profpilot.co.uk | #2 How Lift is Created

November 6, 2009

http://www.profpilot.co.uk | Version 2.0 of video 2.0 in the profpilot.co.uk flight training video series. Although you might notice a couple of similar pictures, this video is a completely new one so please watch again!

Episode 2 shows the principles behind how a wing works (thanks to Newton and Bernoulli), and how an aerofoil creates lift, which is quite a helpful force to have when it comes to aeroplanes.

For European/UK pilot training course information, requirements, descriptions, listings, flight school reviews and more videos, go to http://www.profpilot.co.uk!

Seemed a shame to delete the old video – if you want to watch that, it is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3x9eDazOlkM

Duration : 0:5:42

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profpilot.co.uk | #8 Induced and Parasitic Aircraft Drag (Sounds Thrilling)

July 14, 2009

Video number 8 looks at what hinders an aircraft in it’s merry way along the sky: drag. Parasite drag, Form drag, Skin Friction drag and Induced drag are all discussed – from how they are created, to how they can be minimised.

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Duration : 0:4:54

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profpilot.co.uk | #7 Secondary Effects

June 23, 2009

Video 7 looks at the secondary effects of the primary flight controls, Adverse Yaw, frise and differential ailerons, and how the engine can effect flight dynamics.

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Duration : 0:4:57

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Instrument Flight Rating Requirements (IFR) and the King Schools Knowledge Test Course

May 23, 2009

http://www.kingschools.com/searchresults.asp?code=335

Having your Instrument Rating (IFR) removes the frustration of the limitations of VFR flying and adds a whole new dimension to flying.

In this video, John and Martha give an overview of the requirements for getting your Instrument Rating and how King Schools aviation courses take this complex material and make it clear, simple and fun! But more than just passing your FAA, you will gain a true understanding of controlling and managing your plane on instruments.

Duration : 0:2:47

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profpilot.co.uk | #6 Secondary Flight Controls

May 11, 2009

Episode 6 looks at elevator trim and flaps on the aircraft; the two main secondary flight controls you will be using in small aircraft.

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Duration : 0:4:46

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profpilot.co.uk | #5 Primary Flight Controls

April 6, 2009

Episode 5 looks at how an aircraft controls itself in pitch, roll and yaw using it’s primary flight controls. For European/UK pilot training course information, requirements, descriptions, listings, flight school reviews and more videos, go to http://www.profpilot.co.uk

Duration : 0:4:46

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profpilot.co.uk | #4 Angle of Attack

March 21, 2009

Episode 4 continues with the whole looking at aeroplanes thing by explaining what angle of attack is, and how we can alter it. Truly an epic piece of cinematography I am sure you will agree. For European/UK pilot training course information, requirements, descriptions, listings, flight school reviews and more videos, go to http://www.profpilot.co.uk

Duration : 0:4:39

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profpilot.co.uk | The Lift Formula

March 3, 2009

Episode 3 of the profpilot.co.uk Flight Training Video Series. Looking…

Duration : 0:3:33

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profpilot.co.uk | How Lift is Created

March 1, 2009

Episode 2 shows the principles behind how a wing works, and how an aerofoil creates lift, which is quite a helpful force to have when it comes to aeroplanes.

For European/UK pilot training course information, requirements, descriptions, listings, flight school reviews and more videos, go to http://www.profpilot.co.uk

Duration : 0:4:22

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How To Fly A Plane; Introduction

February 17, 2009

Showing you the fundamental structures on an aircraft, what they are made up of, and how they work together. The result of a bored unemployed pilot’s exhilarating afternoon.
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Duration : 0:6:5

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