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Hunter Manual Gratis Online
« am: 29. Januar 2008 04:56 »
Hallo Hunter Freunden

Habe das ganze Hunter Manual Online gefunden. :smile:
Sehe diese link: http://www.rafjever.org/hunter6pictures.htm#engstop
Viel spass damit.

Gruss Bigfoot  :cool:

Zitat
Hunter 6 Cover
Cover of Pilot's Notes for Hunter Mk.6.
Amendment List 2 for Pilot's Notes for Hunter Mk.6.
     Notes to Users


Notes to Users.
List of Associated Publications.
     Hunter F.6 View


Diagram of Access Panels Starboard Side for Hawker Hunter F Mk.6
Diagram of Access Panels Port Side for Hawker Hunter F Mk.6
     LIST OF CONTENTS


LIST OF CONTENTS - Page 3.
ILLUSTRATIONS IN TEXT - Page 3.
     PART I - DESCRIPTIVE

     INTRODUCTION AND FUEL SYSTEM


Introduction - Page 8.
Fuel System - Tanks - Page 9.
Fuel System Diagram - Page 10.
Contents gauges - Page 11.
Transfer system - Page 11.
Fuel system Switches and Indicators - Page 12.
Booster pumps - Page 13.
Flow proportioner - Page 13.
LP Cock - Page 14.
Filter de-icing - Page 14.
Rear tanks explosion suppression system (Mod. 582) - Page 14.
Pressure refuelling and defuelling - Page 15.
     ENGINE CONTROLS


Avon 203 engine - Page 15.
Throttle/H.P. fuel cock - Page 16.
Automatic variable swirl vanes - Page 16.
Starting system - Page 16.
Relighting system - Page 17.
Top temperature control - Page 18.
Engine instruments and anti-icing - Page 18.
Engine fire-extinguisher - Page 18.
     MAIN SERVICES


Electrical system (24 volt) - Page 19.
Hydraulic system - Page 22.
Hydraulic system diagram - Page 23.
     POWERED FLYING CONTROLS AND TRIMMERS


Flying controls operation - Page 24.
Detail of Aileron Booster Jack - Page 25.
Controls and indicators - Page 26.
Elevator feel and trim - Page 26.
Electric follow-up tail - Page 28.
Aileron feel and trim - Page 28A.
Aileron gear change - Page 28A.
Engaging power controls on the ground - Page 28B.
Re-engaging power controls in the air - Page 29.
     OTHER AIRCRAFT CONTROLS


Rudder bar adjustment and rudder trim - Page 30.
Flying controls locking gear - Page 31.
Undercarriage control and position indicator - Page 31.
Undercarriage emergency operation - Page 32.
Flaps control and position indicator - Page 32.
Flaps emergency operation - Page 32.
Airbrake control - Page 33.
Wheel brakes control - Page 33.
     COCKPIT EQUIPMENT


Entry to aircraft - Page 34.
Hood operation - Page 34.
Hood jettisoning - Page 35.
Cockpit pressurization, heating and demisting - Page 35.
Cockpit pressurization and Air Conditioning Diagram - Page 36.
Anti-G suit system - Page 37.
Ejection seat Mk. 2H or Mk. 3H - Page 38.
Oxygen system - Page 40.
Internal lighting - Page 41.
External lighting - Page 41.
Accelerometer - Page 41.
Pressure head heater - Page 41.
Emergency equipment - Page 41.
     OPERATIONAL CONTROLS


Gyro gunsight Mk. 5 - Page 42.
Radar ranging(A.R.I. 5820) - Page 43.
VHF equipment - Page 44.
IFF Mk. 3 - Page 44.
DME-Rebecca Mk.7 (ARI. 5894) and Mk.8 (ARI. 23013) - Page 45.
G45 and recorder cameras - Page 45.
Gun Firing - Page 45.

Bomb/RP release and drop tank jettisoning - Page 46.

PART II - LIMITATIONS


Engine limitations-Avon 203 - Page 47.
Flying limitations - Page 48.

PART III - HANDLING

MANAGEMENT OF SYSTEMS


Management of the fuel system - Page 50.
Booster pump failure - Page 51.
Transfer failure - Page 52.
Unusable fuel - Page 52.
Management of anti-icing system - Page 56.
Management of flood flow system - Page 56.
Testing A.C. inverters on the ground - Page 56.

STARTING, TAXYING AND TAKEOFF


External checks - Page 57.
Cockpit and pre-start checks - Page 57.
Starting the engine - Page 62.
Checks after starting - Page 62.
Taxying - Page 64.
Checks before take-off - Page 64.
Take-off - Page 65.

HANDLING IN FLIGHT


Climbing - Page 66.
General flying - Page 67.
Flying at reduced airspeed - Page 70.
Stalling - Page 71.
High speed stalling - Page 72.
Flying at high I.A.S. - Page 73.
Flying at high mach number - Page 73.
Typical Tailplane Angles to Trim - Page 73.
Aerobatics - Page 75.
Spinning - Page 75.

CIRCUIT PROCEDURE AND LANDING


Circuit procedure - Page 76.
Landing - Page 77.
Instrument approach - Page 78.
Going round again - Page 79.
Checks after landing - Page 79.
Stopping the engine - Page 79.

FLYING IN MANUAL


Selecting Manual - Page 79.
Flying in Manual - Page 80.
Landing in Manual - Page 81.
Reselecting Power - Page 81.
Clearing false anchorages (ailerons) - Page 81.

PART IV - EMERGENCY HANDLING


Action in the event of fire - Page 83.
Electrical system failures - Page 84.
Hydraulic system failures - Page 85.
Engine failure and flame-out - Page 87.
Relighting - Page 88.
Forced landing procedure - Page 89.
Undercarriage and flaps emergency operation - Page 92.
Landing with an Undercarriage unit not locked down - Page 94.
Landing with a burst tyre - Page 95.
Flapless landing - Page 95.
Wheel brakes emergency operation - Page 96.
Emergency use of oxygen - Page 96.
Hood jettisoning - Page 97.
Abandoning the aircraft in flight - Page 97.
Ditching - Page 98.
Drop tank jettisoning - Page 99.
Cockpit pressure failure - Page 99.

PART V - OPERATING DATA


Loading and C.G. data - Page 100.
Pressure error corrections - Page 101.
Fuel consumptions - Page 101.
Flight planning data - Page 102.
Clean Aircraft - Climb Data - Page 104.
Clean Aircraft - Descent Data - Page 104.
Clean Aircraft - Cruise Data (17,500 lb.) - Page 105.
With 2X100 gallon drop tanks - Climb Data - Page 106.
With 2X100 gallon drop tanks - Descent Data - Page 106.
With 2X100 gallon drop tanks - Cruise Data (19,400 lb.) - Page 107.
Fuel consumption - Clean aircraft - Page 108.
Fuel consumption - with 2X100 gallon drop tanks - Page 109.
Take-off distances - Page 110.
Illustrations - Fig. 1 Cockpit Port side - Page 111.
Illustrations - Fig. 2 Cockpit Forward View - Page 111.
Illustrations - Fig. 3 Cockpit Starboard Side - Page 112.
Reminder - Inside back cover.
Emergency Drills -1 - Inside back cover.
Emergency Drills -2 - Back cover.
Johan 'Bigfoot' van de Peppel
ex. vSAF-Mitglied