As with all ATB EASA modules, Electrical Fundamentals strictly matches the requirements of Part 66 including its content, sequence, and the required learning levels (L1, 2, 3) needed for an approved B1 mechanical and B2 avionics maintenance technician program, and is so approved by many national authorities as a part of the training programs of Part 147 schools within their jurisdiction.
As prescribed in Part 66 Appendix 1, the topics are divided in 18 sections:
- Electron Theory (L1)
- Static Electricity and Conduction (L2)
- Electrical Terminology (L2)
- Generation of Electricity (L1)
- DC Sources of Electricity (L2)
- DC Circuits (L2)
- Resistance and Resistors (L1/2)
- Power (L2)
- Capacitance and Capacitors (L2)
- Magnetism (L2)
- Inductance and Inductors (L2)
- DC Motors and Generator Theory (L2)
- AC Theory (L2)
- Resistance, Capacitive, and Inductive Circuits (L2)
- Transformers (L2)
- Filters (L1)
- AC Generators (L2)
- AC Motors (L2)
Complete table of contents is included with the Look Inside link above.
Each topic is explained with understandable text and exceptional full-color illustrations in step-by-step detail. You will learn by understanding concepts and how and why each skill is useful in the day-to-day tasks of the aircraft technician in the aviation maintenance environment. For FAA A&P students, all required topics are covered, however to the somewhat higher level of proficiency as the EASA licenses require.
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