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AFH Chapter 5

Updated: Apr 19, 2022

CHAPTER TITLE: Maintaining Aircraft Control: Upset Prevention and Recovery Training


Below is a list of the figures (diagrams, charts, and pictures) from the AFH Chapter 5. They are listed in the order they are found in the Airplane Flying Handbook.


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FIGURE 5-1

Maneuvers that better prepare a pilot for understanding unusual attitudes and situations are representative of upset training.


FIGURE 5-2

Some differences between aerobatic training and upset prevention and recovery training.


FIGURE 5-3

Upset recovery template.


FIGURE 5-4

A Level D full-flight simulator could be used for UPRT.


FIGURE 5-5

Coordinated flight in a turn.


FIGURE 5-6

Angle-of-attack in degrees.


FIGURE 5-7

Slow flight—low airspeed, high angle of attack, high power, and constant altitude.


FIGURE 5-8

Critical angle of attack and stall.


FIGURE 5-9

A conceptual representation of an AOA indicator. It is important to become familiar with the equipment installed in a specific airplane.


FIGURE 5-10

Stall recovery template.


FIGURE 5-11

Power-off stall and recovery.


FIGURE 5-12

Power-on stall.


FIGURE 5-13

Secondary stall.


FIGURE 5-14

Elevator trim stall.


FIGURE 5-15

Spin—an aggravated stall and autorotation.


FIGURE 5-16

Spin Entry and Recovery.


FIGURE 5-17

Spin recovery template.


FIGURE 5-18

Spiral dive recovery template.


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