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Thrust Weight Ratio - Aircraft Design MCQ Questions

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Question 1

Thrust-to-weight ratio is a dimensionless ratio of thrust to weight of a?

A. rocket
B. jet engine
C. propeller
D. All of the above

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Question 2

SI units of thrust-to-weight ratio?

A. watt
B. newtons
C. joule
D. kg

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Question 3

In below Propeller-driven aircraft formula, hp is?

A. propulsive efficiency
B. true airspeed
C. shaft horsepower
D. constant

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Question 4

A plane can take off even if the thrust is less than its weight?

A. Yes
B. No
C. Can be yes or no
D. Can not say

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Question 5

Higher value of thrust loading indicates ____

A. lowest maximum speed
B. lowest climb
C. lowest acceleration
D. higher maximum speed

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Question 6

The thrust can also be measured in ?

A. lbd
B. lbG
C. lbf
D. Qbf

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Question 7

Power loading of prop driven aircraft is ______

A. same as lift of propeller
B. greater or equal to one
C. always be zero
D. equal to drag always

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Question 8

Thrust loading is defined as ____________

A. ratio of lift to thrust
B. ratio of drag to thrust
C. ratio of lift to weight
D. ratio of thrust produced by an engine to the weight of the aircraft

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Question 9

In cruising flight, the thrust-to-weight ratio of an aircraft is the inverse of the lift-to-drag ratio.

A. TRUE
B. FALSE
C. Can be true or false
D. Can not say

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Question 10

What is thrust matching?

A. Comparison of the engine’s available thrust at cruise to the estimated weight of aircraft
B. Comparison of the engine’s available lift at cruise to the estimated drag of aircraft
C. Comparison of the engine’s available thrust at cruise to the estimated drag of aircraft
D. Comparison of the engine’s available power at cruise to the estimated drag of aircraft

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