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3.7 out of 5 stars
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3.7 out of 5 stars

on 16 January 2010
Good introduction to aircraft electrical system but there are several annoying errors in the worked out examples where the figures in the solution differ from the question. For example Q 1.9: what current will flow in an 18 Ohm resistor when connected to a 12 Volt battery. I would think 0.67 Amp but according to the solution: 24V / 10 Ohm = 2.4 Amp. Publisher please check thoroughly before printing a second edition!
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on 6 August 2009
I am finding the book informative, but you do need a basic grasp of electrical theory before starting. I am also finding it easier to follow than the LBP notes.
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on 8 July 2010
As with all books in this range, the layout is simple and user friendly. Some of the sections however lack the necessary detail and the book (like the others) contains numerous mistakes.

They are particularly useful if you are studying the B1 and B2 EASA part 66 licesnces and are probebly the best although there sre very few books useful in the aviation sector.
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