Instrument Flying Handbook: ASA FAA-H-8083-15B (FAA Handbooks series)
This is the FAA's key pilot source for instrument trip regulations (IFR) covering every little thing important to running an aircraft in tool meteorological conditions (IMC) or without recommendation to outside visuals, counting only on the info obtained from the cabin. Readers will find chapters on the national airspace system, the air traffic control service system, human aspects, the rules of aerodynamics, trip instruments, trip maneuvers for IFR procedures, navigation, emergency procedures, along with helicopter operations and also more.
The material in this hand-operated applies to both conventional "steam-gauge" analog instrumentation and the "glass cabin" digital trip screens found in advanced aircraft. Info is well organized into different protection of the standard "6-pack" as well as discussions of pictorial "tape" screens. Advanced systems are covered, including flight monitoring systems, the main flight screen (PFD) and also multi-function display screen (MFD), artificial vision, and also website traffic advising systems. The book additionally includes a run-through of tool clearance shorthand, as well as a tool training lesson guide.
The Instrument Flying Handbook is designed for use by flight instructors, pilots preparing for the Instrument Rating FAA Knowledge and also Practical Exams, and also instrument-rated pilots trying to find a refresher or preparing for an Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC). Illustrated throughout with comprehensive, full-color illustrations as well as photographs; thorough glossary as well as index.