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A Guideline for Aerospace Platform Fiber Optic Training and Awareness Education Aerospace Fiber Optics Fabricator Knowledge Competencies

2007-06-18
CURRENT
ARP5602/3
This document establishes training guidelines applicable to fiber optic fabricator technical training for individuals involved in the manufacturing, installation, support, integration and testing of fiber optic systems. Applicable personnel include: Managers Engineers Technicians Trainers/Instructors Third Party Maintenance Agencies Quality Assurance Production
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A Guideline for Aerospace Platform Fiber Optic Training and Awareness Education Introduction to Aerospace Fiber Optics Technician, Quality Assurance Inspector, or Engineer Hands-on Competencies

2008-01-04
CURRENT
ARP5602/8
This document establishes training guidelines applicable to fiber optic technician, quality assurance, or engineer technical training for individuals involved in the manufacturing, installation, support, integration and testing of fiber optic systems. Applicable personnel include: Managers Engineers Technicians Trainers/Instructors Third Party Maintenance Agencies Quality Assurance Production
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A Guideline for Aerospace Platform Fiber Optic Training and Awareness Education Aerospace Fiber Optics Quality Assurance Knowledge Competencies

2008-11-24
CURRENT
ARP5602/9
This document establishes training guidelines applicable to fiber optic quality assurance technical training for individuals involved in the manufacturing, installation, support, integration and testing of fiber optic systems. Applicable personnel include: Managers Engineers Technicians Trainers/Instructors Third Party Maintenance Agencies Quality Assurance Production
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A Guideline for Aerospace Platform Fiber Optic Training and Awareness Education Aerospace Fiber Optics Installer Knowledge Competencies

2008-10-06
CURRENT
ARP5602/5
This document establishes training guidelines applicable to fiber optic installer technical training for individuals involved in the manufacturing, installation, support, integration and testing of fiber optic systems. Applicable personnel include: Managers Engineers Technicians Trainers/Instructors Third Party Maintenance Agencies Quality Assurance Production
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A Guideline for Aerospace Platform Fiber Optic Training and Awareness Education Aerospace Fiber Optics Technician Knowledge Competencies

2008-01-04
CURRENT
ARP5602/7
This document establishes training guidelines applicable to fiber optic technician technical training for individuals involved in the manufacturing, installation, support, integration and testing of fiber optic systems. Applicable personnel include: Managers Engineers Technicians Trainers/Instructors Third Party Maintenance Agencies Quality Assurance Production
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A Guideline for Aerospace Platform Fiber Optic Training and Awareness Education Aerospace Fiber Optics Quality Assurance Knowledge Competencies

2018-05-08
WIP
ARP5602/9A
This document establishes training guidelines applicable to fiber optic quality assurance technical training for individuals involved in the manufacturing, installation, support, integration and testing of fiber optic systems. Applicable personnel include: Managers Engineers Technicians Trainers/Instructors Third Party Maintenance Agencies Quality Assurance Production
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Solid Composite Laminate NDI Reference Standards

2011-12-20
CURRENT
ARP5605A
This recommended practice establishes a generic composite reference standard that will accommodate nondestructive inspections (NDI) on the full array of glass fiber and carbon fiber laminates found on aircraft.
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Composite Honeycomb NDI Reference Standards

2001-09-01
HISTORICAL
ARP5606
This recommended practice establishes generic reference standards that will accommodate nondestructive inspections (NDI) on a broad range of non-metallic composite honeycomb structures found on aircraft.
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Solid Composite Laminate NDI Reference Standards

2001-09-01
HISTORICAL
ARP5605
This recommended practice establishes a generic composite reference standard that will accommodate nondestructive inspections (NDI) on the full array of glass fiber and carbon fiber laminates found on aircraft.
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Guide to Certification of Aircraft in a High Intensity Radiated Field (HIRF) Environment

2003-01-11
HISTORICAL
ARP5583
This guide provides detailed information, guidance, and methods related to the Federal Aviation Administration Advisory Circular (AC)/Joint Airworthiness Authorities Advisory Material Joint (AMJ) 20-XXX, "Certification of Aircraft Electrical/Electronic Systems for Operation in the High Intensity Radiated Fields (HIRF) Environment" (draft). The AC/AMJ provides acceptable means, but not the only means, of compliance with Parts 23, 25, 27, and 29 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR)/Joint Aviation Regulations (JAR) to prevent hazards to aircraft electrical and electronic systems due to HIRF produced by external transmitters. This guide is neither mandatory nor regulatory in nature and does not constitute a regulation or legal interpretation of the regulation. The information in this guide represents a collection of best engineering practices that have been used to certify aircraft HIRF protection.
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Guide to Certification of Aircraft in a High-Intensity Radiated Field (HIRF) Environment

2010-06-04
CURRENT
ARP5583A
This guide provides detailed information, guidance, and methods related to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advisory Circular (AC) 20-158 and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) draft Advisory Material Joint (AMJ), both titled "The Certification of Aircraft Electrical and Electronic Systems for Operation in the High-Intensity Radiated Fields (HIRF) Environment". The AC provides acceptable means, but not the only means, of compliance with Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) 23.1308, 25.1317, 27.1317, and 29.1317, High-Intensity Radiated Fields (HIRF) protection for Aircraft Electrical and Electronic Systems, and applicable FAA HIRF Special Conditions to prevent hazards to aircraft electrical and electronic systems due to HIRF produced by external transmitters. It is also intended for this guide to provide the same information, guidance, and methods to the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) interim HIRF policies certification requirements.
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Document for Electric Power Management

