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1. Mathematics
1. Mathematics
2. Physics
2. Physics
3. Electrical fundamentals
3. Electrical fundamentals
4. Electronic fundamentals
4. Electronic fundamentals
5. Digital techniques / Electronic instrument systems
5. Digital techniques / Electronic instrument systems
6. Materials & hardware
6. Materials & hardware
7. Maintenance practices
7. Maintenance practices
8. Basic aerodynamics
8. Basic aerodynamics
9. Human factors
9. Human factors
10. Aviation legislation
10. Aviation legislation
11.  Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems
11. Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems
12. Helicopter aerodynamics, structures and systems
12. Helicopter aerodynamics, structures and systems
13. Aircraft aerodynamics, structures and systems
13. Aircraft aerodynamics, structures and systems
14. Propulsion
14. Propulsion
15. Gas turbine engine
15. Gas turbine engine
17. Propeller
17. Propeller

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Jordi has left comment on Apavlenko's question:
Guys in this particular module i managed to oass it only with the book notes.I found only 20-30 questions from the site. Read comment

Sokeros has left comment on Apavlenko's question:
Frise ailerons are designed so that when up aileron is applied, some of the forward edge of the aileron will protrude downward into the airflow, causing increased drag on this (down-going) wing. This will counter the drag produced by the other aileron, thus reducing adverse yaw.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adverse_yaw Read comment

Sokeros has left comment on diaandrita's question:
Because your wing creates more lift with the flaps down, you don't need to as much angle-of-attack to balance the four forces of flight. And because you can fly at a lower angle-of-attack with flaps extended, your stall speed will be lower as well. Read comment

Jordi has left comment on Jordi's question:
Ok thank you Read comment

FEDERICOB has left comment on Jordi's question:
yeah exactly. if you imagine the movement of the air vortex at the wing tip, it causes a movement of air from the bottom surface to the upper surface of the wing; directly it causes air from the bottom to move towards the tip and air on the top to move towards the root. Read comment

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