MODUK - DEF STAN 00-970: PART 11
Design and Airworthiness Requirements for Service Aircraft Part 11: Engines
|Publication Date:||14 May 2018|
This Part of the Defence Standard has been issued to provide requirements and guidance for the certification of UK military aircraft engines.
This standard has been developed in full consideration of European civil certification requirements to ensure that the design of new engines under this standard will comply with a Certification Basis drawn from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) CS-E together with the UK military requirements. Where there are no identified military specific certification requirements, the extant CS-E requirement is specified. Where military requirements are specified, these are denoted as UK-E.
This is a generic document which contains requirements for the whole range of engine applications. The use of the document is described in Part 0 Section 3.
Def. Stan 00-970 comprises:
Part 0 Procedure for Use, Guidance and Definitions
Part 1 Fixed Wing
Part 3 Small Type Aircraft
Part 5 Large Type Aircraft
Part 7 Rotorcraft
Part 9 Remotely Piloted Air Systems (RPAS)
Part 11 Engines
Part 13 Military Common Fit Equipment
Part 15 Items with No Specific Military Requirements