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. It will then move to aircraft types and their operational part. Its better when we start by learning the basic parts.
let’s learn about the aircraft engines as the source of power. Different aircraft use different types of the engine depending on size and capacity. Engines are classified in different type each according to engine used models and kind. The choice of the aircraft you want to specify to depend on aircraft type. The the aircraft engine is widely classified in operation of the power production. Small aircraft use piston engine while the prominent aircraft use jet engine.
The jet engines are installed on the wing. The aircraft body is also known as the fuselage. The aircraft body that holds ravage and passengers is called fuselage. There are some aircraft that their engines are mounted on the fuselage. There are different units of the fuselage. The the first section is the section of aircraft controls known as a cockpit.
The central wing section is the middle section of the fuselage. The the tail section is the tail unit of the aircraft fuselage where the small wings called stabilizers are connected. The tail unit hold sub units like radar on the vertical stabilizers and flaps on a small flat wing. These subunits are connected to the cockpit control unit which pilot use to control the aircraft. 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 subunits of the central units are also referred as controls units. The control unit mounted on the trailing edge of the main wing plays a banking control of aircraft. The control stick from pilot section is interconnected to all control unit.
Let’s learn how aircraft fly by use of the control units we have determined above. As a pilot when control stick is pulled towards you, the tabs on the tail unit flap up to push the back wing down making the aircraft nose to rise. The push of the same control stick down will do the opposite. The the plane will bank by moving the aircraft ailerons. Ailerons moves differentially by moving the control stick on the right for right barking and left for left banking.
The other controls source are airbrakes on the main wing inner part. The purpose of the air brake is to minimize aircraft speed in flight. The an engine produces power by throwing the air backward that moves the aircraft forward in the same force. Different engines operate differently. Jet engine use air combustion back throw power by use of air fans while the piston engine use the propeller to suck air backward.