This course delivered by Dayton Aerospace, provides a top-level awareness of the complete U.S. Air Force airworthiness certification process. Students will gain a familiarity and understanding of the airworthiness requirements and the integration of activities leading to airworthiness certification. The training serves as an introduction to the processes necessary to plan, execute, and demonstrate airworthiness to the recognized approval authority. Material covers key sections within MIL-HDBK-516B Expanded and their interrationships. Major topics include: • Airworthiness Definitions & Basic Concepts • System Safety, Risk and History of MIL-HDBK-516B • U.S. Air Force Airworthiness Process and Management • Reportability, Commercial Derivative Aircraft and Other Considerations • Airworthiness Planning and Implementation • Military Flight Release (MFR) and Military Type Certificate (MTC) • Risk Acceptance • Case Study • Key elements of MIL-HDBK-516B • Systems Engineering • Structures • Flight Technologies • Propulsion • Systems • Crew Systems • Diagnostics • Avionics • Electrical Power • E3 • System Safety • Computer Resources • Maintenance • Armament and Stores
01/14/14 - 01/15/14 8:00 AM - 4:00 PMEastern Time
Sinclair Conference Center444 W. Third St.Building 12Room 119Dayton, Ohio 45402937.252.9787
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