AS 220 Week 10 notes
AS 220 Week 10 notes AS 220
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Date Created: 04/14/16
3/29/2016 Notes: No notes, test today Homework: read sections out of FAA regulations 3/31/2016 Notes: Integration of Unmanned Aircraft systems into the National Airspace System See and avoid (sense and avoid) o Self-separation – this applies a quantitative set of values consistent with an approved airborne separation standard analogues to the visually-based requirement for manned aircraft to remain well clear of the other aircraft. o Collision avoidance – similar to the traffic alert and collision avoidance system technologies implemented on some manned aircraft, this function serves to provide maneuver advisories to avoid an imminent collision with another aircraft. Visual separation: o Avoiding terrain o Following instructions on the surface o Operating with vehicles and other aircraft while on the ground o Adhering to airport signage o Sense and avoid “Well Clear” o State of maintaining a safe distance from other aircraft that would not normally cause the initiation of a collision avoidance maneuver by either aircraft. Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) o Designed to reduce the incidents of mid-air collisions between aircraft Automatic Dependent Surveillance- Broadcast (ADS-B) o Determines its position via satellite navigation and periodically broadcasts it Loss of communications o During loss of COMM, pilot is expected to navigate (routing): As assigned As vectored As expected As filed AVE F Weather o Arrival Visual approach Instrument approach General requirements and assumptions for integration o Visual line of sight vs beyond line of sight Airworthiness o The measure of an aircraft’s suitability for safe flight. Certification of airworthiness is initially conferred by a certificate of airworthiness from a national aviation authority, and is maintained by performing the required maintenance actions. o In the US, Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations, Subchapter F, Part 91.7 states “No person may operate an aircraft unless it is in an airworthy condition.” Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) o FAA o DOD Flight crew training requirements and operational approval