ground roll

ground roll

i. The distance traveled by an aircraft from touchdown until either it turns off the runway or stops on the runway during landing.
ii. During takeoff, the distance an aircraft travels after applying takeoff power until lift off.
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Speeds are high, ground roll distances are long and the impact on the airframe from the nonstandard AOA-style touchdown is harsh.
Some of the events organised to recognise Jesmond's heritage include a Ground Roll of Honour with an invitation to nominate deserving people; an Archive Open Day at Tyne and Wear Archive (Discovery Museum) June 6 (10-12.
This study presents a wavelet-transform-based method and wavelet domain ground roll analysis (WDGA) technique for seismic ground roll reduction.
During the short ground roll, the right main landing gear separated from the wing and the left gear was pushed up through the wing root.
Remarkably, no hot brakes or blown tires were encountered during the landing ground roll.
Aircraft handling was normal throughout the approach and landing, but it changed on the landing ground roll.
All over the country peasants working in the fields told how they had heard a loud rumbling noise moving from west to east and had seen the ground roll in three or four successive waves.
I confirmed our ground roll of 5,900 feet; with a 10,982-foot runway, we needed to touch down in the first third.
The branch said: "During the short ground roll, the right main landing gear separated from the wing and the left main landing gear was pushed up through the wing root.
The Sacchi's algorithm (2002) based on the Karhunen-Loeve (K-L) Transform was modified and implemented to suppress Ground Roll without distortion of the reflection signals, it provided better results than conventional techniques for noise removal like f-k, High-Pass and Band Pass Filters.