landing roll


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landing roll

The distance an aircraft travels on the ground after touchdown to the point where it can be stopped or exit to the taxiway. Also called a landing run.
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Looking at non-POH references, there are various rules of thumb that suggest a one-percent slope will increase takeoff roll from 10 to 22 percent, and decrease landing rolls from three percent to seven.
and flaps up Initial Approach Flaps in first detent and RC [less than or equal to] 0, in air Mid Approach Flaps in second detent and RC [less than or equal to] 0, in air Final Approach Flaps in third detent, in air Landing Roll [t.sub.2] of final approach Runway Turn-Off [t.sub.2] of landing roll Taxi-In [t.sub.2] of runway turn-off Flight Phase Stop Time ([t.sub.2]) Identification Taxi-Out (t| of Roll) minus 5 sec.
An emergency procedure was used to attempt to get the wheels down and locked but during the landing roll, the part of the landing gear collapsed.
This discovery prevented a potentially catastrophic tire loss during takeoff or landing roll. His attention to detail and actions directly prevented the potential mishap of a $330M aircraft.
This would require taking increased separation on final, but it would mitigate issues that could occur during landing roll out.
3/12/2011 F-18F Aircraft experienced brake Are on landing roll out after diverting.
It is probable that the starboard wing of the Boeing 757 passed over the ride-on mower during the landing roll." The vehicle was not equipped with flashing lights or radio.
"With full dry power selected on both engines throughout the landing roll, there was thus a considerable forward component of thrust, and the pilot was unable to stop the aircraft before it overran the runway end.
It notes: "During the landing roll the pilot lost control of the aircraft and departed the runway."
Here are the numbers: LMC-130J SAIC-30M Max Takeoff Weight (kg) 74,545 79,545 106.71% 75,545 Takeoff Roll (kg) 945 577 61.06% 661,363 kg Landing Roll (m) 497 337 67.81% Max Range w/ Max Fuel (km) 6,852 8,017 117.00% Max Range /Payload (km) 4,407 698 158.54% Differential Max Takeoff Weight (kg) 75,545 Takeoff Roll (kg) -368 661,363 kg Landing Roll (m) -160 Max Range w/ Max Fuel (km) 1,165 Max Range /Payload (km) 2,580
Grammatical and spelling errors abound: "our offsprings" vice "offspring," "B-17 F" vice "B-17F," "the fired eventually" vice "the fire ...," "ME 109's" vice Me (or Bf) 109s," "landing role" vice "landing roll"; "your stupid" vice "you're stupid," "I sang allowed" vice "I sang aloud," and on and on.