The start of anything is learning basic safety procedures and air regulations. Every the aviator must prepare before every aircraft operation to avoid incidents and accidents.
The aircraft flight precautions are always the first lesson. It will then move to aircraft types and their operational part. Its better when we start by learning the basic parts.
let’s learn about the aircraft engines as the source of power. Aircraft engines are of different types. Engines are classified in different type each according to engine used models and kind. These are other consideration before pilot training. There are two types of an engine according to an operation of power plant. Piston an engine is used in light aircraft, and the large aircraft use the jet engine.
The aircraft engines are mounted in nose or wings. The the part from aircraft nose to aircraft tail is called fuselage. The aircraft body is referred to as fuselage that holds passels and passage. There are some aircraft that their engines are mounted on the fuselage. There are different units of the fuselage. The the first section is the section of aircraft controls known as a cockpit.
The second section is the middle section that holds the main wings. The stabilizers are small rear wings attached in the last section known as the trailing group. The stabilizers hold a sub unit on their trailing edge; these sub units are rudder on the vertical stabilizer and tabs on the horizontal stabilizers. These subunits are connected to the cockpit control unit which pilot use to control the aircraft. The tail unit controls the pitch movement of aircraft.
The other unit is the middle unit that holds the main wing which also holds sub units on the trailing edge. The sub unit on the trailing edge of the main wing is called ailerons at the outer part. The subunits are used for control purpose. The banking of the plane is controlled by ailerons. The control units are all connected to a pilot control rod commonly known as the control stick.
The controls keep the aircraft balanced for trip by the use of control stick in cockpit. As a pilot when control stick is pulled towards you, the tabs on the tail unit flap up to push the back wing down making the aircraft nose to rise. The push of the same control stick down will do the opposite. The middle group which holds ailerons bank the aircraft. Ailerons moves differentially by moving the control stick on the right for right barking and left for left banking.
The other controls source are airbrakes on the main wing inner part. The purpose of the air brake is to minimize aircraft speed in flight. The only work of engine is to sack air burn in the closed chamber and through it back to produce equal forward energy. The only work of engine is to build propelling force against the air motion. The operation power of the jet engine and piston engine differ you can learn more here.