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Financial Management integrates these core functions under one term. Instrument maneuvers presented, in detail, in later sections of this chapter identify the specific use of primary and supporting instruments.

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This unit also has a slaving meter and two manual heading-drive buttons. Proficiency also contributes to confidence in instruments during attitude and power changes involved in more complex maneuvers.

Aviators should not chase the needle when flight through turbulent conditions produces erratic needle movements. To level-off at cruise airspeed if this speed is higher than climb airspeed, leave power at the climb power setting until airspeed approaches cruise airspeed and then reduce to cruise power setting.

Align the airplane with the centerline of the runway with the nose wheel straight. A banked helicopter turns; however, when the lateral axis of the helicopter is level, the helicopter flies straight.

When the attitude and power are smoothly controlled, the lag factor is negligible and the indications on the performance instruments will stabilize or change smoothly. Adjust the attitude indicator, as appropriate.

Altimeter error caused by nonstandard atmospheric pressure If altitude is constant and airspeed is high or low, change power to obtain the desired airspeed.

When the airplane is correctly trimmed for level flight, the elevator displacement and the control pressures necessary to effect these standard pitch changes are mf very slight.

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If, while the aviator is making attitude changes, some lag exists between control application and change of airspeed, this most likely occurs because of cyclic control lag. Control is determined by reference to the power and attitude indicators figurepagebold dashed boxes. Pitch attitude is corrected by reference to the altimeter, airspeed indicator, VSI, and attitude indicator. A concentration of lines of magnetic force, after being amplified, becomes a signal relayed to the heading indicator unit, which is remotely mounted.

An FMS normally contains an internal navigation database with either regional or worldwide coverage. Aircraft attitude is the relationship of its Section V — Straight Climbs and longitudinal and lateral axes to the horizon of the Descents It provides new policy on Army safety management procedures with special emphasis on responsibilities and organizational concepts.

Pressure altitude is the height measured above the The HSI gives the aviator an indication of the location of the aircraft with relationship to the chosen course.

Chapter 3 Fixed Wing Instrument Flight Maneuvers Instrument flying techniques differ according to aircraft type, class, performance capability, and instrumentation. Special weather report criteria Compass indications are erratic and unreliable at steeper bank angles. The dip, along with this weight, causes two very noticeable errors: A straight-ahead or turning autorotation is practiced by reference to instruments ensuring that an aviator can take prompt corrective action to maintain positive aircraft control 352.3 case of engine failure.

Precession diagram Instrument Power Sources Helicopters normally operate under instrument conditions between 80 and knots. Multiengine propeller-driven airplanes also use differential power to maintain direction.

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Determining altitude for most favorable wind Because of precession error, the attitude indicator temporarily shows a slight error, correctable by quick reference to the other flight instruments. This precession error can be immediately detected by closely cross-checking other bank instruments.

Gm traffic services and airspace information For instrument flight, the miniature aircraft and horizon bar of the attitude indicator are substituted for the actual helicopter and natural horizon. This signal operates a torque motor in the heading indicator unit, which precesses the gyro unit until aligned with the transmitter signal. The primary instrument is one that gives the most pertinent information for a particular maneuver and is usually held at a constant indication. If the instrument cannot be adjusted, consider the error when using the VSI for pitch control; for example, if the needle indicates a descent of FPM while in level flight, use this indication as the zero position.

Most direction indicators installed in aircraft make use of one cm these two characteristics.

New aviators will typically perform cross-checks by rapidly looking at each instrument without knowing exactly what to look for. This involves establishing a responsive and realistic requirements process, and inculcating dm cost culture that incentivizes good stewardship.

The compass card is marked with letters representing the cardinal directions—north, east, south, and west—and a number for each 30 degrees between these letters. Thus, if the altimeter needle moves rapidly clockwise, assume a considerable nose-high deviation from level-flight attitude.