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Trade & Industrial Education
Aviation - Secondary, AC Electrical Circuits
Students will continue their study of electricity. The student will measure capacitrance and inductance, calculate and measure electrical power, voltage, current, resistance and continuity with the use of electrical meters.
Jeff Huffman

-Identify and perform testing of capacitance

-Identify and perform tests of inductance

-identify and measure voltage

-identify and measure current

-identify and measure resistance

-identify and measure continuity

-demonstrate use of electrical meters

Written and practical evaluations will be performed at the Part 147 AMTS.

This course aligns with FAA Part 147 certified Aviation Maintenance Technician School (AMTS) curriculum requirements. Teaching of this course by any entity other than a FAA 147 certified AMTS does not constitute FAA certification. Furthermore, each AMTS must have its curriculum approved by the FAA in its entirety, identifying the hours of instruction, order of instruction, subjects prescribed by Part 147, practical application projects, scheduling of tests, grading criteria, and makeup provisions.

Dale Crane, Dictionary of Aviation Terms, Aviation Supplies and Academics, 1997

FAA, A&P Technician, General, Text Book/Work Book, Jeppesen, Sanders, Inc 2000

FAA, FAR Handbook for Aviation Maintenance Technicians, Jeppesen, Sanders, Inc. 2001

FAA, Standards for Aviation Maintenance Handbook, Jeppesen, Sanders, Inc. 1985
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