4 ENGINE PERFORMANCE


The aircraft performance of jet aircraft is basically very similar, but when flying a four-engine aircraft there are some important items that must be emphasized for the operator and the pilots. This program identifies critical issues that differ with this type of aircraft from the standard two-engine models. Included in this program are the following items: General aircraft performance definitions of terms and the importance of the accurate computation of this data. A review of takeoff performance data information such as brake energy limitation, head/crosswind components, field length, climb limit, obstacle limit, tire speed limit, V-speeds and minimum control speeds and a discuss of the challenge of asymmetric thrust from the loss of an outboard engine during a critical phase of flight. Great review for pilots of four-engine jet aircraft. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.


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Course 4 ENGINE PERFORMANCE
Category PILOT COURSES-GENERAL SUBJECT COURSES
Exam No
Course Duration 00:16:47
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 KURS BAŞLANGICI
INTRODUCTION
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
IMPORTANCE OF PERFORMANCE DATA
TAKEOFF REQUIREMENTS
BRAKE ENERGY LIMITS
CROSSWIND/HEADWIND COMPONENTS
TAKEOFF FIELD LENGTH
TAKEOFF CLIMB LIMIT
OBSTACLE LIMIT
TIRE SPEED LIMIT
VMCG/VRMIN
TAKEOFF %N1
STAB TRIM SETTINGS
CLIMB, ENROUTE, DESCENT PLANNING CHARTS
LONG RANGE CRUISE MAXIMUM OPERATING ALTITUDE
HOLDING PLANNING
LANDING AND GO-AROUND CALCULATIONS
CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT FOR LANDING
EMERGENCY OR ABNORMAL PERFORMANCE CHARTS
ENGINE INOPERATIVE
TWO ENGINE INOPERATIVE MAX CONTINUOUS THRUST
SUMMARY
COURSE END