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Here is the new episode on AeroCasts:
New 016 Point of Equal Time - PET http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/16-poin...?autoplay=true
Here is the full list of pisodes on AeroCasts:
015 Spin Avoidance & Recovery http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/15-spin...?autoplay=true
014 Flight Principles, part 2: Drag http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/14-flig...?autoplay=true
013 Wind Components, part 3: Calculations http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/13_wind...?autoplay=true
012 Wind Components, part 2: the "1/60" Rule http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/12_wind...?autoplay=true
011 Wind Components, part 1: Introduction http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/11_wind...?autoplay=true
010 Standard Traffic Pattern http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/10_stan...?autoplay=true
009 Flight Principles, Basic Lift http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/9-fligh...?autoplay=true
008 Mass & Balance: Basic Calculations http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/8-mass-...?autoplay=true
007 Mass & Balance Conceptual Introduction http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/7-mass-...?autoplay=true
006 "Carte.Aero" by F-AERO http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/6-carte-aero-by-f-aero
005 Holding Pattern Entries http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/5-holding-pattern-entries
004 Busy Airport Communications http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/4-busy-...communications
003 True Airspeed http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/3-true-airspeed
002 True Altitude http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/2-true-altitude
001 About AeroCasts http://aerocasts.tv/episodes/1-about-aerocasts
Best regards, Olivier
AeroTube is produced by Olivier Rouchard (orouchard on Twitter ). A new episode will be released regularly featuring tips and tricks aircraft pilots. The screencasts are short and focus on one technique so you can quickly move on to applying it to your daily flights. The topics target student pilots, private pilots, instrument pilots and student commercial pilots. Some topics touch air rules and even experienced commercial pilots will get something out of it.
Last edited by Olivier Rouchard; 05-27-2012 at 01:09 PM.
Reason: Added a new URL
I really appreciate you dealing with true airspeed. However, if I would be a student pilot, I wanted to understand what are the physics around TAS. Why do we have to bother with TAS? Your little video would be more striking if you would discuss briefly the physical background. A refresher for some seasoned pilots would come in handy as well.
I hope you don't mind my (hopefully mild) criticism.
Love your tutorials.Keep them coming
Thanks for sharing this.
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Last edited by itamshredding; 01-26-2012 at 09:56 PM.
These podcasts are absolutely awesome for me who is about to start taking lessons.
Thanks so much!
By the way, I think it's funny that you, with your heavy French accent, are easier to understand than the tower and control personnel. :-)
EPISODE # 16 – May 26, 2012
Point of Equal Time - PET
The Point of Equal Time is the point before which, it is faster to return to the airport of origine rather than the destination.
Last edited by Olivier Rouchard; 05-27-2012 at 01:11 PM.
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