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- What is the effect of tail wind on the time to climb to a given altitude?
- At MSL, in ISA conditions, climb gradient = 6 %. What would the climb gradient be if:Pressure altitude: 1000 ftTemperature: 17° CEngine anti-ice: onWing anti-ice: on(- 0.2 % engine anti-ice, - 0.1 % wing anti ice, + - 0.2 % per 1000 ft pressure altitude, + - 0.1 % per 10 ISA deviation)
- Which speed provides maximum obstacle clearance during climb?
- For an aircraft climbing at a constant IAS, the True airspeed (i) and the Mach number (ii) will :
- Compared to the gross gradient of climb the net climb gradient will be:
- A constant headwind component:
- A four jet-engine aeroplane (mass = 150 000 kg) is established on climb with all engines operating. The lift-to- drag ratio is 14. Each engine has a thrust of 75 000 Newton’ s. The gradient of climb is: (given: g= 10 m/s2):
- The best rate of climb at a constant gross mass
- The main reason for using the stepped climb technique is to:
- An aircraft has a climb speed schedule of 250 KIAS / 0.8 M. If the climb TAS is increased to 270 KIAS the Mach limit will be reached :
- The lowest point of the drag or thrust required curve of a jet aeroplane, respectively, is the point for:
- As altitude increases the stalling speed of an aircraft in terms of (i) IAS, (ii) TAS and (iii) Mach number will...
- What happens to the drag of a jet aeroplane if, during the initial climb after take off, constant IAS is maintained?(Assume a constant mass)
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