A pitot static system is the driving force of an aircraft’s speed. There are many components that make up this crucial system of an aircraft. This guide will walk you through the components of a pitot static system, the importance of calibration, how-to calibrate and more.
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Weighing an aircraft is an important task that is performed regularly throughout aviation maintenance organizations worldwide. The weight and center of gravity of an aircraft have a significant impact on the stability and performance during the operation of an aircraft. If the aircraft is too heavy, it may have trouble getting off the ground. If […]
Temperature is one of the most important factors that affects the performance and life of turbine engines. For the engine to be most efficient, the exhaust temperatures need to be as high as possible, while maintaining an operating temperature that does not exceed the engine’s material limits and cause damage to the engine. Too low […]
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