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2017-09-05
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AS13001A
This standard establishes the common requirements for training of DPRV personnel for use at all levels of the aerospace engine supply chain. This standard shall apply when an organization elects to delegate product release verification by contractual flow down to its suppliers (reference 9100 and 9110 standards) and to perform product acceptance on its behalf. It is intended that organizations specify their DPRV requirements through the application of AS9117. While the delegating organization will use the AS13001 standard as the baseline for establishing DPRV process and product training, it may include additional contractual training requirements to meet its specific needs. The DPRV training material was primarily developed for aerospace engine supply chain requirements. However, this standard may also be used in other aerospace industry sectors where a DPRV process requiring specific training can be of benefit.
CURRENT
2017-02-07
Standard
AIR1812B
This report contains background information on life cycle cost elements and key ECS cost factors. Elements of life cycle costs are defined from initial design phases through operational use. Information on how ECS designs affect overall aircraft cost and information on primary factors affecting ECS costs are discussed. Key steps or efforts for comparing ECS designs on the basis of LCC are outlined. Brief descriptions of two computer programs for estimating LCC of total aircraft programs and their use to estimate ECS LCC, are included.
CURRENT
2017-01-04
Standard
ARP6239
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) recommends the design and features of aircraft demonstration emergency equipment for use in passenger safety briefings.
CURRENT
2016-12-02
Standard
ARIS450
This document provides Flight Simulation Training Device (FSTD) operators, FSTD manufacturers, airplane manufacturers or other sources of approved data and vendors of airplane equipment, with a standard describing the scope and content of data required to build, test, and qualify FSTDs of adequate fidelity to meet flight crew training requirements.
CURRENT
2016-11-08
Standard
ARP9136
The objective of any organization, as part of continual improvement, is to reduce the number of issues (i.e., undesirable conditions, defects, failures) and to minimize their impact on quality, delivery performance, and cost. This includes having processes in place to detect and eradicate significant and recurrent issues, which implies having well identified problems, a common understanding of their impact and associated root causes, and having defined and implemented adequate actions so that these problems, including similar issues will not happen again.
CURRENT
2016-09-08
Standard
ARIS439A
This document provides guidance on provision of an SATCE system in Flight Simulation Training Devices (FSTD) for the benefit of flight crew training. This guidance recommends a more mature set of requirements, and provides commentary on system scope, currently available technologies, integration, qualification, and maintenance.
CURRENT
2016-08-31
Standard
ARIR435-1
This report sets forth guidance for the design, development, and installation of Cabin Training Devices. It includes operational and handling characteristics for establishing minimum data required for reliability and maintainability.
CURRENT
2016-01-26
Standard
ARIR446
The intent of this standard is to provide guidance so the documentation provided with the Flight Simulation Training Device (FSTD) reflects and describes the delivered FSTD, including the description and definition of third party equipment and content. In the context of documentation guidance found in this report, the term FSTD is meant to include all levels of flight simulation devices. The documentation described herein is required for the operator to independently support the FSTD in the maintenance, operation, and update of the device throughout the lifetime of the device. This report describes a superset of a possible range of documentation involved in the initial delivery or an update of a FSTD. The deliverable documentation set for a particular FSTD may vary depending on the level of device (e.g., flat panel trainer versus a full flight simulator) as well as issues related to intellectual property, export compliance, technical requirements, and/or contractual agreements.
CURRENT
2014-10-01
Standard
CMB6_5
CURRENT
2014-10-01
Standard
DMG1
CURRENT
2014-10-01
Standard
CMB6_10
Assist CM and engineering personnel in the implementation and coordination of CM unique procedures and disciplines of Configuration Identification, Change Control, Status Accounting and Audits.
CURRENT
2014-10-01
Standard
CMB6_8
CURRENT
2014-10-01
Standard
CMB6_9
CURRENT
2014-10-01
Standard
CMB6_4
This Interface Control Plan establishes a program for interface control among the major segments/equipments of a DoD program. This could be an airborne weapon system, Medium Launch Vehicle System, Space Launch Complex System, etc. The program is based on formal agreements between participating organizations, and includes (1) documentation to establish, define and control interface requirements and to detail interface design definition between system segments, (2) interface management under the purview of the Interface Management Boards (IMB) and (3) interface control, through Interface Control Working Groups (ICWGs). The plan establishes the IMB and ICWG policy and procedures. Furthermore, it sets forth the Government Agencies Program Offices, associate contractors and participating Government Agency responsibilities in support of the Interface Control Program and the conduct of interface management/control through the IMBs, and ICWGs.
CURRENT
2014-01-09
Standard
ARIR445
This report defines the types of software used in FSTDs, outlines the configuration control that is required to maintain the devices, and provides guidance on software updates and changes.
