Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook

Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook


Chapt.1 Mathematics
Mathematics in Aviation Maintenance
Whole Numbers
Mixed Numbers
The Decimal Number System
Solving Proportions
Positive and Negative Numbers (Signed Numbers)
Functions of Numbers Chart
Scientifc Notation
Computing Area of Two-Dimensional Solids
Computing Volume of Three-Dimensional Solids
Computing Surface Area ofThree-Dimensional
Trigonometric Functions
Measurement Systems
The Binary Number System

Chapt.2 Aircraft Drawings
Computer Graphics
Purpose and Function of Aircraft Drawings
Care and Use of Drawings
Types of Drawings
Title Blocks
Universal Numbering System
Bill of Material
Other Drawing Data
Methods of Illustration
Lines and Their Meanings
Drawing Symbols
Reading and Interpreting Drawings
Drawing Sketches
Care of Drafting Instruments
Graphs and Charts
Microflm and Microfche
Digital Images

Chapt.3 Physics
Force, Work, Power, and Torque
Simple Machines
Gas Laws
Fluid Mechanics
The Atmosphere
Aircraft Theory of Flight
Four Forces of Flight
Bernoulli’s Principle and Subsonic Flow
Lift and Newton’s Third Law
Boundary Layer Airfow
Wingtip Vortices
Axes of an Aircraft
Aircraft Stability
Flight Control Surfaces
High-Speed Aerodynamics
Helicopter Aerodynamics
Weight-Shift Control, Flexible Wing Aircraft Aerodynamics
Powered Parachute Aerodynamics

Chapt.4 Aircraft Weight & Balance
Need and Requirements for Aircraft Weighing
Weight and Balance Terminology
Procedures for Weighing an Aircraft
Loading an Aircraft for Flight
Equipment Change and Aircraft Alteration
The Use of Ballast
Loading Graphs and CG Envelopes
Helicopter Weight and Balance
General Concepts
Helicopter Weighing
Weight and Balance—Weight-Shift Aircraft and Powered Parachutes
Weight and Balance for Large Airplanes
Weight and Balance Records

Chapt.5 Aircraft Materials, Processes, & Hardware
Aircraft Metals
Properties of Metals
Ferrous Aircraft Metals
Electrochemical Test
Nonferrous Aircraft Metals
Substitution of Aircraft Metals
Metalworking Processes
Heat Treatment of Ferrous Metals
Heat Treatment of Nonferrous Metals
Aluminum Alloys
Cold Working/Hardening
Nonmetallic Aircraft Materials
Shock Absorber Cord
Aircraft Hardware
Aircraft Rivets

Chapt.6 Aircraft Cleaning & Corrosion Control
Corrosion Control
Forms of Corrosion
Factors Affecting Corrosion

Preventive Maintenance
Corrosion Prone Areas
Corrosion Removal
Corrosion of Ferrous Metals
Corrosion of Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys
Corrosion of Magnesium Alloys
Treatment of Titanium and Titanium Alloys
Protection of Dissimilar Metal Contacts
Corrosion Limits
Processes and Materials Used in Corrosion Control
Chemical Treatments
Protective Paint Finishes
Aircraft Cleaning
Powerplant Cleaning
Solvent Cleaners
Emulsion Cleaners
Soaps and Detergent Cleaners
Mechanical Cleaning Materials
Chemical Cleaners

Chapt.7 Fluid Lines & Fittings
Rigid Fluid Lines
Tubing Materials
Material Identifcation
Fabrication of Metal Tube Lines
Fluid Line Identifcation
MS Flareless Fittings
Rigid Tubing Installation and Inspection
Flexible Hose Fluid Lines
Hose Materials and Construction
Low, Medium, and High Pressure Hoses Hose Identifcation
Flexible Hose Inspection
Fabrication and Replacement of Flexible Hose
Flexible Hose Testing
Size Designations
Hose Fittings
Installation of Flexible Hose Assemblies
Hose Clamps

Chapt.8 Inspection Fundamentals
Basic Inspection Techniques/Practices
Aircraft Logs
Routine/Required Inspections
ATA iSpec 2200
Special Inspections
Special Flight Permits
Nondestructive Inspection/Testing
Acoustic Emission Inspection
Magnetic Particle Inspection
Magnaglo Inspection
Radiographic Inspection
Inspection of Composites
Inspection of Welds

Chapt. 9 Hand Tools & Measuring Devices
General Purpose Tools
Metal Cutting Tools
Taps and Dies
Layout and Measuring Tools

Chapt.10 Basic Electricity
Introduction to Electricity and Electronics
General Composition of Matter
Metric Based Prefxes Used for Electrical Calculations
Static Electricity
Types of Magnets
Conventional Flow and Electron Flow
Electromotive Force (Voltage)
Power and Energy
Types of Resistors
Circuit Protection Devices
Series DC Circuits
Parallel DC Circuits
Series-Parallel DC Circuits
Alternating Current and Voltage
Generator Principles
AC Circuits
DC Measuring Instruments
The Voltmeter
AC Measuring Instruments
Basic Circuit Analysis and Troubleshooting
Nickel-Cadmium Batteries
Introduction to Transistors
Vacuum Tubes
Amplifer Circuits
Magnetic Amplifers
Logic Circuits
DC Generators
DC Generator Maintenance
DC Motors
DC Motor Construction
Types of DC Motors
Counter Electromotive Force (emf)
AC Motors
Generator Control Units (GCU)
Alternator Constant Speed Drive System
Hydraulic Transmission
Voltage Regulation of Alternators

Chapt.11 Safety, Ground Operations, & Servicing
Shop Safety
Flight Line Safety
Fire Protection
Tiedown Procedures
Tiedown Procedures for Land Planes
Ground Movement of Aircraft
Servicing Aircraft
Fuel Servicing of Aircraft

Chapt.12 Publications, Forms, & Records
Overview — Title 14 of the Code of Federal
Regulations (14 CFR)
Electronic Records
Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) Maintenance
Aircraft Maintenance Manual
Line Maintenance, Repairs, and Alterations
Major Repairs and Alterations

Chapt.13 The Mechanic Certifcate
Overview of the Maintenance Technician
Mechanic Certifcation—General
Mechanic Certifcation—Specifc
Human Factors

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