection is very limited.

Which procedure increases holding time when deicing/anti-icing an airplane

using a two-step process?

A) Heated Type 1 fluid followed by cold Type 2 fluid,

B Cold Type 2 fluid followed by hot Type 2 fluid,

C) Heated Type 1 or 2 fluid followed by cold Type 1 fluid.

A) Heated Type 1 fluid followed by cold Type 2 fluid,

Which of the following will decrease the holding time during anti-icing using a

two-step process?

A) Apply heated Type 2 fluid.

B Decrease the water content.

C) Increase the viscosity of Type 1 fluid,

A) Apply heated Type 2 fluid.

What should the deice/anti-ice fluid temperature be during the last step of a two-

phase process?

A) Hot,

B Warm.

C Cold.

C Cold.

(Refer to appendix 2, figure 240.) Given the following conditions, what is the stab

trim setting?

Flaps: 15

Weight:160,000 lb.

C.G. (%MAC): 24%

A) 41/4%.

B) 5 1/296,

C 6%

B) 5 1/296,

(Refer to appendix 2, figures 237, 738.) Given the following conditions, what are

the takeoff V speeds?

Weight:

Flaps:

170,000 lb.

Field pressure altitude: 5431 ft.

Runway slope: 1%

Temp: 16’ c

Wind:10 KTS Headwind

Runway condition:Dry

VR round LIP

A) VI 139 kts„ VR 137 kts., V2 141 kts.

B VI 138 kts., VR 138 kts., V2 141 kts.

C VI 137 kts„ VR 137 kts., V2 140 kts.

B VI 138 kts., VR 138 kts., V2 141 kts.

(Refer to appendix 2, figure 730,) Given the following conditions, what is the

takeoff field limit weight?

Temperature (OAT): 38 c

Pressure Altitude:14 ft.

Field length available: 9401 ft.

Runway slope: 0%

Wind (KTS) Tailwind: 3

Engine bleed for packs: On

Anti-ice: off

A) 167,200 lb.

BJ 169,000 lb.

C 173,000 lb,

BJ 169,000 lb.