The CR Flight Computer Manual and Workbook shows you how to get the most The APR CR-3 is comparable to the Jeppesen CR-5 circular flight computer. The CR Flight Computer Manual and Workbook shows you how to get the most from your Jeppesen CR-3 Flight Computer – The Jeppesen CR Circular Flight. I am writing this e-mail in regards to the “Jeppesen CR-3” instruction booklet as . It’s worth investing in the Jeppesen CR manual/workbook BW2 (about Unless they are going to specify the exact model of flight computer.

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Customers who bought this also considered: Purchase today and you can return it in the original condition through Sunday, February 03, ! 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 Pooley’s CRP5 is expensive, mathematically clumsy and generally a couple of generations behind the Jepps in terms of ‘s sliderule technology.

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

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Which line is the long spiral line? Craig Eddie’s In Box: And which one is the wiggly line? Sometimes thoughts are fligh unspoken M Eddie’s In Box: The booklet states, The cursor on the CR is marked with a straight hairline and a curved line to the right of it see FIG.

See our return policy. This site contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. It was my understanding that the straight line was referred to as the “hairline” and the curved one was just a “line”. I’m not sure what the problem is here – both CT 0. In accordance with Title 17 U.


Add a Poll to this Thread. They seem to be happy with precision being that they all get around the same wrong answer, but either don’t understand the simple math or don’t care how to get accuracy. Is the CR-3 made of metal or plastic? It will be our loss, but I understand the need to protect creative rights. I have an old CR Perhaps, but there are too many cases where an answer might be, say 33 degrees for 1 in 60 or 35 for trig.

It’s only used because it always has been, so most text books use it for explanations. The CR-3 has all the functionality you need but the Black print and Gray background make the wiz wheel difficult to read in anything but good lighting conditions.

So here it goes!

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Read TAS under hairline on scale below. Is it an acronym? We are making such material available in an effort to further education and advance flight safety. You will also benefit enormously in understanding the subjects and save many valuable minutes in the exams compared to the CRP5. In which case a correctly written question has to specify the method to be used when there is more than one way to solve – especially if different methods give different results.

Nothing but good to say. The CR-3 is large enough that it is much easier to read. If the “correct” answer is not correct, then what kind of arbitrary, “just happen to be the answer”are they looking for? CR stands for Counter-Rotating. Sure, he warns you when he is giving you his personal techniques, but you should always follow your primary guidance Aircraft manuals, government regulations, etc.


The angle of the view The booklet does an excellent job explaining “temperature rise” and “recovery coefficient” on pages 14 and Lots of really useful methods that will make you love the thing rather than hate it.

Professional Pilot Training includes ground studies A forum for those on the steep path to that coveted professional licence. My confusion with these instructions are: The dotted line exists for extreme accuracy and can generally be ignored.

An instrument well worth getting to know well, especially for the wind triangle calculations.

I like the design of the Jepp CR-2 that I have, but it is too small to read easily. We do not have any larger instruction-style flight computers. Vinyl carrying case are included with each CR Jeppesen also makes a CR-5 that has a 3. Wednesday, May 04, Q: Diverging from the question a flght but – one of the enduring myths is that the UK ATPL exams are ‘designed’ for the Pooleys CRP5 and that other computers will come up with a different answer that is not present in the multiple choices – this is not true.

If they don’t you are doing something wrong. Do you have this computer instructions in other languages? Monday, January 24, Q: This is a plastic CR