AVIA 305 Quiz Maneuvering Performance

AVIA 305 Quiz: Maneuvering Performance

Covers the Learn material from Module 5: Week 5 — Module 6: Week 6.

  1. Dynamic hydroplaning
  2. Directional control during a crosswind takeoff in a C172 should be maintained with coordinated use of ailerons and the rudder.
  3. A steep turn during level flight can be considered any bank angle above:
  4. If an aircraft maintaining a constant bank angle increases its airspeed while maintaining a level, coordinated turn, what will the effect be on the rate of turn (ROT)?
  5. In Figure 8.12, _____ is the intersection of the acceleration and deceleration proles.
  6. What effect does a tailwind have on takeoff performance?
  7. As a rule of thumb, a 5% increase in takeoff distance can be expected for every _______ of uphill slope.
  8. A common source for runway surface and slope information for a particular airport runway is:
  9. If wind shear is encountered during takeoff after V1, then:
  10. (Reference Figure 5.4) What will happen to an aircraft that is own to the right side of the straight vertical line on the right side of the flight envelope?
  11. When thrust reversers are deployed, a component of thrust now acts as drag.
  12. Referencing Figure 10.11, what is the indicated stall speed of an airplane with the following
    conditions: Gross weight = 2200 lb Flaps = 0°Angle of blank = 40°
  13. Calculate the new stall speed (Vs2) of an airplane when the Vs1 is 52 kts, and the airplane is experiencing a load factor of 3.2 Gs during a level altitude, banked turn.
  14. An aircraft in which of the following situations is most likely to create the most intense wake turbulence?
  15. Calculate the new stall speed (Vs2) of an airplane when the Vs1 is 43 kts, and the airplane is experiencing a bank angle of 68° during a level altitude, banked turn.
  16. An aircraft maintaining 150 knots TAS during a level turn with a bank angle of 22° has the following rate of turn:
  17. A high roundout during landing may result in:
  18. An airplane is making a final approach for a landing and encounters a horizontal wind shear. Which of the type of burst below is the most dangerous?
  19. For an aircraft to spin both wings have to be stalled.
  20. Takeoff thrust is primarily influenced by what factor(s)
  21. Angle of attack is the primary control of airspeed in steady flight.
  22. Calculate the new stall speed (Vs2) of an airplane when the Vs1 is 57 kts, and the airplane is experiencing a bank angle of 47° during a level altitude, banked turn.
  23. Which of the following is not used in the calculation of accelerate- stop distance?
  24. When taking off from a high density altitude airport, the ________ will be higher than at sea level.
  25. Acceleration is inversely proportional to the mass of the aircraft.
  26. When Tr exceeds Ta, the only way to go is ______________.
  27. The following is the maximum speed that the aircraft can obtain under normal acceleration and then stop within the predetermined accelerate-stop distance.
  28. According to Figure 9.11, an equivalent airfoil with aps deployed with have:
  29. Which statement is true with respect to Lift Coefficient (CL) and the Effect of Sweepback on Coefficient of Lift – Angle of Attack (AOA) curves.
  30. The no-wind takeoff distance for a turbojet airplane, at sea level on a standard day, is 3,067 ft with a takeoff velocity of 157 kt. If the same airplane departs an airport with a headwind component of 29 kt, assuming all other conditions are the same, what is the new minimum takeoff distance required?
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