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SGU - CFI Briefing to Members - Shared screen with speaker view
Ken Henderson
28:01
Just have to chat here now...
Adrian
28:33
is there a slide show tonight
Adrian
28:35
yes
Howard Manning
28:42
yes, can hear you
Colin Hamilton
28:45
yes hear you fine kate
Alastair Mutch
28:49
Yes but no popcorn
Ken Greenaway
29:20
we're all sticking pins in an effigy of you to see what happens
Ken Greenaway
29:51
it's not working
Colin Hamilton
29:55
show us the discretely placed gin and tonic
Cath Jones
40:53
Kate for those in the amber group is it worth speaking to an instructor before arriving at the airfield?
DAVID COATS
41:58
Kate do we need 500 hrs for the motor glider.
DAVID COATS
42:27
Ok ta
Derek Storey
43:15
Where can we find the recording of last night's briefing?
Alastair Mutch
43:52
Email link will go out later tonight and then be added to the club website as well.
Derek Storey
46:23
DRV Syndicate has a fibre optic camera. Anyone is welcome to borrow it.
Tony Brown
46:33
remember, if you have cobwebs in the cockpit, the culprit will still be at large
Howard Manning
47:09
airframe
Colin Hamilton
47:10
Alcohol
Cath Jones
47:13
airframe, ballast controls, dolly
John Thomas
47:14
Airframe
Jono
47:29
bailing out seems the only reasonable option if there is a spider
christopher robinson
47:57
yes
Bruce Duncan
48:31
arachnids, beasties, creepy crawlies, disembark!
Peter Sharphouse
50:31
correct hook
Adrian
50:33
wing drop relaese
John Thomas
50:37
rope condition
DAVID COATS
50:39
when to land ahead
Josh Reid
50:45
Abort Point
Scott Kennedy
50:48
ballast, trim forward
Adam
50:53
what field to land in
Adrian
50:55
relase point if not air borne
Michael Keeley
50:59
Where's the tug gone
Jono
51:03
who is the tug pilot?
Stephen
51:05
what is the tug doing (rocking wings/ wagging tail)
DAVID COATS
51:11
currency between tug and glider pilot
Mark Wilson
51:26
whats in the fields next to the airfield
Jono
51:36
rope break options
Howard Manning
51:37
don’t get high
christopher robinson
51:42
1st is this is a good place to start
DAVID COATS
51:53
tuggie will tell you about the fields
Colin Hamilton
51:53
oil seed rape is really high but mostly in flower so easy to see
Scott Kennedy
52:12
rape seed - great way to lose wings
Peter Sharphouse
52:25
strop colour
Adrian
52:28
wing drop x2
Bill F
52:31
Power loss
John Thomas
52:32
cable break
DAVID COATS
52:32
plan ahead
Cath Jones
52:33
wind direction
Adam
52:35
winch driver
kenrobertson
52:50
rate of rotation
Adrian
52:50
roevery speed
Bill F
52:50
stick forward
John Thomas
52:50
put the nose down
Stephen
52:52
dip nose to recovery attitude
DAVID COATS
52:52
too fast signal
Jono
52:52
Speed after launch failure and nose over
Dougie Wilson
53:03
say a bad word
Jeff King
53:07
release cable
Jono
53:18
watch the grass levitate?
John Thomas
53:23
Unless you're near to the ground..,
Bruce Duncan
53:23
pull the release three times (joke!)
DAVID COATS
53:26
currency of winch driver
Bruce Duncan
54:07
does anyone want to write a winch simulator program?
Jono
54:25
will tug pilots be able to do circuits on Saturday Morning?
Bill F
55:02
Portmoak winch launches on list of lessons p
Bill F
55:08
on Condor
Stephen
55:11
Maintain the gunsight method
Scott Kennedy
55:18
hand on release
Peter Sharphouse
55:19
don't take eyes off tug
Jono
55:26
don't overcorrect
Evan Skelhorn
55:28
Set correct trim before takeoff
Ken Greenaway
55:40
correct gently
Bruce Duncan
55:41
don't faff with the wheel
Adrian
55:55
speak nicely to the tug pilot! ;-))
Jono
56:04
be nice to the tuggie
Colin Hamilton
56:17
it's two years yesterday since I had mine
DAVID COATS
56:20
don't pull glider into the air
Bruce Duncan
56:37
still fresh in your mind colin?
Colin Hamilton
56:52
Very! Nightmares evey week
Jono
56:54
having Nightmares?
