|Tipo de ítem||Ubicación actual||Colección||Signatura||Estado||Notas||Fecha de vencimiento||Código de barras|
|Libro||Biblioteca Rafael Meza Ayau||Colección General||629.13 E37 2002 (Navegar estantería)||Disponible||Comprado en línea, por el Lic. Mario Olmos||36665|
|Libro||Biblioteca Rafael Meza Ayau||Colección General||629.13 E37 2002 (Navegar estantería)||Disponible||Comprado en línea, por el Lic. Mario Olmos||36666|
In the past decade the aviation industry has truly gone through an electronics revolution. The miniaturization of digital electronics has allowed manufacturers to do more in less space and weight than with conventional systems. Electronic circuits are found on virtually every system of a modem aircraft. Large transport category aircraft utilize a variety of computers for navigation and flight management. Today, an aircraft technician must possess a thorough understanding of both the basic electrical theory and advanced electronic systems. Aircraft Electricity and Electronics provides the reader with practical knowledge that can be used by students and techni- cians alike. In this edition oí Aircraft Electricity and Electronics several new technologies are introduced to the reader. The chapter on digital systems has been expanded. Modem digital data bus systems, such as the ARINC 629, are presented. The chapter on aircraft communication and navigation has been expanded to include state-of-the-art systems such as satellite communications, global posi- tioning systems, and data link equipment. Modem central maintenance computer systems are dis- cussed, and much more. The fifth edition has aiso improved some of the basic information necessary to build a proper foundation for understanding aircraft electrical systems. The current Federal Aviation Regulations conceming the certification of the Airframe and Powerplant (A & P) mechanics are still a vital component ofthis text. The text aiso presents information well beyond these basic A & P require- ments, thus providing the student with a thorough understanding ofthe theory, design, and main- tenance of current aircraft electrical and electronic systems. The text is written with the assumption that the reader possesses no prior knowledge of elec- tricity and electronics; and yet, the text may aiso be used by experienced technicians to gain a bet- ter understanding of advanced systems. In chapters 1 through 5 basic electrical theory and concepts are discussed. These chapters include the fundamentáis necessary for a strong under- standing ofthe FAA's regulations as they pertain to aircraft electrical systems. Chapters 6 through 12 contain vital information on the design and maintenance ofspecific systems. In these chapters, digital concepts are presented, computerized power distribution systems are discussed, and elec- trical test equipment is introduced. Chapters 13 through 17 introduce the reader to the advanced electronic systems such as communication and navigation equipment, autoflight systems, fly-by- wire components, and built-in-test equipment.