Order Of November 19, 2014, Laying Down Regulation, The Nature And The Programme Of Events For External And Internal Competitions For Access To The Corps Of Engineers Of The Control Of Air Navigation

Original Language Title: Arrêté du 19 novembre 2014 fixant le règlement, la nature et le programme des épreuves des concours externe et interne pour l'accès au corps des ingénieurs du contrôle de la navigation aérienne

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JORF n ° 0275 November 28, 2014 text no. 5 order of November 19, 2014 laying down the rules, nature and program of examination external and internal access to the corps of engineers of the control of air navigation NOR: DEVA1418146A ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2014/11/19/DEVA1418146A/jo/texte the Minister of ecology, sustainable development and energy and the Minister of decentralization and public service Pursuant to Act No. 83 - 634 of 13 July 1983 as amended on rights and obligations of officials, all amended Act No. 84-16 of 11 January 1984 on the statutory provisions on the public service of the State;
Having regard to Act No. 89 - 1007 of 31 December 1989 as amended relating to the corps of engineers of the control of air navigation;
Considering Decree No. 90-998, November 8, 1990, as amended concerning the status of the corps of engineers of the control of air navigation, particularly its articles 4 and 6;
Considering Decree No. 2004 - 1105 October 19, 2004 on the opening of the recruitment procedures in the public service of the State;
Having regard to Decree No 2007 - 196 of 13 February 2007 relating to equivalence of diplomas required to attend competitions for access to the bodies and officials of public service, stop jobs: Article 1 more on this article...

Pursuant to the provisions of article 14 of the Decree of 8 November 1990 amended above, regulation, the nature and the programme of events for external and internal competitions for access to the corps of engineers of the control of air navigation are fixed according to the following terms and conditions.


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External and internal competitions are open, after obtaining the assent of the Minister responsible for the public service, under the conditions laid down in article 2 of the Decree of October 19, 2004 referred to above.
The members of the jury of the external and internal competitions are designated by order of the Minister responsible for civil aviation.
The jury may be common to both competitions.
The jury members are appointed for a maximum period of four years. If major to replace a member at the end of its mandate, the Minister may take the decision to extend the period for an additional year.
The Board is chaired by a civil servant belonging to a body classified as A or a contractor of same level assigned to the Directorate-General of civil aviation or the general Council of the environment and sustainable development.
The order appointing the Board designates as Vice President the Board members replacing the president where it would be unable to perform its function.
The jury includes, in addition, three or four members among the officials or contractors under either of the Directorate General of civil aviation, either of the public weather-France, either another administration.
Qualified examiners and markers may be attached to the Board. They may participate in deliberations with advisory voice.


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Applicants to the external competition must justify on November 1 of the year of the competition of a degree / diploma filed at least level III areas of mathematics, science and technical training or a qualification recognized as equivalent training at one of these degrees or diplomas within the conditions laid down by the Decree of February 13, 2007, referred to above.


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The Minister responsible for civil aviation shall adopt the list of candidates allowed to compete.


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The nature of the events, their duration and the coefficients which apply to them are fixed as follows: NATURE of events duration PREPARATION COEFFICIENT eligibility 1. Mandatory written tests: 1.1. Mathematics 4 hours 2 1.2. Physical 4 hours 2 1.3. French 4 hours 2 1.4. English 2 hours 3 2. Mandatory written test option (choice of one): 2.1. Mathematics, or 4 hours 3 2.2. Physics, or 4 hours 3 2.3. Industrial Sciences for the engineer 4 hours 3 3. Optional written exam (choice of one): 3.1. Aeronautical knowledge, or 1 hour 1 3.2. Living language, or 1 hour 1 3.3. Computer 1 hour 1 Admission 4. Compulsory oral tests 4.1. Mathematics 30 minutes 30 minutes 2 4.2. Physics 30 minutes 30 minutes 2 4.3. French 30 minutes 30 minutes 2 4.4. English 15 minutes 20 minutes 2 the programme of these events appears in annex I and II of this order.


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During registration, the candidates make known their choice among the mandatory written tests option and optional written tests.
Candidates may choose only a single test among the mandatory written tests to option.
The optional writing test of living language door at the choice of the candidate on the following languages: German, Spanish or Italian.


