Learning to Fly
The way flight operation takes place until the completion of the plane. Every the aviator must prepare before every aircraft operation to avoid incidents and accidents.
The aircraft flight precautions are always the first lesson. Aircraft parts is then what you will learn about. It will be of great advantage to learn the basic standard parts of the aircraft.
The source of the aircraft power to rise in the will be the first part to study on. There are different types of the engines used in varies types of aircraft. The aircraft classification according to the engine is the first thing to differentiate them widely. There are other factors that flight training consider when learning to fly. These are two types of main aircraft engine operation. Small aircraft use piston engine while the prominent aircraft use jet engine.
The aircraft engines are mounted in nose or wings. The next part of aircraft is airframe or aircraft body. The aircraft body is referred to as fuselage that holds passels and passage. There are some aircraft that their engines are mounted on the fuselage. There are different units of the fuselage. The first section is the cockpit.
The second section is the middle section that holds the main wings. The last section is known as the trailing unit where small back wings also known as the stabilizer is mounted. The stabilizers hold a sub unit on their trailing edge; these sub units are rudder on the vertical stabilizer and tabs on the horizontal stabilizers. The tail unit subunit are used by the pilot by use of interconnected controls to control apparatus. The down and up movement is controlled by the tail sub unit.
The other unit is the middle unit that holds the main wing which also holds sub units on the trailing edge. Ailerons are subunits that are mounted at the trailing end of the main arm at the outer part of the wing. the primary goal of the subunits is controlled. Ailerons are used to control bank movement of the aircraft. The control units are all connected to a pilot control rod commonly known as the control stick.
This is the operation of the aircraft control unit in flight. Pulling the aircraft control stick moves the tail down and nose up. The a force of control unit downwards will lift the tail unit up making the aircraft nose to face down. The middle group which holds ailerons bank the aircraft. The movement of the control stick on the right side moves ailerons up and bank the aircraft on the right, and the action of the control stick on the left moves the ailerons down causing the plane to bank on the left.
The the main wing hold the air brakes. The purpose of the air brake is to minimize aircraft speed in flight. The only work of engine is to sack air burn in the closed chamber and through it back to produce equal forward energy. Aircraft the driver operates differently depending on models. Jet engine use air combustion back throw power by use of air fans while the piston engine use the propeller to suck air backward.