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Standard Aircraft Handbook

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Overview

The Seventh Edition has been thoroughly revised to cover the latest advances in the industry, including composite materials, cutting-edge nondestructive testing, and detection equipment and procedures. New photos, diagrams, tables, and schematics are featured throughout this must-have reference.

Coverage Includes:

  • Tools and their proper use
  • Materials and fabricating
  • Drilling and countersinking
  • Riveting
  • Bolts and threaded fasteners
  • Aircraft plumbing
  • Control cables
  • Electrical wiring and installation
  • Aircraft drawings
  • Nondestructive testing (NDT)
  • Corrosion detection and control
  • Composite materials

Reviews

Great information

Keven N
August 17, 2020

Good information in this Book. Would there happen to be a paper back version, with information focusing on the only the assembly Processes. Walter R. Mcdonald

Walter R
October 1, 2018

Not as much detail as I had hoped

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STANDARD AIRCRAFT HANDBOOK

July 15, 2021

A Christmas gift for a neighbors teen who is studying to be a pilot and mechanic. First book received was ruined by UPS (wet package left out in rain) second replacement book had a dented edge but its very minor - probably again due to a rough passage through the mail. It wont be noticed by our friends son Im sure. Looks to be a wonderful reference that he will be happy to have!

Pamela J
December 21, 2020

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