 # 3 FLIG. PER. EXAM. PREP.

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### Question 1

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51 If an aircraft is overloaded by 110 lbs (55 kgs),how much fuel does the pilot have to remove so that the aircraft loading will be within limits?]
• O '18,3 USG.
• O '16,2 USG.
• O '15,7 USG.
• O '17,1 USG.

### Question 2

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52 If an aircraft is overloaded by 90 lbs (48 kgs),how much fuel has to be removed so that the aircraft loading will be within limits?
• O '15 USG.
• O '12 USG.
• O '6 USG.
• O '9 USG.

### Question 3

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53 What is the maximum baggage weight that can be loaded on the aeroplane so that the center of gravity remains within limits?(Fig FPP07) Empty Weight = 1350 lb moment(/1000) = 51,5., Pilot and front passengers = 250 lb, Rear Passengers =400lbs, Fuel = (30
• O '105 Ib.
• O '120 Ib.
• O '90 Ib.
• O '751b.

### Question 4

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54 calculate the moment/1.000 of the following aircraft and check if it is loaded within the CG envelope limits.(Fig FPP07)], Βάρος κενό/Empty Weight = 1350 lb ροπή/moment(/1000) = 51,5. Πιλότος και επιβάτης εμπρός/Pilot and front passengers = 310 lb. Επιβάτ
• O '83.0 within limits.
• O '78.2. out of the CG envelope.
• O '88.3. within limits.
• O '80,2. out of the CG envelope.

### Question 5

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55 What is the maximum amount of fuel which can be loaded on the aeroplane before take off, so that the total moment remains within the envelope limits? (Fig FPP07)]. Βάρος κενό/ Empty Weight = 1350 lb ροπή/moment(/1000) = 51,5. Πιλότος και επιβάτης εμπρός/P
• O '40 USG.
• O '34 USG.
• O '24 USG.
• O '46 USG.

### Question 6

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56 Calculate the total moment and check if it is within the envelope limits. (Fig FPP07)]. Βάρος κενό/Empty Weight = 1350 lb ροπή/moment(/1000) = 51,5. Πιλότος και επιβάτης εμπρός/Pilot and front passengers = 340 lb. Επιβάτες πίσω/Rear Passengers = 310lbs.
• O '77,7 Ib-inches.
• O '69,9 Ib-inches.
• O '73,9Ib-inches.
• O '38,7Ib-inches.

### Question 7

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57 Calculate the CG position and check if it is located within the envelope limits.(Fig FPP07)]. Βάρος κενό/Empty Weight = 1350 lb ροπή/moment(/1000) = 51,5. Πιλότος και επιβάτης εμπρός/Pilot and front passengers = 380 lb. Αποσκευές/Baggage = 45 lb. Καύσιμο/
• O within limits, normal category.
• O within limits, utility category.
• O out of the CG envelope, to the left of the diagram.
• O out of the CG envelope ,to the right of the diagram.]

### Question 8

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58 The Accelerate-Stop Distance Available is :
• O TORA + Stopway
• O TORA + Clearway + Stopway
• O TORA + Clearway
• O Stopway + Clearway + Taxiway

### Question 9

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59 The Take-off Distance Available is :
• O TORA + Clearway
• O TORA + Stopway
• O TORA + Stopway + Clearway
• O None of them.

### Question 10

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60 The International Standard Atmosphere defines an atmosphere where Sea level temperature (i) Sea level pressure (ii) Sea level density (iii) temperature lapse rate (iv) are :
• O (ι) 15°C (ιι) 1013 hPa (ιιι) 1.225 kg/m³ (iv) 6.5°C/1000m
• O (ι) -15°C (ιι) 1013 mb (ιιι) 1.225 kg/m³ (iv) 35.6°F/1000ft
• O (ι) ISA+15 (ιι) 1.013 mb (ιιι) 1225 g/m² (iv) 1.98°C/1000ft
• O (ι) 15°C (ιι) 29.92 in.Hg (ιιι) 1013.25 kg/m³ (iv) 19.8°C/1000m.

