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Aviator's guide to navigation

Author: Donald J Clausing
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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From the Publisher: Improve your piloting skills with today's best navigation guide-now updated with the latest cockpit technology and tools! The Aviator's Guide to Navigation has been revised and updated to equip experienced pilots and aviation students with a complete tutorial on modern navigation systems. From the basics of dead reckoning to the most advanced "glass cockpit" EFIS systems, the Fourth Edition of  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Donald J Clausing
ISBN: 9780071477208 0071477209
OCLC Number: 76902006
Description: xvi, 271 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Acknowledgments --
Introduction --
1: Pilotage And Dead Reckoning --
Principles of dead reckoning --
VFR applications --
IFR applications --
Remote area and overwater DR --
Emergency instrument navigation --
Advanced applications --
Conclusion --
2: VOR Navigation Fundamentals --
Principles of operation --
Identification --
Orientation --
Drift --
Wind correction --
Tracking --
Positioning --
Testing --
Limitations --
Conclusion --
3: Distance Measuring Equipment --
Collocation of VOR and DME --
VOR/DME, VORTAC, and TACAN --
Principles of operation --
Accuracy --
General operation --
Derivative information --
Identification --
Capacity --
Slant range error --
DME arcs --
Rho-rho navigation --
Conclusion --
4: VOR/DME Navigation --
VFR VOR navigation --
Victor Airway system --
Victor Airway routes --
Victor Airway characteristics --
Flying the Victor Airways --
Magnetic alignment --
Nonstandard changeover points --
Dogleg airways --
Intersections --
Reception altitudes --
Jet routes --
Dual VOR techniques --
Radio magnetic indicators --
Conclusion --
5: VOR/DME Area Navigation --
Theory of operation --
Method of operation --
VFR applications --
IFR applications --
Limitations --
Conclusion --
6: NDB Navigation --
Principles of operation --
ADF operation --
NDB types and locations --
ADF indicators --
NBD navigation techniques --
Limitations --
Accuracy --
Conclusion --
7: Ground-Based Radar Navigation --
Role of radar in air navigation --
Radar principles --
Secondary versus primary radar --
Practical applications --
Conclusion. 8: Instrument Approaches --
Common elements --
VOR and NDB approaches --
ILS approaches --
Localizer approaches --
LDA and SDF approaches --
Circling approaches --
Microwave landing system --
GPS approaches --
RNP approaches --
APV approaches --
Conclusion-the end of an era --
9: Principles Of Global Navigation --
Global navigation --
Global position --
Poles, the equator, and the Prime Meridian --
International Date Line --
Global quadrants --
Latitude --
Longitude --
Degrees of precision --
Coordinates --
Unique lines of latitude --
Course --
Track --
Conclusion-global navigation versus airways navigation --
10: Loran-C Navigation --
Loran-C theory of operation --
Areas of coverage --
Control-display units --
Initialization --
Applications --
Limitations --
Accuracy --
Conclusion-future prospects --
11: Inertial Navigation Systems --
Advantages --
General description --
Inertial reference systems --
Initialization --
En route data --
Drift --
Updating --
Dual installations --
Triple installations --
Conclusion --
12: Satellite Navigation --
Evolution --
Present structure and organization --
GPS capabilities --
General principles --
Data transfer --
Differential GPS --
Derivative information --
INS integration --
Next five years --
Conclusion --
13: Long-Range And Overwater Navigation --
General characteristics --
Navigational requirements --
Flight planning --
Equal time point --
Point-of-no-return --
Single-engine range --
Unpressurized range --
En route procedures --
ICAO flight plan --
Conclusion. 14: Nonradar Navigation --
Background --
Nonradar areas --
Position reporting --
Initial call up --
Position report --
Estimating times --
Position verification --
Uncontrolled airspace --
Transitions --
Conclusion --
15: Flight Management Systems --
Navigation management-the problem --
Navigation management-the solution --
Important role of DME --
Navigation management methods --
Flight management systems --
Satellite navigation, nav management, and flight management --
Conclusion --
16: Next Generation Air Navigation System --
Next generation air transportation system --
Role of GPS --
Automatic dependence surveillance-broadcast --
Free flight concept --
PHARE concept --
Single European Sky Air Traffic Management --
Airspace utilization --
Conclusion-the new age of navigation --
A: Document sources --
B: Aeronautical chart sources --
C: Abbreviations --
Glossary --
Index.
Responsibility: Donald J. Clausing.
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