11/16/2012

Aircraft Basic Construction User Guide


Taken from Aircraft Basic Construction INTRODUCTION:

Naval aircraft are built to meet certain specified requirements. These requirements must be selected so they can be built into one aircraft. It is not possible for one aircraft to possess all characteristics; just as it isn't possible for an aircraft to have the comfort of a passenger transport and the maneuverability of a fighter. The type and class of the aircraft determine how strong it must be built. A Navy fighter must be fast, maneuverable, and equipped for attack and defense. To meet these requirements, the aircraft is highly powered and has a very strong structure.

The airframe of a fixed-wing aircraft consists of the following five major units:
1. Fuselage
2. Wings
3. Stabilizers
4. Flight controls surfaces
5. Landing gear

A rotary-wing aircraft consists of the following
four major units:
1. Fuselage
2. Landing gear
3. Main rotor assembly
4. Tail rotor assembly

You need to be familiar with the terms used for aircraft construction to work in an aviation rating

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Aircraft Basic Construction User Guide

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