October 2009 Issue
Flight Testing: Static System Error, Theory and Practice
We look at troubleshooting this system as preparation for flight testing using the speed course method.
Flight testing requires precise airspeed calibration and measurement. A less-than-optimal pitot-static system can compromise those numbers. Here’s how to troubleshoot the problem. By Kevin Horton.
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