Posted on November 20th, 2014
B737-800 Cabin Lighting Investigation
AeroTechPubs continues its partnership with a leading Aircraft Cabin Lighting Manufacturer, and investigates the incumbent lighting system and equipment on a range of B737-800 aircraft.
The investigation findings will be used to develop and produce a cabin lighting replacement kit.
Posted on October 13th, 2014
Engine Control Unit CMM
AeroTechPubs reproduces a 235 page CMM on behalf of a leading Engine Control Unit Manufacturer. The legacy unit has recently entered reproduction and the existing CMM required updating. Since the only available version of the CMM was a hard-copy, AeroTechPubs were contracted to reproduce the CMM in an editable format.
Posted on September 23rd, 2014
A320 Equipment Configuration Analysis
AeroTechPubs works with an EASA Part 21J DOA to carry out an equipment configuration analysis on a fleet of 17 A320s. The configuration analysis formed an integral part of the project to certify the installation of in-flight Wi-Fi equipment, and involved itemizing each electrical unit installed on the aircraft (including part number and location) to ensure the new installation would not interfere with aircraft systems.
Posted on September 1st, 2014
Super Puma Cabin Refurbishment AMM & IPC
AeroTechPubs produces an AMM and IPC supplement on behalf of a Super Puma operator following a cabin refurbishment.
Posted on August 25th, 2014
Miniature Quick Access Recorder AMM & IPC
AeroTechPubs produces an AMM and IPC supplement for a fleet of Airbus A320 Aircraft following the installation of a miniature Quick Access Recorder (QAR) with cellular modem.
The AMM supplement contains procedures for troubleshooting, maintenance, removal, installation, testing and cleaning the miniature QAR.
Posted on June 16th, 2014
PSAC for new LED Light Unit
AeroTechPubs produces a Plan for Software Aspects of Certification (PSAC) for a newly developed LED Lighting Unit on behalf of a leading Aircraft Cabin Lighting Manufacturer.
The PSAC forms part of the certification package and is written in accordance with RTCA DO-178. The PSAC considers the Software Level and Means of Compliance, Software Life Cycles including Planning Process, Requirements Process, Design Process, Coding Process, Integration Process, Verification Process, Configuration Management Process, Quality Assurance Process and Certification Liaison.
Posted on June 5th, 2014
Cabin Reconfiguration Certification Package
AeroTechPubs completes a Cabin Reconfiguration certification package for a fleet of A340 aircraft on behalf of an EASA Part 21J DOA.
The modification package included modification instructions and certification compliance documents for the removal of several passenger seats and subsequent reconfiguration of the IFE system.
Posted on May 23rd, 2014
AMM Task re-write
AeroTechPubs re-writes several AMM Tasks for an A340 operator.
The tasks relating to the IFE system and Video Control Centre (VCC) were required to be updated following an extensive aircraft modification.
Posted on April 7th, 2014
Cabin Lighting Investigation
AeroTechPubs completes several aircraft investigations on behalf of a leading Aircraft Cabin Lighting Manufacturer.
The investigations were carried out on a number of aircraft types to provide information to assist the manufacturer with the development of new Cabin Lighting equipment, ensuring compatibility with existing fittings and power control.
Posted on April 2nd, 2014
A320 CAM Reconfiguration
AeroTechPubs works with an EASA Part 21J DOA to reconfigure the CAM (Cabin Assignment Module) on an Airbus A320 following a cabin interior modification.
The modification involved the installation of an additional row of passenger seats and reconfiguration of the seat and PSU layouts. AeroTechPubs produced a CAM Configuration Package including a summary of the seat numbering changes, PSU layout changes and hook-up charts for the Lighting, Oxygen Boxes and LCD Monitors. AeroTechPubs then liaised with Airbus to arrange CAM reprogramming.
Posted on February 28th, 2014
LED Light Unit Certification Project Management
AeroTechPubs manages a Certification Project on behalf of a leading Aircraft Cabin Lighting Manufacturer. The project oversaw the the production of over 40 documents to certify a new LED Light Unit for aircraft installation in accordance with EASA specifications.
Our in-house authors also contributed to the FHA (Failure Hazard Analysis), FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis), PSSA (Preliminary System Safety Assessment), SSA (System Safety Assessment), ELA (Electrical Load Analysis), ICA (Instructions for Continued Airworthiness) and CMM (Component Maintenance Manual) in conjunction with the manufacturers data to complete the certification package.
Posted on February 10th, 2014
SSA (System Safety Assessment) Template
AeroTechPubs produces an SSA (System Safety Assessment) template on behalf of an EASA Part 21J DOA. The template contains multiple methods for assessing equipment or systems for aircraft installation.
The SSA demonstrates compliance to the safety requirements defined by EASA CS 25.1309 and ARP4761 by means of an FHA (Functional Hazard Assessment), SSA (System Safety Analysis), Environmental Qualification Matrix, FTA (Fault Tree Analysis) and FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis). Where software must also be assessed, the SSA bases its analysis on RTCA DO-178 and FAA AC 20-15C.
Posted on February 3rd, 2014
CS-23, CS-27, CS-29 Certification Compliance Matrix
Following the production of a CS-25 (Large Aeroplanes) Compliance Matrix last year, AeroTechPubs produces three more Compliance Matrix Templates for certifying aircraft modifications to EASA CS-23 (Small Aeroplanes), CS-27 (Small Rotorcraft) and CS-29 (Large Rotorcraft).
These templates tabulates each of the EASA CS (Certification Specification) requirements and will be used by Part 21J Design Organisations when introducing modifications to CS-23, CS-27 or CS-29 Aircraft to demonstrate compliance with each requirement.
Posted on January 6th, 2014
Business Jet Electrical Systems Designs
AeroTechPubs is contracted to a world leader in luxury Business Jet Interiors to design the electrical systems for a marketing mock-up, with the long-term plan of certifying the systems for aircraft installation.
Our design brief included the selection of suitable components and system design for a HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) System with zoning control, Wi-Fi System (capable of providing internet and network connectivity to 20 devices), Smoke Detection System (interlinked with an external warning beacon) and Equipment Rack Cooling.