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    Aircraft Aging

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    Addressing the challenges of aging aircraft is greatly needed in aviation maintenance to increase the serviceability and reliability of both military and civilian aircraft around the world. There are many different ways to detect and ways to slow down the aging process. Over time aircraft will age just the same as a human would and as the years go by there are more needs for inspections to extend the life of the aircraft, but it is impossible to completely prevent the effects of aging. Corrosion

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    Aircraft Family

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    ENVIRONMENTSL SYS The SA227 family of aircraft are low wing monoplanes, built by Fairchild Aircraft Corporation. These aircraft include the Merlin IIC, Merlin IVC, and the Metro III. These three aircraft are powered by two turboprop engines equipped with constant speed, full feathering, four blade, reversible propellers made by Dowty-Rotol, or McCauley propellers. The cabin is pressurized, heated and cooled by bleed air which is ducted through valves, heat exchangers, and refrigeration unit

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    aircraft icing

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    dangerous to flight but most accidents can be avoided if the right precautions are taken to avoid potential bad weather situations. I will take a closer look at icing conditions on aircraft and give examples of icing related accidents Body Icing, or ice buildup on the wings, is a particular problem for aircraft. When ice builds up on wings, it can disrupt airflow, robbing an airplane of lift and can decrease its angle of attack, which keeps it in the air. Wind tunnel and flight tests have

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    Aircraft Law: Liability

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    Aircraft Law: Liability The problems regarding aircraft liability in the international realm primarily relate to resolving issues of legal status of international airline passengers and cargo. The issues are defined as follows: sovereignty over airspace, the impact of aerospace craft on the environment, the role of aerospace technology in the international system, weather modification, air safety and international aviation relations. Remarkable growth and development in the range of air transport

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    Physics in Aircrafts

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    Physics in Aircrafts All you need to know about the role physics plays in the flight of an aircraft. Introduction Many people are amazed with the flight of an object, especially one the size of an airplane, but they do not realize how much physics plays a role in this amazing incident. There are many different ways in which physics aids the flight of an aircraft. In the following few paragraphs some of the many ways will be described so that you, the reader, will realize physics at work in

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    Future of Passenger Aircraft

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    The future of passenger aircraft and their manufactures has an amazing outlook. Every year the brightest minds in aviation compile the greatest technological advances towards creating the safest and most economical aircraft on the planet. No detail is over looked, and the bottom dollar is the all controlling factor. From private aircraft to public aircraft, space exploration and beyond, the future is bright for the passenger aircraft market, and everyone who purchases air travel should be excited

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    The aircraft captain shoulders the responsibilities of guaranteeing the normal operation of the aircraft, keeping the cabin crew and passengers safe. Firstly, the prime responsibility of the aircraft captain lies in that he shall supervise and take charge of the aircraft operations and make sure that the flights are safe and successful. The captain undertakes the obligations to instruct the crew, exam the flight process, check up whether the plane is in good condition before it takes off. Then, the

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    Aircraft Maintenance Practices

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    1) Aircraft Engine Intake and Exhaust danger zone with the implications of FOD damage. 2) Electro-static hazards associated with radio transmission 3) The reasons for earthing and bonding the aircraft. 4) The types and use of fire extinguisher equipment. 1.0 AIRCRAFT ENGINE INTAKE AND EXHAUST DANGER ZONE Make a detail visual inspection on the ground particularly front and rear side of the engine for loose objects and unwanted materials. See to it that all loose objects, parts, tools and equipment

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    Usually, aircraft accidents are rarely a result of single isolated events. In most cases, several factors are in play, and connected as links in a chain to lead to such disastrous fatal accidents. Nonetheless, the pilots' responses are often the final link in such chain of events. The manner that the pilots respond to the emerging issues that bring planes down in accidents is normally perceived to be the sole cause of such accidents, yet investigations normally reveal numerous other causes. Some

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    Aircraft Noise

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    It began with the first manned flight of an aircraft by the Wright brothers in 1903 in the town of     Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, forever changing the face of transportation in not only the United States but indeed the world. The invention of the airplane allowed for the traveling of greater distances in a shorter period of time than had previously been allowed with rail travel, or horse drawn carriage as the more popular modes of transportation of the day. It really wasn’t until the late 1940s

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