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Standard aircraft handbook for mechanics and technicians

Author: L W Reithmaier; Ron Sterkenburg
Publisher: New York : McGraw Hill Education, [2014]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 7th edView all editions and formats
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The practical, on-the-job aircraft manual--now fully updated For more than 60 years, the Standard Aircraft Handbook for Mechanics and Technicians has been the trusted resource for building, maintaining, overhauling, and repairing aircraft. This illustrated guide provides clear, step-by-step procedures for all essential aircraft tasks. The Seventh Edition has been thoroughly revised to cover the latest advances in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Handbooks and manuals
Handbooks, manuals, etc
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Additional Physical Format: (DLC) 2013443882
(OCoLC)839387274
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: L W Reithmaier; Ron Sterkenburg
ISBN: 9780071826808 0071826807
OCLC Number: 1224200078
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover --
About the Editors --
Title Page --
Copyright Page --
Contents --
Preface --
Acknowledgments --
Chapter 1: Introduction --
Fuselage Structure --
Location Numbering Systems --
Wing Structure --
Empennage or Tail Assembly --
Chapter 2: Tools and How to Use Them --
Safety Considerations --
General-Purpose Hand Tools --
Hammers --
Screwdrivers --
Pliers --
Punches --
Wrenches --
Metal-Cutting Tools --
Hand snips --
Hacksaws --
Chisels --
Files --
Drilling and Countersinking --
Reamers --
Layout and Measuring Tools --
Rules --
Combination Sets --
Scriber --
Dividers and Calipers --
Slide Calipers --
Taps and Dies --
Shop Equipment --
Holding Devices --
Squaring Shears --
Throatless Shears --
Bar Folder --
Sheet-Metal Brake --
Slip Roll Former --
Grinders --
Rotary Punch --
Chapter 3: Materials and Fabricating --
Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys --
Alloy and Temper Designations --
Cast and Wrought Aluminum Alloy Designation System --
Aluminum --
Aluminum Alloys --
Temper Designation System --
Characteristics of Aluminum Alloys --
Nonheat-Treatable Alloys --
Heat-Treatable Alloys --
Clad Alloys --
Annealing Characteristics --
Typical Uses of Aluminum and its Alloys --
Heat Treatment of Aluminum Alloys --
Identification of Aluminum --
Handling Aluminum --
Forming Aluminum Alloys --
Forming at the Factory --
Blanking --
Bending --
Press-Brake Forming --
Stretch Forming --
Hydro Press Forming --
Roll Forming --
Flexible-Die Forming --
Machining --
Drilling --
Turret Lathes and Screw Machines --
Milling --
Routing --
Forging --
Casting --
Chemical Milling --
Making Straight-Line Bends --
Bend Allowance --
Brake or Sight Line --
J Chart for Calculating Bend Allowance --
Making Layouts --
Relief Holes --
Miscellaneous Shop Equipment and Procedures --
Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys --
Heat Treatment of Magnesium Alloys --
Titanium and Titanium Alloys. Titanium Designations --
Corrosion Characteristics --
Treatment of Titanium --
Working with Titanium --
Machining of Titanium --
Milling --
Turning --
Drilling --
Tapping --
Grinding --
Sawing --
Cleaning after Machining --
Shop-Forming Titanium --
Stress Relief --
Ferrous Aircraft Metals --
Identification --
Types, Characteristics, and Uses of Alloyed Steels --
Heat Treatment of Ferrous Metals --
Chapter 4: Drilling and Countersinking --
Rivet Hole Preparation --
Rivet Hole Location --
Drills --
Drill Sharpening --
Drill Points --
Drilling Equipment --
Drilling Operations --
Chucking the Drill --
Drilling Holes --
Drill Stops and Drill Bushings --
