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indicated airspeed

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The FAA's Airplane Flying Handbook (FAA-H-8083-3A) includes the following discussion of accelerated stalls: "At the same gross weight, airplane configuration, and power setting, a given airplane will consistently stall at the same indicated airspeed if no acceleration is involved.
The G5 also serves as the autopilot's mode annunciator and for inputting flying commands like altitude changes and setting vertical speed and indicated airspeed holds.
The system is controlled by an electric actuator, which blocks rudder travel, according to indicated airspeed.
When flying at mid-range airspeeds (50-100 knots indicated airspeed, KIAS) often used for instrument approaches, the MH-60R BARALT indicates 40-to-60 feet (nominally 50 feet) lower than it should.
Knowing these parameters, true and equivalent airspeeds could be estimated from the indicated airspeed using Equation (1).
82 Mach, and 350 knots indicated airspeed, which equates to a true airspeed of 550 mph at 25,000 ft.
Our long range cruise setting, 1,400 rpm and enough manifold pressure to maintain about 160 mph indicated airspeed, we used about 50 gallons/hour.
Indeed, in the altitude range where birds are commonly a factor, up to 10,000ft, speeds are often restricted by regulation to 250 knots indicated airspeed, which would mean up to 300 knots true airspeed, depending on the ambient temperature.
According to the NATOPS manual, after a cat-shot with zero indicated airspeed and altitude, the first step is to eject
With an approach speed of 186 knots indicated airspeed, significantly higher than normal approach and landing speeds, Capt Wright was concerned with a landing distance that approached 90 percent of the runway available.
At 14,500 feet and at an indicated airspeed of 160 knots, the aircraft shuddered and went into a spin to the left.
A racetrack pattern of about 1 x 5 nautical mi was flown at a 230-kt indicated airspeed and an altitude of 3,700 ft.