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What is NOT one of the four aerodynamic forces?
Which aerodynamic force is known as "the resistance of air"?
Which principle explains how an airplane flies?
Which part of the airplane creates the lift?
What are the primary flight controls for an aircraft?
Wings, propeller, tail
Propeller, fuselage, ailerons
Elevator, ailerons, rudder
Propellor, Flaps, ailerons
The type of drag, which associated with the shape of aircraft is:
Skin Friction Drag
The angle between RAF & Chord line called:
The axis that extends from Nose section to Tail section of an aircraft is called:
The point where the lift resultant is concentrated called:
Center of Gravity
Center of Pressure
Center of Dynamic Velocity
One of the following is not considered as a factor of generating lift:
The behavior of Cd (Coefficient of Drag) after Critical Angle of Attack is:
When the pilot pull the stick (Yoke) backward, the aircraft will be at:
To roll an aircraft to the right side:
Left Aileron moving Down, and Right Aileron moves Up
Left Elevator moves Up, and Right Elevator moves Down
Rudder moves only to the Right
Left Aileron moving Up,and Right Aileron moves Down
When the engine flame out, the pilot action is to:
Fly at level Flight
Try to consume more fuels
The type of airfoil that used in Rotary aircraft is:
The ratio of airflow velocity to the speed of sound is called:
The percentage of Oxygen in Atmosphere is:
The point where the air flow changes from laminar to turbulent flow is called:
The instrument that is responsible for measuring the Aircraft TAS is:
Fuel Quantity Gauge
One of the solution to Critical angle of attack issue is:
High surface wing area
Low stagnation point
Decreasing aircraft weight