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    djega
    PNC débutant 100h

    Nombre de messages : 288
    Date d'inscription : 24/12/2008

    QCM pour pilote

    Message par djega le Lun 02 Mar 2009, 00:19


    Question 1 : You are on final approach runway 18 whose magnetic heading 183.The correct OBS setting should be Question 2 : What is the maximum bank angle for passenger flight operation ? Question 3 : What is the frequency of Algiers Approach? Question 4 : When you are in VMC, means that your are Question 5 : The primary aviation hazards from thunderstorms are not from the lightening, but from icing and turbulence. Question 6 : When an altimeter is changed from 1015Hp to 1013Hp,in which direction will the indicated altitude change Question 7 : IAP refers to Question 8 : What is the meaning of FAF ? Question 9 : V1 refers to Question 10 : How many Airspaces there are? Question 11 : What is the correct order for a VFR pattern ? Question 12 : As airspeed increases, the angle of attack at which an airfoil stalls also increases. Question 13 : How many conditions of flights are there Question 14 : The speed limit below FL100 unless changed by ATC is Question 15 : The glide slope typically is Question 16 : Rotation refers to Question 17 : Vx is... Question 18 : Acknowledge means... Question 19 : SID refers to Question 20 : ILS refers to
    1)
    180
    177
    183
    360

    2)
    25-30
    30-35
    35-40
    40-45

    3)
    118.70
    127.30
    121.40
    121.80

    4)
    In VFR flight
    In IFR flight
    In good conditions
    Beneath clouds

    5)
    True, lightenings are the primary hazards
    False, from lightening

    6)
    Lower
    Higher
    Neither it will remain the same
    None of the above

    7)
    Instrument Altitude Process
    Indicated Airspeed Procedure
    Indicated Approach Procedure
    Instrument Approach Procedure

    Cool
    Full Approach Flaps
    Final Airspeed Fix
    Final Approach Fix
    Final Approach Flaps

    9)
    The first VOR enroute
    The speed at which are commited the takeoff
    The velocity of the aircraft
    The navigation voice radio

    10)
    4
    5
    6
    7

    11)
    Crosswind - Downwind - Base Leg - Final - Climb Out
    Climb Out - Crosswind - Downwind - Base Leg - Final
    Climb Out - Downwind - Crosswind - Base Leg - Final
    Downwind - Crosswind - Climb Out - Base Leg - Final

    12)
    True, in all cases
    False, in any case
    13)
    1
    2
    3
    4

    14)
    230
    300
    250
    190

    15)
    a 3 degree approach
    a 4 degree approach
    a 5 degree approach
    a 6 degree approach

    16)
    The speed at which the falps can be safely retracted
    The speed at which a plane can takeoff
    The speed at which a plane reaches the speed of sound
    Reverse thrust may be applied

    17)
    The speed for best specific range
    The speed for best angle of flight path
    The speed for best angle of climb
    The speed for best rate of climb

    18)
    Check and confirm with originator
    Confirm that you have received last message
    Repeat all, or the specified part of this message, back to me exactly as received
    Let me know that you have received and understood this message

    19)
    Standard Instrument Descent
    System Instrument Departure
    Standard Instrument Departure
    System Instrument Descent

