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Safety in Civil Aviation

Monitoring Management of Ecology

Authors: Oksana Gennadyevna Feoktistova, Igor Konstantinovich Turkin, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny

Publisher: Springer Nature Singapore

Book Series : Springer Aerospace Technology

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This book presents a methodology for assessing environmental safety in civil aviation. The methodology allows the comparison of different technological processes and evaluates their impact on the environment. At the same time, the medical and demographic indicators for ecologically unfavorable territories are compared with similar indicators in the control (background) territories in the same climatic and geographical zones. This book contains methodological recommendations for the creation of the system for ecology safety in the organizational structures of civil aviation. This book is useful to a wide audience—students of aviation, lecturers, as well as specialists in the field of ecology and those involved in ensuring the necessary ecology requirements at aviation enterprises.

Table of Contents

Frontmatter

Theoretical Foundations of Building of the System for Management of Ecology Safety in Civil Aviation

Frontmatter
Chapter 1. Analysis of Compliance of the System for Management of Ecology Safety in Civil Aviation with Modern Requirements
Abstract
A specific feature of aviation as a type of transport is its direct impact on the troposphere from the perspective of the heights of the maximum concentration of ozone (20–30 km).
Oksana Gennadyevna Feoktistova, Igor Konstantinovich Turkin, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny
Chapter 2. Analysis of Work in the Area of Improving the Requirements to the System of Management of Ecology Safety
Abstract
To create a system of ecology safety in air transport, it is necessary to clearly understand the factors that cause ecologically dangerous situations. The formation of a system for the prevention and localization of negative impacts on the environment requires knowledge of the causes that cause the deterioration of its condition.
Oksana Gennadyevna Feoktistova, Igor Konstantinovich Turkin, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny
Chapter 3. Theoretical Studies of Ways to Improve the Efficiency of the System of Management of Ecology Safety in Civil Aviation
Abstract
The ecological consequences of economic activity, and as a result, techno genic impacts on the environment, are expressed in the contamination of its components with various kinds of harmful substances, changes in the course of cyclic biogeochemical and other natural processes in nature.
Oksana Gennadyevna Feoktistova, Igor Konstantinovich Turkin, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny

Comprehensive Monitoring of the System for Management of Ecology Safety in Civil Aviation

Frontmatter
Chapter 4. Development of Analytical Methods for Solving Problems of Management for Ecology Safety in Civil Aviation at the Stages of the Life Cycle of an Aircraft Product
Abstract
The ecological consequences of any economic activity and the inevitable technogenic impacts on the environment are expressed in the contamination of its components with various kinds of harmful substances, changes in the cyclic biogeochemical and other natural processes, occurring in nature.
Oksana Gennadyevna Feoktistova, Igor Konstantinovich Turkin, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny
Chapter 5. Development of Comprehensive Monitoring of the Sustainability of the System for Management of Ecology Safety in Civil Aviation
Abstract
Reimers N. F. defined the release as a short-term or for a certain time (hour, day) entry of any pollutants into the environment. In the reference dictionary [1], emissions are understood as waste, generated as a result of anthropogenic activities, the entry of which into the environment is an integral part of techno genesis.
Oksana Gennadyevna Feoktistova, Igor Konstantinovich Turkin, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny
Chapter 6. Forecasting the Functioning of the System of Management of Ecology Safety in Civil Aviation on the Basis of Comprehensive Monitoring of Its Condition at the Stages of the Life Cycle of an Aircraft Product
Abstract
Considering the concept of safety, it is impossible not to dwell on some views regarding the nature of accidents of technogenically dangerous objects, in particular, on the energy-entropy concept of accidents, considered in the work of Belov [1].
Oksana Gennadyevna Feoktistova, Igor Konstantinovich Turkin, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny
Metadata
Title
Safety in Civil Aviation
Authors
Oksana Gennadyevna Feoktistova
Igor Konstantinovich Turkin
Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny
Copyright Year
2023
Publisher
Springer Nature Singapore
Electronic ISBN
978-981-19-6207-3
Print ISBN
978-981-19-6206-6
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-6207-3

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