Module 13 Aircraft Aerodynamics Structures & Systems for CAT-B1/2 licence digital e-book and revision course


Module 13 Aircraft Aerodynamics Structures & Systems

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Next Brush-up course at our Luton HQ November / December 2020 15 days

2nd edition rewrites chapter 3 of Autoflight.

Module 13 is the core curricula for EASA B2 and any other high-quality avionics program. All previous modules may be considered the background information needed to understand the operation and maintenance requirements of the actual components and systems discussed here. You will immediately notice that this book does not limit itself to just the electronics, communications, and navigation systems that are typically thought of as the extent of an avionics program. You may ask why an avionics engineer needs to know about hydraulic actuators or landing gear construction. The answer is that in today’s aircraft, every system is connected to every other and nearly every system has some sort of electronic interface. Today, even landing gear are computerized, as is the simple refueling of aircraft on the ground. Thus if you are to consider and diagnose the electronic functions of gear retraction, you need to know the basic physical operation of the gear itself. That knowledge begins in this module. It is then expanded by maintenance data provided by the Aircraft manufacturer and the approvals of the various civil aviation competent authorities.

This book is completely aligned to EASA Part 66 Appendix A and written to provide all information needed to understand and pass the relevant exam.

Work through the e-book then join our industry-leading trainers to go through anything you don’t understand before taking the exam at our Luton HQ.

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