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Fuel tank safety (phase 1)

TRAINING TYPE

Fuel tank safety - video presentation with voice over, online training


CATEGORY

FTS


ABOUT THE FTS (phase one) COURSE

FTS (phase 1) aviation online training program will include the theoretical background

behind the risk of fuel tank safety, concepts to prevent explosions.


The program will includes a short background, showing examples

of the FTS accidents and incidents, the description of concept of fuel tank safety and

Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations (CDCCL).


The examples of manufacturer's documents showing the CDCCL items, the cases of FTS defects, 

as well as the examples for maintenance instructions for inspection.


THE OBJECTIVES OF THE FTS (phase 1) ONLINE TRAINING ARE

The trainee should, after the completion of the training:

  • Be familiar with the basic elements of the fuel tank safety issues.
  • Be able to give a simple description of the historical background and the elements requiring a safety consideration, using common words and showing examples of non-conformities.
  • Be able to use typical terms.




TARGET GROUP

  • Organization management structure persons,
  • Quality managers
  • Maintenance organization management personnel,
  • Quality auditors,
  • National aviation authority personnel


FTS (phase 1) ONLINE TRAINING BENEFITS

  • Flexibility
  • Comfort/Mobility
  • Demo version preview
  • Until course presentation isn't finished - possibility replay training material
  •  No pressure at all
  •  Support
  •  Saving money


TIME REQUIRED

At least 2 hours 27 minutes


METHODS AND CONCEPTION

Everyone can manage the learning pace and learning duration depending on each person possibilities.

You can choose perfect timing and comfortable place with internet access.


NECESSARY CONDITIONS

  • Internet access
  • Fluent technical aviation English language
  • At least 2 hours 30 minutes of learning time

PREREQUISITES

Familiarity with relevant regulations


GROUP SIZE

Unlimited size for online training


EXAMINATION

  • During the FTS (phase 1) online training course, interactive questions are asked, seeking that students better understand course material.
  • No examination will be held.

COMPLETION

Upon successful completion of the FTS (phase 1) aviation online training course (100%), participants will receive online training certificate issued by EASA Part-147 approved Maintenance Training Organization (MTO).


NOTE

  • For private accounts: purchased FTS (phase 1) online training course can be activated within the 6 months past the purchase date. Once the course is activated it must be completed within the period of 2 months.
  • For corporate accounts: purchased FTS (phase 1) online training course can be activated within the 1 year past the purchase date. Once the course is activated it must be completed within the period of 2 months.


FTS (phase 1) ONLINE TRAINIG CONTENT

  • Introduction
  • The theoretical background behind the risk of fuel tank safety, concepts to prevent explosions
  • The major accidents related to fuel tank systems
  • The requirements of SFAR 88 of the FAA and JAA Interim Policy INT POL 25/12
  • The results of SFAR 88 of the FAA and JAA INT/POL 25/12
  • Airworthiness Limitations and CDCCLin the instructions for continuing airworthiness
  • Examples of defects and the associated repairs as required by the TC / STC holder’s maintenance data

Fuel tank safety (phase 1)

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access_time 2 hours 27 minutes
Initial

Syllabus

0
chapter 0
34 seconds

0 Introduction

1
chapter 1
56 seconds

1 General

1.1
chapter 1.1
1 minutes 8 seconds

1.1 Oveview

1.2
chapter 1.2
45 seconds

1.2 Objectives of FTS training course

1,3
chapter 1,3
3 minutes 17 seconds

1,3 Personnel involved in FTS training

1,4
chapter 1,4
1 minutes 18 seconds

1,4 Documents forming the legal basis of this training

1.5
Quiz

1.5 Quiz

1.6
Quiz

1.6 Quiz

2.
chapter 2.
7 seconds

2. PART I - The theoretical background behind the risk of fuel tank safety, concepts to prevent explosions

2.1
chapter 2.1
24 seconds

2.1 Overview

2.2
chapter 2.2
1 minutes 50 seconds

2.2 Flash point

2.3
chapter 2.3
36 seconds

2.3 Auto-ignition Temperature

2.4
chapter 2.4
1 minutes 13 seconds

2.4 Jet A1 ID Card

2.5
chapter 2.5
57 seconds

2.5 Russian Jet Fuels

2.6
chapter 2.6
15 seconds

2.6 Gasoline ID Card

2.7
chapter 2.7
52 seconds

2.7 Fire triangle

2.8
chapter 2.8
37 seconds

2.8 Two concepts to prevent explosion

2.9
chapter 2.9
6 minutes 25 seconds

2.9 3 primary phenomena that can result in ignition - electrical arcs and sparks, friction sparks, hot surface ignition or auto-ignition

