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AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE (AVIONICS) TECHNOLOGY (Code: 83)

FIFTH SEMESTER
MARKS
Sl.
No

Subject
Code

Theory

Name of the subject

Practical

TM
A
20%

Final
Exam.
80%

Internal
Exam
50%

External
Exam
50%

Total

8351

Aircraft Electrical System and


Equipment- I

30

120

25

25

200

8352

Aircraft Digital Electronic & Technique

20

80

25

25

150

8353

Aircraft Primary Radar System

30

120

25

25

200

8354

Integrated Flight System (IFS) I

30

120

25

25

200

8355

Aircraft Electrical & Digital Measuring


Instruments

20

80

25

25

150

5852

Industrial Management

50

50

100

5841

Business Organization &


Communication

50

50

100

18

15

22

240

660

125

125

1100

Total

AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE (AVIONICS) TECHNOLOGY (Code: 83)

SIXTH SEMESTER
MARKS
Sl.
No

Subject
Code

Theory

Name of the subject

TM
A
20%

Final
Exam.
80%

Practical
Internal
Exam
50%

External
Exam
50%

Tota
l

8361

Aircraft Pulse & Frequency Modulation


System (Pulse & FM)

30

120

25

25

200

8362

Aircraft Digital System

20

80

25

25

150

8363

Aircraft Electrical System & EquipmentII

20

80

25

25

150

8364

Integrated Flight System (IFS) II

30

120

25

25

200

8265

Aircraft System and Power Plant

20

80

25

25

200

8266

Aviation Management

20

80

100

5851

Book keeping

20

80

100

17

15

22

160

640

125

125

1050

Total

4-YEAR
4-YEARDIPLOMA-IN-INGINEERING
DIPLOMA-IN-INGINEERINGPROGRAM
PROGRAM

MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY

AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE (AVIONICS) TECHNOLOGY (Code: 83)

SYLLABUS
SYLLABUS
(COURSE
FIFTH STRUCTURE-2010)
SEMESTER

FIFTH SEMESTER

AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SYSTEM & EQUIPMENT-I


Code: 8351

T
3

OBJECTIVES:

To provide comprehensive knowledge of the location, visibility and grouping of aircraft Electrical
components.
To provide knowledge regarding DC electrical components used in the aircraft
To provide practical knowledge for installation and removal of the of dc components and dc machines of
the aircraft
To provide knowledge of dismantling and assembling of dc motors, dc generators and dc components
used in the aircraft.
To provide knowledge regarding aircraft batteries, their charging procedures, in-situ charging and
maintenance.
To provide general knowledge of the alternating current principle, production and distribution in the
aircraft.
To provide & develop the idea of the interfacing between electrical system and the other systems of the
aircraft.

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Introduction to aircraft AC and DC power systems, their obligations, utilizations, interfacing, protection systems,
installation and skills of maintenance.
DETAIL DESCRIPTION
THEORY
1.

AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SAFETY PROCEDURE


1.1
Discuss the safety procedure.
1.2
Familiarize the shop practice.
1.3
Explain the electrical hazard.
1.4
Explain about shop safety precaution.
1.5
Familiarize about rescue of aircraft.

2.

AIRCRAFT WIRING SYSTEM


2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8

3.

Familiarize with Wire size used in aircraft.


Expalin the Current carrying capacity of wire.
Discuss the Cable lacing.
Familiarize with Wire and cable clamping.
Explain the Wire and cable terminals.
Discuss the Splicing.
Familiarize with Potting.
Discuss the Wire identification.

SHIELDING AND BONDING SYSTEM


3.1

Discuss the type of shielding.

4.

3.2
Explain the shielding procedure.
3.3
Discuss requirement of bonding.
3.4
Explain the static discharge wick.
AIRCRAFT BATTERIES
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6

5.

AIRCRAFT DC GENERATOR AND THEIR CONTROLS.


5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6.

6.

Define control of Protective devices.


Discuss the types of statistics used in aircraft.
Familiarize with relay operation.
Explain the Protective systems.
Discuss Reverse current relay and current Limiter.

POWER CONVERSION EQUIPMENT


8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5

9.

Familiarize the DC motor.


Explain the DC motors Principle.
Discuss the types of DC motor used in aircraft.
Discuss the characteristics of aircraft DC motor.
Explain aircraft starter motor.

AIRCRAFT CIRCUIT CONTROL & PROTECTIVE DEVICES


7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5

8.

Familiarize with aircraft dc generator.


Discuss the types of DC Generator used in aircraft.
Explain construction of DC Generator used in aircraft.
Describe the DC Generator Control & Regulating System
Discuss the Generator cooling system.
Discuss the Generator maintenance system.

AIRCRAFT DC MACHINE
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5

7.

Familiarize with the principle of aircraft batteries.


Explain the types of aircraft batteries.
Discuss the aircraft lead acid batteries.
Discuss the aircraft Nickel Cadmium Battery.
Discuss the charging procedure of aircraft battery.
Discus Aircraft batteries care and maintenance.

familiarize with power conversion system.


Explain the conversion equipment.
Discuss the rotary inverter.
Explain the static inverter.
Explain voltage and frequency regulator.

MEASURING INSTRUMENT
9.1.
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8

Familiarize with meter


Explain the Ammeter
Discuss the Voltmeter
Explain the ohmmeter
Explain the autosyn system.
Explain selsyn system.
Explain digital meter.
Discuss the oscilloscope

10.

AIRCRAFT LIGHTING SYSTEM


10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7

11.

FIRE PROTECTION DEVICES


11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5

12.

Familiarize with aircraft ac system


Familiarize with aircraft ac generators
Describe aircraft ac three stage, P.M.G Brushless Generators.
Describe about Frequency wild generator
Familiarize with aircraft constant frequency generator
Describe about the methods of frequency control system

AIRCRAFT FLIGHT CONTROL


15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4

16.

Discuss the power supply system to galley


Discuss the water heating equipment system
Explain the galley circuit operation of aircraft

AIRCRAFT AC ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM


14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
14.6

15.

Discuss the Airframe anti-icing system


Explain the Propeller anti-icing system
Discuss the overheating indicators and protection system

GALLEY AND TOILETS SYSTEMS


13.1
13.2
13.3

14.

Familiarize with fire detection system


Describe the thermo couple system
Discuss the continuous loop detector system
Explain the extinguishing system
Discuss the warning system

ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION


12.1
12.2
12.3

13.

Familiarize with lighting devices


Discuss the types of lighting in aircraft
Describe the external lighting system
Explain the internal lighting system
Describe the indicating lighting system
Explain the warning lighting system
Describe the Emergency fire protection system

Familiarize with aircraft electric motors.


Discuss the Reversible DC motors.
Familiarize with limit switch.
Explain the flap motors operation and control.

AIRCRAFT STARTING AND IGNITION SYSTEM


16.1
16.2
16.3

Familiarize with types of starting system.


Discuss AC & DC high energy ignition unit (HEIU).
Familiarize with different types of spark plugs.

16.4

Explain ICAO rules regarding ignition boxes.

PRACTICAL:
1.

DEMONSTRATE THE BONDING AND SHIELDING IN AIRCRAFT FACILITIES, ITS


INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE, TEST PROCEDURE & SKILLS OF MAINTENANCE.

2.

DEMONSTRATE THE AIRCRAFT BATTERIES IN AIRCRAFT FACILITIES ITS


INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE, TEST PROCEDURE & SKILLS OF MAINTENANCE.

3.

DEMONSTRATE THE AIRCRAFT DC GENERATOR AND THEIR CONTROLS IN AIRCRAFT


FACILITIES ITS INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE, TEST PROCEDURE & SKILLS OF
MAINTENANCE.

4.

DEMONSTRATE THE AIRCRAFT DC MACHINE IN AIRCRAFT FACILITIES ITS


INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE, TEST PROCEDURE & SKILLS OF MAINTENANCE.

5.

DEMONSTRATE THE AIRCRAFT CIRCUIT CONTROL & PROTECTIVE DEVICES IN


AIRCRAFT FACILITIES ITS INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE, TEST PROCEDURE & SKILLS
OF MAINTENANCE.

6.

DEMONSTRATE THE POWER CONVERSION EQUIPMENT IN AIRCRAFT FACILITIES ITS


INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE, TEST PROCEDURE & SKILLS OF MAINTENANCE.

7.

DEMONSTRATE THE MEASURING INSTRUMENT IN AIRCRAFT FACILITIES ITS


INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE, TEST PROCEDURE & SKILLS OF MAINTENANCE.

8.

DEMONSTRATE THE AIRCRAFT LIGHTING SYSTEM IN AIRCRAFT FACILITIES ITS


INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE, TEST PROCEDURE & SKILLS OF MAINTENANCE.

9.

DEMONSTRATE THE FIRE PROTECTION DEVICES IN AIRCRAFT FACILITIES ITS


INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE, TEST PROCEDURE & SKILLS OF MAINTENANCE.

10.

DEMONSTRATE THE ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION IN AIRCRAFT FACILITIES ITS


INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE, TEST PROCEDURE & SKILLS OF MAINTENANCE.

11.

DEMONSTRATE THE GALLEY AND TOILETS SYSTEMS IN AIRCRAFT FACILITIES ITS


INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE, TEST PROCEDURE & SKILLS OF MAINTENANCE.

12.

DEMONSTRATE THE ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN AIRCRAFT FACILITIES.

13.

DEMONSTRATE THE AIRCRAFT AC ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM IN AIRCRAFT


FACILITIES ITS INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE, TEST PROCEDURE & SKILLS OF
MAINTENANCE.

BOOKS REFERENCES:
I. Aircraft Electrical System
II. Aircraft Electricity
III. Basic Electric Vols I & II

GM Anwer Hossain

E.H.J Pallet
Bent & McKinley
G. M. Anwer Hossain

Chief Instructor

AME

Aircraft Digital Electronic and Technique


Subject code: 8352

T
3

P
3

OBJECTIVES

To provide Understanding necessity of Digital Electronics used in the aircraft.


To familiarize with different types of Cockpit instruments layouts in aircraft.
To give ideas & knowledge of different types of numbering systems used in digital techniques in
aircraft.
To give ideas & knowledge of different types of Logic circuits used in aircraft.
To familiarize with necessity of aircraft data conversion system.

To provide understanding of aircraft Data Buses used in the EFIS, EICAS & ECAM system.
To familiarize with different computers software, hardware and CPU etc.
To give idea, knowledge & understanding of integrated circuits, fibre optics and the displays of
aircraft.

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Introduction and understanding of digital electronics, logic circuits, integrated circuits, fibre optics, flyby wires in aircraft control system, warning system, operational system, measuring equipments, Engine
control, fire detection and safety system of aircraft.
DETAIL DESCRIPTION
Theory
1.

INTRODUCTION:
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7

2.

NUMBER SYSTEM:
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6

3.

Understand the data conversion


Analogue and digital signal
Describe digital to analogue conversion
Describe Analogue to digital conversion

DATA BUSES:

4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
5.

Basic concept of number system.


Denary(Decimal) numbers.
Understand decimal number
Binary numbers
Understand conversion of decimal to Binary & vice versa.
Understand total number.

DATA CONVERSION:
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4

4.

Objective of the subject


Flight Instruments
Understand indication of aircrafts altitude, heading attitude & speed.
Cockpit layouts
Understand Basic T flight instrument configuration
Understand Basic EFIs flight instrument
Understands Enhanced EFIs flight instrument.

Familiarize with data buses:


Introducing bus system
ARINC 429
Introducing with ARINC 429
Other bus standards.

LOGIC CIRCUIT:

5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
6.

COMPUTERS:
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6

7.

Describe Fan-in and fan-out


Understand De-coders
Understand Encoders
Explains Multiplexers

DEFINE FIBRE OPTICS:


10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5

11.

