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Mass and Balance - ATPL - Airline Transport Pilot Licence
Test 10 domande Mass and Balance, tempo libero
1 - The responsibility for determination of the mass of 'operating items' and 'crew members' included within the Dry Operating Mass lies with
The authority of the state of registration.
The person compiling the weighing schedule.
2 - An aeroplane is weighed and the following recordings are made: nose wheel assembly scale 5330 kgleft main wheel assembly scale 12370 kg right main wheel assembly scale 12480 kgIf the 'operational items' amount to a mass of 1780 kg with a crew mass of 545 kg, the empty mass, as entered in the weight schedule, is
3 - 'Standard Mass' as used in the computation of passenger load establish the mass of a child as
35 kg only if they are over 2 years old and occupy a seat.
35 kg irrespective of age provided they occupy a seat.
35 kg for children over 2 years occupying a seat and 10 kg for infants (less than 2 years) occupying a seat.
35 kg for children over 2 years occupying a seat and 10 kg for infants (less than 2 years) not occupying a seat.
4 - From the loading manual for the transport aeroplane, the aft cargo compartment has a maximum total load of:
5 - For a particular aeroplane, the structural maximum mass without any fuel on board, other than unusable quantities, is:
A variable value which is governed by the payload carried.
A fixed value which is stated in the Aeroplane Operating Manual.
A fixed value which will limit the amount of fuel carried.
A variable value which may limit the payload carried.
6 - The maximum mass to which an aeroplane may be loaded, prior to engine start, is:
Maximum certificated taxi (ramp) mass
Maximum regulated take - off mass
Maximum certificated take - off mass
Maximum regulated taxi (ramp) mass
7 - At the flight preparation stage, the following parameters in particular are available for determining the mass of the aircraft:1- Dry operating mass 2- Operating massWhich statement is correct:
The operating mass is the mass of the aircraft without take-off fuel.
The dry operating mass includes take-off fuel.
The dry operating mass includes fixed equipment needed to carry out a specific flight.
The operating mass includes the traffic load.
8 - If the centre of gravity is near the forward limit the aeroplane will:
Benefit from reduced drag due to the decrease in angle of attack.
Require less power for a given airspeed.
Require elevator trim which will result in an increase in fuel consumption.
Tend to over rotate during take-off.
9 - In order to provide an adequate 'buffet boundary' at the commencement of the cruise a speed of 1.3 Vs is used.At a mass of 120000 kg this is a CAS of 180 KT.If the mass of the aeroplane is increased to 135000 kg the value of 1.3 Vs will be:
Increased to 191 KT, drag will increase and air distance per kg of fuel will decrease.
Increased to 202 KT but, since the same angle of attack is used, drag and range will remain the same.
Increased to 191 KT, drag will decrease and air distance per kg of fuel will increase.
Unaffected as Vs always occurs at the same angle of attack.
10 - A load placed aft of the datum:
Has a negative arm and therefore generates a negative moment and mass
Has a negative arm and therefore generates a negative moment but a positive mass
Has a positive arm and therefore generates a positive moment
Has a positive arm and therefore generates a positive moment but negative mass
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