Aerospace Electricity

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Description

Electricity is used in almost every system on an airplane.

The flow of electricity must be managed properly through the airplane structure.

In this course you’ll learn how to measure values and being able to convert them to other units of measure, you will learn how to avoid potential danger when testing resistance, you’ll learn how to use multimeters and ohmmeters, and you’ll know how electricity work in an aircraft.

Duration: 14 hours

14 modules:

  • MODULE 1: ELECTRICITY AND THE AIRPLANE
  • MODULE 2: ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENT AND UNIT CONVERSION
  • MODULE 3: RESISTANCE TEST EQUIPMENT
  • MODULE 4: THE FLUKE® MULTIMETER
  • MODULE 5: THE BIDDLE® OHMMETER
  • MODULE 6: THE AVTRON® OHMMETER
  • MODULE 7: THE HEWLETT PACKARD® MILLIOHMMETER
  • MODULE 8: THE BCD M1® OHMMETER
  • MODULE 9: ELECTRICAL BOND AND GROUND INTRODUCTION
  • MODULE 10: PRE-INSTALLED GROUND STUDS
  • MODULE 11: ELECTRICAL FAY SURFACE BONDS
  • MODULE 12: DIRECT GROUND STUD
  • MODULE 13: FILLET SEALING A GROUND STUD
  • MODULE 14: FAY SEALING A DIRECT GROUND STUD

Download our Aerospace Electricity – Brochure.