    20)
    Inertial Landig System
    Instrument Landing System
    Indicated Approach Procedure
    Indicated Lighting System
    Question 2 : What is the maximum bank angle for passenger flight operation ?Question 3 : What is the frequency of Algiers Approach?Question 4 : When you are in VMC, means that your areQuestion 5 : The primary aviation hazards from thunderstorms are not from the lightening, but from icing and turbulence.Question 6 : When an altimeter is changed from 1015Hp to 1013Hp,in which direction will the indicated altitude changeQuestion 7 : IAP refers toQuestion 8 : What is the meaning of FAF ?Question 9 : V1 refers to Question 10 : How many Airspaces there are?Question 11 : What is the correct order for a VFR pattern ?Question 12 : As airspeed increases, the angle of attack at which an airfoil stalls also increases.Question 13 : How many conditions of flights are thereQuestion 14 : The speed limit below FL100 unless changed by ATC isQuestion 15 : The glide slope typically is Question 16 : Rotation refers to Question 17 : Vx is...Question 18 : Acknowledge means...Question 19 : SID refers to Question 20 : ILS refers to
    25-30
    30-35
    35-40
    40-45
    118.70
    127.30
    121.40
    121.80
    In VFR flight
    In IFR flight
    In good conditions
    Beneath clouds
    True, lightenings are the primary hazards
    False, from lightening
    Lower
    Higher
    Neither it will remain the same
    None of the above
    Instrument Altitude Process
    Indicated Airspeed Procedure
    Indicated Approach Procedure
    Instrument Approach Procedure
    Full Approach Flaps
    Final Airspeed Fix
    Final Approach Fix
    Final Approach Flaps
    The first VOR enroute
    The speed at which are commited the takeoff
    The velocity of the aircraft
    The navigation voice radio
    4
    5
    6
    7
    Crosswind - Downwind - Base Leg - Final - Climb Out
    Climb Out - Crosswind - Downwind - Base Leg - Final
    Climb Out - Downwind - Crosswind - Base Leg - Final
    Downwind - Crosswind - Climb Out - Base Leg - Final
    True, in all cases
    False, in any case
    1
    2
    3
    4
    230
    300
    250
    190
    a 3 degree approach
    a 4 degree approach
    a 5 degree approach
    a 6 degree approach
    The speed at which the falps can be safely retracted
    The speed at which a plane can takeoff
    The speed at which a plane reaches the speed of sound
    Reverse thrust may be applied
    The speed for best specific range
    The speed for best angle of flight path
    The speed for best angle of climb
    The speed for best rate of climb
    Check and confirm with originator
    Confirm that you have received last message
    Repeat all, or the specified part of this message, back to me exactly as received
    Let me know that you have received and understood this message
    Standard Instrument Descent
    System Instrument Departure
    Standard Instrument Departure
    System Instrument Descent
    Inertial Landig System
    Instrument Landing System
    Indicated Approach Procedure
    Indicated Lighting System

    djega
    PNC débutant 100h

    Nombre de messages : 288
    Date d'inscription : 24/12/2008

    Re: QCM pour pilote

    Message par djega le Lun 02 Mar 2009, 11:04

    alors fly et king, j'attend toujours vos repensses Very Happy

    cougar
    PNC en Formation

    Nombre de messages : 117
    Date d'inscription : 09/04/2008

    Re: QCM pour pilote

    Message par cougar le Mar 03 Mar 2009, 17:52

    tres instructif comme QCM;il me rappel celui de virtual air algerie,le QCM d'admission au site et le vol en reseau Wink

    djega
    PNC débutant 100h

    Nombre de messages : 288
    Date d'inscription : 24/12/2008

    Re: QCM pour pilote

    Message par djega le Mar 03 Mar 2009, 22:32

    mais cest le meme cougar Smile

    flyme2themoon
    PNC débutant 100h

    Nombre de messages : 351
    Age : 98
    Localisation : somewhere in the sky
    Loisirs : l'aviation
    Date d'inscription : 27/08/2007

    Re: QCM pour pilote

    Message par flyme2themoon le Ven 06 Mar 2009, 00:22

    reponse:
    1- 183 2- 25 -30 - 4-VMC (Visual meterological condition ) VFR
    3- 121.4 (je crois je vol pas sur alger donc je suis pas sur )
    5- Faux lightning is the most hazardous 6 - indicate heigher
    7- Instrument Approche procedures 8 - Final Approche Fix
    9- The speed at which are commited the takeoff
    10- 7
    11-Climb Out or Up wind - Crosswind - Downwind - Base Leg - Final
    12 -Faux (Lift=CL 1/2PV²S ) speed icrease lift increase CL or angle of attack icrease lift increase to CLMax 16° where airflow separate from the surface of the wing , surface icrease lift icrease
    13- 2
    14 -250 kts
    15 - 3°
    16- Vr The speed at which a plane can takeoff
    17- Vx best rate of climb
    18- Confirm that you have received last message
    19-Standard Instrument Departure
    20- Instrument Landing system

    voila je crois que j'ai fais de mon mieux merci pour ce fort sympa QCM we want more


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    djega
    PNC débutant 100h

    Nombre de messages : 288
    Date d'inscription : 24/12/2008

    Re: QCM pour pilote

    Message par djega le Ven 06 Mar 2009, 11:48

    divers fly, divers

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