Runway Rubber Removal

Runway Rubber Removal

106/110/AGA MTC PAV RRR
Standardized Training Package

Goal

To provide participants with Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes to monitor rubber deposits on runways and apply appropriate removal methodology to obtain requisite friction level.


Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  •  Initiate suitable NOTAM action to measure friction value of runway surface and for runway rubber removal
  • Identify causes of reduction in friction value of runway surface and its effect on aircraft movement on active runway
  • Appreciate importance of maintaining requisite friction value on runways
  • Measure runway friction value with the help of friction tester
  • Measure runway friction value when no friction tester is available.
  • Identify the low-friction areas
  • Apply appropriate rubber deposit removal method considering the runway surface material and extent of deposits

 


Structure

  • Module 0: Introduction
  • Module 1: Initiate NOTAM Action
  • Module 2: Measure Friction Values of Runway Surface
  • Module 3: Remove Rubber

Primary Target Population

Primary Target Population:

  • Airside Maintenance Engineers

Entry Requirements

The primary target population should be graduate engineers in Civil Engineering with at least six months work experience in the maintenance areas. The secondary population should be graduate in any discipline with 1 year experience in their respective field.

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Course Info
Language: English
Delivery Mode: Classroom
Duration: 5 Days / 28 Hours
Level: Technical
Max Participants: 20 (30 with 2 instructors)