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Book whose genesis is the investigation of the technical aspect of the aerospace industry, with an interdisciplinary perspective and an integral vision of contribution to operational safety. It is a useful work for all sectors and specialties of aeronautical activity. The contents and analysis are of interest in the operational safety of both commercial operators and general aviation or military organizations with air assets.

Through technical advances and the investigation of accidents and unsafe events, the industry has managed to increase safety levels; with this criterion the work is structured. From man's first contacts with the failures of his rudimentary tools to the complex composite materials currently used by the aerospace industry, this work covers the broad spectrum of raw materials, intrinsic properties, typical behaviour and susceptibility to failures.



The traditional text for Navy pilots; this is the definitive source on aerodynamic and engineering theory as they apply to flight operations.


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Impresión: B & N

Páginas: 106

Formato: 17 x 24 cm

Edición: 2016

Peso: 0,2 kg.

Editorial: Paraninfo


A review of basic physical principles and vector analysis, lift, weight, thrust, drag, as well as other aviation topics as they relate to aerodynamics.


Impresión: B & N

Páginas: 1048

Formato: 17 x 24 cm

Edición: 2007

Peso: 1,68 kg.

Editorial: Paraninfo


Impresión: B & N

Páginas: 216

Formato: 15,5 x 21,5 cm

Edición: 2007

Peso: 0,36 kg.

Editorial: Paraninfo


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The present text describes and explains the principles and laws of Physics that every aspiring Aeromechanical Maintenance Technician must know as a previous step to the study of the specific subjects.

The book is completely adapted to the contents of Module 2 (Physics) of part 66 of Regulation (EC) 2042/2003 and of Regulation (EC) 1149/2011, so it's ideal for the obtention of the Aircraft Maintenance Technician License LMA B.1, since it deals with each subject in the appropriate depth.

Fully illustrated with figures, images and diagrams that facilitate the understanding of the contents and serve as valuable support for obtaining the maintenance license.



Impresión: B & N

Páginas: 180

Formato: 17 x 24 cm

Edición: 2018

Peso: 0,32 kg.

Editorial: Paraninfo


Jeppesen EASA ATPL - Aircraft Performance provides a concise but readable set of notes which covers the majority of the EASA syllabus, while emphasizing the operational significance of aircraft performance. Performance Aeroplanes provides the aspiring pilot with means to calculate the knowledge of flight performance data from takeoff to landing. It enables the pilot to learn the skill as a pilot in command to check the aircraft on adequate capacity for the intended flight. Starting with the basics, care was taken that contents where supplemented by numerous graphs and charts. Always up to date, printed on demand and using QR codes to provide animated graphics, this book presents this knowledge step-by-step.


Impresión: Color

Páginas: 334

Formato: 17 x 24 cm

Edición: 2014

Peso: 0,65 kg.

Editorial: Paraninfo


This book, Number 6 in the series of 14, entitled Mass & Balance and Performance, comprehensively covers the EASA ATPL syllabus and Learning Objectives for this subject and also includes specimen revision and test questions and answers.

It covers all the knowledge and principles needed to enable a pilot to check that an aircraft is correctly loaded and balanced for safe and efficient operation. Also included is the theory required to operate an aircraft safely in all phases of flight. Single-engine, multi-engine and class A aircraft are all studied.


This manual develops in detail the program proposed by the JAR-FCL for obtaining the title of airline pilot in matters related to Performances, Load-Centered and Flight Planning.

The ultimate goal of the book is to provide the student with sufficient knowledge to be able to correctly interpret an airport analysis, a cargo sheet, as well as an operational flight plan.

The work, although focused on pilots in training, is also of interest as a reference manual and consultation for any professional directly involved in air transport. It is considered of great utility for those candidates who wish to pass the tests and enter to work in the Air Companies.


This book is a part of the Air Transport Pilot's Licence (ATPL) Course Series  describing in detail the mass and balance, flight performance and planning elements of the ATPL course (subject 030). Written by a team of experienced ENAC instructors, it introduces concepts and background knowledge, gradually leading the reader through all relevant sections of the ATPL syllabus.