Chapter 8 – Aircraft in Motion
Sponsored Links
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
1 / 64

Chapter 8 – Aircraft in Motion PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 59 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Chapter 8 – Aircraft in Motion. THIS DAY IN AVIATION. August 26 1922 — Lt. Brackpapa flies a course 4 times at 336.468 mph in a Fiat biplane powered by a 700-hp Fiat engine. . THIS DAY IN AVIATION. August 26

Download Presentation

Chapter 8 – Aircraft in Motion

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Chapter 8 – Aircraft in Motion


THIS DAY IN AVIATION

  • August 26

  • 1922 — Lt. Brackpapa flies a course 4 times at 336.468 mph in a Fiat biplane powered by a 700-hp Fiat engine.


THIS DAY IN AVIATION

  • August 26

  • 1925 — In a record that would stand until Feb. 24, 1983, Farman Parker of Anderson, Indiana becomes the world's youngest pilot to fly solo.

  • Born on January 9, 1912, he flies at the age of 13 years, 7 months, 17 days.


THIS DAY IN AVIATION

  • August 26

  • 1929 — The first flight of the largest trimotor transport aircraft built by Fokker, the F.IX, takes to the air on its first flight.

  • The prototype (PH-AGA) was handed over to KLM on May 8, 1930, and given the name “Adelaar” (Eagle).


THIS DAY IN AVIATION

  • August 26

  • 1949 — $29,192,000 contract awarded to Pratt & Whitney by Navy for R-4360-53 “Wasp Major” engines.


THIS DAY IN AVIATION

  • August 26

  • 1949 — Air Force awards Sikorsky Aircraft a $1 million contract for five H-19A helicopters.


THIS DAY IN AVIATION

  • August 26

  • 1954 — The Bell X-1A rocket aircraft reached a record official altitude of 90,443 feet.


THIS DAY IN AVIATION

  • August 26

  • 1959 — French flyer Jacqueline Auriol, piloting the “Mirage III,” becomes the first woman to attain the speed of Mach 2.


THIS DAY IN AVIATION

  • August 26

  • 1959 — President Eisenhower replaces his airplane with a jet, a USAF VC-137A, which is a modified Boeing 707 jet-airliner.

  • The switch allows the President to cut his travel time in half.


Questions / Comments


August 2013


Questions / Comments


Chapter 8 – Aircraft in Motion


Today’s Mission Requirements

  • Mission:

  • Identify the basic parts of a conventional airplane.

  • Describe the three types of landing gear arrangements.

  • EQ:

    Describe an aircraft in motion and how the axes of rotation, flight controls, flight instruments and engines contribute to understanding flight.


Aircraft

Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts

EMPENNAGE


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts

EMPENNAGE


Landing Gear

  • Three Types

    • Conventional

      • 2 fwd, 1 rear

    • Tricycle

      • Nose wheel and two on the side

    • Tandem

      • Two sets wheels one behind the other on the fuselage

      • AV-8B / B-52– requires outrigger gear


Lab Time


Questions / Comments


Today’s Mission Requirements

  • Mission:

  • Identify the basic parts of a conventional airplane.

  • Name the three axes of flight.

  • Describe the locations of the three axes of rotation with a regard to a conventional airplane.

  • EQ:

    Describe an aircraft in motion and how the axes of rotation, and flight controls contribute to understanding flight.


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts

EMPENNAGE


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts


Basic Airplane and its Parts

EMPENNAGE


Today’s Mission Requirements

  • Mission:

  • Identify the basic parts of a conventional airplane.

  • Describe the three types of landing gear arrangements.

  • EQ:

    Describe an aircraft in motion and how the axes of rotation, flight controls, flight instruments and engines contribute to understanding flight.


Landing Gear

  • Three Types

    • Conventional

      • 2 fwd, 1 rear

    • Tricycle

      • Nose wheel and two on the side

    • Tandem

      • Two sets wheels one behind the other on the fuselage

      • AV-8B / B-52– requires outrigger gear


Questions / Comments


  • Login