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Customer, CFR, and Derived Fault Cases with ARP 4754a and ARP 4761

Customer, CFR, and Derived Fault Cases with ARP 4754a and ARP 4761

Customer, CFR, and Derived Fault Cases with ARP 4754a and ARP 4761

Hi All!

Would not know if I am missing anything with how to account for all fault tree cases in a Business Jet Aviation Environment. But I think I might be close, but still yet to arrive at that cigar.

1.) Customer Cases
2.) Cases required from the FAA by 14 CFR Part 25, 33, 34, and 36.
3.) Derived cases, with inputs from the customer and the FAA to axiom development, as guided by ARP 4754a for tracing cases to requirements and 4761 for developing feasible failure modes, to include failure rates, in faults.

I am indeed here to learn.

If I listed any translations of anything, out of seeming coherence, please do let me know.



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