CATS Book - Aircraft GEN Knowledge JAA ATPL

CATS Book - Aircraft GEN Knowledge JAA ATPL

Code : 3742
CATS Cranfield Aviation Training School ATPL manual for Aircraft General Knowledge. The Aircraft General Knowledge Study Guide covers all the EASA Learning Objectives and important key facts are highlighted in colour throughout.
£119.00
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The CATS Aircraft General Knowledge Study Guide is produced in the UK by Cranfield Aviation Training School. This up-to-the-minute theoretical knowledge study guide offers a cost effective, concise, relevant and modern approach to learning Aircraft General Knowledge in accordance with the EASA PART-FCL CPL & ATPL Syllabi.

The Aircraft General Knowledge Study Guide comes in perfect bound paperback and is part of a set of 13 Study Guides (also available as a complete set).

    PRODUCT INCLUDES
  • Introduction
  • AIRFRAME & SYSTEMS
  • 1 System Design, Loads, Stresses and Maintenance
  • 2 Aircraft Structures
  • 3 The Fuselage
  • 4 Wing Structure
  • 5 Empennage
  • 6 Landing Gear
  • 7 Primary and Secondary Flight Controls
  • 8 Hydraulic Systems
  • 9 Air Driven Systems (Piston Engines Only)
  • 10 Pneumatic Systems - General
  • 11 Air Conditioning and Pressurisation
  • 12 Ice & Rain Protection Systems
  • 13 Fuel System

  • ELECTRICS
  • 1 Electricity
  • 2 Electrical Components
  • 3 Batteries
  • 4 Magnetism and Electromagnetism
  • 5 Generators
  • 6 Constant Speed Drive Units, Integrated Drive Units and Variable Speed Constant Frequency Drive Units
  • 7 Motors
  • 8 Monitoring Equipment
  • 9 Aircraft Electrical Systems
  • 10 Semiconductors
  • 11 Logic circuits
  • 12 Basic Radio Propagation Theory

  • POWERPLANT (Piston)
  • 1 Piston Engine General
  • 2 Lubrication System
  • 3 Cooling Systems
  • 4 Ignition
  • 5 Engine Fuel Supply, Fuel systems, Carburation and Fuel Injection
  • 6 Fuel Injection
  • 7 Engine Performance
  • 8 Power Augmentation Devices
  • 9 Propellers
  • 10 Engine Handling and Operational Criteria

  • POWERPLANT (Turbine)
  • 1 Principles of Operation
  • 2 Working Cycle and Efficiency
  • 3 Air Intakes
  • 4 Gas Turbine Compressors
  • 5 Combustion Systems
  • 6 Turbines
  • 7 Exhaust System
  • 8 Thrust Augmentation
  • 9 Internal and Bleed Air
  • 10 Auxiliary Gearboxes
  • 11 Starting and Ignition System
  • 12 Fuel System
  • 13 Lubrication System
  • 14 Noise Suppression
  • 15 Engine Ice Protection
  • 16 Controls and Indications - Turbojet / Turbofan
  • 17 Engine Operation
  • 18 Turbo-Props
  • 19 Auxiliary Power Unit
  • 20 Ram Air Turbine

  • EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
  • 1 Emergency Exits
  • 2 Fire and Smoke Detection and Protection
  • 3 Aircraft Oxygen systems
  • 4 Emergency Equipment on Board

Perfect bound Paperback, 545 pages.

This is a print on demand title. Please allow 2-3 week lead time.

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