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Обучение пилотированию

Полеты на самолете

Обучение самостоятельному пилотированию самолётов "Cessna 172" и "L-29" опытными пилотам-инструкторами. Полеты на самолётах Cessna 172 и реактивных самолётах L-29

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Prop-Motors

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Prop-Motors

ТЕХНИЧЕСКОЕ ОБСЛУЖИВАНИЕ

Самолеты

Тип ВС Виды работ
Оперативное ТО Периодическое ТО Другие виды работ
Самолет ЯК-18Т А1, А2, Б, ВС, ОС, ОВ Ф1…Ф6, Ф «1К», «ТО-1000», «ТО-2000» Сезонное ТО ВС, ТО при хранении, специальные виды ТО Замена агрегатов и комплектующих изделий, доработки по бюллетеням
Самолет Cessna 172 R/S Pre-Flight, Post-Flight Inspections Each 50 hours, Each 100 hours and 12 calendar months of operation Special inspections
Самолет Cessna 182 Т/Т182Т Pre-Flight, Post-Flight Inspections Each 50 hours, Each 100 hours and 12 calendar months of operation Special inspections
Самолет Cessna 206 Н/Т206Н Pre-Flight, Post-Flight Inspections Each 50 hours, Each 100 hours and 12 calendar months of operation Special inspections
Единичные экземпляры воздушных судов (ЕЭВС) Согласно эксплуатационной документации

Авиационные двигатели

Поршневые двигатели «Lycoming» производства США 200/300/500 серий, 4-х и 6-х цилиндровые, мощностью от 100 до 360 л.с.

Формы оперативного ТО двигателей Lycoming

Вид формы ТО Когда выполняются
Daily Pre-Flight The daily pre-flight inspection is a check of the aircraft prior to the first flight of the day. This inspection is to determine the general condition of the aircraft and engine.
Pre-Starting Inspections
  • Be sure all switches are in the "Off" position.
  • Be sure magneto ground wires are connected.
  • Check oil level.
  • Check fuel level.
  • Check fuel and oil line connections, note minor indications for re-pair at 50 hour inspection. Repair any leaks before aircraft is flown.
  • Open the fuel drain to remove any accumulation of water and sediment.
  • Make sure all shields and cowling are in place and secure. If any are missing or damaged, repair or replacement should be made before the aircraft is flown.
  • Check controls for general condition, travel and freedom of operation.
  • Induction system air filter should be inspected and serviced in accordance with the airframe manufacturer's recommendations.

Формы периодического ТО двигателей Lycoming

Формы периодического ТО Наработка с начала эксплуатации/после ремонта, содержание работ
10-hour inspection Within ten (10) hours of operating time, for new, remanufactured, or newly overhauled engines, replace the oil filter, and conduct an inspection of the contents of the used oil filter for traces of metal particles.
25-hour inspection At twenty-five (25) hours of operating time since the first inspection, new, remanufactured, or newly overhauled engines should undergo a 50-hour inspection including draining and renewing lubricating oil, replacing the oil filter, and inspecting the contents of the used oil filter.
50-hour inspection In addition to the items listed for daily pre-flight inspection, the following maintenance checks should be made after every 50 hours of operation.
100-hour inspection

In addition to the items listed for daily pre-flight and 50 hour inspection, the following maintenance checks should be made after every one hundred hours of operation.

  • Electrical System -
    1. Check all wiring connected to the engine or accessories. Any shielded cables that are damaged should be replaced. Replace clamps or loose wires and check terminals for security and cleanliness.
    2. Remove spark plugs; test, clean, regap, and rotate them. Replace if necessary.
  • Lubrication System - Drain and renew lubricating oil.
  • Magnetos - Check breaker points for pitting and minimum gap. Check for excessive oil in the breaker compartment, if found, wipe dry with a clean lintless cloth. The felt located at the breaker points should be lubricated in accordance with the magneto manufacturer's instructions.
    Check magneto to engine timing. (Timing procedures for Bendix and Slick magnetos are covered in the Maintenance Procedures Section.)
  • Engine Accessories – Engine mounted accessories such as pumps, temperature and pressure sensing units should be checked for secure mounting , tight connections.
  • Cylinders – Check cylinders visually for cracked or broken fins.
  • Engine Mounts – Check engine mounting bolts and bushings for security and excessive wear. Replace any bushings that are excessively worn.
  • Primer Nozzles – Disconnect primer nozzles from engine and check for equal flow.
  • Fuel Injector Nozzles and Lines – Check fuel injector nozzles for looseness. Tighten to 60 in. lbs. torque. Check fuel line for dye stains at connections (indicating leakage) and security of lines. Repair or replacement must be accomplished before aircraft resumes operation.
  • Carburetor - Check throttle body attaching screws for tightness; the correct torque for these screws is 40 to 50 inch pounds.
400-hour inspection In addition to the items listed for daily pre-flight, 50 hour and 100 hour inspections, the following maintenance check should be made after every 400 hours of operation.
Valve Inspection - Remove rocker box covers and check for freedom of valve rockers when valves are closed. Look for evidence of abnormal wear or broken parts in the area of the valve tips, valve keeper, springs and spring seats. If any indications are found, the cylinder and all of its components should be removed (including the piston and connecting rod assembly) and inspected for further damage.

Особые виды технического обслуживания

Вид формы ТО Когда выполняются
Non-Scheduled inspections Occasionally, service bulletins or service instructions are issued by Textron Lycoming Division that re-quire inspection procedures that are not listed in this manual. Such publications, usually are limited to specified engine models and become obsolete after corrective modification has been accomplished. All such publications are available from Textron Lycoming distributors, or from the factory by subscription.