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The centre of gravity is usually (a)________ of the centre of pressure. This leads to a pitch (b)_______ moment which is counteracted by the (c)_______ force from the tail.
A windmilling propeller:
A typical light aircraft propeller creates (a)_______ pressure behind the propeller blade and (b)_______ pressure in front of the propeller blade. This results in (c)______ which can accelerate the aircraft forwards and (d)________ which must be overcome to keep the propeller rotating.
The propeller tips:
Why are propeller blades twisted?
Considering a propeller that rotates clockwise from the pilot’s view inside the cockpit, which of the following is true?
Consider an aircraft with a clockwise rotating propeller when viewed from inside the cockpit. When the aircraft is at an increased angle to the relative airflow:
In order to remain airborne for the longest possible time, the pilot should:
An aircraft is said to be in equilibrium when: