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Airbus

A300-600/A310-200

Airframe Systems

Book 1 - Table of Contents


ATA 00 Introduction
ATA 00 Airframe Measurement
Conversion
ATA 00 Circuit Electrical Identification
ATA 06 Dimensions and Areas
ATA 07 Lifting and Shoring
ATA 08 Leveling
ATA 24 Electrical Power
ATA 31 Electronic Centralized Aircraft
Monitoring (ECAM) System
ATA 29 Hydraulic Power
ATA 27 Flight Controls

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FedEx Airbus Aircraft - Introduction


The AIRBUS A300F4-605R and A310-Series is a large body cargo
carrying aircraft. It is manufactured by AIRBUS INDUSTRIES that
consist of numerous European Aerospace Companies and assembled in
Toulouse, France.
The aircraft is a Short-To-Medium Range Aircraft that carries large
volumes of packaged and loose freight for the FedEx Corporation. The
first A300F4-605R entered FedEx revenue service on 24 May 1994,
Manufacturers Serial Number (MSN) 726 (FedEx Registration:
N650FE). Initial Delivery Date was 28 April 1994 to the FedEx
Corporation.
The A300F4-605R manufactured for the FedEx Corporation was the first
manufactured A300600Series to carry a full load of freight instead of a
mix of Passengers (PAXs) and Baggage/Cargo.

1.

Main Deck Cargo Compartment (MDCC), the upper deck of the


Aircraft Fuselage begins from the aft end of the Courier
Compartment to the rear section of the MDCC (A300/A310).

2.

FORWARD (FWD) Cargo Compartment is located on the Fuselage


Lower Deck aft of the Avionics Compartment or Bay to Fuselage
Frame (FR) 38 (A300/A310).

3.

AFT (AFT) Cargo Compartment, also located on the Fuselage Lower


Deck aft of the Main Landing Gear Wheel Well or Hydraulic
Compartment (Bay) at FR54 (A300/A310).

4.

BULK (BULK) Cargo Compartment is located aft of the AFT Cargo


Compartment that interconnects with this compartment. A Cargo
Curtain and Netting Assemblies divides the two compartments. The
BULK Compartment ends aft of the BULK Cargo Door aft frame area
at the lower deck aft pressurized equipment area.

The A310-Series ((DASH) 200F / -300F Series) were manufactured for


carrying Revenue PAXs and Baggage, and some freight in the Lower
Deck and Bulk Cargo Compartments.

The Aircraft Models A300-600 and A310-200 / various High Thrust


Turbofan Engines power -300 Series aircraft:

Due to the large volume of space on the previous PAX Upper Deck
(Main Deck), the conversion or re-configuration of this space with Cargo
Handling and Cargo Restraint Equipment provided FedEx Corporation
with a viable Cargo Freighter. The Upper Deck is referred to as Main
Deck Cargo Compartment (MDCC) that carries mainly containerized and
palletized package cargo.

The A310-200F Series aircraft after freight conversion in Europe,


provided FedEx with a Freight Revenue Aircraft to provide Short-ToMedium Range Aircraft with various routing options.
The A310-Series aircraft after freighter configuration conversion was
delivered to FedEx on 19 July 1994. This cargo conversion aircraft
entered Revenue Service on 20 July 1994 with FedEx Registration:
N497FE from the AIRBUS INDUSTRIES MSN: 254.

The Cargo Compartments for the FedEx A300 and A310 aircraft are
comprised of four main areas:

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A300-600 General Electric (GE) CF6-80C2A5F with the FADEC


Model Engine Fuel System controls and schedules engine thrust for
all ranges of flight conditions. FADEC is defined as Full Authority
Digital Electronic Control System. Each engine produces
approximately 61,300 Pounds of thrust at Sea Level Conditions.
A310-200 Series General Electric (GE) CF6-80A3 Engines with
the Power Management Control (PMC) System is designed to sense
throttle position and other parameters for calculation purposes to
produce desired thrust settings. Each engine produces
approximately 48,970 Pounds of thrust at Sea Level conditions.
A310-200 Series Pratt & Whitney (PW) JT9D-7R4 Engines with
the Electronic Engine Control (EEC) System is designed to provide
Supervisory Control of the Hydro Mechanical Control (HMC) unit in
the Engine Fuel System. The EEC System provides control of the
engine for a wide range of thrust settings.

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A300/A310 Doors and Compartments

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There are two Crew/Courier Doors (L1 and R1) on each side of the fuselage.
Each Door is equipped with an Emergency Assisted Opening System and an
Escape Slide Unit. Both of the Slide Units on the L1 and R1 Doors are also used
as Rafts in the event of an emergency water landing.

Each engine produces approximately 50,000 Pounds of thrust at Sea Level


conditions.
A310-300 Series Pratt & Whitney (PW) 4000 Series installed on FedEx
New Acquisition Aircraft entering the Airbus Fleets during the Fiscal Year
2001 will have FADEC Control Systems. Each engine produces
approximately 52,000 Pounds of thrust at Sea Level conditions.