Describe Scale of Integration


Explain Fabrication technology
Understand packaging and pin numbering

EXPLAIN MSI LOGIC:


9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4

10.

Familiarize about Internal architecture


Describe Microprocessor operation
Explain Intel X 86 families
Describe Intel Pentium family
Explain AMD 29050.

FAMILIARIZE INTEGRATED CIRCUIT:


8.1
8.2
8.3

9.

Familiarize with computers systems


Understand data representation
Explain data storage
Describe programs and software
Explain Backplane bus system
Show some examples

THE CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU):


7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5

8.

Familiarize with logic system.


Introducing logic
Discuss logic circuit
Explain Boolean algebra
Understand combinational logic
Explain Tri-state logic
Understand monostable
Familiarize with Bistables
Understand logic families & their classes

Explain Advantage and disadvantage


Describe propagation in optical fibres
Explain dispersion and band width.
Describe practical optical networks
Explain optical network components

FAMILIARIZE DISPLAY:
11.1
11.2

Explain CRT display


Explain light emitting diodes (LED)

11.3
12.

INTRODUCE ELECTROSTATIC SENSITIVE DEVICES (ESD):


12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4

13

Describe software classification


Explain Software certification
Describe software upgrading
Explain data verification.

FAMILIARIZE ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC):


14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
14.6

15.

Describe static electricity


Describe static sensitive devices
Explain ESD warnings
Familiarize handling and transporting ESD

FAMILIARIZE SOFT WARE:


13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4

14.

Describe liquid crystal displays (LCD)

Describe EMI generation


Explain EMC and avionic equipment
Discuss spectrum analysis
Understand Effects and causes of EMI
Understand Aircraft wiring and cabling
Explain Grounding and bonding.

UNDERSTAND AVIONIC SYSTEM:


15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.5
15.6
15.7
15.8
15.9
15.10

Describe Aircraft communication addressing and reporting system (ACARS)


Explain Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS)
Explain Engine Indication and crew Alerting System (EICAS)
Describe Fly-by-wire- (FBW)
Explain Flight Management System (FMS)
Understand global positing system (GPS)
Describe Inertial Navigation system (INS)
Explain Traffic Alert collision Avoidance system (TCAS)
Understand Automatic test Equipment (ATE)
Explain Built-in-test Equipment (BITE)

PRACTICAL
1.1
1.2
1.3

Show how to operate the flight instruments.


Show how the cockpit panel is fixed and removed.
Show how to adjust ASI, VSI, altitude indicators magnetic compass.

DATA BUSES
2.1
Show how to work with the analog signal.
2.2
Show to work with the digital signal.
2.3
Show how to convert digital to analog and vice versa.
LOGIC CKT
3.1
3.2
3.3

To show the input & output relationship of two input AND, OR, and one input NOT gates by
constructing their truth table.
To demonstrate the input and output relationship of two input NAND, NOR and XOR gates by
constructing their truth tables.
To simplify a complex function by Boolean Algebra.

3.4
3.5

To understand the logic function of exclusive OR to verify the truth table of exclusive OR.
To exercise how to combine exclusive OR using the basic logic gate.

COMPUTER:
4.1
4.2

Show how to assemble and disassemble a computer.


Show how to create water mark on MS word.

INTEGRATE CKT
5.1
5.2
5.3

Show how to fabricate an IC.


Show how to do packaging & pin numbering
Demonstrate the fabrication technology

MULTIPLEX
6.1
6.2

To establish the concept of De-multiplexer.


To verify the basic operating principle of a 74S138 De-multiplexer IC.

DISPLAY EQUIPMENT
7.1
7.2
7.2

To show how to display CRT.


Show how to operate LCD.
Show how to operate LED.

FIBER OPTICS
8.1
8.2
8.4

Show the probation system of optical fibers


Show the optical network
To show how to work optical network components

SOFTWARE
9.1
9.2

Show how to operate the software


Show how to upgrade the software

AVIONICS SYSTEM
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
10.9
10.10

Show how to work Aircraft communication addressing and reporting system (ACARS)
Show how to work electronic flight instrument system (EFIS)
Show how to work Engine Indication and crew Alerting System (EICAS)
Show how to work Fly-By-Wire(FBW)
Show how to work with Flight Management system(FMS)
Show how to work With Global Positioning System(GPS)
Show how to work Inertial Navigation System (INS)
Show how traffic alert Collision Avoidance System(TCAS) works
Show how to work Automatic test Equipment (ATE)
Show how to work Built-In-Test-Equipment (BITE)

REFERENCE BOOK

1. Aircraft Digital Electronics and Computer System.


Principles, Operations and Maintenance
-By Mike Tooly

2. Aircraft Electricity & Electronics


3. Aircraft Instruments & Integrated System.
4. Microelectronics in Aircraft Systems

- By EISMIN
- By EHJ Pallett
- By E.H.J. Pallett.

GM Anwer Hossain
Chief Instructor

AIRCRAFT PRIMARY RADAR SYSTEM


Subject code: 8353

T
3

OBJECTIVES
This subject covers the basic principles of primary radar system used in the aircraft. It includes system
operation, fault finding, installation, rectification and testing procedure. After completion of this course
the student will acquire sound knowledge of the subject. And thus it will enhance technical skill of
Aircraft maintenance personnel.
SHORT DESCRIPTION

Basic concept of Aircraft Primary Radar System.

Weather avoidance system.


Radio altimeter system
Doppler Navigation system.
Air traffic control system.
Ground proximity warning system.
Area Navigation system.
Satellite communication (SATCOM) and navigation (GPS) system.

DETAIL DESCRIPTION
Theory
1.

UNDERSTAND THE BASIC CONCEPT OF AIRCRAFT PRIMARY RADAR SYSTEM:


1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7

Describe the basic concept of Radar.


Define the principles of Radar.
Mention the frequency, power output and range.
Mention the factors that affect the performance of primary Radar.
Describe the different parameter of primary Radar.
Mention the use of primary radar in the aircraft.
Mention how the test procedure is carried out and the precaution to be taken.

2.
UNDERSTAND THE WEATHER AVOIDANCE SYSTEM OF PRIMARY RADAR IN
THE AIRCRAFT:
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
3.

UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES OF RADIO ALTIMETER:


3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9

4.

Mention the factors that affect weather radar operation.


Explain the features and characteristic of weather radar system.
Explain the principle of CONTOUR, STC & AGC of weather radar system.
Illustrate the installation diagram of weather system.
Explain the control & operation procedure.
Describe the block diagram.
Describe the technical characteristics.
Mention the application in the aircraft.
Point out the safety & precaution to be taken.
Explain how the functional test to be carried out.

Explain the basic principles.


Mention the factors affecting the performance.
Illustrate the block diagram and explain the operation.
Describe the conventional fmcw and pulse radio altimeter.
Explain the monitoring and self test procedure.
Show the indication and indicator used in the aircraft.
Explain the installation diagram.
Show the interfacing with other systems.
Explain how the ramp test is carried out and precaution to be taken.

UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPT OF DOPPLER NAVIGATION SYSTEM:

4.1

Define the principles of Doppler effect.

4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.

UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLE OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM:

5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
6.

Define the basic principles of ATC transponder.


Differentiate the primary and secondary surveillance radar.
Mention the different modes and reply format of transponder.
Identify the false target and side lobe suppression technique.
Illustrate the installation diagram of transponder.
Mention the control and operation procedures.
Illustrate the block diagram and operation technique
Mention the technical characteristics.
Describe the ramp test procedure and maintenance practice.

UNDERSTAND THE ENHANCE GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING SYSTEM (EGPWS):


6.1
6.2

6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
7.

Show the Doppler spectrum.


Explain the Doppler beam geometry.
Mention the Doppler transmitted frequency and modulation procedure.
Illustrate the block diagram and operation procedure.
Illustrate the installation in the aircraft.
Mention the controls and operation procedure.
Narrate the technical characteristics.
Mention the test procedure and maintenance practice.

Introduction of EGPWS

Describe the system overview.


Describe the terrain clearance floor system.
Mention the ground proximity warning modes.
Explain the wind shear alerting system.
Explain the maintenance practice, test procedures and interfacing systems
Describe the system characteristics.

UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES OF AREA NAVIGATION SYSTEM.


7.1

7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6

Explain generalized area navigation system.


Define the VOR / DME based RNAV principles.
Describe block diagram and operation procedures.
Mention the input and output to RNAV .
Describe standardization of RNAV.
Explain testing procedures and trouble shooting methods of RNAV.

8.
UNDERSTAND THE SATELLITE COMMUNICATION (SATCOM) AND NAVIGATION (GPS)
SYSTEM:
8.1

8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6

Explain the principles of SATCOM and its different segments.


Define the GPS principle.
Explain airborne installation of GPS navigation and SATCOM system.
Mention SATCOM and GPS receiver of aircraft.
Describe the Operation of SATCOM / GPS computers.
Mention the interface of SATCOM / GPS navigation with other airborne systems.

8.7

Explain the test procedure / fault finding of SATCOM / GPS system.

Practical
1.

DEMONSTRATE AIRCRAFT PRIMARY RADAR SYSTEM:


1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4

2.

DEMONSTRATE WEATHER AVOIDANCE SYSTEM (PRIMARY RADAR):


2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5

3.

Show Doppler antenna mechanism.


Show Doppler installation technique.
Demonstration of testing procedure and fault finding technique.
Show relationship between aircraft and earth co-ordinate.

DEMONSTRATE THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM:


5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5

6.

Show radio altimeter installation technique.


Show radio altimeter antenna layout.
Show radio altimeter indictor technique.
Demonstrate aircraft installation delay.
Show interfacing of radio altimeter.
Demonstrate monitoring and self test.
Show ramp test, maintenance practice and fault finding.

DEMONSTRATE THE DOPPLER NAVIGATION SYSTEM:


4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4

Show weather avoidance system in the aircraft.


Demonstrate the installation diagram.
Illustrate the antenna installation.
Demonstrate the test procedure and fault finding technique
Demonstrate the precaution to be taken and maintenance practice.

DEMONSTRATE THE RADIO ALTIMETER SYSTEM:


3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7

4.

Show Primary radar installation.


Demonstrate the precaution to be taken to switch on the primary radar.
Show the ground installation of primary radar.
Show different components and layout of primary radar.

Differentiate primary and secondary surveillance radar.


Show reply format of transponder.
Show installation technique
Demonstrate encoding altimeter technique.
Demonstrate ramp test procedure and precaution to be observed

DEMONSTRATE ENHANCE GROUND PROXIMATELY WARNING SYSTEM:


Demonstrate the following,
6.1
6.2
6.3

System overview.
Terrain alerting system.
Ground proximity warning.

6.4
6.5
6.7
6.8
7.

DEMONSTRATE AREA NAVIGATION SYSTEM:


Demonstrate the following,
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5

8.

The modes.
Auto call out system.
Wind shear alerting system.
Testing & maintenance practice

Input and output of area navigation.


Installation technique.
Interfacing and operation
Test procedure.
Standardization.

DEMONSTRATE SATELLITE COMMUNICATION & NAVIGATION:


Demonstrate the following,
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5

SATCOM different segment.


Airborne installation.
SATCOM computer operation.
SATCOM test procedure.
Fault finding & maintenance practice.

REFERENCE BOOK

1. Aircraft Radio system


2. Aircraft Digital Electronics and Computer System.
Principles, Operations and Maintenance
3. Microelectronics in Aircraft Systems

- By J.Powell
- By Mike To
- By E.H.J. Pallett.

Khandakar Abdur Rahzzaque


Sr. Instructor

Integrated flight System (IFS) -I


Subject code-8354

OBJECTIVES
To Provide General Knowledge of Principle of Flight.
To Provide General Knowledge of Aircraft Flight Control.
To Provide General Knowledge of Aircraft Axes.
To Provide The General Knowledge of Generation of Lift & Drag Forces.
Determination of Basic Flight Forces and manoeuvre Forces.

To Provide General Knowledge of Aircraft Stability & Controllability.


To Provide Comprehension of Principles And To Assess Operational Condition of Servomechanisms
To Provide General Knowledge of Fundamentals of Automatic Control.
To provide general knowledge of yaw damper.
To Provide Comprehension of Principles And To Assess Operational Condition of Pitch Trim System.
To Provide General Knowledge of Mach Trim.
To Provide General Knowledge of Alpha Trim.
To Provide General Knowledge of Auto Stabilizers.
To Provide General Knowledge of Error Signals.

SHORT DESCRIPTION.
Introduction to theory of flight, Aircraft stability, controllability of aircraft, Basic principle of primary flight
controls, Basic principle of secondary flight control, Basic principle of axillary flight control, principles of
servomechanisms, fundamentals of Automatic control, Command signals detecting and processing and yaw
damping system.
DETAIL DESCRIPTION.
Theory
1.

2.

DEFINE AND UNDERSTAND THE FOLLOWING TERMS.


1.1 Aerofoil
1.2 Lift
1.3 Weight
1.4 Drag
1.5 Thrust
1.6 Chord line
1.7 Chord length
1.8 Mean chord
1.9 Stagnation point
1.10 Angle of attack
1.11 Laminar flow
1.12 Vortex
1.13 Centre of pressure
1.14 Centre gravity
1.15 Up wash & down wash
1.16 Span & Wing loading
1.17 Thickness chord ratio
1.18 Finess ratio
INTRODUCTION TO AIRCRAFT FLIGHT CONTROLS.
2.1
Introduction
2.2
Major axes / major movements
2.3
Control surfaces
2.4
Primary Flight Control
2.4.1 Aileron
2.4.2 Elevator
2.4.3 Rudder
2.5
Secondary Flight Control
2.5.1 Spoiler
2.5.2 Tab
2.5.3 Flap
2.6 Auxiliary Control Surfaces
2.6.1 Lift Augmentation Devices/High Lift Devices

2.6.2 Lift Spoilers


3.

DESCRIBE THE GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF AIRCRAFT AXES.


3.1
Longitudinal Axis
3.2
Lateral axis
3.3
Vertical/Normal Axis
4.
DESCRIBE THE GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF GENERATION OF LIFT & DRAG FORCES
AND DETERMINATION OF BASIC FLIGHT FORCES AND MANOEUVRE FORCES.
4.1
Generation of aerodynamic reactions
4.2
The aerofoil as an aerodynamic surface
4.3
Factor affecting lift
4.4
Co-efficient of lift & drag
4.5
Form drag
4.6
Profile drag
4.7
Parasite drag
4.8
Induced drag
5.
DESCRIBE THE GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF AIRCRAFT STABILITY &
CONTROLLABILITY.
5.1
Introduction of Stability & Controllability
5.2
Four forces act on Aircraft
5.3
Longitudinal Stability
5.4
Lateral Stability
5.5
Directional Stability
5.6
Controllability in Aircraft different axis
5.7
Dutch Roll
6. DESCRIBE THE COMPREHENSION OF PRINCIPLES WITH A PRACTICAL ABILITY TO
ASSESS OPERATIONAL CONDITION OF SERVOMECHANISM.
6.1
Define Servomechanism
6.2
Explain the different type of Servomechanism
6.2.1 Position control Servomechanism
6.2.2 Speed control Servomechanism
6.3
Explain about Response of Servomechanism
6.3.1 Types of response
6.3.1.1 Step input
6.3.1.2 Ramp input
6.4

Explain the different type of Damping


6.4.1 Critical damping
6.4.2 Optimum damping
6.4.3 Viscous damping
6.4.4 Velocity feedback damping
6.4.5 Error rate damping
6.4.6 Transient velocity damping
6.4.7 Phase advance damping
7. DESCRIBE THE COMPREHENSION OF PRINCIPLES WITH A PRACTICAL ABILITY TO
ASSESS OPERATIONAL CONDITION OF FUNDAMENTALS OF AUTOMATIC CONTROL.
7.1
Inner loop stabilization
7.2
Classification of Automatic control systems
7.2.1 Single axis
7.2.2 Two axis
7.2.3 Three axis
7.3
Interlocks
7.4
Trimming & Synchronization
8. DESCRIBE YAW DAMPER SYSTEMS.
8.1
Dutch roll phenomenon

8.2
Yaw sensing
8.3
Yaw signal sensing
8.4
Synchronization
8.5
Series and parallel systems
8.6
Cockpit indication
8.7
Aileron /rudder control interaction in terms
8.8
Rudder PCU/LRU
8.9
Interlocks with autopilot systems
9. DESCRIBE THE COMPREHENSION OF PRINCIPLES WITH A PRACTICAL ABILITY TO
ASSESS OPERATIONAL CONDITION OF PITCH TRIM, MACH TRIM, AND ALPHA TRIM
SYSTEM.
9.1
pitch trim system
9.2
mach trim system
9.3
alpha trim system
PRACTICAL
1. Demonstrate the Operation of aircraft flight controls.
2.
Demonstrate Operational Conditions of aircraft axes.
3.
Demonstrate aircraft basic flight Forces and maneuver forces.
5. Demonstrate the aircraft stability & controllability.
6.
Demonstrate operation of servomechanism.
7. Demonstrate the fundamentals of automatic control of aircraft.
8. Demonstrate the yaw damper systems.
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. Automatic flight control - EHJ Pallett
2. Aircraft Instrument Systems
- Dale Crane
3. Airframe Handbook AC 65-15A - FAA Publications

Md. Abul Khayer


Deputy Chief Instructor

AME

Aircraft Electrical & Digital Measuring Instrument

Code: 8355

OBJECTIVES:

To provide comprehensive knowledge of the location, visibility and grouping of aircraft Electrical
components.
To provide knowledge regarding DC and AC electrical measuring instruments used for aircraft.
To provide practical knowledge for installation and removal of the of dc measuring meter and their
movements with power input and withdrawal.
To provide knowledge of connecting and disconnecting of the fuel meters in the aircraft.
To provide knowledge regarding aircraft electric Tachometers regarding RPM.

To provide general knowledge of the Fuel Flow Indicator in-situ-condition in the aircraft.
To provide & develop the idea of the interfacing between electrical system and the other systems of the
aircraft.
To provide graph and shape of various Electrical (AC and Dc) values by utilizing oscilloscope.

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Introduction to aircraft AC and DC power systems, tools & measuring instruments, their obligations, utilizations,
interfacing, protection systems, installation and skills of maintenance.
DETAIL DESCRIPTION
THEORY
1.

MEASURING INSTRUMENT
1.1
Familiarize with DC Measuring Instrument
1.2
Explain the Ammeter
1.3
Discuss the Voltmeter
1.4
Familiarize with Ohmmeter
1.5
Familiarize with the Megger

2.

METER MOVEMENTS
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9

3.

AC MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12

4.

Iron-vane meter
Hot-wire meter
Thermocouple meter
Dynamometer
Metalic rectifier
Inductive Pickups meter
Hall-effect probe
Wattmeter
Frequency counter
Multimeter
Ammeter
Meggameter

ELECTRIC TACHOMETER
4.1
4.2

5.

Construction
Taut-band movement
Design for uniform scale
Sensitivity
DArsonval meter
Measuring DC Voltage
Ammeter
Voltmeter
Ohmmeter

Three phase AC Tachometer


Electronic Tachometer

FUEL QUANTITY MEASUREMENTS

5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
6.

FUEL FLOW INDICATING SYSTEM


6.1
6.2

7.

Digital multi meter


Wattmeter
Frequency counter
Multimeter
Ammeter
Meggameter

OSCILLOSCOPE
9.1.
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5

10.

Autosyn System
Magnesyn System

DIGITAL METERS
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6

9.

Fuel flow sensor


Computerized flow system

ALTERNATE CURRENT INDICATING


7.1
7.2

8.

Float type indicator


Direct Current electrical gage
Capacitance fuel quantity system
Computerized fuel system measurement

Transducer
CRT
Vertical section
Horizontal section
Trigger section

ENGINE SPEED (RPM) MEASURING INSTRUMENTS


10.1
Mechanical Tachometer
10.2
Electrical Tachometer
10.2.1 Generator and Indicator.
10.2.2 Servo operated Tachometer Indicator
10.2.3 Tacho probe and Indicator System

11.

TEMPERATURE INDICATOR
11.1
11.2
11.3

12.

Thermocouple temperature indicator


Resistance type temperature indicator
Ratio meter temperature gages

MAGNETIC COMPASS
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5

Vertical dial magnetic direction indicator


Remote indicating compass system
Magnesyn compass
Flux-gate compass system
Compass repeater

PRACTICAL:
1.
DEMONSTRATE DISMANTLING OF THE BASIC MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SHOWING
THEIR DIFFERENT PARTS.
2.

DEMONSTRATE THE AIRCRAFT METER MOVEMENTS BY INSTALLING AND


REMOVING FROM THE COCKPIT .

3.
DEMONSTRATE THE AIRCRAFT AC MEASURING INSTRUMENTS AFTER USING
VARIOUS
PARAMETERS AND TAKING DIFFERENT OUTPUT.
4.

DEMONSTRATE THE AIRCRAFT ELECTRIC TACHOMETER BY LOCATING FROM THE


AIRCRAFT INSTALLATION.

5.

DEMONSTRATE THE AIRCRAFT FUEL QUANTITY MEASUREMENTS FROM THE


AIRCRAFT COCKPIT FROM THE FUEL TANK AS OUTPUT AND INPUT RESPECTIVELY.

6.

DEMONSTRATE FUEL FLOW INDICATING SYSTEM BY SHOWING THE LOCATION AND


OPERATION IN THE AIRCRAFT.

7.

DEMONSTRATE ALTERNATE CURRENT INDICATING FROM REAL SITUATION IN THE


AIRCRAFT.

8.

DEMONSTRATE THE DIGITAL METERS FROM ELECTRICAL LABORATORY WITH


COMPONENT MEASUREMENT.

9.

DEMONSTRATE BY OSCILLOSCOPE DIFFERENT ELECTRICAL VALUES AND GRAPHS


BY PUTTING AC AND DC INPUT.

10.

DEMONSTRATE ENGINE SPEED (RPM) MEASURING INSTRUMENTS DURING ENGINE


RUN AND POINTING THE READING FROM THE COCKPIT.

11.

DEMONSTRATE BY LOCATING TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND INDICATOR FROM


ENGINE AND COCKPIT.

12.

DEMONSTRATE MAGNETIC COMPASS IN AIRCRAFT SITUATION.

BOOKS REFERENCES:
IV. Aircraft Electrical System
V. Aircraft Electricity
VI. Basic Electric Vols I & II
IV.Aircraft Electric And Electronics

GM Anwer Hossain
Chief Instructor

E.H.J Pallet
Bent & McKinley
G. M. Anwer Hossain
Eismin

5852

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

T P C
2 0 2

AIMS
To be able to develop the working condition in the field of industrial or other
organization.
To be able to understand develop the labor management relation in the
industrial sector.
To be able to develop the management techniques in the process of decision making.
To be able to manage the problems created by trade union.
To be able to understand the network , PERT, CPM & MBO
To be able to perform the marketing.
To be able to maintain inventory.

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Basic concepts of management; Principles of management; Scientific management;
Organization; Span of supervision; Motivation; Personnel management and human
relation; Staffing and manpower planning ; Training of staff; Industrial dispute; Concept of leadership; Concepts
and techniques of decision making; Concept of trade union; Inventory control; Economic lot size ; Break even
analysis; Labour and industrial law; PERT , CMP ; Network ; Marketing; Production management;

1 Understand the basic concepts & principles of management.


1.1 Define management and industrial management.
1.2 State the objectives of modern management.
1.3 Describe the scope and functions of management.
1.4 State the principles of management.
1.6 State the activity level of industrial management from top personnel to
workmen.
1.7 Describe the relation among administration, organization &
management.
1.8 Define Production Management and functions of Production Management.
1.9 Explain the social responsibilities of management.

2 Understand the concept of scientific management.


2.1 Define scientific management.
2.2 Discuss the basic principles of scientific management.
2.3 Explain the different aspects of scientific management.
2.4 Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of scientific management.
2.5 Describe the difference between scientific management and traditional
management.
2.6 Describe the following four periods of management thought:
(i) pre-scientific management.

(ii) scientific management.


(iii) human relations
(iv) refinement extension and synthesis of management theories and
practices.

3 Understand the concepts of organization and organization structure.


3.1 Define management organization.
3.2 State the elements of management organization.
3.3 Discuss the types of organization structure
3.4 Describe different forms of organization structure.
3.5 Distinguish between line organization and line & staff organization.
3.6 Distinguish between line organization and functional organization.
3.7 Describe the feature advantages and disadvantages of different
organization structure.
3.8 Define organizational chart.
3.9 Describe the different types of organizational chart.
4 Understand the basic concept of span of supervision.
4.1 Define span of supervision and optimum span of supervision.
4.2 Discuss the considering factors of optimum span of supervision.
4.3 Discuss advantages and disadvantages of optimum span of supervision.
4.4 Define delegation of authority.
4.5 Explain the principles of delegation of authority.
4.6 Explain the terms: authority, responsibility and duties.

5 Understand the concept of motivation.


5.1 Define motivation.
5.2 Discuss the importance of motivation.

5.3 Describe financial and non-financial factors of motivation.


5.4 State the motivation process or cycle.
5.5 Discuss the motivation theory of Maslows and Harzbergs.
5.6 Differentiate between theory-X and theory-Y.
5.7 Discuss the relation between motivation and morale.

6 Understand the concept of leadership.


6.1 Define leadership.
6.2 Discuss the importance and necessity of leadership.
6.3 Discuss the functions of leadership.
6.4 Identify the types of leadership.
6.5 Describe the qualities of a leader.
6.6 Distinguish between autocratic leader and democratic leader.

7 Understand the basic concepts and techniques of decision making.


7.1 Define decision making.
7.2 Discuss the importance and necessity of decision making.
7.3 Discuss different types of decision making .
7.4 Describe the steps in decision making.

8 Understand the concept of personnel management and human relation.


8.1 Define personnel management.
8.2 Discuss the importance of personnel management.
8.3 Discuss the functions of personnel management.
8.4 Define staffing.
8.6 Define recruitment and selection of employees.
8.7 Describe various sources of recruitment of employees.

8.8 Describe the various methods of selection of employees.


8.9 Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of internal sources of
recruitment.
8.10 Discuss the disadvantages of external sources of recruitment.
8.11 Define training and orientation of employee.
8.12 Discuss the importance and necessity of training.
8.13 Discuss the various methods of training of workmen, technicians and
executive personnel.

9. Understand the concept of inventory control


9.1 Define inventory.& inventory control.
9.2 Describe the function of inventory control.
9.3 Discuss the necessity and importance of inventory control.
9.4 Mention the advantages and disadvantages of inventory control.
9.5 Explain the following terms :
- Bin card or Bin tag.
- Purchase requisition.
- Store requisition.
- Material transfer note.
- First in first out (FIFO).
- Last in first out(LIFO).
- PERT
- CPM
- NETWORK
- MBO

10 Understand the concept of economic lot size & break even analysis
10.1 Define economic lot size.

10.2 Discuss the effects of over supply and under supply.


10.3 Describe the method of determination of economic lot size.
10.4 Explain the terms :
- Safety stock
- Determination of safety stock
- Lead time
10.5 Define break even point and break even chart.
10.6 Explain the terms :
- Break even analysis.
- Fixed cost.
- Variable cost.
10.7 Discuss the importance of break even analysis.
10.8 Describe the method of preparing break even chart.
10.9 Describe different methods of break even analysis.
10.10 Draw break even chart in different method.
10.11 Mention the advantages and disadvantages of break even analysis.
11 Understand the concept of Marketing and inventory control
11.1 Define marketing.
11.2 Discuss the function of marketing.
11.3 State the objectives of marketing.
11.4 Explain the terms :
- Brand
- Producer
- Consumer
- Customer
- Copyright
- Trade mark
11.5 Discuss product life-cycle and marketing strategies in different stages of a product life-cycle

11.6 Define purchasing


11.7 Describe the five R of purchasing principles
12 Understand the concept of trade union and industrial law
12.1 Define trade union.
12.2 Mention the objectives of trade union.
12.3 Discuss the function of trade union.
12.4 Describe different types of trade union.
12.5 Mention the names of major trade union in Bangladesh.
12.6 Define labour and industrial law.
12.7 Discuss the importance of labour and industrial law.
12.8 Explain the terms :
- Factory Act. (1965)
- Minimum Wage Act (1957).
- Industrial Disputes Act.
- Work Men Compensation Act.
- Trade Union Act.
5841

BUSINESS ORGANIZATION & COMMUNICATION

T
2

P
0

C
2

AIMS

To be able to understand the basic concepts and principles of business organization.


To be able to understand the banking system.
To be able to understand the trade system and stock exchange activities in Bangladesh.
To be able to understand the basic concepts of communication and its types, methods.
to be able to perform in writing , application for job, complain letter & tender notice.

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Principles and objects of business organization; Formation of business organization; Banking system and its
operation; Negotiable instrument; Stock Exchange; Home trade and foreign trade.
Basic concepts of communication Communication model& feedback; Types of communication; Methods of
communication; Formal & informal communication; Essentials of communication; Report writing; Office
management; Communication through correspondence; Official and semi- official letters.

DETAIL DESCRIPTION
1

Understand business organization.


1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4

Define business.
Mention the objects of business.
Define business organization.
State the function of business organization.

Understand the formation of business organization.


2.1
Define sole proprietorship, partnership, joint stock company. and co-operative
2.2
Describe the formation of sole proprietorship, partnership , joint stock company, & co operative.
2.3
Mention the advantages and disadvantages of proprietorship, partnership and joint stock
company.
2.4
State the principles of Co operative & various types of Co operative.
2.5
Discuss the role of co-operative society in Bangladesh.

Understand the banking system and negotiable instrument.


3.1
Define bank.
3.2
State the service rendered by bank.
3.3
Describe the classification of bank in Bangladesh.
3.4
State the functions of Bangladesh Bank in controlling money market.
3.5
State the functions of commercial Bank in Bangladesh
3.6
Mention different types of account operated in a bank.
3.7
Mention how different types of bank accounts are opened and operated.
3.8
Define negotiable instrument.
3.9
Discuss various types of negotiable instrument.
3.10
Describe different types of cheque.
3.11
Define letter of credit.

Understand the home & foreign trade


4.1
Define home trade & foreign trade.
4.2
Describe types of home trade.
4.3
Differentiate between whole sale trade and retail trade.
4.4
Define foreign trade.
4.5
Mention the advantages and disadvantages of foreign trade.
4.6
Mention the classification of foreign trade.
4.7
Discuss the import procedure & exporting procedure.
4.8
Discuss the importance of foreign trade in the economy of Bangladesh.

Understand the basic concepts of communication


5.1
Define communication & business communication.
5.2
Describe the scope of business communication.
5.3
State the objectives of business communication.
5.4
Discuss the essential elements of communication process.

Understand the communication model and feedback.


6.1
Define communication model.
6.2
State the business functions of communication model.

6.3
6.4
6.5
7

Define feedback .
State the basic principles of effective feedback.
Explain the essential feedback to complete communication process.

Understand the types of communication.


7.1
Explain the different types of communication.
7.2
Distinguish between upward and downward communication.
7.3
Define two-way communication.
7.4
Describe the advantages and disadvantages of two-way communication.
7.5
Define formal & informal communication.
7.6
Describe the advantages and disadvantages of formal & informal communication.
7.7
Distinguish between formal and informal communication.
Understand the methods of communication.
8.1
Define communication method.
8.2
Discuss the various methods of communication.
8.3
Describe the advantages and disadvantages of oral communication.
8.4
Describe the advantages and disadvantages of written communication.
8.5
Distinguish between oral and written communication.

Understand the essentials of communication.


9.1
Discuss the essential feature of good communication.
9.2
Describe the barriers of communication.
9.3
Discuss the means for overcoming barriers to good communication.

10

Understand the report writing.


10.1
Define report , business report & technical report.
10.2
State the essential qualities of a good report.
10.3
Describe the factors to be considered while drafting a report.
10.4
Explain the components of a technical report.
10.5
Distinguish between a technical report and general report.
10.6
Prepare a technical report.

11

Understand the office management.


11.1
Define office and office work.
11.2
State the characteristics of office work.
11.3
Define filing and indexing.
11.4
Discuss the methods of filing.
11.5
Discuss the methods of indexing.
11.6
Distinguish between filing and indexing.

12

Understand the official and semi-official letters.


12.1
State the types of correspondence.
12.2
State the different parts of a commercial letter.
12.3
Define official letter and semi-official letter.
12.4
Distinguish between official letter and semi-official letters.
12.5
Prepare the following letters: Interview letter, appointment letter, joining letter and
application for recruitment. Complain letters, tender notice.

4-YEAR DIPLOMA-IN-INGINEERING PROGRAM

AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE (AVIONICS) TECHNOLOGY (Code: 83)

SYLLABUS
(COURSE STRUCTURE-2010)

Aircraft Pulse & Frequency Modulation


Subject Code: 8361
T

OBJECTIVE
This subject covers the basic principle of aircraft pulse & FM system. This include working principle, main
component, operation, installation, fault finding, rectification and test procedure of the systems used in modern
passenger carrying aircraft.
After completion of this course the student will acquire sound knowledge of the subject and will be able to work
on the aircraft independently.
SHORT DESCRIPTION

To provide understanding of aircraft primary and secondary radar system.


To provide understanding of the basic principle of hyperbolic navigation system, omega navigation system,
Decca navigation system and loran navigation system.
To provide understanding of electronic magnetic environment.
To provide understanding of typical electronic/ digital aircraft system.
To provide basic knowledge of fiber optics.
To provide sound knowledge of electronic display.
To provide understanding of electronic sensitive device.
To provide understanding of software management control.

DETAIL DESCRIPTION
Theory
1.

UNDERSTAND THE BASIC RADAR PRINCIPLE:


1.1
1.2
1.3

2.

Factors affecting the performance of radar.


Function of secondary radar.
Basic knowledge of radar component i.e. klystron, magnetron, TWT and wave guide

UNDERSTAND THE BASIC PRINCIPLE OF HYPERBOLIC NAVIGATION SYSTEM:


2.1
2.2
2.3

Basic principle of omega navigation system.


Decca navigation system.
Loran navigation system.

3.

UNDERSTAND DISTANCE MEASURING EQUIPMENT (DME):

4.

3.1
Basic principle of DME.
3.2
Interrogation and reply channel arrangement.
3.3
Aircraft Installation.
3.4
Technical characteristic and test procedure.
UNDERSTAND THE GLOBAL POSITIONING NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEM

4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5

5.

UNDERSTAND ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENT:


5.1
5.2

6.

Principle of operation of common types of display used in the modern aircraft.


Construction of cathode ray tube.
LED Light Emitting Diode.
LCD Liquid Cristal Display.

UNDERSTAND ELECTROSTATIC SENSITIVE DEVICE:


9.1
9.2

10.

Advantage and disadvantage of fiber optics data transmission over electrical wire propagation.
Fiber optics data bus, terminator and related terms.
Couplers, Control terminals and remote terminals.
Application of Fiber optics in aircraft systems.

UNDERSTAND ELECTRONIC DISPLAY:


8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4

9.

