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What is the climb gradient for one engine inoperative?
OAT-2°C
Weight 12,000 lbs
6000 feet
Icing conditions
What is the total fuel flow at 21,000 feet?
Normal Cruise Power.
1700 RPM
ISA conditions
You are approaching your destination. You just receive information from ATC that you can expect to hold at 5000 feet for a while due to traffic. It is icing conditions.
You have calculated that you can use 800 lbs for holding. What is the maximum time you can remain in the holding?
You are about to cross an area with mountains, the MEA (minimum route altitude) is 22,000 feet. In the event of an engine failure, would you be able to stay at or above the MEA?
Weight is 12,000 lbs and the forecasted temperature at 22,000 feet is -25°C.
What is the total take-off distance with flaps UP?
Field elevation: 3000 ft
OAT: +20°C
Take-off weight 12,000 lbs
Wind: 15 kts headwind
What is the range, using this graph and conditions?
Cruising altitude 25,000 feet pressure altitude
Fuel: Main fuel tanks full only.
You are taking off from an airfield at 6000 feet, your cruising altitude is 26,000 feet.
Takeoff weight: 12,500 lbs
OAT at 6000 ft: +20°C
OAT at 26,000ft: -20°C
How much fuel will you use for the climb?
What is the total landing distance?
Landing weight: 10,500 lbs
Field elevation: Sea Level
OAT: 0°C
Runway 25L
Wind 030/10