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It is awarded at each event a score of 0 to 20. Each note is multiplied by the coefficient provided for in article 5 above.
However, for optional, only substances are taken into account the points exceeding the score of 10 out of 20.


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At the end of the written tests of eligibility for each of the competition, the jury lists alphabetically allowed candidates to take part in the oral tests for admission.
No one could be declared eligible if he participated in all of the written of eligibility and got tests to the test of English a note at least 8/20 and the other written tests a note at least equal to 5/20.
The declared candidates are summoned individually.


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At the end of the oral tests for admission to each of the competition, the jury lists, in order of merit, candidates finally admitted. It may establish an additional list.
No person shall be declared admitted he participated in all of the oral tests required for admission and got a points total at least 200 for all events as well as a note at least equal to 12 out of 20 in the oral English test, a note at least equal to 8/20 at the french oral test and a note at least equal to 5/20 to the oral math tests and physical.
Tie between several candidates, priority is given to the one who got the highest score at the oral test mandatory no. 4.4.


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The appointment as a student engineer of air navigation control is subject to the favourable results of the medical examination organized by the Directorate General of civil aviation.


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The Decree of November 21, 2012 on the regulation, the nature and the programme of examination external and internal recruitment of engineers control of air navigation as well as the annex thereto are hereby repealed.


Article 12 the Director general of civil aviation is responsible for the execution of this order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.

Appendix Appendix Appendix I PROGRAMME of the external competition and internal air traffic control engineers eligibility 1. Mandatory written tests 1.1. Mathematics (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 2).
Program in force in preparatory classes in physics, chemistry, engineering (HPIC) and physics, chemistry (PC).
1.2. physical (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 2).
Program 1st year date in preparatory classes of mathematical, physical and engineering (ISDM) and programme 2nd year (cf. program detailed in annex II).
1.3. French (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 2).
The written test of French composition consists of the drafting by the (or the) candidate with a summary and a comment from a quote from text. It must essentially to assess its ability to present ideas in a clear and logical manner in a correct french.
1.4 English (duration: 2 hours; coefficient 3).
The written English test consists of a series of questions that help to ensure that the (or the) candidate (s) has the necessary knowledge in the areas of vocabulary and language structures to properly express themselves on topics of practical life or general news.
2 written test mandatory options (the candidate must choose one of the following tests) 2.1. Mathematics (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 3).
Program in force in the preparatory classes of mathematics, physics and sciences (ISDM) engineer and mathematics, physics (MP).
2.2. physical (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 3).
Program implemented in classes préparatoires of physics, chemistry, engineering (HPIC) and physics, chemistry (PC).
2.3. industrial sciences for the engineer (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 3).
Program implemented in classes préparatoires of physics, chemistry, engineering (HPIC) and physics, engineering (PSI).
3 optional written exam (only are taken into account the points exceeding the score of 10 out of 20) at the option of the candidate: 3.1. Aeronautical knowledge (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 1).
Air traffic:-rules of the air: field of application, general rules, IFR and VFR plans.
The air traffic services:

