Potential and functional.
Potential and evident.
Hidden and Functional.
Evident and hidden.
Reviewing past engine accident investigation reports.
Traking serially controlled components and modules.
Early detection of performance degradation and/or failures.
Documenting engine overspeed and overtemperature conditions.
Base engine maintenance shop.
Depot-level engine maintenance shops.
Product center engineers.
Propulsion and depot.
Depot and nondestructive inspection.
Propulsion and nondestructive inspection.
Environmental health and nondestructive inspection.
Customer wait time and transportation constraints.
Number of assigned maintenance personnel.
Number of available spare engines.
Equipment cost and repair time.
Depot item manager.
Engine trending and diagnostics.
Engine life-cycle management planning.
Providing technical assistance and performing repairs beyond their capability.
Ensuring replacement parts are ordered in a timly manner.
Notifying maintenance personnel of upcoming TCTO.
Providing the most current TO updates to the field
Jet engine intermediate maintenance crews.
Schedule engine replacement times.
Track parts replacement on jet engines.
Report all engine related discrepancies
Maintain accurate and timely engine inventories.
Availability of engines and their parts.
Accurate and timely data at the lowest level.
Accurate and timely data at the highest level.
Availability of a storage and analysis computer.
Determine distress modes of an engine and its subsystems in the field.
Accelerate the flying rate of all the unit's installed engines.
Identify engines requiring TCTO maintenance.
Prevent unscheduled removal of engines.
Reducing customer wait time for serviceable assets.
Accurately update scheduled maintenance requirements.