By U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration
The complex Avionics guide is a brand new e-book designed to supply common aviation clients with complete details on complicated avionics apparatus on hand in technically complex airplane. This guide introduces the pilot to flight operations in plane with the newest built-in “glass cockpit” complicated avionics platforms. This instruction manual is designed as a technical reference for pilots who function airplane with complex avionics platforms. even if flying a standard plane that includes a international positioning procedure (GPS) navigation receiver or a brand new plane with the newest built-in “glass cockpit” complicated avionics approach, you might want to locate this instruction manual necessary in getting begun. the arriving of latest know-how to basic aviation airplane has generated seen adjustments in 3 parts: details, automation, and suggestions. Pilots now have an exceptional volume of data to be had at their fingertips. digital flight tools use leading edge thoughts to figure out airplane angle, velocity, and altitude, offering a wealth of data in a single or extra built-in shows. a set of cockpit info platforms presents pilots with info approximately plane place, deliberate course, engine future health and function, in addition to surrounding climate, site visitors, and terrain. complicated avionics platforms can instantly practice many projects that pilots and navigators formerly did through hand. for instance, a space navigation (RNAV) or flight administration procedure (FMS) unit accepts an inventory of issues that outline a flight direction, and instantly plays many of the direction, distance, time, and gasoline calculations. as soon as en direction, the FMS or RNAV unit can always music the placement of the plane with appreciate to the flight course, and show the direction, time, and distance ultimate to every element alongside the deliberate direction. An autopilot is able to immediately steerage the airplane alongside the course that has been entered within the FMS or RNAV process. complex avionics practice many features and change the navigator and pilot in such a lot systems. even though, with the opportunity of failure in any given method, the pilot needs to be capable of practice the mandatory services within the occasion of an apparatus failure. Pilot skill to accomplish within the occasion of kit failure(s) ability ultimate present and educated in attaining the guide projects, keeping keep watch over of the airplane manually (referring basically to standby or backup instrumentation), and adhering to the air site visitors keep watch over (ATC) clearance bought or asked. Pilots of recent complex avionics plane needs to research and perform backup systems to take care of their talents and data. threat administration rules require the flight team to constantly have a backup or replacement plan, and/or break out course. complex avionics plane relieve pilots of a lot of the minute-to-minute tedium of daily flights, yet call for even more preliminary and recurrent education to continue the talents and information essential to reply accurately to disasters and emergencies. The FMS or RNAV unit and autopilot provide the pilot various equipment of plane operation. Pilots can practice the navigational projects themselves and manually regulate the airplane, or decide to automate either one of those initiatives and suppose a managerial position because the platforms practice their tasks. equally, details structures now to be had within the cockpit offer many strategies for acquiring info correct to the flight. complicated avionics platforms current 3 vital studying demanding situations as you improve skillability: 1. find out how to function complicated avionics platforms; 2. Which complicated avionics platforms to exploit and while; three. How complex avionics structures have an effect on the pilot and how the pilot flies
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A PFD such as the one shown in Figure 3-16 automatically sets the new course on the navigation indicator when the RNAV computer is engaged in sequencing mode. When an FMS is combined with a traditional course deviation indicator, the pilot must manually set the new course using the OBS knob, unless it is an EHSI, or is slaved. “Slaved” means that there is a servo mechanism in the instrument that will respond to the navigation unit. En Route Sensitivity When operating en route, the FMS maintains a sensitivity of 5 nautical miles (NM); that is, a CDI displaying course indications from the FMS deflects full-scale when the aircraft drifts 5 NM to either side of the desired track to the active waypoint.
950 ATIS Ground Tower Unicom COM RING GPS WPT NRST OBS MSG FPL PROC Select the third subpage of the waypoint 1 page, which shows radio fequencies for any airport in the navigation datebase. Figure 3-21. Accessing communications frequencies in the FMS. Essential Skills 1. Select and monitor the en route portion of the programmed flight route, determining waypoint arrival, approving turn anticipation, and waypoint sequencing. 2. Approve or select the correct course automatically displayed or manually tuned.
CRSR LEG *CRSR* MSG PROC RNG REIGA FPL 0 ALT NRST *CRSR* D CLR ENT PULL SCAN Figure 3-22. Adding and deleting waypoints. 5. Determine that the display CDI sensitivity is satisfactory for the segment being flown. En Route Modifications Part of the challenge of using FMS en route is dealing with modifications to the planned flight route. This section describes five en route modifications. Adding and Deleting Waypoints From the Programmed Route All FMS/RNAV units allow en route (not published departure, arrival or approach) waypoints to be added and deleted to the programmed route.
Advanced Avionics Handbook by U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration