[Ref Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook–Airframe, Volume 2, FAA-H-8083-31A 13-5] “Bogie” is describing the attaching mechanism which has more than two wheels are attached to single landing gear strut.
[Ref. Pilot’s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge, FAA-H-8083-25B Page 5-13] A powered parachute wing is a parachute that has a cambered upper surface and a flatter under surface. The pilot and passenger sit in tandem in front of the engine, which is located at the rear of a vehicle. The airframe is attached to the parachute […]
[Ref MULTIMODAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN FACTORS, Wiki] Swiss cheese model (a.k.a Cumulative act effect model) is broadly used to study the accident/incident causation – considers the interaction between latent conditions and errors and their contribution to organizational accidents. Systems comprise various organizational levels that contribute to the production of system outputs (e.g decision makers, line management, […]
[Ref Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook–Airframe, Volume 2 (FAA-H-8083-31A) Chapter 17, AERO QTR_02.11, FAA AC No: 25.857-1, ICAO] Fire Zone – is an area of an aircraft designed by manufacture to require fire protection and/or fire extinguishing equipment. 5 types of Fire Zone of Powerplant compartments: Class A – heavy airflow that past regular arrangements of similarly shaped […]