V-speedsGroups B/D: First Year Beginning
Essential Questions• What is a v-speed?• What does the “v” stand for?• What purpose do v-speeds serve and why are  they im...
What are v-speeds?• velocity speeds• speeds that are common for all aircraft and  specific for each model and type (ex. 17...
How do v-speeds work?•   Vx = best angle•   pitch up - lower airspeed•   Vy = best rate•   pitch down - higher airspeed
How do v-speeds work?• Vrrotate253: 55 kts• Vamaneuver253: 82-99 kts
How do v-speeds work?• Vso                     • Vnostall dirty (w/ flaps)    maximum structural• Vs                      ...
Vso                  VsVne                   Vfe      Vno
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V-speeds (Groups B/D)

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V-speeds (Groups B/D)

  1. 1. V-speedsGroups B/D: First Year Beginning
  2. 2. Essential Questions• What is a v-speed?• What does the “v” stand for?• What purpose do v-speeds serve and why are they important?
  3. 3. What are v-speeds?• velocity speeds• speeds that are common for all aircraft and specific for each model and type (ex. 172K is different than 172N)• We’ll be learning: V - best angle of climb x Vy - best rate of climb Vr - rotate Va - maneuver Vso - stall dirty Vs - stall clean Vfe - flaps extended Vne - never exceed Vglide - best glide Vno - max structural cruising
  4. 4. How do v-speeds work?• Vx = best angle• pitch up - lower airspeed• Vy = best rate• pitch down - higher airspeed
  5. 5. How do v-speeds work?• Vrrotate253: 55 kts• Vamaneuver253: 82-99 kts
  6. 6. How do v-speeds work?• Vso • Vnostall dirty (w/ flaps) maximum structural• Vs cruisingstall clean (w/out flaps)• Vfeflaps extended• Vnenever exceed• Vglidebest glide
  7. 7. Vso VsVne Vfe Vno

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