Basic knowledge of the following:


6.1.1 ACARS ARINC Communication and Addressing and Reporting System.
6.1.2 EICAS Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System.
6.1.3 FBW Fly By Wire.
6.1.4 FMS Flight Management System.
6.1.5 IRS Inertial Reference System.
6.1.6 ECAM Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring.
6.1.7 EFIS Electronic Flight Instrument System.
6.1.8 TCAS Traffic Collusion Avoidance System.
6.1.9 Cabin and Information.

UNDERSTAND FIBER OPTICS PRINCIPLE:


7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4

8.

Influence on the aircraft maintenance practice.


Knowledge of the following: EMC, EMI, HIRF and Lightning protection.

UNDERSTAND TYPICAL ELECTRONIC/ DIGITAL AIRCRAFT SYSTEM:


6.1

7.

Introduction of GPS.
Basic concept and working principle of GPS.
Use of GPS in the aircraft.
Different segment of GPS.
Different errors of GPS.

Special handling of component sensitivity to electro static discharge.


Awareness of risk and possible damage of component and personnel.

UNDERSTAND SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT CONTROL:


10.1
10.2

Awareness of restrictions of Airworthiness Requirement.


Possible catastrophic effect of unapproved changes to software program.

PRACTICAL

1. Practical demonstration of Radar components ie. CRT, Magnetron, Klystron and Wave guide.
2. Show secondary radar installation on the aircraft.

3. Demonstration of optical fiber.


4. Demonstration of LED and LCD.
5. Demonstration of GPS on the aircraft.
6. Demonstration of DME, TCAS, EFIS, ECAM and FMS on the live aircraft.
7. Demonstration of Fly by wire on the live aircraft.

REFERENCE BOOK
1. Aircraft Radio System
2. Automatic flight control
3. Aircraft Instrument Systems
4. L 298/34 Official Journal of the European Union

Khandakar Abdur Razzaque


Chief Training Coordinator

-J. Powell
- EHJ Pallett
- Dale Crane

AIRCRAFT DIGITAL SYSTEM

Subject Code: 8362

T
2

P
3

C
3

OBJECTIVE
The Objective of this subject is to impart basic knowledge of the topic mentioned in the syllabus
description. After completion of the course, through acquired knowledge the student will be able to
understand the working principle, operation, and rectification and test procedure of Aircraft sophisticated
Avionic & Digital Systems.
SHORT DESCRIPTION
Introduction and Safety Measures, Digital Data Transmission System, Digital Data Display & Electronic
Systems, Aircraft Software Management Control, Aircraft Avionic Systems & Integration, Integrated
Modular Avionics, Cabin Systems, On Board Maintenance System and Information System.

DETAIL DESCRIPTION

THEORY
1. INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY MEASURES
1.1
Review Digital Fundamentals
1.2
Introduction to Aircraft Digital Systems.
1.3
Introduction to Electrostatic Sensitive Devices (ESD)
1.4
Precautions in handling and transporting of ESD
1.5
Describe Electromagnetic Environment
1.5.1 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
1.5.2 Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
1.5.3 High Intensity Radiated Field (HIRF)
1.5.4 Lightning/Lightning Protection
2. DIGITAL DATA TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
2.1
Copper Wire Transmission
2.2
Optical Fibres
2.2.1 Introduction to Fibre optics.
2.2.2 Advantage and disadvantage of fibre optic data transmission
2.2.3 Fibre optic data bus
2.2.4 Fibre optic related terms
2.2.5 Terminations
2.2.6 Couplers, control terminals, remote terminals

2.3
2.4
2.5

2.2.7 Aplication of fibre optics in aircraft system


Transmission through Wireless Communication Channels
Transmission via Storage Media
Describe Serial & Parallel Data Transmission

3. DIGITAL DATA DISPLAY & ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS


3.1
Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS)
3.2
Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS)
3.3
Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring (ECAM)
3.4
Introduction to Line Replaceable Unit (LRU)
3.5
Digital Fly by Wire System (FBW)
3.6
Digital Flight Data Recorder (DFDR)
3.7
Digital Air Data Computer (DADC)
3.8
Automatic test Equipment (ATE)
4. AIRCRAFT AVIONIC SYSTEM INTEGRATION
4.1
Describe ARING and its Specification such as
4.1.1 ARINC 429
4.1.2 MIL-STD-1553B
4.1.3 ARINC 629
4.1.4 AFDX/ARINC 664
4.1.5 IEEE 1394b
4.2
Typical Avionics Architecture
4.2.1 A380 Avionics Architecture
4.2.2 Boeing 787 Avionics Architecture
4.3
Introduction to Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS)
5. AIRCRAFT SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT CONTROL
5.1
Describe software classification
5.2
Explain Software certification
5.3
Describe software upgrading
5.4
Explain data verification.
5.5
Awareness of restrictions
5.6
Airworthiness requirements
5.7
Possible catastrophic effects of unapproved changes to software programs.
6. AIRCRAFT DIGITAL SYSTEMS
6.1
ARING Communication and Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS)
6.2
Flight Management System (FMS)
6.3
Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)
6.4
Global Position System (GPS)
6.5
Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS)
6.6
Traffic Alert Collision Avoidance System (TCAS)
6.7
Satellite Communication (SATCOM)

6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11

Introduction to Aircraft Digital Communication System


Air Data and Inertial Reference System (ADIRS)
Inertial Navigation System (INS)
Microwave Landing System (MLS)

7. INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS AIRBORNE NETWORK (ATA 42)


7.1
Introduction to Integrated Modular Avionic (IMA)
7.2
Air Traffic Communication
7.3
Avionics Communication Router
7.4
Core System
7.5
Network Components
8. CABIN SYSTEMS (ATA 44)
8.1
Cabin Intercommunication Data System
8.2
Cabin Network Service and interfaces with
8.2.1 Data/Radio Communication, In-Flight Entertainment System
8.2.2 Access to pre-departure/departure reports
8.2.3 E-mail/intranet/Internet access
8.2.4 Passenger database
8.3
Cabin Core System
8.4
In-flight Entertainment System
8.5
External Communication System
8.6
Cabin Mass Memory System
8.7
Cabin Monitoring System
8.8
Miscellaneous Cabin System
8.9
Passenger address systems
8.10 Air stairs
9. ON BOARD MAINTENANCE SYSTEM (ATA 45)
9.1
Centralized Maintenance Systems (CMS)
9.2
Central maintenance computers
9.3
Data loading system
9.4
Electronic Library system
9.5
Printing
9.6
Structure monitoring (Damage tolerance monitoring)
9.7
On-Board diagnostic equipment (BITE)
10. INFORMATION SYSTEM (ATA 46)
10.1 Introduction to information system
10.2 Electronic Library Mass Storage and controller
10.3 Air Traffic and Information Management Systems
10.4 Network Server Systems
10.5 Aircraft General Information System
10.6 Flight Deck Information System

10.7
10.8
10.9

Maintenance Information System


Passenger Cabin Information System
Miscellaneous Information System

PRACTICAL
1. Demonstration of aircraft electronic display system on live aircraft with power on.
2. Practical demonstration of fibre optic in the laboratory.
3. Demonstration of DFDR, FBW, DADC and ATE in live aircraft.
4. ARING 429, ARING 629, and ARING 664 are to be demonstrated on the computer lab.
5. Demonstrate the safety precaution & working procedure while handling Electrostatic Sensitive
Device.

Reference Book
1. Aircraft Electrical and Electronic Systems: Principles, Operation and Maintenance by Mike
Tooley and David Wyatt.
2. Aircraft Digital Electronic and Computer Systems: Principles, Operation and Maintenance by
Mike Tooley.
3. Aircraft System: Mechanical, electrical, and avionics subsystems integration by Ian Moir.
4. Aircraft Communications and Navigation Systems: Principles, Operation and Maintenance by
Mike Tooley.
5. Introduction to Avionics Systems by R.P.G. Collinson
6. Aircraft Electricity and Electronics by EISMIN
7. The Avionics Handbook by CARY R. SPITZER.

Shakil Mahmud
Teacher

Khandakar Abdur Razzaque


Chief Training Coordinator

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OBJECTIVES

To provide Understanding requirements for power distribution systems in the Aircraft.

To familiarize with different types of electrical interfacing system of aircraft.

To give ideas & knowledge of different types of electrical generation and their utilities.

To give ideas & knowledge of different types of Logic circuits, APU starter logic used in aircraft.

To familiarize with necessity of aircraft Power conversion system.

To provide understanding of aircraft power supply distributions.

To familiarize with different controls and Transducers, Engine systems, Fuel management, lights
and Cabin systems.

To give idea, knowledge & understanding of Airframe systems, warning and protection systems,
EMI effects and continuing airworthiness of aircraft.

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Introduction and understanding of Aircraft ac generators, ADG, RAT, APU and Inverters and TRU.
Motors, batteries and charging methods in-in-situ condition, Power generations and distributions in the
aircraft, Engine systems, Fuel Management, Lights, Cabin Systems, Warning and Indications systems.
Fibre optics, fly-by- wires in aircraft control system, warning , operational and BITE system. Engine
control, Fire and Smoke Detection & safety system of aircraft.
DETAIL DESCRIPTION
Theory
1.0 AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL GENERATION (Moir), BUSBAR SYSTEM AND
DISTRIBUTIONS
1.1 Introductions
1.2 Familiarize with the requirements of electrical power in the aircraft.
1.3 Understand Electrical Power Evolutions
1.4 Discuss Aircraft Electrical Systems
1.5 Explain Power Generations
1.6 Learn DC power Generations
1.7 Explain AC power Generations
1.8 Explain Power Generation Control
1.9 Primary Power Distributions
1.10 Power Conversion and Energy Storage:i) Understand Inverters
ii) Discuss Transformer Rectifier Units (TRU)
iii) Understand Battery Chargers
iv) Explain Batteries
v) Explain Rectifiers
1.11 Secondary Power Distributions:i) Discuss Power Switching

ii) Discuss Load Protections


1.12 Typical Civil Air Transport Electrical Systems
1.13 Electrical Loads
i) Explain Motors and Actuations ii) Discuss Dc motors iii) Discuss ac Motors iv) Discuss
Lighting v) Explain Heating
vi) Explain Sub system Controllers and Avionics systems v) Explain Ground power
1.14 Emergency Power Generations
i) Discuss Inverters ii) Discuss Ram Air Turbine (RAT) iii) Explain Air Driven Generator (ADG)
iv) Explain Batteries
v) Permanent Magnet Generators (PMG).
1.15 Recent System Development:i) Understand Electrical Load Management Systems
ii) Discuss Variable Speed Constant Frequency (VSCF)
iii) Understand 270 vdc Systems iv) Understand More Electric Aircraft(MEA)
1.16 Recent Electrical System Developments:i) Understand Airbus A380 electrical system ii) Discuss A 400M iii) Discuss B 787 Electrical
Overview.
1.16.1 AIRCRAFT GENERATOR BUS BAR & POWER DISTRIBUTION
1.17 Discuss AC generator bus bar system
1.18 Understand Procedures of connecting generators with individual bus bars.
1.19 Explain Interconnecting of the generator buses in case of one generator fail.
1.20 Understand TIE-BUS of the generators.
1.21 Explain Interconnection and Parallel bus bar system
1.22 Understand the common bus of the aircraft generators.
1.23 Understand with the small aircraft electrical system
1.24 Understand with the large aircraft electrical systems.
1.25 Explain the Power Generation and Distribution
1.26 Understand the Generator control system
1.27 Discuss Ground service and Supply
1.28 Explain & Familiarize the Dc power Supply System
1.29 Understand the Location of electrical Components
1.30 Understand the Ac Essential Bus Transfer Systems
1.31 Understand the Ac Bus transfer system
1.32 POWER SUPPLY DISTRIBUTION OF SMALL AND LARGE AIRCRAFT
1.33 Understand Single Engine /General aviation Aircraft power supply system
1.34 Understand Twin engine General Aviation Aircraft power supply system
1.35 Understand Large aircraft power supply system
1.36 Explain Split Bus system
1.37 Discuss Parallel bus system and Split/parallel System
1.38 Explain Standby and essential power
1.39 Explain Control and Protection
1.40 Understand Load Shedding
2.0
AC AND DC MOTORS, THEIR CATAGORIES AND CHARACTERISTICS
2.1 Explain Type of a dc motor & their characteristics

