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Structural Repair Manual (SRM)

1. Presentation
1.1. Text
Text throughout the Structural Repair Manual shall be minimized as much as practicable.

1.2. Illustrations
Choose the style (such as perspective, isometric, or orthographic) of each illustration to convey the required information most clearly.

1.3. Standard Practices and Structures - General
Standard practices, general procedures, definitions, a listing of principle structural elements shall be included in [Chapter (System) 51] as
noted in [Heading 3-3-8.1]
Typical repairs shall be maximized throughout the manual. [Chapter (System) 51] may be used for typical repairs suitable for use on
structural components covered in more than one chapter (Ref. [Figure 3-3-2.1]).

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2]. Structural Identification Chapters 52 through 57 shall include the identification of the materials used in the manufacture of the airplane.2.This material was created to be used in the electronic environment. Structural Identification (Part 1) Copyright © 2005 Air Transport Association of America.) Figure 3-3-2. Typical Repairs (Part 2) Section 00 may be used in a chapter for typical repairs suitable for use in more than one section within that chapter.1. (Ref. ATA accepts no responsibility or liability for the printed document. They shall indicate structural differences between airplanes of the same type that have been incorporated in production or retroactively. Output Page: . Figure 3-3-2. Inc.4. This enables the operator to identify the material of any significant component on any specific airplane in his fleet. All rights reserved. 1. [Figure 3-3-2.ATA iSpec 2200 .

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Allowable Damage (Part 1) Copyright © 2005 Air Transport Association of America. and significant drawing numbers including appropriate assembly drawing numbers. All rights reserved.ATA iSpec 2200 . such as cleanup or drilling stop holes. Allowable damage may be contingent upon minimal rework.3]).This material was created to be used in the electronic environment. ATA accepts no responsibility or liability for the printed document. Figure 3-3-2. [Figure 3-3-2.5. 1. material. Allowable Damage Allowable damage data permits an operator to ascertain whether a damaged airplane can return to service without repair. Figure 3-3-2. material information shall clearly define the finished heat treatment condition.3. Include Allowable Damage in the same subject as that assigned to the like subject coverage for structure identification (Ref.2. Structural Identification (Part 2) Illustrations and text concerning the aircraft structure shall use concise description. Damage permitted by these data must have no significant effect on the strength or fatigue life of the structure that must still be capable of fulfilling its design function. Where applicable. Inc. Output Page: .

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Allowable Damage (Part 2) Damage not necessitating repair shall be defined by illustrations and tabular data. provide a cross-reference so the reader can easily locate the data. Repairs Do not change or reuse a sequence number once it is assigned. ATA accepts no responsibility or liability for the printed document.ATA iSpec 2200 . Output Page: .4]). Use graphs liberally to define allowable damage. Give details of any cleanup or stop-drilling requirements to enable the airplane to return to service. the repair shall normally be under the subject with the lowest assigned subject number.3. The intent of these repairs is to enable the operator to rectify damage beyond the limits defined by the allowable-damage data.6. [Figure 3-3-2.This material was created to be used in the electronic environment. of specific damage to an applicable service bulletin repair. For example. at the beginning of each ATA section of the SRM (Ref. Whenever a typical repair is called out. Where a repair procedure involves more than one structural element. All rights reserved. Include repair instructions under each subject following the like coverage of structure identification and allowable damage. Inc. a large door frame repair with a small associated door skin repair would most logically be under the subject of doors. Figure 3-3-2. Provide a cross-reference. Alternatively. 1. Provide a cross-reference to an SRM typical repair for specific structural components in cases where specific repairs are not available in the repair Copyright © 2005 Air Transport Association of America. the repair may be under the subject of the most significant structural element.

k. [Figure 3-3-2. • A repair that has not been evaluated and analyzed for damage tolerance capability will be identified as a Permanent.a. Include a sequence of operations when such is required for successful completion. All rights reserved. or Time-limited repair.4]). fasteners.4]): • Repair type • Inspection threshold • Definition of inspection area utilizing an illustration. spacing. Use graphs liberally to define the allowable rework limits (Ref. hole sizes. etc. [Figure 3-3-2.This material was created to be used in the electronic environment. Inc. Copyright © 2005 Air Transport Association of America. time limit Interim and Time-limited repairs also require supplemental inspections and intervals and shall include the necessary information similar to the Category B and C repairs. when practical • A clear statement on the repair illustration that follow-on inspections are a necessary part of the repair • Inspection techniques and the corresponding intervals • References corresponding to the inspection intervals • For Category C repairs.ATA iSpec 2200 . the replacement/rework threshold a. Interim. Output Page: . Illustrated data shall depict details of all materials. ATA accepts no responsibility or liability for the printed document. There are two classifications of repairs in the SRM as follows: • A repair that has been evaluated and analyzed for damage tolerance capability will be identified as a Category A.. or C repair. topic of a chapter/section/subject. necessary to accomplish the repair. B. Category B and C repairs shall require supplemental inspections and shall include the following information (Ref.

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and repair. These topics are identified by a Pageblock subdivision within each subject as follows: Table 3-3-2. No. 1 Page 101 Oct 24/77 53-XX-03 Repair No. Service Bulletin Repair Cross-Reference (Continued) 1. for example. etc. 2 Page 101 Oct 24/77 53-XX-03 Repair No. 1 Page 1 Oct 24/77 53-XX-03 Allowable Damage No. stringers.1.ATA iSpec 2200 . 2 Page 201 Oct 24/77 Copyright © 2005 Air Transport Association of America. skins. Pageblocks Each subject (structural element. 2 Page 1 Oct 24/77 53-XX-03 Allowable Damage No. Page Footer Numbering Pageblock 0 Pageblock 1 Pageblock 2 Topic 1 53-XX-03 Struct. All rights reserved. Output Page: . Inc. Ident. Ident. 1 and continue numbering in unbroken sequence. ATA accepts no responsibility or liability for the printed document. Table 3-3-2. frames. allowable damage.) in Chapters 52 through 57 and [Chapter (System) 51] for typical repairs are further subdivided into topics. Pageblock Definitions Pageblock Definition 1-99 Structural Identification 101-199 Allowable Damage 201-999 Repairs Number the topics beginning with No.7. that is.2. No. structural identification.This material was created to be used in the electronic environment. 1 Page 201 Oct 24/77 Topic 2 53-XX-03 Struct.4. Figure 3-3-2.