Airworthiness Certification of Aircraft and Related Products

GENERAL . This section clarifies the terms " original " and " recurrent " as related
to the issuance of airworthiness certificates or approvals . Also identified in this
section are the FAA offices responsible for performing such functions including ...

Author: United States. Federal Aviation Administration

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Category: Airplanes

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Airworthiness Qualification of US Army Aircraft Systems

( 3 ) Propulsion system limits , such as pro is no airworthiness release , interim
state ( 3 ) Those that could increase the danger peller , rotor , and engine
subsystem rotation ment of airworthiness qualification , state to the crew in the
event of an ...

Author: United States. Department of the Army

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Category: Airplanes

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Airworthiness Inspector s Handbook

ORIGINAL AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION 650. PURPOSE. This section
emphasizes to all field personnel that MANUFACTURING INSPECTION
DISTRICT OFFICES (MIDO's) are responsible for the original airworthiness
certification of all ...

Author: United States. Federal Aviation Administration

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Category: Airplanes

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Export Airworthiness Approval Procedures

Appendix 2 ( 2 ) If a French standard airworthiness certificate was issued prior to
October 12 , 1968 , for at least one aircraft of a particular type , then aircraft of that
type may continue to be issued French standard airworthiness certificates on ...

Author: United States. Federal Aviation Administration

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Category: Airplanes

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Civil Airworthiness Certification

This publication provides safety information and guidance to those involved in the certification, operation, and maintenance of high-performance former military aircraft to help assess and mitigate safety hazards and risk factors for the ...

Author: Miguel Vasconcelos

Publisher: Stickshaker Pubs

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Category: Transportation

Page: 2505

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This publication provides safety information and guidance to those involved in the certification, operation, and maintenance of high-performance former military aircraft to help assess and mitigate safety hazards and risk factors for the aircraft within the context provided by Title 49 United States Code (49 U.S.C.) and Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR), and associated FAA policies. Specific models include: A-37 Dragonfly, A-4 Skyhawk, F-86 Sabre, F-100 Super Sabre, F-104 Starfighter, OV-1 Mohawk, T-2 Buckeye, T-33 Shooting Star, T-38 Talon, Alpha Jet, BAC 167 Strikemaster, Hawker Hunter, L-39 Albatros, MB-326, MB-339, ME-262, MiG-17 Fresco, MiG-21 Fishbed, MiG-23 Flogger, MiG-29 Fulcrum, S-211. DISTRIBUTION: Unclassified; Publicly Available; Unlimited. COPYRIGHT: Graphic sources: Contains materials copyrighted by other individuals. Copyrighted materials are used with permission. Permission granted for this document only. Where applicable, the proper license(s) (i.e., GFD) or use requirements (i.e., citation only) are applied.

Airworthiness

The only airworthiness guide available—a unique single reference covering the requirements of the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation), FAA (the US Federal Aviation Administration) and EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) ...

Author: Filippo De Florio

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080968032

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 368

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Airworthiness: An Introduction to Aircraft Certification, Second Edition, offers a practical guide to the regulations of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The discussions include the concepts of flight safety and airworthiness; the ICAO and civil aviation authorities; airworthiness requirements; type certifications and the type-certification process; production of products, parts, and appliances; certifications of airworthiness; and rules for “spaceworthiness. The book will be a valuable resource for certification engineers engaged in professional training and practical work in regulatory agencies and aircraft engineering companies. The only airworthiness guide available—a unique single reference covering the requirements of the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation), FAA (the US Federal Aviation Administration) and EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) Demystifies the relevant European and US regulations and helps anyone involved in the manufacture, flying and maintenance of aircraft to understand this complex yet essential topic

Mandatory Requirements for Airworthiness

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ISBN: 9780117904804

Category: Airplanes

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Improving the Continued Airworthiness of Civil Aircraft

As part of the national effort to improve aviation safety, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) chartered the National Research Council to examine and recommend improvements in the aircraft certification process currently used by the ...

Author: National Research Council

Publisher: National Academies Press

ISBN: 0309061857

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 86

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As part of the national effort to improve aviation safety, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) chartered the National Research Council to examine and recommend improvements in the aircraft certification process currently used by the FAA, manufacturers, and operators.

Civil and Military Airworthiness

This book assembles review and research articles across a variety of topics in the field of airworthiness: aircraft maintenance, safety management, human factors, cost analysis, structures, risk assessment, unmanned aerial vehicles and ...

Author: Kyriakos I. Kourousis

Publisher: MDPI

ISBN: 3039289152

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 272

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Airworthiness, as a field, encompasses the technical and non-technical activities required to design, certify, produce, maintain, and safely operate an aircraft throughout its lifespan. The evolving technology, science, and engineering methods and, most importantly, aviation regulation, offer new opportunities and create, new challenges for the aviation industry. This book assembles review and research articles across a variety of topics in the field of airworthiness: aircraft maintenance, safety management, human factors, cost analysis, structures, risk assessment, unmanned aerial vehicles and regulations. This selection of papers informs the industry practitioners and researchers on important issues.

Airworthiness An Introduction to Aircraft Certification

While no book can replace the published FAR/JAR documentation for airworthiness, this unique guide provides readers with a single reference to understanding and interpreting the airworthiness requirements of the ICAO (International Civil ...

