Modification Flight Controls - Webklik

Modification Flight Controls - Webklik

ContentsIntroduction ................................................................................................................................................... 11. Problem definition ................................................................................................................................. 22. Objective ............................................................................................................................................... 23. Delimitation ........................................................................................................................................... 34. Reading List ........................................................................................................................................... 75. Appendix list .......................................................................................................................................... 92

IntroductionThe project group 2A1A, from ‘Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Aviation Studies’, has been assigned by Rotterdamthe Hague Airport to locate a new area, for a new airport that has to take over the general aviation[GA] that now operates on Rotterdam the Hague airport. This is required because Rotterdam airporttends to reach their noise nuisance maximums. Rotterdam airport therefore wants to use their currentspace and number of movements for more business aviation, because the number of movements hasbeen limited. General Aviation are all civilian flying except scheduled passenger airlines. The new areaneeds to be designed properly, so Rotterdam Airport will get an approval for building the new airport.Therefore there need to be looked at things like noise pollution and the length of the runway(s). The newairport will have the same facilities as the current airport.This start document consists of three chapters, which indicate the course that will be followed for thecomplete report.The description of situation and objectives will form the first chapter, in which the problems will be defined(1). The project group proceeds to formulate the result, as intended by the employer, in the objectivedefinition (2). According to the rules that are drawn up by the instructing party, a delimitation chapterwill follow (3). To structure the project, a pyramid model is made. Eventually, an explanation of thepyramid model will be given to indicate how the project group assembled the structure for the final report.The most significant sources used for the report are Wentzel (2009) and IJspeert (2009/2010). A completelist of literature that is used is put at the end of the report, where also the supplements section canbe found. The most important supplements are the project assignment(I) and the teamwork points thatneed to be improved(VII).1

1. Problem definitionThe board of Rotterdam The Hague Airport has given the assignment to project group 2A1A to researchthe possibility of building a new regional airport that will take over the General Aviation [GA] which operateson Rotterdam Airport. Rotterdam Airport wants to keep the GA, but they tend to reach the maximumallowed number of movements. With a new airport solely for GA the amount of movements ofRotterdam will be decreased thus allowing more business activities that suit better to the goals of thisregional airport. With the new airport solely for GA the noise pollution at Rotterdam Airport will decrease,and the number of business flights is able to increase. However, the GA still needs a good alternativeairport, so the new airport should at least have the same facilities as Rotterdam Airport, whichthe GA is used to. The project group will make a design plan for the new airport that need to get a ‘luchthavenbesluit’.2. ObjectiveThe goal of the project group is to replace the General Aviation of Rotterdam Airport, to a new airport.The new airport has to be designed by the project group. Before developing and build a new airportthere must be requested a license, the “luchthaven besluit”. To do so the group has to find out whichsubjects have to be examined. There are several subjects to take in consideration like immovable property,sound nuisance and military airspace. The new airport must follow all demands which will make itpossible to make a serious request.Rotterdam Airport must be analyzed to ensure that the GA has all the facilities that they are used to onthe present used airport. The reason is to make the location of the new airport acceptable for the GAotherwise they will object the proposal and the negotiation can take years. The new airport must be easyto reach by public transport and by car. The project group will examine the possibilities of several locations.The main purpose is that the request for the build of a new airport is made as soon as possible. Thismeans that there must be as less as possible objection against the new airport, which can result in a licenseto build in the least amount of time. The report will support the advice that the project groupgives to the board of Rotterdam the Hague airport.The aim that project group 1A has is to make the best report of the fourth period. Project Airport mustbe well implemented. To do so the contents of the report must follow some technical requirements thatmust be handled correct, but also the cooperation and communication within the project group must bewell.The group wants to accomplish this goal by good communication. So meetings have to be planned properlyand the group has to be well prepared. Records have to be made really clear so every appointmentthat has been made can be found. The chairman has to lead the group well and keep an eye on everythingthat needs to be done and that targets will be reached in time. If there are any problems he or shehas to think about solutions. Thus the chairman has the ultimate responsibility in supervising the team soproblems will come to light and can be resolved properly. To improve the group teamwork two improvementpoints have been formed and subjoined. The individual improvement point scan be found inappendix VI.2