Using an Extension Drill --
Drilling Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys --
Drilling Titanium and Titanium Alloys --
Drilling Stainless Steel --
Deburring --
Countersinking --
Types of Countersinking Cutters --
Countersinking Holes --
Minimum Countersinking Depth --
Form Countersinking (Dimpling) --
100° Combination Predimple and Countersink Method --
Hole Preparation for Form Countersinking --
Shaving Flush Head Fasteners --
Reamers --
Chapter 5: Riveting --
Solid-Shank Rivets --
Material --
Rivet Types and Identification --
Riveting Practice --
Edge Distance --
Rivet Length --
Rivet Spacing --
Hole Preparation --
Use of Clecos --
Driving Solid-Shank Rivets --
Rivet Sets --
Bucking Bars --
Riveting Procedure --
Blind Bucking --
Blind Bucking --
Tapping Code --
Hand Riveting --
Rivet Squeezers --
Inspection after Riveting --
Rivet Removal --
NACA Method of Double Flush Riveting --
Blind Rivets --
Mechanical Locked-Stem Self-Plugging Rivets --
Removal of Mechanically Locked Blind Rivets --
Sheet-Metal Repair --
Damage Removal --
Repair Material Thickness --
Rivet Selection --
Rivet Spacing and Edge Distance --
Repair Approval --
Typical Sheet-Metal Repairs --
Patches --
Flush Patch. Chapter 6: Bolts and Threaded Fasteners --
Aircraft Bolts --
General-Purpose Bolts --
Close-Tolerance Bolts --
Classification of Threads --
Identification and Coding --
Aircraft Nuts --
Self-Locking Nuts to 250°F --
High-Temperature Self-Locking Nuts --
Miscellaneous Nut Types --
Aircraft Washers --
Plain Washers --
Lock Washers --
Installation of Nuts and Bolts --
Torque Tables --
Cotter Pin Hole Line-Up --
Safetying of Nuts, Bolts, and Screws --
Cotter Pin Safetying --
Installation: Bolts, Washers, Nuts, and Cotter Pins --
Miscellaneous Threaded Fasteners --
Screws --
Dzus Fasteners --
Camloc Fasteners --
Hi-Lok®, Hi-Tigue®, and Hi-Lite® Fasteners --
Hi-Lok® Fastening System --
Hi-Tigue® Fastening System --
Hi-Lite® Fastening System --
Installation of Hi-Lok®, Hi-Tigue®, and Hi-Lite® Fasteners --
Hole Preparation --
Pin Grip Length --
Installation Tools --
Installation Steps for an Interference-Fit Hole --
Inspection after Installation --
Removal of the Installed Fastener --
Lockbolt Fastening Systems --
Installation Procedure --
Lockbolt Inspection --
Lockbolt Removal --
Blind Bolts --
Cherry Maxibolt® Blind Bolt System --
Drive-Nut-Type Blind Bolt --
Chapter 7: Aircraft Plumbing --
Fluid Lines --
Aluminum Alloy Tubing --
Steel --
Titanium 3AL-2.5V --
Tubing Identification --
Sizes --
Flexible Hose --
Synthetics --
Rubber Hose --
Teflon Hose --
Identification of Hose --
Size Designation --
Identification of Fluid Lines --
Plumbing Connections --
Flared-Tube Fittings --
Flareless-Tube Fittings --
Swaged Fittings --
Cryofit Fittings --
Tube Cutting --
Deburring --
Tube Bending --
Tube Flaring --
Assembling Sleeve-Type Fittings --
Proof-Testing after Assembly --
Installing Flexible Hose Assemblies --
Installing Rigid Tubing --
Support Clamps --
Rigid Tubing Inspection and Repair --
Chapter 8: Control Cables --
Cable Assembly. Fabricating a Cable Assembly --
Swaging --
Nicopress Process --
Turnbuckles --
Safety Methods for Turnbuckles --
Double-Wrap Method --
Cable Tension Adjustment --
Cable Guides --
Chapter 9: Electrical Wiring and Installation --
Material Selection --
Wire Size --
Stripping Insulation --
Terminals --
Aluminum Wire Terminals --
Connecting Terminal Lugs to Terminal Blocks --
Wiring Identification --
Placement of Identification Markings --
Wire Groups and Bundles --
Spliced Connections in Wire Bundles --
Bend Radii --
Routing and Installations --
Protection Against Chafing --
Bonding and Grounding --
AN/MS Connectors --
Wire Inspection --
Electrical Components --
Switches --
