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TRAINING MANUAL

ATA CHAPTER 06
DIMENSIONS & AREA
TRAINING MANUAL

This training manual is not a controlled document and can only be used for training and
reference. It is not intended to supercede the appropriate aircraft manual for the task at
hand. This current issue will not have revisions issued to it. It must be understood that
this manual cannot be used for maintenance.
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TABLE OF CONTENT

1 GENERAL ............................................................................4
1.1 Definition ........................................................................................................................... 4
1.1.1 Principal Dimensions ................................................................................................. 4
1.1.2 Aircraft Stations and Major Structural Members ........................................................ 4
1.1.3 Stations...................................................................................................................... 4
1.1.4 Major Structural Members.......................................................................................... 4
1.1.5 Work Zones ............................................................................................................... 4
1.1.6 Access Doors and Panels/Removable Fairings ......................................................... 4

2 DIMENSIONS .......................................................................5
2.1 Wing.................................................................................................................................. 5
2.2 Ailerons............................................................................................................................. 5
2.3 Flaps ................................................................................................................................. 5
2.4 Roll Spoiler ....................................................................................................................... 5
2.5 Ground Spoiler.................................................................................................................. 6
2.6 Horizontal Stabilizer .......................................................................................................... 6
2.7 Elevator............................................................................................................................. 6
2.8 Vertical Stabilizer .............................................................................................................. 6
2.9 Rudder .............................................................................................................................. 6
2.10 Fuselage ....................................................................................................................... 6
2.11 Passenger Compartment............................................................................................... 7
2.12 Baggage Compartment ................................................................................................. 8
2.13 Landing Gear................................................................................................................. 8
2.14 Doors and Emergency Exits .......................................................................................... 8
2.14.1 Doors ......................................................................................................................... 8
2.14.2 Emergency Exits........................................................................................................ 8

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3 REFERENCE LINES.......................................................... 10
3.1 Reference Lines .............................................................................................................. 10
3.2 Fuselage System............................................................................................................. 10

4 STATIONS ......................................................................... 12
4.1 Description ...................................................................................................................... 12
4.1.1 Fuselage Stations (x - axis)...................................................................................... 12
4.1.2 Water Lines (z - axis) ............................................................................................... 13
4.1.3 Buttock Lines (y - axis) ............................................................................................. 13
4.1.4 Wing Stations ........................................................................................................... 13
4.1.5 Vertical Stabilizer Stations........................................................................................ 14
4.1.6 Horizontal Stabilizer Stations ................................................................................... 14

5 ZONES............................................................................... 14

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1 GENERAL
This chapter gives details of the aircraft dimensions, stations, areas, work zones, access
doors and panels and removable fairings.

1.1 DEFINITION

The chapter is divided into sections to assist personnel in locating information. A brief
description of the sections is as follows:

1.1.1 Principal Dimensions

This section gives aircraft dimensions and technical data in tabular form .

1.1.2 Aircraft Stations and Major Structural Members

This section gives information on the aircraft stations and major components.

1.1.3 Stations

This section gives datum lines and frame and rib station numbers.
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1.1.4 Major Structural Members

This section provides information of the location of structural members in the aircraft.

1.1.5 Work Zones

This section gives work zones on the aircraft for equipment location purposes.

1.1.6 Access Doors and Panels/Removable Fairings

This section provides detailed information on the aircraft access doors and
panels/removable fairings.

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2 DIMENSIONS
Dimensions are measured in planes parallel or perpendicular to the fuselage reference
plane. Chord lines are measured as projections on the wing reference plane.

2.1 WING

Span 20 976 mm (68 ft 9.83 in.)


Area 40.0 m 2 (430.5 sq.ft)
Aspect ratio 11.0
Center section Tapered section Airfoil
Taper ratio 1.00 0.60
Sweepback of leading edge 0° 7.1°
Thickness 17.3% 13% (tip)
Front spar position, approx. 16.1%
Rear spar position, approx. 60%
Incidence 1.5° -0.5° (tip)

2.2 AILERONS

Span 2 x 3 147 mm (2 x 10 ft 4.90 in.)


Area 2 x 1.211 m 2 (2 x 13.07 sq.ft)
Deflection -30° +25°
Relative depth 25%

2.3 FLAPS

Type pivoting Fowler


Span 2 x 5 800 mm (2 x 19 ft 0.35 in.)
Area 2 x 3.80 m 2 (2 x 40.9 sq.ft)
Deflection max. 32°
Relative depth 30%

2.4 ROLL SPOILER

Deflection -68° (depending on aileron deflection)

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2.5 GROUND SPOILER

Deflection 69.6° (relative to the wing chord line)

2.6 HORIZONTAL STABILIZER

Span 6 700 mm (21 ft 11.76 in.)


Area 9.03 m 2 (97.2 sq.ft)
Aspect ratio 4.97

2.7 ELEVATOR

Area 2 x 1.54 m 2 (2 x 16.6 sq.ft)


Deflection 30° up / 25° down

2.8 VERTICAL STABILIZER

Height (above WL 3435) 4 323 mm (14 ft 2.20 in.)


Area 11.06 m 2 (119.05 sq.ft)
Area Dorsal fin 1.345 m 2 (14.48 sq.ft)

2.9 RUDDER

Area 3.92 m 2 (42.19 sq.ft)


Deflection +20° -24°
Stops for spring tab ±21°

2.10 FUSELAGE

Overall length 20 915 mm (68 ft 7.43 in.)


