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AVS 2120

Aviation Meteorology 2120

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1. The aerodynamic force that is most affected by structural ice? Drag
2. One very large, single cell thunderstorm that typically produces a tornado? Super cell
3. Type of aircraft operations that experiences the highest percentage of turbulent accidents? Part 121
4. One of the three places where SLD are common? . Cumulus Clouds . Cloud Top . Where the melting layer is
5. The type of aircraft operations that expedience the highest percentage of accidents resulting from low ceiling and visibility? Part 135
6. The type of hydrometer that reflects the least radar? Snow
7. The type of solution used to anit-ice aircraft Type 2 or type 4
8. Direction winds blow in a low pressure system? Counter Clockwise
9. Type of Ice most common in Cumulus clouds? Glaze
10. The type of ice that produces runback? Glaze
11. The type of satellite image that best shows shadows? Visible
12. The location where areas of mist are more frequent, and have high humidities? Large bodies of water
13. The intensity of turbulence that may cause structural damage? Extreme
14. The distance by which sever storms should be avoided? 20 Miles
15. The first step in the model of Flight Crew Actions for convective wind shear? Evaluate the weather
16. The time of year that produces a deep layer of convective turbulence? Summer
17. The hight of a cumulus cloud base if the surface temp and dew point were 25˚C and 10˚C ? 6,000ft
18. A recorded broadcast of hazardous in-flight weather? HIWAS
19. The time of day for peak thunderstorm activity in North Dakota? 10pm - 2am
20. The radar indication of strong straight line winds? Bow-echo
21. An inflight advisory that provides a forecast of non convective weather that is hazardous to all airplanes? SIGMET
22. The local agency responsible for providing regional forecasting including TAF's? WFO
23. The contraction used in a METAR used to indicate a station can discriminate precipitation? AO2
24. Hight of the 700mb surface? 10,000ft
25. The reason for the coexistence of updraft and downdraft in steady state storms? Shear
26. The object that would reflect the most sunlight on a visible satellite image? Cumulonimbus
27. One of the two locations where high altitude CAT is common? Tropopause
28. A state with one of the highest frequencies of fog? Oregon
29. Type of fog that forms as the air cools to saturation due to contact with a cold surface? Radiational Fog
30. The type of mountain wave the produces a long train of ACSL? Trapped Mountain Wave
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