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Module 14. Propulsion
A fuel flow transmitter requires a motor or a synchronous motor to have a
•  constant voltage within small tolerances
•  constant frequency within small tolerances
•  low EMF as it is immersed in fuel

Mihir Somaia asking:
•  Can someone please explain.

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Module 14. Propulsion
An increase in fuel flow through the impeller type fuel flow transmitter is measured by
•  drum lags impeller
•  impeller lags turbine
•  decreasing angle between the two

Mihir Somaia asking:
•  Can someone please explain.

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Module 8. Basic aerodynamics
As a subsonic aircraft speeds-up, its Centre of Pressure
•  moves aft.
•  moves forward.
•  is unaffected.

mahir asking:
•  explanation please?

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Module 7. Maintenance practices
To check the structure of a wing
•  ultrasound NDT is used.
•  high voltage X-rays are used.
•  low voltage X-rays are used.

hanozd asking:
•  low voltage x rays are used

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Module 11. Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems
One lamp is connected across corresponding phases of two alternators. They will be synchronised when
•  the lamp is extinguished.
•  the lamp is either at maximum brightness or is extinguished.
•  the lamp is maximum brightness.

markino87 asking:
•  hi, someone could explain me this question? tks

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