# Sky

## Computational Applied Aerodynamics Exercises

Prepare to your applied aerodynamics examination with these computational exercises. Consider a normal shock wave with the pressure ratio P2/P; equals twice the density ratio P2/p1. The downstream Mach number of the wave is: 0.527 An expansion wave is created by a deflection angle of… Read More »Computational Applied Aerodynamics Exercises

## Aerodynamics & Flight Controls Examination

Here are questions about the applied aerodynamic lessons part 4. The reduction of induced drag can be accomplished by (2Pt)A. Wings with high ARB. Flying at VmaxC. Increasing delta angleD. Improvement of aircraft longitudinal axis VA or maneuvering speed is: A. The speed at which… Read More »Aerodynamics & Flight Controls Examination

## Computational Aerodynamic Test Exam

Before proceeding to supersonic aerodynamic lessons, here are computational aerodynamic test that will prepare you. Find difference in drag at 100 miles per hour, at sea level, of four main struts each 6 ft. long if they are round tubes 3/4 in in outside diameter… Read More »Computational Aerodynamic Test Exam

## Applied Aerodynamics Test 4

After answering this aerodynamic test, the next test is supersonic aerodynamics.

## Supersonic Aerodynamics Key Points

Prepare for your supersonic aerodynamics tests with these key points: Aerodynamic Center Center of Pressure Critical Mach Supercritical Airfoil Aileron Buzz Aileron Snatch Drag Divergence Mach Buffet Mach Tuck Shock Stall Maximum Operating Limit Speed (Mmo) in Mach Accelerated Stall

## Fundamental Aerodynamics Test 1

1. [Multiple Choice] Just above the critical Mach number the first evidence of a shock wave will appear at the (2Pt) A. lower side of the wing. B. leading edge of the wing. C. trailing edge of the wing. D. upper side of the wing.… Read More »Fundamental Aerodynamics Test 1

## ATPL – Fundamental Aerodynamics Reviewer

Here are sample exercises from FAA, Oxford ATPL, and other aerodynamic questions.

## Aerodynamics FAA & PHAK Questions Exam

Upon reading the Pilot Handbook about Aerodynamics Flight, here are some Aerodynamics questions for a review: lection also increases drag, so the wing yaws in the same direction that it rolls. It is called _.– Answer: Proverse yaw

## Aerodynamics Set 3 – Examination Reviewer

Here are practice Aerodynamics Fundamental Questions for Engineering: Which is an advantage of flying a jet at high altitudes?a. Lower engine RPM will result in low SFCb. Low temperature increases engine efficiency Answer: Low temperature increase engine efficiency At high ALTITUDE, V is HIGH. So… Read More »Aerodynamics Set 3 – Examination Reviewer

## Aerodynamics Set 2 – Examination

Answer the following Aerodynamics questions: On what instance does negative pressure coefficient occurs?a. When dynamic pressure is twice the pressure differenceb. When the freestream velocity is higher than local velocityc. When local velocity is higher than freestream velocity Answer: c. When local velocity is higher… Read More »Aerodynamics Set 2 – Examination