22-06. AEROPLANE: AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS
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1. The correction of the control surface deflection made by the autopilot calculator in order to keep a given altitude will be all the more significant when the:
1) difference between the attitude necessary to keep the given or reference altitude and the instantaneous attitude is high.
2) variation speed of the difference between the attitude necessary to maintain the altitude and the instantaneous attitude is high.
3) difference between the altitude of reference and the instantaneous altitude is high.
4) variation speed of the difference between the reference altitude and the instantaneous altitude is high.
The combination re-grouping the correct statements is:
2. A flight director comprises a channel for:
1) the attitude
2) the bank control
3) the pitch control
4) the speed
The combination regrouping all the correct statements is:
3. Flying manually during a final approach, the flight director system is engaged in the LOC mode (holding of localizer axis). If the aircraft is right of the localizer axis, the vertical command bar:
4. During an automatic landing, between 50 ft AGL and touch down, the autopilot maintains:
5. The “heading hold” mode is selected on the flight director (F