2.2 Discuss the efficiency of a dc motor


2.3 Understand the Starter-Generators use, its construction and operations in the aircraft
2.4 Explain Speed control of dc motor
2.5 Learn Single phase type of induction motor
2.6 Understand Resistance start, induction run motor or split phase induction motors
2.7 Explain Capacitor start, induction run motor
2.8 Explain Capacitor start, capacitor run motor with one capacitor or two capacitors
2.9 Understand Shaded Pole (Single Phase induction) Motors
2.10 Three-phase-induction motors
(Ac Motors, Aircraft and general purpose)
2.11 Introduction
2.12 Understand the Production of a rotating magnetic field
2.13 Understand Generation of a rotating magnetic field
2.14 Explain Construction of a three-phase induction motor
2.15 Principle of operation of a three-phase induction motor
2.16 Explain Slip, Torque, speed and Synchronous Speed.
2.17 Discuss Rotor E.m.f and frequency
2.18 Discuss Rotor impedance and current
2.19 Discuss Rotor copper loss
2.20 Explain Induction motor losses and efficiency
2.21 Discuss Torque equation for an induction motor
2.22 Discuss Induction motor torque-speed characteristics
2.23 Explain Starting methods for induction motors
2.24 Discuss Advantages of squirrel-case induction motors
2.25 Explain Advantage of wound rotor induction motors
2.26 Understand Double case induction motor
2.27 Explain Uses of three-phase induction motors
2.28 Explain Synchronous Motors principle, construction and operation
2.29 Understand Induction Motors
2.30 Learn induction motor Principle of operation
3.0.
AIRCRAFT BATTERIES AND MAINTENANCE
3.1 Explain Ni-Cad battery Maintenance Procedures.
3.2 Understand Battery venting
3.3 Learn Typical Battery Systems
3.4 Discuss the Battery charging system on ground.
3.5 Explain the In-Situ battery charging system
3.6 Discuss the installation of Aircraft Batteries.
4.0
WIRING, CIRCUIT PROTECTION, CONTROLS AND TRANSDUCERS
4.1 Discuss Circuit protection
4.2 Understand Current Carrying Capacity of Wire
4.3 Understand Characteristics of Aircraft Electrics System
4.4 Explain Requirements for Open Wiring
4.5 Discuss Electrical Conduits
4.6 Discuss Electrical Connecting Devices
4.7 Understand Wire Identification
4.8 Discuss Switches
4.9 Understand Combined Switch/Light Devices or Push Button Switch Indicators (PBSI)

4.10. Explain Microswitches


4.11. Understand Proximity Switch Electronic Unit
4.12 Explain Relays and Contactors
4.13. Discuss Relay Configurations
4.14 Discuss Polarized Relays
4.15 Discuss Variable Resistors
4.16 Explain Linear Displacement Transducers
4.17 Explain Solenoids
4.18 Explain LVDT
4.19 Explain EI Sensors
4.20 Explain Fluid Pressure Transducers
4.21 Explain Temperature Transducers
4.22 Explain BI-Metallic Strip
4.23 Discuss Thermistors
4.24 Discuss Thermocouples
4.25 Discuss Strain Transducers
5.0 ENGINE SYSTEMS
5.1 An Overview
5.2 Explain Turbine Engine starting
5.3 Explain Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) start and Ignition
5.4 Explain Main Engine Start
5.5 Understand Indicating System Overview
6.0 Primary, Secondary and Electronic Indicating Systems
6.1 Understand Tachometer System
6.2 Understand Variable Reluctance
6.3 Explain Engine Temperature and control
6.4 Explain Engine pressure Ratio (EPR)
6.5 Discuss Fuel Flow (FF)
6.6 Explain Torque
6.7 Secondary Indicating Systems
6.8 Explain Oil/Fuel Temperature
6.9 Discuss Engine Vibration Monitoring and Indicating Systems.
6.10 Understand Fluid Pressure
6.11 Explain Propeller Synchronization
6.12 Electronic Indicating Systems
6.13 Explain EICAS
6.14 Explain ECAM
6.15 Explain Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC)
7.0 FUEL MANAGEMENT (ATA-28)
7.1 Discuss Storage Overview
7.2 Understand Fuel quantity measurement and Indications
7.3 Discuss Fuel feed and Distribution
7.4 Explain Fuel transfer
7.5 Explain Refueling and Defueling
7.6 Understand Fuel Jettison

7.7 Discuss Fuel system venting


7.8 Discuss Fuel tank inverting
8.0 CABIN SYSTEMS (ATA-44)
8.1 Understand Multiplexing
8.2 Discuss Fibre optics
8.3 Explain Pressurization
8.4 Explain Galley equipment
8.5 Discuss Electronics Emergency Equipment Requirements
8.6 Discuss Airstairs
9.0 AIRFRAME CONTROL, INDICATING , WARNING AND PROTECTION SYSTEMS
9.1 Discuss Landing Gear
9.2 Discuss Trailing Edge Flaps
9.3 Discuss Control surfaces
9.4 Explain Electronic Indicating Systems
9.5 Explain Stall warning and Protections
9.6 Explain Airframe ice and rain protection
9.7 Discuss Windscreen ice and rain protection
9.8 Explain Anti-skid system
9.9 Explain Configuration warnings (Take-off warning system)
9.10 Discuss Aural warning System
10.0 FIRE AND OVERHEAT PROTECTIONS,
10.1 An Overview
10.2 Discuss Engine/ APU fire detection
10.3 Discuss Cargo bay/baggage area
10.4 Explain Fire Detection and extinguishing
11.0 CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS, ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETIC FIELDS
11.1 Discuss Wire and cable installation
11.2 Define Bonding
11.3 Explain Static charges
11.4 Discuss Earth returns
11.5 Discuss Aircraft manuals
11.6 Explain Circuit Testing
11.7 Discuss Automatic Test Equipment (ATE)
11.8 Explain Electrical and Magnetic Interference
11.9 Discuss EMI reduction
11.10 Discuss High intensity/energy radiated fields
11.11Discuss Lighting
11.12Discuss Grounding
11.13 Discuss Electrostatic Sensitive devices.
12.0 ON BOARD MAINTENANCE SYSTEM (ATA-45)
12.1 Discuss Centralized Maintenance Systems (CMS)
12.2 Discuss Central maintenance computers (CMC)
12.3 Explain Data loading system
12.4 Explain Electronic Library system
12.5 Discuss Printing

12.6 Discuss Structure monitoring (Damage tolerance monitoring)


12.7 Discuss On-board diagnostic equipment (BITE)
12.8 Explain BITE
13. 0 INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS/ IMA (ATA--42)
13.1 Familiarize Bleed Management
14.2 Discuss Air pressure Control
13.3 Discuss Air Ventilation and Control
13.4 Explain Avionics and Cockpit Ventilation Control
13.5 Explain Temperature Control
13.6 Explain Air Traffic Communication
13.7 Avionics Communication Router
13.8 Electrical Load Management
13.9 Explain Circuit Breaker Monitoring
13.10 Discuss Steering Control
13.11 Explain Landing Gear Extension and Retraction
13.12 Explain Tire Pressure Indication
13.13 Discuss Oleo Pressure Indication
13.14 Explain Aircraft Brake Systems
13.15 Explain Antiskid-Systems
13.16 Discuss Brake Temperature Monitoring
13.17 Explain Core System; Network Component
14.0 AIRCRAFT FLIGHT CONTROLS (ATA27) AND ADVANCED SYSTEM
14.1 Understand the flight controls
14.2 a) Primary Controls: i)Aileron ii) Elevator iii)Rudder iv) Spoiler v) Trim control vi)Active load
control vii) High lift devices viii) Speed Brakes ix) System operation: Manual, hydraulic, pneumatic; x)
Artificial feel xi) Yaw damper xii) Mach trim xiii) Rudder limiter xiv) Gust locks xv) Stall protection
systems xvi) System operation:
a) Electrical
b) Fly-by-wire.
14.3 Advanced System
14.4 Introductions
14.5 Discuss STOL Manoeuvre Technology Demonstrator (SMTD)
14.6 Discuss Vehicle Management systems
14.7 Discuss More Electrical Aircraft
14.8 Discuss More Electric Engines
14.9 Explain More Electric aircraft
14.10 Discuss Engine Power Offtakes
14.11 Explain Boeing 787(More-Electric) Electric System
14.12 Discuss More Electric hydraulic system
14.13 Explain More Electric Environmental System
14.14 More Electric Actuations:i) Explain Electro-Hydraulic Actuation(EHA)
ii) Discuss Electro-mechanical actuations(EMA)
iii) Discuss Electric Braking
14.15 More Electric Engine:-

i) Explain Conventional engine characteristics


ii) Explain More-electric Engine characteristics
14.16 Discuss Technology Developments/Demonstrator:i) Discuss Fault tolerant 270 VDC Electrical Power Generations System
ii) Explain Thermal and Energy Management Module
iii) Explain AFTI-16 Flight Demonstration
PRACTICAL
1. Demonstrate the bonding and Shielding, its installation technique
2. Demonstrate Aircraft Batteries in aircraft facilities and its installation technique
3. Demonstrate aircraft Dc machine in aircraft facilities.
4. Demonstrate the PBSI, CB, Solenoid, Relays and other control device.
5. Demonstrate the power conversion equipment as inverter, transformer, rectifier etc.
6. Demonstrate the lighting installations in aircraft facility.
7. Demonstrate the fire & Smoke detector system and their extinguishing system.
8. Demonstrate the ac generators, power productions and test and control system in the cockpit and
installation in the engine.
9. Demonstrate the pneumatic system, hyd. system, fuel system with refueling and refueling facilities
and precaution and safety procedures.
REFERENCE Books:
1. Aircraft Electrical And Electronic Systems
(Principles, Maintenance and Operations)
ByMike Tooly & David Wyatt.
2. Aircraft Systems
(Mechanical, Electrical and avionics subsystems integration)
ByIan Moir & Allan seabridge
3. Aircraft Maintenance and repair (Glencoe Av Tech Series)
4. Aircraft electricity and electronicsByBent & Mckinly
5. Aircraft electricity and electronicsByEismin
6. A & P Technician Powerplant Textbook By: Jeppesen
7. Aircraft Electricity. ByPallett.
8. Basic Electricity (Vol-1 & 2 )ByG.M Anwer Hossain
9. Automatic Flight Control. By-- Pallett
10. Training Manuals of:-ATP, F-28, DC10-30, Airbus, Dash-8 Aircrafts
11. Electrical and Electronic Principles and Technology, byJohn Bird

GM Anwer Hossain
Chief Instructor, AIB

Integrated flight System-II


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OBJECTIVES

To provide general knowledge of Signal processing.


Describe the general knowledge of demand signals.
Explain the general knowledge of Command signals outputs.
To provide comprehension of principles and to assess operational condition of Flight director system.
To provide general knowledge of Automatic throttle systems.
To provide general knowledge of Auto landing systems.
To provide general knowledge of flight path computation.
To provide general knowledge of Electronic display.
Describe the general knowledge of inertial navigation systems.
To provide general knowledge of inertial Reference systems.
To provide general knowledge of Oxygen systems.
To provide general knowledge of Flight management systems.

SHORT DESCRIPTION

Introduction to Signal processing, demand signals, Flight director system, Automatic throttle systems, Auto
landing systems, flight path computation, Flight management systems, Electronic display, inertial
navigation systems, inertial Reference systems and Oxygen systems.

DETAIL DESCRIPTION
Theory
1. DESCRIBE THE COMMAND SIGNAL PROCESSING
1.1 Function of the signals processing systems components
1.1.1 Limiting
1.1.2 Synchronizing
1.1.3 Demodulation
1.1.4 Gain & gain programming
1.1.5 Feedback
1.1.6 Integration
2. DESCRIBE THE OUTER LOOP CONTROL
2.1 Inner loop stabilization & outer loop control
2.2 Modes of Autopilot
2.2.1 Basic mode
2.2.2 Upper mode
2.3 Modes in pitch axis
2.3.1 Altitude selects and holds
2.3.2 Vertical speed
2.3.3 Airspeed selects and holds
2.3.4 Mach hold
2.3.5 Pitch hold
2.3.6 Pitch trim

2.3.7 Turbulence penetration


2.3.8 Vertical navigation
2.3.9 Glide slope
2.3.1o Approach
2.4 Modes in roll axis
2.4.1 Heading select and hold
2.4.2 Bank hold
2.4.3 Radio navigation
2.4.4 Area navigation
2.4.5 Localizer
2.4.6 Runway align
3. EXPLAIN THE INSTRUMENT LANDING SYSTEM
3.1 Main components
3.1.1 Ground based elements
3.1.2 Airborne based elements
3.2 Localizer elements
3.3 Glide path elements
3.4 Indicating elements
3.4 Marker beacons
3.5 ILS coupling
3.6 VOR system
4. EXPLAIN THE AUTO THROTTLE SYSTEM
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Control System
4.3 Sensors
4.4 Engine coupling units
4.5 Modes of operation
4.6 Electronic engine control
5. DESCRIBE THE GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF FLIGHT DIRECTOR & INTEGRATED
FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Attitude direction indicator
5.3 Horizontal situation indicator
5.4 warning flag
5.5 Fundamental operating modes
6. DESCRIBE THE GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRONIC DISPLAY
6.1 Types of Electronics display
6.1.1 Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS)
6.1.2 Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitors (ECAM)
6.1.3 Engine Indication and Crew Alerting System (EICAS)
7. DESCRIBE THE GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM (INS)
7.1 Theory of operation
7.2 Main components:
7.2.1 Mode selector unit (MSU)
7.2.2 Control display unit (CDU)
7.2.3 Inertial navigation unit (INU)
7.2.4 BATTERY UNIT
7.3 inertial reference system (IRS)
8. DESCRIBE THE GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF AIRCRAFT OXYGEN SYSTEM

8.1 Introduction
8.2 System layout: Cockpit & cabin.
8.3 Sources of oxygen.
8.4 Storage, charging & distribution of oxygen.
8.5 Oxygen supply regulation and specifications
8.6 Types of oxygen system
8.7 Main components and their operation:
8.7.1 Oxygen cylinder
8.7.2 Regulator
8.7.3 Pressure gauge
8.7.4 Flow meter
8.7.5 Breathing mask
8.8 Indications and warnings.
9. DESCRIBE THE FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (FMS)
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Main components.
9.3 System operation.

PRACTICAL
1.
Demonstrate the Signal processing and demand signals

2.
3.
4.
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6.

7.

Demonstrate Installation/ Removal of Autopilot Computer


Demonstrate The Operation of Flight director system.
Demonstrate the Installation/ Removal of INS components.
Demonstrate the Installation/ Removal of oxygen system components.
Demonstrate The Electronic Display Instruments.( EFIS, ECAS, ECAM)
6.1 Demonstrate the EFIS
6.2 Demonstrate the ECAS
6.3 Demonstrate the ECAM
Demonstrate the inertial navigation systems.

REFERENCE BOOK
1. Automatic flight control
- EHJ Pallett
2. Aircraft Instrument Systems
- Dale Crane
3. Airframe Handbook AC 65-15A - FAA Publications

Md. Abul Khayer


Deputy Chief Instructor

AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS AND POWER PLANT


Subject Code: 8265

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OBJECTIVES

To familiarize with rotary wing aerodynamics


To understand aircraft emergency equipment and their Importance
To understand importance of aircraft systems
Provide understanding of basic principle and gas turbine theory.
To familiarize different types of constructional features of the gas turbine engines.
Make understanding of load bearing capability and affect of altitude variation on engine construction.
To give understanding about air/gas flow through different stages/ sections of the gas turbine engine.
To understand importance of turbine engine systems

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Introduction to rotary wing aerodynamics, aircraft equipment and furnishings, aircraft systems e.g. flight controls,
air conditioning and cabin pressurization, fuel systems, hydraulic system and landing gear.
Introduction to the basic principle and gas turbine theory, types of gas turbine engines, compressor, combustion
chamber, turbine, exhaust types and construction etc.
DETAIL DESCRIPTION

Theory
1. Understanding of Rotary Wing Aerodynamics
1.1 Terminology
1.2 Describe operation and effect of cyclic,
1.3 Explain collective and anti-torque controls
2. Understanding of Equipment and Furnishings (ATA 25)
2.1 Discuss electronic emergency equipment requirements
2.2 Explain cabin entertainment equipment
3. Understanding of Flight Controls (ATA 27)
3.1 Purpose of primary controls
3.2 Describe spoilers
3.3 Explain trim control
3.4 Discuss active load control
3.5 Narrate high lift devices
3.6 Explain lift dump
3.7 Describe speed brakes
3.8 Represent system operation
3.8.1 Explain manual operation
3.8.2 Describe hydraulic operation
3.8.3 Discuss pneumatic operation
3.9 Narrate artificial feel
3.10 Discuss yaw damper
3.11 Explain mach trim
3.12 Describe rudder limiter

3.13 Explain gust locks


4. Understanding of Air Conditioning and Cabin Pressurization (ATA 21)
4.1 Name the sources of air supply including engine bleed, APU & ground cart
4.2 Discuss air conditioning systems
4.2.1Narrate air cycle
4.2.2 Describe vapor cycle machines
4.2.3 Explain distribution systems
4.2.4 Differentiate temperature and humidity control system
4.3 Explain pressurization systems
4.3.1 Discuss cabin pressure controllers
4.3.2 Describe cabin pressure controller including indication
4.3.3 Describe safety valves
4.3.4 Describe dump valves
4.3.5 Explain warning devices
5. Understanding of Fuel Systems (ATA 28)
5.1 Describe fuel tanks
5.2 Explain supply systems
5.3 Discuss flashing, venting and draining
5.4 Differentiate dumping, cross-feed and transfer
5.5 Illustrate indications and warnings
5.6 Describe refueling system
5.7 Explain defueling
5.8 Points fuel trimming for longitudinal balance
6. Understanding of Hydraulic Power System (ATA 29)
6.1 Describe hydraulic fluids
6.2 Explain hydraulic reservoirs
6.3 Discuss accumulators
6.4 Differentiate pressure generation
6.4.1 Electrical
6.4.2 Mechanical
6.4.3 Pneumatic
6.4.4 Explain emergency pressure generation
6.4.4.1 Reversible motor pump
6.4.4.2 Non-reversible motor pump
6.5 Describe filters
6.6 Discuss pressure control
6.7 Identifies power distribution
6.8 Discuss indication and warning systems
6.9 Distinguish interface with other systems
7. Understanding of Landing Gear (ATA 32)
7.1 Layout the arrangement of landing gear
7.2 Describe construction of landing gear
7.3 Explain shock absorbing system
7.4 Differentiate extension and retraction systems
7.4.1 Describe normal system
7.4.2 Discuss emergency system
7.5 Represents indications and warnings
7.6 Purpose & construction of wheels
7.7 Describe brakes, antiskid and auto-braking
7.8 Purpose & construction of tyres

7.9 Purpose & construction of tubes


7.10 Discuss about steering system
7.11 Narrate air-ground sensing
8. Turbine Engines
8.1 Understanding of Basic Principles and Gas Turbine Theory
8.1.1 Represents Bernoullis principle & venturi principle
8.1.2 Differentiate convergent and divergent duct.
8.1.3 Represent Brayton cycle.
8.1.4 Distinguish Adiabatic and isothermal process
8.1.5 Describe air/ gas flow through the gas turbine engine.
8.1.6 Explain thrust formula, thrust horse power (THP), shaft horse power (SHP) and equivalent shaft
horse power (ESHP).
8.1.7 Identifies gas turbine engine efficiency: thermal efficiency, propulsive efficiency.
8.1.8 Points factors affecting thrust: design and non-design factor.
8.2 Understanding of Jet Engines
8.2.1 Define engine.
8.2.2 Explain the types of engine.
8.2.3 Different type of engine construction and arrangement
8.2.4 Describe about the characteristics of different type of engines.
8.2.5 Discus about the main sections of the different types of engine.
8.3 Understanding of Compressor
8.3.1 Explain the types of compressor.
8.3.2 Discus about construction and arrangement of the different types of compressor.
8.3.3 Narrate about air flow through different type of compressor.
8.3.4 Describe the compressor surge and stalls.
8.4 Understanding of Combustion Chamber
8.4.1 Define combustion chamber.
8.4.2 Points types of combustion chamber.
8.4.3 Describe construction and arrangement of different type of combustion chamber.
8.4.4 Describe the cooling and draining of combustion chamber.
8.5 Understanding of Turbine
8.5.1 Define different type of turbine.
8.5.2 Explain the construction, arrangement, and materials of different type of turbine.
8.5.3 Discus about the turbine blade fittings, thermal stress and cooling.
8.5.4 Points the gas flow characteristics of different type of turbine.
8.6 Understanding of Exhaust
8.6.1 Explain about different type of exhaust section.
8.6.2 Discus about the construction, arrangement and materials of exhaust section.
8.6.3 Describe about tailpipe propelling nozzles and after burner.
8.7 Understanding of Lubrication System
8.7.1 Explain types of lubrication system
8.7.2 Name the system components
8.7.3 Describe operation
8.8 Understanding of Fuel System
8.8.1 Explain fuel metering system

8.8.2 Name the system components


8.8.3 Describe electronic engine control (EEC)
8.8.4 Describe operation of fuel system

Practical
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Show skills in identifying of emergency equipment


Show skills in identifying of primary flight controls
Show skills in identifying of pressurizing system components
Show skills in refueling and defueling of an aircraft
Show skills in testing booster pump
Show skills in identifying of hydraulic system components
Show skills in servicing tyres and shock strut
Show skills in identifying of major sections of gas turbine engine.
Show skill in identifying different types of blade fitting arrangement
Show skill removal and installation of gas turbine engine from the aircraft.

Reference Books:
1. FAA-H-8083-33: Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook: Airframe, Volume 1&2
2. Related ATA System F28 Aircraft Training Note
3. The Jet Engine by Rolls-Royce UK
4. FAA-H-8083-32: Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook: Engine, Volume 1&2

Anwar Hossain Khan


Deputy Chief Instructor

Engr S M Akmal Hossain


Principal

AVIATION MANAGEMENT
Subject Code: 8266

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

Ability to understand core concepts, characteristics and principles in Aviation Management.


To be able to understand and familiarize with the basic conceptsof management and their functions.
Demonstrate multi-disciplinary problem solving and management techniques in the process of decision
making in aviation sector.
To be able to understand and develop the labor management relation in the airline industry.
Be able to acquire detail knowledge ofcivil aviation& international aviation.
To be able to developleadership skills &manages the problems created by trade union.
Ability to prepare the Fleet Planning and Airline Scheduling.
Better understanding of Airline management and organization.
Ability to understand the functions of continuing airworthiness management organization (CAMO) &
safety management system (SMS).
Ability to demonstrate cooperation and negotiation skills with third parties in Aviation Management.

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Introduction to Aviation Management; Views of Aviation;The Historical Perspective of Aviation;The Air
Transportation : Regulators & Association;General Aviation Industry;The Airline Industry;Economic
Characteristics of Airlines;Airline Management and Organization;Air Cargo;Fleet Planning; Principles of
Airline Scheduling;Airline Labor Relation;Airport Operations.

DETAIL DESCRIPTION
THEORY
1. INTRODUCTION TO AVIATION MANAGEMENT
1.1
Introduction to Aviation
1.2
Brief description of Civil Aviation
1.2.1 General Aviation
1.2.2 Commercial Aviation
1.3
Define Military Aviation
1.4
Airline
1.5
Airport
1.6
Air Traffic Control
2. UNDERSTAND THE VIEWS OF AVIATION
2.1
Describe the scope and economic significance of Aviation
2.2
Define Aerospace Industry
2.2.1 Major Aircraft Manufacturer
2.2.2 Engine Manufacturer
2.2.3 Parts & Components Manufacturer

2.3

2.4

Explain the following:


2.3.1 Characteristics of aerospace industry
2.3.2 Economic profile
2.3.3 Government market
2.3.4 Contribution to economy
2.3.5 Contribution to efficient conduct of business
2.3.6 Impact on personal and pleasure travel patterns
The Air Transportation Industry

3. DESCRIBETHE HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF AVIATION


3.1
Introduction
3.2
The Formative Period: 1918 - 1938
3.2.1 Airmail service
3.2.2 Post office department service
3.3
The Growth years: 1938-1958
3.4
Maturity Jets Arrive: 1958 1978
3.5
INTERNATIONAL AVIATION
3.5.1 The Question of Sovereignty in Airspace
3.5.2 Paris Convention 1919
3.5.3 Havana Convention 1928
3.5.4 International Air Law
3.5.5 Warsaw Convention 1929
3.5.6 Chicago Convention- 1944
3.5.7 Bermuda Agreement 1946
3.4.8 The Pursuit of Open Skies
3.5.9 Globalization
3.5.10 Globalization of Airlines
3.5.11 Future Challenges
4. THE AIR TRANSPORTATION : REGULATORS& ASSOCIATION
4.1
Introduction
4.2
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
4.2.1 List out Major responsibilities
4.2.2 Mention Other FAA Activities
4.3
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
4.3.1 Formation of ICAO.
4.3.2 Explain how ICAO works?
4.3.3 Define:
i.
The Assembly
ii.
The Council
iii.
The Secretariat
4.3.4 Mention the Goals of ICAO
4.3.5 State the Strategic Objectives of ICAO
4.3.6 ICAO Standard and Recommended Practices (SARPS)
4.3.7 Explain the South Asian Regional Initiative (SARI) of COSCAP-SA.
4.4
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
4.4.1 Summarize the functions of EASA
4.4.2 Key out the Responsibilities

4.5

4.6

4.7
4.8
4.9

4.4.3 Describe the EASA Regulations


4.4.4 Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO)
Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB)
4.5.1 Historical Background
4.5.2 Drawout the Functions
4.5.3 Outlinethe Civil Aviation Regulations
4.5.4 Safety Management System (SMS)
International Air Transport Association (IATA)
4.6.1 Formation of IATA.
4.6.2 What is the Mission of IATA?
4.6.3 Define areas of Activity
National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB)
Major Aviation Associations
4.9.1 Airline- related associations
4.9.2 Other airlines associations
4.9.3 General aviation association
4.9.4 International association

5. DESCRIBE GENERAL AVIATION INDUSTRY


5.1
Introduction
5.2
General aviation statistics
5.3
Give an idea about General aviation fleet
5.4
Uses of aircraft
5.5
Airports
5.6
FAA services
5.7
General Aviation Support Industry
5.8
The Manufacturer
5.9
Aviation service industry
5.9.1 Describe Fixed Base Operator (FBO)
5.10
Business & Personal market
6. EXPLAIN THE AIRLINE INDUSTRY
6.1
Introduction
6.2
Structure of Airline Industry
6.3
Define Commuters airline
7. UNDERSTAND THE ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF AIRLINES
7.1
Introduction
7.2
Describe Economic characteristics of airlines
7.3
Number and sizes of firms
7.4
Define High barrier ' s entry
7.5
Economies of scale
7.6
Growth through merger
7.7
Close government regulation
8. UNDERSTAND THE AIRLINE MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION
8.1
Introduction
8.2
Management

8.3
8.4
8.5

8.6

8.7
8.8

8.9

IdentifytheLevel of management
Explain Decision making steps
Function of management
8.5.1 Planning
8.5.2 Organizing
8.5.3 Staffing
8.5.4 Directing
8.5.5 Controlling
Organization
8.6.1 Principles of organization planning
i.
Span of Control
ii.
Delegation of Authority
8.6.2 Line and staff responsibilities
Organization chart
Staff Departments
8.8.1 Finance and property
8.8.2 Information services
8.8.3 Personnel
8.8.4 Medical
8.8.5 Community relations and publicity
8.8.6 Economic planning
Line Departments
8.9.1 Flight operations
8.9.2 Engineering & Maintenance
8.9.3 Quality Control and Assurance
8.9.4 Marketing & services

9. EXPLAIN THE AIR CARGO


9.1
Introduction
9.2
Historical Overview
9.3
Air Cargo Today
9.4
The Future
9.5
The Market for Air Freight
9.6
Types of Air Freight Rates
9.7
Special Air Freight Services
9.8
Factors Affecting Air Freight Rates
10. UNDERSTAND AIRLINE FLEET PLANNING
10.1
Introduction
10.2
Mention the Factors in Fleet Planning
10.3
Design & Development
10.4
Describe The Fleet Planning Process
10.4.1 Information needed
10.4.2 The Fleet Planning Model
10.4.3 System constraints
10.4.4 Aircraft evaluation
10.4.5 Tentative fleet plan and financial evaluation
10.4.6 Presentation & Management Approval
10.5
The Decision to Upgrade or replace

11. UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES OF AIRLINE SCHEDULING


11.1
Introduction
11.2
The Mission of Scheduling
11.3
Equipment Maintenance
11.4
Flight Operations and Crew Scheduling
11.5
Ground Operations and Facility Limitations
11.6
Schedule Planning and Coordination
11.7
Equipment Assignment and Types of Schedules
11.8
Hub-and-Spoke Scheduling
11.9
Data Limitations in Airline Scheduling
12. UNDERSTAND AIRLINE LABOR RELATION
12.1
Introduction
12.2
Increased employee productivity
12.3
Revitalized leadership
12.4
Reduction In Union raiding
12.5
Profit sharing
12.6
Two- tier wage structure
13. INTRODUCTION TO AIRPORT OPERATIONS
13.1
Aviation Safety and Security
13.2
Passenger Services
13.3
Ground Services
13.4
Flight Operations
13.5
Understand Airport Economics
13.6
Airport Support Services
13.7
Different areas of an airport, such as Landside, Terminal, and Airside

REFERENCE BOOKS
1. Air Transportation: A Management PerspectiveSixth Edition by JOHN G. WENSVEEN; Ashgate
Publishing Limited UK.
2. Aviation Management: Global and National Perspectives byRatandeep Singh;
Kanishka Publishers, New Delhi.
3. Air Navigation Order (ANO), CAAB.

Shakil Mahmud
Teacher

Engr. S.M. AkmalHossain


Principal, AIB

5851

BOOK KEEPING & ACCOUNTING

AIMS
To be able to understand the principles and practices of book keeping and
accounting.
To be able to understand the procedures of general accounting, financial
accounting and their applications.

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Concept of book keeping and accounting; Transactions; Entry systems; Accounts;
Journal; Ledger; Cash book; Trial balance; Final accounts; Cost account & financial
accounting; Depreciation; Public works accounts.

DETAIL DESCRIPTION
1 Understand the concept of book keeping and accounting.
1.1 Define book keeping and accountancy.
1.2 State the objectives of book keeping.
1.3 State the advantages of book keeping.
1.4 Differentiate between book keeping and accounting.
1.5 State the necessity and scope of book keeping and accounting.
2 Understand the transactions.
2.1 Define transactions and business transaction.
2.2 Explain the importance of transactions.
2.3 Describe the characteristic features of transactions.
2.4 Discuss the classification of transaction.
2.5 Identify the transaction from given statements stating reasons.
3 Understand the entry system.
3.1 State the aspects of transactions.

3.2 Define single entry system.


3.3 State the objectives of single entry system.
3.4 Discuss the disadvantages of single entry system.
3.5 Define double entry system.
3.6 Discuss the principles of double entry system.
3.7 Justify whether double entry system is an improvement over the single
entry system.
3.8 Distinguish between single entry and double entry system of book
keeping.
4 Understand the classification of accounts.
4.1 Define accounts.
4.2 State the objectives of accounts.
4.3 Illustrate different type of accounts with example.
4.4 Define Golden rules of Book keeping.
4.5 State the rules for Debit and Credit in each class of accounts.
4.6 Determine Debtor (Dr) and Creditor (Cr.) from given transactions
applying golden rules.
4.7 Define accounting cycle.
4.8 State the different steps of accounting cycle.

5 Understand the Journal.


5.1 Define Journal.
5.2 State the object of Journal.
5.3 State the functions of Journal.
5.4 Mention the various names of Journal.

5.5 Interpret the form of Journal.


5.6 Journalize from given transactions.
6 Understand the ledger.
6.1 Define ledger.
6.2 Interpret the form of ledger.
6.3 State the functions of ledger.
6.4 Distinguish between Journal and Ledger.
6.5 Prepare ledger from given transactions.
6.6 Explain why ledger is called the king of all books of accounts.
7 Understand the cash book.
7.1 Define cash book (single, double and triple column).
7.2 Explain cash book as both Journal and Ledger.
7.3 Prepare double column cash book from given transactions showing
balances.
7.4 Prepare triple column cash book from given transaction and find out the
balances.
7.5 Define petty cash book.
7.6 Prepare analytical and imprest system of cash book.
7.7 Define discount.
7.8 Explain the different types of discount.
8 Understand the trial balance.
8.1 Define trial balance.
8.2 State the object of a trial balance.
8.3 Discuss the methods of preparation of a trial balance.
8.4 Explain the limitations of a trial balance.
8.5 Prepare trial balance from given balance.
9 Understand the final accounts.
9.1 State the components of final account.

9.2 Distinguish between trial balance and balance sheet.


9.3 Identify the revenue expenditure and capital expenditure.
9.4 Select the items to be posted in the trading account, profit & loss
account and the balance sheet.
9.5 State the adjustment to be made from the given information below or
above the trial balance.
9.6 Prepare trading account, profit & loss account and balance sheet from
the given trial balance & other information.

10 Understand the cost and financial accounting.


10.1 Define financial accounting.
10.2 State the objectives of financial accounting.
10.3 Define cost accounting.
10.4 Discuss the relationship between financial Accounting and cost
accounting.
10.5 State the elements of direct cost and indirect cost.
10.6 Prepare cost sheet showing prime cost, factory cost, cost of production,
total cost and selling price.
10.7 Discuss the capital budgeting

10.8 Discuss the discounted cash flow method


10.9 Explain the following terms:
a. Fixed cost b. Variable cost c. Factory cost d. Overhead cost e. Process cost
f. Direct cost g. Operating cost h. Standard cost

11 Understand the depreciation


11.1 Define depreciation.
11.2 State the objects of depreciation.
11.3 Discuss the necessity for charging depreciation.
11.4 Describe the different methods of determining depreciation.
11.5 Explain the relative merits and demerits of different method of
depreciation.
12 Understand the public works accounts.
12.1 State the important aspects of public works accounts.
12.2 Describe the main features of public works accounts.
12.3 Explain Revenue and Grant.
12.4 Define Value Added Tex (VAT)
12.5 State the merits and demerits of VAT.
12.6 Define Bill and Voucher.