Make clear minutes with clear group appointments and deadlines and make sure you meet theseappointments and deadlines.If you should explain a difficult part of the report, do not give it up but ask your other groupmembers to help you.3. Delimitation and structureIn the pyramid model (appendix II) the arrangement of chapters and paragraphs is determined. Themodel is an clear overview of all chapters and paragraphs. The pyramid model is divided into three chapters.The first chapter will a general description of the airport operation and the airport facilities. Besides,the regulations will be analyzed. This is needed, because there should be made clear what featuresand facilities an airport should have before the group is possible to look at possible locations for the newairport. The second chapter will describe the demands of the location for the new airport. After that, thepossible locations will be described and compared, the most suitable location will be chosen. The thirdchapter will give an analyze of the operation on the new airport, the airport lay-out and all facilities thatthe new airport provides. When the new airport design plan has been made, all information for a ‘luchthavenbesluit’is assembled.The exact description of the chapters and subparagraphs can be found in the explanation of the pyramidmodel, whereby the project is delimitated (3.1). Moreover there will be described what mode of operationthe group will use when doing this project, whereby the group agreements will be presented (3.2).3.1. Explanation pyramid modelThe content of the chapters and subparagraphs that have been presented in the pyramid model will bedescribed particularly.1. Airport aspects: In this chapter will be explained how the aviation can be classified, what aspects areimportant for an airport, how an airport looks like and what regulations come to play with an airport.1.1. General Aviation: In this paragraph will be explained what kind of airports there are and which aircraftsbelong to this kind of aviation and how it is divided in recreation-, business aviation etc.1.1.1. Aircraft classes: This subparagraph will explain what are the largest and heaviest aircrafts thatoperate on Rotterdam airport and what purpose they serve.1.1.2. Airport classes: This subparagraph will explain what kind of airports there are and what the differenceare between regional airports and national airports.1.2. Airport facilities: In this paragraph will be explained how an aerodrome looks like and what otherthings are placed in this zone.1.2.1. Runway: This subparagraph will explain what the lay-out of a runway is and how the length of therunway is calculated.1.2.2. Taxiway: This subparagraph will explain what a taxiway is, what purpose it serves and what aspectsare important for the taxiway.1.2.3. Signs: This subparagraph will explain what signs are used on runways; such as painted stripes onthe road, lighting and (electric) traffic signs.1.2.4. Apron: This subparagraph will explain what apron is, where the apron exists of and what consequencesthere are for refueling on the airport.1.2.5. Hangar: This subparagraph will explain what procedures take place in a hangar and how muchspace is required for parking the GA aircrafts.3