2017-09-24
WIP
ARP5584A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practices (ARP) covers the definitions, functions and broad application guidelines of modern aerospace vehicle electric power management systems. As aerospace control systems have become more sophisticated and autonomous, the electric power subsystem no longer is just a generation and distribution bus control system. New electric power systems include integration of individual load logic control, protection, generation, distribution, and load management. This system can report to a higher level control system, typically a vehicle management system, or can be an autonomous system within itself reporting and responding to operator commands.
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Human Engineering Considerations for Design and Implementation of Perspective Flight Guidance Displays

2005-01-05
CURRENT
ARP5589
The document focuses on perspective flight displays with or without guidance and is intended for flight deck display applications. Further, this document does not directly address the presence or absence of background information, e.g., synthetic and/or enhanced imagery. Such issues are addressed in a separate E/SVS document. Since this document provides recommendations, the guidance is provided in the form of “should” statements as opposed to the “shall” statements that appear in standards and regulations. When “shall” statements are used, the regulation or standard is referenced (where applicable).
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Unauthorized Laser Illuminations: Pilot Operational Procedures

2009-11-09
CURRENT
ARP5598
This document addresses the operational safety and human factors aspects of unauthorized laser illumination events in navigable airspace. The topics addressed include operational procedures, training, and protocols that flight crew members should follow in the event of a laser exposure. Of particular emphasis, this document outlines coping strategies for use during critical phases of flight. Although lasers are capable of causing retinal damage, most laser cockpit illuminations, to date, has been relatively low in irradiance causing primarily startle reactions, visual glare, flashblindness and afterimages. Permanent eye injuries from unauthorized laser exposures have been extremely rare. This document describes pilot operational procedures in response to the visual disruptions associated with low to moderate laser exposures that pilots are most likely to encounter during flight operations.
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Cargo Restraint Straps – Utilization Guidelines

2017-11-13
CURRENT
ARP5595B
This Aerospace Recommended Practice aims at providing general utilization guidelines and calculation methods adequate to guarantee the effectiveness and ultimate load strength of tie-down/lashing arrangements performed to restrain cargo on board civil transport aircraft during flight: a Cargo loaded and tied down onto airworthiness approved air cargo pallets, themselves restrained into aircraft lower deck, main deck or upper deck cargo systems meeting the restraint requirements of air cargo pallets approved in accordance with NAS 3610 or AS36100, or b Additional tie-down on aircraft structure when necessitated by pallet maximum gross mass or centre of gravity location, or c Individual pieces of cargo, or pieces of cargo placed onto an unrestrained (“floating”) pallet into either lower deck, main deck or upper deck containerized cargo compartments of an aircraft, or d Individual pieces of load loaded in non-containerized (bulk loaded) baggage or cargo compartments.
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Cargo Restraint Straps - Utilization Guidelines

2011-11-04
HISTORICAL
ARP5595A
This Aerospace Recommended Practice aims at providing general utilization guidelines and calculation methods adequate to guarantee the effectiveness and ultimate load strength of tie-down / lashing arrangements performed to restrain cargo on board civil transport aircraft during flight: a cargo loaded and tied down onto airworthiness approved air cargo pallets, themselves restrained into aircraft lower deck, main deck or upper deck cargo systems meeting the restraint requirements of air cargo pallets approved in accordance with NAS3610 or AS36100A, or b additional tie-down on aircraft structure when necessitated by pallet maximum gross mass or CG, or c individual pieces of cargo, or pieces of cargo placed onto an unrestrained (“floating”) pallet into either lower deck, main deck or upper deck containerized cargo compartments of an aircraft, or d individual pieces of load loaded in non containerized (bulk loaded) baggage or cargo compartments.
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Cargo Restraint Straps - Utilization Guidelines

2003-03-27
HISTORICAL
ARP5595
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) aims at providing general utilization guidelines and calculation methods adequate to guarantee the effectiveness and ultimate load strength of tie-down/lashing arrangements performed to restrain cargo on board civil transport aircraft during flight: a cargo loaded and tied down onto airworthiness certified air cargo pallets, themselves restrained into aircraft lower deck, main deck or upper deck cargo systems meeting the requirements of NAS 3610, or b additional tie-down on aircraft structure when necessitated by pallet maximum gross mass or CG, or c non-unitized individual pieces of cargo, or pieces of cargo placed onto an unrestrained (“floating”) pallet into either lower deck or main deck containerized cargo compartments of an aircraft, or d individual pieces of load loaded in non-containerized (bulk loaded) baggage or cargo compartments.
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Cargo Shoring Guidelines

2012-01-05
CURRENT
ARP5596B
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) specifies guidelines for calculating and performing shoring (load spreading) required on board civil transport aircraft whenever a piece of cargo to be carried exceeds the aircraft's maximum allowable limits in area load, running load, or both. It provides both the engineering methods needed to properly design a shoring arrangement, and the main practical dos and donts known from experience to ensure its effectiveness in protecting the aircraft's structure against overload.
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