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Aircraft Digital Electronic and Computer Systems: Principles, Operation and Maintenance - Mike Tooley

Written By Alexis Llontop on lunes, 29 de diciembre de 2014 | 18:06

The books in this series have been designed for both independent and tutor assisted studies. They are particularly useful to the ‘self-starter’ and to those wishing to update or upgrade their aircraft maintenance licence. The series also provides a useful source of reference for those taking ab initio training programmes in EASA Part 147 and FAR 147 approved organizations as well as those following related programmes in further and higher education institutions.

This book is designed to cover the essential knowledge base required by certifying mechanics, technicians and engineers engaged in engineering maintenance activities on commercial aircraft. In addition, this book should appeal to members of the armed forces and others attending training and educational establishments engaged in aircraft maintenance and related aeronautical engineering programmes (including BTEC National and Higher National units as well as City and Guilds and NVQ courses).

The book provides an introduction to the principles, operation and maintenance of aircraf digital electronic and computer systems. The aim has been to make the subject material accessible and presented in a form that can be readily assimilated. The book provides full syllabus coverage of Module 5 of the EASA Part-66 syllabus with partial coverage of avionic topics in Modules 11 and 13. The book assumes a basic understanding of aircraft flight controls as well as an appreciation of electricity and electronics (broadly equivalent to Modules 3 and 4 of the EASA Part-66 syllabus).

Table Contents: [209 Pag.]

Preface
Acknowledgements
Chapter 1  Introduction
1.1  Flight instruments
1.2  Cockpit layouts
1.3  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 2  Number systems
2.1  Denary numbers
2.2  Binary numbers
2.3  Octal numbers
2.4  Hexadecimal numbers
2.5  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 3  Data conversion
3.1  Analogue and digital signals
3.2  Digital to analogue conversion
3.3  Analogue to digital conversion
3.4  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 4  Data buses
4.1  Introducing bus systems
4.2  ARINC 429
4.3  Other bus standards
4.4  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 5  Logic circuits
5.1  Introducing logic
5.2  Logic circuits
5.3  Boolean algebra
5.4  Combinational logic
5.5  Tri-state logic
5.6  Monostables
5.7  Bistables
5.8  Logic families
5.9  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 6  Computers
6.1  Computer systems
6.2  Data representation
6.3  Data storage
6.4  Programs and software
6.5  Backplane bus systems
6.6  Some examples
6.7  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 7  The central processing unit (CPU)
7.1  Internal architecture
7.2  Microprocessor operation
7.3  Intel x86 family
7.4  Intel Pentium family
7.5  AMD 29050
7.6  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 8  Integrated circuits
8.1  Scale of integration
8.2  Fabrication technology
8.3  Packaging and pin numbering
8.4  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 9  MSI logic
9.1  Fan-in and fan-out
9.2  Decoders
9.3  Encoders
9.4  Multiplexers
9.5  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 10  Fibre optics
10.1  Advantages and disadvantages
10.2  Propagation in optical fibres
10.3  Dispersion and bandwidth
10.4  Practical optical networks
10.5  Optical network components
10.6  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 11  Displays
11.1  CRT displays
11.2  Light emitting diodes
11.3  Liquid crystal displays
11.4  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 12  Electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD)
12.1  Static electricity
12.2  Static sensitive devices
12.3  ESD warnings
12.4  Handling and transporting ESD
12.5  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 13  Software
13.1  Software classification
13.2  Software certification
13.3  Software upgrading
13.4  Data verification
13.5  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 14  Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
14.1  EMI generation
14.2  EMC and avionic equipment
14.3  Spectrum analysis
14.4  Effects and causes of EMI
14.5  Aircraft wiring and cabling
14.6  Grounding and bonding
14.7  Multiple choice questions
Chapter 15  Avionic systems
15.1  Aircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS)
15.2  Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS)
15.3  Engine Indication and Crew Alerting System (EICAS)
15.4  Fly-by-wire (FBW)
15.5  Flight Management System (FMS)
15.6  Global Positioning System (GPS)
15.7  Inertial Navigation System (INS)
15.8  Traffic Alert Collision Avoidance System (TCAS)
15.9  Automatic Test Equipment (ATE)
15.10  Built-in Test Equipment (BITE)
15.11  Multiple choice questions
Appendix 1  Abbreviations and acronyms
Appendix 2  Revision papers
Appendix 3  Answers
 
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