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Issue: Jul 01/95

Rev: Jun 01/12

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HIGHLIGHTS Revision No. 11 - Jun 01/12 LOCATIONS CHAPTER 1 Section 1-1 Subject 1-1-0 Purpose Section 01-02 CHAPTER 2 Section 2-1 Subject 2-1-0 General Airplane Characteristics Subject 2-1-1 General Airplane Characteristics Data Section 2-2 Subject 2-2-0 General Aircraft Dimensions CHG CODE R DESCRIPTIONS OF CHANGE

R D R R R R R R R R R

PURPOSE CHANGED DUE TO MERGE OF THE MFP AND AC MANUALS.

WEIGHT DEFINITIONS UPDATED. OEW AND PAYLOAD DELETED.

FIGURE General Aircraft Dimensions Wing Tip Fence Section 2-3 Subject 2-3-0 Ground Clearances

REPLACED AIRPLANE BY AIRCRAFT AND COMPLETED TITLE OF ILLUSTRATIONS. DESCRIPTION TITLE UPDATED ILLUSTRATION REVISED

REVISED GROUND CLEARANCES TO SHOW THE DIMENSIONS FOR A LIGHT AND HEAVY WEIGHT VARIANT. DELETED THE TERM OWE. ILLUSTRATION ADDED

FIGURE Ground Clearances FIGURE Ground Clearances - Ground Clearances with Sharklets

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LOCATIONS FIGURE Ground Clearances - Flaps and Flap Track Fairings When Flaps Fully Extended FIGURE Ground Clearances - Flap Track Fairings Up FIGURE Ground Clearances - Aileron Down FIGURE Ground Clearances - Aileron Up and Spoilers 1 to 5 Extended FIGURE Ground Clearances - Slats Extended Section 2-6 Subject 2-6-0 Cargo Compartments FIGURE Cargo Compartments Locations, Dimensions and Loading Combinations Subject 02-06-01 Section 2-8 Subject 2-8-0 Escape Slides FIGURE Escape Slides - Location FIGURE Escape Slides - Dimensions Section 2-9 Subject 2-9-0 Landing Gear FIGURE Landing Gear - Main Landing Gear - Twin Wheel FIGURE Landing Gear - Main Landing Gear Dimensions - Twin Wheel FIGURE Landing Gear - Nose Landing Gear FIGURE Landing Gear - Nose Landing Gear Dimensions

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LOCATIONS Landing Gear Maintenance Pits FIGURE Landing Gear Maintenance Pits Maintenance Pit Envelopes FIGURE Landing Gear Maintenance Pits Maintenance Pit Envelopes Section 2-10 Subject 2-10-0 Exterior Lighting FIGURE Exterior Lighting FIGURE Exterior Lighting FIGURE Exterior Lighting FIGURE Exterior Lighting Section 2-11 Subject 2-11-0 Antennas and Probes Location FIGURE Antennas and Probes - Location Section 2-12 Subject 2-12-0 Auxiliary Power Unit FIGURE Auxiliary Power Unit - Access Doors FIGURE Auxiliary Power Unit - General Layout Engine and Nacelle FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Major Dimensions - CFM56 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Major Dimensions - CFM56 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Fan Cowls - CFM56 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Thrust Reverser Cowls - CFM56 Series Engine

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LOCATIONS FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Major Dimensions - IAE V2500 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Major Dimensions - IAE V2500 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Fan Cowls - IAE V2500 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Thrust Reverser Halves - IAE V2500 Series Engine Section 2-13 Subject 2-13-0 Leveling, Symmetry and Alignment FIGURE Location of the Leveling Points Section 2-14 Subject 2-14-0 Jacking for Maintenance FIGURE Jacking for Maintenance Jacking Point Location FIGURE Jacking for Maintenance Forward Jacking Point FIGURE Jacking for Maintenance - Wing Jacking Points FIGURE Jacking for Maintenance - Safety Stay FIGURE Jacking for Maintenance Jacking Design FIGURE Loads at the Aircraft Jacking Points - Wing Jacking Point and Forward Fuselage Jacking Point FIGURE Jacking for Maintenance Location of Shoring Cradles Jacking for Wheel Change

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LOCATIONS FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - MLG Jacking Point Location Twin Wheels FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - MLG Jacking with Cantilever Jack - Twin Wheels FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - Loads at MLG Jacking Points Twin Wheels FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - Loads at MLG Jacking Points 75 500 kg FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - NLG Jacking - Point Location FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - Loads at NLG Jacking Points FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - Loads at NLG Jacking Points 75 500 kg CHAPTER 3 CHAPTER 4 Section 4-2 Subject 4-2-0 FIGURE Turning Radii, No Slip Angle FIGURE Turning Radii, No Slip Angle Section 4-3 Subject 4-3-0 FIGURE Minimum Turning Radii Section 4-4 Subject 4-4-0 Visibility from Cockpit in Static Position FIGURE Visibility from Cockpit in Static Position

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LOCATIONS FIGURE Binocular Visibility Through Windows from Captain Eye Position Section 4-5 Subject 4-5-1 FIGURE 135 Turn - Runway to Taxiway - Cockpit Over Centerline Method FIGURE 135 Turn - Runway to Taxiway - Judgemental Oversteering Method Subject 4-5-2 FIGURE 90 Turn - Runway to Taxiway Cockpit Over Centerline Method FIGURE 90 Turn - Runway to Taxiway Judgemental Oversteering Method Subject 4-5-3 FIGURE 180 Turn on a Runway - Edge of Runway Method Subject 4-5-4 135 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway FIGURE 135 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway - Cockpit Over Centerline Method Subject 4-5-5 90 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway FIGURE 90 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway - Cockpit Over Centerline Method Subject 04-05-06 Section 4-6 Subject 4-6-0 FIGURE Runway Holding Bay (Apron) Section 4-7 Subject 4-7-0 CHAPTER 5 Section 5-1

CHG CODE N R R R

DESCRIPTIONS OF CHANGE ILLUSTRATION ADDED

R R

R N N N N N N D

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LOCATIONS Subject 5-1-0 Subject 5-1-2 Typical Ramp Layout -- Open Apron

CHG CODE R R R

DESCRIPTIONS OF CHANGE

FIGURE Typical Ramp Layout - Open Apron - Bulk Loading FIGURE Typical Ramp Layout - Open Apron - ULD Loading Subject 5-1-3 Typical Ramp Layout - Gate

R N R R

TITLE CHANGED FROM AIRCRAFT AT THE GATE TO TYPICAL RAMP LAYOUT - OPEN APRON. ADDED STAND SAFETY LINE DEFINITION. DESCRIPTION TITLE UPDATED ILLUSTRATION REVISED ILLUSTRATION ADDED

FIGURE Typical Ramp Layout - Gate Section 5-2 Subject 5-2-0 Terminal Operations - Full Servicing Turn Round Time FIGURE Turn Round Stations - Full Servicing (36 Min.) Subject 05-02-01 Section 5-3 Subject 5-3-0 Terminal Operation - Minimum Servicing Turn Round Time FIGURE Turn Round Stations - Minimum Servicing (21 Min.) Subject 05-03-01 Section 5-4 Subject 5-4-1

R R R N N D R R N N D

TITLE CHANGED FROM AIRCRAFT AT AN OPEN APRON TO TYPICAL RAMP LAYOUT - GATE. ADDED STAND SAFETY LINE DEFINITION. DESCRIPTION TITLE UPDATED ILLUSTRATION REVISED

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LOCATIONS Ground Service Connections Layout FIGURE Ground Service Connections Ground Service Connections Layout Subject 5-4-3 Hydraulic System Subject 5-4-4 Electrical System Subject 5-4-6 Fuel System FIGURE Ground Service Connections Overpressure Protector and NACA Flame Arrestor Subject 5-4-8 Potable Water System Section 5-5 Subject 5-5-0 Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements Subject 5-5-1 Low Ambient Temperatures FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements - Low Ambient Temperature -40C (-40F) -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements - Low Ambient Temperature -40C (-40F) -- IAE V2500 series engine Subject 5-5-2 Medium Ambient Temperatures

CHG CODE R R

DESCRIPTIONS OF CHANGE DELETED GROUND SERVICE CONNECTIONS LAYOUT TABLE.

