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Multi-Engine Flying

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ISBN-10: 0071421394

ISBN-13: 9780071421393

Edition: 3rd 2004 (Revised)

Authors: Paul A. Craig

List price: $52.00
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* A complete, timely guide to multi-engine flying--from first-time transition through advanced ratings * Covers aerodynamics, systems, and emergency procedures * Prepares pilots for FAA Practical Tests for multi-engine certification * Overviews "new normal" employment requirements and strategies
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Book details

List price: $52.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 10/3/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 381
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.716
Language: English

Paul A. Craig, Ed.D., longtime pilot, FAA award-winning flight instructor, and aviation educator and author, designed and conducted the research described in this book based on his lifelong concern with the high accident rate among general aviation pilots, and in the process of earning his doctorate in education, with special empahsis on pilot decision-making and flight training. A Gold Seal Multiengine Flight Instructor and twice FAA District Flight Instructor of the Year, he has spoken widely to flight instructors and others on improving flight training and safety. He is the author of Be a Better Pilot; Stalls & Spins; Multiengine Flying, 2nd Edition; and Light Airplane Navigation…    

Multiengine Basics
Multiengine Aerodynamics
Stall Speeds
Multiengine V Speeds
Multiengine Aerodynamics
Factors Affecting V[subscript MC]
Power Produced
Uneven Drag
The Law of Levers
The Critical Engine
Weight and Balance
Coordination and Sideslip
Multiengine Takeoff and Landings
Speed Milestones
The Classic Multiengine versus Single-Engine Misunderstanding
Maximum Performance Takeoff
Multiengine Landings
Engine-Out Procedures
Time for Troubleshooting
Securing Failed Engine after Feather
Multiengine Airplane Systems
Multiengine Propeller Systems
Reverse-Thrust Propellers
Propeller Synchronizing
Propeller Ice Control Systems
Multiengine Fuel Systems
The Fuel Pump
Zero Fuel Weight
Multiengine Electrical Systems
Minimum Equipment List and AFMs
Operations with a Minimum Equipment List (MEL)
Operations without a Minimum Equipment List
Advanced Multiengine Flight
The Evolution of the Turboprop
High-Altitude Operations
High-Altitude Aerodynamics
High-Altitude Meteorology
Effects of Hypoxia and TUC
High-Altitude Sicknesses Other than Hypoxia
Causes and Effects of Gas Expansion and Gas Bubble Formations
Flight Training
Pressurization Systems
Superchargers and Turbochargers
Cockpit Resource Management
In Flight
Glass Cockpit Systems
Flight Management Computer
Control Display Unit
Inertial Reference System
Autopilot and Flight Director System
Electronic Flight Instrument System
Global Positioning System
Earning A Multiengine Rating
Computerized and Simulator Training
Computer-Based Training
Flight Training Devices
LOFT Training
Commercial Pilot Practical Test Standard
Airline Transport Pilot Practical Test Standards
The Multiengine Practical Test Standards
Multiengine Oral Examination Questions
Practical Test Standards--Private Pilot
Practical Test Standards--Commercial Pilot
The Multiengine Flight Instructor
Instructor Check Ride
Method of Operation
Flight Instructor Practical Standards--Multiengine Airplane
Instrument Multiengine Flying and the ATP
Real-World Training
The Inner Game of Flying
The Airline Transport Pilot Certificate
Practical Test Standards for the ATP Certificate
Why Multiengine?
Quantity and Quality Flight Time
Flight Time Minima
Pilot Employment Economics
Building Flight Time
The Sharing-Expenses Misunderstanding
The Flight Simulator Controversy
The Safety Pilot Controversy
Hitchhiking on Part 135
Military Crossover Time
False Records