Height 2 426 mm (7 ft 11.51 in.)
Width 2 415 mm (7 ft 11.08 in.)
Cross section 4.68 m 2 (50.38 sq.ft)
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Figure 1 Fuselage

2.11 PASSENGER COMPARTMENT

Overall length, max 10 350 mm (33 ft 11.47 in.)


Maximum width 2 180 mm (7 ft 1.80 in.)
Aisle height 1 863 mm (6 ft 1.23 in.)
Floor width 1 825 mm (5 ft 11.8 in.)
Floor area (approx.) 18.69 m 2 (201.18 sq.ft)
Volume (approx.) 33.50 m 3 (1183.04 cu.ft)

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2.12 BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT

Overall length, max 2 640 mm (8 ft 7.94 in.)


Average width 1 900 mm (6 ft 2.80 in.)
Maximum height 1 830 mm (6 ft 0.05 in.)
Floor area (approx.) 4.10 m 2 (44.13 sq.ft)
Volume (approx.) 6.40 m 3 (226.01 cu.ft)

2.13 LANDING GEAR

Wheel base 7 413 mm (24 ft 3.84 in.)


Wheel track 3 220 mm (10 ft 6.77 in.)

2.14 DOORS AND EMERGENCY EXITS

2.14.1 Doors

Passenger crew door 786 x 1790 mm (31 x 70


in.) Sill height, approx. 1 130 mm (3 ft 8.48 in.)

Cargo door 1 022 x 1 542 mm (40.2 x 60.7 in.)


Sill height, approx. 1 190 mm (3 ft 10.85 in.)

Service door 508 x 1 250 mm (20 x 49.2 in.)


Sill height, approx. 1 130 mm (3 ft 8.4 in.)

2.14.2 Emergency Exits

Type II Exits
NOTE : The service door is an emergency exit type

Type III Exits 508 x 916 mm (20 x 36 in.)

Crew hatch 508 x 484 mm (20 x 19 in.)

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Figure 2 Emergency exit

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3 REFERENCE LINES
The aircraft stations diagram shows five major components of the aircraft drawn in relation
to their respective reference planes.

These components are:

- Fuselage - shown in side elevation and plan


- Wing - shown in plan
- Vertical stabilizer - shown in side elevation
- Horizontal stabilizer - shown in plan
- Power plant - plan detail

3.1 REFERENCE LINES

Reference lines are defined by a system of coordinates each identified by its applicable
zone number.

The following system of coordinates is used:


100/1 Fuselage
300/1 Vertical stabilizer
330/1 Horizontal stabilizer
400/1 Power plant
500/1 Wing

3.2 FUSELAGE SYSTEM

The fuselage system of coordinates is the reference system for all other systems of
coordinates.

The fuselage system is defined as follows:

X-Axis
The datum of the x-axis is located 1.500 m in front of the fuselage nose cone.
The x-axis is horizontal and parallel to the fuselage centerline (CL).

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Y-Axis
The datum of the y-axis is the fuselage center axis.
The y-axis is horizontal and at right angles to the fuselage centerline (CL).

Z-Axis
The datum of the z-axis is located 2.500 m below the fuselage center axis.
The z-axis is vertical and at right angles to the fuselage centerline (CL).

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4 STATIONS
This section provides information on the datum lines and frame/rib station numbers.

4.1 DESCRIPTION

4.1.1 Fuselage Stations (x - axis)

The location of the fuselage datum line is forward of the fuselage nose and identifies the
datum from which all the longitudinal positions are measured. These positions, which
continue toward the tail, are designated fuselage stations (STA) and are located in the
aircraft with a number which shows the distance of the position in mm from the fuselage
datum line, which itself is numbered STA0.0.

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4.1.2 Water Lines (z - axis)

The water lines (WL) are horizontal planes measured above a theoretical datum line.

4.1.3 Buttock Lines (y - axis)

The buttock line identifies a vertical plane (centerline) which divides the aircraft into two
equal parts. All the lateral positions (BL) are measured parallel to the left and right of the
centerline. The centerline itself is identified as BL0.0.

4.1.4 Wing Stations

The wing stations (WS) are located with a number which shows its distance in mm from the
wing centerline. The WS0.0 corresponds to BL0.0.

Figure 3 Wing Stations

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4.1.5 Vertical Stabilizer Stations

The zero reference datum point for the vertical stabilizer stations (VSS) is at the
intersection of WL2500 and STA17050. The VSS are at right angles to the vertical tail.

4.1.6 Horizontal Stabilizer Stations

The horizontal stabilizer stations (HSS) are parallel to, and measured from, the buttock line
of the aircraft. The HSS are numbered from HSS0.0 (buttock line) to HSS3073 at each
stabilizer tip.

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5 ZONES
Zone data are provided to facilitate maintenance and planning for the location of work
areas and components. The aircraft is divided into eight major zones which are numbered
from 100 to 800 in increments of 100. Each major zone is subdivided into major sub-zones.
As an example, the landing gear is located in major zone 700 and
the left main landing gear and doors are designated zone 721.

The eight major zones are identified as follows:

100 lower fuselage


200 upper fuselage
300 stabilizers
400 power plant
500 wing LH
600 wing RH
700 landing gear and doors
800 doors.
Figure 4 Tail

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