Engine Condition Trend Monitoring

Engine Condition Trend MonitoringECM is the continuous monitoring of key engine parameter to detect impending failures and assess engine performance. ECM uses standard engine and aircraft instrumentation for monitoring.

During normal operation all engines will experience rubbing, thermal stress, mechanical stress, dirt accumulation, foreign object ingestion and other events which will eventually result in a measurable decrease in efficiency. By continuously monitoring the evolution of key parameters that can translate engine condition, deterioration in engine performance can be detected as well as early signs of engine faults and thus appropriate measures can be undertaken.

This course provides an introduction to the process and techniques related to Engine Condition Trend Monitoring.



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Abbreviations & Terminology
Engine Fundamentals - Introduction
Introduction to Engine Condition Trend Monitoring (ECTM)
Trend Monitoring Parameters
Condition-based Engine Maintenance
Engine Maintenance Economics / Module / LLP
Understanding EGT Margin
Performance Deterioration Detection & Parameter Shifts
ECTM and Cruise Trend Analysis Considerations
Technical Drivers of Off‐Wing Maintenance
Commercial Considerations of Off‐Wing Maintenance
Aircraft Core Engine Washing
Engine Maintenance Reserve Contract Management
Choosing the Right Software for ECM Monitoring

About this course

Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to 1 day classroom training
Category: Part M
Price: 77.50 USD


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