Principles Of Flight

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Principles Of Flight

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1. Q67 “Longitudinal stability” is referred to as stability around which axis?

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2. Q99 How is the balance of forces affected during a turn?

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3. Q43 In which mentioned situation is the total drag at its minimum?

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

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5. Q21 The position of the the center of pressure at a positively shaped profile…

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6. Q25 Which statement about the airflow around an aerofoil is correct if the angle of attack decreases?

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7. Q85 Which constructive feature has the purpose to reduce stearing forces?

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8. Q50 The stall warning will be activated just before reaching which speed?

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9. Q80 What is the advantage of differential aileron movement?

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10. Q23 Which statement about lift and angle of attack is correct?

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11. Q58 A take-off with flaps in take-off position causes…

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12. Q82 Differential aileron deflection is used to…

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13. Q92 The change in pitch at a propeller blade from the root to the tip ensures…

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14. Q60 How do lift and drag change when setting flaps to a lower position?

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15. Q98 In a co-ordinated turn, how is the relation between the load factor (n) and the stall speed (Vs)?

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16. Q12 Number 3 in the drawing corresponds to the… See figure (PFA-010)Siehe Anlage 1

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17. 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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18. Q26 The angle (alpha) shown in the figure is referred to as… See figure (PFA-003) DoF: direction of airflowSiehe Anlage 3

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19. Q63 How does a laminar boundary layer differ from a turbulent boundary layer?

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20. Q70 Rotation around the vertical axis is called…

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