New PDF release: Ace the Technical Pilot Interview

By Gary Bristow

ISBN-10: 0071396098

ISBN-13: 9780071396097

* A finished learn consultant supplying pilots the solutions they should excel on their technical interview
* gains approximately a thousand capability questions (and solutions) which may be requested throughout the technical interview for pilot positions
* large scope--ranges from gentle airplane via heavy jet operations
* Culled from interviewing practices of best airways around the world
* comprises interviewing assistance and strategies

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Also, if the elevator is required for balance trim, less elevator is available for pitch control, and therefore, the maneuverability of the aircraft to rotate at takeoff or to flare on landing is reduced. d. In-flight minimum speeds are also restricted due to the lack of elevator available to obtain the necessary high angles of attack required at low speeds. Generally, the aircraft is heavy and less responsive to handle in flight and requires larger and heavier control forces for takeoff and landing.

A decrease in speed leads to a decrease in drag, thus causing a return to the original speed. Aerodynamics 23 Speed is said to be unstable if after it has been disturbed from its trimmed state the speed divergence continues, resulting in a negative speed stability. For example: 1. A decrease in speed leads to an increase in drag, which causes a further decrease in speed, thus causing a negative speed divergence. 2. An increase in speed leads to a decrease in drag, which causes a further increase in speed, thus causing a positive speed divergence.

The straight-winged aircraft experiences sonic disturbed airflow, resulting in a loss of lift at relatively low speeds. Therefore, a different wing design was required for the aircraft to be able achieve higher cruise speeds. The swept-wing design delays the airflow over the wing from going supersonic and, as such, allows the aircraft to maximize the jet engine's potential for higher Mach cruise speeds. Additionally, the swept wing is also designed with a minimal chamber and thickness, thereby reducing profile drag, which further increases the wing's ability for higher speeds.

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