32-02. PERFORMANCE CLASS B – SINGLE-ENGINE AEROPLANES

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1. (Refer to figure 032-02)
With regard to the takeoff performance chart for the single-engine aeroplane, determine the maximum allowed takeoff weight, given:
OAT: ISA
Pressure Altitude: 4.000 ft
Headwind Component: 15 kts
Flaps: 10°
Runway: 2.000 ft length; tarred and dry
Obstacle Height: 50 ft


2. For an aeroplane in Performance Class B the net takeoff flight path begins at a height of and ends at a height of .
3. An aircraft is scheduled for takeoff, and requires 800 m (TODR) under normal conditions at ISA seal level. The following airfield characteristics need to be taken into account: Pressure Altitude 2.000 ft, QNH 1.013 hPa, Temperature +21°C, 5 kts tailwind, 2% downslope. Adjust the TODR accordingly using the following factors:
Pressure altitude: ±20 ml 1.000 ft
Runway slope: ±15 m 11% slope
Headwind: -5m/1 kts
Tailwind: +10 m /1 kts
Temperature: +5m/1″ ISA Deviation

4. The speed Vs is defined as:
5. VREF for a Class B aircraft is defined by: