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## Pressure Instruments [21 (10)

Question 89 (in database)
An altimeter:
a) contains a barometric capsule, connected to a total pressure source, that contracts during a
descent.

b) contains a

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Question 296 (in database)
To calculate Rectified Air Speed (or Calibrated Air Speed) from Indicated Air Speed, account
must be taken of:

b) position error.

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c) temperature error.
d) instrument and position error.
Question 90 (in database)
In icing conditions, if a static vent became blocked during level flight and the aircraft
subsequently climbed, the readings on the Altimeter, the VSI and the ASI would:

VSI

Altimeter

a) remain unchanged

remain unchanged

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## Question 88 (in database)

If an unpressurised aircraft has an alternate static source within the cockpit, the alternate static
pressure:

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b) will be higher

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d) will be lower than the outside static source.

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## Question 84 (in database)

When an aircraft is in flight, the pressure sensed by the forward facing hole in the pitot tube is:
a) static pressure only.
b) total pressu~ dynamic pressure.

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d) dynamic pressure only.
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## Question 86 (in databasE!)

If, during descent, the static sources to the airspeed indicator and altimeter become blocked by
ice:

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Question 91 (in database)
If the power suppl~' to the pitot heater failed during flight in icing conditions and the aircraft
subsequently descended, the readings on the Altimeter, the VSI and the ASI would, if ice had
blocked the pitot (Total Pressure) tube:
Altimeter

VSI

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ASI

## Question 85 (in database)

The principle of operation of the Vertical Speed Indicator (VSI) is that it:
a) compares static pressure in a capsule, sensed through a direct static vent, with that in the
instrument's case, sensed though a metered vent. The VSI is, thus, able to detect the rate of
change of static pressure with height.

b) compares total e~ ure from the pitot tube with static pressure from the static vents. The VSI
is calibrated to show e differe cabetween the two as a vertical speed in feet per minute.

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c) compares dynamic pressure{froJ
VSI is calibrated to show the difference betweenthe two as a vertical speed in feet per minute
or metres per second.
d) senses total pressure only, from the pitot tube, and converts the change in total pressure with
height into a rate of climb or descent, measured either in feet per minute or metres per second.

## Question 87 (in database)

Ignoring any Instrument or Position Errors, in what conditions will the Air Speed Indicator
indicate the True Airspeed of an aircraft?
a) In ISA, sea-Ieyel conditions only.
b)At any altitu~ perature.
c) At any altitude, ,.

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## Question 83 (in database)

If, while an aircraft is descending, the static vent leading to the Vertical Spesd Indicator becomes
blocked, the indicator will: