Total Training Support's Integrated Training System. We are sure you will need no other reference material to pass your EASA Part-66 exam in this Module.
These notes have been written by instructors of EASA Part-66 courses, specifically for practitioners of varying experience within the aircraft maintenance industry, and especially those who are self-studying to pass the EASA Part-66 exams.
They are specifically designed to meet the EASA Part-66 syllabus and to answer the questions being asked by the UK CAA in their examinations.
The EASA Part-66 syllabus for each sub-section is printed at the beginning of each of the chapters in these course notes and is used as the “Learning Objectives”.
We suggest that you take each chapter in-turn, read the text of the chapter a couple of times, if only to familiarise yourself with the location of the information contained within. Then, using your club66pro.co.uk membership, attempt the questions within the respective sub-section, and continually refer back to these notes to read-up on the underpinning knowledge required to answer the respective question, and any similar question that you may encounter on your real Part-66 examination. Studying this way, with the help of the question practice and their explanations, you will be able to master the subject piece-by-piece, and become proficient in the subject matter, as well as proficient in answering the CAA style EASA part-66 multiple choice questions.
The course notes are written to suit Licence category 'B1' and 'B2', but are also suitable for Licence category 'A'.
Module 2.1 - Matter
- The Nature of Matter
- The Components of Atoms
- Periodic Table of the Elements
- Chemical Definitions
- The Electronic Structure of Atoms
- Chemical Bonding
- States of Matter
Module 2.2 Mechanics
- Mass, Force and Weight
- Stress, Strain and Hooke’s Law
- Materials Behaviour
- Nature and Properties of Solids, Liquids and Gas
- Pressure and Force
- Linear Motion
- Rotational Motion
- Periodic Motion
- Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM)
- Simple Machines and the Principle of Work
- Newton’s Laws
- Motion in a Circle
- Work, Energy and Power
- The Gyroscope
- The Atmosphere
- Density and Specific Gravity
- Compressibility in Fluids
- Drag and Streamlining
- Bernoulli’s Principle
Module 2.3 Thermodynamics
- The Gas Laws
- Thermal Expansion
- Refrigeration and Heat Pumps
- Thermodynamics and the 1st and 2nd Laws
Module 2.4 Optics (Light)
- Wavelength, Frequency and Speed
- Light Waves in Matter
- Fibre Optics
Module 2.5 Wave Motion and Sound
- Wave Motion
- Supersonic Speed and Mach Number
- The Doppler Effect
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