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1 Loading – Review 1 Chapter 10

2 Aim To review the aircraft loading quiz questions

3 Objectives 1.Review the Quiz results

4 1. Objective BAK_LOADING_001 Define Basic Empty Weight (BEW): Basic Empty Weight (BEW) includes the airframe, engine, fixed equipment, unusable fuel, full oil and other items necessary for all flights.

5 1. Objective BAK_LOADING_002 Define Zero Fuel Weight (ZFW): Zero Fuel Weight (ZFW) is the Basic Empty Weight of the aeroplane plus the pilot, passengers, cargo. Useable fuel is not included.

6 1. Objective BAK_LOADING_003 Loading system A BEW = 1030kg IU = R1 = 150kg R2 = 150kg R3 = 75kg Nose baggage = 45kg Find the maximum fuel Working: 1.Fill in weights 2.Total for ZFW 3.Enter chart at BEW and follow arrows for CofG position

7 1. Objective BAK_LOADING_003 Loading system A BEW = 1030kg IU = R1 = 150kg R2 = 150kg R3 = 75kg Nose baggage = 45kg Find the maximum fuel Working: 3. Extend line down into CoG envelope 4. Determine CoG at ZFW 5. Determine MTOW – Note CoG limits 6. Max. Fuel = MTOW – ZFW = 165kg – Note Fuel capacity ZFW = 1450 MTOW =

8 1. Objective BAK_LOADING_004 Loading system B Find the maximum baggage that can be carried. Working: 1.Fill in known data 2.Find Moment/1000 StationWeight(lbs)ArmMoment/1000 EW Oil Fuel – 37gal (141L) Row 1 Row 2 SubTotal (No Bag.) Baggage Take Off Weight Zero Fuel Weight 98.4

9 1. Objective BAK_LOADING_004 Loading system B Find the maximum baggage that can be carried. Working: 1.Fill in known data 2.Find Moment/1000 Row 1 = 350lbs The Moment/1000 can be found in two different ways: 1.Using the loading graph 2.Multiplying the weight by the arm Moment/1000 = 31.25

10 StationWeight(lbs)ArmMoment/ Objective BAK_LOADING_004 Loading system B Find the maximum baggage that can be carried. Working: 1.Fill in known data 2.Find Moment/ Determine how much baggage can be carried – Start with loading to MTOW – Note CoG and max. baggage limits 4.Determine if TOW and ZFW are within the CoG envelope EW Oil Fuel – 37gal (141L) Row 1 Row 2 SubTotal (No Bag.) Baggage Take Off Weight Zero Fuel Weight

11 1. Objective BAK_LOADING_004 Loading system B Find the maximum baggage that can be carried. Working: 1.Fill in known data 2.Find Moment/ Determine how much baggage can be carried – Start with loading to MTOW – Note CoG and max. baggage limits 4.Determine if TOW and ZFW are within the CoG envelope ZFW TOW

12 StationWeight(lbs)ArmMoment/ Objective BAK_LOADING_005 Loading system C Find maximum fuel in litres. Working: 1.Fill in known data 2.Find Index Unit for each station EW Full Oil Row 1 Row 2 Baggage ZFW Fuel Take Off Weight ,522

13 1. Objective BAK_LOADING_005 The Index Unit can be found in two different ways: 1.Using the tables provided 2.Multiplying the weight by the arm Working: 1.Fill in known data 2.Find Index Unit for each station Loading system C Find maximum fuel in litres.

14 StationWeight(lbs)ArmMoment/ Objective BAK_LOADING_005 Loading system C Find maximum fuel in litres. EW Full Oil Row 1 Row 2 Baggage ZFW Fuel Take Off Weight , ,850 4,320 2,947 30,725 2,684 33, Working: 1.Fill in known data 2.Find Index Unit for each station 3.Determine how much fuel can be carried – Start with loading to MTOW – Note CoG and max. fuel capacity limits

15 StationWeight(lbs)ArmMoment/ Objective BAK_LOADING_005 Loading system C Find maximum fuel in litres. ZFW Fuel Take Off Weight ,725 2,684 33, Working: 1.Fill in known data 2.Find Index Unit for each station 3.Determine how much fuel can be carried – Start with loading to MTOW – Note CoG and max. fuel capacity limits 4.Calculate CoG position for ZFW and TOW

16 1. Objective BAK_LOADING_005 Loading system C Find maximum fuel in litres. Working: 1.Fill in known data 2.Find Index Unit for each station 3.Determine how much fuel can be carried – Start with loading to MTOW – Note CoG and max. fuel capacity limits 4.Calculate CoG position for ZFW and TOW 5.Check CoG position on CoG envelope ZFW TOW

17 1. Objective BAK_LOADING_005 Loading system C Find maximum fuel in litres. Working: 1.Fill in known data 2.Find Index Unit for each station 3.Determine how much fuel can be carried – Start with loading to MTOW – Note CoG and max. fuel capacity limits 4.Calculate CoG position for ZFW and TOW 5.Check CoG position on CoG envelope 6.Convert answer to Litres

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