1.2.6. Terminal: This subparagraph will explain what a terminal is and what purpose it serves.1.3. Airspace and control: In this paragraph will be explained how the airspace is divided and who isresponsible to control this zone.1.3.1. Control area: This subparagraph will explain which tasks the Air Traffic Control will have in differentairspace zones.1.3.2. Airspace classes: This subparagraph will explain what classes there are in the airspace.1.3.3. Flight rules: This subparagraph will explain what flight rules are important in the region of an airport.1.3.4. Routes: This subparagraph will explain what flight paths there are in the region of an airport.1.4. Flight aspects: In this paragraph will be explained how aircrafts safety can leave or enter an airport.1.4.1. Meteorology: This subparagraph will explain which weather conditions are important to operateat an airport. This consist the runway usage, for example.1.4.2. Navigation: This subparagraph will explain which systems are used to navigate aircrafts and howthis systems can be controlled.1.5. Regulations and demands: In this paragraph will be explained what laws there are and what isneeded to get an ‘luchthavenbesluit’.1.5.1. Aeronautical legislation: This subparagraph will explain what important rules are set by getting an‘luchthavenbesluit’. The WLV and LVW will be explained and there will be explained what a ‘Luchthavenbesluit’and a ‘Luchthavenregeling’ is.1.5.2. Sound regulations: This subparagraph will explain how the sound intensity can be measured, whatsound pollution is, what maximum noise in the environment (of Rotterdam airport) is allowed and whatways there are to reduce the amount of noise.2. Airport locations: In this chapter will be explained which two locations might be suitable and whichlocations fulfill the demands of the employer. The possible locations will be compared and one locationis chosen.2.1. Location demands: In this paragraph will be explained what demands are important for an airport.There will be described what these factors consist of.2.1.1. Landscape: In this subparagraph will be described what the ground type could be. Further, thedimension of the location for the new airport is described and the land possession, according to ‘hetkadaster’ will be considered too.2.1.2. Environment: : In this subparagraph will be researched what the environment should look like (nomountains of other obstacles).2.1.3. Accessibility: In this subparagraph will be explained that the users of the General Aviation of Rotterdamthat will move to the new airport must have a good alternative accessibility. For example, a goodaccessibility of the new airport by public transportation is a necessity.2.1.4. Weather: In this subparagraph will be explained that the weather conditions are not constant. Thedirection of the wind is very important when choosing a suitable location for an airport.2.1.5. Flight routes: In this subparagraph will be explained that the flight movements of the aircraftsshould be according to the predetermined flight routes. The new airport should have a good connectivitywith the flight routes, but the flight routes of the new airport should not cross the flight routes that alreadyexist.2.2. Potential location: In this paragraph will be explained what the possible locations are and the aspectsof 2.1. will be used to chose one of these.2.2.1. Location 1: In this subparagraph will be explained how the first location meets the needed aspectswhen a new airport is designed.4

2.2.2. Location 2: In this subparagraph will be explained how the second location meets the needed aspectswhen a new airport is designed.2.3. Comparison: In this paragraph will be explained what the advantages and disadvantages are of eachlocation and a comparison will be made by the use of a schedule.2.4. Conclusion: In this paragraph the choice of the location will be explained.3. GA-airport: In this chapter will be explained what the lay-out is of the new airport. The facilities on thenew airport are explained. Further, the design aspect are examined, whereby a design plan is presentedto the board of Rotterdam the Hague airport by giving an advice.3.1. Airport design: In this paragraph will be explained what plans there are for the new airport design.3.1.1. North oriented map: Here will be described and displayed what the lay-out is of the new airportThe size is described and the location, length, signs and foundation of the runway will be described.3.1.2. Taxiways: In this paragraph, the taxiways will be described, that can be used to reach the runway.3.1.3. Apron: In this paragraph, the apron will be described and there will be explained what functionthe apron serves.3.1.4. Hangar: There will be described what function the hangar serves, what the size is of the hangarand what aircrafts can be parked in the hangar.3.1.5. Terminal: The terminal will be explained by describing the facilities in the new terminal (shops,restaurants. These will be equal to Rotterdam the Hague airports facilities that the GA uses at this moment).3.1.6. Public parking: The public parking space will be described (capacity, accessibility).3.2. Airport operation assistance: In this paragraph is explained what the security services are, what ATCis located on the new general aviation airport and how meteorology information is obtained.3.2.1. Service of security: This paragraph gives an explanation of the security services at the new airport.These are: the customs, airport security, fire brigade.3.2.2. Air traffic control: In this paragraph will explain what air traffic control is located on the new airportor which air traffic control center takes over the control of the new airport.3.2.3. Meteorology: In this subparagraph will be described what instruments are used to assemble meteorologyinformation and how the weather conditions affect the airport operations.3.3. Environment aspects: This paragraph gives a description of the factors that have a direct influenceon the environment and the inhabitants that live close to the airport.3.3.1. Opening hours: In this subparagraph will be described when the airport will be open en why theseopening hours are handled.3.3.2. Noise nuisance: This paragraph gives a description of the noise nuisance at the airport an close toit. Moreover, the noise exposure boundaries are described and displayed.3.3.3. Developments: In this paragraph will be described which airport developments can be expectedand whether the airport can be enlarged in the future.3.4. Financial aspects: The costs and benefits of the new airport will be explained, so that the board ofRotterdam Airport gets an assessments of the costs and profits of the new airport.3.4.1. Costs: The cost items will be explained3.4.2. Benefits: The benefits of the new airport will be explained and the profit of the airport will be valued.3.5. Advice: This paragraph explains the design advice and summarizes all aspects that should be takeninto consideration a ‘luchthavenbesluit’ is required.5