-definition, divisions of the airspace, the information and alert service, air traffic control service;
-procedures for the aerodrome control service, service control approach and the regional control service;
-altimeter setting procedures;
-usual procedures for the preparation and execution of flights, waiting and approach procedures, radar procedures.
Navigation:-concepts of navigation: the earth sphere, dimensions, movement;
-definition of the following terms: axis of the poles, Equator, Meridian, parallel, coordinated geographic azimuth, rehabilitation, maps, representation of the surface of the Earth on a plane, a primer on the canvas of Mercator, ladders, reckoning, triangle of speed, its elements, the wind (speed and direction), groundspeed, construction of the triangle of velocities.
Weather:-weather interesting aerodromes: surface wind, relationship between the wind and the pressure distribution, Buys Ballot law.
-atmospheric pressure, the altimeter settings;
-fog: fog types, training mode, icing, danger for aeronautics.
Concept of aerodynamics and aeronautical technology:-the aircraft, elements of aerodynamics, lift, drag, equation of the flight landing, uphill, downhill;
-the control surfaces, high lift devices;
-Primer on propellants and aircraft instruments.
3.2 living language (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 1).
The optional writing test of living language must allow to judge the extent of the vocabulary and grammatical knowledge of (or the) candidate (s) as well as the ease with which he (or she) can translate a text.
This event can include a version on a non-technical topic, a few lines of theme or the drafting of a short presentation in one of the following languages: German, Spanish or Italian.
3.3 computer (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 1).
Programs in effect in the scientific preparatory classes of 1st and 2nd year.
Admission 4. Compulsory oral tests 4.1. Mathematics (duration: 30 minutes preparation: 30 minutes; coefficient 2).
Program implemented in classes préparatoires of physics, chemistry, engineering (HPIC) and physics, chemistry (PC).
4.2. physical (duration: 30 minutes preparation: 30 minutes; coefficient 2).
Program 1st year date in preparatory classes of mathematical, physical and engineering (ISDM) and programme 2nd year (cf. program detailed in annex II).
4.3. French (duration: 30 minutes preparation: 30 minutes; coefficient 2).
Oral french test comes in the form of a comment and an analysis of text of general scope.
The test must assess the oral delivery of the candidate.
4.4. English (duration: 15 minutes preparation: 20 minutes; coefficient 2).
The questioning of the candidate is based on listening to two authentic records, in English, of extracts of dialogues or interviews on the topics of General news.
These extracts are each lasting about two minutes.
The test should determine the capacity of the candidates to express themselves correctly and understand sound documents.

Annex annex II physics program (second year) concepts and content capabilities required 1. Heat transfer by conduction infinitesimal Formulation of the principles of thermodynamics: first principle: second principle: with a monotherme evolution.
State and exploit the principles of thermodynamics for an elementary transformation.
Use with rigour the notations d and δ attaching a meaning.
The heat diffusion equation.
Establish the verified by temperature, with or without term diffusion equation source.
Analyze an equation of diffusion in order of magnitude to connect characteristic spatial and temporal scales.
2 electric scalar potential steady electric field.
Connect the existence of the electric scalar potential irrotational character of E. express a difference of potential as a movement of the electric field.
Topographical properties.
Associate field tubes flare with the evolution of the standard of E outside sources. Represent the field lines knowing equipotential surfaces and vice versa. Evaluate the electric field from a network of equipotential surfaces.
Electric potential energy of a point charge in an external electric field.
Establish the relationship Ep = qV. Apply the law of the kinetic energy to a charged particle in an electric field.
Analogy between electric field and gravitational field.
Establish an array of analogies between the electric and gravitational fields.
Stream of the electrostatic field. Gauss theorem.
Case of the sphere, the "infinite" cylinder and "infinite" plan
Establish expressions of the electrostatic fields created at any point in space by a sphere uniformly loaded volume, by a uniformly loaded volume "infinite" cylinder and an evenly loaded 'infinite' plane surface.
Establish and articulate and outside a spherically symmetric distribution, the electrostatic field created is the same as that of a point charge concentrating the load total and placed in the center of the distribution.
Use the Gauss theorem to determine the electrostatic field created by a distribution with a high degree of symmetry.
Study of the plan as the superposition of two surface distributions capacitor, of opposite charges.
Establish and quote the expression of the capacity of a plan capacitor in a vacuum.
3 magnetostatic electric current. Vector current density density. Current distributions electric filiform.
Determine the intensity of the electric current through a surface-oriented.
Properties of flow and movement. Theorem of amp.
Straight "infinite" non zero section wire and the "infinite" solenoid applications
Establish expressions of magnetostatic fields created in any point of the space by a wire straight 'infinite' in section not null, traveled by currents uniformly distributed volume, by a "infinite" solenoid assuming that the field is zero outside.
4 Equations of Maxwell principle of conservation of charge: local formulation.
Establish the local equation of conservation of charge in Cartesian coordinates in the one-dimensional case.
Maxwell's equations: local and integral formulations.
Join the Faraday law of the Maxwell-Faraday equation.
Name, use and interpret the Maxwell's equations in integral form.
Join the phenomenon of spread the spatio-temporal coupling between electric field and magnetic field.
Check the consistency of Maxwell's equations with the local equation of conservation of charge.
5 the law of Ohm local electromagnetic field energy; volume density of power Joule.
Analyze the energy aspects in the particular case of a resistive medium.
Volume density of electromagnetic energy Poynting vector: energy balance.
Quote orders of magnitude of average flow of energy (solar flux, laser...).
Use the flow of the Poynting vector through a surface oriented to evaluate radiated power.
Perform an energy form local and full balance.
Interpret each term of the local equation of Poynting, the local equation of Poynting being provided.
6 propagation and radiation plane wave in the empty space charge and current. plane wave progressive and energy aspects.
Mention the solutions of the equation of one-dimensional d'Alembert.
Describe the structure of a plane wave and a progressive plane wave in the empty space charge and current.
Progressive monochromatic plane wave.
Progressive plane wave monochromatic linearly polarized.
Cite areas of the electromagnetic spectrum and their associated applications.
Recognize a linearly polarized wave.
A monochromatic progressive transverse plane wave propagation in a plasma locally neutral and sparse. Phase velocity, group velocity. Case of the ionosphere.
Use complex notation and establish the dispersion relation.
Define the phenomenon of dispersion.
Explain the concept of cutoff frequency and cite its order of magnitude in the case of the ionosphere.
Describe the propagation of a wave packet in a linear dispersive medium by superposition of progressive monochromatic plane waves.
Calculate the speed of group from the dispersion relation. Associate Group velocity to the envelope of the wave packet propagation.
Propagation of an electromagnetic wave in a resistive medium in slowly variable speed.
Effect of skin.
Reflection under normal incidence of a wave flat, progressive and monochromatic linearly polarized on a perfect driver pan.
Standing wave.
Collate and interpret the expression of the characteristic size of attenuation of electromagnetic wave in a resistive medium.
Establish the expression of the reflected wave by exploiting transition relations provided.
Qualitatively interpret the presence of localized surface currents.
7. dynamics of the material point. -Repositories not Galileans movement of one repository to another in the case of the movement of translation and the movement of uniform rotation about a fixed axis.
Vector rotation of one repository to another.
Laws of composition of velocities and accelerations in the case of a translation, and in the case of uniform rotation about a fixed axis: speed training, workout and Coriolis accelerations.