The Hydraulic Compartment or Bay (Main Gear Wheel Wells) provides an


installation area for Hydraulic Systems and Components. Air Conditioning
Compartment or Bay is located below the Center Wing Section.

Future acquisition of the A310-300 Series Aircraft may have some Non-FADEC
System(s) installed on the Engine Power Plants. These engines could be the GE
CF6-80C2A2 or CF6-80C2A8 types models.

The Flight Control Systems have various control surfaces installed for
maneuvering the about the Lateral, Vertical and Longitundial Axes. Primary and
Secondary Flight Controls are hydraulically powered and no Manual Reversion is
provided.

A Cold Stream Thrust Reverser System is provided for aircraft deceleration


purposes on the ground that is powering the A300 and A310 FedEx Aircraft.

The Pneumatic System provides an air source for Air Conditioning Packs, Wing
Anti-Ice, Main Engine Starting, Thrust Reversers and to pressurize the Hydraulic
Reservoirs, and Fresh Water (Potable) Water Systems. External High Pressure
Pneumatic Ground Connectors are provided as an air source to the aircraft
systems.

The General Electric (GE) (Formerly Garrett/Honeywell) Gas Turbine


Compressor Power Unit (GTCP) GTCP 331-250H located in the Fuselage Tail
Section provides Electrical and Pneumatic Power sources. It is normally called
APU (Auxiliary Power Unit).
The Electrical Power System consists of 115 VAC/400 Hz/Three Phases (A-B-C)
and 28 VDC. The AC System is powered by two Integrated Drive Generators
(IDGs) on the Main Engines Number 1 and 2, and AC Generator on the APU.
Three Transformer Rectifier Units (TRUs) convert AC Power into DC Power.
Three DC Aircraft Batteries provide Emergency Power. A Static Inverter provides
AC Emergency Power. AC External Power is also available for use.

Two Air Conditioning Packs provide a source of ventilation for Heating and
Cooling purposes. Avionics Equipment is cooled by the Air Conditioning System
to control equipment temperatures.
The Pressurization System is automatically controlled to maintain a 6000 to 8000
Feet Cabin Altitude at various aircraft flight altitudes. Safety Valves provide
Maximum Differential Pressure protection.

Structural Station Numbering for locations is in Centimeters (CM). Each


Fuselage Frame (FR), Wing Rib, Vertical Stabilizer of Fin Ribs and Horizontal
Stabilizer or Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer (THS) Ribs are marked with
Identification Numbers. The aircraft is divided into Major and Minor Zone Areas.

A conventional Tricycle Landing Gear System supports the aircraft on the


ground, Air-Oil Type Shock Absorbers or Main Struts are used and Landing Gear
Doors are hydraulically and mechanically operated. Multiple-Disc Brakes with
Anti-Skid features provide braking actions. Automatic Brake System provides
deceleration of the aircraft, if selected. A Fixed Tail Skid provides protection of
the Aft Fuselage area during Take Off and Landing conditions. The Nose Gear is
steerable with the Nose Wheel Steering (NWS) System during emergencies with
Differential Braking using Main Gear Braking System.

The Fuselage is divided into two areas, Upper and Lower Decks. The Upper
Deck contains the Flight Deck or Flight Compartment, Courier and Main Deck
Cargo Compartment (MDCC) areas. The Lower Deck provides compartments for
Cargo and Equipment. The Fuselage is pressurized except for the Radome, Air
Conditioning and Tail Areas, and the Nose/Main Landing Gear Wheel Wells. The
Main Gear Wheel Wells are also called Hydraulic Compartment or Bay.

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FedEx Airbus Aircraft - A300-600 View

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AIRBUS ATA 00 INTRODUCTION QUICK QUIZ


The following quiz covers training areas to further increase your knowledge and skills of the
Airbus A300 / A310 aircraft and other areas of importance to you...
1. WHERE ARE THE FLIGHT CONTROL

5. WHICH UNIT PROVIDES AC EMERGENCY

SURFACES MANUAL REVERSION UNITS

POWER IN THE EVENT OF AC SYSTEM

LOCATED ON THE A300 / A310 AIRCRAFT?

POWER MALFUNCTIONS?

2. HOW IS 28 VDC GENERATED FOR THE

6. WHICH COMPONENT UNIT CAN BE USED

TWO DC BUSSES USED IN THE DC

FOR ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION

ELECTRICAL POWERED SYSTEMS?

AND PROVIDE PNEUMATIC POWER ?

3. WHERE IS THE AIR CONDITIONING BAY

7. WHAT UNIT OF MEASUREMENT IS USED


FOR STRUCTURAL STATION NUMBERING?

LOCATED ON THE AIRCRAFT?

4. WHICH COMPARTMENT AREA PROVIDES

8. WHICH AIRBUS (A300 / A310) MAIN ENGINE

A LARGE INSTALLATION AREA FOR THE

USES THE POWER MANAGEMENT CONTROL

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM EQUIPMENT?

SYSTEM FOR ENGINE OPERATIONS?

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