Principles Of Flight

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Principles Of Flight

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1. Q24 Which statement about the airflow around an aerofoil is correct if the angle of attack increases?

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2. Q62 What types of boundary layers can be found on an aerofoil?

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3. Q54 When extending the flaps for landing at constant angle of attack, in which way does the lift coefficient change far before reaching the maximum lift coefficient?

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4. Q34 Which parts of an aircraft mainly affect the generation of induced drag?

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5. Q15 Which point on the aerofoil is represented by number 3? See figure (PFA-009)Siehe Anlage 2

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6. Q97 The bank in a two-minute turn (rate one turn) depends on the…

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7. Q57 What is the principle of a Fowler flap?

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8. Q88 The trim tab at the elevator is defelected upwards. In which position is the corresponding indicator?

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9. Q47 During a stall, the lift…

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10. Q7 Bernoulli’s equation for frictionless, incompressible gases states that…

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11. Q6 The static pressure of gases work…

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12. Q5 During a straight and steady climb, which force acts addionally, and in the same direction as the drag force, resulting in more power required for climb than for horizontal flight?

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13. Q31 The drag coefficient…

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14. Q37 Pressure drag, interference drag and friction drag belong to the group of the…

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15. Q72 The critical angle of attack…

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16. Q75 The elevator deflection during take-off rotation…

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17. Q95 Point number 1 in the figure indicates which flight state? See figure (PFA-008)Siehe Anlage 5

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18. Q27 In order to improve the stall characteristics of an aircraft, the wing is twisted outwards (the angle of incidence varies spanwise). This is known as…

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19. Q71 Rotation around the lateral axis is called…

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20. Q84 The aerodynamic rudder balance…

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