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AIRCRAFT WIRING & ELECRICAL BONDING - EBOOK

$19.99/Each
Part# 13-11236
MFR Model# 309

Overview

The Aircraft Wiring and Electrical Bonding manual published by Aircraft Technical book Company under license by the Australian Civil Aviation Safeyt Authority (CASA) presents indepth instructions for aircraft electrical work. Topics covered range from electrical wire installation to aged aircraft wiring and are covered in a practical manner. This manual offers complete guidance to the A&P technician working with small and large aircraft electrical systems to commercial and military standards.

Table of Contents

  • Wire and Cable
  • Identifying Wire and Cable
  • Preparing Wire and Cable
  • Electrical Wire Installation
  • Repairing Wire and Cable
  • Solderless Terminations and Splices
  • Soldering
  • Lacing and Tying
  • Wiring: Lock, Shear and Seal
  • General Purpose Connectors
  • Electric Connector Sealing Compound
  • RF Connectors and Cabling
  • Bonding and Grounding
  • Earthing and Bonding of Aircraft and Ground Support Equipment
  • Installation of Busbars, Junction Boxes, Protective Devices and Terminal Boards
  • Thermocouple Wire Soldering and Installation
  • Aged Aircraft Wiring
  • Aircraft Electrical System Inspection
  • Fibre Optics

Specifications

  • File Type: Adobe .pdf format
  • File Size: 8.8Mb
  • Print: unlimited
  • Copy/Paste: unlimited
  • Offline Access: yes
  • Search: always
  • Bookmarks: always
  • System Reqs: Windows, Macintosh, iPad, and more

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