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Author Urbanek, Boris

Title Safe take-off with runway analyses / Boris Urbanek
Published Hamburg : Anchor Academic Pub., 2013


Description 1 online resource (110 pages) : illustrations (some color), plans
Contents Safe take-off with runway analyses; CONTENT; LIST OF FIGURES; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS; INTRODUCTION; 1 DEFINITION AND PURPOSE OF RUNWAY ANALYSIS; 2 FACTORS AFFECTING MTOM AND V-SPEEDS; 2.1 MSTOM; 2.2 The aerodrome runway distances; 2.2.1 Line-up distance; 2.2.2 Take-off Distance; 2.2.3 Take-off Run; 2.2.4 Accelerate-stop Distance; 2.3 Climb limitations; 2.4 Obstacle clearance; 2.4.1 Vertical plane; 2.4.2 Horizontal plane; 2.5 Meteorological elements; 2.5.1 Wind; 2.5.2 Pressure altitude; 2.5.3 Temperature; 2.6 Runway slope; 2.7 Runway condition and contamination
2.7.1 Definitions2.7.2 Effect on aircraft performance; 2.8 Tire speed limit; 2.9 Brake energy capacity; 2.10 Aircraft configuration and systems setting; 2.11 Aircraft status; 2.12 Bearing strength; 3 TAKE-OFF DATA OPTIMIZATION PRINCIPLE; 3.1 Aircraft configuration and systems setting; 3.2 v1/vr ratio; 3.2.1 v1/vr range; 3.2.2 v1/vr ratio influence; 3.3 v2/vSR ratio; 3.3.1 v2/vSR range; 3.3.2 v2/vSR ratio influence; 3.4 Take-off data determination; 3.4.1 MTOM; 3.4.2 v-speeds; 4 EXISTING RUNWAY ANALYSES PRODUCTS; 4.1 Aircraft manufacturer software; 4.2 APG; 4.3 Flygprestanda; 4.4 ASAP
4.5 Honeywell4.6 EFRAS; 4.7 Conclusion of runway analyses review; 5 RUNWAY ANALYSIS CONCEPTUAL MODEL FORTAKE-OFF; 5.1 Input data; 5.2 Mass to v1/vr ratio graph; 5.3 Optimization process; 5.4 v-speeds evaluation; CONCLUSION; BIBLIOGRAPHY; APPENDIX
Summary Hauptbeschreibung The economic situation of the recent years forces to operate aircraft at highest payloads possible and to load it at its maximum allowable take-off masses. Therefore, take-off performance optimization is nowadays as important as never before. This book offers a summary of factors affecting the maximum take-off mass and appropriate take-off speeds, which together represent necessary performance data for a safe take-off. These are usually presented in so called runway analyses. That is the reason why this book might be of interest for fight operations engineering pe
Notes "Disseminate knowledge"--Cover
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes English
Subject Airplanes -- Takeoff.
Runways (Aeronautics)
Airplanes -- Performance.
runways (airport runways)
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Engineering (General)
Airplanes -- Performance
Airplanes -- Takeoff
Runways (Aeronautics)
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9783954895175