Bruce Duncan
57:06
glad you're still here
Ken Greenaway
57:10
if you get a big bow in the rope consider using a bit of rudder to creat drag rather than pull hard on the stick
John Thomas
57:32
Easterly, hmm, sharp right before the clubhouse, or ignoring the neighbour's complaints?
Adrian
58:08
yes!!
Colin Hamilton
58:22
Single seater or solo 2 seater should be ok out of north field in easterly
Alastair Mutch
58:58
Especially with more power in new tug...
John Thomas
59:07
:-)
Jono
59:19
wrong tow hook
John Thomas
59:27
Change in the wind
Bruce Duncan
59:30
spider in the cockpit
Jono
59:30
as in g of g hook
Adrian
59:30
undercarriage! DOwn
Derek Storey
59:37
tow aircraft engine failure
Richard
59:41
asi not working
DAVID COATS
59:43
handle comes off the release knob
DAVID COATS
59:58
deer cuts across the field
John Thomas
01:00:04
All Scottish spiders are harmless to humans... just keep telling yourself that.
Colin Hamilton
01:00:04
new panel switches layout for tuggies - more head in cockpit than usual
Jono
01:00:06
strap security
Michael Keeley
01:00:06
Animals running in front of you on the ground run!
Stephen
01:00:20
not comfortable, not sitting correctly/ pedals too close or too far away
DAVID COATS
01:00:27
someone shouts stop stop stop
John Thomas
01:00:42
stop
Bruce Duncan
01:00:44
out of currency winch driver gives too slow launch
AB
01:01:11
A huge cloud of midges hiding in the air vent that hits you in the face as you take off
Ken Greenaway
01:01:11
have you locked the rudder pedals properly
Ken Greenaway
01:02:28
don't panic capt mainwairing
Jono
01:02:29
do u need to use break or flap setting at beginning of the ground run on aerotow
Bruce Duncan
01:03:59
DR400, very nice unless you're in a K8
Dougie Wilson
01:04:32
SPIDER ALERT
Scott Kennedy
01:04:49
bad bad man
Bruce Duncan
01:05:28
actually the tug pilot is female
Colin Hamilton
01:05:35
to jono - yes - need to move from full -ve to neutral at about 25kts
DAVID COATS
01:05:47
you can look out with VR
Scott Kennedy
01:06:33
I was talking about Dougie's spider alert tsk tsk
Jono
01:06:36
was more meaning for flapped gliders or gliders with ineffective ailerons on ground run
Colin Hamilton
01:07:21
yes that what I was meaning :-)
Jono
01:07:39
thanks
Keith Buchan
01:07:40
Please don't start the climbing turn before you release. It still happens!
AB
01:08:05
instructor manual chapter on aerowing might also be worth reading
Bruce Duncan
01:11:45
would be nice if it went bleep in real life
Michael Keeley
01:12:17
Many bleeps in real life
John Thomas
01:14:24
Frame rate is a bit limited on rural broadband but the points are made. Off to practice soon.
Lachlan Sloan
01:15:22
It's just a limitation of zoom ,very little you can do about it
Bruce Duncan
01:15:23
frame rate almost certainly limited by kate's upload speed. you can see the full quality later
Bruce Duncan
01:17:50
excellent forward planning doing the east wind demo kate. it's almost as if you could predict the wind would go easterly as soon as we can fly!
DAVID COATS
01:18:41
Full stop for wheel brake
Ken Greenaway
01:20:49
ustal
John Thomas
01:20:51
Water undercarriage
Adrian
01:20:55
wustal
John Thomas
01:20:57
landing are flafs
Stephen
01:21:04
I add an extra F for field
christopher robinson
01:21:05
LUST SLUT
Bruce Duncan
01:21:43
wheel, undercarriage, landing gear, flipping well put the wheel down
Colin Hamilton
01:22:40
and if you don't put the gear down don't panic about it in the last 50 ft
Bruce Duncan
01:24:02
just look at PIA8083 for what happens if you panic just because you touched down with the gear up
Adrian
01:24:05
60s best
christopher robinson
01:24:31
Recent A320 Pakistan wheels-up landing on engines go-around failed, all dead.
Ken Greenaway
01:25:58
wind gradient can have a dramatic effect on airspeed
Evan Skelhorn
01:26:38
A trip to abound resulted in a discus landing wheel up. Pilot chose to commit to the landing after the radio call on final
Evan Skelhorn
01:26:58
Aboyne*
Bruce Duncan
01:27:00
aboyne?
