Jeppesen Private Pilot Ground Review Chapter 3, Section B

Key Terms:

 

Stability

Positive Static Stability

Positive Dynamic Stability

Maneuverability

Controllability

Longitudinal Axis

Lateral Axis

Vertical Axis

Center of Gravity (CG)

Longitudinal Stability

Center of Pressure

 

 

Center of Lift

CG Range

Tail-Down Force

Thrustline

Lateral Stability

Dihedral

Sweepback

Keel Effect

Directional Stability

Dutch Roll

Spiral Instability

 

Power-Off Stalls

Power-On Stalls

Accelerated Stalls

Crossed-Control Stall

Secondary Stall

Spin

Erect Spin

Inverted Spin

Flat Spin

Incipient Spin

Fully Developed Spin

Spin Recovery

B: Ailerons

C: Rudder

if an error occurs, please copy and paste into desired email program or write down answers on separate sheet of paper to go over during the next lesson.

Student Center

1: Referring to the airplane diagram below, identify the three axes of flight and the type of movement associated with each axis.

Match the following control surface with the associated aircraft movement

A: Elevator (or stabilator)

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