R R R N NOTE AMENDED ADDED OVERPRESSURE PROTECTOR AND NACA FLAME ARRESTOR ILLUSTRATION. ILLUSTRATION ADDED NOTE AMENDED

R N R R R

CROSS REFERENCED DOCUMENTARY UNIT ADDED/REVISED/DELETED ILLUSTRATION ADDED

DESCRIPTION TITLE UPDATED

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LOCATIONS FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements - Medium Ambient Temperature +15C (+59F) -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements - Medium Ambient Temperature +15C (+59F) -- IAE V2500 series engine Subject 5-5-3 High Ambient Temperatures FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements - High Ambient Temperature +55C (+131F) -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements - High Ambient Temperature +50C (+122F) -- IAE V2500 series engine Section 5-6 Subject 5-6-0 Ground Pneumatic Power Requirements

CHG CODE R

DESCRIPTIONS OF CHANGE

R R R DESCRIPTION TITLE UPDATED

DELETED THE AIRFLOW DATA TABLE. ADDED A NOTE FOR GROUND PNEUMATIC POWER REQUIREMENTS. PART EFFECTIVITY ADDED/REVISED/DELETED NOTE AMENDED

Section 5-8 Subject 5-8-0 Ground Towing Requirements R SAE REFERENCES UPDATED AND FIGURES CORRESPONDING TO TYPICAL TOW BAR CONFIGURATION DELETED NOTE AMENDED

Section 5-9 Subject 5-9-0 De-Icing and External Cleaning

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LOCATIONS CHAPTER 7 Section 7-3 Subject 7-3-0 FIGURE Maximum Pavement Loads Section 7-4 Subject 7-4-1 FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement Section 7-5 Subject 7-5-1 FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements Section 7-6 Subject 7-6-1 FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion Section 7-7 Subject 7-7-1 FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) Section 7-8 Subject 07-08-00 Subject 7-8-1 FIGURE Radius of Relative Stiffness (Reference: Portland Cement Association) Subject 7-8-2 Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements LCN Conversion

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DESCRIPTIONS OF CHANGE

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MOVED THE TEXT FROM 7-8-0 TO 7-8-2.

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LOCATIONS Section 7-9 Subject 7-9-1 FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -Flexible Pavement Subject 7-9-2 FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -Rigid Pavement CHAPTER 8 Section 8-0 Subject 8-0-0 Scaled Drawings FIGURE Scaled Drawing Section 08-01 CHAPTER 10 Section 10-0 Subject 10-0-0 Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting FIGURE Front Page FIGURE Highly Flammable and Hazardous Materials and Components FIGURE Wheel Safety Area FIGURE Composite Materials FIGURE LG Ground Lock Safety Devices FIGURE Evacuation/Escape Slide/Raft FIGURE Pax/Crew Doors FIGURE Emergency Exit Hatch FIGURE FWD and AFT Lower Deck Cargo Doors FIGURE Control Panels FIGURE APU Access Door FIGURE Aircraft Ground Clearances

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LOCATIONS FIGURE Structural Break-in Points

CHG CODE N

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LIST OF EFFECTIVE CONTENT Revision No. 11 - Jun 01/12 CONTENT CHAPTER 1 Subject 1-1-0 Purpose CHAPTER 2 Subject 2-1-0 General Airplane Characteristics Subject 2-1-1 General Airplane Characteristics Data Subject 2-2-0 General Aircraft Dimensions FIGURE General Aircraft Dimensions - Wing Tip Fence Subject 2-3-0 Ground Clearances FIGURE Ground Clearances FIGURE Ground Clearances - Ground Clearances with Sharklets FIGURE Ground Clearances - Flaps and Flap Track Fairings When Flaps Fully Extended FIGURE Ground Clearances - Flap Track Fairings Up FIGURE Ground Clearances - Aileron Down FIGURE Ground Clearances - Aileron Up and Spoilers 1 to 5 Extended FIGURE Ground Clearances - Slats Extended Subject 2-4-0 Interior Arrangements Subject 2-4-1 Typical Configuration FIGURE Typical Configuration - Typical Configuration Single-Class, High Density Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Dec 01/07 R R N N N N N N Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 R R Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 R Jun 01/12 R Jun 01/12 R Jun 01/12 CHG CODE LAST REVISION DATE

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CONTENT FIGURE Typical Configuration - Typical Configuration Two-Class Subject 2-5-0 Passenger Compartment Cross-section FIGURE Passenger Compartment Cross-section FIGURE Passenger Compartment Cross-section - Economy Class, 6 Abreast - Wider Aisle FIGURE Passenger Compartment Cross-section - Passenger Compartment Cross-section, First-class Subject 2-6-0 Cargo Compartments FIGURE Cargo Compartments - Locations, Dimensions and Loading Combinations Subject 2-7-0 Doors Clearances Subject 2-7-1 Forward Passenger / Crew Doors FIGURE Doors Clearances - Forward Passenger / Crew Doors Subject 2-7-2 Emergency Exits FIGURE Doors Clearances - Emergency Exits Subject 2-7-3 Aft Passenger / Crew Doors FIGURE Doors Clearances - Aft Passenger / Crew Doors Subject 2-7-4 Forward Cargo Compartment Door FIGURE Doors Clearances - Forward Cargo Compartment Door Subject 2-7-5 Aft Cargo Compartment Door FIGURE Doors Clearances - Aft Cargo Compartment Door Subject 2-7-7

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LAST REVISION DATE Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10

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Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12

Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07

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CONTENT Main Landing Gear Doors FIGURE Doors Clearances - Main Landing Gear Doors Subject 2-7-8 Radome FIGURE Doors Clearances - Radome Subject 2-7-9 APU and Nose Landing Gear Doors FIGURE Doors Clearances - APU and Nose Landing Gear Doors Subject 2-8-0 Escape Slides FIGURE Escape Slides - Location FIGURE Escape Slides - Dimensions Subject 2-9-0 Landing Gear FIGURE Landing Gear - Main Landing Gear - Twin Wheel FIGURE Landing Gear - Main Landing Gear Dimensions - Twin Wheel FIGURE Landing Gear - Nose Landing Gear FIGURE Landing Gear - Nose Landing Gear Dimensions Landing Gear Maintenance Pits FIGURE Landing Gear Maintenance Pits - Maintenance Pit Envelopes FIGURE Landing Gear Maintenance Pits - Maintenance Pit Envelopes Subject 2-10-0 Exterior Lighting FIGURE Exterior Lighting FIGURE Exterior Lighting FIGURE Exterior Lighting FIGURE Exterior Lighting Subject 2-11-0 Antennas and Probes Location

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LAST REVISION DATE Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07

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Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12

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CONTENT FIGURE Antennas and Probes - Location Subject 2-12-0 Auxiliary Power Unit FIGURE Auxiliary Power Unit - Access Doors FIGURE Auxiliary Power Unit - General Layout Engine and Nacelle FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Major Dimensions - CFM56 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Major Dimensions - CFM56 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Fan Cowls - CFM56 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Thrust Reverser Cowls - CFM56 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Major Dimensions - IAE V2500 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Major Dimensions - IAE V2500 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Fan Cowls - IAE V2500 Series Engine FIGURE Power Plant Handling - Thrust Reverser Halves - IAE V2500 Series Engine Subject 2-13-0 Leveling, Symmetry and Alignment FIGURE Location of the Leveling Points Subject 2-14-0 Jacking for Maintenance FIGURE Jacking for Maintenance - Jacking Point Location FIGURE Jacking for Maintenance - Forward Jacking Point FIGURE Jacking for Maintenance - Wing Jacking Points FIGURE Jacking for Maintenance - Safety Stay FIGURE Jacking for Maintenance - Jacking Design

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LAST REVISION DATE Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12

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Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12

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CONTENT FIGURE Loads at the Aircraft Jacking Points - Wing Jacking Point and Forward Fuselage Jacking Point FIGURE Jacking for Maintenance - Location of Shoring Cradles Jacking for Wheel Change FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - MLG Jacking Point Location - Twin Wheels FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - MLG Jacking with Cantilever Jack - Twin Wheels FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - Loads at MLG Jacking Points - Twin Wheels FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - Loads at MLG Jacking Points - 75 500 kg FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - NLG Jacking Point Location FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - Loads at NLG Jacking Points FIGURE Landing Gear Jacking for Wheel Change - Loads at NLG Jacking Points - 75 500 kg CHAPTER 3 Subject 3-1-0 General Information Subject 3-2-0 Payload / Range Subject 3-2-1 ISA Conditions FIGURE Payload / Range - CFM56-5A series engine FIGURE Payload / Range - CFM56-5B series engine FIGURE Payload / Range - IAE V2500-A5 series engine Subject 3-3-0 FAR / JAR Take-off Weight Limitation Subject 3-3-1

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LAST REVISION DATE Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12

Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07

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CONTENT ISA Conditions FIGURE FAR / JAR Take-off Weight Limitation - ISA Conditions -CFM56 series engine FIGURE FAR / JAR Take-off Weight Limitation - ISA Conditions -IAE V2500 series engine Subject 3-3-2 ISA +15C (+59F) Conditions FIGURE FAR / JAR Take-off Weight Limitation - ISA +15C (+59F) Conditions -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE FAR / JAR Take-off Weight Limitation - ISA +15C (+59F) Conditions -- IAE V2500 series engine Subject 3-4-0 FAR / JAR Landing Field Length Subject 3-4-1 ISA Conditions FIGURE FAR / JAR Landing Field Length - CFM56-5A series engine FIGURE FAR / JAR Landing Field Length - IAE V2500 series engine Subject 3-5-0 Final Approach Speed FIGURE Final Approach Speed - CFM56-5A series engine FIGURE Final Approach Speed - IAE V2500 series engine CHAPTER 4 Subject 4-1-0 General Information Subject 4-2-0 Turning Radii FIGURE Turning Radii, No Slip Angle FIGURE Turning Radii, No Slip Angle Subject 4-3-0 Minimum Turning Radii

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LAST REVISION DATE Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07

Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07

Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07

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CONTENT FIGURE Minimum Turning Radii Subject 4-4-0 Visibility from Cockpit in Static Position FIGURE Visibility from Cockpit in Static Position FIGURE Binocular Visibility Through Windows from Captain Eye Position Subject 4-5-0 Runway and Taxiway Turn Paths Subject 4-5-1 135 Turn - Runway to Taxiway FIGURE 135 Turn - Runway to Taxiway - Cockpit Over Centerline Method FIGURE 135 Turn - Runway to Taxiway - Judgemental Oversteering Method Subject 4-5-2 90 Turn - Runway to Taxiway FIGURE 90 Turn - Runway to Taxiway - Cockpit Over Centerline Method FIGURE 90 Turn - Runway to Taxiway - Judgemental Oversteering Method Subject 4-5-3 180 Turn on a Runway FIGURE 180 Turn on a Runway - Edge of Runway Method Subject 4-5-4 135 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway FIGURE 135 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway - Cockpit Over Centerline Method Subject 4-5-5 90 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway FIGURE 90 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway - Cockpit Over Centerline Method Subject 4-6-0

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LAST REVISION DATE Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12

Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 R R Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12

Dec 01/07 R R Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12

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CONTENT Runway Holding Bay (Apron) FIGURE Runway Holding Bay (Apron) Subject 4-7-0 Airplane Parking FIGURE Runway Length Alterations - Line Up Distances -- 90 Turn FIGURE Runway Length Alterations - Line Up Distances -- 180 Turn CHAPTER 5 Subject 5-0-0 Terminal Servicing Subject 5-1-0 Airplane Servicing Arrangements Subject 5-1-1 Symbols Used on Servicing Diagrams Subject 5-1-2 Typical Ramp Layout -- Open Apron FIGURE Typical Ramp Layout - Open Apron - Bulk Loading FIGURE Typical Ramp Layout - Open Apron - ULD Loading Subject 5-1-3 Typical Ramp Layout - Gate FIGURE Typical Ramp Layout - Gate Subject 5-2-0 Terminal Operations - Full Servicing Turn Round Time FIGURE Turn Round Stations - Full Servicing (36 Min.) Subject 5-3-0 Terminal Operation - Minimum Servicing Turn Round Time FIGURE Turn Round Stations - Minimum Servicing (21 Min.) Subject 5-4-0 Ground Service Connections Subject 5-4-1

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LAST REVISION DATE Dec 01/07 Jun 01/12 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07

Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 R R N R R N N N N Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Dec 01/07

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CONTENT Ground Service Connections Layout FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Ground Service Connections Layout Subject 5-4-2 Grounding Points FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Grounding Points FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Grounding Points Subject 5-4-3 Hydraulic System FIGURE Hydraulic System - Green System Ground Service Panel FIGURE Hydraulic System - Blue System Ground Service Panel FIGURE Hydraulic System - Yellow System Ground Service Panel Subject 5-4-4 Electrical System FIGURE Ground Service Connections - External Power Receptacles Subject 5-4-5 Oxygen System Subject 5-4-6 Fuel System FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Refuel/Defuel Panel FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Refuel/Defuel Couplings FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Gravity Refuel Couplings FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Overpressure Protector and NACA Flame Arrestor Subject 5-4-7 Pneumatic System Subject 5-4-8 Potable Water System FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Potable Water Ground Service Panel

CHG CODE R R

LAST REVISION DATE Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12

Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 Dec 01/07 R Jun 01/12 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 R Jun 01/12 Sep 01/10 Dec 01/07 R Jun 01/12 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 N Jun 01/12

Sep 01/10 R Jun 01/12 Sep 01/10

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CONTENT Subject 5-4-9 Oil System FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Engine Oil Tank -- CFM56 Series Engine FIGURE Ground Service Connections - IDG Oil Tank -- CFM56 Series Engine FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Starter Oil Tank -- CFM56 Series Engine FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Engine Oil Tank -- IAE V2500 Series Engine FIGURE Ground Service Connections - IDG Oil Tank -- IAE V2500 Series Engine FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Starter Oil Tank -- IAE V2500 Series Engine FIGURE Ground Service Connections - APU Oil Tank Subject 5-4-10 Vacuum Toilet System FIGURE Ground Service Connections - Waste Water Ground Service Panel Subject 5-5-0 Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements Subject 5-5-1 Low Ambient Temperatures FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements - Low Ambient Temperature -40C (-40F) -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements - Low Ambient Temperature -40C (-40F) -- IAE V2500 series engine Subject 5-5-2 Medium Ambient Temperatures FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements - Medium Ambient Temperature +15C (+59F) -- CFM56 series engine

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LAST REVISION DATE Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10 Sep 01/10

R N R R R

Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12 Jun 01/12

R R

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CONTENT FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements - Medium Ambient Temperature +15C (+59F) -- IAE V2500 series engine Subject 5-5-3 High Ambient Temperatures FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements - High Ambient Temperature +55C (+131F) -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements - High Ambient Temperature +50C (+122F) -- IAE V2500 series engine Subject 5-6-0 Ground Pneumatic Power Requirements Subject 5-6-1 Heating FIGURE Ground Pneumatic Power Requirements - Heating Subject 5-6-2 Cooling FIGURE Ground Pneumatic Power Requirements - Cooling Subject 5-7-0 Preconditioned Airflow Requirements FIGURE Preconditioned Airflow Requirements Subject 5-8-0 Ground Towing Requirements FIGURE Ground Towing Requirements Subject 5-9-0 De-Icing and External Cleaning CHAPTER 6 Subject 6-1-0 Engine Exhaust Velocities and Temperatures Subject 6-1-1 Engine Exhaust Velocities Contours - Ground Idle Power

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CONTENT FIGURE Engine Exhaust Velocities - Ground Idle Power -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE Engine Exhaust Velocities - Ground Idle Power -- IAE V2500 series engine Subject 6-1-2 Engine Exhaust Temperatures Contours - Ground Idle Power FIGURE Engine Exhaust Temperatures - Ground Idle Power -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE Engine Exhaust Temperatures - Ground Idle Power -- IAE V2500 series engine Subject 6-1-5 Engine Exhaust Velocities Contours - Takeoff Power FIGURE Engine Exhaust Velocities - Takeoff Power -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE Engine Exhaust Velocities - Takeoff Power -- IAE V2500 series engine Subject 6-1-6 Engine Exhaust Temperatures Contours - Takeoff Power FIGURE Engine Exhaust Temperatures - Takeoff Power -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE Engine Exhaust Temperatures - Takeoff Power -- IAE V2500 series engine Subject 6-2-0 Airport and Community Noise Subject 6-2-1 Noise Data FIGURE Airport and Community Noise - CFM56-5A series engine FIGURE Airport and Community Noise - CFM56-5B series engine FIGURE Airport and Community Noise - IAE V2500 series engine Subject 6-3-0 Danger Areas of Engines

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CONTENT Subject 6-3-1 Ground Idle Power FIGURE Danger Areas of Engines - CFM56 series engine FIGURE Danger Areas of Engines - IAE V2500 series engine Subject 6-3-2 Takeoff Power FIGURE Danger Areas of Engines - CFM56 series engine FIGURE Danger Areas of Engines - IAE V2500 series engine Subject 6-4-0 APU Exhaust Velocities and Temperatures Subject 6-4-1 APU - APIC & GARRETT FIGURE Exhaust Velocities and Temperatures - APU -- APIC & GARRETT CHAPTER 7 Subject 7-1-0 General Information FIGURE Aircraft Codes Subject 7-2-0 Landing Gear Footprint FIGURE Landing Gear Footprint - Landing Gear Footprint FIGURE Landing Gear Footprint - Landing Gear Footprint FIGURE Landing Gear Footprint - Landing Gear Footprint FIGURE Landing Gear Footprint - Landing Gear Footprint FIGURE Landing Gear Footprint FIGURE Landing Gear Footprint Subject 7-3-0 Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE Maximum Pavement Loads