2.10
chapter 2.10
2 minutes 2 seconds

2.10 Fuel system electrostatics

2.11
chapter 2.11
1 minutes 32 seconds

2.11 Flammability envelope

2.12
chapter 2.12
2 minutes 40 seconds

2.12 Fuel Tank Flammability Exposure

2.13
chapter 2.13
43 seconds

2.13 Stand Alone Approach for Fuel Tank Safety

2.14
chapter 2.14
1 minutes 6 seconds

2.14 Balanced Approaches for Fuel Tank Safety

2.15
chapter 2.15
4 minutes 37 seconds

2.15 Flammability Reduction

2.16
Quiz

2.16 Quiz

2.17
Quiz

2.17 Quiz

2.18
Quiz

2.18 Quiz

3
chapter 3
5 seconds

3 PART II - The major accidents related to fuel tank systems

3.1
chapter 3.1
1 minutes 41 seconds

3.1 Brief History of Accidents

3.1.1
chapter 3.1.1
1 minutes 11 seconds

3.1.1 Brief History of Accidents 1

3.1.2
chapter 3.1.2
3 minutes 32 seconds

3.1.2 Brief History of Accidents 2

3.2
chapter 3.2
2 minutes 15 seconds

3.2 747 TWA 800 Accident on July 17, 1996

3.2.1
chapter 3.2.1
35 minutes 35 seconds

3.2.1 Video of B747 TWA 800 Accident on July 17, 1996

3.2.2
chapter 3.2.2
5 minutes 25 seconds

3.2.2 B747 TWA 800 Accident (continue)

3.3
chapter 3.3
2 minutes 15 seconds

3.3 Bangalore Accident 2006

3.4
Quiz

3.4 Quiz

3.5
Quiz

3.5 Quiz

4
chapter 4
14 seconds

4 PART III - The requirements of SFAR 88 of the FAA and JAA Interim Policy INT POL 25/12

4.1
chapter 4.1
1 minutes 37 seconds

4.1 FAA requirements

4.2
chapter 4.2
33 seconds

4.2 FAA SFAR 88 applicability

4.3
chapter 4.3
2 minutes 2 seconds

4.3 FAA SFAR 88 requirements

4.4
chapter 4.4
7 minutes 15 seconds

4.4 JAA INT/POL 25/12

4.4
Quiz

4.4 Quiz

4.5
Quiz

4.5 Quiz

5
chapter 5
18 seconds

5 PART IV - The results of SFAR 88 of the FAA and JAA INT/POL 25/12

5,1
chapter 5,1
44 seconds

5,1 Results of SFAR-88 & INT/POL 25/12 design review

5,2
chapter 5,2
6 minutes 47 seconds

5,2 Examples of modifications

5,3
chapter 5,3
2 minutes 51 seconds

5,3 Fuel System Airworthiness limitations

5,3
chapter 5,3
3 minutes 48 seconds

5,3 CDCCL

5,5
chapter 5,5
59 seconds

5,5 Airworthiness Limitations Instructions (ALI for Boeing) or Maintenance/Inspection Tasks (for Airbus)

5,6
Quiz

5,6 Quiz

5,7
Quiz

5,7 Quiz

6
chapter 6
12 seconds

6 PART V - Airworthiness Limitations and CDCCL in the instructions for continuing airworthiness

6,1
chapter 6,1
2 minutes 2 seconds

6,1 Manufacturers Documents Showing AWL

6,2
chapter 6,2
2 minutes 35 seconds

6,2 ALI/CDCCL examples from B737NG MPD

6,3
chapter 6,3
1 minutes 51 seconds

6,3 Maintenance/inspection task examples from A318-321 ALS Part 5

6,4
chapter 6,4
1 minutes 42 seconds

6,4 CDCCL examples from A318-321 ALS Part 5

6,5
chapter 6,5
4 minutes 24 seconds

6,5 AWLs in Boeing AMM Procedures

6,6
chapter 6,6
2 minutes 18 seconds

6,6 FAL (CDCCL) in Airbus AMM Procedures

6,7
Quiz

6,7 Quiz

6.8
Quiz

6.8 Quiz

7
chapter 7
12 seconds

7 PART VI - Examples of defects and the associated repairs as required by the TC / STC holders maintenance data

7.1
chapter 7.1
10 minutes 2 seconds

7.1 Examples of Boeing Service Bulletins related with defects and repairs

7.2
chapter 7.2
6 minutes 26 seconds

7.2 Examples of Airbus Service Bulletins related with defects and repairs

7.3
Quiz

7.3 Quiz

8
chapter 8
2 minutes 27 seconds

8 Summary