Advanced Aircraft Systems

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 22, 1993 - Transportation - 368 pages
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This book explains the theory, components, and practical applications of systems in turboprop, turojet, and turbofan aircraft. The author clearly examines electrical, turbine engine, lubrication and coooling , and other systems.

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David A. Lombardo is a professional pilot and an international aviation training consultant, specializing in simulation, training program design, and organizational development. He is a former assistant dean of the Division of Aviation at Lewis University and former Aviation Program Director at Bowling Green State University. He has flown 34 different types of aircraft in thousands of hours in the air. His FAA certifications include: Airline Transport Pilot; CFI, airplane single- and multi-engine, and instrument; and Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic. He has lectured widely on aviation and aviation education.

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