# Climb and Descent Performance with Power-Producing Engines Online Exam Quiz

Climb and Descent Performance with Power-Producing Engines GK Quiz. Question and Answers related to Climb and Descent Performance with Power-Producing Engines. MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions with answers about Climb and Descent Performance with Power-Producing Engines

### At what rate does the minimum sink rate occur in a gliding flight?

Options

A : It occurs at minimum power speed

B : It occurs at maximum power speed

C : It occurs at minimum airspeed

D : It occurs at maximum airspeed

Options

A : TRUE

B : FALSE

C : -

D : -

Options

A : TRUE

B : FALSE

C : -

D : -

### What is the relation betweenpower and airspeed for climb gradient?

Options

A : Power increases with increase in airspeed

B : Power decreases with increase in airspeed

C : Power increases with decrease in airspeed

D : Power is unaffected by the airspeed

Options

A : 3

B : 2

C : 1

D : 0

### What is the value that maintains maximum rate and minimum power speed of the aircraft?

Options

A : 1/\sqrt{3}

B : 1/\sqrt{3}

C : u2/\sqrt{3}

D : u2/\sqrt{3}

### Which of the following is the correct formula of airborne distance with respect to aircraft weight?

Options

A : SA=\frac{W}{(F_N-D)_{av}}\Big\{\frac{V_{2}^2+V_{LOF}^2}{2g}+35\Big\}

B : SA=\frac{W}{(F_N+D)_{av}}\Big\{\frac{V_{2}^2+V_{LOF}^2}{2g}+35\Big\}

C : SA=\frac{W}{(F_N+D)_{av}}\Big\{\frac{V_{2}^2-V_{LOF}^2}{2g}+35\Big\}

D : SA=\frac{W}{(F_N-D)_{av}}\Big\{\frac{V_{2}^2-V_{LOF}^2}{2g}+35\Big\}

### Which of the following is the correct formula of ground run distance with respect to aircraft weight?

Options

A : SG=\frac{WV_{LOF}^2}{2g[F_N+D+\mu (W-L)]_{0.7V_{LOF}^2}}

B : SG=\frac{WV_{LOF}^2}{2g[F_N-D+\mu (W-L)]_{0.7V_{LOF}^2}}

C : SG=\frac{WV_{LOF}^2}{2g[F_N+D-\mu (W-L)]_{0.7V_{LOF}^2}}

D : SG=\frac{WV_{LOF}^2}{2g[F_N-D-\mu (W-L)]_{0.7V_{LOF}^2}}

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