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EASA Part 66 AME LicenseTraining


EASA Part 66 CAT B1 Module 16 Piston Engine
Objectives:

Basic Knowledge Examination in Accordance to EASA Part 66

Examination Contents:

16.1 Fundamentals
16.2 Engine Performance
16.3 Engine Construction
16.4 Engine Fuel Systems
16.5 Starting and Ignition Systems
16.6 Induction, Exhaust and Cooling Systems
16.7 Supercharging / Turbocharging
16.8 Lubricants and Fuels
16.9 Lubrication Systems
16.10 Engine Induction Systems
16.11 Power Plant Installation
16.12 Engine Monitoring and Ground Operations
16.13 Engine Storage and Preservation

Target group: Maintenance Staff
Preconditions:

Maintenance Experience in a EASA Part M or 145 Organisation

  • More than 2 years Experience with AML CAT A
  • More than 3 years Experience as a skilled Worker in accordance to the LBA
  • More than 5 years Experience with no previous relevant technical training
Questions: 70 Multiple Choice – 0 Essays
Language: English
Duration: 90 minutes
Conclusion: Certificate of Recognition if the Examination Pass Mark is more than 75% of the Multiple Choice Questions
Date: Ongoing
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