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Title: A timed method for the estimation of aeroplane take-off and landing distances
Authors: Gratton, GB
Keywords: Take-off
Landing
Field performance
Field length
Microlight
Aeroplane
Aircraft performance
Performance
Publication Date: 2008
Publisher: Royal Aeronautical Society
Citation: Aeronautical Journal. 112(1136) 613-619, Oct 2008
Abstract: This paper describes a method by which, without the use of external personnel or equipment, take-off and landing distances of an aeroplane may be estimated. An error analysis for the method, allowing determination of outcome accuracy, is also shown. The method is validated through use of flight test results from two certification programmes: one on a light aeroplane, and one on a microlight aeroplane.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/2845
ISSN: 0001-9240
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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