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  1. Commercial Pilot PPIL 211

  2. Bernard F. King Barney

  3. Contact • Office 785 826-2683 • Home 785 823-5747 • Room 104 • kingb@sal.ksu.edu

  4. Syllabus

  5. Uniforms • Blue Shirt with epaulet • Navy blue tie (plain) • Navy slacks (no jeans) • Clean shaven • Dress shoes • No Caps on in the classroom

  6. Important Dates • September 5 Last withdrawal day 100% • September 22 Last withdrawal day with 50% refund • September 30 Last day to withdraw without a W being recorded • November Last day you can withdraw from a class

  7. Incomplete Grades • There should be none.

  8. Aviation Careers • Flight Instruction • Regional Airlines • Major Airlines • Corporate Flying • Aerial Application • Military Aviation • Coast Guard

  9. Safety • Safety Officer • Safety Policy • Hazard Reports • NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System • Clothing • Survival Equipment • Wings

  10. Aircraft Engines • C150 • O200 Continental • 100 Horsepower • Sundowner • O360 Lycoming • 180 Horsepower

  11. Aircraft Engines • T41 • IO360 Continental • 210 Horsepower • Bonanza • IO520 Continental • 285 horsepower

  12. Aircraft Engines • Duke • TIO541Lycoming • 380 Horsepower • Baron • TSIO520 Continental • 325 Horsepower

  13. Aircraft Engines • C421 • GTSIO520 Continental • 375 Horsepower • Stearman PT-17 • R670 • 220 Horsepower

  14. Aircraft Engines • Turboprop • Turboshaft

  15. Aircraft Engines • Turboprop • A turboprop engine uses thrust to turn a propeller. • Turboshaft • Instead of driving a propeller, the turbine shaft is connected to a transmission system that drives helicopter rotor blades; electrical generators, compressors and pumps; and marine propulsion drives for naval vessels,

  16. Aviation Engines • Turbojet

  17. Aviation Engines • Turbojet • The hot gases exit at the rear of the engine, giving the aircraft its forward push ... action, reaction !

  18. Aviation Engines • Turbofan

  19. Aviation Engines • Turbofan • A turbofan engine is basically a turbojet to which a fan has been added to create high bypass ratios for subsonic flight. The fan causes more air to flow around (bypass) the engine. This produces greater thrust and reduces specific fuel consumption