Assignment sheet "G"

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STUDENT GUIDE
7.16.7. Assignment sheet "G"
7.16.7.1. Compound wind problems.
1. On a low-level flight two minutes prior to your next turn point, your inbound course is
210° and temperature is 27°. You calculated the wind to be from your 10 clock and 20 knots.
The outbound course is 270°. The proper heading and airspeed for the two minute prior call is
° and
Knots.
2. On a low-level route you fly over a highway bridge at time 14 + 32. Preflight planning
indicated the bridge would be at 9 o'clock, 1 NM at time 14 + 18. If TAS is 300 knots and
knots.
and setting a speed of
3. Low-level route wind analysis indicates winds to be from 8 o'clock at 15 kts
(compensations wereleft crab and base airspeed minus 5 kts tailwind). At your last
intermediate check point you were on course and 4 seconds fast. At your next intermediate
checkpoint you fix yourself 1/2 NM left of course and 9 seconds fast. Assuming 5 minutes
between intermediate checkpoints. What is the new wind in clock code and knots?
4. On a low-level route you fix your position 1-NM left of a fire tower at time 15 + 12.
You've preflighted the tower to be 1 NM left course at time 15 + 06. Your last turn point at time
11 + 18, you were on course and on time. Your base course is 175° and base. Airspeed is 295
KIAS. What are your compensations and correction?
5. You mark yourself ½ NM left abeam a turn point 6 seconds fast. After turning right 90°
where are you in terms of course and time?
6. Low-level route wind analysis indicates winds to be from 2 o'clock at 20 kts
(compensations wereright crab base airspeed plus 10 kts headwind). At the last fix, the
aircraft was 1/2 NM right of course and 2 seconds slow. At the next intermediate checkpoint, the
aircraft is 1 NM left of course 6 seconds fast. Assuming 7 minutes between intermediate
checkpoints, what is the new wind in clock-code and knots?
7. On a low-level flight, two minutes prior to your next turn point your inbound course is
035° and temperature is 27°. You calculated the wind to be from your 1 o'clock and 15 knots.
Outbound course is 275°. The proper heading and airspeed for the two minute prior call is
° and
knots.
8. On a low-level route you fly over a microwave tower at time 7 + 48. Preflight planning
indicated the tower should be at 3 o'clock, 1 NM at time 7 + 30. If TAS is 290 knots and
compensated heading is 243° you should initiate the correction by turning to a heading of
°
and setting a speed of
Knots.
9. Current compensations areleft crab and airspeed plus 10 kts headwind. At your last
intermediate checkpoint you were on course and 6 seconds slow. At your next intermediate
check point you fix yourself 1 NM left of course and 11 seconds slow. With 4 minutes between
intermediate checkpoints, what is the new wind in clock code and knots?
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