Lachlan Sloan
01:27:24
0 Damage was done
Lachlan Sloan
01:27:34
Besides pride
Evan Skelhorn
01:28:02
;)
DAVID COATS
01:28:10
Pakistan A320 no u/c approach bashed the two engines big marks on the runway.
Jono
01:29:03
Im well versed in field landings :)
Bruce Duncan
01:30:17
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yerkes%E2%80%93Dodson_law if anyone is interested in psychology
Ken Greenaway
01:30:36
arousal depends on who you're flying with
Bruce Duncan
01:30:48
it's that curve. every graph is named after someone...
Howard Manning
01:31:54
very helpful!
Scott Kennedy
01:31:59
best background photo award t ken Henderson
Josh Reid
01:32:02
Thanks Kate!!
Jono
01:32:02
will there be availability for tug pilots to do circuits on Saturday morning?
Ken Greenaway
01:32:06
well done Kate. Better than Eastenders
Jeff King
01:32:07
Thanks Kate!
Alastair Mutch
01:32:12
Yes from 5am
DAVID COATS
01:32:13
Thanks Kate well donehas to unmute
Kerrin Dutton
01:32:19
What time are things kicking off at on Friday?
Michael Keeley
01:32:30
Is someone trying to talk. Possibly unmute
Tom Sneddon
01:32:31
Thanks Kate.
Adam
01:32:32
Thank you Kate
Mark Adams
01:32:34
Thanks Kate. Very useful indeed.
Ian Robertson
01:32:34
would Condor 2 be useful for pre-soloists?
Peter Sharphouse
01:32:38
did I hear you say it is likely to be winching on Sunday or both?
Bruce Duncan
01:32:49
everyone keep your fingers crossed for Nicola saying the right magic words on Thursday!
Hugh cochrane
01:32:51
thanks kate
Cath Jones
01:32:51
thanks kate
Alastair Mutch
01:32:52
Both. I'll be towing
Jeff King
01:32:52
Can we give feedback on how Friday goes
John Thomas
01:33:12
Back to Cath's point
Wolf Rossmann
01:33:12
Thanks Kate, excellent presentation
christopher robinson
01:33:15
Will you be on site Friday, I will.
Peter Sharphouse
01:33:16
thanks Alistair
Colin Hamilton
01:33:20
Thanks Kate c u Friday or seeyou Wednesday?
Ken Greenaway
01:33:21
offer her a free flight
Peter Sharphouse
01:33:31
Thank you Kate
John Thomas
01:33:34
Is there any way people who are on the list but unlikley to fly on amber can be let know...
Adrian
01:33:41
kerrin asked what time is kick off on friady?
Peter Metcalf
01:34:25
i was hoping to fly k8 on Sunday and last flew on 28th February so am over by a few days. is it likely I will get to fly as 50miles each way
Derek Storey
01:34:47
Could let people know when open to amber.
John Thomas
01:35:11
Is the duty crew as listed?
Mark Wilson
01:36:14
Tony said about rabbit holes on the field needing sorted before we fly, is there any way some of us can help with this on Thursday and then we'll be able tp devote more time to flying ops???
Alastair Mutch
01:36:44
The more the better on Thursday afternoon
John Thomas
01:36:48
Depends on Nicola's accouncement
Colin Hamilton
01:37:02
Hand hygiene is the key thing. Wash your hands frequently between touching things
Alastair Mutch
01:37:09
Also Friday morning will also be rabbit hole filling in parallal with flying.
Jono
01:37:14
will we have to decide amongst syndicates how annual maintenance is carried out?
Alastair Mutch
01:37:31
Rabbit meat for sale Friday evening...
Bruce Duncan
01:37:37
rabbit stew for dinner then
AB
01:37:51
gliding in Italy and Germany are telling people to wear masks when near people
Colin Hamilton
01:37:54
has brian still got his gun?
Jono
01:37:57
William could shoot the rabbits?
Alastair Mutch
01:37:58
Thanks Kate. Good presentation.
Adam
01:38:04
is the duty weekend team to be as advertised or picked on the day
DAVID COATS
01:38:12
Thanks Kate
Bruce Duncan
01:38:31
picked on the morning adam
Alastair Mutch
01:38:35
We have a few at the club for sale
Colin Hamilton
01:38:42
Thanks again Kate