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Title: Continuing Aircraft Airworthiness (ІСАО Dос 9760) : Term Paper Method Guide
Other Titles: for the Students of the Field of Study 27 “Transport”, Specialty 272 “Aviation Transport”, Specialization 01 “Aircraft and Aero-Engines Maintenance and Repair”
Authors: Goncharenko, Andriy Viktorovich
Keywords: Transport, Aviation Transport, Maintenance and Repair of Aircraft and Aircraft Engines, Aircraft Airworthiness, IMPROVEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT GIVEN FUNCTIONAL SYSTEM MAINTENANCE PROCESS, MULTI-OPTIONAL HYBRID-EFFECTIVENESS FUNCTIONS UNCERTAINTY MEASURE CONDITIONAL OPTIMIZATION DOCTRINE, Entropy Approach
Issue Date: 27-Jun-2018
Publisher: National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine
Citation: Continuing Aircraft Airworthiness (ІСАО Dос 9760) : Term Paper Method Guide / compiler A. V. Goncharenko. – K. : NAU, 2018. – 48 p.
Abstract: The METHOD GUIDE contains recommendations on operational data analysis, a given functional system operational properties estimation, the system improvement, the system’s elements maintenance strategy choice substantiation, and scientific research elements. Designed for the 1st year students of the Field of Study 27 “Transport”, Specialty 272 “Aviation Transport”, Specialization 01 “Maintenance and Repair of Aircraft and Aircraft Engines”.
Description: This METHOD GUIDE ON THE COURSE PROJECT (CP), is given after and following the reference [1]. The Method Guide of the reference Dokuchaev et al. 2003, [1], contains recommendations on operational data analysis, a given functional system operational properties estimation, the system improvement, and the system’s elements maintenance strategy choice substantiation. The presented herewith METHOD GUIDE is designed for the 1st year students of the Field of Study: 27 “Transport”, Specialty: 272 “Aviation Transport”, Specialization: 01 “Maintenance and Repair of Aircraft and Aircraft Engines”. Special attention is drawn here to the scientific component of the projecting work. The METHOD GUIDE combines the development of the methodical recommendations for the former Specialist’s Level training, previously contemplated at the reference [1], and herewith the ongoing evolution to the SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ELEMENTS, since it is deemed to be done by the MASTER’S DEGREE students. During the CP accomplishment process, it is necessary to use the RECOMMENDED LITERATURE SOURCES (the list is presented, but not limited to it). The LIST OF LITERATURE at the end of the METHOD GUIDE is basic (major) and compiled in the order of supposed (assumed) importance. As it is generally accepted the entire REFERENCES LIST is presented in two Sections: Main [1-27], in accordance with the initiatives of the original reference [1-10] plus the amendments which are considerable in the view of this newest publication targeted upon English speaking students pretending for the MASTER’S DEGREE [11-27], and Additional [28-38], in the alphabetic order. The REFERENCES LIST is selected, set in the order [1-38], does not pretend for completeness, but instead it is aimed at developing the students’ abilities of thinking and to analyze, contemplate in the specified directory rather than their abilities to know and memorize. However, these are very significant too. Actually, in the contemporary informative boom world, the needed or required data can easily be retrieved from the internet, found in multiple references, studies [13-17, 33], dictionaries [34], comprehensive books [1-3, 11], or guidance materials [4-12] etc.
URI: http://er.nau.edu.ua:8080/handle/NAU/35889
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