KRiS 4 Welcome to your KRiS 4 Departing E38 (Alpine, TX), what are your lowest Take-off minimums per FAR 135 and can we depart? Conditions: E38 23011KT 3SM BKN016 40/32 A2995 Aircraft T/O Weight = 8300 lbs A. 1SM - Yes we can depart B. Conditions are good for a VFR Departure C. 1800 ft and 2 1/2SM visibility - Yes we can depart D. Cannot depart, conditions exceed aircraft performance requirementsHow much weight do you need to move from Zone 2 to Zone 6 to bring the CG within limits? Conditions: BEW 4794 lbs / Moment 859.1 / Crew 200 lbs/ Fuel 1200 lbs/ Zone 1 - 415 lbs / Zone 2 - 860 lbs A. 237 lbs B. 240 lbs C. 220 lbs D. 257 lbsTRUE or FALSE: During ground operations, pushing the power lever up faster than the engine can respond will cause internal damage. TRUE FALSEOf all the air entering the compressor, approximately how much air is used for combustion and how much air is used for cooling? A. 25% Combustion 65% Cooling B. 65% Combustion 25% Cooling C. 85% Combustion 15% Cooling D. 40% Combustion 60% CoolingThe Secondary Air System provides air pressure for: A. De- Ice Boot System B. Cooling of hot section parts, sealing of bearing compartments, operation of the Bleed Valves and operation of the FCU C. Power control D. Compressor Inter-stage P2.5 Bleed air, cabin heating and vacuum systemHow many Servo tabs are on the C208, where are they located and what is their function? A. 4 located on ailerons and elevator. Used for control balancing to prevent flutter B. 2 located on the elevator only. Used for control trim and aerodynamic balancing C. 2 located on the ailerons only. Assists the movement of the aileron control during higher airspeed D. 1 located on the right aileron only. Used for control trim and aerodynamic balancingThe Ignition Switch is used for: (Check all that apply) A. To Start the engine B. In Icing conditions during flight prior to opening the Inertial Separator to Bypass C. In Heavy precipitation during flight after opening the Inertial Separator to Bypass D. During take-off on water or snow/slush covered runways E. Fuel low or Reservoir low condition F. To re-light the engine following an accidental engine shut down after exiting the runwayWhich of these statements are true: (Check all that apply) To preserve Brakes and tire life... A. you should land the aircraft at a slow speed and use BETA range on the propeller to slow the aircraft then apply light braking B. is of no concern. These parts are cheap and its more important to get the job done as fast as possible C. while taxiing to help slow the aircraft, you should use BETA on the propeller up to the point where Ng increases (against beta range spring) D. is of low importance. Using the propeller BETA Range can damage the prop so its cheaper to use brakes and avoid using BETA as much as possibleWhat practical test should be made on the electric gyro instruments prior to starting the engine? A. Check that the electrical connections are secure on the back of the instruments B. Check that the attitude of the miniature aircraft is wings level before turning on electrical power C. Turn on the electrical power and listen for any unusual or irregular mechanical noiseDuring a skidding turn to the right, what is the relationship between the component of lift, centrifugal force, and load factor? A. Centrifugal force is less than horizontal lift and the load factor is increased B. Centrifugal force is greater than horizontal lift and the load factor is increased C. Centrifugal force and horizontal lift are equal and the load factor is decreasedHow do you identify a P3 Pneumatic failure of the Fuel Control Unit: (Check all that apply) A. ITT will stabilize at a typical idle range of 500 - 600 C B. Ng of 48% or above C. The Fuel Control Unit governs fuel flow to the fuel manifold and has nothing to do with P3 air D. Power lever is unresponsiveWhich of these statements are true: (Check all that apply) To preserve Brakes and tire life... A. you should land the aircraft at a slow speed and use BETA range on the propeller to slow the aircraft then apply light braking B. is of no concern. These parts are cheap and its more important to get the job done as fast as possible C. while taxiing to help slow the aircraft, you should use BETA on the propeller up to the point where Ng increases (against beta range spring) D. is of low importance. Using the propeller BETA Range can damage the prop so its cheaper to use brakes and avoid using BETA as much as possibleWhat is the correct Flight Plan equipment coding for Martinaire C208B N1120W with the following equipment: VOR/ILS, DME, ADSB Transponder and KLN89B GPS - Flying IFR? (item 10, 10b and item 18) A. Equipment: G/ S Other: CODE/A0360E REG/N1120W B. Equipment: SDG/ S Other: CODE/A0360E REG/N1120W C. Equipment: SDGRZ/ EB2 Other: SUR/260B CODE/A0360E REG/N1120W PBN/B2C2 NAV/RNVE2 D. Equipment: SDGRZ/ EB2 Other: SUR/260B CODE/A59608 REG/N1120W PBN/B2C2D2 NAV/SBAS Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.