Performance + W&B Quiz

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Performance + W&B

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Considering the following fuel data, how much trip fuel is required?

Fuel for start-up and taxi: 5 L

Fuel for take-off and climb: 12 L

Fuel for cruise flight: 25 L

Fuel for descent, approach and landing: 7 L

Fuel for taxi and parking: 3 L

Fuel to alternate: 13 L

Final reserve fuel: 10 L 

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During a VFR flight the remaining usable fuel at a checkpoint is 80 USG.

Reserve fuel is 20 USG, remaining flight time according to flight plan is 2h 20min.

What is the highest acceptable fuel flow (FF) for the rest of the trip? 

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Given the following data for a VFR flight: Take-off fuel: 180 kg including reserve fuel, which is 30% of take off fuel.

After half of the distance the remaining fuel is 100 kg.

Assume that cruise conditions will remain unchanged. Determine the remaining fuel at the destination: 

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The density of AVGAS 100LL at 15° C is... 

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5.

The center of gravity has to be located... 

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6.

The speed VFE is defined as... 

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The empty weight and the corresponding center of gravity (CG) of an aircraft are initially determined... 

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8.

The speed Vy is defined as... 

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9.

Exceeding the maximum allowed aircraft mass is... 

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10.

The distance between the center of gravity and the datum is called... 

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What is the true airspeed (TAS) [kt] and fuel consumption [l/h] for cruise flight with 60 % power in flight level 60 under the following conditions?

Temperature: ISA - 20° C QNH: 980 hPa

See annex (PFP-012) 

 

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12.

The speed Vx means... 

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13.

Which factor shortens landing distance?

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Given values: Calculated take-off mass = 746 kg calculated CG = 37.1 cm fuel burn = 30.5 l on station 45 cm. Where is the CG situated after the landing? 

Select the closest answer

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15.

The conversion factor from kilogram [kg] into pounds [lb] is... 

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What is the take-off distance at 705 kg take-off mass, OAT 20° C, QNH 1013 hPa at an elevation of 3500 ft with 5 kt tailwind? 

See annex (PFP-009) 

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17.

Baggage and cargo must be properly stowed and fastened, otherwise a shift of the cargo may cause... 

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18.

The result of a rear C.G. position is... 

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