Card Set Information

2014-07-26 15:57:05

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  1. GFRP
    Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic
  2. CFRP
    Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic
  3. Body of the aircraft
  4. Primary lift generating component of an aircraft
  5. Triangular material, attached to the leading edge of a wing towards the root area. Designed to induce turbulent airflow at higher angles of attack, resulting in a stall in that particular section of the wing.
    Stall strip
  6. Delay airflow separation from the upper surface of the wings and increase control surface effectiveness, throughout most phases of flight.
    Vortex generators
  7. Gives longitudinal control
    Elevator (attached to the horizontal stabilizer)
  8. Gives lateral control
  9. Gives yaw control
    Rudder (attached to vertical stabilizer)
  10. Degree of castering nose wheel
  11. Tire pressure
    • 26 Nose
    • 33 Main
  12. Four stroke operating cycle
    • Intake
    • Compression
    • Power
    • Exhaust
  13. Covers the powerplant
  14. Attaches below the front of the engine and is an entry point for air
    Air intake
  15. Converts brake horsepower from the engine into thrust
  16. Force that moves the aircraft through the air
  17. Aligns itself with the magnetic axis formed by the N/S magnetic field of the earth
    Magnetic compass
  18. Provides system pressure indications to the pilot
    Vacuum Guage
  19. Reads and displays the rotations per minute (RPMs) of the engine
    Engine tachometer
  20. Shows the aircraft's indicated airspeed in nautical miles per hours (kts)
    Airspeed indicator and markings
  21. Shows pitch and roll
    Attitude indicator
  22. Indicates an aircraft's MSL altitude by sensing pressure changes
  23. Displays aircraft's position in relation to a selected course
    Course deviation
  24. Shows when the airplane is slipping or skidding
    Turn coordinator
  25. Shows the direction of the plane in relation to a preset heading
    Heading indicator
  26. Gives an indication of rate of climb or descent based on deviation from a constant pressure level
    Vertical speed indicator
  27. Shows the current flowing between the battery and the main bus
  28. Shows voltage on the main bus
  29. Number of separate brake systems
  30. Fuel filter bowl; Acts as a trap for sediment and water that has entered the fuel line from the tank
  31. Provides induction air to the engine cylinders and air to the heater and defroster
    Pneumatic system
  32. Supplies air to the air distribution system
    Engine induction air
  33. Number of air intake openings
  34. Supplies air through a filter assembly and large flexible hose to the engine intake manifold
    Left (primary)
  35. Supplies unfiltered air through a duct and large flexible hose to the heat-exchanger on the muffler
    Right opening
  36. Alternate air intake
    Rear opening
  37. Pneumatic System source
    Ambient air
  38. Pneumatic System carrier
    Scat tubes
  39. Pneumatic System user
    Engine and heater
  40. Pneumatic System pump
    Ram air
  41. Pneumatic System bypass
    Alternate air
  42. Pneumatic System filter
    Engine air inlet filter
  43. Fuel system source
    Fuel tank
  44. Fuel system carrier
    Fuel lines
  45. Fuel system user
  46. Fuel system pump(s)
    Dukes electric/mechanical engine driven
  47. Fuel system bypass
    Incorporated in the Dukes fuel pump
  48. Fuel system filter
  49. Brake system source
    Hydraulic reservoirs behind brake pedals
  50. Brake system carrier
    Brake lines
  51. Brake system user
    Disc brakes
  52. Brake system pump
    Brake pedals
  53. Brake system bypass
    Parking brake valve (2 way)
  54. Brake system filter
    Parking brake valve (2 way valve)
  55. Number of ignition systems
  56. Components of the ignition system
    • Ignition switch
    • Ignition cables
    • Two Magnetos
    • Starting vibrator "Shower of Sparks" system
    • Ignition Harness (spark plug leads)
    • Spark plugs
  57. Positions of ignition switch
    • Off
    • R
    • L
    • Both
    • Start
  58. Left/Right magnetos connect to which spark plugs?
  59. What happens when the ignition switch is turned to START and the GEN/BAT is on?
    • Main bus supplies power to the ignition switch
    • Ignition switch gives a positive supply to the starter relay
    • Starter relay energizes. Relay contacts close
    • Starter solenoid energizes
    • Contacts in solenoid close to complete the power circuit to the starter motor
    • Motor turns the engine
  60. Ignition system pathway
    Ignition switch, Magnetos, Ignition leads, Sparks plugs
  61. Oil system source
    Oil sump (wet)
  62. Oil system carrier
    Oil lines
  63. Oil system user
    Engine accessories (cylinders and components)
  64. Oil system pump
    Engine driven oil pump
  65. Oil system bypass
    Inside oil filter
  66. Oil system filter
    Oil filter
  67. Oil system pathway
    • Wet oil sump
    • Engine driven oil pump
    • Oil filter
    • Vernatherm or Bypass to Oil cooler
    • Engine accessories
    • Cylinders
    • Components
  68. 2 sources of electrical power
    • 14 volt generator
    • 12 volt battery
  69. Supplies power for the system under normal operation
    14 volt generator
  70. Type of electrical system
    14 volt DC
  71. Electrical system source
    Battery (12 volt, 20 Amp/Hr)
  72. Electrical system carrier
    Electrical wiring
  73. Electrical system user
    Electrical equipment (avionics, trim system, lighting, instruments, etc.)
  74. Electrical system pump
    Alternator (14 V, 40 Amp.)
  75. Electrical system bypass
    Circuit breakers
  76. Electrical system filter
    Electrical bus
  77. Components of the pitot-static system
    • Combined pitot-static probe below the left wing
    • Airspeed indicator
    • Altimeter
    • VSI
    • Blind altitude encoder (mode C)
  78. Supplies pitot pressure and static pressure to the air data instruments
    Pitot-static system
  79. Supplies transponder for Mode C operation and the the GPS for altitude input
    Blind Altitude Encoder
  80. Directs ram air through the exhaust heat shroud into the valve
    Cabin heat system
  81. 3 standard warnings
    • Canopy
    • GEN
    • START
  82. 8 major components
    • Fuselage
    • Wings
    • Cockpit
    • Canopy
    • Empennage (tail)
    • Flight controls
    • Landing gear
    • Powerplant (engine and propeller)
  83. Primary flight controls
    • Ailerons
    • Rudder
    • Elevator
  84. Reciprocating engines: Four strokes
    • Intake (Suck)
    • Compression (squeeze)
    • Power (push)
    • Exhaust (blow)
  85. Basic parts of a propeller
    • Tip
    • Leading edge
    • Trailing edge
    • Root
    • Hub
  86. Returns vapors to the gas tank
    Vapor separator
  87. Delivers fuel to the throttle body
    Engine driven fuel pump
  88. Specified fuel for the DA-20
    AVGAS 100LL
  89. Stabilizes, divides, and routes air proportionally to each of the four engine cylinders
  90. Ignition system source
  91. Ignition system carrier
    Ignition wires
  92. Ignition system user
    Spark plugs
  93. Ignition system pump
  94. Ignition system bypass
    Key ignition switch
  95. Ignition system filter
  96. Oil weight per gallon
  97. 3 types of oil that can be used in the DA-20
    • Mineral
    • Ashless Dispersant (most common)
    • Semi-Synthetic
  98. Voltmeter close to 12
    Prior to engine start
  99. Voltmeter close to 14
    When alternator is functioning
  100. Two functions of the vernatherm
    • Senses oil temp
    • Senses the differential oil pressure across the oil cooler