3.2. Operation procedureTo structure the project group appointments should be made, whereby the mode of operation of theproject group is determined. The tasks that have been presented in the pyramid model will be spreadover all group members, this spreading is covered in the project planning (Appendix III). Moreover thegroup made lay-out regulations where in the lay-out of the project report has been covered, so all groupmembers use the same lay-out (Appendix IV). During the project airport operations, the group will havemeetings. To structure these meetings, every week a minutes secretary and chairman has been selected(Appendix V). To be able to contact the other group members, a contact list has been added (AppendixVII). At last, general group agreements have been formed. All group members should meet the subjoinedagreements, whereby several disorders will be prevented.The following rules affects anyone in this group without exceptions:All group members make sure that they take actively part in the project.All deadlines and group agreements should be written down punctually by the records secretary.Everyone is to make sure that his work is checked before the deadline is reached.Everyone must use the correct lay-out. (Appendix IV)In case of absence or delay longer than five minutes, you have to call the chairman. If you do notcall or you do not have a valid reason, you will get an official warning.After you get two official warnings, the group will discuss the situation with the project teacher.Three warnings means that you will be removed from the group.The chairman of the week is responsible for checking the other group members.During the week while fulfilling the job of chairman, you are responsible for reserving classroomsfor project meetings.If you will be caught on plagiarism, you will immediately be removed from the group.The chairman must send the items on the agenda, 24 hours before the meeting, by e-mail.In case, the items on the agenda cannot be sent 24 hours before the meeting, it has to be sentbefore 8 pm the day before.Important agreements and deadlines appointments have to be communicated by e-mail.The secretary publicizes his records on BSCW within 24 hours after the meeting.Everyone reads and checks the last records on BSCW before the next meeting.6

4. Reading ListBooksDale De Remer, Ph.D.Global navigation for pilotsTechniques and procedures2nd edition 1993-1998David hoyInstrument flyingA guide to the instrument ratingUK, 1995H.H. van den Kroonenberg & F.J. SiersMethodisch ontwerpen(2004)NoordhoffAnderson Jr, John D.Introduction to flight5e drukUSA, 2005Laban, VictorAërodynamicaAmsterdam, 2008/2009Hogeschool van AmsterdamDomein techniekWentzel, TOpbouw projectverslagAmsterdam, 2009Hogeschool van AmsterdamDomein techniekE-BooksInternational Standards and Recommended PracticesICAO Annex 12, 14 en 164th editionMontreal, 1995Customers and Actors of ATM: General AviationVal H.K. EGGERSAir & Space EuropeVolume 2, Issue 5, September-October 2000, Pages 50-52Databank Science Direct7

Op maat databankRegeling seinen luchtvaart (tekst geldig vanaf 31-10-2009) databankAirport Design and Operation (2nd Edition)Search WithinBy: Kazda, Antonín; Caves, Robert E. © 2007 Emerald, Inc.Description: This book includes some important changes in the international regulations covering designand operations.Op Maat DatabankAanvullend luchthavenreglement Rotterdam (tekst geldig vanaf 01-11-2009) verkeer- en vervoer Rotterdam, totaal per maand (2010)Last visit: april 2010 geluidwerende voorzieningen 1997Geldend op 13-04-2010Last visit: april 2010 visit: april 2010 bij een luchthaven visit: april 2010Wet- en Regelgeving visit: april 2010 help desk LVNLLast visit: april 2010 featuresLast visit: april 20108

5. Appendix listIIIIIIIVVVIVIIProject assignmentPyramid modelProject planningLay-out regulationsChairman and secretary scheduleImprovements previous projectContact list9

