attitude indicator


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attitude indicator

attitude indicator

An instrument which displays the attitude of the aircraft by reference to sources of information which may be contained within the instrument or be external to it. When the sources of information are self-contained, the instrument may be referred to as an artificial horizon.
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From a technical standpoint, the main thing that differentiates the $2449 G5 heading indicator from the $2195 G5 attitude indicator is a remote heading sensor.
Considerable variation on both of the research attitude indicators, fear of research (from the fear-of-research survey question) and appeal of research (from the Research Course Appeal Index), supported this study's primary hypothesis that social work students entering their first research class will report a wide range of attitudes about learning research (see Figures 1 and 2).
There is very strong evidence, therefore, that the inclusion of worker attitude indicator variables substantially improves the explanatory power of the model.
This typically lets aircraft owners remove the existing ADI or attitude gyro, such as the familiar KI-256, and replace it on the panel with a more affordable attitude indicator as the backup instrumentation.
This stupid mechanical attitude indicator must have failed and you're not pitched up.
Under the EASA STC, the G5 electronic flight instrument is approved for installation in place of the aircraft's primary attitude indicator or turn coordinator via a Garmin-held STC for hundreds of certified fixed-wing aircraft models.
At the time, Sandia Aerospace finally emerged from the trenches of TSO certification with its SAI-340 Quattro backup attitude indicator.
Contract awarded for Yeosu purchase spare parts Air Force CN-235 aircraft attitude indicator
Ever since we showed up for undergraduate pilot training, pilots have been taught to use the control instruments--the attitude indicator and power instruments--to control the aircraft, and the performance instruments--altimeter, airspeed indicator, vertical velocity indicator, heading, and angle of attack scale--to monitor aircraft performance.
They referred to the C-12 NATOPS, which states the standby attitude indicator is only required during flight in IMC or at night.
The PFD display increases the pilot's attitude indication by over 50 percent over a traditional 3-inch attitude indicator.
We also recommend that a pilot install or obtain some additional instrument reference be it standby vacuum, an additional attitude indicator or tablet computer app tied to an ADS-B receiver.

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