Aircraft Structural Repair Manual Reading & Interpretation
This course content can be derived from and in accordance with the following documents:
- SRM processes
- Composite Allowable and Repairable Damage Limit Assessment
- Prepreg Repair Process
- Wet Layup Repair Process
- Prepreg Repair Processes
- SRM Boeing (SRM Manual reading for a specific Type of Aircraft OEM type
- SRM Airbus (SRM Manual reading for a specific Type of Aircraft OEM type (on request )
- AMM, IPC, SOHPM
The Aircraft Structural Repair Manual (SRM) is compiled in accordance with the ATA 100 (Air Transport Association). This was done to clarify specific instructions in order to perform correct repairs on aircraft.
The SRM contains material data, allowed criteria concerning structural damage and images of the most common repairs.
Every aircraft manufacturer OEM issues its own manual for each type of aircraft and its repair produces. This course participant will learn how to use these manuals and understand its ATA-100 setup information structure so that their search for repair rules will be swift and correct.
Day(-s): 3 / Tech code: TECH-040
Some understanding of advanced composites in general
Read, write and understand and speak (technical) English and some understanding of the specific composite jargon in the USA and UK Englisch as noted in the SAE- AIR 4844 Rev C. Composite Bonded Glossary setup by the International CACRCTraining Task group.
Knowledge of the ATA 100 chapter build up is an advantage.
This course is intended for Part 145 technicians, and engineers, certifying staff and quality inspectors. of technical departments,
Minimum required 4 and maximum 10 per course*.
* Courses will be confirmed as running by EFC as soon as sufficient applications are received!
This course prepares the participant to interpret, find/design repairs within the limits of the Structural Repair Manual (SRM) according to with all other paperwork needed for repair. The course includes repair case studies that require the participant to determine allowable damage limits, composite part Identification, type of damage, and metallic and composite repair options.
Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to use the SRM to:
- Identify specific Airplane Composite parts and locations.
- Find allowable damage limits in the specific SRM chapters.
- Identify types of damage that can be repaired using the SRM chapters.
- Identify the differences between repair types.
- Find repairs for specific damage exercises during the course.
- Find Wet Lay-up Repair processes in the SRM
There are no hands-on Practical workshop exercises
There are several SRM repair cases presented by the instructor on hand-outs that needed to be worked out the participant
Damaged composite parts will be presented to the participants do damage assessment and damage mapping and work out each separate repair case.
All SRM repair study assignments must be elaborated with an indication of the correct chapters and will be evaluated to all present in this course
No hands-on workshop exercises are presented in this course.
- Multiple choice questions from each of the teachings Level 1-2
including the work out several SRM repair cases
- Successful completion is 75% correct answers
- The examination will be closed book and can be conducted by a Part 147 approved Examiner upon request
- The practical mark will be the average of all marks gained from the practical exercises
- All grades will be recorded in the participant individual training records and kept on record at EFC for five year time (compliant with Reference EASA Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014) and the GDPR rules
- A certificate of accomplishment is handed out to each participant
- Assessment activities are built into our courses, to give feedback on the achievement and personal potential and kept a record in their personal logbook.
- The final outcome of the participant's Examination, assessment document and logbook per student will be digitally sent to your company responsible manager or HR department.
- We also comply with the European EASA rand GDPR rules as effective on May 25th, 2018 concerning storage of private information of participants who attended our courses.
This course can also be held at our facility in Leipzig Germany at the facilities of our partner HEICO. If you have a need for this, please contact our purchasing manager Rolf Hovener via his page.
Note for companies only:
If required, our Training courses can be tailored made to meet your specific needs.
Course dates as noted on our course schedule can be adjusted on request to meet your required starting date.
If you have a requirement for this, please contact our business development manager, Rolf Hovener, via his personal page.
For your company to benefit, this course can be held ‘On-Site’ at your facility under certain conditions.
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Courses as noted on our course schedule page can be run on request to meet your required start and end date.
All listed course prices are Excl VAT. (Dutch VAT is 21%). EFC complies with Dutch tax laws. On request, companies can be sent an invoice instead of paying direct On-line with PayPal, IDEAL or credit card.
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