3. Chart A - Basic Weight Check List Record
4. Chart C - Basic Weight and Balance Record
5. Chart E - Load Data
6. Form B - Aircraft Weighing Record
7. Form F - Weight and Balance Clearance
The forms listed above that make up the weight and balance handbook are described in the following paragraphs and are used in conjunction with publication NA 01-1B-40 for classes 1 and 2 aircraft.
Listed at the top of this form are the aircraft model and serial number. The form provides a continuous record of the name and grade (civilian or military) of weight and balance personnel responsible for manual records, the station, the date assigned, and the date relieved. All entries should be complete and legible. The names included on this form will normally be those of the weight and balance officers or the reporting custodians. The weight and balance officer maintains weight and balance manuals and supervises posting of current entries therein .
This chart (fig. 6-21) is a tabulation of all operating equipment that is or may be installed, and for which provision for fixed stowage has been made in a definite location in the aircraft. It gives the weight, arm, and moment/constant of the individual items for use in correcting the basic weight and moment of Chart C as changes are made in this equipment.
All readily removable equipment items added to the aircraft are entered on Chart A. When maintained in a current status, Chart A serves as the inventory of equipment included in the basic weight and moment/constant.
This chart (fig. 6-22) shows a continuous history of the basic weight, moment, and index
Figure 6-22.-Chart C-Basic Weight and Balance Record.Continue Reading