Aircraft Engineering Principles is the essential text for anyone studying for licensed AaP or Aircraft Maintenance Engineer status. The book is written to meet the requirements of JAR-66/ECAR-66, the Joint Aviation Requirement (to be replaced by European Civil Aviation Regulation) for all aircraft engineers within Europe, which is also being continuously harmonised with Federal Aviation Administation requirements in the USA. The book covers modules 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8 of JAR-66/ECAR-66 in full and to a depth appropriate for Aircraft Maintenance Certifying Technicians, and will also be a valuabe reference for those taking ab initio programmes in JAR-147/ECAR-147 and FAR-147. In addition, the necessary mathematics, aerodynamics and electrical principles have been included to meet the requirements of introductory Aerospace Engineering courses. Numerous written and multiple choice questions are provided at the end of each chapter, to aid learning.Figure 6.1 A block schematic diagram of a power supply. ... However, whereas Chapter 5 introduced you to the fundamentals of electrical power generation, distribution and utilization, this section ... stepped down to 28 V AC, then rectified (i.e. converted to direct current (DC)) and finally regulated to provide a constant output voltage of 28 V DC. ... 110V AC 400Hz supply Step-down transformer Rectifier and filter Regulator 24V DCoutput Earth (ground) Chassis (ground) Fixed resistoranbsp;...
|Title||:||Aircraft Engineering Principles|
|Author||:||Lloyd Dingle, Mike Tooley|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2006-08-11|