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51-11-00 DAMAGE CLASSIFICATION

1. General
A. The term 'damage' includes any and every type of permanent deformation or alteration to any cross-
section of a structural component.
B. Deformation or alteration to the cross-section of a structural component results from many causes, which
can be generally categorized into four main groups (Refer to Table 001):
- Mechanical action,
- Chemical or electro-chemical reaction,
- Thermal action or cycling,
- Inherent metallurgical characteristics.
2. Examination of Damage

CAUTION: HIDDEN DAMAGE CAN LEAD TO A FAILURE OF THE REPAIR OR THE SURROUNDING
STRUCTURE.

A. Examine the type and extent of the damage.


B. To determine the damage category:
- remove all unwanted material from the surface of the damaged component,
- cut out all broken, bent, heated or damaged areas of the component,
- remove all loose rivets.
(1). In all forms of damage, particularly where shock has been sustained, secondary damage is likely to
exist. Therefore, a close examination of the structure surrounding the initial damage must be made.
Damage caused by transmission of force may be located some distance from the impact, resulting in
structure deformation, drawn rivets or bolt holes.
(2). If misalignment or twisting of the airplane structure is suspected, alignment and/or levelling checks
must be carried out.
(3). After damage assessment if only the topcoat is damaged then restore paint scheme according to
Chapter 51-75-11 and Chapter 51-75-12 at the next convenient opportunity. If the total paint scheme
is missing only from fastener heads then restore the paint scheme at the first opportunity ensuring no
corrosion.
(4). On composite parts, if bare composite is exposed, perform damage evaluation according to TASK 51-
77-10-911-001, if no damage findings apply temporary surface re-protection according to TASK 51-
77-12-911-001. Apply permanent surface re-protection according to Chapter 51-75-11 and Chapter
51-75-12 at the first convenient opportunity.
3. Damage Categories
A. After cleaning and investigating the damage and surrounding area, the damage must be classified into one
of the following categories, also taking into account the location of the damage.
(1). Repairable Damage
The damage must be classified either as 'Allowable Damage' or as damage which requires a repair.
(a) Refer to Allowable Damage ( Chapter 51-11-11)
(b) Non allowable Damage
Damage which exceeds the 'Allowable Damage' limits and requires a structural repair. A
structural repair restores the structural integrity and function of the component to meet
airworthiness requirements. For example this can involve cutting out the damaged area, installing
a reinforcing piece (either by bonding or bolting to the original structure). These specific repairs
are to be found in each chapter of this manual.

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(2). Non repairable Damage


Non repairable damage is defined as damage to structural components which cannot be repaired
and where replacement of the complete component is recommended as a repair is not practical or
economical. Refer to Chapter 51-72-11 for 'Replacement of Structural Components'.

TERM GROUP DEFINITION


Mechanic- Chemical or Thermal Ac- Inherent Metal-
al Action Electro-Chem- tion or Cycling lurgical Char-
ical Reaction acteristics
Scratch X A scratch is a
line of damage
of any depth
and length in the
material which
causes a cross-
sectional area
change. A sharp
object usually
causes it.
Gouge X A gouge is a
damage area of
any size which
results in a
cross-section-
al area change.
It is usually
caused by con-
tact with a relat-
ively sharp ob-
ject which pro-
duces a continu-
ous, sharp or
smooth chan-
nel-like groove
in the material.
Mark X A mark is a
damaged area
of all sizes
where a con-
centration of
scratches, nicks,
chips, burrs or
gouges etc. is
shown. You
must prepare
the damage as
an area and
not as a series
of individu-
al scratches,
gouges etc.
Crack X X A crack is a par-
tial fracture or

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TERM GROUP DEFINITION


Mechanic- Chemical or Thermal Ac- Inherent Metal-
al Action Electro-Chem- tion or Cycling lurgical Char-
ical Reaction acteristics
complete break
in the material.
Dent X A dent is a dam-
aged area which
is pushed in,
with respect to
its usual con-
tour. There is no
cross-section-
al area change
in the material,
area edges are
smooth.
Nick X A small de-
crease of ma-
terial due to a
knock etc. at the
edge of a mem-
ber or skin.
Distortion X X Any twisting,
bending or per-
manent strain
which results in
misalignment
or change of
shape. May be
caused by im-
pact from a for-
eign object, but
usually results
from vibration
or movement
of adjacent at-
tached com-
ponents. This
group includes
bending, buck-
ling, deforma-
tion, imbalance,
misalignment,
pinching, and
twisting.
Corrosion X X The destruc-
tion of metal
by chemical or
electro-chemical
effect.
Rust is oxida-
tion or corrosion
of metallic alloy

