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COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790 2C 15 Jan 2017 APPENDIX A Acronyms

COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790 2C 15 Jan 2017 A-3 ACTIVE AIRCRAFT - Aircraft currently engaged in supporting flying missions either through direct assignment to aircraft units or reassignment through any of the logistic processes of supply maintenance or

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STANDARD PRACTICE

aircraft and its systems subsystems and equipment This data can be used to develop TMs in a variety of output forms including interactive screen presentations and page-based printed manuals 3 MIL-STD-3001-1 contains general preparation requirements for the -output presentation of NAVAIR work package TMs

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HAZARD DEFINITIONS AND USAGE NOTES

definition for hazard by the different groups (typically the ICAO Safety Management Panel or the Safety Management International Collaboration Group (SM ICG)) Aircraft Factors related to the aircraft its components systems subsystems and related equipment

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Subsystem

Define subsystem subsystem synonyms subsystem pronunciation subsystem translation English dictionary definition of subsystem n a system which is part of a larger system Noun 1 subsystem - a system that is part of some larger system system scheme - a group of independent but

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Maintenance Steering Group

Specifically the 'Systems Powerplant' section requires the identification of Maintenance Significant Items (MSI) before the application of logic diagrams to determine the maintenance tasks and intervals Similarly in the 'Aircraft Structures' section the initial step is to divide the aircraft

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FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION JOINT AIRCRAFT SYSTEM

federal aviation administration joint aircraft system/component code table and definitions information last updated february 11 2002 prepared by federal aviation administration flight standards service regulatory support division aviation data systems branch afs-620 mike monroney aeronautical center oklahoma city oklahoma 73125

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FUNCTIONAL HAZARD ANALYSIS FOR HIGHLY INTEGRATED AEROSPACE

FUNCTIONAL HAZARD ANALYSIS FOR HIGHLY INTEGRATED AEROSPACE SYSTEMS P J Wilkinson1 T P Kelly2 looking at complex and highly integrated subsystems of an aircraft (such as a single engine controller) SAE Systems Integration Requirements Task Group AS-1C ASD Society of Automotive Engineers Inc December 1994

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Methodology for an Integrated Definition of a System and

Methodology for an Integrated Definition of a System and Its Subsystems The Case-Study of an Airplane and Its Subsystems 15 Fig 3 Transport airplane av ionic system physical tree Please note that in the remainder of the chapte r the subsystems are referred to as systems

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What is subsystem? definition and meaning

Definition of subsystem Group of interconnected and interactive parts that performs an important job or task as a component of a larger system We were in a subsystem and that meant that we were integrated and a part of the whole system which was really cool

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Kratos Defense and Security Solutions hiring Aeronautical

Supports program planning of engineering activities through detailed scope definition May act as System Engineer to help communicate top level requirements to subsystems and determine proper analysis and testing responsibilities held by the Aero/Flight Sciences group Familiarity with unmanned aircraft systems and operations is

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Best Practices for Systems Integration

Systems Integration Definition • Systems Integration (SI) is one aspect of the Systems Engineering Integration and Test (SEIT) process SI must be integrated within the overall SEIT structure • Systems Integration is the process of –Assembling the constituent parts of a system

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ATA 100 Chapters

ATA DEFINITIONS OF AIRCRAFT GROUPS SYSTEMS AND SUB-SYSTEMS CHAP SEC TITLE DESCRIPTION GROUP DEFINITION — AIRCRAFT The complete operational unit Includes dimensions and areas lifting and shoring leveling and Topics concerning the electrical bonding of aircraft structure as well as electrical bonding of subsystems to aircraft

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Required Inspections and Work Turnover

17-9-2010Prior to operation of a new aircraft type the operator's management will assemble a list of items that they feel meets the definition of RII It includes mostly the systems or subsystems broken out by ATA category Windows flight controls landing gear engines and propellers are good examples of what make the list

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ATA CHAPTER DESCRIPTIONS (2)

ATA Chapter Descriptions CH CH System 83 11 Placards 21 21 Air Conditioning 49 22 Autopilot 22 23 Communications 91 24 Electric Power 23 25 Equipment Furnishing 52 26 Fire Protection 24 27 Flight Controls 72 28 Fuel 75 29 Hydraulic Power 76 30 Ice Rain Protection 78 31 Instruments 73 32 Landing Gear 74 33 Lights 77 34 Navigation 79 35

