R22 Knowledge Test The test consists of 30 questions. You are given 20' to complete the test. Name or nickname (Will be displayed on the leaderboard) 1. Left seat belt must be:unbuckledbuckledremoved2. When operating at high density altitudes, governor response rate:may be too fastmay be too slowremains the same irrespective of altitude3. At power settings below 18 inches MAP apply:Do not use carb heat control at allIgnore gage and apply full carb heatCarb heat as required to keep CAT gage needle out of yellow arc4. VNE up to 3000’ density altitude is:105 KIAS102 KIAS103 KTAS5. Speed for maximum rate of climb (VY) is:60 KIAS70 KIAS53 KIAS6. What equipment is legally required for VFR operation at night (according to the R-22 POH)?Flight instruments (AI, altimeter, DI, ASI, Turn/bank etc)Dual landing lightsVarious lights (landing, instrument, anti-collisionetc.)7. What is the engine layout?V8horizontally opposedV68. The engine induction can be described as:Super charged carburetorNormal-aspirated carburetorFuel injected9. Airspeed indicator green arc:53-102 knots60-102 knots50-102 knots10. Fire in-flight:If engine is running shut-off fuel valve and execute autorotation immediatelyIf engine stops running, shut-off fuel valve and execute autorotation landingLand as soon as practical11. If a circuit breaker trips:reset it immediatelywait a few seconds for it to cool before resettingdo not reset12. TAKE-OFF PROCEDURE:Verify doors latched, governor on, and RPM stabilized at 101-103%Verify governor on and RPM stabilized at 102-104%Verify doors latched, governor on, and RPM stabilized at 102-104%13. The low hover point on the H-V diagram:is 5 ft AGLis 10 ft AGLdepends on the density altitude14. Engine fire start on ground:If engine starts, run at 50-60% RPM for a short time, shutdown and inspect for damageIf engine starts, run at 50-60% RPM for a short time and continue flightIf engine starts you may continue with the normal check list15. The low RPM light and horn indicate rotor RPM:At 98 %At 97 % or belowAt 97 %16. The longitudinal weight and balance limits specified in Section 2 (LIMITATIONS) of the POH are expressed in Section 6 (WEIGHT & BALANCE) as:Total momentsCG ArmWeight17. The R-22 vertical fin may permit limited controlled flight after a Loss of tail rotor thrust during forward flight:Yes maintaining at least 60 KIAS if practicalYes above 70 KIASYes above 85 KIAS18. Power on maximum rotοr speed limits:104 %99 %97 %19. The tail gear box output shaft:is subject to corrosionis subject to erosionresists corrosion20. Satisfactory engine cooling has been demonstrated to an outside temperature of:37°C at sea level23°C at sea level38°C at sea level21. A drive system failure may be indicated by:both the other two answers are correctDecreasing rotor RPM while engine RPM is increasingUnusual noise or vibration22. The blade skins (main rotor) are made of:aluminumsteelcomposite material23. When may the aircraft be jump started if the battery is not capable to start the engine after a 10-15 min charging?NeverOnly in emergenciesAnytime24. Is flight permitted when the ALT warning light is on?Yes, but only with a fresh batteryYesNo, never25. Indicated airspeeds (KIAS) shown on graphs assumes:zero instrument error5 knots erroran instrument error according to the relevant chart on POH26. The best rotor RPM to allow maximum glide distance during autorotation is:97%90%104%27. During start-up the oil pressure:within 30 seconds should be 25 psi minimumwithin 35 seconds should be 25 psi minimumwithin 25 seconds should be 30 psi minimum28. A discharged battery is Airworthy:provided the alternator has not fast recharged itFalse, a discharged battery is not Airworthyprovided a successful jump start has been made29. For pushing the helicopter on the ground:The tail skid may be usedOne of the vertical frame tubes may be usedThe outboard part of the horizontal stabilizer may be used30. Rotor diameter:25,2 ft35,2 ft50,2 ftyou can go back for a final check or press SUBMIT to validate.