022 - Instrumentation 

franck sallers instructor theoretical training atpl airplane pilot experienced atplschool remote visio live learning
Franck Sallers 
patrice marinaro instructor theoretical training atpl airplane pilot experimente atplschool remote visio live learning
Parice Marinaro 

Introduction

The operation of the various systems acquired requires instruments to manage them.
These are essential for pilots for speeds, navigation and monitoring machine operation.

The points that will be developed during the videoconference sessions will be as follows:

General

  • Capacitive gauges
  • EPR / N1 (tone wheel)

Magnetism

  • Rescue compass (errors)
  • Flow valve

Gyros 

  • Principles of operation / characteristics
  • INS / IRS 

AFCS 

  • CWS / TCS 
  • Mach trim / Pitch trim 
  • Auto land ( fail passive / fail opérationnel ) 
  • Yaw Damper ( Dutch Roll) 
  • FADEC 
  • CPDLC 
  • SWS / SPS 
  • TCAS 
  • EFB 
  • FANS / CPDLC 

       

       

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Officials LO's  ( Learning objectives) 

022 00 00 00 – Aircraft General Knowledge – Instrumentation 
022 01 00 00 – Sensors and Instruments 
022 02 00 00 – Measurement of Air Data Parameters 
022 03 00 00 – Magnetism – Direct Reading Compass and Flux Valve 
022 04 00 00 – Gyroscopic Instruments 
022 05 00 00 – Inertial Navigation 
022 06 00 00 – Aeroplane : Auto Flight Controls Systems 
022 08 00 00 – Trims – Yaw Damper – Flight Envelope protection 
022 09 00 00 – Autothrust – Automatic Thrust Control System 
022 10 00 00 – Communication Systems 
022 11 00 00 – Flight Management System (FMS) Flight Management and Guidance System (FMGS) 
022 12 00 00 – Alerting Systems – Proximity systems 
022 13 02 00 – Integrated Onstruments – Electronic Dispalys 
022 14 00 00 – Maintenance Monitoring and Recording Systems 
022 15 00 00 – Digital Circuits and Computers 

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The Objectives of Theoretical ATPL Airline Pilot Training

In the cockpit, the pilot receives information on the state of the aircraft concerning its position, speed, altitude and many others.
In order to be able to detect any anomaly, the operating principle of each instrument is explained.
Automatic piloting systems and engine component monitoring systems are also analyzed.

Requirements

  • Theoretical ATPL course support

Target Audience

  • New Interns

Chapters

9h

1. General characteristics and definitions

2. Pitot and static sources

3. Air temperature measurement

4. The airspeed indicator (ASI)

5. The pressure altimeter

6. The vertical speedometer

7. The machmeter

8. Aerial data calculator

9. Terrestrial magnetism

10. The direct indication compass

11. Gyroscopes

12. Directional gyro indicator (DGI)

13. The artificial horizon

14. The turn and slip indicator

15. The turn coordinator

16. Aircraft magnetism

17. Magnetic compass remote indicator

18. Inertial navigation systems

19. Inertial reference system

20. Radio altimeter

21. Flight management system

22. Electronic flight information systems

23. Base computers

24. Future Air Navigation Systems (FANS)

25. Automatic piloting and control systems

26. Flight director systems

27. Autopilot

28. Autoland 

29. Autothrottle 

30. Yaw dampers

31. Control laws

32. AFCS Review Questions

33. Warning and recording systems

34. Theft warning systems

35. Aerodynamic warnings

36. Ground proximity warning system

37. Airborne collision and collision avoidance system

38. Engine instrumentation

39. Flight data recorder

40. Cockpit voice recorder

41. Powertrain and systems monitoring instrumentation

42. Electronic instrumentation

Your Instructors

Franck Sallers 

Flight Engineer Officer (OMN)

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Naval Aircraft Engineer. Today Teacher in aeronautical maintenance in the national education. He has extensive experience as a trainer in the aeronautical field.
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Parice Marinaro 

Line pilot

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46 Students
Military Air Transport Navigator with the Captain's qualification, he has totaled 6,000 flight hours on machines such as the C160 Transall, in-flight refueling.
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Duration 9  hours
Language
French

Necessary material

  • Requires ATPL Theoretical course material ("Resources" tab or ATPLDOC Library).
  • Content of the training developed during the Face-to-Face training.

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