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TERM GROUP DEFINITION


Mechanic- Chemical or Thermal Ac- Inherent Metal-
al Action Electro-Chem- tion or Cycling lurgical Char-
ical Reaction acteristics
part containing
ferrous materi-
als.
Crease X A damaged area
which is pushed
in or folded back
on itself. The
edges are sharp
or well specified
lines or ridges.
Abrasion X X An abrasion
is a damage
area of all sizes
which causes
change in a
cross-section-
al area because
of scuffing, rub-
bing, scraping
or other sur-
face erosion. It
is usually rough
and irregular.
Debonding X X X Debonding is
when a separa-
tion of materials
occurs due to an
adhesive failure.
Delamination X X X Delamination is
when the separ-
ation of plies oc-
curs in a multi-
laminate ma-
terial. This can
be caused by
the material be-
ing hit - Impact
Delamination, or
when there is a
resin failure for
any other reas-
on.
Fretting X Surface dam-
age at the inter-
face between
elements of the
joints resulting
from very small
angular or lin-
ear movements.

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TERM GROUP DEFINITION


Mechanic- Chemical or Thermal Ac- Inherent Metal-
al Action Electro-Chem- tion or Cycling lurgical Char-
ical Reaction acteristics
Evidence of fret-
ting is usually
the production
of fine black
powder staining.
Indentation X Indentations are
pressure marks
which typically
show regular
smooth deform-
ation of the sur-
face without
change of the
cross sectional
area.
Burn Mark X A localized in-
dication of ex-
cessive heat-
ing ( paint and/
or surface black
discoloration)
after lightning
strike. Scorch
mark, pitting or
local melt thru in
addition to paint
and/or surface
black discolora-
tion can be seen
on metallic skins
or fasteners. On
composite struc-
tures, in addition
to paint discol-
oration, punctur-
ing or delamin-
ation/disbond-
ing can occur.
The size limit for
visual inspec-
tion is the limit
of paint discolor-
ation.
Penetration X A penetration
is an area of a
component's
surface that has
been pierced
through or into
its interior.

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Table 001 - Definition of Damage


4. Procedure of Skin Waviness Measurement
A. Measurement of Skin Waviness
(1). Installation of Control Tool 98D34103001000. For skin waviness measurement (Refer to Tool Drawing
98D34103001, sheets 01 thru 05 and Figure 003 and 004.
(a) Identify the holes (4) in the fuselage skin, which are used for attaching the Static Port storage
blanking covers and Pilot/Static test equipment.
(b) Position the Adapter (0) and attach to the fuselage with the two locking pins (3) over each of the
Static Ports areas, as required.
(c) Assemble the Measuring rule, using the large rule (2) for the CAP'T/1stOFF Static Ports, and the
small rule for the Standby Static Ports, onto the Adapter (0) with the two knurled screws (7) and
adjust the two pad screws (6), equally they lightly contact the aircraft skin (Refer to Tool Drawing
98D34103001, sheets 01 and 02).
(d) Attach the Dial Gage in the selected position on the measuring rule (Refer to Tool Drawing
98D34103001, sheet 01).

NOTE: Tool disassembly is in the reverse order.

