Module 17 B1-Propeller - M-17 PROPELLER-1 Thrust and camber faces of a propeller should be blended out to a 5 times the depth of damage b 10 times to

Module 17 B1-Propeller - M-17 PROPELLER-1 Thrust and camber...

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M-17 -- PROPELLER ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1- Thrust and camber faces of a propeller should be blended out to a) 5 times the depth of damage b) 10 times to the depth of damage * c) 30 times to the depth of damage 2-Leading edges should be blended out to a) 5 times the depth of damage * b) 10 times the depth of damage b) 30 times the depth of damage 3- The shank of the propeller is permitted to have a) minor repairs * b) no repairs c) no decals fitted 4- Wooden propellers are permitted a) no repairs * b) repairs using sawdust and aero-glue b) repairs that do not affect weight and balance 5- Composite propellers may have minor repairs carried out by a) the operator b) any approved 3rd party maintenance organization * c) any approved composite repair facility 6- Details of propeller overhaul may be found in * a) Airworthiness Notice 75 a) the AMM b) Airworthiness Notice 55 7- The tip clearance of a single engine tail wheel aircraft is measured with the aircraft a) tail wheel on the ground * b) tail wheel in the take off position b) in the rigging position 8- The tip clearance of a multi engine aircraft a) is taken between the engines with the props aligned. * b) is taken between the prop and the fuselage b) is taken from the ground 9- The tip clearance of a sea plane is a) 9 inches b) 1 inch * c) 18 inches
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10-Cropping is permitted to a maximum of a) ½ inch on one blade only b) ½ inch on all blades * c) 1 inch on all blades 11-The optimum angle for a fixed pitch propeller is * a) 2 - 4 degrees b) 6 - 10 degrees c) 15 degrees 12-A left handed propeller is one that a) rotates clockwise when viewed from the front * b) rotates clockwise when viewed from the rear b) is fitted to an engine on the Left side of the aircraft 13- If the speeder spring pressure of a CSU is increased the blade will * c) fine off a) b)coarsen off b) c) will not move 14- Mechanical vibration relating to propellers in a piston powered aircraft a) is due to the lead lag of the propeller compared to the engine * b) is due to the power stroke of the engine and may have a more detrimental effect than aerodynamic vibration c) is due to the crankshaft at intermittent power settings 15- Prop anti-icing may be achieved by a) a using hot air from the compressor b) using commercial de-icing fluid sprayed on the pro * c) using iso - propyl alcohol de-icing fluid sprayed on the blade 16- De-icing of the propeller can be monitored by a) viewing the blade and observing ice falling off the blade * b) an ammeter in the flight deck b) viewing the deicing fluid level sight glass 17-Metal at the tip and along the leading edge of a wooden propeller is * a) for protection b) for Anti-icing c) for balancing 18- Insulation testing of electrical de-icing systems should be periodically carried out because of a) oxidation due to atmospheric conditions b) wear on the slip rings * c) an open circuit in one of the blades
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19- Synchronizing can only be achieved if the slave propeller is: a) a within 20 rpm of the master * b) within 100 rpm of the master b) the same speed as the master 20-Synchronising is carried out to : * a) match engine rpm b) match prop tip speed
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