Laws of the dynamics of the point in inertial frame where the trained repository is in translation, or uniform rotation around a fixed axis to an inertial frame.
Inertia forces.
Galilean character approached a few repositories: repository of Copernicus, repository geocentric, Earth repository.
Recognize and characterize a translational motion and uniform rotating around a fixed axis of one repository to another.
Express the vector rotation of one repository to another.
Connect the derivatives of a vector in different repositories by the composed derivation formula.
Cite and use expressions of speed training and training and Coriolis accelerations.
Express the forces of inertia, only in those cases where the trained repository is in translation or uniform rotation around a fixed axis to an inertial frame.
Describe and interpret the effects of inertia forces in specific cases: feel the force of inertia of training in a translational motion; character centrifugal force of inertia of the drive where the repository is in uniform rotation around a fixed axis to an inertial frame.
Use the laws of dynamics in non-inertial frame in the only cases where the repository is in translation or uniform rotation around a fixed axis to an inertial frame.
Mention a few events of the non-inertial character of the Earth repository.
Estimate the contribution of the force of inertia of Coriolis in order of magnitude, in a problem of Earth dynamics.
8 supplement of solid mechanics. -Laws of solid friction laws of Coulomb, the friction in the only case of a solid in translation.
Energy aspect.
Use the laws of Coulomb in three situations: balance, set in motion, braking.
Formulate a hypothesis (as slip or not) and validate it.
Perform an energy balance.
A measurement of a coefficient of friction.

Is November 19, 2014.
The Minister of ecology, sustainable development and energy, for the Minister and by delegation: the head of the management of personnel and recruitment office, V. Sauvageot Minister of decentralization and public service, for the Minister and by delegation: Assistant Director of the interdepartmental animation of the policies of human resources, C. Krykwinski

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