# calculate the maximum rate of climb for the single-engine light plane at sea level and at 12,000-ft altitude.

From the information generated in Pro b. 6.4, calculate the maximum rate of climb for the single-engine light plane at sea level and at 12,000-ft altitude. Pro b. 6.4 Consider an airplane patterned after the Beechcraft Bonanza V-tailed, single engine light private airplane. The characteristics of the airplane are as follows: aspect ratio = 6.2, wing area = 181 ft2, Oswald efficiency factor = 0.91, weight = 3000 , and zero-lift drag coefficient = 0.027. The airplane is powered by a single piston engine of 345 hp maximum at sea level. Assume that the power of the engine is proportional to free-stream density. The two-blade propeller has an efficiency of0.83. a. Calculate the power required at sea level. b. Calculate the maximum velocity at sea level. c. Calculate the power required at 12,000-ft altitude. d. Calculate the maximum velocity at 12,000-ft altitude.

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