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1
Acknowledgements
2
Introduction
3
The Reference Axes
4
Longitudinal
5
Lateral
6
Normal
7
Primary Controls Surfaces – Conventional Aeroplanes
8
Aileron
9
Elevator
10
Rudder
11
Function of Primary Control Surfaces
12
Range of Movement
13
Structure
14
Flight Deck Controls
15
Control Column
16
Rudder Control
17
Push – Pull Type Yoke
18
Control Wheel and Column
19
Side Stick
20
Control System Linkage
21
Cable Tension
22
Control Cables
23
Control Rods
24
Control Stops
25
Primary Stops
26
Secondary Stops
27
Hydraulic Control Systems
28
Power Assist or Boost
29
Power Control Units
30
PCU Schematic
31
PCU Release Unit
32
PCU With Internal Interconnecting Valves
33
Primary Control Surface Design And Development
34
Flutter
35
Mass Balance
36
Aerodynamic Balancing
37
Inset Hinges
38
Horn Balance
39
Internal Balance Panel
40
Hinge Moment
41
Stick Gearing – Mechanical Advantage
42
Adverse Yawing Effect In Plain Ailerons
43
Differential Aileron
44
Rudder Aileron Interlink
45
Frise Ailerons
46
Fixed Tabs
47
Balance Tab
48
Trim Tabs
49
Trim Function for PCU Operated Controls
50
Electrical Trim Actuators
51
Secondary Control Position Indicators
52
Primary Control Surfaces Operated By Servo Tabs
53
Spring Servo Tab
54
Horizontal Stabilator
55
Anti Balance Tab
56
Anti Balance Trim Tab
57
Slab or All Flying Tailplane
58
Elevons
59
Variable Incidence Tailplane – Trimming Tailplane
60
Butterfly or V Tail Aircraft
61
Control Locks
62
Stick Position Stability
63
Stick Force Gradient
64
Stick Centred Springs
65
Down Springs
66
Bob Weights
67
Artificial Feel
68
Spring Feel
69
Basic Q Feel System
70
Hydraulic Q Feel
71
Roll Control for Air Transport Aircraft
72
Wing Mounted Speed Brake / Lift Dumpers
73
Flight Operation
74
Load Alleviation Function
75
Airbrakes and High Speed Flight At High Altitude
76
Ground Operation
77
Fuselage Mounted Airbrakes
78
Droop Ailerons
79
Fly by Wire
80
Weight Reduction
81
Weight Reduction
82
Control Response
83
Built in Control Parameters
84
Gust Load Alleviation
1
Acknowledgements
2
Introduction
3
Requirements for a Modern Undercarriages
4
Drag and Undercarriages
5
Landing
6
Suspension /Shock Absorbers Systems for Light Aircraft
7
Bungee Cords / Bungee Blocks
8
Spring Steel
9
Torsion Bar
10
Basic Principle of an Oleo Pneumatic Shock Absorber
11
Gas Charge
12
Oil Charge
13
Unseparated Oleo Pneumatic Shock Absorber
14
Torque Links
15
Heavy landings
16
Oil Charge Leaks or Losses
17
Propeller Clearance
18
Separated Oleo Pneumatic Shock Absorber
19
Unloaded
20
Landing Load
21
Recoil
22
Static Load
23
Undercarriage Layout
24
Tail Wheel
25
Fully Castering Tail Wheel
26
Tail Wheel –Ground Looping
27
Lockable Tail Wheel – Pilot Operated
28
Lockable Tail Wheel – Load Operated
29
Tail Wheels and Drag
30
Tail Wheel and Ground Manoeuvring
31
Tail Wheel and Nosing Over
32
Nose Wheel
33
Fully Catering Nose Wheel
34
Steerable Nose Wheel – Light Aircraft with Fixed Undercarriages
35
Steerable Nose Wheel – Light Aircraft with Retractable Undercarriages
36
Shimmy Damper for Light Aircraft
37
Hydraulic Shimmy Damper
38
Steerable Nose Wheel – Medium and Heavy Aircraft
39
Nose Wheel Rumble
40
Body Gear Steering
41
Turning Circle
42
Nose Wheel Steering Disconnect
43
Main Gear Bays Low Winged Aircraft
44
High Winged Turbo Props
45
High Winged Turbine Aircraft
46
Wheel Layout
47
Bogies
48
Bogie Trim and Trail
49
Hop Dampers
50
Retractable Main Undercarriage for Air Transport Aircraft
51
Over Centre – Geometric Locks
52
Up Locks
53
Emergency Lowering
54
Main Undercarriage Doors
55
Large Aircraft Undercarriage Indications
