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CESSNA 152

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In a cessna 152 for every change of 100RPM you can expect a change of 5KIAS to ....?KIAS

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  1. Gary Moore on Mar 30, 2016

    Dimitris – what exactly is your question? KIAS is probably ‘Knots Indicated Air Speed’….but I’m not agreeing with the statement…..is there something else you’re getting at??

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  2. Dimitris on Mar 30, 2016

    yes the question is, if i decrease 5knots i can expect a change of 5knots to ….?? how many knots of airspeed. it’s a quiz, i found online and i cannot find the right knots as an answer

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  3. Gary Moore on Mar 31, 2016

    Well – assuming a well trimmed airplane – decreasing 100 rpm shouldn’t change your speed at all – it will just climb (if you added) or descend (if you removed power)….

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