calculated V2 is less than 110% VMCA and V1, VR, VMCG.
all engine acceleration to V1 and braking distance for rejected take-off are equal.
72) Which of the following answers is true?
V1 < VMCG
V1 > Vlof
166) Which of the equations below expresses approximately the unaccelerated percentage climb gradient for small climb angles?
Climb Gradient = ((Thrust - Drag)/Weight) x 100
Climb Gradient = ((Thrust + Drag)/Lift) x 100
Climb Gradient = ((Thrust - Mass)/Lift) x 100
Cimb Gradient = (Lift/Weight) x 100
62) On a long distance flight the gross mass decreases continuously as a consequence of the fuel consumption. The result is:
The speed must be increased to compensate the lower mass.
The specific range increases and the optimum altitude decreases.
The specific range decreases and the optimum altitude increases.
The specific range and the optimum altitude increases.
41) The Density Altitude
is used to calculate the FL above the Transition Altitude.
is used to determine the aeroplane performance.
is equal to the pressure altitude.
is used to establish minimum clearance of 2.000 feet over mountains.
30) The climb gradient of an aircraft after take-off is 6% in standard atmosphere, no wind, at 0 ft pressure altitude. Using the following corrections:
"± 0,2 % / 1 000 ft field elevation"
"± 0,1 % / °C from standard temperature" " - 1 % with wing anti-ice"
" - 0,5% with engine anti-ice"
The climb gradient after take-off from an airport situated at 1 000 ft, 17° C; QNH 1013,25 hPa, with wing and engine anti-ice operating for a functional check is :
31) Which one of the following statements concerning drift- down is correct?
The drift-down procedure requires a minimum descent angle after an engine failure at cruising altitude.
The drift-down procedure requires a minimum obstacle clearance of 35 ft.
An engine failure at high cruising altitude will always result in a drift-down, because it is not permitted to fly the same altitude with one engine inoperative as with all engines operating.
When determining the obstacle clearance during drift-down, fuel dumping may be taken into account.
32) Two identical turbojet aeroplanes (whose specific fuel consumption is assumed to be constant) are in a holding pattern at the same altitude. The mass of the first one is 95 000 kg and its hourly fuel consumption is equal to 3100 kg/h. Since the mass of the second one is 105 000 kg, its hourly fuel consumption is:
33) As long as an aeroplane is in a positive climb
VX is always below VY.
VX is sometimes below and sometimes above VY depending on altitude.
VX is always above VY.
VY is always above VMO.
34) What is the advantage of balancing V1, even in the event of a climb limited take-off?
The safety margin with respect to the runway length is greatest.
The take-off distance required with one engine out at V1 is the shortest.
The accelerate stop distance required is the shortest.
The climb limited take-off mass is the highest.
35) What happens to the drag of a jet aeroplane if, during the initial climb after take off, constant IAS is maintained?
(Assume a constant mass.)
The drag decreases.
The drag increases initially and decreases thereafter.
The drag remains almost constant.
The drag increases considerably.
36) The point where Drag coefficient/Lift coefficient is a minimum is
at stalling speed (VS).
on the "back side" of the drag curve.
the point where a tangent from the origin touches the drag curve.
the lowest point of the drag curve.
37) The speed VR
must be higher than VLOF.
must be equal to or lower than V1.
is the speed at which rotation to the lift-off angle of attack is initiated.
must be higher than V2.
38) At a given mass, the stalling speed of a twin engine aircraft is 100 kt in the landing configuration. The minimum speed a pilot must maintain in short final is:
53) When the outside air temperature increases, then
the field length limited take-off mass decreases but the climb limited take-off mass increases.
the field length limited take-off mass increases but the climb limited take-off mass decreases.
the field length limited take-off mass and the climb limited take-off mass decreases.
the field length limited take-off mass and the climb limited take-off mass increases.
40) For take-off obstacle clearance calculations, obstacles in the first segment may be avoided
by banking not more than 15° between 50 ft and 400 ft above the runway elevation.
by banking as much as needed if aeroplane is more than 50 ft above runway elevation.
only by using standard turns.
by standard turns - but only after passing 1500 ft.
74) A jet aeroplane is climbing at constant Mach number below the tropopause. Which of the following statements is correct?
IAS decreases and TAS decreases.
IAS increases and TAS increases.
IAS decreases and TAS increases.
IAS increases and TAS decreases.
42) Which of the following factors leads to the maximum flight time of a glide?
43) A constant headwind
increases the descent distance over ground.
increases the angle of the descent flight path.
increases the angle of descent.
increases the rate of descent.
44) The second segment begins
when landing gear is fully retracted.
when flap retraction begins.
when flaps are selected up.
when acceleration starts from V2 to the speed for flap retraction.