1. Explain the basic theory of jet propulsion and the uses of different types of turbine engines. Recognize the factors affecting thrust and engine performance. Compute and determine engine thrust. Explain the difference in engine design and construction of the turbojet, turbofan, turboprop, and turboshaft engines.2. Identify the physics of energy transformation in a turbine engine; the types of fuel and fuel controls used in turbine engines.3. Define the requirements for engine removal and replacement. Describe the general procedures used to remove and replace the turbine engine.4. Evaluate the basic inspection requirements for turbine engines and define the types and methods of inspection.5. Discriminate between the design and types of air entrance ducts used on turbine engines and the different types of exhaust ducts.6. Describe turbine engine ignition-systems and starter systems.7. Compare and contrast the different types of lubrication systems and components that make up the lubrication system.8. Discuss the requirements for a complete engine fire-protection-system for turbine engines. Define the types of detection systems, extinguishing systems and fire suppression agents.9. Evaluate the different types of propellers and their basic construction. Describe the operation and performance of the propeller in constant speed range, feathering, unfeathering, and reverse pitch.10. Justify the inspection and maintenance requirements for propellers. Outline the basic steps in inspecting, adjusting, repairing, overhauling, tracking, and maintaining propellers. Explain the operation of propeller governors and propeller auxiliary systems.