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Query with the list of work orders
with AWM requirements. AWP Displays the Active Work Order
Query window with the list of work
orders with AWP requirements. CDI Displays the active work orders
awaiting CDI sign-off. MC Displays the active work orders
awaiting Maintenance Control's
approval. 4 Click Close to return to the Aircraft VED. 354 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Automated Aircraft Discrepancy Book
The ADB option on the Aircraft VED enables you, as maintenance
managers as well as pilots-in-command, to review the current status,
material condition, configuration, and safety of an aircraft before its
acceptance and scheduled flight. The ADB is a tool provided by the
Maintenance Subsystem to facilitate that review. The window displays
various tabs and sub tabs that specifically reflect the maintenance data
performed against the selected aircraft. The default window shows the
Acceptance For Flight tab and consists of the A-Sheet sub tab where you
can document the aircraft service, inspection, and acceptance of the
aircraft. Usage values in the ADB displays 3 digits to the right of the
decimal when the usage requires it (3456.917). In some cases where the
usage value is only in tenths, the usage displays in either tenths (3456.9)
or 3 digits (3456.900).
Personnel responsible for maintaining the ADB are assigned specific
SMQs and Task Codes. The task code gives each personnel permission to
perform a specific task. The following are the task codes associated with
Personnel Task Code Permission Plane Captain/
Work Center PCSIG Sign-off Plane Captain field. Maintenance Control
Officer MNTCNTSO Sign-off Maint Control field.
Add/Update A-Sheet. Maintenance Control
Manager/Clerks CONADB Add a contingency A-Sheet. Safety Officer/
Personnel SFFLT Sign-off Safety of Flight field.
Add/Update A-Sheet. Pilot-in-Command ACFTSO Sign-off Pilot field. CDI/QAR LCARDREF Add or delete local (MRC)
cards. Work Center
O Sign-off work order. The ADB contains the AIA (Aircraft Inspection and Acceptance), which
is one of the most critical aspects for releasing an aircraft for flight. It
also reflects all open and closed work orders for the last ten subsequent
flights, consumption data, near due inspections, and component removals. How to Access the Automated Aircraft Discrepancy Book
1 Open the Aircraft VED (see "Open a VED" on page 342). 2 Right-click the Modex and select ADB. Chapter 5 Maintenance Subsystem 355 Automated Aircraft Discrepancy - Tabs
For descriptions and procedures for each tab, see the applicable topic
listed under "In This Section." Open Work Orders Tab
The Open Work Orders tab on the Automated Aircraft Discrepancy Book
enables you to view or print work orders that are still outstanding against
a selected aircraft.
The tab appears with the Discrepancy sub tab as the default. The
Discrepancy sub tab displays the count of MCNs for each type work
order on the lower left area. To...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2013 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '13 term at Voorhees.
- Fall '13