9-5 - Improves forward visibility and engine cooling On...

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Flaps o Plain flap o Split o Fowler o 2 purposes Increase lift Initial flap settings in crease lift more than dfag Sometimes used for max performance takeoffs Increase drag Additional flap extension increases drag more than lift Used for steep landing approaches CHAPTER 3 BASIC FLIGHT MANEUVERS Pitch + Power = performance Climb initiation o Increase power to full o Raise nose to climb attitude o Adjust pitch attitude with elevator to maintain desired airspeed depending on type of climb o Trim away control pressures Types of climb o Best angle Vx In skyhawk, it’s 57 kts with flaps @ 10 degrees o Best rate Vy Skyhawk, it’s 79 kts
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Used to gain altitude as quickly as possible o Cruise Lower climb rate and angle but better speed, visibility over nose, and engine cooling Moves toward destination faster
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Unformatted text preview: Improves forward visibility and engine cooling On skyhawk, 85 kts Straight line descent o Ailerons used to keep level o Rudder used to hold heading o Elevator used to maintain airspeed Descent initiation o Reduce power o Lower the nose slightly o Pitch controls airspeed o Trim away control pressures Types of descent o Powered o Gliding Glide angle o Best glide angle is achieved at the best L/D ratio o @ specific AOA Glide- effects of flaps o Flaps will decrease the distance the airplane can glide Turning o We turn by using the wing to generate the lift o We bank in the direction of desired turn to direct some of the wing lift in the direction we want to go o We turn by using the horizontal component of lift....
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