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AIRCRAFT
CABIN INTERIOR SYSTEM
AND
ICE & RAIN SYSTEM
ATA 25 EQUIPMENT & FURNISHING
ATA 30 ICE & RAIN SYSTEM
ATA 38 WATER & WASTE SYSTEM
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COURSE CODE : AJD 20903


GEN. INTRO TO CABIN INTERIOR
FLIGHT COMPARTMENT EQUIPMENTS
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT EQUIPMENTS
GALLEY SYSTEMS
TOILET SYSTEMS
POTABLE WATER & WASTE SYSTEMS
CARGO SYSTEMS
EMERGENCY EQUIPMENTS
ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION
ICE DETECTION SYSTEM
ANTI-ICING SYSTEM
DE-ICING SYSTEM
RAIN CONTROL SYSTEM
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Introduction to Aircraft
Cabin Interior Systems
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For the purposes of this study, the


INTERIOR OF AN AIRCRAFT
is considered to be everything that is contained
inside the pressure shell, which is commonly
known as,

the INNER part of the AIRCRAFT FUSELAGE.


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THE FUSELAGE
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AN AIRCRAFT INTERIOR IS DESIGNED TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF:

1) the National Aviation Authority and other Regulatory Agencies


2) the Airlines,
3) airline passengers and crews
4) the aircraft manufacturers.
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TYPICAL CABIN PANEL CONSTRUCTIONS


(courtesy of The Boeing Company).
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FLIGHT COMPARTMENT
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PASSENGER COMPARTMENT

COURSE CODE : AJD 20903


GEN. INTRO TO CABIN INTERIOR
FLIGHT COMPARTMENT EQUIPMENTS
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT EQUIPMENTS
GALLEY SYSTEMS
TOILET SYSTEMS
POTABLE WATER & WASTE SYSTEMS
CARGO SYSTEMS
EMERGENCY EQUIPMENTS
ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION
ICE DETECTION SYSTEM
ANTI-ICING SYSTEM
DE-ICING SYSTEM
RAIN CONTROL SYSTEM
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CARGO AREA
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Aircraft Cabin
Regulatory
Requirements
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Authority Requirements

-COMFORT
-CONVENIENCE
-SAFETY
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Cabin Pressurization
Cabin pressurization is the active pumping of compressed air into the cabin of an aircraft in
order to ensure the safety and comfort of the occupants. It becomes necessary when the
aircraft reaches a certain altitude, because the natural atmospheric pressure would be too low
to supply sufficient oxygen to the passengers. Without pressurization, one could suffer from
altitude sickness including HYPOXIA.

If a pressurized aircraft suffers a pressurization failure above 10,000 feet (or 3,000 meters),
then it could be deemed as an EMERGENCY. Should this situation occur, the aircraft should
begin an emergency descent and oxygen masks should be activated for all occupants.

In the majority of passenger aircraft, the passengers' oxygen masks are activated
automatically if the cabin pressure falls below the Atmospheric Pressure equivalent of 14,000
feet ( or 4,500 meters)
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Layout of Passenger
Arrangements
(LOPA)
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-is an Engineering Diagram outlining the


aircrafts cabin interior that includes, but
is not limited into , locations of passenger
and crew seats, emergency equipments,
lavatories, galleys, and exits.

-A detailed LOPA leads the reviewer


through the complete aircraft interior
design/ layout and is a DOCUMENT that
certifies the interior components and
installations.
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SUMMARY
&
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