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IFH Chapter 7: Part 2

Updated: Apr 12, 2022

CHAPTER TITLE: Airplane Basic Flight Maneuvers Using an Electronic Flight Display


Below is a list of the figures (diagrams, charts, and pictures) from the IFH Chapter 7 Part 2. They are listed in the order they are found in the Instrument Flying Handbook.


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FIGURE 7-47

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


FIGURE 7-48

Pitch attitude decreasing and airspeed increasing—indicates need to increase pitch.


FIGURE 7-49

Various pitch attitudes (right), aircraft shown in level flight.


FIGURE 7-50

Pitch indications for various attitudes (1° through 5°).


FIGURE 7-51

Pitch illustrated at 10°.


FIGURE 7-52

Attitude indicator.


FIGURE 7-53

Attitude indicator showing a 15° left bank.


FIGURE 7-54

Slip/skid and turn rate indicator.


FIGURE 7-55

An aircraft decreasing in airspeed while gaining altitude. In this case, the pilot has decreased pitch.


FIGURE 7-56

Figure shows both an increase in speed and altitude where pitch adjustment alone is insufficient. In this situation, a reduction of power is also necessary.


FIGURE 7-57

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


FIGURE 7-58

Straight-and-level flight (airspeed decreasing).


FIGURE 7-59

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


FIGURE 7-60

Cross-check supporting instruments.


FIGURE 7-61

Insufficient cross-check. The problem is power and not nose-high. In this case, the pilot decreased pitch inappropriately.


FIGURE 7-62

The pilot has fixated on pitch and altitude, leaving bank indications unattended. Note the trend line to the left.


FIGURE 7-63

Constant airspeed climb from cruise airspeed.


FIGURE 7-64

Constant airspeed climb from established airspeed.


FIGURE 7-65

Constant rate climbs.


FIGURE 7-66

The top image illustrates a reduction of power and descending at 500 fpm to an altitude of 5,000 feet. The bottom image Figure 5-22. Level-off airspeed higher than descent airspeed. illustrates an increase in power and the initiation of leveling off.


FIGURE 7-67

Standard rate turn—constant airspeed.


FIGURE 7-68

Steep left turn.


FIGURE 7-69

Unusual attitude recovery protection. Note the brown horizon line is visible at the bottom.


FIGURE 7-70

Horizon line starts moving upward at 27°. Note that the blue sky remains visible at 17° nose-down.


FIGURE 7-71

Aircraft rolled past 60°.


FIGURE 7-72

Unusual attitude protection with valid AHRS.


FIGURE 7-73

AHRS unit failed.


FIGURE 7-74

AHRS ADC failure.


FIGURE 7-75

This autopilot requires roll information from a turn coordinator.


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