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Keresés - "Center of gravity"

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1. A - B

Introduction to the Aviation A-Z Guide Today many people travel by plane. It doesn’t matter whether you are technical minded or not, but when you take your seat on board the aircraft you should remember that your journey is due to enormous technical achievements. Furthermore, your airplane can take you to almost every point on the planet. My A-Z aviation guide will help you understand the technology of flight and I will be adding to it on a regular basis. I welcome any comments...


2. C - E

Cabin depressurisation: Sudden and rapid depressurisation of the aircraft cabin as a result of structural failure, pressurisation system failure, or deliberate act of the crew. Air pressure reduces with increase in altitude and therefore the amount of oxygen in any given volume of air also reduces with increase in altitude. Furthermore, the reduction in pressure impedes the ability of oxygen to pass across lung tissues and into the human bloodstream. The condition whereby the concentration of useful oxygen in the bloodstream is reduced because of a decrease ...


3. C - E

Cabin decompression (Törzs kihermetizálódása ): Az utaskabin és pilótafülke légterébe a biztonságos és kényelmes utazás érdekében levegőt bocsátanak, a repülés teljes időtartama alatt. Ezt a levegőt a hajtóművek kompresszor fokozataitól vesszik el. Majd ezt a levegőt egy levegő szabályozó rendszer ( Air condition system ) segítségével emberi "fogyasztásra" alkalmas állapot&ua...


4. M - T

Mean Aerodynamic Chord: On small airplanes and on all helicopters, the center ofgravity location is identified as being a specific numberof inches from the datum. The center of gravity rangeis identified the same way. On larger airplanes, fromprivate business jets to large jumbo jets, the center ofgravity and its range are typically identified in relation tothe width of the wing. The width of the wing on an airplane is known as thechord. If the leading edge and trailing edge of a wingare parallel ...


5. F - L

FAA and JAA: FAAis the Federal Aviation Administration. As the Civil Aviation Authority of the USA, it is responsible for establishing aviation regulations in the US. These are known as FARs (Federal Aviation Regulations). In addition to its regulatory role, the FAA is also responsible for Airspace and Air Traffic Management, maintenance of Air Navigation Facilities infrastructure and has an active role in Research and Development of aviation related systems and technologies. JAAwere the Joint Aviation Authorities, a co-operation of most European (E...

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