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CONTENT FIGURE Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE Maximum Pavement Loads Subject 7-4-0 Landing Gear Loading on Pavement Subject 7-4-1 Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement - Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement - Landing Gear Loading on Pavement

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CONTENT FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement - Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE Landing Gear Loading on Pavement Subject 7-5-0 Flexible Pavement Requirements - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Design Method Subject 7-5-1 Flexible Pavement Requirements - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Design Method FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements

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CONTENT FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements Subject 7-6-0 Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion Subject 7-6-1 Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion

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CONTENT FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion - Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion - Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion Subject 7-7-0 Rigid Pavement Requirements - Portland Cement Association Design Method Subject 7-7-1 Rigid Pavement Requirements - Portland Cement Association Design Method FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA)

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CONTENT FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) Subject 7-8-1 Radius of Relative Stiffness FIGURE Radius of Relative Stiffness - (Reference: Portland Cement Association) Subject 7-8-2 Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion

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CONTENT FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion Subject 7-8-3 Radius of Relative Stiffness (Other values of E and L) Subject 7-8-4

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LAST REVISION DATE May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11 May 01/11

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CONTENT Radius of Relative Stiffness FIGURE Radius of Relative Stiffness - (Effect E and on L values) Subject 7-9-0 ACN/PCN Reporting System Subject 7-9-1 Aircraft Classification Number - Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement

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CONTENT FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement Subject 7-9-2 Aircraft Classification Number - Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement

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CONTENT FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement CHAPTER 8 Subject 8-0-0 Scaled Drawings FIGURE Scaled Drawing CHAPTER 10 Subject 10-0-0 Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting FIGURE Front Page FIGURE Highly Flammable and Hazardous Materials and Components FIGURE Wheel Safety Area FIGURE Composite Materials FIGURE LG Ground Lock Safety Devices FIGURE Evacuation/Escape Slide/Raft FIGURE Pax/Crew Doors FIGURE Emergency Exit Hatch FIGURE FWD and AFT Lower Deck Cargo Doors FIGURE Control Panels FIGURE APU Access Door FIGURE Aircraft Ground Clearances FIGURE Structural Break-in Points

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 1-1-0

SCOPE Purpose

2 AIRCRAFT DESCRIPTION 2-1-0 General Aircraft Characteristics 2-1-1 General Aircraft Characteristics Data 2-2-0 General Aircraft Dimensions 2-3-0 Ground Clearances 2-4-0 Interior Arrangements 2-4-1 Passenger Compartment Layout 2-5-0 Passenger Compartment Cross Section 2-6-0 Cargo Compartments 2-7-0 Door Clearances 2-7-1 Forward Passenger / Crew Doors 2-7-2 Emergency Exits 2-7-3 Aft Passenger / Crew Doors 2-7-4 Forward Cargo Compartment Doors 2-7-5 Aft Cargo Compartment Doors 2-7-7 Main Landing Gear Doors 2-7-8 Radome 2-7-9 APU and Nose Landing Gear Doors 2-8-0 Escape Slides 2-9-0 Landing Gear 2-10-0 Exterior Lighting 2-11-0 Antennas and Probes Location 2-12-0 Power Plant 2-13-0 Leveling, Symmetry and Alignment 2-14-0 Jacking 3 3-1-0 3-2-0 3-2-1 3-3-0 3-3-1 AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE General Information Payload / Range ISA Conditions FAR / JAR Takeoff Weight Limitation ISA Conditions T.O.C. Page 1 Jun 01/12

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3-3-2 3-4-0 3-4-1 3-5-0 4 4-1-0 4-2-0 4-3-0 4-4-0 4-5-0 4-5-1 4-5-2 4-5-3 4-5-4 4-5-5 4-6-0 4-7-0

ISA +15C (+59F) Conditions FAR / JAR Landing Field Length ISA Conditions Final Approach Speed GROUND MANEUVERING General Information Turning Radii Minimum Turning Radii Visibility from Cockpit in Static Position Runway and Taxiway Turn Paths 135 Turn - Runway to Taxiway 90 Turn - Runway to Taxiway 180 Turn on a Runway 135 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway 90 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway Runway Holding Bay (Apron) Parking

5 TERMINAL SERVICING 5-0-0 TERMINAL SERVICING 5-1-0 Servicing Arrangements 5-1-1 Symbols Used on Servicing Diagrams 5-1-2 Typical Ramp Layout - Open Apron 5-1-3 Typical Ramp Layout - Gate 5-2-0 Terminal Operations - Full Servicing 5-3-0 Terminal Operation - Transit 5-4-0 Ground Service Connections 5-4-1 Ground Service Connections Layout 5-4-2 Grounding Points 5-4-3 Hydraulic System 5-4-4 Electrical System 5-4-5 Oxygen System 5-4-6 Fuel System 5-4-7 Pneumatic System 5-4-8 Potable Water System 5-4-9 Oil System 5-4-10 Vacuum Toilet System T.O.C. Page 2 Jun 01/12

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5-5-0 5-5-1 5-5-2 5-5-3 5-6-0 5-6-1 5-6-2 5-7-0 5-8-0 5-9-0 6 6-1-0 6-1-1 6-1-2 6-1-5 6-1-6 6-2-0 6-2-1 6-3-0 6-3-1 6-3-2 6-4-0 6-4-1 7 7-1-0 7-2-0 7-3-0 7-4-0 7-4-1 7-5-0 7-5-1 7-6-0 7-6-1 7-7-0 7-7-1 7-8-1

Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements Low Ambient Temperatures Medium Ambient Temperatures High Ambient Temperatures Ground Pneumatic Power Requirements Heating Cooling Preconditioned Airflow Requirements Ground Towing Requirements De-Icing and External Cleaning OPERATING CONDITIONS Engine Exhaust Velocities and Temperatures Engine Exhaust Velocities Contours - Ground Idle Power Engine Exhaust Temperatures Contours - Ground Idle Power Engine Exhaust Velocities Contours - Takeoff Power Engine Exhaust Temperatures Contours - Takeoff Power Airport and Community Noise Noise Data Danger Areas of Engines Ground Idle Power Takeoff Power APU Exhaust Velocities and Temperatures APU PAVEMENT DATA General Information Landing Gear Footprint Maximum Pavement Loads Landing Gear Loading on Pavement Landing Gear Loading on Pavement Flexible Pavement Requirements - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Design Method Flexible Pavement Requirements - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Design Method Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion Rigid Pavement Requirements - Portland Cement Association Design Method Rigid Pavement Requirements - Portland Cement Association Design Method Radius of Relative Stiffness T.O.C. Page 3 Jun 01/12

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7-8-2 7-8-3 7-8-4 7-9-0 7-9-1 7-9-2 8 8-0-0

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion Radius of Relative Stiffness (Other values of E and L) Radius of Relative Stiffness ACN/PCN Reporting System Aircraft Classification Number - Flexible Pavement Aircraft Classification Number - Rigid Pavement SCALED DRAWINGS SCALED DRAWINGS

10 AIRCRAFT RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING 10-0-0 AIRCRAFT RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING

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SCOPE 1-1-0 Purpose

**ON A/C A319-100 Purpose 1. General The A319 AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS -- AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING (AC) manual is issued for the A319-100 series aircraft, equipped with wing-tip fences or Sharklets to provide necessary data to airport operators, airlines and Maintenance/Repair Organizations (MRO) for airport and maintenance facilities planning. This revision is now a merge of the Maintenance Facility planning (MFP) document and the Airplane Characteristics for Airport Planning (AC). This document has been renamed Aircraft Characteristics -Airport and Maintenance Planning (AC) to reflect this change. Additionally, a chapter 10 Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting has been added to the AC. This chapter contains the illustrations of the Aircraft Rescue and Fire fighting Charts poster and replaces the PDF document that was available for download. The data given in this issue of the A319-100 AC equipped with Sharklets can be subject to change pending completion of the flight test phase. It is given for guidance only and does not constitute a contractual commitment. This non-customized document conforms to NAS 3601 specification. This document must not be used for training purposes. The single aisle A320 Family is a short to medium range aircraft delivering superior fuel efficiency, passenger comfort, environmental characteristics and economics, with a global market coverage. With record number of operators and wide market approval, the A320 Family benefits from continuous improvements such as: - Sharklets - New Engine Option (neo) The A320 Family wider fuselage, advanced troubleshooting and Cargo Loading System enable easy and cost effective ground handling, whilst minimizing aircraft turn round time. This document does not include the A319neo which is under development. Correspondence concerning this publication should be directed to: AIRBUS S.A.S. Customer Services Technical Data Support and Services

