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Mass and Balance  ATPL  Airline Transport Pilot license
Mass and Balance  ATPL  Airline Transport Pilot license
Test 10 domande Mass and Balance, tempo libero
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1  Considering only structural limitations, on long distance flights (at the aeroplane's maximum range), the traffic load is normally limited by:
The maximum zero fuel mass.
The maximum takeoff mass.
The maximum landing mass.
The maximum zero fuel mass plus the takeoff mass.
2  The Maximum Taxi (Ramp) Mass is governed by:
Tyre speed and temperature limitations.
Structural considerations.
Taxi distance to takeoff point.
Bearing strength of the taxiway pavement.
3  The Dry Operating Mass is the total mass of the aircraft ready for a specific type of operation but excluding
Usable fuel and traffic load.
Usable fuel, potable water and lavatory chemicals.
Potable water and lavatory chemicals.
Usable fuel and crew.
4  From the data contained in the attached appendix, the maximum allowable take  off mass and traffic load is respectively:
61600 kg and 12150 kg
60425 kg and 10975 kg
66770 kg and 17320 kg
68038 kg and 18588 kg[see Annex]
5  An aeroplane must be reweighed at certain intervals. Where an operator uses 'fleet masses' and provided that changes have been correctly documented, this interval is
9 years for each aeroplane.
Whenever a major modification is carried out.
Whenever the Certificate of Airworthiness is renewed.
4 years for each aeroplane.
6  On an aeroplane with a seating capacity of more than 30, it is decided to use standard mass values for computing the total mass of passengers. If the flight is not a holiday charter, the mass value which may be used for an adult is
76 kg
84 kg
88 kg (male) 74 kg (female).
84 kg (male) 76 kg (female).
7  Traffic Load is the:
Dry Operating Mass minus the disposable load.
Zero Fuel Mass minus Dry Operating Mass.
Takeoff Mass minus Zero Fuel Mass.
Dry Operating Mass minus the Variable Load.
8  The empty mass of an aircraft is recorded in
The loading manifest. It differs from Dry Operating Mass by the value of the 'useful load'.
The weighing schedule. If changes occur, due to modifications, the aircraft must be reweighed always.
The loading manifest. It differs from the zero fuel mass by the value of the 'traffic load'.
The weighing schedule and is amended to take account of changes due to modifications of the aircraft.
9  An aeroplane is carrying a traffic load of 10320 kgComplete the necessary sections of the attached appendix and determine which of the answers given below represents the maximum increase in the traffic load
7000 kg
8268 kg
1830 kg
655 kg[see Annex]
10  The centre of gravity of an aeroplane is at 25% of the Mean Aerodynamic Chord.This means that the centre of gravity of the aeroplane is situated at 25% of the length of:
The mean aerodynamic chord in relation to the datum
The mean aerodynamic chord in relation to the trailing edge
The aeroplane in relation to the leading edge
The mean aerodynamic chord in relation to the leading edge
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