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ATA iSpec 2200 Overview

ATA iSpec 2200 Overview 28 October 2004 Page 26 ATA Data Model What is a Data Model? • Critical Success Factors for the industry standard Data Model 4Generic - facilitates development of systems of varying purpose scope and complexity 4Rigorous and precise - representation of data is complete correct consistent and usable

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Aircraft design

During preliminary design the aircraft system definition is completed to include additional subsystems The installation of the many aircraft system components and the routing of tubing and wiring through the aircraft are complex tasks which are often aided by the construction of partial or complete aircraft mock-ups

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Landing Gear Design

Our capabilities encompass definition of the landing gear architecture including sizing kinematic studies shimmy analysis and extend to the wider landing gear systems such as extension and retraction steering braking door systems and monitoring system functionality covering all aspects of ATA 32 subsystems

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Aircraft Reliability Programme

The systems and the components of an aircraft are classified according to ATA-100 specification which is a standard documentation for all commercial aircraft According to ATA-100 specification an aircraft is divided into systems and subsystems The systems are constituted of a power plant structure electric systems and similar

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Operational vs Functional

1-8-2004Therefore an operational check evaluates the entire aircraft to include all systems and their interaction with each other A functional check evaluates only a single system within the entire aircraft This is not to imply that all systems in the aircraft must have a functional check to complete an operational check on the aircraft

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3rd Consultation on CD 1310SS

3rd consultation March 2016 Following the second consultation on CD 1310SS in July 2015 the majority of comments received were in support of the small aircraft licensing proposal with some suggesting refinements to clarify the scope of licence privilege under certain group rating endorsements

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Senior Model

Aurora's Systems Engineers help lead the design and development of our aircraft including supporting requirements definition safety analyses and certification processes Systems Engineering also supports verification testing and flight testing activities for those aircraft and their subsystems

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Hydraulic Innovations

As the world leader in fully integrated hydraulic systems and advanced hydromechanical and electromechanical subsystems and components the Parker Aerospace Hydraulic Systems Division (HSD) leads the way We go above and beyond to provide real value for competitive advantage in both commercial and military aerospace applications as well as

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ARP4761

For example the thrust reverser system could be identified by its ATA code 78-30 Untimely deployment of thrust reverser would be a hazard which could be assigned an identifier based on ATA code 78-30 FHA results are coordinated with the system design process as aircraft functions are allocated to aircraft systems

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8900 1 Vol 10 Ch 1 Sec 5 Acronyms Abbreviations Terms

Section 5 Acronyms Abbreviations Terms and Definitions Air Carrier System A group of interrelated processes that are a composite of people Aspects of the air carrier's surroundings that could lead to or trigger a failure in one of its systems subsystems or elements and potentially create an unsafe condition Flight

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Subsystems

Once the management student is familiar with the general systems view of organizations including the concept of subsystems the second main aspect of the systemic approach is to teach him or her that there are many different ways in which an organization can be viewed in terms of its subsystems

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SYSTEMS ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS

Three commonly used definitions of systems engineering are provided by the best known tech-nical standards that apply to this subject They all the subsystems join together to form the system It can also be a detailed description of an aspect of a system for example the Operational System and

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Creating Initial Scheduled Maintenance Plans for Aircraft

The first step in MSG-3 systems and powerplant analysis is to define the systems subsystems subsubsystems and parts that make up the aircraft For each component the analysts review the available technical data such as reliability and maintainability characteristics and description and operation documentation

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Aircraft Brakes

Large and high performance aircraft are equipped with power brakes to slow stop and hold the aircraft Power brake actuating systems use the aircraft hydraulic system as the source of power to apply the brakes The pilot presses on the top of the rudder pedal for braking as with the other actuating systems

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Technical Committees

Scope Advancement of the arts sciences and technology that are applied to the design and operation of VTOL and STOL aircraft systems including lift systems attitude control systems airframe configurations subsystems handling qualities and safety navigation and air traffic control noise and pollution suppression ground handling and

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What is the relationship between automatic flight

What is the relationship between "automatic flight control system Information Standards for Aviation Maintenance ATA Standard Numbering System Most large aircraft manufacturers and airlines use the ATA Standard Numbering System in air data and positioning sensors The FMS supports flight planning (path definition) and integrated

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