Airfoil Characteristics MCQs – Aerodynamics

By: Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil
Last modified on February 11th, 2021

Solved MCQs of Airfoil Characteristics in Aerodynamics.

airfoil shape is familiar to the blades of the propeller.
(A). True
(B). False
MCQ Answer:  a
Thrust force is created by propeller with?
(A). transmitted power
(B). own power
(C). the prevailing power
(D). supplied power
MCQ Answer:  d
Which of the following is the drag curve.
(A). At a specific degree of angle of attack, drag will increase rapidly and overcomes the lift curve.
(B). At a specific degree of angle of attack, the drag curve will decrease, and the lift curve will increase.
(C). lift curve will increase and the drag curve remains constant.
(D). The drag curve will increase and the lift curve remains constant.
MCQ Answer:  a
From the high temperatures, turbine blades are used to extract energy.
(A). False
(B). True
MCQ Answer:  b
can the lift and drag of an airfoil depend upon the angle of attack?
(A). True
(B). False
MCQ Answer:  b
By the relation between the angle of attack, lift coefficient, and drag coefficient can airfoil be characterized?
(A). True
(B). False
MCQ Answer:  a
within the graph which of the following is stalling angle?
(A). At a specific section the curve increases maximum and within the same section reduces rapidly.
(B). The curve increases and reduces rapidly at a different section
(C). In the least section, the curve remains constant in the least section
(D). lift curve will increase and the drag curve remains constant.
MCQ Answer:  a
The compressor that can pressurize gasses continuously is an axial compressor?
(A). True
(B). False
MCQ Answer:  a
Which of the following is correct to express lift and drag ratio during a relation by dividing the?
(A). lift coefficient by the coefficient of drag
(B). lift coefficient by the instant coefficient
(C). coefficient of drag by the lift coefficient
(D). coefficient of drag by the instant coefficient
MCQ Answer:  a
Within the airfoil section, the represented graph is?
(A). Lift-moment ratio
(B). Coefficient of lift-coefficient of drag ratio
(C). The angle of the attack-drag ratio
(D). Lift–angle of attack ratio
MCQ Answer:  b
At zero degrees angle of attack raise to tug ratio is maximum?
(A). False
(B). True
MCQ Answer:  a

Aerodynamics MCQs

  1. Infinitesimal Fluid Element
  2. Kelvin’s Circulation Theorem and the Starting Vortex
  3. Laminar Flow MCQs
  4. Lifting Flow over Cylinder MCQs
  5. FRCR Physics MCQs
  6. Non-lifting Flow over Arbitrary Bodies MCQs
  7. Pathlines, Streamlines, Streaklines Physics MCQs
  8. Pitot Tube MCQs Physics
  9. Classical Lifting-Line Theory MCQs
  10. Doublet Flow MCQs
  11. Flow in Duct 
  12. Continuity Equation MCQs
  13. Cambered Airfoil MCQs
  14. Kutta Condition MCQs
  15. Lifting Surface Theory MCQs
  16. Symmetric Airfoil MCQs
  17. The Vortex Filament, Biot-Savart Law, Helmholtz Theorem MCQs
  18. IAF Physics MCQs
  19. Viscous Flow MCQs
  20. Uniform and Turbulent Flow MCQs
  21. Three Dimensional Source and Three Dimensional Doublet MCQs
  22. Vortex Sheet MCQs 
  23. Pressure Coefficient MCQs 
  24. Source Flow MCQs 
  25. Angular Velocity, Strain and Vorticity MCQs
  26. Bernoulli’s Equation MCQs
  27. MCQs on Circulation
  28. Finite Control Volume Approach MCQs
  29. Flow over Sphere MCQs
  30. Airfoil Characteristics MCQs
  31. Downwash and Induced Drag MCQs
  32. Aerodynamics MCQs
  33. Airfoil Nomenclature MCQs
Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil