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Title 14Chapter ISubchapter CPart 33


TITLE 14—Aeronautics and Space

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER C—AIRCRAFT

PART 33—AIRWORTHINESS STANDARDS: AIRCRAFT ENGINES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§33.1
Applicability.
§33.3
General.
§33.4
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness.
§33.5
Instruction manual for installing and operating the engine.
§33.7
Engine ratings and operating limitations.
§33.8
Selection of engine power and thrust ratings.
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Subpart B—DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION; GENERAL

§33.11
Applicability.
§33.13
[Reserved]
§33.15
Materials.
§33.17
Fire protection.
§33.19
Durability.
§33.21
Engine cooling.
§33.23
Engine mounting attachments and structure.
§33.25
Accessory attachments.
§33.27
Turbine, compressor, fan, and turbosupercharger rotor overspeed.
§33.28
Engine control systems.
§33.29
Instrument connection.
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Subpart C—DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION; RECIPROCATING AIRCRAFT ENGINES

§33.31
Applicability.
§33.33
Vibration.
§33.34
Turbocharger rotors.
§33.35
Fuel and induction system.
§33.37
Ignition system.
§33.39
Lubrication system.
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Subpart D—BLOCK TESTS; RECIPROCATING AIRCRAFT ENGINES

§33.41
Applicability.
§33.42
General.
§33.43
Vibration test.
§33.45
Calibration tests.
§33.47
Detonation test.
§33.49
Endurance test.
§33.51
Operation test.
§33.53
Engine system and component tests.
§33.55
Teardown inspection.
§33.57
General conduct of block tests.
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Subpart E—DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION; TURBINE AIRCRAFT ENGINES

§33.61
Applicability.
§33.62
Stress analysis.
§33.63
Vibration.
§33.64
Pressurized engine static parts.
§33.65
Surge and stall characteristics.
§33.66
Bleed air system.
§33.67
Fuel system.
§33.68
Induction system icing.
§33.69
Ignitions system.
§33.70
Engine life-limited parts.
§33.71
Lubrication system.
§33.72
Hydraulic actuating systems.
§33.73
Power or thrust response.
§33.74
Continued rotation.
§33.75
Safety analysis.
§33.76
Bird ingestion.
§33.77
Foreign object ingestion—ice.
§33.78
Rain and hail ingestion.
§33.79
Fuel burning thrust augmentor.
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Subpart F—BLOCK TESTS; TURBINE AIRCRAFT ENGINES

§33.81
Applicability.
§33.82
General.
§33.83
Vibration test.
§33.84
Engine overtorque test.
§33.85
Calibration tests.
§33.87
Endurance test.
§33.88
Engine overtemperature test.
§33.89
Operation test.
§33.90
Initial maintenance inspection test.
§33.91
Engine system and component tests.
§33.92
Rotor locking tests.
§33.93
Teardown inspection.
§33.94
Blade containment and rotor unbalance tests.
§33.95
Engine-propeller systems tests.
§33.96
Engine tests in auxiliary power unit (APU) mode.
§33.97
Thrust reversers.
§33.99
General conduct of block tests.
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Subpart G—SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: TURBINE AIRCRAFT ENGINES

§33.201
Design and test requirements for Early ETOPS eligibility.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 33—Instructions for Continued Airworthiness
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 33—Certification Standard Atmospheric Concentrations of Rain and Hail


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