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Aero Engineering 315. Lesson 6 Airspeed Measurement &amp; ICeT. Overview/Outcomes. Define indicated, calibrated, equivalent, and true airspeeds Describe position error Define ground speed

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### Aero Engineering 315

Lesson 6Airspeed Measurement & ICeT

Overview/Outcomes
• Define indicated, calibrated, equivalent, and true airspeeds
• Describe position error
• Define ground speed
• Explain the relationship between indicated, calibrated, equivalent and true airspeeds and perform ICeT calculations
How will today’s lesson matter?
• A key flight parameter for any aircraft during any phase of flight is its AIRSPEED
• This lesson provides the theory and procedures to convert from one type of airspeed to another
• You WILL use this in UPT/UNT
Summary

I ndicated airspeed

C alibrated airspeed

e quivalent airspeed

T rue airspeed

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Example

An F-16 is flying at 20,000 ft on a standard day at an indicated airspeed of 305 kts. The position error for this condition is -5 kts. Find true airspeed.

Next Lesson (7)…
• Prior to Class
• Work homework problems 11 thru 13