Q1. Spoiler deflection causes?
A: A decrease in lift and drag
B: An increase in drag and a decrease in lift
C: A increase in lift and drag
Q2. What effect does an increased load have on an aircraft?
A: The aircraft will suffer immediate structural failure
B: The aircraft will have a tendency to roll and yaw
C: The aircraft will stall at a higher speed
Q3. The CP is in its most forward position?
A: When AOA is smaller than the stalling angle
B: When AOA is equal to stalling angle
C: When the AOA exceeds the stalling angle
Q4. To maintain level flight, if the AOA is increased the speed must be?
C: Increased in the sane ratio as the lift/drag ratio decreases
Q5. A jet aeroplane cruises buffet free at high constant altitude in significant turbulence. Which type of stall can occur if this aeroplane decelerates?
A: Shock stall
B: Low speed stall
C: Accelerated stall
Q6. Which kind of boundary layer has the strongest change in velocity close to the surface?
A: Laminar boundry layer
B: No difference
C: Turbulent boundary layer
Q7. On descent with constant mach and weight, the operational limit that is in danger of being exceeded is?
Q8. Spoilers and flaps, when extended, give more?
Q9. Which of the following aircraft designs would be prone to super stall?
A: Swept back wing
C: Swept forward wing
Q10. 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