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Module 6 Ch 5/11 Fasteners.

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Chapters 

Chapter 3/11: Aircraft Materials – Composite and Non-Metallic (page 3.1 to 3.118).
Chapter 4/11: Corrosion (page 4.1 to 4.24).
Chapter 5/11: Fasteners (page 5.1 to 5.48).
Chapter 6/11: Pipes and Unions (page 6.1 to 6.14).
Chapter 7/11: Springs (page 7.1 to 7.8).

 

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6.5 – FASTENERS
Aircraft hardware is the term used to describe the various types of fasteners and miscellaneous small items used in the manufacture and repair of aircraft. The importance of aircraft hardware is often overlooked because of its small size; however, the safe and efficient operation of any aircraft is greatly dependent upon the correct selection and use of aircraft hardware easa part 66 module 6 questions.
An aircraft, even though made of the best materials and strongest parts, would be of doubtful value unless those parts were firmly held together. Several methods are used to hold metal parts together; they include riveting, bolting, brazing, and welding. The process used must produce a union that will be as strong as the parts that are joined.
Aircraft are nothing more than a multitude of parts flying easa part 66 module 6 questions in formation. While this old saying is meant as a joke, it also points out that the numerous parts and assemblies that make up an aircraft must be fastened together properly to operate successfully.