Aircraft Maintenance & Repair, by Frank Delp

Aircraft Maintenance & Repair

by Frank Delp, Michael J. Kroes,
Ronald Sterkenburg & William A. Watkins

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Get up to date information to perform return-to-service aircraft maintenance and pass your FAA aircraft certification.

Aircraft Maintenance & Repair, Seventh Edition, is a valuable resource for students of aviation technology that provides updated information needed to prepare for an FAA airframe technician certification and can be used with classroom discussions and practical application in the shop and on aircraft. This expanded edition includes recent advances in aviation technology to help students find employment as airframe and powerplant mechanics and other technical and engineering-type occupations.

Coverage begins with basic airframe structures, and then specifically into basic materials including metal, composites, plastics, wood, fabric, and welding techniques. assembly and rigging of large and aircraft is then covered followed by detailed description of various systems including fluid power, landing gear, environmental, and auxiliary devices.

* Modern aircraft developed since the previous edition, such as the Boeing 777, the Airbus A330, modern corporate jets, and new light aircraft.
* New chemicals and precautions related to composite materials.
* Current FAA regulations and requirements FAA Airframe and Powerplant certification requirements.
* The newest maintenance and repair tools and techniques.

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Hazardous Materials and Safety Practices
Aircraft Structures
Fabrication and Repair of Wood Structures
Fabric Coverings
Aircraft Painting and Markings
Welding Equipment and Techniques
Welded Aircraft Structures and Repair
Sheet Metal Construction
Sheet Metal Inspection and Repair
Advanced Composite Materials
Assembly and Rigging
Fluid Power Systems
Landing Gear Systems
Fuel Systems
Environmental Systems
Aircraft Instrument Systems
Auxiliary Systems
Troubleshooting Theory and Practice


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