# Embraer 190 - Aircraft Limitations

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• 1.

### Wich is the Max. Landing Weight (MLW)?

• A.

51960 KG

• B.

51800 KG

• C.

44000 KG

• D.

40900 KG

C. 44000 KG
Explanation
The correct answer is 44000 KG. Max. Landing Weight (MLW) refers to the maximum weight at which an aircraft is allowed to land safely. It is an important parameter that pilots must adhere to in order to ensure the structural integrity and safety of the aircraft during landing. In this case, the MLW is 44000 KG, indicating that the aircraft should not exceed this weight when landing.

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• 2.

### Wich is the Max. Ramp Weight (MRW)?

• A.

51960 KG

• B.

51800 KG

• C.

44000 KG

• D.

40900 KG

A. 51960 KG
Explanation
The maximum ramp weight (MRW) refers to the maximum weight at which an aircraft can be safely parked or maneuvered on the ground. In this case, the correct answer is 51960 KG, indicating that this is the maximum weight that the aircraft can have while on the ground without causing any safety concerns.

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• 3.

### Wich is the Max. Takeoff Weight (MTOW)?

• A.

51960 KG

• B.

51800 KG

• C.

44000 KG

• D.

40900 KG

B. 51800 KG
Explanation
The correct answer is 51800 KG. This refers to the maximum takeoff weight of an aircraft, which is the maximum weight at which the aircraft is allowed to take off. It includes the weight of the aircraft, fuel, passengers, cargo, and any other necessary equipment. The MTOW is an important factor in determining the performance and capabilities of the aircraft, as it affects factors such as the required runway length and the aircraft's range and payload capacity.

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• 4.

### Wich is the Max. Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW)?

• A.

51960 KG

• B.

51800 KG

• C.

44000 KG

• D.

40900 KG

D. 40900 KG
Explanation
The Max. Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW) refers to the maximum weight that an aircraft can have, excluding the weight of the fuel on board. In this case, the correct answer is 40900 KG, which means that the aircraft can carry a maximum weight of 40900 KG without any fuel. This weight includes the weight of passengers, cargo, and other equipment on board, but does not include the weight of the fuel.

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• 5.

### The maximum landing gear extended and locked speed is _____ KIAS.

265
Explanation
The maximum landing gear extended and locked speed is 265 KIAS. This means that the landing gear should be fully extended and locked in place before reaching a speed of 265 knots indicated airspeed. Going beyond this speed could potentially cause damage to the landing gear system.

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• 6.

### The maximum landing gear extension speed is _____ KIAS.

265
Explanation
The maximum landing gear extension speed is 265 KIAS. This means that the landing gear should not be extended at speeds higher than 265 knots indicated airspeed. Going beyond this speed could potentially damage the landing gear or compromise the safety of the aircraft during landing. It is important for pilots to adhere to this limitation to ensure the proper functioning of the landing gear system.

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• 7.

### The maximum landing gear retraction speed is _____ KIAS.

235
Explanation
The maximum landing gear retraction speed is 235 KIAS. This means that the landing gear should not be retracted at speeds higher than 235 knots indicated airspeed. Retracting the landing gear at higher speeds can cause damage to the gear and the aircraft. It is important for pilots to follow this limitation to ensure the safe operation of the aircraft.

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• 8.

### Maximum Altitude For Flap Extension is ________ ft. (no numbers or comas on the answer, e.g: "50000")

20000
Explanation
The maximum altitude for flap extension is 20000 ft.

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• 9.

### The maximum flap extended speed for flaps 1 is _____ KIAS.

230
Explanation
The maximum flap extended speed for flaps 1 is 230 KIAS.

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• 10.

### The maximum flap extended seep for flaps 2 is _____ KIAS.

215
Explanation
The maximum flap extended speed for flaps 2 is 215 KIAS.

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• 11.

### The maximum flap extended seep for flaps 3 is _____ KIAS.

200
Explanation
The maximum flap extended speed for flaps 3 is 200 KIAS.

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• 12.

### The maximum flap extended seep for flaps 4 is _____ KIAS.

180
Explanation
The maximum flap extended speed for flaps 4 is 180 KIAS.

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• 13.

### The maximum flap extended seep for flaps 5 is _____ KIAS.

180
Explanation
The maximum flap extended speed for flaps 5 is 180 KIAS.

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• 14.