Appendix IProject assignment1. De projectopdrachtVia de projectopdracht wordt jullie gevraagd onderzoek te verrichten naar alle aspecten, vanbelang voor de verkrijging van een provinciale “Aanwijzing” voor een nieuwe regionale luchthaven.Locatie, inrichting en omvang van het terrein zijn hierbij van belang (1.1).Voor het eerst zal in het projectwerk een competitie-element worden ingevoerd. Alle groepenmaken een in het oog springende poster op A3 formaat, en van de drie - door docenten alsbeste beoordeelde - projectgroepen wordt het verslag opgestuurd aan specialisten op hetgebied van Airport Operations; deze bepalen vervolgens welke groep uiteindelijk het goud,zilver of brons heeft verdiend (1.2). Met randvoorwaarden wordt het kader weergegeven,waarbinnen het project moet worden uitgevoerd (1.3). Het project moet door de student volledigzijn behaald, om toegelaten te worden tot het tweede jaar (1.4).1.1 De opdrachtHet probleem, waar Rotterdam The Hague Airport (of: Luchthaven Rotterdam) mee kampt,en de doelstelling voor de nabije toekomst wordt hieronder eerst neergezet in de Uitgangssituatie,waarna de Opdracht aan de projectteams zelf wordt geformuleerd.UitgangssituatieLuchthaven Rotterdam wil – ter beperking van de geluidshinder en een dreigende overschrijdingvan de capaciteit aan toegestane vliegbewegingen – af van de GA. De vrijkomendecapaciteit wil men dan gaan benutten voor meer zakelijke activiteiten, die beter passen bij dedoelstellingen van deze regionale luchthaven. De directie van de luchthaven zal echter metacceptabele alternatieven moeten komen voor de met uitplaatsing bedreigde groep recreatievevliegers, vliegscholen en luchttaxibedrijven. Het nieuwe terrein moet deze groep dezelfdemogelijkheden bieden, als waaraan men op Luchthaven Rotterdam gewend was. Debewoners in de directe omgeving van de nieuw aan te wijzen luchthaven mogen geen (ernstige)hinder ondervinden na de ingebruikname ervan. Dit kan de duur van de procedure omtot een Luchthavenbesluit dan wel Luchthavenregeling te komen zoveel mogelijk beperken.OpdrachtformuleringDe directie van Luchthaven Rotterdam geeft het projectteam opdracht onderzoek te doennaar alle aspecten, van belang voor het verkrijgen van een Luchthavenbesluit of -regelingvoor de nieuwe luchthaven. Van dit terrein zullen na ingebruikname uitsluitend vliegtuigenmogen starten en landen met een maximum startmassa tot en met 7000 kg2. Hiermee kanbijvoorbeeld de omvang van het terrein worden vastgesteld (lengte van benodigde start- entaxibaan/banen), maar ook welke faciliteiten er ter afhandeling van het verkeer zoal benodigdzijn. Een Noord georiënteerde kaart zal dit tot in detail moeten aangeven. Ter vereenvoudigingvan de opdracht wordt aangenomen, dat de nieuwe luchthaven past binnen reeds bestaandebestemmingsplannen en daarmee ook niet strijdig is. Het terrein bevat geen onroerende1