(2). Measurement Procedure at CAP'T/1stOFF Static Ports LH/RH (Refer to Figure 003 and 004).
(a) With the tool assembly in position (using the large rule (2)), measure at nine points A, B, U, V, C,
W, X, D and E with the Dial Gage, as shown in Figure 001.
(b) Record each measurement.
(c) Calculation of Skin Waviness (Refer to Chapter 53-00-11, Paragraph 4.B and Figure 5).
1 Area R1
((B + C) - (U + V)) divided by 2 =
((C + D) - (W + X)) divided by 2 =
Refer to skin waviness value R1 given in Paragraph 4.B.(3) in Chapter 53-00-11.
2 Area R2
((A + X) - (U + V)) divided by 2 =
((U + E) - (W + X)) divided by 2 =
Refer to skin waviness value R2 given in Paragraph 4.B.(3) in Chapter 53-00-11.
(3). Measurement Procedure at Standby Static Ports LH/RH (Refer to Figure 003 and 004).
(a) With the tool assembly in position (using the small rule (1)), measure at six points A, B, U, V, C
and D with the Dial Gage, as given in Diagram Figure 001.
(b) Record each measurement.
(c) Calculation of Skin Waviness (Refer to Chapter 53-00-11, Paragraph 4.B and Figure 5).
1 Area R1
((B + C) - (U + V)) divided by 2 + 0.29 mm (0.011 in)
Refer to skin waviness value R1 given in Paragraph 4.B.(3) in Chapter 53-00-11.
2 Area R2
((A + D) - (U + V)) divided by 2 + 1.15 mm (0.045 in)
Refer to skin waviness value R2 given in Paragraph 4.B.(3) in Chapter 53-00-11.
(4). Fastener Flushness (Refer to Tool Drawing 98D34103001, sheet 05, Figure 002 and Paragraph 4.B in
Chapter 53-00-11).

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(a) Using the Tripod tool (Item 9) as shown in Figure 002, check that the fastener flushness in Area
R1 and Area R2 is within the allowable tolerance given in Chapter 53-00-11, Paragraph 4.B.(3).
(5). Surface Roughness (Refer to Chapter 53-00-11, Paragraph 4.B).
(a) Visually inspect Area R1 and Area R2 for any surface mechanical damage defect on external
skin.
(b) Measure any surface roughness in Area R1 and R2 and check that it is within the allowable
tolerance given in Chapter 53-00-11, Paragraph 4.B.(3).
(6). Depth of Damage or Doubler Thickness (Refer to Chapter 53-00-11, Figure 6).
(a) Using the Tripod Tool (9) check that, the depth of any damage, or doubler thickness, in Area A
and B is as given in Paragraph 4.A. and 4.B in Chapter 53-00-11.

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT THE REFERENCES/ILLUSTRATIONS ETC. BEING USED FOR
DEPTH MEASUREMENT ARE CORRECT FOR THE TYPES OF AIRCRAFT AND
STATIC PORT BEING INSPECTED. IF NOT, THIS COULD CAUSE ERRORS WHICH
COULD LEAD TO UNNECESSARY WORK BEING DONE.

(b) If there is a repair doubler in Area A and/or B, check that the chamfer is in accordance with the
data given in Paragraph 4.A and Figure 2 in Chapter 53-00-11.
(7). Angle of Attack Sensors (Refer to Chapter 53-00-11, Figure 7).

NOTE: There are two sensors.

(a) Using the Tripod tool (9) check that, the depth of any damage, or doubler thickness, in Area R8
and Area R9 is as given in Paragraph 4.A and 4.B in Chapter 53-00-11.

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT THE REFERENCES/ILLUSTRATIONS ETC. BEING USED FOR
DEPTH MEASUREMENT ARE CORRECT FOR THE TYPES OF AIRCRAFT AND
STATIC PORT BEING INSPECTED. IF NOT, THIS COULD CAUSE ERRORS WHICH
COULD LEAD TO UNNECESSARY WORK BEING DONE.

(b) If there is a repair doubler in Area R8 and/or R9, check that the chamfer is in accordance with the
data given in Paragraph 4.A and Figure 2 in Chapter 53-00-11.
(8). Pitot Probes (Refer to TASK 53-00-11-283-004, Figure 7).
Pitot Probes (Refer to Chapter 53-00-11, Figure 8).
(a) Using the Tripod tool (9) check that, the depth of any damage, or doubler thickness, in Area R10
and Area R11 is as given in Paragraph 4.A and 4.B in Chapter 53-00-11.

