UJPT BIFP-08, E2-C2, ADV, & IUT BIFP-04
Stalls, Unusual Attitudes, and Acrobatics
Sg 3, fr 3
Sg 3, fr 2
STALLS AND UNUSUAL ATTITUDES
Stalls on instruments
PARTIAL PANEL RECOVERIES:
Unusual attitude recoveries
The same recovery procedures are employed
as for full panel, except you will derive
Partial panel unusual attitude recoveries
attitude information from the standby attitude
indicator (AI) instead of the ADI.
* Scanning the ADI
T-45 Scale Model
III. Partial panel unusual attitude recoveries 22.214.171.124.1.1, 126.96.36.199.2.1
What will be the only significant change when
performing unusual attitudes partial panel?
ANSWER: The standby AI will be substituted for the ADI.
Partial Panel unusual attitude recoveries are accomplished by using the same
procedures as full panel, except you will derive attitude information from the standby
attitude indicator instead of the ADI.
Resist any tendency to refer to the ADI. Because of the standby AI's smaller size and
different location, you will have to adjust your scan pattern.
You may tend to overcontrol the aircraft during a recovery when using the standby AI
because the relative amount of displacement appears to be less than you would see
when using the ADI. Additionally, you will have to look carefully at the standby AI
when determining your attitude because it is somewhat harder to read than the ADI.
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