zaken van derden die onteigend zouden moeten worden.Het onderzoek van het team zal als basis fungeren voor de aanvraag tot Aanwijzing van eennieuwe luchthaven, die bij voorkeur (maar niet noodzakelijk) ergens ten zuiden van Rotterdambinnen de provincie Zuid Holland komt te liggen.2 Deze gewichtsgrens hangt samen met de indeling van vliegtuigen in categorieën van “Wake Turbulence”RichtlijnenHoe groot moet een locatie bij benadering zijn om de luchthaven hierop in te richten?Welke locaties komen in aanmerking voor dit terrein (denk daarbij aan bereikbaarheidvanaf Rotterdam; ligging ten opzichte van steden en dorpen, militaire of industriegebieden;eventuele obstakels in aan- en uitvliegroutes; of ligging in de buurt van andere,drukke vliegvelden en hun aan- en uitvliegroutes)?Welke activiteiten mogen op de in te richten luchthaven plaatsvinden (wel of geenULV/zweefvliegactiviteiten/parachutisten)? En binnen welke openstellingstijden?Hoeveel start- en landingsbanen zijn benodigd, en wat zijn de verlangde eigenschappen(gras, asfalt, lengte, breedte)? In welke kompasrichting moet de hoofdstartbaan komen teliggen en hoe verlopen hier vandaan de aan- en uitvliegroutes?Welke voorzieningen zijn benodigd ten behoeve van de vliegers (verkeersleiding, navigatiesystemenals ILS, baanverlichting, internationaal voorgeschreven signalering)?Welke voorzieningen zijn benodigd ten behoeve van het afhandelen van de vliegtuigen(vliegveldautoriteiten en havendienst; hangaars voor stalling en/of reparatie; vliegtuigopstelplaatsenop een platform; mogelijkheden tot het leveren van brandstof voor zowelzuiger- als straalmotoren; terminal voor afhandeling van passagiers en hun bagage, ofjuist géén passagiers; restaurant; parkeergelegenheid, beveiligingsmaatregelen…)?Wat is het verwachte gebruik op jaarbasis en welke ontwikkelingen zijn hierin te voorzien?Maak zelf een realistische schatting van dit gebruik door “types vliegtuigen”, binnenhet totaal aantal vliegbewegingen; zie de Bijlage voor typegerelateerde noise certificates.Bereken op basis van dit geschatte gebruik de geluidsbelasting in één van de verplichtehandhavingspunten (berekening van het Externe Veiligheidsrisico is niet nodig).Waar kunnen kosten worden verwacht, verbonden aan de inrichting en exploitatie vanhet terrein en hoeveel bedragen de indicatieve inkomsten uit luchtvaartactiviteiten?2.2 Competitie binnen het projectIn dit project wordt voor het eerst een Competitie-element ingevoerd en kunnen projectgroepenbeloond worden met een rondvlucht (1e prijs), een bezoek aan het militaire luchtverkeersleidingscentrumDutch Mil (2e prijs) of een bezoek aan een andere luchtvaartlokatie.Hiervoor selecteert het team van projectdocenten uit alle ingeleverde projectverslagen dedrie beste. Deze worden opgestuurd naar het bedrijfsleven. Daar wordt door professionalsop het gebied van Airport Operations de uiteindelijke volgorde bepaald: welke van deze drieprojectgroepen heeft met hun verslag het probleem het sterkst aangepakt. Rond woensdag30 juni wordt de uitslag hiervan via een mededeling op het intranet bekend gemaakt.Een ander competitie-element ontstaat door uitvoering van de Zelfsturende Opdracht “PosterPresentatie”, waarmee elke projectgroep door middel van een fraaie poster op A3 formaat inéén oogopslag voor de toekomstige gebruikers de belangrijkste resultaten uit het verslagtoont (als locatie, bereikbaarheid, openstellingsuren, faciliteiten en voorzieningen). Dit gebeurtvooral met figuren, kernwoorden en opvallende kleuren, en dus niet in tekstvorm.Alle posters worden na inlevering (op woensdag 26 mei) opgehangen op de tweede verdiepingin het gebouw De Leeuwenburg, zodat de groepen van elkaars bevindingen kunnen2