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT THE REFERENCES/ILLUSTRATIONS ETC. BEING USED FOR
DEPTH MEASUREMENT ARE CORRECT FOR THE TYPES OF AIRCRAFT AND
STATIC PORT BEING INSPECTED. IF NOT, THIS COULD CAUSE ERRORS WHICH
COULD LEAD TO UNNECESSARY WORK BEING DONE.

(b) If there is a repair doubler in Area R10 and/or R11, check that the chamfer is in accordance with
the data given in Paragraph 4.A and Figure 102 in Chapter 53-00-11.

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CENTER LINES OF STATIC PORTS

DIAL GAGE POSITIONS

A B U V C W X D E

MEASURING POINTS

CAPTAIN/FIRST OFFICER STATIC PORTS AIRCRAFT SKIN

CENTER LINE OF STATIC PORT

DIAL GAGE POSITIONS


NS6 51 11 00 0 BEM0 00 0

A B U V C D

MEASURING POINTS

STANDBY STATIC PORTS AIRCRAFT SKIN

Figure 001 (sheet 1) / 51-11-00 Installation of Tool Assembly 98D34103001

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DIAL GAGE

LOCKING SCREW

TRIPOD ASSEMBLY
(9)

AIRCRAFT SKIN
NS6 51 11 00 0 BGM0 00 0

INSET FASTENER HEAD RAISED FASTENER HEAD DAMAGE

Figure 002 (sheet 1) / 51-11-00 Use of Tripod Tool 98A34103000-044

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FR4

B A
LH SHOWN
A RH SYMMETRICAL
B

FR3
FR24
FR23

A STANDBY STATIC PORT

FR4 ATTACHMENT HOLE

FR3 STGR
LOCKING PIN (3)

ADAPTER (1)

STGR

ATTACHMENT HOLE

STGR

LOCKING PIN (3)


NOTE: STGR
NS6 51 11 00 0 BCM0 00 0

TO INSTALL ADAPTER (1) ON AIRCRAFT


FUSELAGE USE 2 LOCKING PINS (3)

FOR VIEW B SEE SHEET 2

STGR

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FR24

B
LH SHOWN
RH SYMMETRICAL

FR23

ATTACHMENT HOLE (4)

LOCKING PIN (3)

STGR
PADSCREW (6)

CAPTAIN FIRST OFFICER


STATIC PORTS
STGR

STGR
MEASURING RULE (2)
KNURLED SCREW (7)

ADAPTOR (0)
STGR
NS6 51 11 00 0 BHM0 00 0

NOTE:
TO INSTALL ADAPTER (0) ON AIRCRAFT LOCKING PIN (3)
FUSELAGE USE 2 LOCKING PINS (3)
STGR
TO FASTEN MEASURING RULE(2) ON ADAPTER ATTACHMENT HOLE (4)
STATIC PORT USE 2 KUNRLED SCREW (7) TO
BRING THE 2 PAD SCREWS (6) INTO CONTACT PADSCREW (6)
WITH SKIN (AIRCRAFT FUSELAGE).

Figure 004 (sheet 1) / 51-11-00 Installation of Tool Assembly 98D34103001

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5. Measurement of Remaining Thickness in Small Blended Out Areas


A. Description of possible damage
(1). Type and location of damage:
- in sheet and plate materials, remaining material which is not within the permissible limits,
- in any structural part, the depth of a blended out area, where corrosion has been removed.
B. Area of applicability
Aircraft structure after the removal of corrosion in small, local areas. For larger areas, use the ultrasonic
procedure where possible, refer to NTM Task 51-10-04-270-802.
C. Limits / Restrictions
D. Repair Category
E. Inspection
F. Structural Repair Kit List (SRKL)
G. Job Setup Information
(1). List of Materials
(2). List of Tools
(3). List of References
6. Procedure
A. Preparation for Inspection
(1). Make sure that the corrosion has been completely removed, refer to Chapter 51-74-00 and NTM Task
51-10-02-002.
(2). Remove the paint, adjacent to the blended area, over an area large enough to permit the straight
edge, or dial gauge, to be positioned.
(3). Make sure that the inspection area is clean.
(4). See the SRM to determine:
- Configuration of the inspection area,
- Nominal thickness of top element being inspected,
- Permissible limits for remaining thickness.
B. Inspection
(1). Measurement using Feeler Gauges
(a) Use a Feeler Gauge Set with a measurement range between 0.05 mm (0.002 in) and 1 mm
(0.039 in) steps, refer to Figure 005.
(b) Position a straight edge over the blended area as shown in Figure 005.
(c) Measure the maximum gap between the straight edge and the deepest part of the blended area,
refer to Figure 005.

