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CHAPTER FOURTEEN
PITOT STATIC SYSTEM
1400. INTRODUCTION
As student aviators, it is necessary for you to become familiar with the T-34C pitot static system.
You must also become familiar with the location, operation, and purpose of various components
to be able to interpret the pitot static instruments correctly. The pitot static instruments consist of
the airspeed indicator, altimeter, and vertical speed indicator (VSI).
1401. LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Terminal Objective
14.0  Upon completion of this chapter, the student will demonstrate a knowledge of the T-34C
pitot static system characteristics.
Enabling Objectives
14.1
Identify the air inputs to the pitot static indicators.
14.2
State the location and purpose of the pitot tube.
14.3
Describe the purpose and operation of the pitot heater.
14.4
Identify the precautions to be observed with the use of the pitot heater.
14.5
State the location and purpose of the static ports.
14.6
State the location, purpose and control of the alternate static air source.
14.7
State the location, description and purpose of the airspeed indicator.
14.8
State the location, description and purpose of the altimeters.
14.9
Explain the purpose and operation of the altimeter internal vibrator.
14.10 Explain the encoding feature of the front cockpit altimeter.
14.11 State the location, description and purpose of the vertical speed indicator.
PITOT STATIC SYSTEM 14-1


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