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KU Aerospace Short Course Program

Cabin Safety and Crashworthiness of Aircraft Cabin Interiors

Instructor: Jose Mora-Vargas
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Course Schedule

September 18-22, 2017, San Diego, California

Early registration course fee: $2,495 if you register and pay by August 4, 2017

Regular registration course fee: $2,695 if you register and pay after August 4, 2017

San Diego Lodging and Travel Information

You can also bring this course to your workplace. Learn more about our on-site program.

Description

This course provides a fundamental review of transport airplane regulatory requirements and compliance- finding methodologies associated with cabin safety and crashworthiness regulations on aircraft cabin interior configurations. The course also reviews FAA/EASA criteria to determine the certification bases of Type Certification and Supplemental Type Certification projects.


Includes instruction, course materials, refreshments and lunches. The course notes are for participants only and are not for sale.

Highlights

  • Review FAA requirements and advisory material associated with cabin safety/crashworthiness
  • Practical insight into industry practices to evaluate transport airplane cabin interiors
  • Establishing certification basis applicable to TC/STC projects
  • Review seats qualification requirements and impact on cabin safety/crashworthiness compliance

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for FAA designees, FAA organizational designees/authorized representatives and certification engineers associated with STC cabin interior projects.

Times / CEUs

31.50 classroom hours
3.150 CEUs

Certificate Tracks

Aircraft Maintenance and Safety, Aircraft Structures

Learning Objectives

  • Understand FAA requirements and advisory material associated with cabin safety/crashworthiness
  • Obtain practical insight into industry practices to evaluate transport airplane cabin interiors
  • Understand FAA requirements to determine certification basis applicable to TC/STC projects
  • Review seats qualification requirements and impact on cabin safety/crashworthiness compliance

Course Outline

Day One

Introductions

Course Outline and Objectives

Type Certification and Supplemental Type Certification

o   Definitions: Exemptions, Special Conditions, Equivalent Levels of Safety

o   Establishment of Type Certification Basis

o   Review of Part 21 and associated Advisory Material

o   Certification Bases for Commercial and Private Operations

Day Two

FAA/EASA Regulatory Material

o   Airworthiness Requirements

o   Operational Requirements

FAA/EASA Advisory Material

Compliance Inspection

o   Definition

o   FAA/ODA authorization

o   Means of Compliance

Day Three

Cabin Crashworthiness Inspection

o   Cabin Layout Configurations

o   Review of AC25-17A (Cabin Interior Crashworthiness Handbook)

Day Four

Seats Crashworthiness Inspection

o   Review of Seat Qualification

o   Seat Deformation (Static and Dynamic) effect on Crashworthiness

o   Review of FAA/EASA Regulations and Advisory Material

Day Five

Compliance Inspection Reports

o   Format

o   Compliance Inspection Findings and Disposition

Knowledge Test




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On-site Contact Information

To learn about bringing a course to your workplace, contact Sarah Williams, on-site program manager, for a no-cost, no-obligation proposal.
Email ProfessionalPrograms@ku.edu
Phone 913-897-8782

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