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Ամբողջությամբ դիտվող - 1982
acceptable accordance addition Administrator aileron aircraft airplane airworthiness altitude Amdt amended approved assumed brake climb compartment complete compliance comply components conducted considered continuous crew critical demonstrated determined device direction distance effect emergency engine equal equipment established exceed FAA policies factor failure feet fire flaps flight flight tests flow force fuel gravity ground indicator inspection installed intended landing gear least less limit lines load load factor located maneuvers Manual manufacturer marked material maximum means ments necessary normal obtained operation paragraph path percent performance permit pilot plane policies which apply portion position possible prescribed pressure procedure propeller range regulations result retracted rotor rotorcraft safe safety side specified speed stalling standard strength structure Supp surface take-off tank temperature tests tion trim type certificate unless vertical weight wheel wing
Էջ 154 - ... considering the dimensional characteristics of the safety belt installation for the specific seat or berth arrangement. The webbing of each safety belt shall be replaced as required by the Administrator.
Էջ 623 - As defined in the Federal Aviation Regulations: " 'Maintenance' means inspection, overhaul, repair, preservation, and the replacement of parts, but excludes preventive maintenance." " 'Preventive maintenance' means simple or minor preservation operations and the replacement of small standard parts not involving complex assembly operations.
Էջ 596 - Critical altitude" means the maximum altitude at which, in standard atmosphere, it is possible to maintain, at a specified rotational speed, a specified power or a specified manifold pressure. Unless otherwise stated, the critical altitude is the maximum altitude at which it is possible to maintain, at the maximum continuous rotational speed, one of the following: (1) The maximum continuous power, in the case of engines for which this power rating is the same at sea level and at the rated altitude.
Էջ 119 - Skis. Each ski must be approved. The maximum limit load rating of each ski must equal or exceed the maximum limit load determined under the applicable ground load requirements of this Part. FLOATS AND HULLS § 25.751 Main float buoyancy.
Էջ 222 - The means used for trimming the airplane shall be such that, after being trimmed and without further pressure upon or movement of either the primary control or its corresponding trim control by the pilot or the automatic pilot, the airplane will maintain...
Էջ 125 - Doors. Closed cabins on all aircraft carrying passengers shall be provided with at least one adequate and easily accessible external door. No passenger door shall be located in the plane of rotation of an inboard propeller, nor within 5° thereof as measured from the propeller hub.
Էջ 242 - The speed V, shall denote the calibrated stalling speed, or the minimum steady flight speed at which the airplane is controllable, in...
Էջ 89 - The airplane shall be assumed to be subjected to rolling and yawing maneuvers as described in the following conditions, unbalanced aerodynamic moments about the center of gravity shall be reacted In a rational or conservative manner considering the principal masses furnishing the reacting Inertia forces.
Էջ 81 - Any short period oscillation occurring between stalling speed and maximum permissible speed shall be heavily damped with the primary controls (1) free, and (2) in a fixed position.