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1.

The angle between the rotor disc and horizontal is called


1. Rotor disc incidence
2. Rotor disc attitude
3. Angle of horizon
4. AOTA

2. A system of rotating aerofoils


1. Aircraft
2. Helicopter
3. Rotor
4. AOTA

3. When a collective pitch change, all the rotor blades change their
1. Position together
2. Pitch together
3. Pitch separately
4. Position separately

4. For a helicopter to hover, the lift and thrust produced by the rotor system must be equal to
1. Weight of the rotor
2. Weight of Helicopter
3. Weight and drag(Which acts straights down)
4. AOTA

5. An important consequence of producing thrust is


1. Lift
2. Torque
3. Both 1 & 2
4. NOTA

6. The rotations of the rotor system creates,


1. Gravitational force
2. Rotational force
3. Centrifugal force
4. AOTA

7. Movement about the longitudinal axis (roll) in a helicopter is effected by movement of the
1. collective pitch control. 2. cyclic pitch control. 3. tail rotor pitch control.
4. None

8. As the angle of attack of an airfoil increases, the center of pressure will


1. move toward the trailing edge.
2. remain stationary because both lift and drag components increase proportionally to increased angle of attack.
3. move toward the leading edge
4. none

9. Which statement is correct concerning torque effect on helicopters?


1. Torque direction is the same as rotor blade rotation.
2. As horsepower decreases, torque increases.
3. Torque direction is the opposite of rotor blade rotation.
4. none

10.One purpose of the freewheeling unit required between the engine and the helicopter transmission
is to
1. automatically disengage the rotor from the engine in case of an engine failure.
2. disconnect the rotor from the engine to relieve the starter loa4.
3. permit practice of autorotation landings.
4. none

11. Vibrations in helicopters are usually classified into three main groups-
1.low frequency 2.medium frequency 3.high frequency 4.ATA

12. Vibrations in helicopters are usually classified into______main groups.


1.two 2.four 3.three 4.five

13. Low frequency vibration is at a rate of_________RPM.


1.100 to 200 2.0to 500 3.500 to 1000 4.none

14. ____vibration is probably the most common and the easiest to detect.
1.1:2 2.2:2 3.1:3 4.1:1

15. which vibration is normally associated with track?


1.vertical vibration 2.lateral vibration 3.both

16. The medium frequency vibrations are in the area of_________CPM.


1.100 to 200 2.500 to2000 3.500 to 1000 4.none

17.The high frequency vibrations are in the range of_____CPM and above.
1.1000 2.3000 3.2000 4.500

18. The three generals areas of high frequency vibration are:-


1.the tail rotor 2.engine 3.drive train system 4.ata

19. What type of vibration occurs in tail rotor ?


1. High frequency 2. Low frequency 3.Medium frequency 4. None

20.The Rotor blades are made up of


1. Metal
2. Wood
3. Carbon fiber and Glass Reinforced plastic
4. AOTA

21. If a single rotor helicopter is in forward horizontal flight, the angle of attack of the advancing blade is
1. more than the retreating blade.
2. equal to the retreating blade.
3. less than the retreating blade.
4. none

22. In a hovering helicopter equipped with a tail rotor, directional control is maintained by
1. changing the tail rotor RPM.
2. tilting the main rotor disk in the desired direction.
3. varying the pitch of the tail rotor blades.
4. none

23. A helicopter in forward flight, cruise configuration, changes direction by


1. varying the pitch of the main rotor blades.
2. changing rotor RPM.
3. tilting the main rotor disk in the desired direction.
4. none
24. Which of rotor head requires less lubrication
1. Dry rotor head 2. Wet rotor head 3. Both 4. None

25. Rotor system in which counter rotating rotors are mounted back to back , known as
1. Tandem rotor system
2. co-axial
3. Notar

26. Pair of rotors turning in opposite directions, but mounted on a mast, with the same axis of rotation, one above the
other , is called
1. Tandem rotor system
2. co-axial
3. Notar

27. Set of two rotors turning in opposite directions, with each rotor mast mounted on the helicopter with a slight
angle ,is known as
1. Tandem rotor system
2. co-axial
3. Notar
4. Intermeshing /synchropter

28. Rotor craft in which low pressure high volume ambient air is used to achive directional control instead of tail
rotor is known as
1. NOTAR
2. Fenstron
3. Tail fan
4. None

29. Fan-in –Tail design is also known as


1. NOTAR
2. Fenstron
3. Tail fan
4. None

30. Which of the rotor system is mainly affected by ground resonance ?


1. Fully articulated
2. Semi rigid
3. Rigid
4. None

31. The corrective actions to stop ground resonance are


1. close the throttle immediately and fully lower the collective to place the blades in low pitch if RPM is low
2. fly the helicopter off the ground, If the rpm is in the normal operating range
3. No need to operate any controls
4. Both 1 & 2