Author: Filippo De Florio

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0080462014

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 264

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Understanding airworthiness is central to maintaining and operating aircraft safely. While no book can replace the published FAR/JAR documentation for airworthiness, this unique guide provides readers with a single reference to understanding and interpreting the airworthiness requirements of the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation), FAA (the US Federal Aviation Authority) and EASA (European Aircraft Safety Agency). Setting these requirements in a real-world context, the book is an essential contribution to the safety management system of anyone involved in the design, maintenance and operation of aircraft for business or pleasure. Key topics covered include: • Considerations of airworthiness standards for all classes, including large and small aircraft, rotor craft, gliders and unmanned aircraft • JAR/FAR 21 • Type certification of aircraft, engines, and propellers and the type certification process • Parts and appliances approval • Joint certifications and national certifications • Special classes of certificates of airworthiness • Airworthiness and flight operations * The only airworthiness guide available: a real contribution to understanding flight safety * Covers European and US requirements and helps anyone involved in the manufacture, flying and maintenance of aircraft to understand this complex yet essential topic * No aircraft can fly without the correct certificate of airworthiness

Continuing Airworthiness Manual

Exporting authority means the airworthiness authority of the exporting Party . 1. If
maintenance or modification is performed and certified , under the authority of
one airworthiness authority in accordance with its own approval system , on an ...

Author: International Civil Aviation Organization

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Category: Airplanes

Page: 100

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Airworthiness Advisory Circular

Author: Australia. Civil Aviation Authority

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ISBN: 9780646026879

Category: Airplanes

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Airworthiness Manual Organization and procedures

If so decided , the flight test schedule should include : the airworthiness
requirements of the originating State ; b ) such other conditions prescribed by the
AID as special conditions for the issuance of a Certificate of Airworthiness ; 1 )
tests ...

Author: International Civil Aviation Organization

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Category: Airplanes

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Requirements for the Display of Identification Marks and Airworthiness Classification Marks on Civil Aircraft of U S Registry

8 ( 3 ) For aircraft which have been issued an experimental airworthiness
certificate , the mark " EXPERIMENTALM shall be displayed . ( 4 ) Since "
STANDARD " certificates of airworthiness are issued to aircraft which fully comply
with the ...

Author: United States. Civil Aeronautics Administration

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Page: 15

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A STOL Airworthiness Investigation Using Simulations of Representative STOL Aircraft

Volume I - Summary of Results and Airworthiness Implications , STI TR 1014 - 3 ,
FAA - RD - 74 - 743 - I , NASA TM X - 62 , 392 , October 1974 . _ Stapleford ,
Robert L . , Robert K . Heffley , Wayne F . Jewell , John M . Lehman , Charles S ...

Author: Robert Rumold

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Page: 253

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A simulator study of STOL airworthiness criteria for approach and landing was conducted using a series of different aircraft models. These models were selected to isolate a single parameter or characteristic for evaluation. Specific areas included in the study were: an evaluation of speed margins, a flight path margin evaluation, a study of flare and landing technique, the effects of touchdown zone constraints, an evaluation of two different turbulence models, an investigation of flight path/airspeed cross coupling, and a study of the effects of short-term flight path response. This report contains a detailed description of the simulation and the data obtained. These data include performance measures, pilot commentary, and pilot ratings.

A Simulator Evaluation of Tentative STOL Airworthiness Criteria Volume 1 Simulation Results and Analysis

... INVESTIGATION USING A SIMULATION OF A DEFLECTED SLIPSTREAM
TRANSPORT . VOLUME I - Summary of Results and Airworthiness Implications ,
STI TR 1014 - 3 , FAA - RD - 74 - 143 - I , NASA TM X - 62 , 392 , October 1974 .

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The general objectives of this simulation were to, evaluate the tentative airworthiness criteria and demonstrations proposed by the SSDWG. The following subject priorities were agreed upon by the Working Group: (1) Flare and landing; (2) Flight path response; (3) Cross coupling; (4) Safety margins; (5) Continued approach with an engine failure; (6) Flight path control power; and (7) Limiting flight conditions. The objectives were addressed using a single basic powered-lift airplane model which simultaneously just met as many of the proposed SSDWG criteria as possible. The characteristics of the model were then varied to focus on specific areas of interest. This volume begins with a description of the elements involved in the simulation. The results are then presented in detail. Included are: the aspects of longitudinal flight path/flight reference control; the limiting flight conditions and safety margins; and the problems connected with an engine failure during the approach.

Airworthiness Certification of Civil Aircraft Engines Propellers and Related Products Imported to the United States

Author: United States. Federal Aviation Administration

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Category: Airworthiness certificates

Page: 46

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Proceedings of the FAA NASA Symposium on the Continued Airworthiness of Aircraft Structures

Proceedings of the FAA - NASA Sixth International Conference on Continued
Airworthiness of Aircraft Structures , DOT / FAA / AR - 95 / 86 , December 1995 . 2
. Maxwell , R. D. J .: RAE Farnborough , Fail Safe Philosophy : An Introduction to
 ...

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Category: Aeronautics

Page: 680

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A STOL Airworthiness Investigation Using a Simulation of a Deflected Slipstream Transport Volume 2 Simulation Data and Analysis

Title and Subtitle A STOL AIRWORTHINESS INVESTIGATION USING A
SIMULATION 5 . Report Date 6 . Performing Organization Code Volume II -
Simulation Data and Analysis 7 . Author ( s ) Robert L . Stapleford , Robert K .
Heffley , Wayne ...

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Ground simulation Investigations of VTOL Airworthiness Criteria for Terminal area Operations

Accordingly , there has been renewed interest in the definition of suitable
airworthiness criteria for this class of aircraft . The FAA has recently issued a
revised set of interim airworthiness criteria ( Ref . 4 ) , based on 6 years of effort in
updating ...

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