# ASCI 309 Final Exam (Part 1 and 2)

## ASCI 309 Final Exam (Part 1 and 2)

ASCI 309 Final Exam (Part 1 and 2)
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Question 1
What would be the length of the takeoff run (ft)?
GIVEN INFORMATION:
Use "g" = 32.2 ft / s2
1 knot = 1.69 ft / s
Gross Weight = 20,000 pounds
Average Drag = 1,500 pounds
Average Friction Force = 500 pounds
Average Thrust = 10,000 pounds
Lift Off Speed = 130 KTAS

655 feet

1870 feet

1644 feet

3650 feet

Question 2
According to the universal gas law,

temperature changes do not affect density or pressure.

pressure is proportional to changes in temperature but not density.

density is always constant with either temperature or pressure changes.

density in proportional to pressure changes and inversely proportional to temperature changes.

Question 3
Find Temperature Ratio at Cruising Altitude.

Barometric Altimeter setting = 30.42 in.Hg
Cruising Indicated Altitude = 20,500 ft
Outside Air Temperature at Cruising altitude = - 22.32 deg F
Atmosphere Table 2.1

0.8433

0.8625

0.9807

0.9287

Question 4
Find True Airspeed (KTAS).

Pressure Altitude = 20,000 ft
Outside Air Temperature at Altitude = -22.32 deg F
Indicated Airspeed = 225 KIAS
Atmosphere Table 2.1
Compressibility Correction Figure 2.6
Position error correction chart provided:

401 KTAS

219 KTAS

297 KTAS

225 KTAS

Question 5
Find Mach Number.

Pressure Altitude = 20,000 ft
Outside Air Temperature at Altitude = -22.32 deg F
Indicated Airspeed = 225 KIAS
Atmosphere Table 2.1
Compressibility Correction Figure 2.6
Position error correction chart provided

0.53 M

0.82 M

0.61 M

0.49 M

Question 6
Calibrated airspeed is indicated airspeed corrected for:

Compressibility.

Position error.

Instrument error.

Both B & C above.

Question 7
A very low Reynolds number (