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T-34C AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS FAMILIARIZATION
CHAPTER SEVEN
WORKBOOK
CHAPTER SEVEN
PROPELLER
700.
INTRODUCTION
As student aviators, it is necessary for you to become familiar with the T-34C propeller. You
must also become familiar with the location and operation of various propeller components and
forces to be capable of operating the T-34C propeller safely and effectively. This lesson
demonstrates propeller operation on the ground.
701.
LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Terminal Objective
7.0
Upon completion of this chapter, the student will demonstrate knowledge of the T-34C
propeller characteristics.
Enabling Objectives
7.1
Describe the propeller used on the T-34C aircraft.
7.2
Describe the major components of the propeller.
7.3
Describe the components of the pitch change assembly.
7.4
Define propeller blade angle.
7.5
Explain the three basic blade angles.
7.6
Explain the relationship between blade angle and propeller RPM.
7.7
Identify the forces that drive the propeller to a high blade angle.
7.8
Identify the forces that drive the propeller to a low blade angle.
7.9
Describe the location, purpose, and operation of the beta valve.
7.10
Describe the correct condition lever position to select BETA.
7.11
Explain the "beta" condition and the forces which cause it.
7.12
State the conditions required to select beta with the PCL.
PROPELLER 7-1


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