Fundamental of Flight.ppt - Fundamentals of Flight Terminal Learning Objective Action Identify the fundamentals of flight relating to Unmanned Aircraft

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Fundamentals of Flight
Terminal Learning Objective Action: Identify the fundamentals of flight relating to Unmanned Aircraft System operations Condition: Given a classroom environment, laptop computer, DVD with presentations, Federal Aviation Regulation/Aeronautical Information Manual (FAR/AIM), Army Regulation (AR) 95-23 Unmanned Aircraft System Flight Regulations, FAA-CT-8083-25A Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge, Field Manual (FM) 3-04.203 Fundamentals of Flight, Training Circular (TC) 1-600 Unmanned Aircraft Systems Commander’s Guide and Aircrew Training Manual, and student handouts Standard: Apply the fundamentals of flight relating to Unmanned Aircraft System in accordance with AR 95-23 and TC 1-600
Administrative Data Safety Consideration: None Risk Assessment: Low Environmental Considerations: None
Agenda Theory of Flight Four Forces Fixed Wing Aerodynamics and Performance Stalls
References FAR/AIM AR 95-23 FM 3-04.203 TC 3-04.63 FAA-H-8083-25A
AR 95-23 and TC 1-600 AR 95-23 (4-9) and TC 1-600 (3-18) Hands on performance test The evaluation will be conducted per appropriate ATM Phase II: Academics Aerodynamics Lift Drag Airflow
Aircraft Components FM 3-04.203
Physical Laws FM 3-04.203 Chpt. 1 Newton’s Laws of Motion Inertia: A body at rest will remain at rest, and a body in motion will remain in motion Acceleration: The force required to produce a change in motion of a body is directly proportional to its mass and rate of change in its velocity Action/Reaction: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction and accounts for 25% of lift
Reaction Lift FM 3-04.203 (1-7) Reaction Lift - results from the downward deflection of air as it leaves the trailing edge
Fluid Flow FM 3-04.203 (1-5) Bernoulli’s Principle Describes the relationship between internal fluid pressure and fluid velocity What does this look like?
Airflow FM 3-04.203 (1-7)