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CHAPTER FIVE
AVIATION WEATHER
14.
What happens to stall speed when ice forms on the wings of an aircraft?
a.
It will increase.
b.
It will decrease.
c.
It will remain the same.
d.
All of the above.
15.  Engine failure due to icing conditions encountered by a jet aircraft is generally the result
of___________________.
a.
carburetor icing
b.
a rapid drop in exhaust gas temperature
c.
a decrease in the fuel-air ratio
d.
induction icing
16.  Ice in the pitot tube or static ports could affect instruments, depending on the type of
aircraft and its system hookup.
a.
True
b.
False
17.  Which one of the following would be correct if an aircraft attempted to takeoff without
removing frost formed during the night?
a.
Increase in the stall speed
b.
Lift and drag/ratios will be affected
c.
Extensive weight increase
d.
All of the above are correct
e.
Only a and b are correct
18.  Which one of the following types of clouds would you most likely fly through if
encountering clear icing?
a.
b.
c.
d.
Both b and c are correct
19.  Which one of the following states a correct evasive tactic used when wet snow or freezing
rain is encountered?
a.
Climb or descend to colder air in either case.
b.
Climb or descend to warmer air in either case.
c.
Climb to colder air with wet snow and climb to warmer air with freezing rain.
d.
Climb to warmer air with wet snow and climb to colder air with freezing rain.
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Weather Hazards of Turbulence, Icing, Ceilings, Visibility, and Ash Clouds


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