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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 Jordi's question:
thank you for the answer,i managed to pass the module on my first try . Unfortunatelly not many questions (in my case) were from this site , so i would also advise people to read their textbooks. Read comment

emanuelemarinelli has left comment on Jordi's question:
No. During flight, throttle is always fully open, so, to control direction you manage cyclic and to maintain height(or increase speed) the collective. Hope to be helpful Read comment

Jordi has left comment on rizkaramat's question:
what do you mean everyone is here they just refrain from commenting ;P Read comment

Brian Dyas has left comment on rizkaramat's question:
Since no one has been on here for a while is there now a better site ? Read comment

jan.grindheim has left comment on jan.grindheim's question:
For forward flight the rotor disc must be tilted forward, so the aft portion of the disc should be producing more lift to achieve this (move cyclic forward). Read comment

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