165
• 15.

195
• 16.

### Maximum Takeoff and Landing Tailwind Component is _____ kt.  is ________

15
Explanation
The maximum takeoff and landing tailwind component is 15 knots.

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• 17.

### Maximum crosswind Dry Runway is _____ kt.

38
Explanation
The maximum crosswind on a dry runway is 38 knots. This means that any crosswind with a speed of 38 knots or below is considered safe for landing and takeoff on a dry runway. Crosswinds can affect the stability and control of an aircraft during these maneuvers, so it is important to know the maximum allowable crosswind speed to ensure safe operations.

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• 18.

### Maximum crosswind Wet Runway is _____ kt.

31
Explanation
The maximum crosswind for a wet runway is 31 knots. This means that if the wind speed exceeds 31 knots and the runway is wet, it may be unsafe for aircraft to take off or land due to the strong crosswind. Crosswinds can cause the aircraft to drift off course during takeoff or landing, making it difficult for pilots to maintain control. Therefore, it is important for pilots to be aware of the maximum crosswind limitations for different runway conditions to ensure safe operations.

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• 19.

### Maximum crosswind Runway with Compacted Snow is _____ kt.

20
Explanation
The maximum crosswind for a runway with compacted snow is 20 knots. This means that pilots should not attempt to land or take off if the crosswind exceeds this limit. Crosswinds can make it difficult for pilots to maintain control of the aircraft during these critical phases of flight, so it is important to adhere to the maximum crosswind limits to ensure the safety of the aircraft and its passengers.

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• 20.

18
• 21.

### Maximum crosswind Runway with Ice (no melting) _____ kt.

12
Explanation
The given question is incomplete and does not provide enough information to generate a proper explanation.

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• 22.

### Due to engine compressor stall possibility, static takeoff is not recommended with crosswind component greater than _____ kt.

25
Explanation
Static takeoff refers to taking off without rolling down the runway. Engine compressor stall is a condition where the airflow through the engine is disrupted, leading to a loss of engine power. Crosswind refers to the wind blowing perpendicular to the direction of takeoff. A crosswind component greater than 25 knots can increase the risk of engine compressor stall during a static takeoff. Therefore, it is not recommended to perform a static takeoff with a crosswind component greater than 25 knots.

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• 23.

### Maximum usable quantity per wing tank is ________ kg.  is

6550
Explanation
The maximum usable quantity per wing tank is 6550 kg. This means that the wing tank can hold a maximum of 6550 kg of fuel.

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• 24.

### Maximum permitted imbalance between wing tanks is ______ kg

360
Explanation
The maximum permitted imbalance between wing tanks is 360 kg. This means that there should not be more than a 360 kg difference in fuel quantity between the left and right wing tanks. This is important for maintaining the stability and balance of the aircraft during flight.

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• 25.

### Minimum fuel tank temperature altitude is ______ ºC

-37
- 37
Explanation
The correct answer is -37. The minimum fuel tank temperature altitude is -37 degrees Celsius.

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• 26.

### Minimum APU start temperature is ______ ºC

-54
- 54
Explanation
The correct answer is -54 °C. This is the minimum APU start temperature, meaning that the APU (Auxiliary Power Unit) can safely start and operate at temperatures as low as -54 °C.

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• 27.

### Maximum APU start altitude is ______ ft.

30.000
30000
Explanation
The maximum APU start altitude is 30,000 feet or 30,000. This means that the APU (Auxiliary Power Unit) can be started up to an altitude of 30,000 feet.

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• 28.

### Maximum APU operation altitude is ______ ft.

33.000
33000
Explanation
The maximum APU operation altitude is 33,000 ft or 33.000 ft. This means that the APU, or Auxiliary Power Unit, can operate at altitudes up to 33,000 ft. The APU is a small engine located on aircraft that provides power for functions such as starting the main engines, operating electrical systems, and providing air conditioning while the aircraft is on the ground or in flight.

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• 29.

### Maximum APU electrical generator altitude is ______ ft.

33.000
33000
Explanation
The maximum APU electrical generator altitude is 33,000 feet.

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• 30.

### Maximum APU bleed altitude n is ______ ft.

15.000
15000
Explanation
The maximum APU bleed altitude is 15,000 feet or 15,000 ft.

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• 31.

### Maximum altitude to asist engine start is ______ ft.

21.000
21000
Explanation
The maximum altitude to assist engine start is 21,000 feet.

