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Chen Xi Scheduled Maintenance Optimization for Aircraft Composite Structures 1 400 airport facilities airport model ground maintenance service maintenance ladder aircraft maintenance docking
Aircraft structural maintenance is one of the critical operational activities to guarantee continued airworthiness. A proper maintenance strategy developed in design phase can save significant operational cost. Currently, the MSG-3 document and deterministic methodologies are widely applied as guidance to make scheduled maintenance tasks but face challenges with composite structures and structural health monitoring (SHM) technologies. The research objective is to determine flexible and cost-effective maintenance tasks for aircraft structures while maintaining an acceptable safety level. Two key parameters in scheduled maintenance, i.e. the inspection interval and the repair/replace threshold are addressed. Composite airframes are particularly investigated and damage characteristics are obtained. Non-deterministic methodologies are proposed to optimize maintenance tasks considering uncertainty. The integration of SHM into scheduled maintenance and its influence on scheduled maintenance is further studied.
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U. S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, Army Aviation Center of Excellence, U. S. Department of the Army Aviation Maintenance. The Official U.S. Army Training Circular Tc 3-04.7 (FM 3-04.500) (February 2010) 1 400 airport facilities airport model ground maintenance service maintenance ladder aircraft maintenance docking
Training circular (TC) 3-04.7 outlines requirements concerning aviation maintenance structure, organizations, and functions. The intended audiences are aviation maintenance commanders, leaders, officers, technicians, noncommissioned officers (NCOs), and aircraft repair and maintenance personnel.
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