56
Mechanical Indicators
57
Air / Ground Logic
58
Micro Switches
59
Proximity Switches
60
Pressure Switches
61
Undercarriage Down Safety Lock
62
Ground Locks
63
Retractable Undercarriages – Light Aircraft
64
Operation of a Power Pack System
65
Light Aircraft Undercarriage Selector and Indications
66
Skis and Bear Paws
67
Floats
1
Acknowledgements
2
Introduction to Brakes
3
Types of Wheel Brakes
4
Expander Type Brakes
5
Brake Master Cylinder
6
Simple Hydraulic Brake System
7
Light Aircraft Fixed Disc
8
Fixed Brake Housing – Sliding Disc
9
Heavy Duty Discs
10
Boosted Brakes
11
Power Brakes
12
Braking Redundancy
13
Anti-skid Systems
14
Mechanical On/Off Anti –skid Systems
15
Modulating Valve
16
Electronic Anti-skid System
17
Semi Modulating System
18
Fully Modulating System
19
Touch Down Protection and Braking Efficiency
20
Auto Brake System
21
Rejected Take Off
22
Multi Plate Disc Brake
23
Retraction Pin and Automatic Wear Adjuster
24
Sticking and Dragging Brakes
25
Brake Wear
26
Brake Chatter / Brake Fade
27
Brake Temperature
28
Recommended Taxiing Speed
29
Brake Cooling
30
Brake Overheat
31
Spongy Brake Operation
32
Wheels and Tyres
33
Types of Wheel Hub
34
Well Based
35
Detachable Flange
36
Split Hub
37
Fusible Plug
38
Regions of a Tyre
39
Structure of a Tyre
40
Radial Belted Tyre
41
Footprint Area
42
Tubed Tyres
43
Tubeless Tyres
44
Vent Holes Tubeless Tyres
45
Vent Holes Tubed Tyres
46
Tyre Markings
47
Balance Marker
48
Tyre Pressure Classification
49
Circumferentially Grooved Tyre Tread
50
Circumferentially Grooved Tyre Wear Indication
51
Reinforced Tread
52
Block Tread
53
Marstrand Tyres
54
Chined Tyres
55
Tyre Inflation Medium
56
Tyre Inflation for BEM Load
57
Tyre Stretch
58
Dissipation
59
Effects of Ambient Temperature on Tyre Pressure
60
Cold Tyre Pressure Check
61
Hot Tyre Pressure Check
62
Flight Deck Pressure Indication
63
Aquaplaning
64
Reverted Rubber Aquaplaning
65
Dynamic Aquaplaning
66
Cross Ply and Radial Tyres
67
Aquaplaning Speed for Ribbed Tyres
68
Viscous Aquaplaning
69
Action to Minimise Aquaplaning on Landing
70
Tyre Damage
71
Dry Braking Flat Spot
72
Wet Braking Flat Spot
73
Bulges and Delamination
74
FOD
75
Burst Tyre
76
Cut Tyre
77
Tread Chunking
78
Chevron Cuts
79
Heavy Cross Wind Landing
80
Crown Wear
81
Shoulder Wear
82
Side Wall Cracking
83
Excessive Brake Heat
84
Contamination Of Tyre
85
Flat Spots due to Nylon Set
1
Introduction
2
Volatility
3
Vapour Pressure
4
Flash Point
5
Fire Point
6
Auto Ignition Temperature
7
Flammability Limits
8
Fluidity
9
Freezing Point
10
Aviation Gasoline
11
Chemical Stability
12
Aviation Kerosene
13
Water Contamination
14
Water Sediment Checks
15
Fuel Tank Types
16
Unusable Fuel, Stack Pipe and Sump
17
Gravity Feed Fuel Systems for a Singe Engine Light Aircraft
18
Primer Pump
19
Manually Operated Fuel Selector
20
Pressure Feed Fuel Systems for a Singe Engine Light Aircraft
21
Fuel System for a Light Twin Engine Aircraft
22
Venting of Light Aircraft Tanks
23
Light Aircraft Fuel Fillers and Caps
24
Light Aircraft Fuel Quantity Indications
25
Large Aircraft Fuel Systems
26
Introduction
27
Fuel Tanks
28
Tank Pressurisation and Venting
29
Fuel System for a Twin Jet
30
Engine Fuel Supply
31
Booster Pumps
32
Collector Tank
33
Pressure Switches
34
Non Return Valves
35
Thermal Relief
36
Suction Valve
37
Low Pressure Fuel Cock – LP Cock
38
Fuel Filter
39
Flight Deck Fuel Control Panel
40
Auxiliary Power Unit Fuel Supply
41
Under Wing Single Point Pressurised Refuel System
42
Capacitive Fuel Contents Measuring System
43
Fuel Jettisoning
44
Fuel Trimming
45
Refuelling and Defuelling
46
Open Line Refuelling