32. In a rotor head which one of the following retains the blades ?
1. yoke 2. Grip 3. Drag brace 4. None

33. Why a counter weight is used in the rotor head


1. to aid in moving rudder pedal 2. Aid in moving the collective 3. Aid in moving rotor
brakes 4.None

34. A device attached to the drag hinge to restrain the fore and aft movement of the rotor blade ?
1. Drag dampers 2. Counter weights 3. Drag hinge 4. Grip
35. Which one of the following is used to act as a mass balance in wooden rotor blade ?
1. Steel cap 2. Steel Core 3. Metal plates 4. None

36. Blade alignment is sometimes refered as


1. Chord wise balance 2. Span wise balance 3. MAC balance 4. None

37. Blade alignment is necessary on


1. Semi rigid rotor 2. Rigid rotor 3. Fully articulated 4. NOne

38. Mark the correct statement regarding blade alignment?


1. Cp pin is always outboard of CG pin
2. Cg pin is always outboard of Cp pin
3. Cp & CG pin checking is not required
4. None

39. Which one is to be done first , where the head and blades are balanced as a unit ?
1. Chord wise balancing 2. Span wise balance 3. Both at a time 4. NONE

40. How a spanwise balance in rotor blades is achieved ?


1. weight is placed in tip pockets 2. Weight is placed in the hollow blade retaining bolt
3. None 4. Both

41. In wooden rotor blades two thirds of outboard portion of the leading edge is fitted with a stainless steel cap to
1. Protect from abrasion
2. Balance the blade
3. provide a means for attachment
4. None

42. Procedure used to check all blades are travelling within the same tip path plane
1. Track 2. Alignment 3. Balance 4. None

43. Stick metnod


1. Rubber wick of 2 -4” is used
2. For ground use
3. Wick portion is coated with Prussian blue.
4. AOTA

44. Which two methods of track check is for ground use only ?
1. Stick method & Pretrack method
2. Stick method & Flag method
3. Flag method & light reflector method
4. None

45. In flag method


1. Rubber wick of 2 -4” is used
2. For ground use
3. As in 1 & 2 ,Wick portion is coated with Prussian blue.
4. As in 2 & masking tape on the outer edge of flag is coated with Prussian blue.

46. In which track check method a hand spot light is used ?


1. Stick method
2. Flag method
3. light reflector method
4. None
47. Trim tabs are
1. Fixed to the blades
2. Bent to change the AOA of the blade
3. if bent up , blade goes up
4. AOTA

48. The mast is


1.The attachment point of main rotor
2. It absorbs the load received from weight of helicopter
3. It absorbs the loads received from engine torque
4. AOTA

49. MTCS
1. Masts are Cd plated to prevent corrosion
2. Masts absorbs the load received from engine torque
3. Both 1 & 2
4. None

50. What happens to stabilizer bar if rotor is disturbed by wind ?


1. It remains in its plane of rotation.
2. Acquires a new plane of rotation
3. Its position is changed from cockpit
4. None

51. MTCS about Swash plate


1. It contains Rotating star
2. It contains Stationary star
3. Both rotates at same RPM
4. AOTA

52. The cyclic control


1. located in front of the pilot
2. is equipped with trim switch
3. is equipped with microphone for communication
4. AOTA

53. Pushpull tube ends are sealed with PROSEAL to


1. Provide moisture seal
2. Prevent corrosion
3. Both
4. None

54. Torque tubes


1. Convert rotary to linear movement
2. Transfer motion
3. Changes direction of motion
4. AOTA

55. Purpose of mixer box


1. Prevents collective input from affecting cyclic input
2. Prevents collective input from affecting rudder input
3. Prevents cyclic input from affecting rudder input
4. None
56. Artificial feel of the flying controls in helicopter is achieved by
1. Gradient unit
2. Mixer box
3. Coupling
4. None

57. MTCS regarding speed reduction in transmission


1. Engine produces the greatest amount of power at high rpm
2. Engine produces the greatest amount of power at low rpm
3. To avoid rotor tips to attend subsonic speed
4. None

58. What will be the rotor rpm if the transmission ration is set at 10:1 (Engine RPM: 3000) ?
1. 300
2. 30000
3. 400
4. None

59. A) Clutch is necessary to unload the engine during starting


B) Free turbine system don’t require clutch system
From the above two statements
1. A is correct
2. B is correct
3. Both are correct
4. None

60. Freewheel units are fitted to


1. Helicopter with reciprocating engine
2. Helicopter with turbine engine
3. All helicopters regardless of the powerplant
4. None

Subjective

1. Explain three types of rotor system ?


2. Explain ground resonance ?
3. Classify types of helicopter rotor system depending upon the anti-torque achieved ?
4. Write a short note on translating tendency or drift ?
5. Write a short note on gyroscopic precession ?
6. Write a short note on swash plate ?
7. Write a short note on ground effect?
8. Explain how anti-torque effect is achieved by the use of tail rotor?
9. Write a short note on Auto-rotation ?
10. Explain Collective pitch control ?