Well, your question stated OEI as does the question from the other QB.
Looking at the graph we can only use the OEI section , The AEO section doesn't match the numbers at all.
50 fpm ROC gives +16C but you said that was marked as wrong. Looks like an error on their part to me.
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Most odd that that is wrong!
If we work backwards none of the other temps you had come up with the standard ROC requirements such as AEO 100fpm and absolute ceiling 0fpm. Only +16c fits the bill at the OEI 50 rpm requirement. (I
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Regarding Fig 3. A really sneaky question!!! The conditions given would be relevant to the service ceiling with OEI where the minimum ROC is 50fpm. Enter from the base at 50fpm up to the 4750 lbs line, left to 12000ft then down to read about +16C
The shaded area is above the absolute ceiling..see...
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You need to find the DL and RL limits.
For the DL find the area. 1.2 x 1.4 = 1.68 sq m
convert this to sq ft.
There are 3.28 ft in 1m
In 1 sq m = 3.28 x 3.28 = 10.76 sq ft
so 1.68 sq m x 10.76 sq ft = 18.07 sq ft.
We are allowed 500 kg per sq ft. 18.07 x 500 = 9038...
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M&B exam content
I have had feedback that in the last M&B exam some graph questions were only available on screen and not in the workbook. If you faced a similar problem please let me know.
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Definitely an error. I'm away for a couple of weeks and will get it sorted then.
Thanks.
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Most odd. Probably a typo. I'll get the image and answer changed to 58000 kg
thanks
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Yes that's right. I'm just getting the annex redrawn. Very tricky to get the mass but I make it 3020 lbs now.
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