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By Michael J. Kroes, William Watkins, Frank Delp, Ronald Sterkenberg

ISBN-10: 0071801510

ISBN-13: 9780071801515

GET updated info to accomplish RETURN-TO-SERVICE airplane upkeep AND cross YOUR FAA plane CERTIFICATION!

Aircraft upkeep & Repair, 7th variation, is a beneficial source for college kids of aviationtechnology that offers up to date info had to organize for an FAA airframe technician certification — and will be used with school room discussions and sensible software within the store and on airplane. This improved variation comprises fresh advances in aviation expertise tohelp scholars fi nd employment as airframe and powerplant mechanics and different technical and engineering-type occupations.

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Stringers (also shown in Fig. 2-22) are longitudinal members spaced around the fuselage circumference; they extend the full length of the fuselage. The stringers are attached to the outboard edge of the frame and the inboard face of the skin. Floor beams, which provide the support for the cabin floor, attach to the frame and run horizontally across the fuselage. The floor-toskin shear ties shown in Fig. 2-23 are those ties that extend longitudinally along the intersection of the floor beams and frame.

Tension is the stress in a member when a force tends to elongate or stretch it. A bolt tightened to hold parts firmly together is subjected to tension. A cable is in tension when it is used to lift an aircraft or engine. Torsion is the stress of twisting. Rotating shafts under load are subjected to torsion. Bending is actually a combination of compression and tension. When a bar is bent, the portion of the bar toward the outside of the bend is subjected to tension and the portion of the bar toward the inside of the bend is subjected to compression.

In what form are biological hazards most likely to be transmitted? What requires that an employee be informed about the presence of hazardous materials in the workplace? What are the five basic requirements of a hazardcommunications program? indd 16 22/03/13 5:51 PM Aircraft Structures introduction A thorough understanding of the structural components of aircraft and the stresses imposed on those components is essential for the certificated aircraft technician. Such understanding ensures that the technician will design and make repairs in a manner that restores the damaged part to its original strength.

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