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CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE
AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
2100. INTRODUCTION
As student aviators, it is necessary for you to become familiar with the T-34C air conditioning
system. You must also become familiar with the location and function of the pilot operated
controls in order to adjust and maintain a comfortable cockpit temperature. Excessively high
cockpit temperatures can lead to pilot dehydration.
2101. LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Terminal Objective
21.0  Upon completion of this chapter, the student will demonstrate a knowledge of the T-34C
air conditioning system characteristics.
Enabling Objectives
21.1
State the purpose of the T-34C air conditioning system.
21.2
Describe the principles of operation of the air conditioning system.
21.3  Describe the location, purpose, and method of operation of the air conditioning system
compressor and condenser.
21.4
Recall the sources of condenser cooling air.
21.5
Describe the location, purpose, and method of operation of the evaporator.
21.6
Describe the location and purpose of the pilot-operated controls.
21.7
State the location, purpose, and function of the system protective switches.
AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM 21-1


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