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MDE 2563 Maintenance Management

S.NO 1 2 3 4 5

NAME Khairul Fadzli Sukoryoh Ahmad Zuriyadi bin Pawzi Justin Chan Tuck Leong Muhammad Hazwan Abd Lateb Naveentharan Gengatharan

STUDENT ID MD131044 MD131032 MD131042 MD131029 MD121080

Example:a) An engine failure that forced an emergency landing of a Spirit Airlines Inc jet near Dallas (16 Oct 2013) b) A Nigerian charter plane with 20 people on board suffered engine failure shortly after takeoff from Lagos on Thursday, crash-landing near an airport fuel depot and killing at least 14 people (4 Oct 2013) c) However the ratio is very insignificant d) Insight on the people who prevent from crashes

Prepare for maintenance for the work Estimate time required for each step List special skills and tools needed What are the hazards and PPE required? Need Permits and Lock Out ? Disposal of waste

Engine Overhaul Schedule


P.NO. T58
T58 T58 T58 T58 T58

S.NO 01
02 03 04 05 06

JAN

FEB

MAC

APR

MAY

JUNE

JUL

X X X X X X

Maintenance Plan for Work

Maintenance Plan for Work


Engine Removal Engine Visual Inspection e.g. Compressor Vanes Engine accessories and segment removal and disassembly

Engine Testing and Adjustment

Engine accessories and segment assembly

Sending each accessories and segment to Maintenance , Repair, Overhaul (MRO)

Install /reattach to aircraft wing

Maintenance Plan for Work

Time Estimation for Each Steps


ACTIVITIES AND S.NO (NO OF MAN POWER) 1 2 Engine Removal (5) Engine Visual Inspection e.g. Compressor Vanes (2) Engine accessories and segment removal and disassembly (8) Sending each accessories and segment to Maintenance , Repair, Overhaul (MRO) (4) Engine accessories and segment assembly (8) Engine Testing and Adjustment (5) Install /reattach to aircraft wing(5) DURATION OF ACTIVITIES (WEEK)

4 5 6 7

Special Skills and Tools Needed

Special tools required Overhead Crane Portable engine stand Cart corrosion Control Boroscopes wrench sets clamping tools common tools engine maintenance sling spectrometric oil analyzer engine vibration analyzer

Documentation Technical manual/orders engine log book engine componenent/accessories log card work/job card Component Tags

Consumable items cleaning materials (eg dry cleaning solvent, B&B 3100) Lubricants (eg. Engine lubrication oil, grease, penetrating oil Marking supplies (eg, chalk, marker, grease pencil) Preservation materials (eg Corrosion Preventive Compound) Refinish and Touchup Supplies (eg. Paint, Thinner) Sealants

Special Skills and Tools Needed


engine testing and adjustment

engine general assembly/d isassembly

Approved and Certified in

specified section/ components

testing equipment operator

Hazards and PPE Required


Hazards Handling with Chemical and Solvent Extended exposure to engine heat Replacement of activities are done in the high location

Noise polution during engine ground run Tripping hazard due to oil leak

Hazards and PPE Required

Maintenance authorization
Aviation maintenance activities are subjected to Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) rules and regulation. All of the maintenance activities must be approved and authorized by the DCA before maintenance activities are conducted The purpose of the DCA issuing its rules and regulations is to ensure that all of the aircrafts and components are to be maintained properly and remain airworthy.

Disposal of Waste
Method of Disposal
Waste must be disposed in an authorised disposal area Waste may be retained for a certain time before disposal (schedule waste disposal Must be shipped in acceptable container wih proper packaging Hazadous waste has to be properly labelled Licensed transporter to handle the hazardous waste to the desginated area

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