21-10. (H) Piston Engines
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1. The maximum power output of an altitude boosted supercharged engine is slightly less than a normally aspirated engine of the same power rating at sea level ISA because:
2. To adjust the mixture ratio of a piston engine when altitude increases, means to:
3. The power of a piston engine which will be measured by using a friction brake is:
4. The type of oil most commonly used in piston engines is:
5. To maintain the correct air/fuel ratio of a piston engine, independent of power setting, a carburettor is fitted with: