AVIA 305 Test 3

AVIA 305 Test 3 Liberty University

  1. Which statement is true with respect to Lift Coefficient (CL) and the Effect of Sweepback on Coefficient of Lift – Angle of Attack (AOA) curves.
  2. For a safe takeoff, the Critical Field Length must be no greater than the runway available
  3. An increase in density altitude has what effect on takeoff performance
  4. How does an increase in altitude affect landing performance?
  5. What effect does a headwind have on takeoff performance
  6. Wake turbulence can cause an airplane to be turned completely upside down. To escape wake turbulence a pilot should avoid
  7. 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?
  8. The minimum runway length required for a specific takeoff weight, and may be the longer of the balanced field length or 115% of the all engine takeoff distance.
  9. (Reference Figure 14.10) What angle of bank must an airplane maintain at 380 knots to achieve an eight degrees per second rate of turn?
  10. Radius of turn refers to
  11. ______________ wings will stall at the wing tips first and then progress toward the rest of the wing.
  12. If a pilot experiences an engine failure and attempts to stretch the glide (i.e., increases the angle of attack) the result will be
  13. How does a weight increase affect landing performance?
  14. Dynamic hydroplaning
  15. How will an uphill slope affect takeoff performance?
  16. (Reference Figure 14.10) An aircraft traveling at 150 knots and 45 of bank will have a radius of turn of
  17. Rate of turn refers to
  18. What statement(s) is/are true regarding the region of reverse command?
  19. The main difference between CL– curves for straight-wing aircraft is that
  20. (Reference Figure 5.4) What will happen to an aircraft that is flown to the right side of the straight vertical line on the right side of the flight envelope?
  21. The minimum indicated airspeed at which an engine failure can be experienced and the takeoff safely continued. Safe abort capability is assured if the takeoff is aborted prior to reaching this speed is the definition for
  22. An airplane in flight encounters wing icing. The greatest danger(s) is that
  23. Regarding takeoff performance, an increase in the aircraft weight will result in
  24. Braking action on a dry concrete runway is ____________ that of a wet runway
  25. The primary way to tell if you are in a spin versus a spiral is
  26. A steep, low-power approach is more dangerous for heavy airplanes than light airplanes because
  27. Viscous hydroplaning
  28. (Reference Figure 5.4) What speed is indicated at point B?
  29. (Reference Figure 5.4) What speed is indicated at point A?
  30. The maximum speed that the aircraft can obtain under normal acceleration and then stop in the available runway is the definition for
Buy Answer Key