Maintenance

Maintaining an airport facility is a complicated task that requires the continual operation of a vast number of individual facilities that make up the airport as a whole. Pavements (airside and landside), buildings, electrical systems, and utilities are just a sample of the various systems that must be maintained.

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Maintenance

Consequences of Delayed Maintenance of Airport Assets

This research project will present a process for quantifying the consequences of delayed maintenance of airport assets. It will cover asset preservation policies, maintenance and budget needs, and the analyses of delayed maintenance scenarios. This process considers delayed maintenance caused by the inability to meet the owner-defined application schedule or the unavailability of the funds required to perform all needed ...more »

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Owner: T.J. Schulz

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Effective Removal and Temporary Application of Airfield Pavement Markings

The objective is to determine best practices for the safe, cost-effective, and environmentally acceptable removal of existing markings and application of temporary markings on aviation pavement. Behind the idea, the output should address the following questions: • How much removal is adequate to prevent confusion in the cockpit? • How much tolerance is there for altering the pavement surface? • Are there mechanical ...more »

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Owner: Gael Le Bris

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