Aero Part 1

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Aero Part 1
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  1. Thrust available varies with:
    RPM, Altitude, Temp (RAT)
  2. Does the T-45 track into or away from a crosswind?
    Away
  3. Max G below 5,000'
    +6.5 to -3.0
  4. T/F: SBI causes a nose up pitch across all airspeeds
    False
  5. What do rudder shock stabilization strips do?
    Reduce rudder buzz
  6. Artificial stall warning (Clean or Approach)?
    21.5 units AOA

    10 KIAS above stall speed
  7. Does the T-45 incorporate the Area Rule?
    No
  8. Spin recovery upright and inverted differ with what?
    Aileron position
  9. What happens when landing at a high elevation field?
    Same IAS but longer landing roll due to increased TAS
  10. Spin Indications (Upright)
    (7)
    • AOA: 28-30
    • Airspeed: 100-180
    • Altimeter: Decreasing Rapidly
    • VSI: > 6000fpm
    • Turn Needle: Full in direction of spin
    • G's: Positive
    • Recovery AOA: Decreasing past 20 units
  11. Spin Indications (Inverted)
    (7)
    • AOA: 0
    • Airspeed: 60 - 200
    • Altimeter: Decreasing rapidly
    • VSI: > 6000 fpm
    • Turn Needle: Full in direction of spin
    • G's: -1.0 to -1.4
    • Recovery AOA: Increasing past 5 units
  12. Upright Spin Mode (+30 degrees)
    (7)
    • *Indicated AOA: 28
    • *Airspeed: Increasing through 180
    • Altimeter: Decreasing rapidly
    • VSI: > 6000 fpm
    • Turn Needle: In direction of spin
    • *Descent rate: 12,000 fpm
    • G's: Positive
  13. Upright Spin Mode (+45 degrees)
    (7)
    • *Indicated AOA: 30
    • *Airspeed: Steady 100 - 110
    • Altimeter: Decreasing rapidly
    • VSI: > 6000 fpm
    • Turn Needle: In direction of spin
    • *Descent rate: 15,000 fpm
    • G's: Positive
  14. Inverted Spid Mode (-60 degrees)
    (8)
    • Indicated AOA: 0
    • Airspeed: 50 - 120
    • Altimeter: Decreasing rapidly
    • VSI: > 6000 fpm
    • Turn Needle: In direction of spin
    • Descent rate: 15,000 - 20,000 fpm
    • Nose Attitude: 30 degrees down
    • G's: -1 to -1.4
  15. Inverted Spin Mode (-40 degrees)
    (8)
    • Indicated AOA: 0
    • Airspeed: 100 - 160
    • Altimeter: Decreasing rapidly
    • VSI: > 6000 fpm
    • Turn Needle: In direction of spin
    • Descent rate: 15,000 - 20,000 fpm
    • Nose Attitude: 50 degrees down
    • G's: -1 to -1.4
  16. Inverted Spin Mode (-25 degrees)
    (8)
    • Indicated AOA: 0
    • Airspeed: 140 - 200
    • Altimeter: Decreasing rapidly
    • VSI: > 6000 fpm
    • Turn Needle: In direction of spin
    • Descent rate: 11,000 fpm
    • Nose Attitude: 65 degrees down
    • G's: -1 to -1.4
  17. Spin recovery control inputs
    Rudder: Full opposite turn needle (both)

    Aileron: Inverted- full opposite, Upright - full with

    Elevator: Neutralize (both)
  18. Stall buffet (clean)
    25 units AOA

    1-2 KIAS above stall speed
  19. Stall buffet (Approach)
    28 units AOA

    1 KIAS above stall speed
  20. Stall (Clean)
    26 units

    0 KIAS above stall speed
  21. Stall (Approackh)
    29 - 30 units AOA

    0 KIAS above stall speed
  22. Compared to normal approach, the T-45 emergency flap configuration has _____ approach airspeed and _______ stall airspeed
    1) same approach airspeed

    2) faster stall airspeed
  23. Critical Mach # 

    Force Divergent Mach #
    1) .8 Mach - first evidence of sonic flow on a/c (beginning of transonic flight regime).

    2) .85 Mach - rapid rise in CD (increasing total drag)
  24. Mach Formula
    TAS / SOS
  25. External stores decrease stall _____ AOA lower in cruise and approach configurations
    1 AOA
  26. Wing heaviness and up to 3/4 lateral stick may be required to maintain wings level at this speed:
    Mach .92 - .95

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