Emergency Maneuver Training is a textbook for emergency maneuvers and other unusual attitude training programs as well as a source book for independent study. It explains the EMT (Emergency Maneuver Training) Program developed by the author and taught to acclaim throughout the USA. The book--enhanced by 115 illustrations--helps pilots develop an integrated understanding of the direct effects of airplane controls when applied individually and in combination; of human factors and variables introduced into the flight process by pilots; and of proper pilot procedures to remedy difficult situations encountered in flight.
"Sinopsis" puede pertenecer a otra edición de este libro.
The Definitive Work on an Important Subject
A common sense treatment of many of the questions left unanswered during flight training, in one easy-to-read book! Learn emergency strategies that have been taught to military and civilian pilots around the world, from the instructor who developed the EMT(r) Program--the leading edge in emergency maneuver training technology since 1987.
Review: The fundamentals of flight; basic aerodynamics; turn dynamics; stall & spin dynamics; roll dynamics; glide performance; off-airport landing scenarios.
Discover: The intricate relationship between pitch & power, airspeed & altitude; which control surface turns an airplane; the significance of the V-g diagram; what really causes a spin; how wingtip vortices behave; how to handle a control failure; how stress affects pilot performance; the critical sequence of events needed to recover from various unusual attitudes.
Learn: How the airplane's attitude can negatively influence pilot perceptions; the difference between spirals, stalls, & spins; how to avoid wake turbulence; how to maximize the probability of surviving a forced landing; trademark procedures such as PARE(r), Power--Push--Roll(tm), Speed--Spot--Set-Up(tm), and many more!About the Author:
A noted authority on unusual attitude training, Rich Stowell has given over 2,600 hours of spin, emergency maneuver, and aerobatic instruction since 1987. His experience includes performing 12,000+ instructional spins -- the equivalent of over 550 vertical miles traveled while spinning! He also developed the FAA Part 141-approved training course outline for the EMT(c) - Emergency Maneuver Training - Program.
Rich has hosted several critically acclaimed aviation videos, has written numerous articles for Flight Training, Plane & Pilot, and Sport Aerobatics magazines, and has authored two informative textbooks: PARE(r) - The Emergency Spin Recovery Procedure, and Emergency Maneuver Training. He is currently working on his third book, Stall/Spin Awareness, due in 1999. Rich also maintains the Aviation Learning Center, an interactive Internet web site specializing in all-attitude training resources. An active Aviation Safety Counselor since 1992, Rich continues to present safety seminars across the U.S. and Canada, and has traveled to Indonesia and Japan to conduct spin and aerobatic training clinics and flight demonstrations for military and civilian pilots.
For his contributions to aviation safety and education, Rich received the FAA's Western-Pacific Region Flight Instructor of the Year Award in 1993, the International Aerobatic Club (IAC) President's Award in 1994, and the Van Nuys FSDO Aviation Safety Counselor of the Year Award in 1996. He has also earned Phase IV Wings through the FAA's Wings Program and his Basic, Sportsman, and Intermediate with Stars through the IAC's Achievement Awards Program.
"Sobre este título" puede pertenecer a otra edición de este libro.
Descripción Rich Stowell Consulting, 1997. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1879425920
Descripción Rich Stowell Consulting, 1997. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111879425920
Descripción Rich Stowell Consulting, 1996. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG1879425920