47
Pressure Refuelling from a Bowser
48
Hydrant Refuelling
49
Refuelling/Defuelling With Passengers Embarking, on Board or
50
Disembarking
51
Refuelling/Defuelling With Wide Cut Fuel
52
CAP 74 Aircraft Fuelling – Fire Prevention and Safety Measures
53
Fuelling Areas
54
Fuelling Zones
55
Aerodrome Fire Service
56
Fire Extinguishers
57
Fire Warnings
58
Overheated Undercarriage Assemblies
59
Supervision of Fuelling
60
Clear Exit Paths
61
Staffing of Fuel Vehicles
62
Fuelling Zone
63
Hazards From Adjacent Aircraft Operations
64
Operation of Radar
65
Bonding and Earthing
66
Precautions During Fuelling Operations
67
Wide Bodied Aircraft and Aircraft Equipped With Automatic Inflatable
68
Chutes
69
Aircraft Not Equipped With Automatic Inflatable Chutes
70
Cabin Attendants
1
Introduction
2
Effects of Rain in Flight
3
Windscreen Rain Removal Systems
4
Windshield Wipers
5
Rain Repellent
6
Bleed Air Rain Removal
7
Effects of Ice Accretion on an Aircraft
8
Ice Formations
9
Frost / Hoarfrost
10
Rime Ice
11
Glaze Ice
12
Mixed Icing
13
Run Back Icing
14
Icing Conditions
15
Freezing Conditions
16
Freezing Drizzle
17
Freezing Fog
18
Freezing Precipitation
19
Light Freezing Rain
20
Sleet
21
Slush
22
Snow
23
Cold Soaked Wing
24
Clean Aircraft Policy
25
Pre Take-Off Check
26
Ground De-icing and Anti Icing
27
Removing Very Dry Snow from a Cold Soaked Aircraft
28
Removal of Snow, Sleet, Slush and Ice
29
One step De-Icing / Anti Icing
30
Two Step De-icing / Anti-Icing
31
Holdover Time
32
Type I Fluid
33
ISO Type I Fluid Holdover Times
34
Type II / IV Fluid
35
ISO Type II Fluid Holdover Times
36
ISO Type IV Fluid Holdover Times
37
Type III Fluid
38
Application of De-icing and Anti-icing Fluids
39
Hot Water De-icing
40
Fluid De-icing
41
Fluid Anti-icing
42
Cold Fuel Tanks
43
Undercarriage Bays
44
Fixed Undercarriages
45
Taxying
46
Icing Conditions in Flight – Intensity
47
De-Icing Paste
48
Ice Detection in Flight
49
Introduction
50
Temperature / Moisture Probes
51
Ice Detection Light
52
Hot Rod Ice Detector
53
Smiths Ice Detector
54
Serrated Rotor Ice Detector
55
Vibrating Rod Ice Detector
56
Ice Protection
57
Introduction
58
Leading Edge Protection
59
Pneumatic De-icing Boots
60
Light Aircraft De-icer Boot
61
Twin Engine Turbo Props
62
Airframe De-icing Fluid System
63
Thermal Anti-Icing System
64
Jet Engine Air intakes
65
Engine Nacelle Bleed Air Anti-icing
66
Electrical De-Icing and Anti-Icing
67
Windshields Fluid De – Icing
68
Windshields Electrical Anti – Icing
69
Pitot Probes
70
Propellers De-Icing
71
Propeller Fluid De-Icing System
72
Propeller Electrical De-Icing System
73
Turbo-Prop Electrical Anti-icing and De-icing Operation and Indications
1
Introduction
2
Maximum Cabin Altitude for Pressurised Aircraft
3
Cabin Ambient Pressure
4
Cabin Differential Pressure – ∆P
5
Maximum Differential
6
Negative Differential
7
Safety
8
Safety Valves
9
Inward Relief Valves
10
Cabin Pressure
11
Outflow
12
Rate of Change
13
Maximum Rates of Change
14
Eustachian Tube
15
Cabin Pressure Control Systems
16
Variable Isobaric Controls
17
Pneumatic Pressure Control System
18
Discharge Valve
19
Cabin Pressure Controller
20
Initial Inflation Pressure
21
The Climb
22
Unanticipated Stepped Climb
23
Cruise – Isobaric Control
24
Partially Open
25
Maximum Differential Capsule
26
Max Diff Profiles – Off Schedule Descent
27
Max Diff Profiles – Aircraft Climb
28
Pressure Bumping
29
Descent
30
Go Around
31
Dump Valve
32
Ditching
33
Pneumatic Controller and Indications
34
Electro-Pneumatic Pressure Control System
35
Electronic Pressure Control System
36
Electronic Controller Operation
37
Automatic Operation
