Although NEF is listed under Chapter 25, it may address items that passenger convenience items and are addressed as per ATA 38 items. Chapter 05 • Periodic Inspections • Time Limit • Scheduled Maintenance Checks • [As Required]. Introduction. Operations Information. Periodic Inspections. General. Time Limits. Scheduled Maintenance Checks. [As Required].
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The breakdown within the hierarchy is inconsistent; in some branches, elements appear to be missing here indicated through boxes with hatched frames. Ata chapters and subchapters manual introduction only assumes three ATA levels: With good luck, an oil cooling subsystem diagram contextualising the description can be found 19 pages away.
When following the page references, one finds two near-identical tasks, one in each section. Both tasks relate to similar fault indications: Also, these two sections do not cross-reference each other.
Component coverage is equally obscure. Instead, the oil tank cap, although clearly a part of the oil tank, is listed on the component level. Should the restriction ata chapters and subchapters three levels have motivated the omission of the tank?
Its inclusion would have made the inconsistency of having component and component part on the same level of hierarchy too obvious.
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Another example are the figure reference numbers. When following up a figure reference, one often finds the respective figure separated by many pages from the reference in the text. Figure numbers often compete with page numbers: Moving from the figure to the corresponding text is even more difficult.
Five-element task ata chapters and subchapters are listed in figure captions such as Fig.
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To find the task, one is forced to ata chapters and subchapters all the pages of the topic for the task code since neither the function element nor the sequential number correspond to any numerical sequence of task codes within the body of text.
ATA layout The problems caused through the ATA architecture are compounded by a layout using monospace font, frequent capitalisation and poor visual structuring which flattens the document hierarchy. There is no cueing visualising the hierarchy of section, sub-section, and subject; the list of contents, for ata chapters and subchapters, makes no use of indentation.
In task descriptions, task headings are rendered in the same font, size, and text style as the rest of the text. Most pages look very similar, with little visual landmarks for orientation.
Once in the middle of a task description, there is no indication of the task to which the text belongs. To find out, one has to browse backwards until one discovers the rather undistinguished beginning of the task description.
Because of the similar look, it is easy to loose sight ata chapters and subchapters the current task.
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Only the ATA reference in the lower right corner is heavily emphasised; however, the need to remember its second two ata chapters and subchapters elements and the page number which in itself falls into a semantic first digit and sequential pair of digits makes memorising page numbers rather difficult.
Includes items such as control handles, cables, warning systems, linkages, spoilers, drag devices, position indicators, etc.
Does not include locking the control by means of flight control boost system. Includes items such as control handles, cables, actuators, linkages, warning systems, control surfaces, position indicators, etc.
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