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Price/hour
$180
Horsepower
180X 2
Equipment:
Garmin 530
Empty Weight/Moment
2543.5/218126.6
TAS
146
Useful Load
1256.5
Payload
596.5
Range
w/45 min reserve: 655 NM @ 3000 ft with 75% power
Total Fuel
110 gal
Usuable Fuel:
108 gal
What causes most of the roll when one engine goes out?
Asymmetric lift-the wing with the failed engine produces less lift
What causes the yaw with an engine out?
Asymmetric thrust, coupled with the increased drag of the dead engine's windmilling prop
when flying on one engine might be negative, _____gives you the best performance the aircraft can muster.
VYSE
All airplanes rotate around their
CG
When the CG is at its limit, the rudder's lever arm is _____, and the ____ it creates is reduced.
aft
short
turning moment
airplane's zero-thrust setting
For example, you may find that an engine throttled back to 10 inches of manifold pressure reduces windmilling drag essentially to zero, the same as a feathered prop. You'll use this zero-thrust power setting in subsequent training to simulate a feathered prop.