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• 32.

### Maximum rotor APU speed is _____ %.

108
Explanation
The maximum rotor APU speed is 108%.

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• 33.

1032
• 34.

### Maximum APU continuous temperature is _____ºC.

717
Explanation
The maximum APU continuous temperature is 717°C.

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• 35.

### In flight, there is _______________ shutdown if EGT exceeds the limits.

• A.

Automatic

• B.

No automatic

B. No automatic
Explanation
In flight, there is no automatic shutdown if EGT exceeds the limits. This means that the engine will not automatically shut down if the EGT (Exhaust Gas Temperature) goes beyond the specified limits. The pilot or the flight crew will have to manually intervene and take appropriate action to address the issue.

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• 36.

### There ______ time limitation for operating the APU on ground or in flight in the amber range between 662°C and 717°C.

• A.

Is no

• B.

Is

A. Is no
Explanation
There is no time limitation for operating the APU on ground or in flight in the amber range between 662°C and 717°C.

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• 37.

### APU Cooling period after each starting attempt: First and Second Attempts is ____ seconds OFF

60
Explanation
The APU cooling period after each starting attempt is 60 seconds off. This means that after the first and second attempts to start the APU, it will be turned off for a period of 60 seconds before another starting attempt can be made.

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• 38.

### Cooling period after each starting attempt: Third Attempt _____ min OFF Third Attempt............................................................. 5 min OFF

5
Explanation
The cooling period after each starting attempt is 5 minutes.

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• 39.

### Maximum Engine N1 and N2 is _____ %

100
Explanation
The maximum Engine N1 and N2 is 100%. This means that the engines are running at their full capacity and generating maximum power.

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• 40.

### Minimum Engine N2 is _____ %

59.3
59
Explanation
The minimum Engine N2 is expressed as a percentage. The given answer options are 59.3 and 59. Since the question does not provide any additional information or context, it is not possible to determine the exact percentage. Therefore, both 59.3 and 59 could be considered correct answers.

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• 41.

740
• 42.

### Engine maximum In flight start temperature is _____ ºC.

875
Explanation
The given answer, 875°C, suggests that the maximum in-flight start temperature for the engine is 875°C. This means that the engine can safely start and operate at temperatures up to 875°C while the aircraft is in flight.

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• 43.

983
• 44.

960
• 45.

### Maximum Oil Temperature Continuous is _____  ºC.

155
Explanation
The maximum oil temperature continuous is 155 °C.

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• 46.

### Minimum Oil Pressure is ____ psi.

25
Explanation
The minimum oil pressure is 25 psi. This means that the oil pressure should never be lower than 25 pounds per square inch. Maintaining the minimum oil pressure is crucial for proper lubrication and cooling of the engine components. If the oil pressure drops below this level, it can lead to engine damage and failure. Therefore, it is important to monitor the oil pressure regularly and take necessary actions to maintain it at or above the minimum recommended level.

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• 47.

5
• 48.

### The takeoff time limit is extended to ____ min with one engine inoperative for airplanes Post-Mod. SB 190-73-0004 or equivalent factory incorporated modification.

10
Explanation
The takeoff time limit is extended to 10 minutes with one engine inoperative for airplanes Post-Mod. SB 190-73-0004 or equivalent factory incorporated modification. This means that the airplane is allowed to continue with the takeoff procedure for up to 10 minutes even if one engine is not functioning properly. This extension is likely due to the modification made to the airplane, which improves its performance and allows for a longer takeoff time limit.

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• 49.

### (For dry motoring duty cycles) Motoring number 1; maximum time ____ seconds with a cool down time of 5 minutes.

90
Explanation
This statement is describing a specific duty cycle for dry motoring. It states that during motoring number 1, the maximum time allowed is a certain number of seconds, which is not specified. However, it does mention that there should be a cool down time of 5 minutes after this maximum time is reached. The correct answer to this question is 90, as it is the missing value in the statement.

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• 50.

### (For dry motoring duty cycles) Motoring number 2 to 5; maximum time ____ seconds with a cool down time of 5 minutes.

30
Explanation
The maximum time for dry motoring duty cycles is 30 seconds, with a cool down time of 5 minutes. This means that the motor can be operated continuously for up to 30 seconds before it needs to cool down for 5 minutes.

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