I am writing this e-mail in regards to the “Jeppesen CR-3” instruction booklet . It’s worth investing in the Jeppesen CR manual/workbook BW2. and adequate instructions and formulas are printed on the computer so that the user need not worry about forgetting how to work the computer. 10 WP GATT. Documentos similares a Manual Cr3 Jepessen Manual de Estudio Examen CIAAC Navegacion. Cargado por min Computer Jeppesen Cr3.

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In accordance with Title 17 U. The CR will come up with the exact correct answer but it requires the user to manually incorporate the ram rise temp into the calculation, using jppesen sort of trial and error until it fits.

Perhaps I should send them ISO Adrian Eddie’s In Box: As a result, Gulfstream is not responsible or liable for your use of jeppdsen materials or information obtained from this site.

Gulfstream has been very good about all of this provided I add the note shown below. My confusion with these instructions are: Thread Tools Show Printable Version.

I need to move the cursor until which part of which line intersects with what? Move cursor until hairline crosses intersection of long spiral with 30 degree wiggly line. So here it goes!


Which line is the long spiral line? Basic FlightChapters 5 and 7. Top Menu Toggle navigation Main Menu. Perhaps those questions were based on using 1: If the “correct” answer is not correct, then what kind of arbitrary, “just happen to be the answer”are they looking for? Find More Posts by Flatface.


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I think the world of Gulfstream Aerospace. Then on page 16 at the top it states, ” In all problems in this book, it is assumed that the recovery mxnual is the more common 1.

There is only so much you can do. There is no prettier wing in existence than what you see on a GV or G and the best cockpit I’ve ever touched is in my trusty G The explanation provided is as follows: Lead by conspicuous example Below is the e-mail I sent to Jeppesen with my question I am writing this e-mail in regards to the “Jeppesen CR-3” instruction booklet as downloadable at http: Without it, you are on your own as many ground school instructors only use the CRP5.

Perfect is the enemy of good.

Professional Pilot Training includes ground studies A forum for those on the steep path to that coveted professional mabual. Attitude determines altitude 2. For my next attempt I am at a loss for what to do. Add a Poll to this Thread. That sort of question is really testing that a particular technique is known, not just whether an answer can be calculated.

I am at a complete loss of what to do with this. Bloom where you are planted 3.


This may become confusing, therefore I suggest you have a copy of the booklet in question in hand prior to reading any further.

To answer another frequent question: I’m not sure what the problem is here – both CT 0. Portions of this page can be found in the book Flight Lessons 1: The booklet does an excellent job explaining “temperature rise” and “recovery coefficient” on pages 14 and If they don’t you are doing something wrong. Movies” “The Stuck Mike Show: Code is provided free jepoesen charge in an effort to provide sourced-information about all facets of aviation.

I was using a Jep CR-3 computer which gives slightly different answers than theirs.

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Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation has no affiliation or connection whatsoever with this website, and Gulfstream does not review, endorse, or approve any of the content included on the site. Sometimes thoughts are best unspoken Gravity always wins 8. BB code is On. The Pooley’s CRP5 jeppeseb expensive, mathematically clumsy and generally a couple of generations behind the Jepps in terms of ‘s sliderule technology. Perhaps, but there are too many cases where an answer might be, say 33 degrees for 1 in 60 or 35 for trig.