NOTE: If the area of blend is too small to allow the use of Feeler Gauges, use the Dial Gauge
method.

(2). Measurement using a Dial Gauge


(a) Use a Dial Gauge with a measurement range of 0 to 10 mm (0.394 in) and measurement
accuracy of ± 0.05 mm (0.002 in), refer to Figure 006.
(b) Position the Dial Gauge over the blended area as shown in Figure 006.
(c) Take measurements at several different points to determine the maximum depth of the blend.

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(3). Determination of Remaining Sheet Thickness


(a) Determine the nominal thickness of the sheet:
- Refer to NTM Task 51-10-04-270-802,
- Refer to SRM for sheet thickness values.
(b) Calculate the remaining sheet thickness by subtracting the maximum depth of material removed
from the nominal sheet thickness.
(4). Measurement of remaining material thickness of seat track crown vertical parts use a slide gauge. The
slide gauge can be purchased locally, but obey the specification shown in Figure 007.
C. Acceptance Criteria
(1). Record all measured values on the appropriate documentation.

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A
CORRECT POSITION
OF THE STRAIGHT EDGE
AREA WHERE YOU MUST
REMOVE THE PAINT

SECTION
C C-C
D CORRECT USE OF THE FEELER GAUGE

STRAIGHT EDGE STRAIGHT EDGE


FLAT ON SKIN

C
D
SKIN FEELER GAUGE

SECTION

D-D
INCORRECT USE OF THE FEELER GAUGE
B
INCORRECT POSITION FEELER GAUGE STRAIGHT EDGE
OF THE STRAIGHT EDGE

SKIN GAP
E

SECTION

E-E
STRAIGHT EDGE STRAIGHT EDGE NOT
FLAT ON SKIN
NS6 51 11 00 0 BJM0 0 00

SKIN AREA IN WHICH


CORROSION IS
REMOVED

Figure 005 (sheet 1) / 51-11-00 Measurement using a Feeler Gauge

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A AREA WHERE YOU MUST


APPLY THE DIAL GAUGE IN THIS POSITION REMOVE THE PAINT

SECTION

C-C

DIAL GAUGE

C
MEASURING
MAX 40mm STAND
(1.575in.)

C SKIN

BASE FLAT
ON SKIN

B
DO NOT APPLY THE DIAL GAUGE IN THIS POSITION
SECTION

D-D

DIAL GAUGE

D
MEASURING
STAND
NS6 51 11 00 0 BKM0 0 00

BASE NOT FLAT


D ON SKIN SKIN

Figure 006 (sheet 1) / 51-11-00 Measurement using a Dial Gauge

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SECTION
A
A-A

GAUGE INDICATE THE


REMAINING MATERIAL
THICKNESS
NS6 51 11 00 0 BLM0 0 00

C
D
NOTE:
A = 9mm (0.354in.)
B = 14mm (0.551in.) A
C = 1mm (0.039in.)
D = 10mm (0.394in.) B

MAXIMUM REWORK

Figure 007 (sheet 1) / 51-11-00 Measurement of remaining


Material Thickness of Seat Track Crown Vertical Parts

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7. Illustrations of Types of Damage


A. The illustrations that follow are given for information only, to help identify types of damage (aspect and
shape). Do not use them as references for allowable damage criteria.
Refer to Chapters 52 thru 57 for damage assessment.
These illustrations are not an exhaustive list of all the types of damage that occur on the aircraft.

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Figure 008 (sheet 1) / 51-11-00 Scratch

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Figure 016 (sheet 1) / 51-11-00 Burn Mark (Metallic Structure)

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Figure 017 (sheet 1) / 51-11-00 Burn Mark (Fastener)

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Figure 018 (sheet 1) / 51-11-00 Burn Mark (Composite)

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