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FAA Oversight of Procedures and Technologies to Prevent and Mitigate the Effects of Dense, Continuous Smoke in the Cockpit
Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
The Fed. Aviation Admin. (FAA) Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 required this study on the effectiveness of the FAAńˇ╗s oversight of the use of new technologies to prevent or mitigate the effects of dense, continuous smoke in the cockpit of commercial aircraft. FAA oversees these procedures and technologies as part of its mission to provide the safest, most efficient aerospace system. The initial phase of the research for this report determined that there was only one technology that was developed to specifically target dense, continuous smoke in the cockpit and that this type of event occurred so infrequently that it was not practical for the researchers to evaluate the effectiveness of FAA's oversight. However, they were able to identify relevant procedures that are more broadly targeted -- for instance, at smoke, fire, or fume events. The report gathered stakeholders' views regarding the effectiveness of FAA's oversight of these procedures and the technologies related to preventing or mitigating the effects of dense, continuous smoke in the cockpit. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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