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Aviation Maintenance Technician Book Series

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ASA Aviation Maintenance Technician Book Series

Dale Crane's textbooks consist of the most complete and up-to-date material for A&P training. The curriculum meets 14 CFR Part 147 requirements and Subject Matter Knowledge Codes from the FAA mechanics knowledge tests. They are designed for at-home, classroom, or university-level training. These comprehensive textbooks include full-color charts, tables and illustrations throughout, in addition to an extensive glossary, index, and additional career information.

A study guide is included within each textbook in the form of study question sections, with answer keys printed at the end of each chapter. These can be used for evaluation by an instructor or for self-testing. ASA's mechanic textbooks are all-inclusive — no separate, inconvenient workbook is needed by the student or instructor.

General - Hardcover, 8-3/8" x 10", illustrated, indexed, 828 pages
The Aviation Maintenance Technician: General is the first book of Dale Crane's AMT Series, textbooks that were created to set the pace for maintenance technician training and attain a level of quality that surpasses all other maintenance textbooks on the market. The General text covers the first section of the FAA’s required curriculum, incorporating an introduction to aviation along with basic lessons on mathematics, physics, and electricity. As the student progresses, specific aviation concerns are addressed, including regulations, mechanic privileges, forms, aircraft hardware and tools.

Powerplant - Hardcover, 8-3/8” x 10”, full-color illustrations, indexed, 800 pages
The Aviation Maintenance Technician: Powerplant is the third book of Dale Crane's AMT Series, textbooks that were created to set the pace for maintenance technician training and attain a level of quality that surpasses all other maintenance textbooks on the market. Powerplant is now in its third edition and has been updated to today’s practices and procedures, featuring full-color illustrations throughout with new information on DC generator and alternator system inspection, maintenance, and troubleshooting. Technical Editor for this Third Edition is Jerry Lee Foulk (LeTourneau University).

Powerplant details the technical maintenance of turbine and reciprocating engines, covering the final section of the FAA’s required curriculum. Theory and construction of aircraft engines are discussed along with propellers, development of aircraft powerplants, and powerplant auxiliary systems.

Airframe Structures - Hardcover, 8.375" x 10", color illustration, indexed, 536 pages.
AMTS Airframe, Volume 1: Structures is the second book of Dale Crane's AMT Series, the first of two volumes. These textbooks were created to set the pace for maintenance technician training and attain a level of quality that surpasses all other maintenance textbooks on the market. Airframe: Structures details the subjects associated with aircraft structures including aerodynamics, and hydraulics and pneumatic systems as they relate to the landing gear. Both metallic and nonmetallic structures as well as assembly and rigging are covered in this volume. This volume is in its Third Edition and has been updated to today’s practices and procedures, now featuring full-color illustrations throughout.

Airframe Systems - Hardcover, 8-3/8" x 10", illustrated, indexed, 480 pages.
Aviation Maintenance Technician, Airframe: Systems is Volume 2 of Dale Crane’s two-part Airframe textbook. The AMTS textbooks were created to set the pace for maintenance technician training and attain a level of quality that surpasses all other maintenance textbooks on the market. Airframe: Systems covers the various systems involved with the airframe, encompassing electrical, fuel, cabin atmosphere control, instruments, communications and navigation, ice and rain control, fire protection systems, and aircraft inspections.

First published in 1994, this new third edition features full-color throughout, and content was updated as a result of industry changes, new materials and practices, and new airplanes and cockpit systems. Written by industry expert Dale Crane, the Airframe textbooks were also reviewed by an editorial team consisting of aviation maintenance technicians, inspection authorization holders, university professors, aircraft owners, and aviation maintenance journalists.