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Fuel Tank Safety (Continuation)

TRAINING TYPE

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


TIME REQUIRED

At least 1 hour 42 minutes


CATEGORY

FTS


ABOUT THE COURSE

The FTS (continuation) online training program is mandatory aviation training of Fuel Tank Safety Issues, ensure everyday continued airworthiness of aircraft.

Includes brief review of basics fuel tank safety issues.

Aviation training Includes new instructions issued which are related to the material, tools, documentation and manufacturer's or competent authority's directives.


OBJECTIVES

  • Knowledge theoretical Background behind the Fuel Tank Safety
  • Knowledge of Airworthiness limitations and CDCCL
  • Knowledge of Flammability prevention and safety


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TARGET GROUP

  • Personnel of the Part-145 organization required to plan, perform supervise, inspect and certify the maintenance of aircraft and fuel system components;
  • Personnel of the M.A. Subpart G organization involved in the management and review of the continuing airworthiness of aircraft

BENEFITS

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

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

PREREQUISITES

None


GROUP SIZE

Unlimited size for online training


EXAMINATION

  • During the FTS (continuation) 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 (continuation) aviation online training course (100%), participants will receive online training certificate issued by EASA Part-147 approved Maintenance Training Organization (MTO).

  • Part-147 under approval reference No LT.147.001
  • Part-145 under approval reference No LT.145.011

NOTE

  • Refresher training should be conducted in a period not exceeding two years.
  • For private accounts: purchased FLT(continuation) 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 FLT(continuation) 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.
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CONTENT

  • General
  • Introduction
  • Part I SFAR 88 FAA Response to the Fuel Tank Safety
  • Part II JAA INT/POL/25/12 (JAA TGL 47) The European View
  • Part III The Theoretical Background behind the Fuel Tank Safety
  • Part IV Concepts to prevent explosions
  • Part V Flammability Reduction Means
  • Part VI Airworthiness limitations and CDCCL
  • Part VII FTS Defects Examples and Wiring Associated Problems
  • Summary

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Syllabus

0
chapter 0
33s

0 Introduction

1
chapter 1
43s

1 General

1.1
chapter 1.1
52s

1.1 Introduction

1.2
chapter 1.2
5min 1s

1.2 Objectives, personnel involved in FTS training, legal basis

1.3
chapter 1.3
5min 15s

1.3 Brief history of accidents

1.4
Quiz

1.4 Quiz

1.5
Quiz

1.5 Quiz

2
chapter 2
12s

2 Part I SFAR 88 FAA Response to the Fuel Tank Safety

2.1
chapter 2.1
2min 8s

2.1 SFAR 88 issuance and applicability

2.2
chapter 2.2
1min 50s

2.2 SFAR 88 requirements

2.3
Quiz

2.3 Quiz

2.4
Quiz

2.4 Quiz

3
chapter 3
13s

3 Part II JAA INT/POL/25/12 (JAA TGL 47) The European View

3.1
chapter 3.1
6min 33s

3.1 JAA INT/POL/25/12 applicability and requirements

3.2
Quiz

3.2 Quiz

3.3
Quiz

3.3 Quiz

4
chapter 4
11s

4 Part III The Theoretical Background behind the Fuel Tank Safety

4.1
chapter 4.1
2min 13s

4.1 Fire triangle

4.2
chapter 4.2
1min 49s

4.2 Flash point

4.3
chapter 4.3
30s

4.3 Autoignition temperature

4.4
chapter 4.4
48s

4.4 Fuels ID cards

4.5
chapter 4.5
1min 30s

4.5 Flammability envelope

4.6
chapter 4.6
3min 50s

4.6 Flammability exposure

4.7
Quiz

4.7 Quiz

4.8
Quiz

4.8 Quiz

5
chapter 5
14s

5 Part IV Concepts to prevent explosions

5.1
chapter 5.1
1min 16s

5.1 Stand alone approach – ignition prevention only

5.2
chapter 5.2
2min 41s

5.2 Balanced approach – ignition prevention plus flammability reduction

5.3
Quiz

5.3 Quiz

5.4
Quiz

5.4 Quiz

6
chapter 6
12s

6 Part V Flammability Reduction Means

6.1
chapter 6.1
2min 44s

6.1 Requirements of FAR-25 and CS-25

6.2
chapter 6.2
4min 12s

6.2 Possible methods of flammability reduction

6.3
chapter 6.3
7min 32s

6.3 On-Board Inert Gas Generation System

6.4
chapter 6.4
2min 31s

6.4 Ignition Mitigation Means

6.5
Quiz

6.5 Quiz

7
chapter 7
16s

7 Part VI Airworthiness limitations and CDCCL

7.1
chapter 7.1
3min 3s

7.1 General information about fuel system airworthiness limitations

7.2
chapter 7.2
6min 23s

7.2 CDCCL

7.3
chapter 7.3
1min 40s

7.3 ALI/Maintenance&Inspection tasks

7.4
chapter 7.4
23min 47s

7.4 ALI/CDCCL examples in TC/STC-holder‘s documents

7.5
Quiz

7.5 Quiz

7.6
Quiz

7.6 Quiz

8
chapter 8
13s

8 Part VII FTS Defects Examples and Wiring Associated Problems

8.1
chapter 8.1
4min 23s

8.1 Service experience

8.2
chapter 8.2
4min 40s

8.2 Wiring installation problems

9
chapter 9
1min 49s

9 Summary

9.1
Quiz

9.1 Quiz

9.2
Quiz

9.2 Quiz