Shotgun Questions Day 7

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  1. 1. T/F Position of the Interseat sequencing system can be monitored from the FCP?
    A: False
  2. 2. Name all the systems that have to be visually or verbally confirmed from the FCP?
    A: Auxiliary battery, manual fuel balance L/R switch, environmental control system, parking brake position, emergency gear extension, and altimeter setting of front cockpit.
  3. 3. How can the bleed air inflow be checked from the RCP?
    A: Pressing the G-suit test button.
  4. 4. How can you confirm OBOGS operation from the RCP?
    A: Turning off the supply lever
  5. 5. Accomplish a G-awareness turn on any sortie that may require more than how many Gs?
    A: 3
  6. 6. At what airspeed is the Gx flown?
    A: 200-220; how many G’s? A: 4; how many breathing cycles? A: 3-4
  7. 7. For advanced aerobatics and formation training the G-awareness turns should be flown to G-loads of?
    A: 4-5 Gs
  8. 8. Do not shut down the engine in flight if it is producing usable torque unless?
    A: it is confirmed on fire, vibrations indicate impeding failure or not required for recovery to the selected emergency field.
  9. 9. Do not restart the engine if what circumstances occur?
    A: Fire/FOD/Frozen
  10. 10. Taxi how fast in a congested area?
    A: 5-7 knots
  11. 11. Taxi speed in an uncongested area should not exceed?
    A: 15 knots
  12. 12. Differential braking with the NWS engaged should be avoided to preclude?
    A: damage to the nose gear
  13. 13. During the Over Speed Governor check a technique is to keep the control stick ______ to prevent the nose gear strut from compressing?
    A: neutral to slightly aft position
  14. 14. Do not accomplish after landing checklist items until when?
    A: safe taxi speed and clear of the runway
  15. 1. What is the primary source of power for the PMU?
    A: the PMA
  16. 2. What sort of power does the PMA provide?
    A: 32 VAC
  17. 3. In ground mode, idle is _____ and approximately ______ in flight mode.
    A: 60%, 67%
  18. 4. Above ______ feet MSL the PMU raises N1 to maintain Np above 80% to avoid stress on the propeller during spins.
    A: 10,000
  19. 5. Is the automatic shutdown feature provided by the PMU available in flight mode?
    A: No
  20. 6. The PMU will go offline when the IOAT exceeds _____?
    A: 121C
  21. 7. What is the purpose of the bob weight in the elevator control system?
    A: To provide feedback to the pilot at an increased level
  22. 8. T or F: It is not necessary to pulse the trim at high airspeeds.
    A: F
  23. 9. What are the four factors that act as a function of the Trim Aid?
    A: Engine torque, indicated airspeed, pressure altitude, and pitch rate
  24. 10. Lowering the speed brake at high airspeeds will produce a slight pitch in which direction?
    A: Up
  25. 11. Does the elevator automatically trim during Speed brake operation?
    A: Yes
  26. 12. Can you normally extend the flaps and speed brake simultaneously?
    A: No
  27. 13. What are the four factors that effect glide performance? A: airspeed, aircraft configuration (gear and flaps), angle of bank, and coordinated or uncoordinated flight.
  28. 14. Best glide speed in a clean configuration is approximately _____?
    A: 125 KIAS
  29. 15. At best glide, what can you expect your sink rate to be?
    A: 1350 ft/min
  30. 16. In an engine out situation, how can the flaps be lowered?
    A: Normally, after the landing gear has been extended using the emergency system.
  31. 17. What power setting approximates the performance of an aircraft with a feathered prop?
    A: 4-6%
  32. 18. What is the margin of artificial stall warning during a power-off unaccelerated condition?
    A: 5-10 knots above stall speed
  33. 19. When does natural stall warning occur during power off conditions?
    A: 3 knots above stall speed
  34. 20. Above what torque setting might full right rudder and full right aileron not prevent a left roll off at stall?
    A: 60%
  35. 21. Does speed brake extension effect stall characteristics?
    A: No
  36. 22. What are the correct steps for stall recovery?
    A: Reduce angle of attack, Advance PCL, Roll wings level, Increase back pressure
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Shotgun Questions Day 7
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