INSTRUMENTS OF FLIGHT : A GUIDE TO THE PILOT'S FLIGHT PANEL OF A MODERN AIRLINER

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Amazingly illustrated and filled with detailed texts, this excellent book is a guide to the pilot's flight panel of a modern airliner ( 1970's ).

Caractéristiques

Book cover finish
Hardcover ( rounded spine binding )
Features Dedicated copy, dust jacket
Conditions NOS
Nb. of pages 124
Date 1974
Language Anglais
Size 15 x 23 x 2 cm

Description

In the past decade*, aircraft instruments have largely relinquished their individual roles to become part of integrated systems tied to navigation and automatic flight control. Despite the apparent sophistication, the object of this development has been to simplify the pilot's task and reduce this workload.

 

This book takes a close - up look at the instruments and systems of today*. It traces a little of what led up to the present instrument displays, explains the purpose and operational principles of individual instruments, outlines the various information requirements during phases of a typical flight, and describes how the instruments acquire and display this information.

 

* The 1960's.

* 1974.

À PROPOS DE CET AUTEUR
Mervyn Siberry

K. Mervyn Siberry had sixteen years experience in the field of avionics, including eight with Hawker Siddeley Aviation instructing pilots and engineers in the use of instruments, flight systems and autopilots. 


On subsequently joining the British Aircraft Corporation, he was engaged on Concorde Instrumentation during 1971. After having completed a Tristar familiarisation course with the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation ( California, United States ), he then joined Court Line Aviation. 


( source : INSTRUMENTS OF FLIGHT : A GUIDE TO THE PILOT'S FLIGHT PANEL OF A MODERN AIRLINER )

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