AE413E - Aircraft certification

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AE413E - Aircraft certification

Objectives

General objective:

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to present the aircraft safety system through the applicable regulations and airworthiness principles.

Detailed objectives:

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Define the safety objectives and describe the regulatory means to reach and maintain this level of safety

- Present the main principles of the Chicago Convention, including the ICAO standards and recommended practices
- Describe the EASA scope of competencies, and the EU/EASA regulatory structure (basic regulation, Parts, CS, AMC/GM)
- Quote the applicable international standards (ICAO) and the applicable European regulations / decisions, for airworthiness and associated domains

- Remind the general principles laid down by ICAO, and quote the main applicable requirements (with a focus on EASA Part 21), for designing and manufacturing a product
- Explain what the DOA and POA are, and describe the associated constraints (EU system, equivalencies in other countries)
- Describe the type certification / validation process
- Describe the production / conformity process (up to the delivery of a certificate of airworthiness)

- Apply these principles to simple case studies


Hours

  • Lectures : 24
  • Supervised Work : 4
  • Labs work : 12

Form of assessment

Total assessment hours: 2

This course is part of the programme

In brief

ECTS credits 3

Number of hours 30

Teaching language
Anglais

Contact(s)

Muriel GIZARDIN

Phone : +33 5 62 17 44 12

Email : muriel.gizardin @ enac.fr

Pascale PUEL

Email : pascale.puel-ext @ enac.fr