ONLINE EXAMINATION

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Aircraft General Knowledge – Set B

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1. In the Northern Hemisphere, if an aircraft is accelerated or decelerated, the magnetic compass will normally indicate

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2. Which Instrument will become in operative when the pitot tube becomes blocked?

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3. What is an Important airspeed limitation not color coded on the airspeed indicator?

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4. What is True altitude?

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5. What is Density Altitude?

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6. Under what condition will true altitude be lower than indicated altitude?

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7. In flight made from an area of high pressure into an area of low pressure without the altimeter setting being adjusted, the altimeter will indicate.

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8. To receive accurate indications during flight from a heading indicator, the instrument must be

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9. What action can a pilot take to aid in cooling an engine that is overheating during climb?

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10. The basic purpose of adjusting the fuel/air mixture at altitude is to

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11. The uncontrolled firing of the fuel/air mixture in advance of normal spark ignition is

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12. If the grade of fuel used in the aircraft engine is lower than the specified for the engine, it will likely cause

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13. Filing the fuel tanks after the last flight of the day is considered a good practice because?

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14. The static port hole supplies static air to the

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15. How many minutes should the heading indicator be checked with the magnetic compass

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16. An airspeed that is corrected for temperature and pressure changes is

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17. When you set the altimeter to standard atmospheric pressure, the colesman window should read

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18. The yellow arc of the airspeed indicator means

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19. The instrument that is directly connected to the pitot tube is

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20. In descending attitude, the miniature airplane will be

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21. The vertical speed indicator indicates to the pilot what aircraft attitude?

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22. Coordinated turn is accomplished when the ball is

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23. The first sign of carburetor icing is

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24. During pre flight inspection, the reason for draining the fuel pump and strainer is

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25. The electrical energy in flight is usually produced by?

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26. Cylinders arranged directly opposite each other in the engine block is classified as

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27. A negative indication of the ammeter indicates the battery is

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28. Guide lines for preventing detonation includes

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29. Engines used in World War II

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30. This type of fuel system uses the gravity to put fuel in the engine

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31. This is used to draw fuel from the tanks to vaporize the fuel directly to the cylinders

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32. This is the primary fuel contaminant

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33. This is oil located in a sump, which is an integral part of the engine

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34. Controls the rate of charge of the battery and stabilizes the current from the generator/ alternator

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35. These are used to protect various component from overloads

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36. Read this altimeter

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37. Read this altimeter

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38. Read this altimeter

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