Best Reference Books – Aerospace Quality Assurance

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Aerospace Quality Assurance subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Aerospace Quality Assurance along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Aerospace Quality Assurance subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Aerospace Quality Assurance" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “The Analysis of Flight Operational Quality Assurance (Foqa) Data” by Giorge Tsuruta

“The Analysis of Flight Operational Quality Assurance (Foqa) Data” Book Review: This book is written for the research professionals in the aircraft industry. It will be useful for people working for increasing aircraft security. This book discusses some specific Flight Operational Quality Assurance (FOQA) parameters that have been left unchecked. It focuses on the parameters that can enhance aircraft safety but yet have not been recorded. It consists of a suggested list of FOQA parameters, which were sent to 40 FOQA professionals for reviewing. The book suggests a high importance for 11 additional parameters. This book covers both theoretical and practical aspects of FOQA parameters. There is detailed discussion on the effect of FOQA parameters on aircraft safety.

2. “Implement AS 9100 Rev D for Business Excellence: Quality Management System Requirements for Aviation, Space and Defence Organisations” by K T Thomas

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“Implement AS 9100 Rev D for Business Excellence: Quality Management System Requirements for Aviation, Space and Defence Organisations” Book Review: The book is written for the undergraduate students of aeronautical engineering. It can also be used as a reference by the quality management professionals. This book covers the best practices being followed in aerospace quality management. It discusses the requirements followed by aviation and defence equipment. It also focuses on improving QMS to achieve excellence in business. It has multiple real-life case studies. This book has a lot of anecdotes and examples. It also covers the topic of auditing and its importance in addition to AS 9100 Rev D.

3. “Aviation Maintenance Management” by Harry A Kinnison and Tariq Siddiqui

“Aviation Maintenance Management” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduates and postgraduates of aeronautical engineering. It can also be used by the managers working in the aviation maintenance industry. The book focuses on maintenance programs for aircrafts. It covers concepts like maintenance review board, personnel certification and reliability. Effective money saving techniques for aircrafts are covered in this book. It also discusses the application systems concepts for improved communication. This book has an updated computer support section which includes new monitoring systems. It has also included new manuals on which modern aircrafts heavily rely.

4. “Aerospace Materials and Material Technologies” by R J H Wanhill and N Eswara Prasad

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“Aerospace Materials and Material Technologies” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of aeronautical engineering. It can also be used by working professionals in the field of aerospace materials. The book covers topics of aerospace materials in detail. Topics about different metallic materials like Magnesium, Aluminium, aero steels, etc. are present in the book. Composite materials like Aluminium-Lithium alloy, PMCs and CMCs are also covered. Focus is there on the scientific principles and fundamental mechanisms, leading to various applications in the aircraft industry. There are plenty of real life examples included in each chapter. Emphasis is given on both theoretical and practical aspects.

5. “Consultants’ Directory 1994-1995: Aerospace, Automotive, ISO 9000 Quality Systems/Management” by Society of Automotive Engineers

“Consultants’ Directory 1994-1995: Aerospace, Automotive, ISO 9000 Quality Systems/Management” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of aeronautical engineering. It can also be used by working professionals in aircraft quality control as a reference. This book discusses the leading topics of quality management. It covers the topics of internationally accepted standards of AS 9000. It focuses on the topics of cutting down costs while maintaining compliance in the aerospace industry. It also covers topics of aerospace specific programs and topics, like airworthiness and identification marking. This book has many real life examples to make the concept clear. It also has numerically solved examples to simplify the concept.

6. “Hazard Analysis Techniques for System Safety” by Clifton A Ericson II

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“Hazard Analysis Techniques for System Safety” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used for students of aeronautical engineering as a reference. The book covers the concepts of hazard recognition and environmental hazard analysis. It includes the components of a hazard and how to recognize them. It also discusses different types of hazard analysis like process analysis, job analysis and test analysis. There is a detailed discussion on how to perform the different analysis techniques and when to use them. It contains detailed examples of application of the methods. Also many real-life everyday problems are discussed in this book.

7. “Formal Methods for Safety and Security: Case Studies for Aerospace Applications” by Manju Nanda and Yogananda Jeppu

“Formal Methods for Safety and Security: Case Studies for Aerospace Applications” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduates of Aeronautical engineering. It can also be used as a reference material by researchers and professionals. This book discusses the formal methods in the aerospace industry. It also covers the topics of verification and validation in safety critical applications. The topics of software optimization in critical applications are also discussed in detail. The book has many real-life examples. It also has numerical explanations of the formal methods given in the book.

8. “Manual of Aviation Fuel Quality Control Procedures (ASTM manual series)” by Rick Waite

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“Manual of Aviation Fuel Quality Control Procedures (ASTM manual series)” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of aeronautical engineering. Working professionals of the aviation fuelling department can also use this book as a reference. This book covers topics of common assessment procedures for aviation fuel quality. It also has sections on water and microbial contamination of fuel. It has a special focus on detection of particulates in fuels. Filtration equipment is also discussed in this book in detail. This book has a detailed glossary. It also has many black and white photos and diagrams.

9. “About Space (We Both Read – Level 1-2 (Quality))” by Jana Carson

“About Space (We Both Read – Level 1-2 (Quality))” Book Review: This book is written for children of young age. It can also provide knowledge to adults as well. It includes information about different planets. It also has additional information on dwarf planets like Pluto. It also discusses how astronauts live in space. It also covers topics like moons, important stars and various galaxies. This book has many photographs of planets. It also includes photos of moons, stars and galaxies.

10. “Flying Qualities and Flight Testing of the Aeroplane” by Darrol Stinton

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“Flying Qualities and Flight Testing of the Aeroplane” Book Review: This book is written for the students of aeronautical engineering. It can also be used by the working professionals of the aircraft testing field. It covers the topics of aircraft design and testing aircrafts. It deals with both heavy public commuter flights and microflights. It focuses on the manual flying control methods. It also discusses the airworthiness testing of historic and replicated aeroplanes. This book covers a lot of practical examples. It also covers important historic information and basic principles of flight.

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