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AIRCRAFT DESCRIPTION 2-1-0 General Aircraft Characteristics

**ON A/C A319-100 General Airplane Characteristics 1. General Airplane Characteristics The weight terms used throughout this manual are given below together with their respective definitions. Maximum Taxi Weight (MTW): Maximum weight for ground maneuver as limited by aircraft strength and airworthiness requirements. (It includes weight of run-up and taxi fuel). It is also called Maximum Ramp Weight (MRW). Maximum Landing Weight (MLW): Maximum weight for landing as limited by aircraft strength and airworthiness requirements. Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW): Maximum weight for takeoff as limited by aircraft strength and airworthiness requirements. (This is the maximum weight at start of the takeoff run). Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW): Maximum operational weight of the aircraft without usable fuel. Standard Seating Capacity: Number of passengers specifically certified or anticipated for certification. Usable Volume: Usable volume available for cargo, pressurized fuselage, passenger compartment and cockpit. Usable Fuel Capacity: Fuel available for aircraft propulsion. Water Volume: Volume of cargo compartment.

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General Aircraft Characteristics Data

**ON A/C A319-100 General Airplane Characteristics Data 1. The following table provides characteristics of A319-100 Models, these data are specific to each Weight Variant: Aircraft Characteristics WV000 WV001 64 400 70 400 141 978 Kilograms Pounds Kilograms Pounds Kilograms Pounds 64 000 141 096 61 000 134 482 57 000 125 663 155 205 70 000 154 324 61 000 134 482 57 000 125 663 WV002 75 900 167 331 75 500 166 449 62 500 137 789 58 500 128 970 WV003 68 400 150 796 68 000 149 914 61 000 134 482 57 000 125 663 WV004 68 400 150 796 68 000 149 914 62 500 137 789 58 500 128 970

Maximum Ramp Weight (MRW) Maximum Taxi Weight (MTW) Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW) Maximum Landing Weight (MLW) Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW)

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Maximum Ramp Weight (MRW) Maximum Taxi Weight (MTW) Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW) Maximum Landing Weight (MLW) Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW)

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Aircraft Characteristics WV005 WV006 70 400 73 900 155 205 162 922 73 500 162 040 62 500 137 789 58 500 128 970

WV007 75 900 167 331 75 500 166 449 61 000 134 482 57 000 125 663

WV008 64 400 141 978 64 000 141 096 62 500 137 789 58 500 128 970

WV009 66 400 146 387 66 000 145 505 62 500 137 789 58 500 128 970

Kilograms Pounds Kilograms Pounds Kilograms Pounds

70 000 154 324 62 500 137 789 58 500 128 970

Aircraft Characteristics Maximum Ramp Weight (MRW) Maximum Taxi Weight (MTW) Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW) Kilograms Pounds Kilograms Pounds WV011 66 400 146 387 66 000 145 505 WV012 62 400 137 568 62 000 136 686

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Aircraft Characteristics Maximum Landing Weight (MLW) Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW) Kilograms Pounds Kilograms Pounds WV011 61 000 134 482 57 000 125 663 WV012 61 000 134 482 57 000 125 663

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The following table provides characteristics of A319-100 Models, these data are common to each Weight Variant: Aircraft Characteristics Single-class Liters US gallons Kilograms (density = 0.785 kg/l) Pounds Cubic meters Cubic feet

Standard Seating Capacity Usable Fuel Capacity

156 23 859 6 303 18 729 41 290 285 10 065 120 4 238 9 318 8.52 300 11.92 421 7.22 255 10.63 375.4 13.91 491.2 7.51 265.2

Pressurized Fuselage Volume (A/C non equipped) Passenger Compartment Cubic meters Volume Cubic feet Cockpit Volume Cubic meters Cubic feet Usable Volume, FWD Cubic meters CC Cubic feet Usable Volume, AFT CC Cubic meters Cubic feet Usable Volume, Bulk CC Cubic meters Cubic feet Water Volume, FWD CC Cubic meters Cubic feet Water Volume, AFT CC Cubic meters Cubic feet Water Volume, Bulk CC Cubic meters Cubic feet

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4.14 m (13.58 ft)

OPTIONAL

5.07 m (16.63 ft)

11.04 m (36.22 ft)

34.10 m (111.88 ft) 12.45 m (40.85 ft)

0.50 m (1.64 ft) 7.59 m (24.90 ft) 8.95 m (29.36 ft) RELATED TO AIRCRAFT ATTITUDE AND WEIGHT

0.93 m (3.05 ft)

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33.84 m (111.02 ft)

5.75 m (18.86 ft)

3.95 m (12.96 ft)

4.87 m (15.98 ft)

CFM56

9.6 m (31.5 ft)

V2500

9.52 m (31.23 ft)

RELATED TO AIRCRAFT ATTITUDE AND WEIGHT

N_AC_020200_1_0020103_01_00

General Aircraft Dimensions Wing Tip Fence (Sheet 2 of 4) FIGURE-2-2-0-991-002-A01

8.30 m (27.23 ft) 11.91 m (39.07 ft)

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4.14 m (13.58 ft)

OPTIONAL

5.07 m (16.63 ft)

11.04 m (36.23 ft)

35.80 m (117.45 ft) 12.45 m (40.85 ft)

3.79 m (12.43 ft) 2.43 m (7.97 ft)

0.50 m (1.64 ft) 7.59 m (24.90 ft) 8.95 m (29.36 ft) RELATED TO AIRCRAFT ATTITUDE AND WEIGHT

0.93 m (3.05 ft)

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General Aircraft Dimensions Sharklet (Sheet 3 of 4) FIGURE-2-2-0-991-002-A01

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33.84 m (111.02 ft)

5.75 m (18.86 ft)

3.95 m (12.96 ft) 4.87 m (15.98 ft)

V2500

9.52 m (31.23 ft)

1.64 m (5.38 ft) 21.85 m (71.69 ft)

3.22 m (10.56 ft)

RELATED TO AIRCRAFT ATTITUDE AND WEIGHT

1.61 m (5.28 ft)

16.29 m (53.44 ft)

CFM56

9.6 m (31.5 ft)

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General Aircraft Dimensions Sharklet (Sheet 4 of 4) FIGURE-2-2-0-991-002-A01

8.30 m (27.23 ft) 11.91 m (39.07 ft)

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**ON A/C A319-100 Ground Clearances 1. This section gives the height of various points of the aircraft, above the ground, for different aircraft configurations. Dimensions in the tables are approximate and will vary with tire type, weight and balance and other special conditions. The dimensions are given for: - a light weight, for an A/C in maintenance configuration with a mid CG, - the MRW for a light weight variant with a FWD CG and a AFT CG, - the MRW for a heavy weight variant with a FWD CG and a AFT CG, - aircraft on jacks, FDL at 4.6 m (15.09 ft). NOTE : Passenger and cargo door clearances are measured from the center of the door sill and from floor level.

