# Aircraft Performance Mcqs

Q:

The effect of TAS on airborne distance is half that of the ideal case.

 A) True B) False

Explanation: Not available for this question

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Q:

The ground run distance is effected by the inverse of the density and directly proportional to square of the true airspeed.

 A) True B) False

Explanation: The ground run distance is effected by the inverse of the density and directly proportional to square of the true airspeed. The ground run distance is not effected by thrust. The ground run distance is not effected by thrust. The factors that affect ground run distance are: TAS, EAS and density.

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Q:

Which of the following will not effect the ground run distance?

 A) TAS B) EAS C) Weight D) Thrust

Explanation: The ground run distance is not effected by thrust. The factors that affect ground run distance are:
TAS
EAS
Density.

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Q:

There is no effect of runway conditions on the airborne distance.

 A) True B) False

Explanation: There is no effect of runway conditions on the airborne distance. The runway condition includes:
Slope of the runway
Friction of the runway.

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Q:

The headwind only effects in the kinematic energy in the case of the airborne distance.

 A) True B) False

Explanation: The headwind only effects in the kinematic energy in the case of the airborne distance. The headwind is used to change the datum speed of the take-off. This headwind effects the ground run speed. For every 10% change in headwind, there is 20% decrease in the ground run distance.

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Q:

What is the use of the headwind?

 A) To change the datum height B) To change the datum temperature C) To change the fuel ratio D) To change the pressure ratio

Explanation: The headwind is used to change the datum speed of the take-off. This headwind effects the ground run speed. For every 10% change in headwind, there is 20% decrease in the ground run distance.

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Q:

The increase in aircraft weight by 10% will result in increase in aircraft ground run distance by 20%.

 A) True B) False

Explanation: Not available for this question

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Q:

There are two atmospheric effects on the take-off distances.

 A) True B) False