Upset Prevention & Recovery (URP)

 

Duration: 01:20 hour

Exam: 20 Questions

Available: 90 days

Applicability: Flight Crew

 

OBJECTIVE

The goal of this Airplane Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPR) is to increase the ability of pilots to recognize and avoid situations that can lead to airplane upsets and to improve their ability to recover control of an airplane that diverges from a crew's desired airplane state.

 

THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE SUBJECTS

  • Aerodynamics

General aerodynamic characteristics

Aeroplane certification and limitations

 Aerodynamics and performance

Angle of attack (AOA) and stall awareness

> Stall-warning device activation 

Stick pusher

Mach effects

Aeroplane stability

Control surface fundamentals

Use of trims

Icing and contamination effects

  • Causes of and contributing factors to upsets

Environmentally-induced

Pilot-induced

System-induced (aeroplane systems)

  • Accidents and incidents relating to aeroplane upsets
  • G-load awareness and management
  • Energy management

Kinetic energy

Potential energy 

Chemical energy (power) 

  • Flight path management

Relationship between pitch, power and performance

Performance and effects of differing power plants

Manual and automation inputs for guidance and control

Type-specific characteristics

Management of go-arounds from various stages during the approach

Automation management 

 Proper use of rudder 

  • Recognition

Type-specific examples of physiological, visual and instrument clues during developing and

   developed upsets

Pitch/power/roll/yaw

Effective scanning (effective monitoring) 

Type-specific stall protection systems and cues 

 Criteria for identifying stalls and upsets 

  • System malfunction

Flight control defects

Engine failure

Instrument failures

Loss of reliable airspeed

Automation failures

Fly-by-wire protection degradations

Stall protection system failures including icing alerting systems 

46,00 €