32-03. PERFORMANCE CLASS B – MULTI-ENGINE AEROPLANES
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Still-air gradient of climb: 3,8%
TAS: 100 kts
GS: 130 kts
The wind effective climb gradient is:
2. The pilot of a light twin engine aircraft has calculated a 4.000 m service ceiling, based on the forecast general conditions for the flight and a Takeoff Mass of 3.250 kg. If the Takeoff Mass is 3.000 kg, the service ceiling will be:
3. If the CG moves aft from the most forward position:
4. When comparing Vx to VY:
5. What is the effect of increased mass on the maximum rate of climb speed (all other factors considered unchanged)?