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  1. [also referred to as Acceptance Quality Limit] The maximum percentage or proportion of nonconforming units in a lot or batch that, for purposes of acceptance sampling, would be considered satisfactory as a process average. [9138]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 03 Apr 2018
  1. The establishment of a record that signifies verification that the product is compliant with all the specified requirements. In Self Verification programs, the organization clearly specifies the detail and extent of the approved operator’s acceptance authority. [9162]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 14 Feb 2018

1. The means defined by the organization to document the status of outputs with respect but not limited to conformity, configuration, monitoring and measuring requirements and identification throughout the product life cycle. [SCMH Section 3.12]

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Media otoritas penerimaan/persetujuan
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Created: 14 Feb 2018
Updated: 17 May 2018
  1. Inspection in which decisions are made to accept or not accept a lot (or other grouping of product or material) based on the results of a sample or samples selected from that lot or grouping. [9138]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 15 Feb 2018
  1. Testing conducted in an operational environment to determine whether a product satisfies its acceptance criteria. [9005]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 11 Jul 2013
  1. A body recognized by an IAQG sector that has the primary responsibility for the accreditation of CRBs to issue certifications/registrations to AQMS standards. [9104/2][9104/3]
  2. A body approved by an IAQG sector that has the primary responsibility for the accreditation of CBs to issue certifications to AQMS standards. [9104/1]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 14 Feb 2018
  1. A structured process that drives a quality focused approach to product development through the use of a phased planning process within which specific deliverables are established, monitored, and tracked to closure, while highlighting and mitigating risks as they are identified. [9145]
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先期產品品質規劃
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planification anticipée de la qualité produit
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תכנון מתקדם לאיכות המוצר
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Perencanaan Mutu Produk Lanjut
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Pianificazione avanzata della qualità di prodotto
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先行製品品質計画
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특정 산출물을 설정, 모니터링 및 추적하여 단계별로 계획 프로세스를 사용하여 제품 개발에 대한 품질 중심의 접근 방식을 유도하고 식별 된 위험을 강조 표시하고 완화하는 구조화 된 프로세스 [9145]
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Planejamento Avançado de Qualidade de Produto
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Перспективное планирование качества продукции
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Planificación de calidad avanzada por fases
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ileri ürün kalite planlaması (APQP)
Created: 25 Apr 2017
Updated: 02 Apr 2018
  1. A document published by the FAA to provide guidance and information in a designated subject area or to show a method acceptable to the (FAA) Administrator for complying with a related Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) [AC 2-13] [9034]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 07 Aug 2013
  1. The business of design, manufacture, maintenance, distribution, and support of aviation vehicles and engines, accessories and component parts, all ancillary and allied businesses, including aerospace vehicle operations. This also includes Space and Defense. [9104/2][9104/3]
  2. The business of design, manufacture, maintenance, distribution, or support of aviation, space, and defense vehicles, engines, accessories, or component parts; and all ancillary and allied businesses, including vehicle maintenance and parts distribution operations. [9104/1]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 14 Feb 2018
  1. An auditor that has met the requirements set forth in 9104/1 and this document. Sectors mays use other names for ‘Auditor’, Aerospace Auditor’, and ‘Aerospace Experience Auditor’ (AEA) as long as the requirements of 9104/1 and this document (9104/2 and 9104/3) are applied. [9104/3]
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航空航天经历审核员
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航太主任稽核員
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Ervaren lucht- en ruimtevaart auditor
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auditeur expérimenté aérospatial
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Luft- und Raumfahrt erfahrener Auditor
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סוקר עם נסיון תעופתי
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auditor berpengalaman kedirgantaraan
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valutatore con esperienza aerospaziale
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航空宇宙産業経験審査員
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항공경력심사원
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Auditor com experiência aeroespacial
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аудитор авиакосмической промышленности
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auditor con experiencia aeroespacial
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havacılık ve uzay tecrübesi olan tetkikçi
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 11 Jul 2013
  1. An aircraft, rotorcraft, guided weapon, launcher, spacecraft, other product designed to travel through the air, inside or outside the ground effect, or to travel outside the influence of the earth’s atmosphere, or major components of these products such as engines or major sub-systems or parts, appliances, equipment, and materials as contained in these. [9104/3]

 

