Understanding Mathematics For Aircraft Navigation

Author: James Wolper
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071638792
Size: 12,30 MB
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*Explains the mathematics essential to flight, teaching basic principles and reasoning *Provides an understanding that allows pilots to utilize new technologies *Examines techniques of GPS (Global Positioning System), and other navigation forms, including calculations of distance and bearings *Covers chart construction, magnetic compasses, mental calculations, long-range flight planning

Encyclopedia Of Technical Aviation

Author: Gary V. Bristow
Editor: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
ISBN: 9780071402132
Size: 18,42 MB
Format: PDF
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This handy reference will be valuable to pilots, managers, planners, designers, engineers, safety directors, and flight instructors who need fast answers to technical aviation questions. Includes hundreds of diagrams and illustrations.

Flying On Your Own Wings

Author: Chris Heintz
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1426982232
Size: 14,30 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Some have said that if God had wanted us to fly, He would have given us wings. And yet, we were given the ability to dream, to think with our heads, to have courage in our hearts, and to build with our hands. Truly, we have been given everything we need: We really can fly on our own wings! Chris Heintz is a professional aeronautical engineer with a prolific career spanning over 40 years designing and building light aircraft. Recognized worldwide as a uniquely talented and accomplished designer, his aircraft are known and appreciated for their simplicity of construction, pilot-friendly cabins and controllability as well as remarkable performances. Today, Chris Heintz designs are flown throughout the world, mostly by recreational pilots who have assembled their own planes from a kit. His most popular models are also factory-assembled and sold as ready-to-fly sport aircraft on three continents. In FLYING ON YOUR OWN WINGS, Mr. Heintz shares his knowledge and insights into the art and science of light aircraft design. He “walks” readers through the essential understanding and skills required to conceive, develop, build and even test-fly their own personal light airplane. Basic mathematics, essential aerodynamics and stress analysis are just a few of the chapters of this fascinating book. Heintz even provides a sample design to help would-be designers take their first step towards imagining and creating their own wings. Truly a beginner’s guide to everything you need to know in order to achieve that age-old dream: To fly on your own wings!

Aviation Meteorology Unscrambled

Author: Kenneth B. McCool
Editor:
ISBN: 9780962138713
Size: 17,71 MB
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The Pilot S Handbook Of Aeronautical Knowledge

Author: Paul E. Illman
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071386623
Size: 15,15 MB
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Terminology, navigation, airport and airspace operations, radio communications, emergency procedures, flight planning, weather, FAA rules and regulations, and much more--all the essential information a pilot needs, in a concise format.

Fundamentals Of Air Traffic Control

Author: Michael Nolan
Editor: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1435482727
Size: 17,89 MB
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FUNDAMENTALS OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL 5E is an authoritative book that provides readers with a good working knowledge of how and why the air traffic control system works. This book is appropriate for future air traffic controllers, as well as for pilots who need a better understanding of the air traffic control system. FUNDAMENTALS OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL 5E discusses the history of air traffic control, emphasizing the logic that has guided its development. It also provides current, in-depth information on navigational systems, the air traffic control system structure, control tower procedures, radar separation, national airspace system operation and the FAA's restructured hiring procedures. This is the only college level book that gives readers a genuine understanding of the air traffic control system and does not simply require them to memorize lists of rules and regulations. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Understanding Aeronautical Charts

Author: Terry T. Lankford
Editor: McGraw-Hill
ISBN: 9780070364677
Size: 10,60 MB
Format: PDF
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Very Good,No Highlights or Markup,all pages are intact.

Understanding Flight Second Edition

Author: David W. Anderson
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071626972
Size: 14,18 MB
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Discover how planes get--and stay--airborne Now you can truly master an understanding of the phenomenon of flight. This practical guide is the most intuitive introduction to basic flight mechanics available. Understanding Flight, Second Edition, explains the principles of aeronautics in terms, descriptions, and illustrations that make sense--without complicated mathematics. Updated to include helicopter flight fundamentals and aircraft structures, this aviation classic is required reading for new pilots, students, engineers, and anyone fascinated with flight. Understanding Flight, Second Edition, covers: Physics of flight Wing design and configuration Stability and control Propulsion High-speed flight Performance and safety Aerodynamic testing Helicopters and autogyros Aircraft structures and materials

Theory Of Flight

Author: Richard von Mises
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486132226
Size: 13,79 MB
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Mises' classic avoids the formidable mathematical structure of fluid dynamics, while conveying — by often unorthodox methods — a full understanding of the physical phenomena and mathematical concepts of aeronautical engineering.

Understanding Air France 447

Author: Bill Palmer
Editor: William Palmer
ISBN: 098978570X
Size: 17,80 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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The most comprehensive coverage to date of Air France 447, an Airbus A330 that crashed in the ocean north of Brazil on June 1, 2009, killing all 228 persons on board. Written by A330 Captain, Bill Palmer, this book opens to understanding the actions of the crew, how they failed to understand and control the problem, and how the airplane works and the part it played. All in easy to understand terms. Addressed are the many contributing aspects of weather, human factors, and airplane system operation and design that the crew could not recover from. How each contributed is covered in detail along with what has been done, and needs to be done in the future to prevent this from happening again. Also see the book's companion website: UnderstandingAF447.com