Airline Recognition Guide by Gunter G. Endres, Graham Edwards

By Gunter G. Endres, Graham Edwards

Airline reputation advisor КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: HarperCollins PublishersСерия: Jane's acceptance GuideАвтор(ы): Gunter Endres, Graham EdwardsЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2006Количество страниц: 194x2ISBN: 978-0-00-720442-7Формат: pdf (150 dpi) ~1370x1000Размер: 89,3 mb RAPIDили IFOLDER zero

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Banding: I) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Fuel lines and connections Oil lines and connections Fire extinguisher lines Airspeed lines Oxygen lines Vacuum lines Supercharger lines De-icer lines Automatic pilot hne 10) Floatation equipment lines II) Manifold pressure 12) Steam (heating) lines 13) Purging (bilge) lines 14) Exhaust analyzer Red Yellow Brown Black Light Green White and Light Green Orange Light Blue and Light Green o banding Light blue White and Light Blue Light Blue and Black Light Blue and Yellow Light Blue and Brown The hydraulic lines were marked with triple banding, consisting of a Yellow band bordered on each side with Light Blue banding.

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Antennas I) Liaison set had a trailing antenna that trailed downwards from a point to the right of the fuselage under the center section wing panel. 2) Command set antenna fastened to the rear radio mast and the lug on top of the vertical stabilizer. Both the receiver and transmitter used the same antenna. 3) Marker beacon antenna located on the underside of the fuselage, and was supported by two short masts. 4) Radio compass "T" antennae were a retractable loop type, and located between the two radio masts on top of the fuselage.

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