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Test oil System
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2 minutes 3 seconds
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Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
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listening
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2)
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This resource is intended for:Adults, Business/professional students
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10/20/2021
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1. Fill the gap.
as we've discovered an airplanescannot run without fuel.
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Another valuable fluid that is required for the engine tois oil.
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We've already discussed how the oilthe engine.
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But other equally important functions of oil is totheparts of the engine,
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There are two types of
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Asystem and a dry sump system, a wet sump system like that of a Cessna 172 is a system in which the oil is located.
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In aat the base of the engine.
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This makesan integral part of the engine.
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On the other hand, ahas a separate oil tank, which separates the oil system from the engine.
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Let's take a journey through the oil system of a typical general aviation airplane as oilthe sump.
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It is routed through a strainer screen as to notany solid contaminants to flow through the system and damage it after leaving …
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The oil is then routed into either the oil cooler, if it is hot and needs to be, or it bypasses the cooler.
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If it's already cool enoughthe oil proceeds to the oil filter, which removes any contaminants that made it through the strainer.
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… the oil isto the engine for lubrication,
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… gravity pulls itto the sump since oil is so important for the engine.
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it's imperative to check the oil level prior to flying the minimum and maximumare specified in the airplanes flight manual …
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… anythingof the normal range,
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