Learning to Fly
The first aviation first law is to train on safety in the field and flight. The fundamental air law is to have certified and qualified airman in every flight performance.
The aircraft flight precautions are always the first lesson. It will then move to aircraft types and their operational part. Let’s start with the basic aircraft part.
The first thing read more will be power plant which in this case is engine power. Different aircraft use different types of the engine depending on size and capacity. There are different types of engines depending on the model of manufactures. These are other consideration before pilot training. There are two types of an engine according to an operation of power plant. Piston an engine is used in light aircraft, and the large aircraft use the jet engine.
The jet engines are installed on the wing. The the part from aircraft nose to aircraft tail is called fuselage. The aircraft body is referred to as fuselage that holds passels and passage. There are some aircraft that their engines are mounted on the fuselage. Aircraft body is divided into three part. The first section is the cockpit.
The second section is the middle section that holds the main wings. The stabilizers are small rear wings attached in the last section known as the trailing group. The stabilizers hold a sub unit on their trailing edge; these sub units are rudder on the vertical stabilizer and tabs on the horizontal stabilizers. Some controls of aircraft movements are controlled by use of these units in against the air. The down and up movement is controlled by the tail sub unit.
The Trailing side of the main arm holds a subunits. Ailerons are subunits that are mounted at the trailing end of the main arm at the outer part of the wing. the primary goal of the subunits is controlled. The control unit mounted on the trailing edge of the main wing plays a banking control of aircraft. The control stick from pilot section is interconnected to all control unit.
The controls keep the aircraft balanced for trip by the use of control stick in cockpit. Pulling the aircraft control stick moves the tail down and nose up. The a force of control unit downwards will lift the tail unit up making the aircraft nose to face down. The the plane will bank by moving the aircraft ailerons. The movement of the control stick on the right side moves ailerons up and bank the aircraft on the right, and the action of the control stick on the left moves the ailerons down causing the plane to bank on the left.
The other controls source are airbrakes on the main wing inner part. Airbrake controls the rate by protruding in against the airflow. The an engine produces power by throwing the air backward that moves the aircraft forward in the same force. Aircraft the driver operates differently depending on models. Jet engine use air combustion back throw power by use of air fans while the piston engine use the propeller to suck air backward.