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F F1

F2

F3

K1

K2

N P A/C CONFIG URATION 40 t A C1 B D1 E C2 G D2 H Q J

MRW MRW A/C JACKED FDL 74 t 64 t = 4.60 m (15.09 ft) CG 28% FWD CG 21% AFT CG 36% FWD CG 21% AFT CG 36% m m m m m m ft ft ft ft ft ft 3.47 11.38 11.12 11.32 11.09 11.25 13.55 3.39 3.45 3.38 3.43 4.13 A 6.86 6.59 6.73 6.53 6.66 8.89 2.09 2.01 2.05 1.99 2.03 2.71 B 6.00 5.74 5.84 5.68 5.77 7.97 1.83 1.75 1.78 1.73 1.76 2.43 C1 6.36 6.14 6.04 6.04 5.94 7.97 1.94 1.87 1.84 1.84 1.81 2.43 C2 19.59 19.36 19.42 19.29 19.36 21.59 5.97 5.90 5.92 5.88 5.90 6.58 D1 19.98 19.75 19.62 19.65 19.52 21.59 6.09 6.02 5.98 5.99 5.95 6.58 D2 E (CFM) 0.67 2.20 1.94 1.97 1.87 1.90 4.07 0.59 0.60 0.57 0.58 1.24 E (IAE) 2.79 2.56 2.56 2.49 2.49 4.66 0.85 0.78 0.78 0.76 0.76 1.42 5.68 5.45 5.38 5.35 5.31 7.41 1.73 1.66 1.64 1.63 1.62 2.26 F 10.66 8.96 8.73 8.66 8.63 8.56 2.73 2.66 2.64 2.63 2.61 3.25 F1 10.37 10.14 10.07 10.04 12.07 9.97 3.16 3.09 3.07 3.06 3.04 3.68 F2 11.48 11.25 11.09 13.16 3.50 3.43 3.41 11.19 3.41 11.19 3.38 4.01 F3 7.28 7.05 6.92 6.96 6.86 8.89 2.22 2.15 2.11 2.12 2.09 2.71 G 11.98 11.75 11.61 13.55 3.71 12.17 3.65 3.58 3.61 11.84 3.54 4.13 H 12.11 39.73 12.05 39.53 11.93 39.14 12.01 39.40 11.89 39.01 12.45 40.85 J 3.90 3.84 12.60 3.79 12.43 3.81 12.50 3.77 12.37 4.38 14.37 12.80 K1 15.65 15.68 15.55 17.55 4.87 15.98 4.81 15.78 4.77 4.78 4.74 5.35 K2 18.14 17.98 17.62 19.46 18.31 5.53 5.58 5.41 17.75 5.48 5.37 5.93 L 12.80 12.73 12.73 14.89 13.02 3.97 3.90 3.91 12.83 3.88 3.88 4.54 N 13.68 13.98 13.65 13.91 16.27 13.98 4.26 4.17 4.26 4.16 4.24 4.96 P Q 15.98 15.81 4.69 15.39 15.68 15.26 4.87 4.82 4.78 4.65 17.06 5.20 NOTE: PASSENGER AND CARGO DOOR GROUND CLEARANCES ARE MEASURED FROM THE CENTER OF THE DOOR SILL AND FROM FLOOR LEVEL. N_AC_020300_1_0020101_01_04

Ground Clearances FIGURE-2-3-0-991-002-A01

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F1

F2

F3

K1

K2

N P A/C CONFIG URATION 40 t A C1 B D1 E C2 G D2 H Q J

MRW MRW A/C JACKED FDL = 4.60 m 64 t 74 t (15.09 ft) CG 28% FWD CG 21% AFT CG 36% FWD CG 21% AFT CG 36% m m m m m m ft ft ft ft ft ft 3.47 11.38 11.12 11.32 11.09 11.25 13.55 3.39 3.45 3.38 3.43 4.13 A 6.86 6.59 6.73 6.53 6.66 8.89 2.09 2.01 2.05 1.99 2.03 2.71 B 6.00 5.74 5.84 5.68 5.77 7.97 1.83 1.75 1.78 1.73 1.76 2.43 C1 6.36 6.14 6.04 6.04 5.94 7.97 1.94 1.87 1.84 1.84 1.81 2.43 C2 19.59 19.36 19.42 19.29 19.36 21.59 5.97 5.90 5.92 5.88 5.90 6.58 D1 19.98 19.75 19.62 19.65 19.52 21.59 6.09 6.02 5.98 5.99 5.95 6.58 D2 E (CFM) 0.67 2.20 1.94 1.97 1.87 1.90 4.07 0.59 0.60 0.57 0.58 1.24 E (IAE) 2.79 2.56 2.56 2.49 2.49 4.66 0.85 0.78 0.78 0.76 0.76 1.42 5.68 5.45 5.38 5.35 5.31 7.41 1.73 1.66 1.64 1.63 1.62 2.26 F 10.66 8.96 8.73 8.66 8.63 8.56 2.73 2.66 2.64 2.63 2.61 3.25 F1 10.37 10.14 10.07 10.04 12.07 9.97 3.16 3.09 3.07 3.06 3.04 3.68 F2 11.48 11.25 11.09 13.16 3.50 3.43 3.41 11.19 3.41 11.19 3.38 4.01 F3 7.28 7.05 6.92 6.96 6.86 8.89 2.22 2.15 2.11 2.12 2.09 2.71 G 11.98 11.75 11.61 13.55 3.71 12.17 3.65 3.58 3.61 11.84 3.54 4.13 H 12.11 39.73 12.05 39.53 11.93 39.14 12.01 39.40 11.89 39.01 12.45 40.85 J 4.17 4.11 13.48 4.06 13.32 4.08 13.39 4.04 13.25 4.65 15.26 13.68 K1 6.81 22.34 6.75 6.71 6.68 7.29 22.15 22.01 6.72 22.05 21.92 23.92 K2 18.14 17.98 17.62 19.46 5.58 5.41 17.75 5.48 5.37 5.93 18.31 5.53 L 4.54 12.80 12.73 12.73 14.89 13.02 3.97 3.90 3.91 12.83 3.88 3.88 N 13.68 13.98 13.65 13.91 16.27 13.98 4.26 4.26 4.16 4.96 4.17 4.24 P Q 15.98 15.81 4.69 15.39 15.68 15.26 17.06 4.87 4.82 4.78 4.65 5.20 NOTE: PASSENGER AND CARGO DOOR GROUND CLEARANCES ARE MEASURED FROM THE CENTER OF THE DOOR SILL AND FROM FLOOR LEVEL. N_AC_020300_1_0280101_01_00

Ground Clearances Ground Clearances with Sharklets FIGURE-2-3-0-991-028-A01

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B CF

A B C D E F G

HEIGHT FROM GROUND A/C IN MAINTENANCE MAXIMUM RAMP CONFIGURATION WEIGHT FWD CG MID CG m ft m ft 2.05 6.73 1.96 6.43 9.09 8.79 2.68 2.77 9.22 8.92 2.81 2.72 11.68 3.65 3.56 11.98 2.09 6.86 2.01 6.59 8.50 2.50 8.20 2.59 9.97 2.95 9.68 3.04 MODEL 100 (64T MTOW) HEIGHT FROM GROUND A/C IN MAINTENANCE MAXIMUM RAMP CONFIGURATION WEIGHT FWD CG MID CG m ft m ft 2.05 1.95 6.73 6.40 9.09 8.76 2.67 2.77 9.22 8.81 2.81 2.71 11.98 11.65 3.65 3.55 2.10 1.99 6.89 6.53 2.59 2.49 8.50 8.17 3.05 2.94 9.65 10.01 MODEL 100 (70T MTOW) HEIGHT FROM GROUND A/C IN MAINTENANCE MAXIMUM RAMP CONFIGURATION WEIGHT FWD CG MID CG m ft m ft 6.79 2.07 6.36 1.94 9.15 8.76 2.79 2.67 8.86 2.83 2.70 9.28 12.04 11.61 3.67 3.54 6.92 6.53 1.99 2.11 8.56 8.14 2.61 2.48 3.06 2.93 9.61 10.06 MODEL 100 (75.5T MTOW)

MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG m 1.94 2.66 2.70 3.52 1.98 2.47 2.91 ft 6.36 8.73 8.86 11.52 6.50 8.10 9.55

MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG m 1.93 2.65 2.69 3.51 1.97 2.46 2.90 ft 6.33 8.69 8.83 11.52 6.46 8.07 9.51

A B C D E F G

MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG m 1.93 2.65 2.69 3.51 1.97 2.46 2.91 ft 6.33 8.69 8.83 11.52 6.46 8.07 9.55
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A B C D E F G

Ground Clearances Flaps and Flap Track Fairings When Flaps Fully Extended FIGURE-2-3-0-991-011-A01

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HEIGHT FROM GROUND

H J K

A/C IN MAINTENANCE CONFIGURATION MID CG m ft 8.79 2.68 3.09 10.14 3.48 11.42

MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT FWD CG


m 2.59 3.00 3.39 ft 8.50 9.84 11.12

MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG


m 2.58 2.98 3.36 ft 8.46 9.78 11.02

MODEL 100 (64T MTOW) HEIGHT FROM GROUND

H J K

A/C IN MAINTENANCE CONFIGURATION MID CG m ft 2.68 8.79 10.14 3.09 11.45 3.49

MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT FWD CG


m 2.58 2.99 3.38 ft 8.46 9.81 11.09

MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG


m 2.57 2.97 3.35 ft 8.43 9.74 10.99

MODEL 100 (70T MTOW) HEIGHT FROM GROUND

H J K

A/C IN MAINTENANCE CONFIGURATION MID CG m ft 2.70 8.86 10.17 3.10 11.48 3.50

MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT FWD CG


m 2.58 2.98 3.37 ft 8.46 9.78 11.06

MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG


m 2.57 2.97 3.36 ft 8.43 9.74 11.02

MODEL 100 (75.5T MTOW)