CURRENT
2013-06-26
Standard
ARIR807-3
This document is based upon the SAE ARP5602 document, A Guideline for Aerospace Platform Fiber Optic Training and Awareness Education. ARINC Report 807, addressing fiber optic training requirements, is a scaled back version of the SAE ARP5602 document designed to meet the requirements of the commercial air transport industry. Certification to the SAE ARP5602 document fulfills the requirements of ARINC Report 807. This document defines recommended general practices for training requirements of aerospace fiber optic systems. It is the intention of this document to outline proven training practices and general standards of workmanship for technicians engaged in aerospace fiber optic manufacturing, installation, maintenance, and repair for the air transport industry. It is also recommended that management and purchasing personnel receive fundamental training to familiarize themselves with the requirements of aerospace fiber optics.
CURRENT
2013-04-05
Standard
ARIR433-2
This standard is a guide to assess Synthetic Training Device (STD) quality and performance by STD operators, manufacturers, regulatory authorities and users.
CURRENT
2012-11-07
Standard
ARIR437-1
The purpose of ARINC Report 437 is to provide guidance when planning a new training facility, extending an existing training facility, or adding new equipment to an existing facility.
CURRENT
2011-08-25
Standard
ARIR444
This document intends to provide the reader with an overview of the importance of export control along with general information to consider. This is not a complete primer on the subject but is intended to give the reader a basic understanding of export issues in the flight simulation and training industry. To serve the widest audience, a worldwide view is taken; however, as the U.S. regulations and requirements are considered the widest reaching, these are given the majority of attention in the text. This document does not serve the purpose of discussing Intellectual Property (IP), classified information, or specific logistics of any of these processes. However, it should be known that the concepts and tenets in this document may be applied to IP issues in very similar examples. Furthermore, this document is not all inclusive of every issue that may be evident in a technology transfer event. The intricacies of export control are complex and are not attempted to be fully defined here.
CURRENT
2010-09-20
Standard
ARIR438
This document provides guidance to the flight simulation industry for the acceptance of a Flight Simulation Training Device (FSTD). It may also be used during Request for Proposal (RFP) and contract discussions for an FSTD purchase to define the requirements for acceptance of the device. It is intended to be usable for all FSTD devices - types, repeat, prototype, updated, new, and used - and for different levels of qualification being sought.
CURRENT
2010-09-20
Standard
ARIR441
There are many methods of providing data for use in simulation - Chart Driven Models (CDM), source code, binary code and printed format. This report deals with data provided in the form of binary format software that will be used for the generation, maintenance and update of training devices.
CURRENT
2009-09-11
Standard
ARIS610C
This report sets forth the general philosophy and basic design guidance for using aircraft equipment (hardware and/or software) in training devices. It specifies unique simulator functions that shall be supported by this equipment. A goal of this report is to promote common understanding between aviation and simulation groups for the use of aircraft equipment in training devices. Use of this document is recommended for any new or derivative aircraft or retrofit of a system to an existing aircraft, where aircraft hardware or software may be used in the associated training device. Airframe manufacturers and aircraft equipment designers are encouraged to take advantage of this guidance information, starting in the earliest phases in the design of aircraft equipment by defining requirements to be compliant with the simulator functions capabilities; i.e., to be compliant with this report.
CURRENT
2006-01-20
Standard
ARIR434-1
The purpose of ARINC Report 434 is to provide practical recommendations, based on the collective experience of the Synthetic Training Device (STD) community, for improving operational reliability and maintainability throughout the life cycle of a training device. It is hoped that formulating industry guidelines will lead to mutually defined (customer and supplier) goals for STD reliability, maintainability, and overall life-cycle cost management.
CURRENT
2005-10-14
Standard
ARIR440
This document provides guidelines for the aviation industry to ensure that data and solutions for training are adequately provided in content and schedule, are cost effective, and are completely supported throughout the life of the equipment. It should be used at all appropriate levels within a company (e.g., Purchasing, Operations, Training) when purchasing or developing new aircraft, major aircraft modifications or training systems.
CURRENT
2005-10-14
Standard
ARIR442
There are many methods of providing data for use in simulation - Chart Driven Models (CDM), source code, binary code and printed format. This report deals with data provided in the form of chart driven models and/or source code that will be used for the generation, maintenance and update of training devices.
CURRENT
1986-12-01
Standard
AIR1939
AIR 1939 addresses communication of LCC data between equipment suppliers, aircraft engine producers, aircraft manufacturers, and users, as illustrated in Figure 1. The LCC data categories addressed include: research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E); acquisition (initial procurement and investment); and operating and support (O&S) costs. While input and output formats are suggested, calculation procedures and cost methodology are specifically excluded since many LCC models preferred by the industry are company sensitive or proprietary (Figure 1). The relationship of LCC input data to program phase is described. Ground rules and assumptions are addressed. A glossary of LCC terms is provided. The LCC impact of propulsion systems on other aircraft systems is considered. This document was specifically developed for military propulsion system cost analysis.
CURRENT
1964-10-30
Standard
AIR837
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