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A system to support maintenance, approached with respect to particular maintenance actions. The modelling of a smart system to support maintenance of multi-role aircraft. Diagnostic- properties determining accomplishment of an air operation. A standard maintenance cycle. A maintenance programme targeted at the multi-role aircraft fleet.

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] Markowska K.: Proces realizacji usługi transportowej drogowej w centrum dystrybucji wybranego operatora logistycznego. Systemy Logistyczne. Teoria i praktyka, Wydanie I, Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Warszawkiej, Warszawa 2017 r. [7] Pakiet Statistica PL dla Windows [Windows Statistica PL Package] . Ed. StatSoft, Kraków 2014. [8] Poświata A., Wesołowski M.: Bezpieczeństwo i niezawodność wykonywania operacji lotniczych na obiektach lotniskowych Sił Zbrojnych RP [Safety and reliability of air operations at airfield facilities of the Polish Armed Forces]. Współczesne

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The article presents the method for determining the skid resistance properties by estimating quantities characterizing the conditions on the airfield functional elements’ pavements. The skid resistance properties characterise the aircraft’ tire grip to the airfield functional element’s pavements, and this is the ability to produce a friction force between the airfield functional element’s pavement and the aircraft’s wheels under mutual skid conditions. The adhesion is affected by the pavement type and its condition, as well as the presence of contamination, and atmospheric conditions in the vicinity of the airfield. Throughout the world, measures aimed at development of a model for assessing the conditions of the airfield functional elements’ pavements are undertaken. A key element of this process is the personnel identifying specific situations as well as the pilots using the information for safe manoeuvring, especially landing.

7. References [1] Blacha K., Wesołowski M.: Zależność wskaźnika nośności PCN od liczby operacji lotniczych przy określaniu nośności konstrukcji nawierzchni lotniskowych metodą ACN-PCN [Dependency of the load capacity PCN index and the allowable air operations number when determining the airfield pavements load capacity with the ACN-PCN method], Logistyka nr [Logistics no.] 6/2014. [2] Blacha K., Wesołowski M.: Analysis of the load capacity of rigid airfield pavements according to the ACN-PCN method’s assumptions, Logistyka nr [Logistics no.] 6/2015. [3] Jemielita

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Combat missions of both a single multi-role aircraft and a group of aircraft. Compatibility and readiness - properties determining accomplishment of an air operation. Scenarios of air operations. Models of air-to-air and air-to-surface operations (AAO and ASO, respectively). Computer modelling of air missions.

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Combat missions of both a single multi-role manned aircraft (MMRA) and a group of aircraft. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and operations thereof. Airspace for combat missions. Issues of UAV control. Scenarios of air operations with MMRA and UAVs engaged. The risk of collision in the airspace. Probability that flight routes overlap and hence, the risk of collision.

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Risk management is one of the most important tools of modern systemic approach to process modeling. Generally, it may be described as a system of interrelated actions and decisions aimed at integration and coordination of processes in the organization, in cooperation with the external parties. The aim of management is therefore to improve the proficiency, effectiveness and efficiency of the operation and - in the case of risk management arising from the transport processes - to improve flight safety. The publication describes a proposal of risk management method in air transport including analysis of areas threats to civil air operations.

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The article discusses the automatic control system of the Diamond DA42 aircraft anti-icing system. In the analysis of the issue of icing, four parameters were taken into account: air temperature, cloud humidity, temperature of the aircraft and precipitation. On the basis of the initial parameters, the authors determined the icing intensity, which is likely to occur on the aircraft skin. By automating the activities related to the activation of the de-icing system, it is possible to significantly relieve the pilot and increase the safety of air operations, particularly in conditions, which are conducive to the formation of icing. The authors performed a thirty-minute electronic simulation of the flight in real atmospheric conditions. The article discusses the obtained results of the simulation. Designed system uses fuzzy logic. The system inputs and output were determined and fuzzy expert inference system was developed in MATLAB software and Fuzzy Logic Toolbox. The proper system work was verified with use of MATLAB/Simulink software. Use of that kind of systems can significantly relieve the pilot and increase the safety of air operations, particularly in conditions, which are conducive to the formation of icing.

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In recent years, the aviation sector has been developing dynamically. The constant increase in the number of passengers contributes to an escalation in the number of air operations. This trend is mainly due to the increased traffic not only in airspace but also within airports. The large concentration of aircraft at the largest airports makes ground-flying phases such as taxiing or take-off becoming a challenge for pilots, ground services, and air traffic controllers. An intensive operation of many objects on the airport's manoeuvring areas can lead to collisions between them. Global air traffic is growing constantly, with record numbers of air operations and passengers carried. The probability of a collision increases, which leads not only to the cancellation of the flight but also to the significant costs of the aircrafts repair. The statistical analysis allows to highlight the problems related to the issue of ground collisions at airports and can also confirm the thesis concerning the growth and density of air traffic.