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PPL – FLIGHT PERFORMANCE AND PLANNING1. The four forces acting on an airplane in-flight are:
2. (Refer to figure 38.) Determine the approximate total distance required tolanda.Over a 50-foot obstacle.
c.Pressure …………. 4,000 Feetd.Weight …………….2,800 poundse.Headwind component..10knots
3. To minimize the side loads placed on the landing gear during touchdown,thePilot should keep: direction of motion of the aircraft parallel to the runway.Down wing lowered sufficiently to eliminate the tendency for the aircraft todrift.
4. (Refer to figure 41)Determine the total distance required for takeoff tocleara 50-foot obstacle.a. OAT……………….............Stdb.Pressure …………. ……..4,000 Feetc.Takeoff Weight ………….2,800 poundsd.Headwind component ….CalmAnswer:1,750 feet
5. If an altimeter setting is not available before flight, to which altitude shouldthe pilot, adjust the altimeter?
6. Loading an airplane to the mostaft CG will cause the airplane to be:
7. GIVEN:WEIGHTMOMENTARMEmpty Weight1495151593101.4Pilot and pax38064(AVGAS)Fuel (30 gal Usableno reserve)96The CG is located how far to the aft of datum?

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Term
Winter
Professor
DA WEST
Tags
Force, Imperial units, Indicated airspeed, Altimeter

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