Relays and Solenoids --
Fuses --
Circuit Breakers --
Chapter 10: Aircraft Drawings --
Orthographic Projection --
Working Drawings --
Detail Drawing --
Assembly Drawing --
Installation Drawing --
Title Block --
Bill of Material --
Other Data --
Sectional Views --
The Lines on a Drawing --
Rivet Symbols Used on Drawings (Blueprints) --
Chapter 11: Nondestructive Testing (NDT) or Nondestructive Inspection (NDI) --
Visual Inspection --
NDT Beyond Visual Inspection --
Liquid Penetrant Inspection --
Eddy-Current Inspection --
Ultrasonic Inspection --
Phased Array Inspection --
Magnetic Particle Inspection --
Radiography --
Tap or Coin Test --
Thermography --
Shearography --
Chapter 12: Corrosion Detection and Control --
Types of Corrosion --
Direct Chemical Attack --
Electrochemical Attack --
Forms of Corrosion --
Surface Corrosion --
Filiform Corrosion --
Pitting Corrosion --
Intergranular Corrosion --
Exfoliation Corrosion --
Stress Corrosion --
Fretting Corrosion --
Effects of Corrosion --
Corrosion Control --
Inspection Requirements --
Corrosion Prevention --
Corrosion-Prone Areas --
Corrosion-Removal Techniques --
Surface Damage by Corrosion --
Chapter 13: Composites --
Introduction. Definition of Composite Materials --
Major Components of a Laminate --
Types of Fiber --
Fiberglass --
Carbon --
Kevlar® --
Fiber Forms --
Roving --
Unidirectional (Tape) --
Bidirectional (Fabric) --
Resin Systems --
Mixing Two-Part Resin Systems --
Curing Stages of Thermosetting Resins --
Dry Fiber and Prepreg --
Adhesives --
Film Adhesives --
Paste Adhesives --
Foaming Adhesives --
Honeycomb Sandwich Structures --
Laminate Structures --
Damage and Defects --
Delamination and Debonds --
Resin Rich or Starved --
Fiber Breakage --
Matrix Imperfections --
Moisture Ingress --
Vacuum Bagging Techniques --
Release Agents --
Bleeder Ply --
Peel Ply --
Layup Tapes --
Perforated Release Film --
Solid Release Film --
Breather Material --
Vacuum Bag --
Curing and Curing Equipment --
Oven --
Autoclave --
Heat Bonder --
Types of Layups for Repair --
Wet Layup --
Prepreg Layup --
Repairs of Honeycomb and Laminate Structures --
Honeycomb Sandwich Repair --
Repair of Laminate Structure --
Specialty Fasteners Used for Composite Structures --
Fastener Materials --
Drilling --
Countersinking --
Chapter 14: Standard Parts --
Standard Parts Identification --
Standard Parts Illustrations --
Additional Standard Parts (Patented) --
Appendix --
Tap Drill Sizes-American (National) Screw Thread Series --
Wire and Sheet Metal Gage Table --
Ultimate and Shear Strength of Typical Aluminum Alloys --
Chemical Flashpoints for Various Liquids Used in the Aircraft Industry --
Glossary --
Index.
Responsibility: edited by Larry Reithmaier and Ronald Sterkenburg.

Abstract:

The practical, on-the-job aircraft manual--now fully updated For more than 60 years, the Standard Aircraft Handbook for Mechanics and Technicians has been the trusted resource for building, maintaining, overhauling, and repairing aircraft. This illustrated guide provides clear, step-by-step procedures for all essential aircraft tasks. The Seventh Edition has been thoroughly revised to cover the latest advances in the industry, including composite materials, cutting-edge nondestructive testing, and detection equipment and procedures. New photos, diagrams, tables, and schematics are featured throughout this must-have reference. Coverage includes: Tools and their proper useMaterials and fabricatingDrilling and countersinkingRivetingBolts and threaded fastenersAircraft plumbingControl cables Electrical wiring and installation Aircraft drawingsNondestructive testing (NDT)Corrosion detection and controlComposite materials.

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