The PSI Section within DAVENG fulfils two main (yet entirely separate) roles:
The PSI Section also coordinates WDA activities for ADF platforms in collaboration with DSTG’s WDA laboratory. More information can be found here.
As circumstances permit, PSI Section will coordinate the ADF PSI Symposium.
The ADF PSI Symposium is the only dedicated forum for military propulsion systems in Australasia. It provides an excellent opportunity for organisations and personnel in the ADF propulsion systems community to network and share their knowledge and experience.
The ADF PSI Symposium is open to all personnel involved in the acquisition and in-service management of ADF fixed and rotary-wing propulsion systems. Representatives from the following organisations may also find the ADF PSI Symposium beneficial: foreign militaries, science and technology organisations, universities, industry, and airworthiness authorities.
Registration for the ADF Propulsion Systems Symposium is free. The cost of travel, accommodation, and incidentals are the responsibility of the delegate's organisation. Details of future ADF PSI Symposiums will be published on this website under “Education and Training”.
The course is aimed at engineers involved in ADF and civil processes for certifying new propulsion systems, or for those personnel who are managing in-service propulsion systems.
The course runs for 3 days, typically at RAAF Base Amberley. However, in order to mitigate the ongoing disruptions caused by COVID-19, PROPSYSENG is currently being delivered virtually through the Australian Defence Education Learning Environment (ADELE). With the intent to return to face-to-face learning when possible.
Attendance at the course is free for ADF personnel and Australian Public Service (APS) employees and at a cost for industry participants. However, while the course is being delivered online, there will be a reduced cost for industry members.
Further information on the course is available here
|Propulsion Risk Assessment|
|Airworthiness Design Requirements Manual (ADRM)||
eADRM Section 3 Chapter 13 – Propulsion Systems.
Propulsion System Integrity Management Plan (PSIMP)
Due to the Commercial-In-Confidence nature of the PSIMPs, they are unable to be hosted on the DASA Internet website. Please contact the relevant PSI Manager or DASA PSI Desk officer if you require a copy of any of these PSIMPs.