38
Standby
39
Off Schedule Descent
40
Manual Mode
41
Cabin Pressure Indicator
42
Leakage and Sealing
43
Decompression
44
Explosive Decompression
45
Rapid Decompression
46
Cabin Altitude in the Event of a Pressure Failure
47
Graphical Representation of Cabin Differential
48
Oxygen
49
Introduction
50
Hypoxia
51
Oxygen Saturation
52
Number of Passenger Masks and Distribution
53
Oxygen
54
Gaseous Aviation Breathing Oxygen
55
Gaseous Oxygen Systems
56
Continuous Flow System
57
Continuous Flow Passenger Supplementary Oxygen System
58
High Altitude Airports
59
Flight Crew’s Diluter Demand System
60
Passenger Chemical Oxygen Generators
61
Pax Masks and Smoke
62
Cabin Crew
63
Protective Breathing Equipment
64
Flight Crew Masks
65
Un-pressurised Aircraf
66
First-Aid Oxygen
67
Gaseous Oxygen System Components
68
Replenishing Aircraft Oxygen Systems
69
Thermal Compensator
70
Oxygen Bacterial Contamination
71
Fire and Explosion
72
Lubrication of Oxygen Components
1
Introduction
2
Basic Chemistry
3
The Fire Triangle
4
Fuels
5
Heat
6
Fire Point
7
Flash Point
8
Auto Ignition Temperature
9
Oxygen
10
Combustion Products
11
Heat
12
Smoke
13
Classification of fires
14
Fires Involving Electricity
15
Domestic Situations
16
Fire Prevention by Design
17
JAR Definitions
18
Fireproof
19
Fire Resistant
20
Flame Resistant
21
Flash Resistant
22
Flammable
23
Fuselage Cargo Compartment Classification
24
Toilet Compartments
25
Fire Zones
26
Reciprocating Engines
27
Gas Turbine Engines
28
Auxiliary Power Units -APUs
29
Combustion Heaters
30
Air Intakes
31
Drainage and Ventilation of Fire Zones
32
Firewalls
33
Flammable Fluid Fire Protection
34
Engine and Combustion Heater Fire Shut-Off Valves
35
Flammable Fluid –Reservoirs and Pipes in a Fire Zone
36
Flight Controls and Engine Mounts within a Fire Zone
37
Dry Bays
38
Fire Detection
39
Introduction
40
Engine Fire Detection Warning Time
41
Cargo Compartment Fire Warning Times
42
Smoke Detectors
43
Radioactive Ionisation Detectors
44
Photoelectric Light Scatter Detectors
45
Photoelectric Light Attenuation Detectors
46
Location and Redundancy of Smoke Detectors
47
Ceiling Mounted
48
Remotely Mounted
49
Overheat Detectors – Fenwal Thermoswitch®
50
Fire Detectors
51
Firewire TM Kidde Graviner
52
Note
53
Firewire as a Generic Term
54
Resistive Firewire
55
Capacitive Firewire
56
Systron Donner Pressure Operated Fire / Overheat Detector
57
Thermocouple Fire Detector
58
Flame Detectors – Ultra Violet Type
59
Flame Detectors – Infra-red Type
60
JAA Requirements For Fire Warning
61
Dual Loops
62
Built In Test – BIT
63
Pre-Flight Test
64
Aural and Visual Alerting
65
Fire Warning – Indicating the Source
66
Overheat Warning
67
Fire Warnings for Toilet Compartments
68
Fire Suppression
69
Introduction
70
Fire Extinguishing Agents
71
Carbon Dioxide- CO2
72
Bromochlorodifluoromethane – CBrCIF3
73
Bromotrifluoromethane – CF3Br
74
Water – H2O
75
Methyl Bromide – MB
76
Protective Breathing Equipment for Flight Crew
77
Built in Fire Extinguishers Systems
78
Fixed Fire Extinguishers – Spherical
79
Squibs and Squib Test
80
Fixed Fire Extinguishers – Cylindrical
81
Thermal Over Pressure Vent Valve and Thermal Discharge Indicator
82
Discharge Indicators
83
Cross Feed System
84
Electrical Actuation of a Single Shot System
85
Electrical Actuation of a Cross Feed System
86
Engine Fire Indications
87
Fire Handles
88
Auxiliary Power Units Fire Protection
89
Wheel Bays
90
Hand Held Fire Extinguishers
91
Flight Deck
92
Cargo Compartments A, B and E
93
Galleys
94
Hand Held Fire Extinguisher for Passenger Compartments
95
Lavatory Fire Protection
96
Wheel Brake Fires