N_AC_020300_1_0120101_01_00

Ground Clearances Flap Track Fairings Up FIGURE-2-3-0-991-012-A01

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HEIGHT FROM GROUND A/C IN MAINTENANCE CONFIGURATION MID CG m ft 4.18 13.71 3.84 12.60 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT FWD CG m 4.09 3.75 ft 13.42 12.30 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG m 4.04 3.71 ft 13.25 12.17

L M

MODEL 100 (64T MTOW) HEIGHT FROM GROUND A/C IN MAINTENANCE CONFIGURATION MID CG m ft 4.18 13.71 3.84 12.60 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT FWD CG m 4.07 3.73 ft 13.35 12.24 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG m 4.03 3.70 ft 13.22 12.14

L M

MODEL 100 (70T MTOW) HEIGHT FROM GROUND A/C IN MAINTENANCE CONFIGURATION MID CG m ft 4.20 13.78 3.86 12.66 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT FWD CG m 4.06 3.73 ft 13.32 12.24 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG m 4.04 3.71 ft 13.25 12.17

L M

MODEL 100 (75.5T MTOW)


N_AC_020300_1_0130101_01_00

Ground Clearances Aileron Down FIGURE-2-3-0-991-013-A01

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HEIGHT FROM GROUND A/C IN MAINTENANCE CONFIGURATION MID CG m N P Q R S T U V W 4.56 4.36 4.60 4.48 4.35 4.21 4.07 4.01 3.75 ft 14.96 14.30 15.09 14.70 14.27 13.81 13.35 13.16 12.30 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT FWD CG m 4.47 4.27 4.51 4.39 4.26 4.13 3.98 3.92 3.66 ft 14.67 14.01 14.80 14.40 13.98 13.55 13.06 12.86 12.01 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG m 4.42 4.23 4.47 4.35 4.23 4.10 3.96 3.90 3.65 ft 14.50 13.88 14.67 14.27 13.88 13.10 12.99 12.80 11.98

MODEL 100 (64T MTOW)

N_AC_020300_1_0140101_01_00

Ground Clearances Aileron Up and Spoilers 1 to 5 Extended (Sheet 1 of 2) FIGURE-2-3-0-991-014-A01

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HEIGHT FROM GROUND A/C IN MAINTENANCE CONFIGURATION MID CG m ft 4.56 14.96 4.37 14.34 4.60 15.09 4.48 14.70 4.35 14.27 13.85 4.22 4.07 13.35 4.01 13.16 3.75 12.30 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT FWD CG m 4.45 4.26 4.50 4.37 4.25 4.12 3.97 3.91 3.65 ft 14.60 13.98 14.76 14.34 13.94 13.52 13.02 12.83 11.98 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG m 4.41 4.22 4.46 4.34 4.22 4.09 3.95 3.89 3.64 ft 14.47 13.85 14.63 14.24 13.85 13.42 12.96 12.76 11.94

N P Q R S T U V W

MODEL 100 (70T MTOW) HEIGHT FROM GROUND A/C IN MAINTENANCE CONFIGURATION MID CG m ft 4.58 15.03 4.38 14.37 4.62 15.16 4.49 14.73 4.37 14.34 4.23 13.88 4.09 13.42 4.02 13.19 3.77 12.37 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT FWD CG m 4.44 4.25 4.49 4.37 4.24 4.11 3.97 3.91 3.65 ft 14.57 13.94 14.73 14.34 13.91 13.48 13.02 12.83 11.98 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG m 4.42 4.23 4.47 4.35 4.23 4.10 3.96 3.90 3.64 ft 14.50 13.88 14.67 14.27 13.88 13.10 12.99 12.80 11.94

N P Q R S T U V W

MODEL 100 (75.5T MTOW)

N_AC_020300_1_0140102_01_00

Ground Clearances Aileron Up and Spoilers 1 to 5 Extended (Sheet 2 of 2) FIGURE-2-3-0-991-014-A01

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HEIGHT FROM GROUND A/C IN MAINTENANCE CONFIGURATION MID CG m ft 2.55 8.37 2.97 9.74 3.06 10.04 3.36 3.61 3.86 4.10 11.02 11.84 12.66 13.45 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT FWD CG m 2.48 2.89 2.98 3.28 3.53 3.78 4.01 ft 8.14 9.48 9.78 10.76 11.58 12.40 13.16 MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG m 2.50 2.91 2.99 3.27 3.52 3.75 3.98 ft 8.20 9.55 9.81 10.73 11.55 12.30 13.06

X Y Z A B C D E F G

MODEL 100 (64T MTOW)

N_AC_020300_1_0150101_01_00

Ground Clearances Slats Extended (Sheet 1 of 2) FIGURE-2-3-0-991-015-A01

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X Y Z A B C D E F G

HEIGHT FROM GROUND A/C IN MAINTENANCE MAXIMUM RAMP CONFIGURATION WEIGHT FWD CG MID CG m ft m ft 2.56 8.40 2.47 8.10 9.74 9.45 2.97 2.88 10.04 9.74 3.06 2.97 3.36 3.62 3.87 4.10 11.02 11.88 12.70 13.45 3.27 3.52 3.77 4.00 10.73 11.55 12.37 13.12

MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG m 2.49 2.90 2.98 3.26 3.51 3.74 3.97 ft 8.17 9.51 9.78 10.70 11.52 12.27 13.02

MODEL 100 (70T MTOW) HEIGHT FROM GROUND A/C IN MAINTENANCE MAXIMUM RAMP CONFIGURATION WEIGHT FWD CG MID CG m ft m ft 8.43 8.10 2.47 2.57 2.88 2.98 9.78 9.45 2.97 3.07 9.74 10.07 3.37 3.63 3.88 4.12 11.06 11.91 12.73 13.52 3.26 3.51 3.76 3.99 10.70 11.52 12.34 13.09

MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AFT CG m 2.49 2.89 2.97 3.26 3.51 3.75 3.97 ft 8.17 9.48 9.74 10.70 11.52 12.30 13.02

X Y Z A B C D E F G

MODEL 100 (75.5T MTOW)

N_AC_020300_1_0150102_01_00

Ground Clearances Slats Extended (Sheet 2 of 2) FIGURE-2-3-0-991-015-A01

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Interior Arrangements

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Passenger Compartment Layout

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AFT PASSENGER /CREW DOOR

A A

G L A

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Typical Configuration Typical Configuration Single-Class, High Density FIGURE-2-4-1-991-002-A01


FWD PASSENGER /CREW DOOR EMERGENCY EXIT

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AFT PASSENGER /CREW DOOR

DESIGNATION (2) GALLEY (2) LAVATORY ATTENDANT SEAT (5)

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AFT PASSENGER /CREW DOOR

A L

G L

L A A

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PASSENGER SEATS (124 TOTAL) 8 SUPER FIRST CLASS 116 ECONOMY CLASS SEAT PITCHES: FIRST 36 in ECONOMY 32 in

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3.95 (155.51)

2.13 (83.86)

1.60 (62.99)

Wind

ows

0.52 (20.47) Aircraft Datum 0.49 (19.29) CABIN FLOOR 2.64 (103.94) 1.24 (48.82) Top of cargo Compartment

Cargo Compartment Floor

1.42 (55.91) 3.45 (135.83) 3.68 (144.88)

NOTE: DIMENSIONS m (in)


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Passenger Compartment Cross-section FIGURE-2-5-0-991-001-A01

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6 ABREASTWIDER AISLE

1.50 (59)

0.64 (25) 3.64 (143) 3.95 (155.5)

1.50 (59)

NOTE: DIMENSIONS m (in)


N_AC_020500_1_0050101_01_00

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1.24 (48.9)

4.14 (163)

0.432 (17)

2.21 (87)

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6 ABREASTWIDER SEAT

1.58 (62)

0.48 (19) 3.64 (143) 3.95 (155.5)

1.58 (62)

NOTE: DIMENSIONS m (in)


N_AC_020500_1_0050102_01_02

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1.24 (48.9)

4.14 (163)

0.457 (18)

2.21 (87)

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4 ABREASTFIRST CLASS

1.45 (57)

0.69 (27) 3.59 (141) 3.95 (155.5)

1.45 (57)

NOTE: DIMENSIONS m (in)


N_AC_020500_1_0060101_01_00

Passenger Compartment Cross-section Passenger Compartment Cross-section, First-class FIGURE-2-5-0-991-006-A01