### Question 11

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61 The Service Ceiling is the pressure altitude where :
• O the rate of climb reaches a specified value,
• O the rate of climb is zero
• O the rate of climb is 100fpm.
• O the a/c flies more efficient.

### Question 12

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63 The load factor is the:
• O Total lift/ Weight ratio.
• O Ratio of Lift/ Drag at the neutral angle of attack
• O Same independently of the a/c's attitude.
• O Thrust/ Weight ratio.

### Question 13

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64 An aerodrome has a pressure of 1013 hPa and a temperature of 30°C(ISA+15), the pressure altitude (i) and the density altitude (ii) would be
• O (i) sea level (ii) above sea level
• O (i) Sea level (ii) Sea level
• O (i) above sea level (ii) below sea level
• O (i) below sea level (ii) above sea level

### Question 14

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65 The rolling friction drag of an aircraft's wheels during take-off:
• O Depends on the total load on the wheels and decreases during take-off.
• O Depends on the aircraft weight and is constant during take-off.
• O Is of no value.
• O Depends on tire's air-tube distortion and increases with speed during take-off.

### Question 15

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66 The speeds Vx and Vy are, respectively?
• O Speed for best angle of climb and speed for best rate of climb
• O Maximum achievable speed with max. continuous thrust and maximum take-off thrust
• O Speed for best rate of climb and speed for best angle of climb
• O Max. speed with flap extended and max. speed with gear extended

### Question 16

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67 For a given aircraft mass, the climb gradient:
• O decreases if flap angle increases, and if temperature increases.
• O increases if flap angle increases, and if temperature decreases.
• O decreases if flap angle increases, and if temperature decreases.
• O increases if flap angle increases, and if temperature increases.

### Question 17

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68 With a headwind, compared to still air conditions, the rate of climb (i) and the climb angle, relative to the ground (ii) will:
• O (i) remain the same (ii) increase,
• O (i) increase (ii) increase
• O (i) Decrease (ii) decrease
• O (i) increase, (ii) remain the same

### Question 18

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69 Consult Fig. 5. The rate of climb depends on :
• O the excess power available
• O the excess thrust available
• O the excess total lift available
• O the CLmax on each wing.

### Question 19

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70 The speed to give the maximum rate of climb, will be :
• O higher than the speed for best angle of climb, at any altitude.
• O always the same as the speed for best angle of climb, at any altitude.
• O is the same to all light aircrafts.
• O lower than the speed for best angle of climb, at any altitude.

### Question 20

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71 Consult Fig.5. With increasing altitude, the rate of climb :
• O decreases because power available decreases and power required increases.
• O decreases because power available decreases and power required is constant.
• O remains constant.
• O decreases because power available is constant and power required increases.

### Question 21

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72 In a power-off glide in still air, to obtain the maximum glide range, the aircraft should be flown at a speed:
• O corresponding to maximum L / D,
• O close to the stall.
• O corresponding to minimum Cd.
• O close to VA

### Question 22

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73 The climb gradient will be reduced in conditions of :
• O high temperature, high pressure altitude, contaminated airframe.
• O high mass, low temperature, high flap angle
• O high pressure altitude, low DA, low temperature
• O power required will be decreased.

### Question 23

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74 When an aircraft reaches its service ceiling :
• O it will have a small positive rate of climb
• O the excess power will be zero
• O the rate of climb will be zero
• O power required will decrease.

### Question 24

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75 In a power-off glide, an increase in aircraft mass will;
• O not affect the glide angle, but increase the speed for minimum glide angle,-,
• O increase the glide angle and increase the speed for minimum glide angle,
• O increase the glide angle, but not affect the speed for minimum glide angle,
• O not affect anything at all.

### Question 25

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76 The minimum total drag of an aircraft in level flight occurs :