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U.S. Army Basic Hydraulics & Hydraulic Plumbing.pdf

U.S. Army Basic Hydraulics & Hydraulic Plumbing.pdf

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SUBCOURSE EDITIONAL 0907 A
BASIC HYDRAULICS ANDHYDRAULIC PLUMBING
 
BASIC HYDRAULICS AND HYDRAULIC PLUMBINGSubcourse Number AL0907EDITION A 
US Army Aviation Logistics SchoolFort Eustis, Virginia 23604-54394 Credit HoursEdition Date: August 1994SUBCOURSE OVERVIEWWe designed this subcourse to provide instruction on the science ofhydraulics, an explanation of hydraulic principles, and a study ofthe fluids used in aircraft hydraulic systems. You will also beintroduced to the fundamentals of hydraulic plumbing, techniques offabricating tubes and hoses, principles of installing these lines,and use of seals and gaskets to control leakage in plumbing systems.The time was early in the 1920s. From a grassy field on one of theaerodromes of that era, a young pilot of the Army Air Corps waspreparing to take up a recently developed aircraft. He had beenanxious to test-fly this model because it had the first retractablelanding gear. He recalled the biplanes of World War I from which thelanding gear jutted like the legs of a chicken. Now, if the gearcould be retracted out of the airstream, power could be saved andgreater speeds attained.After becoming airborne, the pilot reached down for the retractionhandle and started cranking. It was a fatiguing and sluggishprocess, but sure enough the gear came up.Today, huge jets are scarcely airborne before landing gear weighingthousands of pounds is retracted by the mere push of a button and thehydraulic system is activated, effortlessly tucking these assembliesinto the fuselage.This text deals with the aircraft hydraulic system. Hydraulics havedone more than replace the hand crank for landing gear retraction ofthe post-World War I aircraft. It has, in essence, made modern dayaviation possible.
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This subcourse is to be completed on a self-study basis. You willgrade your lessons as you complete them using the lesson answer keyswhich are enclosed. If you have answered any question incorrectly,study the question reference shown on the answer key and evaluate allpossible solutions.There are no prerequisites for this subcourse.This subcourse reflects the doctrine which was current at the time itwas prepared. In your own work situation, always refer to the latestpublications.Unless otherwise stated, the masculine gender of singular pronouns isused to refer to both men and women.TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVEACTION: You will demonstrate a knowledge of the basicconcepts, applications, and characteristics of thehydraulic system including the lines, hoses, fluids,and other components which make the system work.CONDITIONS: You will use the material in this subcourse.STANDARD: You must correctly answer a minimum of 70 percent ofthe questions on the subcourse examination to passthis subcourse.
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