This is a 15 page reserach paper it needs to be edited and enhanced with a bibli

This is a 15 page reserach paper it needs to be edited and enhanced with a biblical world view. Also please use the Ninety-Nines in the research and possibly missionary female pilots. I have uploaded the paper and also the assigment instructions. This needs to be done in APA 7 professional format

For this assignment, conduct research and consider current national and internat

For this assignment, conduct research and consider current national and international regulations. As the aviation industry is evolving, regulations need to adapt to meet the changing landscape. Research one national and one international regulation to identify an area where the regulation could be improved based on current, or future, industry changes. As an example of potential changes coming to the aviation industry watch How Autonomous Flying Taxis Could Change the Way You Travel (8:04/Ted Talks) (Links to an external site.). You may choose any two regulations you wish. Then write a two to three-page paper, not including the title page and reference page, that identifies the regulation and then explains and supports your proposed improvement.
Your paper must be supported by a minimum of three scholarly references, should be grammatically sound, and free of spelling errors. You must include a properly formatted title page, in-text citations where appropriate, and a reference page formatted according to current APA guidelines. If you have any questions regarding APA requirements, please refer to the current APA manual or ask your instructor.
Please refer to the rubric to ensure that you have a thorough understanding of the expectations and grading scale for this activity.
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Rubric
ASCI 202 6.3 COA UG Writing Assignments Rubric V2
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization and Context
Should provide an effective and concise overview/introduction; develops a coherent, central theme that is expressed in a structured, organized, and logical manner.
20 pts
Exceeds Standards
17 pts
Meets Standards
13 pts
Does Not Meet Standards
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeKnowledge and Comprehension
Should address given assignment requirements; there should be evidence from course content and from valid, external sources should be used.
30 pts
Exceeds Standards
25 pts
Meets Standards
20 pts
Does Not Meet Standards
30 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis, Evaluation, and Application
Should identify and analyze issues and relationships between factors with examples; supports argument based upon solid body of evidence; should apply to real-life situations and defined, if required.
30 pts
Exceeds Standards
25 pts
Meets Standards
20 pts
Does Not Meet Standards
30 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStyle and Mechanics
Mechanics of style should enhance content understanding, and writing skillfully supports the message and is in required format. Citations and references present and IAW APA.
20 pts
Exceeds Standards
17 pts
Meets Standards
13 pts
Does Not Meet Standards
20 pts
Total Points: 100

Instructions: The student will write a final paper with a 3 to 4 page body on a

Instructions: The student will write a final paper with a 3 to 4 page body on a topic that is related to aviation safety (either on the ground or in the air). This is NOT an aircraft accident analysis and/or review paper. However, the student may use aircraft accidents as supporting data, but not as main topics/theme. The final paper should be a critical analysis of the topic chosen. The goal is to explore, research, critically think, and present a topic that the student found interesting in the course material. Outline Assignment The student will write a 1 to 2-page outline for the Final Paper in Microsoft Word. The Final Paper is a 3 to 4-page report on a topic that is related to aviation safety (either on the ground or in the air). The outline must introduce the topic that the student is writing about for the final paper. In a Microsoft Word document, write a 1 to 2-page outline in current APA edition format to include double spaced, 12-font, New Times Roman. While there is no specific “outline” template for this assignment, there are several types of outlines commonly used, for example there are full sentence outlines (not paragraphs), decimal outlines and alphanumeric outlines to name a few. Final Draft Assignment The paper must be written in Microsoft Word, adhere to current APA format with double spaced, 12-font, New Times Roman, include a title page, and a reference page. It must cite at least 3 academic resources (books, journals, articles, websites, etc.), plus the Bible, so four (4) total. The student will be allowed flexibility if topics/themes are changed from the outline due to professor input, new research conducted, and/or the student wants to include different information. Within the paper, the student will present a biblical verse/personal viewpoint to the reader. BEST TOPIC (in my opinion): Safety Culture in Aviation/ Just culture Environment Can NOT use these accidents in this project: Descent Below Visual Glidepath and Impact with Seawall: Asiana Airlines Flight 214 Rapid Descent and Crash into Water: Atlas Air Inc. Flight 3591 United Flight 173 Accident Report Accident to the Airbus A330-203 registered F-GZCP and operated by Air France occurred on 06/01/2009 in the Atlantic Ocean

Major is Avaiation management List three ideas that you feel will change the in

Major is Avaiation management
List three ideas that you feel will change the industry in the next decade. This can be a new technology, a new policy, a new type of device, etc. Justify it with your rationale and knowledge and back it up with cited resources (resource page is not included in 10 pages

students will prepare a case study of an aviation issue or event relevant to one

students will prepare a case study of an aviation issue or event relevant to one of the week’s assigned FARs. For example, the recent Southwest airlines maintenance problems would be a good subject for a FAR Part 121 case study.
Elements of the case study will include a summary of the issue or event, the applicability of the subject FAR, the FAA/NTSB interpretation of the implementation/violation of the subject FAR, and changes, if any, to the FAR as a result of the issue or event. The final element of the case studies will be a discussion of the student’s thoughts on the situation and the results.
These case studies are scholarly works, must show the applicability of the subject FAR to the identified issue or event, and will be written in the current APA style.

PLEASE REVIEW ALL ATTACHED DOCUMENTS FOR COMPLETION OF DISCUSSION POST. ALSO 1

PLEASE REVIEW ALL ATTACHED DOCUMENTS FOR COMPLETION OF DISCUSSION POST. ALSO 1 SOURCE MUST BE FROM THE ATTACHED TEXT BOOK PLEASE ENSURE THAT ALL REQUIRMENTS OF THE GRADING RUBRIC ARE MEET FOR THE POST
Discussion Thread 4: HUMAN FACTORS
In the early 1980’s, crew resource management (CRM) became
the “buzz” word of the day. In the late 1990s, this idea was broadened to
become known as human factors. The FAA addresses these issues in Advisory Circular
AC 120-72. The FAA has identified the top twelve human factors which negatively
affect maintenance in a pamphlet called “Avoid the Dirty Dozen (Links to an external site.).”
After studying these twelve human factors, which three are of the greatest
threat to an aviation maintenance technician? Why? While you may reference
these two documents, the textbook and 1 other outside source must still be
referenced.

: Evaluation of Turboelectric Propulsion for Commercial Transport You are advise

: Evaluation of Turboelectric Propulsion for Commercial Transport
You are advised to spend no more than six hours on this task.
Produce and upload a set of presentation slides with pre-recorded audio commentary
justifying and summarising your assessment of the potential for deployment of
Turboelectric Propulsion in the successor to the New Efficient Aircraft, with a launch
target of 2030. The presentation should contain no more than 10 slides and the audio
recording should not exceed 8 minutes. The presentation should not contain video.
[40 marks]
Approach
The required format for the presentation and suggested reading and analysis that will support
your assessment are set out below.
The majority of marks are available for how you use technical evidence to justify your
assessment of the technology in the presentation and you should focus your efforts accordingly.
Since this is an open-ended task without a unique right answer, you are advised to limit the time
you spend on it, as you would in a professional role, and spend no more than 6 hours including
analysis and background research. This might be split into two hours reviewing the
recommended reading, two hours of analysis, and two hours preparing and recording the
presentation.
Format
Good slides are visual, can be understood rapidly. They should not be text-heavy. Use of
annotated images and plots to support your argument can be particularly effective.
Where you refer to results of your own calculations you should attach evidence of these
calculations as an appendix so as not to spoil the flow of the presentation. The appendix does
not need to be typeset or written formally, but should provide a logical and legible record of the
evidence on which you base your assessment. If you provide an appendix, it should be added at
the end of the presentation (the appendix is not included in the 10 slide limit)
You may use images, data and quotations from other studies in your presentation, but these
must be accompanied by references to their primary source.
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You must submit the presentation as a power point file (.pptx). Please consult the Module
Coordinator if you are not able to work in this format to discuss alternative arrangements. Please
name the file in the format ‘Surname_Initials_StudentNumber.pptx’, for example
Richardson_ES_3248994.pptx
Do not include video recordings in your presentation.
Suggested reading
The following articles are recommended background reading for this Task. Both articles are from
the same research group at NASA Glenn. Reference [1] from 2008 is less current but provides a
simpler overview and gives useful data that compares a conventional turbofan arrangement
against superconducting-turboelectric systems directly. Reference [2] from 2016 provides a more
advanced analysis of the same aircraft propulsion concept. Both articles can be downloaded
from the Assignment 1 folder on Blackboard for use in this Task.
[1] Kim, H.D., Brown, G.V. and Felder, J.L., 2008. Distributed turboelectric propulsion for
hybrid wing body aircraft.
[2] Welstead, J. and Felder, J.L., 2016. Conceptual design of a single-aisle turboelectric
commercial transport with fuselage boundary layer ingestion. In 54th AIAA Aerospace
Sciences Meeting (p. 1027).
You may wish to explore other engineering literature on the topic further.
Suggested discussion:
i. The effective bypass ratio of a turboelectric propulsion system can be defined as the total
mass flow rate through the fans divided by the total mass flow rate through the cores of
the gas turbine engines. You should discuss how you would select the effective bypass
ratio for the turboelectric propulsion system. In doing so, you may find it helpful to review
the discussion about choice of turbofan bypass ratio in Chapter 7 of the Course Book.
ii. For a given effective bypass ratio there is also a choice of the number of fans to be used.
You should discuss the rationale for using more or fewer fans. You might consider how
the total weight and efficiency of the fans and associated motors and ducting varies as
you change the number of fans. The variation of turbomachinery weight with diameter is
discussed in a basic way in Section 7.7 of the Course Book.
iii. References [1] and [2] consider concepts with a high level of integration between the
airframe and the propulsion system – particularly by positioning the fans so that they
ingest the wing boundary layer and contribute to high lift for short take off capability. You
should consider whether the turboelectric propulsion concept would still be beneficial
even within a conventional tube and wing aircraft architecture with podded fans. You
might consider how the nacelle drag is affected by the number and size of fan pods, and
how it contributes to the overall propulsive performance. Nacelle drag is discussed in
Section 7.6 of the Course Book.
iv. The weight of the turboelectric propulsion system is affected by the need for high power
electric generators and motors. References [1] and [2] consider use of high power
density superconducting electric machines (data for the power density of this type of
machine can be deduced from Table 3 of Reference [1]). Note that high power density
non-superconducting permanent magnet electric generators and motors have a power
density on the order of 6 kW/kg, discuss whether turboelectric propulsion is likely to be
advantageous using current commercially-available electric machines, or whether
development of superconducting electric drives are necessary in order to make
turboelectric propulsion viable for the successor to the New Efficient Aircraft. You could
assess the effect of system weight on the corrected sfc following an approach similar to
Section 7.7 of the Course Book.
Load the GasTurb13 software, select ‘Geared Turbofan A’ from the ‘Jet Engines’ tab and then
the ‘Performance’ option under the ‘Engine Design’ tab. Load the DemoGearedTurbofan.CYG
engine data and run a Design Point calculation for the default engine data provided. This
engine set up is a plausible design for a practical geared turbofan engine.
Note that the main input parameters (other than outer fan pressure ratio and the presence of
various cooling flows) are approximately the same as in Tables 1-2. Examine the output of the
GasTurb13 calculation and explain the reasons for the main differences between the
GasTurb13 results and the results from your hand calculation in Task 1a. You may perform
and refer to any additional calculations that help to quantify and explain the reasons for the
differences.
Your answer should not exceed 300 words of text.

“Choose one current planetary mission that is studying a planet, moon, or other

“Choose one current planetary mission that is studying a planet, moon, or other body in our solar system. What is the significance of this mission and how does it add to its parent organization’s overall solar system exploration goals?” Note: to be considered “current” in this assignment, the missions should have launched no later than 2000; planned missions that will launch within the next 5 years are also acceptable. You must post your choice of mission in the Week 3 Topic Choice Forum. Each student must choose a different mission for their paper. Make sure to post early to get your first choice! Many students focus on NASA missions and you are strongly encouraged to research missions lead by other space agencies like the European Space Agency (ESA), the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), and others. Your paper should be written for a knowledgeable and scientific audience, not a general audience. Please make your outline as complete as possible. The attached outline is a guide for what your detailed outline should look like. The more detailed your outline is, the better the feedback I’ll be able to give. However, it must remain an outline. Any full written drafts of the final paper will be returned and full paragraphs will not be read. Your outline needs to include at least 3 scholarly sources that you intend to use in your paper. Scholarly sources include peer reviewed journal articles, mission reports, and other academic sources. News articles and general webpages can be used to supplement your scholarly sources, but should not be your main references for this assignment. The reference list does not have to be complete at this point, however it should reflect the level of research you are pursuing for the paper.

For Sections I – V: you must submit a typed, double-spaced paper, in APA format,

For Sections I – V: you must submit a typed, double-spaced paper, in APA format, that is five (or more) pages in length. Please include a title page and an abstract at the beginning of your paper (but these do not count toward page length requirements). Thorough, thoughtful, and well-organized papers will receive the highest grades. **Within the paper, sections I – V must be covered and included, in the order presented below and labeled. The questions are included only for guidance, to make sure that you address each of the sections thoroughly and thoughtfully by addressing the topics of your choice. YOUR ESSAY MUST BE WRITTEN IN PARAGRAPH FORMAT, NOT Q & A!**
The attached document, Career Research Essay Information, provides helpful hints and a loose outline you can use when writing this paper.
Required Components:
Title Page
Abstract
Introduction Paragraph, then:
Section I: (20 points; suggested page length is 1 – 2 pages) Information about a specific career in which you are interested. You should include information such as the nature of the work, the environment, the education, skills, training, and personality traits required to be successful, average salaries, the labor market outlook, related position, typical employers, etc. Sources to use include books, periodicals, newspapers, professional journals, and websites. Suggested questions to answer include but are not limited to:
■ What special skills, talents, or personality traits are necessary for this occupation?
■ Where could you gain experience?
■ In what ways are you suited for this career?
■ What personality characteristics or skills do you currently possess that you believe will benefit you in this career?
Section II: (20 points; suggested page length is 1 – 2 pages) Information about a specific employer who would hire someone with your chosen career interests. For example, if you want to be a nurse, this section could be about Atrium Health. If you want to be a restaurant manager, this section could be about Chili’s or Chick-fil-A. If you want to be a journalist, this section could be about The Charlotte Observer.
You should approach this part of the assignment as though you were preparing for a real job interview. Topics covered should include the size of the organization, its history, the organizational structure, its culture and/or mission, branches or subsidiaries, clients or customers, products or services, opportunities for promotion, etc. Most medium to large size organizations have this information on their website. However, you are encouraged to research information from other resources other than the organization itself (for example: Hoovers, Uniworld). Other suggested questions to answer include but are not limited to:
■ What is the prospect for employment in this occupation/with this employer?
■ What factors influence the availability of jobs in this field/with this employer?
■ What is the growth potential for this job/with this employer?
■ What health benefits are available to employees?
■ What health and safety issues are involved in this occupation?
■ What other benefits might this employer provide: vacation time, retirement plan, perks?
Section III: (20 points; suggested page length is 1 – 2 pages) A description of the typical career path one follows as he/she advances in this career. What is an entry-level position? What are other names of entry-level positions? Is there more than one path one could take? What are the middle and upper-level positions? Suggested questions to answer include but are not limited to:
