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IFH Chapter 7: Part 1

Updated: Apr 12, 2022

CHAPTER TITLE: Airplane Basic Flight Maneuvers Using Analog Instrumentation


Below is a list of the figures (diagrams, charts, and pictures) from the IFH Chapter 7 Part 1. They are listed in the order they are found in the Instrument Flying Handbook.


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FIGURE 7-1

Pitch attitude and airspeed in level flight, slow cruise speed.


FIGURE 7-2

Pitch attitude and airspeed in level flight, fast cruise speed.


FIGURE 7-3

Pitch attitude and airspeed in level flight, normal cruise speed.


FIGURE 7-4

Pitch correction for level flight, one-half bar width.


FIGURE 7-5

Pitch correction for level flight, one bar width.


FIGURE 7-6

Pitch correction for level flight, one-and-one-half bar width.


FIGURE 7-7

Using the altimeter for pitch interpretation, a high altitude means a nose-high pitch attitude.


FIGURE 7-8

Pitch correction following altitude increase—lower nose to correct altitude error.


FIGURE 7-9

Altitude error, less than 100 feet.


FIGURE 7-10

Pitch correction, less than 100 feet—one-half bar low to correct altitude error.


FIGURE 7-11

Altitude error, greater than 100 feet.


FIGURE 7-12

Pitch correction, greater than 100 feet—one bar correction initially.


FIGURE 7-13

Constant power plus constant pitch equals constant speed.


FIGURE 7-14

Constant power plus decreased pitch equals increased airspeed.


FIGURE 7-15

Constant power plus increased pitch equals decreased airspeed.


FIGURE 7-16

Instruments used for bank control.


FIGURE 7-17

Bank interpretation with the attitude indicator.


FIGURE 7-18

Skid indication.


FIGURE 7-19

Slip indication.


FIGURE 7-20

Airspeed low and altitude high—lower pitch.


FIGURE 7-21

Airspeed and altitude high—lower pitch and reduce power.


FIGURE 7-22

Straight-and-level flight (normal cruising speed).


FIGURE 7-23

Straight-and-level flight (airspeed decreasing).


FIGURE 7-24

Straight-and-level flight (reduced airspeed stabilized).


FIGURE 7-25

Climb entry for constant airspeed climb.


FIGURE 7-26

Stabilized climb at constant airspeed.


FIGURE 7-27

Stabilized climb at constant rate.


FIGURE 7-28

Airspeed low and vertical speed high—reduce pitch.


FIGURE 7-29

Level off at cruising speed.


FIGURE 7-30

Constant airspeed descent, airspeed high—reduce power.


FIGURE 7-31

Level off airspeed higher than descent airspeed.


FIGURE 7-32

Level off at descent airspeed.


FIGURE 7-33

Standard rate turn, constant airspeed.


FIGURE 7-34

Turn coordinator calibration.


FIGURE 7-35

North and south turn error.


FIGURE 7-36

Steep left turn.


FIGURE 7-37

Diving spiral.


FIGURE 7-38

Change of airspeed during turn.


FIGURE 7-39

Unusual attitude—nose-high.


FIGURE 7-40

Unusual attitude—nose-low.


FIGURE 7-41

Racetrack pattern (entire pattern in level flight).


FIGURE 7-42

Standard procedure turn (entire pattern in level flight).


FIGURE 7-43

80/260 procedure turn (entire pattern in level flight).


FIGURE 7-44

Teardrop pattern (entire pattern in level flight).


FIGURE 7-45

Circling approach pattern I (imaginary runway).


FIGURE 7-46

Circling approach pattern II (imaginary runway).


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