AVIT 2320 - Airframe Fundamentals V
Airframe Fundamentals V includes the ability to identify the various FAA-approved hydraulic fluids and the identification marks for the seals that are compatible with each type of fluid. He or she will be able to locate faults in an operating hydraulic or pneumatic system and will demonstrate knowledge of the safety procedures required when handling high-pressure compressed gases. This course also includes the understanding of the proper procedures for inspecting, servicing, and recharging installed gaseous oxygen systems and knowledge of the safety requirements for handling gaseous oxygen. The operation of both vapor-cycle and air-cycle cooling systems and the function of the various valves and components in a cabin pressurization system, and inspect a cabin heater system for an indication of carbon monoxide leakage.
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 6
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites: AVIT 1310 , AVIT 1320 , AVIT 1410 , and AVIT 1420
Note: Course not designed for transfer.
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