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Flugleistungen und -planung I & Navigation I

Modulbezeichnung: Flugleistungen und -planung I & Navigation I
Modulbezeichnung (engl.): Performance and Flight Planning I & Navigation I
Studiengang: Aviation Business (grundständig), Bachelor, ASPO 01.10.2015
Code: ABBG43
SWS/Lehrform: 4V (4 Semesterwochenstunden)
ECTS-Punkte: 5
Studiensemester: 2
Pflichtfach: ja
Klausur (Minimum 75 % zum Bestehen) 90 Minuten

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Informationen bzgl. der Prüfungswiederholung (jährlich oder semesterweise) finden Sie verbindlich in der jeweiligen ASPO Anlage.
Zuordnung zum Curriculum:
ABBG43 Aviation Business (grundständig), Bachelor, ASPO 01.10.2015, 2. Semester, Pflichtfach
ABBG43 Aviation Business (grundständig), Bachelor, ASPO 01.10.2018, 3. Semester, Pflichtfach
Die Präsenzzeit dieses Moduls umfasst bei 15 Semesterwochen 60 Veranstaltungsstunden (= 45 Zeitstunden). Der Gesamtumfang des Moduls beträgt bei 5 Creditpoints 150 Stunden (30 Std/ECTS). Daher stehen für die Vor- und Nachbereitung der Veranstaltung zusammen mit der Prüfungsvorbereitung 105 Stunden zur Verfügung.
Empfohlene Voraussetzungen (Module):
Sonstige Vorkenntnisse:
ABBG61 Visual Flight Training I

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Als Vorkenntnis empfohlen für Module:
ABBG411 ATPL-Prüfungsvorbereitung
ABBG48 Flugleistungen und -planung II & Navigation II
ABBG62 Visual Flight Training II

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Matthias Lehmann (Vorlesung)
Rolf Weymar (Vorlesung)

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Performance and Flight Planning (broader term) Part 1:
Performance and Flight Planning is subdivided into the subjects:
- Mass & Balance
- Aeroplane Performance
- Flight Planning & Monitoring
The students have comprehensive knowledge about definitions mass and balance considerations and limitations while operating an aeroplane and are able to calculate aircraft loadings, CG positions for the safe operation of aeroplane certified according to CS 23. The students know the flight mechanical and aerodynamical principles and concepts of aeroplane performance, know the legal requirements to operate aeroplanes according to performance class B and are able to calculate the required parameters for all phases of flight for this type of aeroplanes.
The students are able to gather all information necessary to plan a commercial flight according to VFR. At the end of mass & balance, performance and flight planning considerations and calculation, the students are able to make proper decisions about the operationality of a flight under given conditions and are able to assess the risk contained in here.
Navigation (broader term) Part 1:
Navigation is subdivided into the subjects:
- General Navigation
- Radio Navigation
The students are able to navigate an aeroplane according to visual flight rules by the application of methods of determining position, course and distance to travel to a pre-determined destination.  For that to happen, the students must have a high level of knowledge and practice of all navigation methods applicable to a VFR flight.

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Performance and Flight Planning Part 1
1.        Mass and Balance
1.1.        Units and Conversions
1.2.        Aeroplane mass definitions
1.3.        Allowed take off mass
1.4.        Maximum traffic and fuel load
1.5.        The effect of mass and its distribution
1.6.        Aerodynamic chord and CG position
1.7.        Adjusting the CG position
1.8.        Mass & balance calculations
2.        Aeroplane Performance
2.1.        Performance legislation
2.2.        Lift, weight and drag
2.3.        Climbing, descending, level flight
2.4.        Thrust and power
2.5.        Take off – general principles
2.6.        Angle of climb
2.7.        Rate of climb
2.8.        Calculation of climb parameters
2.9.        The cruise – range – endurance
2.10.        The descent
2.11.        Approach and landing
2.12.        Performance class B regulations
2.13.        Calculation exercises
3.        Flight Planning and Monitoring
3.1.        Distance and speed
3.2.        Fuel planning
3.3.        Sources of information for flight planning
3.4.        VFR fight planning
3.5.        Calculation exercises
Navigation Part 1
1.        General Navigation
1.1.        The solar system
1.2.        The shape of the earth
1.3.        Latitude and longitude
1.4.        Departure
1.5.        Great circle and rhumb lines
1.6.        Convergency and conversion angle
1.7.        Scale
1.8.        Directions
1.9.        Triangle of velocities
1.10.        Calculation exercises
1.11.        Aeronautical charts
1.12.        Visual navigation
1.13.        Fuel calculations
2.        Radio Navigation
2.1.        Basic radio theory
2.2.        VHF directional finding
2.3.        Non-directional beacon
2.4.        VHF omnidirectional range
2.5.        Satellite navigation system

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Lectures, exercises, calculations / ppt and keynote presentations, white board, flip chart, iTunes U, iPad or MacBook,

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- ATPL learning objectives, EASA 2016
- ATPL Aeroplane Performance, Slate Ltd. 2012
- ATPL Flight Planning, Slate Ltd. 2014
- ATPL Mass and Balance, Slate Ltd. 2014
- ATPL General Navigation, Slate Ltd. 2012
- ATPL Radio Navigation, Slate Ltd. 2012
- Certification and Specifications “Part 23”, EASA (latest version)
- Certifications and Specifications “Part Definitions”, EASA (latest version)
- Regulation(EU) 965 2012 Part CAT / AMC and GM to Part CAT

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