AIRPLANE UPSET RECOVERY


Upset Recovery Online Course starts with definitions of Upset Condition, Turbulance, Clear Air Turbulance, Mountain Wave Turbulance, Windsher, Wake Turbulance, Airplane Icing, Angle of Attack, Camber, Wing Dihedral, Energy State, Flight Path, Flight Management Systems, Autoflight Systems, Stability, Stall, Pitch, Roll and Yaw. The course then focuses on the Causes of Upset Conditions which are Enviromentally Induced Upset, System Anomalies Induced Upsets, Pilot Induced Upsets and also Combination of Cause Factors & Aerodynamic Factors Leading to Upset Conditions. The Recovery from Airplane Upsets section of the course addresses Stall Recovery, Nose High/Low, Wing Level Recovery Techniques, Nose High/Low Steep Bank Angle Recovery Techniques. A short summary is presented for you at the end of the course. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.


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Course Info

Course AIRPLANE UPSET RECOVERY
Category PILOT COURSES-GENERAL SUBJECT COURSES
Exam Yes
Number of Questions 10
Passing Grade 75
Course Duration 01:10:20
Availability 90 Day
Regulatory Compliance FAA / EASA / CAA and Compliance with IOSA audits

Price: € 75.00



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Content of the Course

COURSE START
INTRODUCTION
Definitions - Upset Condition
Turbulance
Clear Air Turbulance (CAT)
Mountain Wave Turbulance
Windsher
Wake Turbulence
Airplane Icing
Angle of Attack
Camber
Wing Dihedral
Energy State
Flight Path
Flight Management Systems
Autoflight Systems
Stability
Stall
Pitch
Roll
Yaw
Program Warnings
CAUSES OF UPSET CONDITIONS
Environmentally Induced Upset
System Anomalies Induced Upsets
Pilot Induced Upsets
Combinatıon of Cause Factors
Aerodynamic Factors Leading to Upset Conditions
Load Factors
Angle of Attack and Stall
Lateral and Directional Aerodynamic Considerations
Wing Dihedral Effects
Pilot-Commanded Sideslip
RECOVERY FROM AIRPLANE UPSETS
Stall Recovery
Nose High, Wing Level Recovery Techniques
Nose Low, Wing Level Recovery Techniques
Nose High, Steep Bank Angle Recovery Techniques
Nose Low, Steep Bank Angle Recovery Techniques
SUMMARY
COURSE END