Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations
A. Administrative, Airworthiness Certification and Operation
B. Part 3: General Requirements
1. 14 CFR Part 21Certification Procedures for Products and Parts
2. 14 CFR Part 43 Maintenance, Preventi
A. many aircraft are made of metal, and the most insidious form of
damage to those structures is corrosion.
B. Types of Corrosion
a. resulting from a direct exposure of a bare surface to caustic
Ground Movement of Aircraft
A. Engine Starting and Operation
1. position aircraft into prevailing wind
2. make sure that no property damage or personal injury will occur
from propeller blast or jet exhaust
3. a fireguard shall be stationed i
A. Electrical Safety
1. Physiological Safety
a. when electricity is applied to the human body, it can create
severe burns. Nervous system can be damaged
b. wearing and use of proper safety equipment is helpful
2. Fire Safety
A. Servicing Aircraft Air/Nitrogen, Oil, and Fluids
1. aircraft are engine oil is checked with a dipstick or a sight gauge
2. reciprocating engines should be checked after the engine has been
inactive, while the turbin
AMS 118 Unit 2 Study Guide
1. Where (city) does the FAA store airman records?
2. In what year was the FAA, as it currently exists, formed, and under what Federal department
does it reside?
3. What does FSDO stand for?
4. Title 14 of the Code of Fed
AMS 118 Unit 1 Study Guide
1. What are the general electrical hand tool safety procedures?
2. What is an MSDS and what type of information does it contain?
3. What do the different colors and numbers represent on the HMIS hazard label?
4. What are
AMS 118 Unit 4 Study Guide
1. What are the function and location of drooped ailerons, elevons, flaperons, spoilerons,
stabilators and ruddervators?
2. What is the boundary layer, laminar layer, transition point and turbulent layer?
3. What two flig
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