Q1. Which of the following aircraft designs would be prone to super stall?
A:Swept back wing
C:Swept forward wing
Q2. The stall speed?
A: Increases with an increased weight
B: Decreases with an increased weight
C: Does not depend on weight
Q3. In a turn, the wing stalling angle?
B: Remains unchanged
Q4. A jet aeroplane cruises buffet free at high constant altitude in significant turbulence. Which type of stall can occur if this aeroplane decelerates?
A: Low speed stall
B: Accelerated stall
C: Shock stall
Q5. The stall margin is controlled by?
A: EPR limits
B: speed bug sensor
C: AOA and flap position
Q6. Aerodynamic damping on a control surface?
A: Increases with air density
B: Is unaffected by air density
C: Decreases with air density
Q7. On a swept wing aeroplane at low speed, the pitch up phenomenon?
A: Never occurs, since a swept wing is a remedy to pitch up
B: Is caused by extension of trailing edge lift augmentation devices
C: Is caused by wingtip stall
Q8. Which of the following statement about stall speed is correct?
A: Decreasing the angle of sweep of the wing will decrease the stall speed
B: Increasing the angle of sweep of the wing will decrease the stall speed
C: Use of T-tail will decrease the stall speed
Q9. When a leading edge flap is fully extended, what is the slot for?
A: To re-energise the boundary layer
B: To allow the flap to retract into it
C: To increase lift
Q10. During flight, an aircraft is yawing right. The aircraft would have a tendency to fly?
A: Nose up
B: Right wing low
C: Left wing low