Introduction

Standard Computerized Airplane Performance (SCAP) is a group of unique documents that embody specifications which reduce the development effort for airlines (interfacing with different aircraft manufacturer's programs) and manufacturers (meeting individual airlines requirements for client specific features) showcasing clear advantages in the standardization of input/output features and data formats.

How it works

All airlines must provide performance data to enable their flight crews to operate aircraft safely, economically and in accordance with their applicable certification rules and operating practices. Basic data has in the past been provided by the aircraft manufacturer in various manuals (AFM, Operations Manual, Performance Engineer's Manual) in hard copy form.

In order to reduce the development effort for the airlines and manufacturers there are clear advantages in standardizing the input/output features of these programs, and associated data formats. With the SCAP Library and SCAP Ops Bundle airlines and aircraft manufacturers alike can optimize the road to ensuring effective and efficient interfacing of aircraft systems and data.

What's in the SCAP Library?

This library of documents consolidates information on SCAP areas of operations covering:

TITLE sUMMARY SCAP LIBRARY SCAP OPS BUNDLE
SCAP - Take-off Provides unique, aggregated content and a common set of OEM specifications that describes the interface between a takeoff computation module (MM), to be provided by the manufacturer, and an operator's calling program (CP) to be provided by the operator. X X
SCAP- Climb-out Provides unique, aggregated content and a common set of OEM specifications that describes the interface between a climb-out profile computation module (MM) to be provided by the manufacturer and a calling program (CP) to be provided by the operator. X X
SCAP - Inflight Provides unique, aggregated content and a common set of OEM specifications that defines standard input and output files for the inflight performance programs provided by the aircraft manufacturers. X X
SCAP - Landing Provides unique, aggregated content and a common set of OEM specifications that describes the interface between an airplane landing performance module, to be provided by the aircraft manufacturer, and an operator’s airplane performance computer program. X X
SCAP- Interface Specification APM (Airplane Perf. Manual) Provides unique, aggregated content and a common set of OEM specifications that defines the contents and format of the input and output files for APM software as provided by the aircraft manufacturers. X  
SCAP - Noise Provides unique, aggregated content and a common set of OEM specifications that defines the interface between a noise computation module (MM) to be provided by the manufacturer and a calling program (CP) to be provided by the operator. X  
SCAP - Airport Database Interchange Specification Provides unique, aggregated content and a common set of OEM specifications that describes the purpose and relationship between each data element in the Airport Data Specification supporting the efficient data transfer to airport systems X  
SCAP- Alternative Interface Addresses the issue of a language-independent definition for an alternate SCAP interface for takeoff and landing. This document is a derivative of the Alternate SCAP Interface for Takeoff and Landing, 2nd Edition. X  

Designed for

  • Airline Technical Operations - Performance Engineers and Analysts
  • Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs)
  • Third Party Service and Software providers
  • Aircraft Modification / Design Authorities or Service providers

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Standard Computerized Airplane Performance (SCAP) Library

Edition: 1
Media: Mobile
Language: English
Regular Price: US $2000

Standard Computerized Airplane Performance (SCAP) Ops Bundle

Edition: 1
Media: Mobile
Language: English
Regular Price: US $1000