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Private Pilot Oral

v speeds,

Vg 96 knots - best glide
Va 131 knots - maneuvering
Vso 56 knots - landing stall with 100% flaps
Vs 55 knots - landing clean stall with 0% flaps
Vref 75 knots - final approach
Vx 81 knots - best angle climb
Vy 96 knots - best rate of climb
Vfe 100% 100 knots - max 100% flaps speed
Vfe 50% 120 knots - max 50% flaps speed
Vpd 135 knots - Caps deployment max speed
Vno 165 knots - maximum structural cruising speed
Vne 200 knots - never exceed speed
SPARROW Supplements Placards Airworthyness Registration Radio (international) Operating limitations Weight and Balance
AV1ATE Annual (required) VOR (check every 30 days) 100 hours (required for hire) Altimeter (check every two years) Transponder (24 months) ELT (12 months plus change if used for an hour)
how often is state registration renewed? Federal? Every year. Every three years or switch owners, totaled, 30 days after owner dies, and you can cancel.
When do you need a transponder Above 10,000 MSL A,B, and C airspace.
VOR Accuracy Checks Duel Check Ground Check Airborne VOT Bench Check
What is a service bulletin They are Recalls
Airworthynes directives are what? Two types? Mandatory Actions Urgent and non- urgent
Progressive Inspections Takes place of 100 hr and annual Every 50 hrs is a new phase check Keeps the airplane going for a flight school
Types of fog Advection - Warm moist air moving over a cool surface Radiation - Clear calm night (no wind) Upslope - Shallow - Steep slopes Ice fog - cold climate cool to cold Precipitation induced - rain increases dew point
TAF Terminal Area Forecast
What fuel does Western use? Color? 100LL - Blue 100 - Green
What kind of propeller does the SR-20 have? Constant speed - constantly finding most efficient pitch. (The faster the prop moves the lower the pitch).
Engine Type IO360ES - Teledyne Continental I - Fuel Injected O - Horizontally Opposed 360 - Cylinder displacement in in cubed ES - Serial Number Air Cooled
How much Horsepower does the SR-20 have and at what RPM setting? 200 hp at 2700 RPM
What happens if an alternator fails? You will still have your batteries so the plane will still fly for a limited time. Land at the nearest airport.
Alt 1 is Belt driven. What more can you tell me about Alternator 1? 28 volts 75 amps feeds to Battery 1
Battery 1 feeds to main 1, main 2, and the non essential part of the circuit board. What more is there to know about Battery 1? 24 volts 10 Amps
Alt 2 is gear driven. What more can you tell me about Alternator 2? 28.75 volts 20 amps feeds to Battery 2
Battery 2 feeds to the Essential bus. What more is there to know about Battery 2? 24 volts (2-12 volt batteries) 7 amps
How come Alt 2 has .75 more volts then Alt 1? So that the voltage and amps do not combine with each other to help each other out.
How much total fuel can the SR-20 hold? Usable? One tank? Usable? 60 gallons 56 gallons 30.3 gallons 28 gallons
To fly VFR in C, D, E, or G airspace under 10000 MSL, what are your limitations? 3 SM visibility with 1000 above 500 below and 2000 horizontal
To fly VFR in class B airspace, what are your limitations? 3 SM visibility and clear of clouds.
FAR Preflight Action (WKRAFT) stands for? Weather (preflight, destination) Known Delays (TFRs, Notams) Runways (lengths, Operating) Alternative Airports Fuel Planning (1 hour Western Rule) Take-off Distance (performance planning)
What does HASSELL stand for? Height - 1500 off the ground Airframe - Brief configuration Safety/Security - Seat belts and shoulder harnesses Speed - Brief speeds Engine - Boost pump, engine parameters Location Look-out
What is the procedure for slow flight? Position report 14" - hold picture under 120 - 50% flaps forward pressure for ballooning under 100 - 100% flaps Forward pressure for Ballooning Trade airspeed for altitude At 65 knots add a touch of power Stall horn Use power to keep alt Recov
What is the procedure for a Power off Stall? Position report 14" - hold picture under 120 - 50% flaps - under 100 - 100% flaps Glide at 75 Power idle Recover
What is the procedure for a Power on Stall? Position report 14" - hold picture under 120 - 50% flaps 67 add up to 65% power w/ right rudder pitch up for stall Recover
What are your three static instruments? Airspeed Indicator, Altimeter, Vertical Speed Indicator
What instrument uses ram air? Airspeed Indicator
What instruments use gyros? Atitude Indicator, Heading Indicator, and the Turn and Slip Cordinator
What are the four gates? North - Fine Lake East - Casino/truck Stop South - Square Greenhouses West - Galesburg Intersection
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