It is important that you convey to your peers how the website you chose relates to the learning objective and why it will be a valuable resource for them in the future.
- Search the Internet for pertinent information that will satisfy and demonstrate one of the learning objectives for the module.
- Post the URL for the website in this discussion forum, along with a short summary that describes how the website supports the learning objective you selected.
Your summary should be a minimum of 250 words, grammatically sound, and free of spelling errors.
Learning Objectives (Choose ONE):
- For a typical aircraft, describe the functions of the structure and the flight controls. Apply aerodynamic principles to explain how flight controls control pitch, roll, and yaw.
- Define the operating principles of reciprocating and turbine engines. For reciprocating engines, illustrate proper engine operating procedures and analyze common malfunctions.
- Outline the components of a typical fuel and oil system and their functions. Explain proper management procedures for fuel and oil systems.
- Describe the purpose and operating principles of typical flight instruments. For primary flight instruments, give examples of redundancy and correctly interpret flight instrument indications.
- For auxiliary aircraft systems such as electrical, hydraulic, landing gear, autopilot, ice control, pressurization, and oxygen; label the most important components and explain their functions.
- Outline the required contents of the Airplane Flight Manual and the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.
- Define airworthiness, and define each of the airworthiness inspections required for small (under 12,500 pounds) airplanes.
- Explain how an operator can fly an aircraft with inoperable instruments or equipment within the limits of an approved minimum equipment list (MEL).
- Differentiate between the inspection requirements of FAR Part 91 and the maintenance requirements of FAR Parts 135 and 121.
- Determine the requirements for maintenance records, compliance with Airworthiness Directives (AD), preventive maintenance, and alterations.
- Discuss the Continuing Analysis and Surveillance System (CASS) of an air carrier maintenance program.
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