kennisnemen. Zowel de projectdocenten als de propedeusestudenten Aviation beoordelendeze posters met een cijfer, dat meetelt voor het uiteindelijke verslagcijfer. Ook hier rolt daneen poster van een projectgroep uit, die als beste wordt beoordeeld.Aan het eind van het schooljaar, rond woensdag 7 juli, zullen de drie groepen die als bestezijn beoordeeld hun project nogmaals presenteren in bijzijn van alle propedeusestudentenAviation, de docenten en het bij dit project betrokken bedrijfsleven. Aansluitend zullen dewinnaars van de posters bekend worden gemaakt, en vindt de prijsuitreiking plaats.1.3 RandvoorwaardenDe volgende randvoorwaarden zijn van toepassing bij dit project:De tijdsduur van het project is zeven weken en loopt van week 1 (15) tot 7 (22) met eenonderbreking voor het meireces in kalenderweek 18; het projectverslag moet op donderdag3 juni, uiterlijk om 17:00u zijn ingeleverd in docentenkamer A02.18.Uiterlijk aan het eind van week 2 (16) moet een Plan van Aanpak worden ingeleverd,waarin de planning van het project en taakverdeling in de groep is opgenomen.Het projectverslag, met daarin het advies aan de directie van Rotterdam Airport, voldoetverslagtechnisch aan de richtlijnen in het dictaat Wentzel (2009).Het verslag wordt geschreven in de Engelse taal en heeft, exclusief Bijlagen, een omvangvan 30-40 pagina’s. Typisch Nederlandse termen uit de Wet- en Regelgeving, alsLuchthavenbesluit, mogen bij dit project echter onvertaald worden opgenomen. Markeerdeze dan met aanhalingstekens of door de term te cursiveren.In de Bijlagen is minimaal opgenomen één duidelijke overzichtstekening van de inrichtingvan het te ontwerpen vliegveld en één waarop de verwachte vliegroutes en geluidszoneszijn opgenomen.Woensdag 26 mei moet de Zelfsturende Opdracht “Poster Presentatie” worden ingeleverdin docentenkamer A02.18, uiterlijk om 16.30u.Het verslag moet tweemaal in hardcopy (projectdocent, extra docent) en eenmaal in digitalevorm (één bestand in PDF) op CD worden aangeleverd (scan op plagiaat en vervolgensvoor het bedrijfsleven). Op de CD zijn tevens alle groepsnotulen opgenomen.De groepen mogen in geen geval contact opnemen met (personeel van) Rotterdam Airportmet een verzoek om informatie of een rondleiding. Dergelijke verzoeken wordeneerst bij de projectdocent neergelegd, zodat vanuit de HvA één algemeen verzoek kanworden gedaan. Een paar jaar geleden heeft het alsmaar bellen en mailen van onze projectgroepengeleid tot een boze reactie van de luchthavendirectie. De opdracht is door deHvA bedacht en geschreven en is - nogmaals - fictief.1.4 Belang van dit project voor de studentMet dit project toont de student aan, dat hij de projectvaardigheden – en dus ook de bijbehorendecompetenties – als samenwerken in een team, oriënteren, plannen, definiëren, presenterenen rapporteren onder de knie heeft en daarmee hoofdfasewaardig is. In het aanzienlijkdrukkere tweede studiejaar is geen ruimte om binnen het projectwerk nog steeds aante modderen met deze vaardigheden. Om die reden heeft de opleiding een aanvullende eisgesteld in de Onderwijs- en Examenregeling met betrekking tot het Bindend Afwijzend Studieadvies[BAS]: het project van periode 4 moet volledig zijn behaald3. Studenten, die bijvoorbeeldvoor het groepswerk laag zijn beoordeeld (lager dan een 5,5) of op de mondelinge(herkansings)toets een onvoldoende scoren, hebben daarmee het project niet behaald enkrijgen dan een BAS-brief thuisgestuurd.3

Appendix IIPyramid model4

Appendix IIIProject planning5

Appendix IVLay-out regulationsIf the project group of the technical department wants to make this project a success, we need to makeregulations on the lay-out of this report. Anybody writing a part of the report must obey the followingrules: The font of this report will be “Calibri” and the font size is 11; All the text in this report will be lined out using ctrl+J in word 2007; References to appendix’ will be coded as follows (Appendix III); The following rules show how to use the several headings:1. Hoofdstuk Heading oneTextno distance1.1. Paragraaf Heading twoTextno distance1.1.1. Sub-paragraaf Heading treeTextno distance1.1.1.a. Sub-sub-paragraafTextHeading fourno distancead 1 Adjes Heading fiveTextno distanceContentsTextHeading for contentsno distanceAppendixTextHeading for appendixno distanceFormula’s in this report must be in a two column table with two rows and a light orange background.The formula text itself has to a bold en is in the first column on the second row. Thesecond column on the second row gives the units of the formula and the first row present thetitle of the formula and its number in the report, which are bold and font Calibri nine. (formula1.1)6

