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Aircraft maintenance and manuals week 2

  1. 1. Documents Requirements for Maintenance Program Jairo A. Gutiérrez S
  2. 2. Maintenances Types Preventative •Preventative maintenance reduces the probability of failures – they attempt to stop faults occurring. –Servicing (or flight servicing) –Scheduled Maintenance; –Condition based Maintenance; –Out of phase maintenance.
  3. 3. Maintenances Types Preventative •Preventative maintenance reduces the probability of failures – they attempt to stop faults occurring. –Servicing (or flight servicing) –Scheduled Maintenance; –Condition based Maintenance; –Out of phase maintenance.
  4. 4. Maintenances Types Preventative •Preventative maintenance reduces the probability of failures – they attempt to stop faults occurring. –Servicing (or flight servicing) –Scheduled Maintenance; –Condition based Maintenance; –Out of phase maintenance.
  5. 5. Source of Documents - Regulatory Documentation - Manufacturer ’s Documentation - Airline Generated Documentation - ATA Document Standards
  6. 6. • Given by the Type Certificate Aircraft aeronautical authority • Makes one aircraft design “airworthy” • Airliners and owners must keep the maintenance requirements to maintain the airplane airworthiness •
  7. 7. Aircraft Type Certificate What do we do with foreign aircraft? Do check RAC part 9 and answer this
  8. 8. Aircraft Type Certificate •Log into www.faa.gov •In “Top Requests” hit in “Type Certificate Datasheets” •Pick one TCDS and present it within the course •Determine the main items within (performance, specifications)
  9. 9. Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) A supplemental type certificate (STC) is a type certif The STC,approves not only the modification but also
  10. 10. STC EXAMPLES
  11. 11. Major Alteration The FAA defines a Major Alteration as an alteration not listed (1) That might appreciably affect weight, balance, structural (2) That is not done according to accepted practices or canno
  12. 12. What is a Minor / Major Alteration – Advisory Circular AC 12077
  13. 13. Airworthiness Two conditions must be met before an aircraft can b 1) The aircraft must conform to its type certificate (T Components installed are consistent with Drawings Specifications Other data from TC – STC and Field Approved alte   
  14. 14. Airworthiness 2) The aircraft must be in condition for safe operati  AIRWORTHY MEANS AN AIRCRAFT MEETS
  15. 15. Airworthiness Directive Airworthiness Directives (ADs) are legally enforceable rules Responsibilities ( Type Certificate owner, aircraft owner/operator) Applicability and Compliance Content & Format Guidelines Incorporation by Reference Issuance and Publication Types of Airworthiness Directives Alternative Method of Compliance
  16. 16. Airworthiness Certificate An airworthiness certificate is an document which gran Can be special or Standard Can be revoked   
  17. 17. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION   STANDARD AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATE  1. NATIONALITY AND REGISTRATION MARKS  2. MANUFACTURER AND MODEL 3. AIRCRAFT SERIAL NUMBER  4. CATEGORY     N12345 Boeing 747-400   197142 Transport   5. AUTHORITY AND BASIS FOR ISSUE •This airworthiness certificate is issued pursuant to the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 and certifies that as of the date •of issuance, the aircraft to which issued has been inspected and found to conform to the type certificate, therefor, to •be in condition for safe operation, and has been shown to meet the requirements of the applicable comprehensive •and detailed airworthiness code as provided by Annex 8 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, except as •noted herein:  •EXEMPTION NO. 1013A FAR 25.471(b): Allows lateral displacement of C.G. from airplane centerline. • 6. TERMS AND CONDITIONS •Unless sooner surrendered, suspended, revoked, or a termination date is otherwise established by the Administrator, •this airworthiness certificate is effective as long as the maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alterations are •performed in accordance with Parts 21, 43, and 91 of the Federal Aviation Regulations, as appropriate, and the aircraft •is registered in the United States.  DATE OF ISSUANCE  11/29/92  FAA REPRESENTATIVE  John Q. Publican  •John Q. Publican DESIGNATION NUMBER  DMIR ANM 1234  Any alteration, reproduction, or misuse of this certificate may be punishable by a fine not exceeding $1,000, or imprisonment not exceeding 3 years, or both. THIS CERTIFICATE MUST BE DISPLAYED IN THE AIRCRAFT IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS.    FAA Form 8100-2 
  18. 18. • Given by the Type Certificate Aircraft aeronautical authority • Makes one aircraft design “airworthy” • Airliners and owners must keep the maintenance to maintain the airplane airworthiness •
  19. 19. Advisory Circular Advisory Circulars are informational documents • •
  20. 20. • •
  21. 21. Regulations •
  22. 22. Manufacturer's Documentation
  23. 23. Manufacturer's Documentation - Airplane maintenance manual* AMM - Component maintenance manual - Vendor manuals - Fault isolation manuals* - Fault reporting manuals - Illustrated parts catalog** CMM VM FIM FRM IPC
  24. 24. Manufacturer's Documentation - Structural Repair manual SRM Maintenance planning data document MPD Schematic diagram manual* SDM Wiring diagram manual* WDM Master minimum equipment list MMEL
  25. 25. Manufacturer Documentation We will use a free presentation found on internet and then refer to these aspects /media/jairogut/TI106384W0E/Documents and Settings/Jairo Gutierrez/Dropbox/FULL/Manuales y Mantenimiento/Presentations/Manejo de Manuales.pdf

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