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AIR6212 - The potential usage of health monitoring techniques and technologies on aircraft operations during or after active volcanic events.

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Document Number: AIR6212
Project Initiation: 12-08-2011
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Sponsor Name: Mervyn D. Floyd
Title
The potential usage of health monitoring techniques and technologies on aircraft operations during or after active volcanic events.
Scope
1. To determine the observable and non-observable (from a strictly monitoring viewpoint) methods in which the identified susceptibilities can be tracked and/or managed during or after an event and to record these in a matrix form. This matrix will be circulated to the other SAE groups with expertise in related topics with a request for them to complete. 2. The HM-1 committee will work with FAA, EASA *, ICAO, Industry and others to produce an SAE ARP that will provide details on the applicability of aircraft health monitoring technologies that can be used for assessing the safety, operational and maintenance effects related to volcanic ash incidents. *in particular to take into account the results of the intended EASA Advance Notice of Proposal relative to volcanic ash airworthiness issues
Rationale
To align expertise within the SAE technical standards committees by producing an Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) relating to the potential usage of health monitoring techniques and technologies on aircraft operations during or after active volcanic events.
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