■ What is the minimum education required for this job? Maximum?
■ How many years of study are involved? At what cost?
■ Where would you obtain this education? (On-the-job training, junior college, technical school, college, or university?)
■ What are the entrance requirements for these training schools? How many years? Postgraduate?
■ What is the standard beginning wage for this job? In this area? Elsewhere?
■ What is the maximum salary you can expect? Here? Elsewhere?
■ What factors affect the salary range?
■ What expenses are involved in setting yourself up in this profession?
■ How can the “startup” costs be financed, underwritten, or deferred?
Section IV: (20 points; suggested page length is 1 – 2 pages) In order to complete this project, you must include an informational interview with a person who works in your field of interest. The interview may be conducted in person, by phone, by email, etc or you may use a published or recorded interview.
The employer interview is Section IV of the Career Research Project: (20 points of 100 points; the suggested page length is 1 – 2 pages). Students must incorporate the questions and answers into paragraphs using summary and direct and in-direct quotes. This section should be cited as an APA personal communication like this (J. Billings, personal communication, March 22, 2019).
Directions for Section: In order to complete this project, you must include an informational interview with a person who works in your field of interest. There are two ways to do this:
Find someone who works in your field, or as close as possible, and interview them, either in person, via Zoom, Facetime, Skype, etc., or by phone, email, text, etc.(preferred).
Find a published or recorded interview with someone in your career field if you cannot find anyone to interview personally. If you use this option, be sure to cite the source in APA format, and the source must be no more than 7 years old to comply with APA guidelines.
Please try to find someone to interview personally, as you will learn a lot more about the career this way. Make sure to find someone knowledgeable in the field and/or about the company you selected, and please do not choose to interview a close family member. If you cannot locate someone, find a published or recorded interview; our librarians can help you find one if you can’t. It is your responsibility to find this source, but if you are unable to, please reach out to your instructor.
Suggested questions to ask include but are not limited to:
What special skills, talents, or personality traits are necessary, or preferred, for this occupation?
What is the prospect for employment in this occupation, especially in the local area (Rowan and Cabarrus counties)?
What factors influence the availability of jobs in this field?
What should students keep in mind when looking at, pursuing, and/or beginning this type of career (generally or specifically)?
Can you describe a typical day in this, or your, career field?
What are the usual days/hours?
What do you enjoy most about this career choice or your job?
What do you consider to be the most challenging?
Is there anything else you would like to say or share that was not previously asked?
What advice can you give someone who wishes to go into this field?
This section, like the rest of the paper, must be written in narrative, paragraph form, not simply Q&A!!! You should introduce your interview subject (their name, job title, etc), tell a little about them and the interview, and then narrate your conversation. APA format requires that you cite personal communication in text only, in this format:
“I asked Ms. Smith what her favorite part of the day was. She said, “My favorite part of the day is when I successfully help a client reach their goal” (A. Smith, personal communication, November 3, 2002).
Section V: (20 points; suggested page length is 1 page) Finally, your last section will be used to reflect on your research and experience. In many cases, this is the most important section so you should give it plenty of effort and thinking. For instance, reflect on how well you, the author, think you would fit in with this employer. You may need to describe your satisfaction in working in the career field that you have investigated. What did you learn? Suggested questions to answer include but are not limited to:
■ What personality traits/skills do you possess that would make you suited for this job?
■ What “real life” experiences have you had that have prepared you?
■ How has this research confirmed or changed your plans and why?
■ Are there any areas in which you need to continue to develop skills?
■ Which aspects of the field/position do you like/dislike and why?
■ Which aspects/characteristics do/do not fit you as a person and a potential employee?
Conclusion Paragraph
References

References:
The paper must include references from at least six sources (including the interview). To avoid plagiarism, you must cite information gained from other resources using standard, APA format. Refer to your e-Text, the LRC resources, Purdue OWL, or your instructor for further information and guidance.
Grading:
Each area represents a percentage of the total points available for the essay component. Omitting a section will have a significant impact on the final grade