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What is needed from a student?
Fill out an IACRA and TSA Endorsement
prior to the solo you want to be sure that the student is ready for flight.
go up on a flight prior to the solo and do the same flight as you are expecting
When instructing you need to have a "Big Brother" mentality when talking about...
Hazards in flight. You need to be explicit with what you say to the student to get the point across.
The primary newton's law of motion that relates to aerodynamics is?
Newton's 3rd law
Don't do what when you teach aerodynamics?
Don't teach that the air going over the top of the airfoil is traveling farther than the air underneath the wing.
Instead teach that the air is accelerated over the top more than on the bottom. In fact the air over the top of the wing is accelerated more and will reach the trailing edge before the air underneath the wing
Be sure to teach the imbalances of the 4 forces of flight and not just the balanced state.
The reason for this is because it is to simple when the forces of flight are balanced and the aircraft is rarely in this state.
In order for the flight controls to work you need?
Airflow, this meaning you need airspeed
Trim controls is the most failed topic on the ground of CFI Checkrides?
Most students get confused with their own explanation of how trim works.
Load factor is anther one of the most commonly failed topic on CFI Ground for several reasons?
Most students don't have a solid understand of the effects of load factor. There are lots of gray areas for intiatial CFI instructors regarding load factor.
When teaching stability teach the student what type of stability we want in our aircraft.
In the training aircraft we want a stable aircraft.
Density altitude has three factors when calculating it which are?
Pressure, temperature, humidity
Have the expectation that your student will understand and be able to apply...
Performances limitations and practices
Wake Turbulence is influenced by...
Weight and wingspan refer to PHAK.
You can do steep turns in turbulence, but...
Beware of how severe it is and then determine whether you can remain in control of the aircraft.
Bernolli's Principle does not equal lift!
Lift changes with airspeed and angle of attack. Newton's 3rd law explains how we get lift by the equal force being applied, but in the opposite direction.
More if you have two rivers that are converging and one is faster than the other. The faster flowing river will exert more force and turn the flow of the river in the direction of the increased force.
On an aircraft the air flowing over the top of the wing that is accelerated is exerting more force and aiding the downwash from the wing. This downwash takes advantage of Newton's 3rd law which causes for an equal upward curve to be exerted on the wing and giving the aircraft lift.
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