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Study the word list: Engineering (aviation) Set 2

Words an aircraft engineer is likely to need when writing maintenance reports.

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In case of fire, don't use the elevator.
A soldier is a person who serves in an army; a person engaged in military service. *
This truck's engine runs on diesel fuel.
You never fail to amaze me!
The population is more fluid in urban areas. *
This truck's engine runs on diesel fuel.
The fuselage is the main body of an aircraft.
A gasket is a rubber ring which fills the gap between two surfaces in a machine.
Electricity is produced when a generator turns. *
The lorry had a hydraulic lifting system. *
The engine receives fuel through an injector.
It is possible for some aeroplanes to fly inverted.
The door is jammed.
Some people like to label their clothes.
I will take a leaf out of your book. *
Constraints describe the limits within which a designer must work. *
Older aircrafts require a lot of maintenance.
Manual cars are fitted with a clutch pedal.
A composite material is made up of different parts.

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