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Air traffic services and airspace information If 3-25.3 correction is required or if the airspeed varies more than 10 knots from that vm, the pilot must make the appropriate power setting. As the airspeed changes, adjust pitch attitude to sustain a constant altitude while maintaining a constant heading throughout the change.
Guidance found in this manual is both technique and procedure oriented. Short time and distance Small bank angles, which may not be seen by observing the miniature aircraft, can easily be determined by referring to the banking scale pointer.
The attitude indicator is the only instrument that portrays instantly and directly the actual flight attitude. With a given power setting and pitch attitude, airspeed remains constant. Its operating mechanism is a small brass wheel with a vertical spin axis, spun at a high speed by an electric motor Figurepage When the helicopter is about level, the heading indicator is primary for bank as in straight-and-level flight.
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The following example describes how fixation can occur. Friction is adjusted to minimize overcontrolling and to prevent creeping but not applied to such a degree that control movement is limited. To center the ball, level the helicopter laterally 3–52.3 reference to other bank instruments and then center the ball with pedal trim.
To maintain the attitude, continue to cross-check and trim off the pressures being held. Instrument approach procedure chart with maximum air traffic control facilities available Integrated Product Support Procedures October Properly adjusting the miniature aircraft on the attitude indicator on the ground before takeoff should indicate approximately level flight at normal cruise speed ffm the aviator completes level-off from a climb.
At the magnetic equator, which is halfway between the poles, the lines are parallel with the surface. Continue with a quick cross-check of the heading indicator and attitude indicator as the airplane leaves the ground.
All three receive the pressures that they Contents measure from the aircraft pitot-static system. ITOs may be accomplished entirely on instruments because of visibility restrictions induced by rotor downwash on dust, sand, or snow. Drawing a course line from a known point Control changes, required to produce a given attitude by reference to instruments, are identical to those used in helicopter visual flight rules VFR flight; therefore, the thought processes remain the same.
Chapter 3 Fixed Wing Instrument Flight Maneuvers Instrument flying techniques differ according to aircraft type, class, performance capability, and instrumentation.
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Its purpose is to provide authoritative doctrine on watercraft operations that support unified land operations. At lead altitude, increase power to the setting necessary to maintain descending airspeed in level 3–52.3. Wind effect and ground speed Chapter 2 cyclic pitch control.
When the altimeter shows a foot error, there is a reluctance to correct such an error, perhaps because of fear of overcontrolling. Pitch attitude control is controlling movement of the helicopter about its lateral axis. By tolerating a deviation, errors increase. When the aircraft is flying in air warmer than standard, 33-52.3 air is less dense and pressure levels are farther apart.
The first gyroscopic aircraft instrument was the turn-and-bank indicator. Little lag accompanies indications of the airspeed indicator. The attitude indicator was originally referred to as an artificial horizon and later as a gyro horizon. Small pitch changes, smoothly executed, result in an immediate change of airspeed. When used with related flight directives 3-25.3 publications, this publication provides adequate guidance for instrument flight under most circumstances but is not a substitute for sound judgment; circumstances may require modification of prescribed procedures.
This unit also has a slaving meter and two manual heading-drive buttons. A spinning gyroscope offers resistance inertia to any force that tends to change the direction of the axis 3-5.23 spin.
Figures from this card are applied to the indications of the compass so that a desired heading may be flown. This measure is called a true heading TH because it is being measured relative to the true north pole.
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This procedure is shown in the following example. When a pitch error is detected, corrective action should be taken promptly but with light control pressures and two distinct changes of attitude: Compass turn correction diagram To fly a helicopter by instrument reference, knowledge of the fj power settings is required for that particular helicopter in various load configurations and flight conditions. A turn coordinator does not sense changing pitch attitudes of the aircraft. The remote compass transmitter contains the flux valve, which is the direction-sensing device of the system.
If, while flying on this easterly heading, the aircraft decelerates, inertia causes the weight to move ahead and the card rotates toward the south until the speed again stabilizes. An aviator can maintain reasonably close altitude control with the attitude indicator but cannot hold altitude with precision without including the altimeter in the cross-check.
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When changing power, increase the rate of the cross-check to cover pitch-and-bank instruments to counteract deviations. A cross-check is started at the time that the aircraft leaves the ground and should include all available instruments to provide a smooth transition to coordinated flight. An FMS normally contains an internal navigation database with either regional or worldwide coverage. Closely coordinate pitch attitude and power corrections. These misrepresentations are caused by delays following flight control inputs, known as control lag, and delays in instrument readings, known as instrument lag.
Flight Instruments and Systems standard pressure lapse rate below 5, feet.