## AVIA 305 Test 2 Liberty University

AVIA 305 Quiz Aircraft Performance

AVIA 305 Quiz Maneuvering Performance

AVIA 305 Quiz Airspeed, Airfoils, Lift, and Drag

AVIA 305 Quiz Stability

1. The thrust available from a jet engine at 35,000 ft altitude compared to that at sea level is
2. If the weight of a jet airplane is increased then
3. An example of a power-producing aircraft is a
4. Which horsepower is the usable horsepower for reciprocating engines?
5. (Reference Figure 7.2) Using Figure 7.2, find the velocity for maximum endurance for the airplane at 12,000 lbs.
6. (Reference Figure 7.5) Figure 7.5 shows an increase in specific range with altitude because
7. If the weight of a jet airplane is reduced as fuel is burned, the Tr curve
8. The minimum drag for a jet airplane does not vary with altitude.
9. Maximum rate of climb for a propeller airplane occurs
10. For power-producing aircraft, to maximize both efficiency and performance, you must (best answer)
11. Specific fuel consumption of a turbine engine at 35,000 ft altitude compared to that at sea level is
12. Propeller aircraft get the highest angle of climb at (L/D)MAX.
13. Propeller aircraft are more efficient than jet aircraft because
14. Maximum climb angle for a jet aircraft occurs at
15. The increase in the Pr curves for a weight increase is greater at low speeds than at high speeds because the increase in
16. An engine where the fuel-air mixture is forced into the cylinders by natural atmospheric pressure upon opening of the inlet valves.
17. The turboprop aircraft has its lowest specific fuel consumption at about 25,000 feet altitude because
18. A lightly loaded jet aircraft will be able to glide further but at a lower airspeed than when it is heavily loaded
19. A propeller where the pitch setting can only be adjusted on the ground and requires that the engine be stopped is known as:
20. If it is impossible to raise the landing gear of a jet airplane, to obtain best range, the airspeed must be _______ from that for the clean configuration.
21. As a propeller airplane burns up fuel, to fly for maximum range, the airspeed must
22. (Reference Figure 7.2) Using Figure 7.2, find the velocity for best range for the airplane at 12,000 lbs.
23. The equation Ta=Q(V2-V1) shows that
24. An engine that utilizes compressed air, via a compressor, to provide sea level performance to approximately 18,000 feet.
25. The lowest point on the Pr curve is (L/D)MAX
26. In order to maximize range on a propeller-driven airplane at high altitude, true airspeed should be _____________.
27. The pilot of a propeller airplane is flying at the speed for best range under no-wind conditions. A head wind is encountered. To obtain best range the pilot now must
28. (Reference Figure 7.2) Using Figure 7.2, find the velocity for maximum endurance for the airplane at 8,000 lbs.
29. A lightly loaded propeller airplane will be able to glide ____________ when it is heavily loaded.
30. To obtain maximum range, a jet airplane must be flown at
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