Guide to Aeronautics
1. What is your primary concern or challenge? TAKEOFF
THRUST; PLACEMENT OF ENGINES; COST OF REDESIGN; SWITCH BACK WHEN NEW ENGINES
2. Why? THE
ENGINES IN INVENTORY ARE NOT AS POWERFUL
3. Which engines would
you install on the planes? ANSWERS WILL VARY.
SUGGESTED ANSWER IS 5.
4. Determine the number
and models of engines as well as their physical position on the plane.
ANSWERS WILL VARY. SUGGESTED ANSWER IS TO
INSTALL 4 PW 2000S AND 1 CFM 56 3B-2 ON TEN AIRPLANES.
5. Any group positioning
the engines in unique but fully functional positions will earn a 5% Bonus.
ANSWERS WILL VARY. THERE COULD BE 2 ENGINES
ON EACH FRONT WING--THE PW 2000. THE FIFTH ENGINE COULD BE IN THE TAIL
6. Describe any other
design alterations and why. EXTRA GAS TANKS
WOULD BE NEEDED DUE TO MORE ENGINES; WEIGHT OF AIRCRAFT CHANGES.
7. How many airplanes
can you put back in the air? ANSWERS WILL
VARY--THE HIGHER, THE BETTER. IF USING SUGGESTED ANSWERS, YOU CAN PUT
10 AIRPLANES BACK IN THE AIR.