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Straight-and-level flight at normal cruise speed Figure The VSI is the primary pitch instrument that the aviator uses to reestablish altitude. If available, the attitude indicator establishes desired pitch attitude.

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Encoding altimeter with a malfunction The glide-slope pointer indicates the relation of the aircraft to the glide slope. Air traffic control separation parameters Precession errors can be detected quickly by cross-checking other pitch instruments. The rule for this error is the following: When the aircraft decelerates on a heading of west, inertia causes the tm to move ahead and the card rotates toward the south. Performance 352.3 of a UH FM Pitch control instruments Figure Aerodrome forecasts block explanation These instruments have a conventional airspeed mechanism with an added subdial visible through cutouts in the regular dial.

Attitude changes must be detected and interpreted instantly for immediate control action in high-performance airplanes. Performance instruments of a UH A major factor influencing a cross-check, or scanning technique, is the way in which instruments 352.3 to attitude and power changes.

FM MULTI-SERVICE PROCEDURES JOINT AIR TRAFFIC

Therefore, in coordinated flight, the heading indicator shows a constant heading when the helicopter is level laterally. Rate indicators, such as the turn-and-slip indicator and turn coordinator, operate on the principle of precession. Used as a rate instrument, lag characteristics of the VSI 3-523 be considered. These ports are in locations proven by 33-52.3 tests to be in undisturbed air, and they are normally paired, one on either side of the aircraft.

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Most airspeed indicators are calibrated in knots, or nautical 3–52.3 per hour; some instruments show statute miles per hour, and some instruments show both.

If airspeed is higher than descending airspeed and a constant-airspeed descent at the descending airspeed is required, reduce power to the descending power setting and maintain a constant altitude using 30 April FM Correction in pitch attitude regains airspeed rm altitude. Differences between ambient temperature and pressure will cause an erroneous indication on the altimeter. High-altitude instrument approach plate Cross-check the altimeter and VSI for a positive rate of climb steady clockwise rotation of the altimeter needle at a rate that can be interpreted with experience and the VSI showing an appropriate tm rate of climb.

Air traffic control facilities, services, and radio call signs These misrepresentations are caused by delays following flight control inputs, known as control lag, and delays in instrument readings, known as instrument lag. Headquarters, Department of the Army Less. The aviator normally notices precession when the aircraft rolls out of a turn.

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Army Techniques Publication Atp Army Functional Concept for Engagement 24 February Make corrective action promptly with small control changes. Approach procedure without an operating control tower Stabilized constant airspeed climb Magnets in the compass align with this field, and near the poles they dip, or tilt, the float and card.

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When the VSI becomes primary for pitch, the airspeed indicator becomes primary for power Figure Pitch attitude and airspeed in level flight For each maneuver, learn the performance expectations and the combination 3-52.33 instruments to be interpreted to control aircraft attitude.

Figurepageshows the isogonic lines that identify the number of degrees of variation in their area. A 33-52.3 bank turn 33-52.3 seldom necessary, or advisable, in IMC and is considered a steep turn in a helicopter. It provides new policy on Army safety management procedures with special emphasis on responsibilities and organizational concepts.

Indicated altitude is altitude as read on the dial with a current altimeter setting sea-level pressure set in the Kollsman window. Tradoc Pam U. More recently, it has been called a turn-and-slip indicator Figurepage When the airplane is correctly trimmed for level flight, the elevator displacement and the control pressures necessary to effect these standard pitch changes are usually very slight. If the turn is made with too shallow a bank angle, inertia is greater than gravity and the ball rolls upward to the outside of the turn.

Another basic method for presenting attitude instrument flying classifies instruments as they relate to control function and aircraft performance tablepage Check the indications on the attitude f, and make necessary adjustments.

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