Aircraft Ignition & Electrical Power Systems

Aircraft Ignition & Electrical Power Systems

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Aircraft Ignition & Electrical Power Systems

Author : Jeppesen
Year : 2013
BookType : Paperback
ISBN : 9780891000631

Aircraft Ignition & Electrical Power Systems(English) by Jeppesen.

Understanding of Aircraft ignition and electrical power systems.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Aircraft Ignition & Electrical Power Systems

  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • SECTION 1: IGNITION SYSTEMS
    • Chapter I – Voltage Production
    • Chapter II – Battery Ignition System
    • Chapter III – Magneto Ignition Systems
      • A. Basic Forms of Magnetos
        • 1. Shuttle-type Magneto
        • 2. Polar Inductor Magneto
        • 3. Rotating Magnet Magneto
      • B. Magnetic Circuit
        • 1. Static Flux
        • 2. Primary Current
        • 3. Resultant Flux
      • C. Electrical Circuit
        • 1. Primary Circuit
        • 2. Secondary Circuit
      • D. Special Forms of Magnetos
        • 1. Dual Magneto
        • 2. Low-tension Magneto
      • E. Aids to Starting
        • 1. Booster Magneto
        • 2. Impulse Coupling
      • F. Magneto Servicing
        • 1. Preparation for Installation
        • 2. Internal Timing
        • 3. Magneto To Engine Timing
        • 4. Dual Magneto Timing And Installation
    • Chapter IV – Ignition Leads
      • A. Construction
      • B. Testing
    • Chapter V – Spark Plugs
      • A. Spark Plug Nomenclature And Identification
        • 1. Size And Shielding
        • 2. Electrode
        • 3. Reach
        • 4. Heat Range
        • 5. Resistors
      • B. Spark Plug Construction
      • C. Spark Plug Servicing
        • 1. Initial Inspection
        • 2. Cleaning
        • 3. Gapping
        • 4. Testing
        • 5. Installation
  • SECTION 2: ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS
    • Chapter VI – DC Generators
      • A. Electromagnetic Generation
        • 1. Left-hand Rule
        • 2. Simple AC Generator
        • 3. Simple DC Generator
        • 4. Multi-coil DC Generator
        • 5. Armature Reaction And Its Control
        • 6. Generator Field Windings
          • a. Shunt
          • b. Series
          • c. Compound
      • B. Control Of Aircraft DC Generators
        • 1. Controls Required
          • a. Voltage Control
          • b. Current Limitation
          • c. Reverse-current prevention
          • d. Paralleling Requirements
        • 2. Vibrator-type Generator Control System
          • a. Voltage Regulator
          • b. Current Regulation
          • c. Reverse-current Cut-out Relay
        • 3. Carbon-pile Voltage Regulator
        • 4. Differential Voltage Reverse-current Relay
      • C. DC Alternators And Their Control
        • 1. Brush-type Alternators
        • 2. Brushless Alternators
      • D. Alternator Controls
        • 1. Vibrator-type
        • 2. Transistorized Voltage Regulator
        • 3. Transistor Voltage Regulator
    • Chapter VII – DC Generators And Controls–Overhaul and Servicing
      • A. Generator
        • 1. Fields
        • 2. Armature
        • 3. Brushes
        • 4. Testing
      • B. Alternators
        • 1. Stator
        • 2. Rotor
        • 3. Diodes
        • 4. Brushes
        • 5. Testing
      • C. Generator and Alternator Controls
        • 1. Vibrator-type Voltage Regulator
        • 2. Vibrator-type Current Regulator
        • 3. Reverse-current Cut-out Relay
        • 4. Transistorized Voltage Regulators
        • 5. Transistor Voltage Regulator
    • Chapter VIII – AC Alternators and Their Control
      • A. Three-phase Alternators
      • B. Alternator Controls
        • 1. Underfrequency Sensor
        • 2. Line Voltage Sensing
        • 3. Reactive Power Division
        • 4. Phase Rotation
    • Chapter IX – Electrical Motors
      • A. DC Motors
      • B. AC Motors
        • 1. Universal Motors
        • 2. Induction Motors
          • a. Three-phase
          • b. Single-phase
    • Chapter X – Electrical System Installation
      • A. Power Requirements
      • B. Components
        • 1. Wire
        • 2. Wire Terminals
        • 3. Connector Plugs
      • C. Bundling And Routing
  • Glossary
  • Answers to Study Questions
  • Final Examination.

 

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