av115 week one

  1. when operating an aircraft at cabin pressure altitudes above 12500 feet MSL up to and including 14000 feet MSL, supplemental oxygen shall be used during ______
    That flight time in excess of 30 minutes at those altitudes
  2. unless each occupant is provided with supplemental oxygen, no person may operate a civil aircraft of U.S. registry above a maximum cabin pressure altitude of_____
    15,000 feet MSL
  3. large accumulations of carbon monoxide in the human body results in _____
    loss of muscular power
  4. define hypoxia
    a stat of oxygen deficiency in the body
  5. when a stressful situation is encountered in flight, an abnormal increase in the volume of air breathed in and out can cause a condition known as ______
    hyperventilation
  6. which would most likely result in hyperventilation _____
    emotional tension, anxiety, or fear
  7. a pilot experiencing the effects of hyperventilation should be able to restore the proper carbon dioxide level in the body by _____
    slowing the breathing rate, breathing into a paper bag, or talking aloud
  8. susceptibility to carbon monoxide poisoning increases as _____
    altitude increases
  9. the danger of spatial disorientation during flight in poor visual conditions may be reduced by _____
    having faith in the instruments rather than taking a chance on the sensory organs
  10. a lack of orientation with regard to the position, attitude, or movement of the aircraft in space is defined as _____
    spatial disorientation
  11. pilots are more subject to spacial disorientation if _____
    visual cues are taken away, as they are in instrument meteorological conditions (IMC)
  12. if a pilot experiences spatial disorientation during flight in a restricted visibility condition, the best way to overcome the effect is to ______
    rely upon the aircraft instrument indications
  13. what is often called when a pilot pushes his or her capabilities and the aircrafts limits by trying to maintain visual contact with the terrain in low visibility and ceiling?
    scud running
  14. what antidotal phrase can help reverse the hazardous attitude of antiauthority
    follow the rules
  15. what antidotal phrase can help revers the hazardous attitude of impulsivity
    not so fast, think first
  16. hazardous attitudes occur to every pilot to some degree at some time. what are some of these hazardous attitudes
    anti authority, impulsivity, macho, resignation, and invulnerability
  17. in the aeronautical decision making process (ADM) what is the first step to neutralizing a hazardous attitude
    recognizing the hazardous thoughts
  18. risk management as part of the aeronautical decision making process (ADM) relies on which features to reduce the risks associated with each flight
    Situational awareness, problem recognition, and good judgement
  19. what antidotal phrase can help revers the hazardous attitude of invulnerability
    it could happen to me
  20. what antidotal phrase can help reverse the hazardous attitude of macho
    taking chances is foolish
  21. what antidotal phrase can help reverse the hazardous attitude of resignation
    i am not helpless
  22. who is responsible for determining whether a pilot is fit to fly for a particular flight, even though he or she holds a current medical certificate
    the pilot
  23. what is one common factor which affects most preventable accidents
    human error
  24. what often leads to spatial disorientation or collision with ground/ obstacles when flying under VFR
    continual flight into instrument conditions
  25. what is on elf the neglected items when a pilot relies on show and long term memory for repetitive tasks
    checklists
  26. a pilot and two passengers landed on a 2100 foot east-west gravel strip with an elevation of 1800 feet. the temp is warmer than expected and after computing the density altitude it is determined the takeoff distance over a 50 foot obsitcal is 1980 feed. the airplane is 75 lbs under gross weight. what would be the best choice?
    wait until the temperature decreases, and recalculate the takeoff performance
  27. which instrument will become inoperative if the pilot tube becomes clogged
    airspeed
  28. which instrument(s) will become inoperative if the static vents become clogged
    airspeed, altimeter, and vertical speed
  29. if the pilot tube and outside static vents become clogged which instruments would be affected
    the altimeter, airspeed indicator, and vertical speed indicator
  30. the pilot system provides impact pressure for which instrument
    airspeed indicator
  31. which V-speed represents maneuvering speed
    VA (the design maneuvering speed)
  32. what does the red line on an airspeed indicator represent
    Never-exceed speed
  33. which color identifies the never-exceed speed
    the red radial line
  34. if an altimeter setting is not available before flight to which altitude should the pilot adjust the altimeter
    the elevation of the departure area
  35. prior to takeoff, the altimeter should be set to which altitude of altimeter setting
    the current local altimeter setting, if available, or the departure airport elevation
  36. at what altitude shall the altimeter be set to 29.92, when climbing to cruising level
    18,000 MSL
  37. altimeter setting is the value to which the barometric pressure scale of the altimeter is set so the altimeter indicates ______
    true altitude at field elevation
  38. how do variations in temperature affect the altimeter
    pressure levels are raised on warm days and the indicated altitude is lower than true altitude
  39. what is true altitude
    the vertical distance of the aircraft above sea level
  40. under what condition will true altitude be lower than indicated altitude
    in colder than standard air temperature
  41. what is absolute altitude
    the vertical distance of the aircraft above the surface
  42. what is density altitude
    the pressure altitude corrected for nonstandard temperature
  43. what is pressure altitude
    the altitude indicated when the barometric pressure scale is set to 29.92
  44. under what condition is indicated altitude the same as true altitude
    when at sea level under standard conditions
  45. if it is necessary to set the altimeter from 29.15 to 29.85, what change occurs
    700 foot increase in indicated altitude
  46. under which condition will pressure altitude be equal to true altitude
    when standard atmospheric conditions exist
  47. under what condition is pressure altitude and density altitude the same value
    at standard temperature
  48. if a flight is made from an area of low pressure into an area of high pressure without the altimeter setting being adjusted, the altimeter will indicate ______
    lower than the actual altitude above sea level
  49. if a flight is made from an area of high pressure into an area of lower pressure without the altimeter setting being adjusted, the altimeter will indicate
    higher than the actual altitude above sea level
  50. which condition would cause the altimeter to indicate a lower altitude than true altitude
    air temperature warmer than standard
  51. if a pilot changes the altimeter setting from 30.11 to 29.96, what is the approximate change in indication
    the altimeter will indicate 150 feet lower
  52. deviation in a magnetic compas is cause by the _____
    magnetic fields within the aircraft distorting the lines of magnetic force
  53. the angular difference between true north and magnetic north is ______
    magnetic variation
  54. deviation error of the magnetic compass is caused by____
    certain metals and electrical systems within the aircraft
  55. in the norther hemisphere, a magnetic compass will normally indicate a turn toward the north if _____
    an aircraft is accelerated whine on an east or west heading
  56. in the norther hemisphere, the magnetic compass will normally indicate a turn toward the south when_____
    the aircraft is decelerated whine on a west heading
  57. what should be the indication on the magnetic compass as you roll into a standard rate turn to the right from a south heading in the norther hemisphere
    the compass will indicate a turn to the right, but at a faster rate than is actually occurring
  58. in the northern hemisphere, if an aircraft is accelerated or decelerated, the magnetic compass will normally indicate _____
    correctly when on a north or south heading
  59. in the norther hemisphere, a magnetic compass will normally indicate initially a turn toward the west if______
    a right turn is entered from a north heading
  60. in the norther hemisphere, a magnetic compass will normally indicate a turn toward the east if ____
    a left turn is entered from a north heading
  61. during flight, when are the indications of a magnetic compass accurate
    only in straight and level unaccelerated flight
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340976
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av115 week one
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week one av115
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