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Other TitleReport on the results of stationary fight test: Safety management
Author(eng)Stationary Flight Test Team
Author Affiliation(jpn)宇宙航空研究開発機構
Author Affiliation(eng)Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Issue Date2006-10-31
PublisherJapan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
Publication date2006-10-31
AbstractPrior to conducting the low altitude stationary flight test program, we have discussed various issues with the Civil Aviation Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport to firm up the procedure for obtaining its flight test permissions. In conclusion, it was found that the permissions should be granted for the airship based on the assumption that it is a type of aircraft, and thus due procedure was followed in submitting the application. Since the examination of airworthiness is a required condition, we have established airworthiness standards for the low altitude stationary flight test airship, and verified the conformance of the test vehicle to the standards. Based on the results, we submitted the application for flight test permission in accordance with the provisory clause of Article 11. We have also discussed the details of flight operation with each relevant division of the Civil Aviation Bureau, and confirmed that permission is required for the absence of an on-board wireless telephone, absence of units for securing aircraft safety, takeoff and landing outside of airfield, unmanned aircraft operation, and airdrop of objects. Additionally, required flight test airspaces and forced landing sites have been determined. We have also discussed matters involved in the permissions regarding the flight crew; however, the application for the permission was found to be unnecessary. Nevertheless, as a conditional requirement for the implementation, training of personnel engaged in flight operations and in the control tower was carried out. Similarly, ground operation training was performed as well. Manuals and regulations covering the entire scope of these permissions have been established. To conduct the flight test with maximum safety, JAXA has conducted internal safety examinations to define the details of the airship system, test plan, and measures for ensuring flight safety, and proceeded to the next stage. Prior to the flight test, the reporting system was formulated, and the JAXA/NICT information exchange and the on-site accident management office were established. For the maintenance of the aircraft body, maintenance standards were established, and maintenance services were carried out in accordance with the maintenance manual. The corrective measures procedure for incidental failures was established, and the required measures were taken during the flight test in accordance with the procedure.
DescriptionJAXA Research and Development Memorandum
Keywordssafety management; flight test; airship; flight safety; manual; stationary flight test; flight permission; compliance matrix; flight control program; radio control; flight plan; 安全管理; 飛行試験; 飛行船; 飛行安全性; マニュアル; 定点飛行試験; 飛行許可; コンプライアンスマトリクス; 飛行制御プログラム; 無線制御; 飛行計画
Document TypeTechnical Report
JAXA Category研究開発資料
Report NoJAXA-RM-06-002

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