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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 06 Jun 2016
  1. A quality management system based upon ISO 9001 that includes additional aviation, space, and defense requirements, as established in IAQG standards 9100, 9110, and 9120. (9104/1)
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航空航天质量管理体系
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航太品質管理系統
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Kwaliteit management systeem voor lucht en ruimtevaart
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System de Management de la Qualité Aerospatiale (SMQA)
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Qualitätsmanagementsysteme der Luft- und Raumfahrt
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מערכות ניהול איכות בתעופה
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Sistem Manajemen Mutu Dirgantara
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sistema di gestione per la qualità aerospaziale
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航空宇宙品質マネジメントシステム
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항공품질경영시스템
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Sistema de gestão da qualidade aeroespacial
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Система Менеджмента Качества в Авикосмической промышленности
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sistemas de gestion de la calidad aeroespacial
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havacılık ve uzay kalite yönetim sistemleri
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 14 Feb 2018
  1. Standards published under the umbrella of IAQG generally referred to as 9100, 9110, and 9120. NOTE: In some countries these standards are published with different designations. [9104/3]

 

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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 16 Nov 2016

A person with the demonstrated attributes (i.e., training, audit experience, industry experience) and competence to conduct an audit on aviation, space, and defense organizations. An AQMS auditor is defined as either an Aerospace Experience Auditor (AEA) or an Aerospace Auditor (AA), and shall have met the requirements set forth in 9104/3 and section 7 of this standard. NOTE: The term ‘Aerospace Auditor’ (AA) is the same as the term ‘auditor’ defined in 9104/3. IAQG sectors may use other names for an AQMS auditor as long as the requirements of this standard and 9104/3 are applied. (9104/1)

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Created: 16 Nov 2016
Updated: 16 Nov 2016
  1. State of an article or product conforming to its type design and being in a condition for safe operation. [9120]
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适航性
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適航性
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Luchtwaardigheid
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navigable
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lufttüchtig
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כשיר לטיסה
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kelaikan udara
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aeronavigabile
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耐空性
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감항
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Aeronavegável
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Летногодный
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aeronavegable
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uçuşa uygun
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 14 Nov 2016

1. The act of granting product qualification certification approval based on testing that has been carried out on similar qualified product; where the new standard product's manufacturing method is substantially the same as the manufacturing method of the existing qualified product. [9133A]

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Created: 03 Jun 2016
Updated: 14 Feb 2018
  1. An arithmetic process developed for the purpose of comparing several sample means by partitioning the total variation of a set of data into components associated with recognized sources of variation. [9138]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 15 Feb 2018

(also referred to as Obvious Cause, Direct Cause, or Immediate Cause) 

1. The event or action that immediately results in or precedes the nonconformity
NOTE: This is generally NOT the root cause. [9136]

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明顯原因
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cause apparente
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offensichtliche Ursache
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גורם משוער
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Penyebab Kentara
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Causa apparente
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明確な原因
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(명백한 원인, 직접 원인 또는 즉각적인 원인이라고도 함)부적합이 발생하거나 부적합을 초래하는 사건이나 행동참고 : 일반적으로 근본적 원인이 아님. [9136]
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Causa imediata
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Явная причина
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Causa aparente
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görünür sebep
Created: 13 Apr 2017
Updated: 02 Apr 2018

Request by the provider of the object of conformity assessment to the conformity assessment body or AB for reconsideration by that body of a decision it has made relating to that object (see ISO/IEC 17000). An appeal can be lodged by any entity within the ICOP scheme. (9104/2)

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Appel
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Einspruch
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ערעור
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Permohonan
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Ricorso
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異議申立て
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Апелляция
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Apelación/Recurso
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Created: 23 Nov 2016
Updated: 05 Apr 2018
  1. A documented link between a DO and PO that describes the required co-ordination necessary to ensure airworthiness data and continuing airworthiness matters is satisfactory and meets regulatory authority requirements. [9107A]
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特定方案
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Intentionally Blank
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Geschikte/Passende regeling
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Agencement approprié
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Org. Vereinbarung bzgl. der Übergabe der Entwicklungs- und Herstellverantwortung
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הקשר מתועד
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pengaturan yang memadai
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accordo appropriato
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Intentionally Blank
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적절한 협약서
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Disposição adequada
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Соглашение по летной годности
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acuerdo apropiado/acuerdo válido
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uygun düzen
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 14 Feb 2018
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