Materials and Hardware strictly matches the requirements of Part 66 including its content, sequence, and the required learning levels (L1, 2, or 3) needed for an approved CAT-A 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 15 sections:
- Aircraft Materials – Ferrous (L1)
- Aircraft Materials – Non-Ferrous (L1)
- Aircraft Materials – Composites (L1)
- Aircraft Materials – Wood (L1)
- Aircraft Materials – Fabric (L1)
- Corrosion (L1, 2)
- Fasteners – Screw Threads (L2)
- Fasteners – Bolts, Studs, Screws (L2)
- Fasteners – Locking Devices (L2)
- Fasteners – Rivets (L1)
- Pipes and Unions (L2)
- Bearings (L1)
- Transmissions (L1)
- Control Cables (L1)
- Electrical Cables and Connectors (L1)
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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