Formula (1.1) PressureP = Pressure in Pascal (Pa)F = Force in Newton (N)A = Area in square meter (m 2 )The following rules affects the placement of an image. The images must be set in a table with two rowsand two columns. The picture is in the upper left corner of the table, the components in the picture willbe designated by dark blue arrows with a thickness of 1.5. the numbers behind the arrows are also darkblue and bold and are in a textbox. In the lower left corner the title of the image and it's number will beshown. This text has font Calibri nine and is selected bold. In the upper right corner the name and numberscorresponding from the image components are listed in bold. (image 1.1)1. Right aileron2. Left aileron12Image 1.1 Ailerons of an aircraft The following lay-out rules affects on placing a table in the report. The first row shows the numberof the table and it's title, this text has font size 9 and bold. Lines of this rows are invisible exceptfor the lower line. The second row of the table gives information over the concerning columns,for example chairman and secretary.(table 1.1)This second row has font size 11 and is bold. The following rows are not bold.7

Appendix VChairman / Secretary scheduleWeek / Project Week Chairman Secretary12-04 t/m 16-04 Deborah van Beek Jonathan Davidsz19-04 t/m 23-04 Jonathan Davidsz Joran Hoogenberg26-04 t/m 30-04 Joran Hoogenberg Hessel Kramer03-05 t/m 07-05 Vakantie Vakantie10-05 t/m 14-05 Hessel Kramer Ted Lagziel17-05 t/m 21-05 Ted Lagziel Jorden Olthof24-05 t/m 28-05 Jorden Olthof Jamie Ruiter31-05 t/m 04-06 Jamie Ruiter Deborah8

Appendix VIImprovements previous projectDeborah :Jonathan:Ted:Jorden:Jamie:Joran:Hessel:If there is planned a beamer session, which is required, it is not practical to check thereport with all group members together. Further, a week planned project is functional.Previous groups did not want to work at school, more group meetings should beplanned, so that we are able to control each other.The ‘Plan van Aanpak’ took too much time previous projects. We should finish the PvAearlier so there is more time for the project report. Besides, the elimination should bemore elaborated. The project teamwork should be improved compared to the lastproject.During the previous project, most group members did not do a good literature surveybefore they started writing the project report.All group members should use the same words when they write the paragraphs of theproject report. For example, use the word ‘aircraft’ and not ‘airplane’. Moreover, thegroup should use the appointments and give warnings when group members do notmeet the appointments.When appointments about deadlines are made, all group members should meet theseappointments and when it is difficult to write a paragraph, ask your other groupmembers to help you before the deadline. Further, the minutes that are made should beclear.There should be made appointments about the usage of BSCW. When somebodychanges a document, always use the ‘vergendel’ mode, that prevents the lost of writtenparts.Improvement points Make clear minutes with clear group appointments and deadlines and make sureyou meet these appointments and deadlines. If you should explain a difficult part of the report, do not give it up but ask yourother group members to help you.9

Appendix VIIContact listNr Name Cell phone E-mail home E-mail HvA1 Deborah van Beek 06-55 375 185 Deborah.van.Beek@hva.nl2 Jonathan Davidsz 06-51 524 987 Jonathan.Davidsz@hva.nl3 Joran Hoogenberg 06-21 677 404 Joran.Hoogenberg@hva.nl4 Hessel Kramer 06-49 678 069 Hessel.kramer@hva.nl5 Ted Lagziel 06-41 663 306 Ted.Lagziel@hva.nl6 Jorden Olthof 06-40 655 544 Johannes.olthof@hva.nl7 Jamie Ruiter 06-41 290 180 Jamie.ruiter@hva.nl10

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