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Jeppesen EASA ATPL Principles Of Flight Manual

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This new Jeppesen EASA ATPL Softback manual lets you delve into the principles underlying your practical flight training with the Principles of Flight manual. Aerodynamics deals with the basics of subsonic and supersonic aerodynamics, as well as the forces and moments occurring in flight.


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This new Jeppesen EASA ATPL Softback manual lets you delve into the principles underlying your practical flight training with the Principles of Flight manual.

The subject aerodynamics deals with the basics of subsonic and supersonic aerodynamics, as well as the forces and moments occurring in flight. Profile and shape of the primary and secondary flight control surface will be explained and two and three-dimensional flow around the wings will be examined.
Furthermore, the emergence and importance of air lift and drag forces are introduced and measures to increase or destruct buoyancy in certain flight situations are presented. Always up to date, printed on demand and using QR codes to provide animated graphics, this book presents this knowledge step-by-step. 

  • Laws and Definitions
  • Aerofoil Airflow
  • Aeroplane Airflow
  • Lift Coefficient
  • Total Drag
  • Ground Effect
  • Stall
  • Clmax Augmentation
  • Lift Coefficient and Speed
  • Boundary Layer
  • High Speed Flight
  • Stability
  • Flying Controls
  • Adverse Weather Conditions
  • Propellers
  • Operating Limitations
  • Flight Mechanics

Principles of Flight is a fundamental key to many of the other theoretical subjects and of course to flight training. This volume has been written to give the student a good understanding of the principles underlying their practical flying training. Through the use of colored diagrams and limited mathematics, it explores the theoretical and practical aspects of low and high speed flight, flying controls, lift augmentation, aeroplane stability and design, and the aerodynamic aspects of propellers. Fundamental laws and definitions are stated, explained, and then applied. Where mathematical equations are introduced, work examples are included.

 
 
 
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