Airframes, Engines, and Systems 2

  1. The governor in a constant speed propeller maintains:
      1. Thrust
      2. RPM
      3. Power
      4. Manifold Pressure
  2. The low-voltage wires to the magnetos have been cut.
      1. The engine will not start
      2. Only one magneto will fire
      3. Both magnetos are live
      4. Both magnetos are rendered inoperative
  1. Aircraft fuel (100LL) has a high octane rating in order to:
      1. Prevent pre-ignition
      2. Prevent detonation
      3. Prevent evaporation
      4. Prevent prevention
  1. Applying carb heat makes the mixture richer. This is because:
      1. The manifold pressure is lower
      2. The air in the intake manifold is less dense
      3. The air in the intake manifold is warmer
      4. All of the above
      5. None of the above
  1. The most rapid wear in the cylinders occurs in the first minutes after start. This is because:
      1. The oil has all drained down into the sump
      2. The choke (reduced diameter at the top) of the cylinder increases friction
      3. It takes the oil pump a few minutes to circulate oil through the engine
      4. All of the above
      5. None of the above
  1. To answer this question go to CARS(English) or RAC(français). Save the page with a bookmark. Then go to CAR 401.05 and CAR 421.05. Then determine whether or not this pilot can fly:
      1. A pilot who has not acted as pilot in command or co-pilot in five years
      2. A pilot who has done only two landings in the last six months
      3. A pilot who has not written the PSTAR in five years
      4. A pilot who has done only four night landings in the last six months
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