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Appendix X. Section Y Flight engineer examiner rating and endorsements. Appendix Y.
Section Z Glider pilot licence. Appendix Z.
Volume 2. GEL General English language proficiency. AEL Aviation English language proficiency. C1 Communicating in the aviation environment. C2 Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures. C3 Operate aeronautical radio. C4 Manage fuel. C5 Manage passengers and cargo.
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NTS1 Non-technical skills 1. NTS2 Non-technical skills 2. MCO Manage flight during multi-crew operations. NAV Navigate aircraft. RNE Radio navigation — en route. IFF Full instrument panel manoeuvres. IFL Limited instrument panel manoeuvres. CTR Operate at a controlled aerodrome. ONTA Operate at non-towered aerodromes. CTA Operate in controlled airspace. A1 Control aeroplane on the ground.
A2 Take-off aeroplane. A3 Control aeroplane in normal flight. A4 Land aeroplane.
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A5 Aeroplane advanced manoeuvres. A6 Manage abnormal situations — single-engine aeroplanes. AME Operate multi-engine aeroplane. TR-CR Type rating — cruise relief aeroplane. TR-FE Type rating — flight engineer.
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H1 Control helicopter on the ground — stationary. H2 Control helicopter in lift-off, hover and landing. H3 Taxi helicopter. H4 Take-off helicopter and approach to hover. H5 Control helicopter in normal flight.
H6 Control helicopter during advanced manoeuvres. H7 Manage abnormal situations and emergencies — helicopter. GSE Single-engine gyroplane. PPF-G Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures gliders. G1 Control glider on the ground. G2 Take-off glider. G3 Control glider in normal flight. G4 Land glider. G5 Glider advanced manoeuvres. G6 Manage abnormal situations — gliders.
G7 Navigation — gliders. DFE1 Tail wheel aeroplane. DFE2 Retractable undercarriage. DFE3 Manual propeller pitch control. DFE4 Gas turbine engine. DFE5 Multi-engine centreline thrust aeroplane. DFE6 Pressurisation system. DFE7 Floating hull. DFE8 Floatplane and amphibious aircraft. DFE9 Helicopter float alighting gear. IAP2 Conduct an instrument approach 2D.
IAP3 Conduct an instrument approach 3D. Start Free Trial Cancel anytime. Hydrodynamics of Ship Propellers. Uploaded by gerry. Document Information click to expand document information Description: This book reflects the work of a great number of researchers as well as our own experience from research and teaching of hydrodynamics and ship-propeller theory over a combined span of more than 60 years.
Its development began in during the senior author's tenure as visiting professor in the Department of Ocean Engineering, The Technical Univer- sity of Denmark, by invitation from Professor Sv. During this sabbatical year he taught a course based on his knowledge of propel- ler theory garnered over many years as a researcher at Davidson Laborat- ory and professor at Stevens Institute of Technology. Written lecture notes were required, so we were soon heavily engaged in collecting mater- ial and writing a serial story of propeller hydrodynamics with weekly pub- lications.
As that large audience consisted of relatively few masters and doctoral students but many experienced naval architects, it was necessary to show mathematical developments in greater detail and, in addition, to display correlations between theory and practical results. Date uploaded Dec 16, Much more than documents.
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