1.24 (48.9)

2-5-0

4.14 (163)

0.57 (22.6)

2.21 (87)

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Cargo Compartments

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BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT (2 CONTAINERS)

FR59 FR65

1.81 m (71.26 in)

FR47 / FR51

FR24A

FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT (2 CONTAINERS)

FR34

N_AC_020600_1_0020101_01_00

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1.81 m (71.26 in) 3.35 m (131.89 in)

7.67 m (301.97 in)

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Door Clearances

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Forward Passenger / Crew Doors

**ON A/C A319-100 Forward Passenger / Crew Doors 1. This section gives forward passenger / crew doors clearances.

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1.8 m (5 ft 10.8 in) 0.48 m (1 ft 6.88 in)

0.81 m (2 ft 7.8 in)

0.61 m (2 ft) CRITICAL CLEARANCE LIMIT 5.02 m (16 ft 5.62 in)

2.54 m (8 ft 3.99 in)

2.375 m (7 ft 9.48 in)

1.85 m (6 ft 0.82 in)

0.03 m (1.18 in) SEE CHAPTER 23

N_AC_020701_1_0020101_01_00

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Emergency Exits

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C L OPTIONAL
FWD

(FROM NOSE) 12.83 m (42 ft 1.11 in) 0.85 m (2 ft 9.45 in)

0.5 m (1ft 7.68 in)

0.47 m (1ft 6.49 in) SEE SECTION 23 0.2 m (7.87 in)

B
1.23 m (4 ft 0.42 in)

0.9 m (2 ft 11.4 in) 0.12 m (4.72 in)

0.495 m (1ft 7.48 in) (TOP OF FLOOR)

A A

B B
(FRAME 47)

NOTE: ESCAPE SLIDE COMPARTMENT DOOR OPENS ON WING UPPER SURFACE.


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Aft Passenger / Crew Doors

**ON A/C A319-100 Aft Passenger / Crew Doors 1. This section gives Aft passenger / crew doors clearances.

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1.79 m (5 ft 10.46 in) 0.81 m (2 ft 7.88 in)

FWD

CRITICAL CLEARANCE LIMIT

0.58 m (1 ft 10.8 in)

2.44 m (8 ft)
(FROM NOSE) 25.91 m (85 ft)

1.85 m (6 ft 0.82 in) 0.03 m (1.18 in) SEE CHAPTER 23 0.6 m (1 ft 11.6 in)

A A

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Forward Cargo Compartment Doors

**ON A/C A319-100 Forward Cargo Compartment Door 1. This section gives forward cargo compartment door clearances.

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A
8.16 m (FROM NOSE) (26 ft 9.25 in) 1.495 m (4 ft 10.84 in)
FWD

1.24 m (4 ft 0.81 in) 3.945 m (12 ft 11.3 in)

SEE CHAPTER 23

1.82 m (5 ft 11.65 in)

A A

2.71 m (8 ft 10.69 in)

0.5 m (1 ft 7.68 in)

N_AC_020704_1_0020101_01_00

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Aft Cargo Compartment Doors

**ON A/C A319-100 Aft Cargo Compartment Door 1. This section gives Aft cargo compartment door clearances.

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A
20.58 m (FROM NOSE) (67ft 6.22 in) 1.43 m (4 ft 8.29 in)
FWD

1.23 m (4 ft 0.42 in)

A
3.945 m 1.82 m (5 ft 11.65 in) (12 ft 11.3 in)

SEE CHAPTER 23

A A

FWD

1.6 m 5 ft 2.93 in)

N_AC_020705_1_0020101_01_01

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Main Landing Gear Doors

**ON A/C A319-100 Main Landing Gear Doors 1. This section gives the main landing gear doors clearances.

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A
14.758 m (48 ft 5 in) 1.826 m (5 ft 11.88 in)

NOTE: VALUE OF CG: 25% RC. AIRCRAFT

1.942 m 0.485 m (1 ft 7.09 in) (6 ft 4.45 in)

0.207 m (8.14 in)

84

(5

1.7 6 ft 9 1 m .32 in)

0.14 m (5.51 in) 1.23 m (4 ft 0.42 in) GROUND LINE

A
N_AC_020707_1_0020101_01_02

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Radome

**ON A/C A319-100 Radome 1. This section gives the radome clearances.

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0.63 m (2 ft 0.79 in)

STA 3500 FR1

1.54 m (5 ft 0.62 in)

65

N_AC_020708_1_0020101_01_00

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APU and Nose Landing Gear Doors

**ON A/C A319-100 APU and Nose Landing Gear Doors 1. This section gives APU and Nose Landing Gear doors clearances.

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NOTE: VALUE OF CG : 25% RC.

FR80

FR84

1.5 m (4 ft 11 in)

1.4 m (4 ft 7.11 in)

3.23 m (10 ft 7.16 in)

3.86 m (12 ft 7.96 in)


N_AC_020709_1_0020101_01_00

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Escape Slides

**ON A/C A319-100 Escape Slides 1. General This section gives location of cabin escape facilities and related clearances. Location Escape facilities are provided at the following locations: - one slide-raft at each passenger/crew door (total four) - one slide for each emergency exit door (total two). Dual lane offwing escape slides are installed above the wings in the left and right wing-to-fuselage fairings for off-the-wing evacuation.

2.

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AFT CABIN ESCAPE SLIDE

OFF WING ESCAPE SLIDE

FWD CABIN ESCAPE SLIDE

N_AC_020800_1_0030101_01_00

Escape Slides Location FIGURE-2-8-0-991-003-A01

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EMERGENCY DESCENT DEVICE THROUGH WINDOW OPENING

GRID EQUALS 1 m (3.28 ft) IN REALITY

N_AC_020800_1_0040101_01_00

Escape Slides Dimensions FIGURE-2-8-0-991-004-A01

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Landing Gear

**ON A/C A319-100 Landing Gear 1. General The landing gear is of the conventional retractable tricycle type comprising: - Two main gears with twin wheel - A twin wheel nose gear. The main landing gears are located under the wing and retract sideways towards the fuselage centerline. The nose landing gear retracts forward into a fuselage compartment located between STA 5394/FR 9 and STA 8077/FR 20. The landing gear and landing gear doors operation is controlled electrically and hydraulically operated. In abnormal operation, the landing gear can be extended by gravity. For landing gear footprint and tire size, refer to 7-2-0. 2. Main Landing Gear A. Twin wheel Each of the two main landing gear assemblies consists of a conventional two wheel direct type with an integral shock absorber supported in the fore and aft direction by a fixed drag strut and laterally by a folding strut mechanically locked when in the DOWN position. 3. Nose Landing Gear The nose landing gear comprises a leg with a built-in shock absorber strut, carrying twin wheel with adequate shimmy damping and a folding strut mechanically locked when in the DOWN position. 4. Nose Wheel Steering Steering is controlled by two hand wheels in the cockpit. For steering angle controlled by the hand wheels, refer to AMM 32-51-00. For steering angle limitation, refer to AMM 09-10-00. A steering disconnection box installed on the nose landing gear to allow steering deactivation for towing purpose.

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5.

Landing Gear Servicing Points A. General Filling of the landing gear shock absorbers is through MS28889 standard valves. Charging of the landing gear shock absorbers is accomplished with nitrogen through MS28889 standard valves. B. Charging Pressure For charging of the landing gear shock absorbers, refer to AMM 12-14-32.

6.

Braking A. General The four main wheels are equipped with carbon multidisc brakes. The braking system is electrically controlled and hydraulically operated. The braking system has four braking modes plus autobrake and anti-skid systems: - Normal braking with anti-skid capability - Alternative braking with anti-skid capability - Alternative braking without anti-skid capability - Parking brake with full pressure application capability only. B. In-Flight Wheel Braking The main gear wheels are braked automatically before the wheels enter the wheel bay. The nose gear wheels are stopped by the wheels contacting a rubbing strip (the brake band) when the gear is in the retracted position.

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HINGED FAIRING (MECHANICALLY OPERATED) HINGED FAIRING DOOR ACTUATING CYLINDER FIXED FAIRING

B C
ADJUSTABLE RAMP UPLOCK ROLLER FIXED RAMPS STEPS

PROXIMITY SENSORS ACTUATING CYLINDER

MAIN DOOR (HYDRAULICALLY OPERATED) LOCK STAY

UNLOCK ACTUATOR

E
MAIN FITTING

SIDE STAY

SHOCK ABSORBER

TORQUE LINK

A
NOTE: MAIN DOOR SHOWN OPEN IN GROUND MAINTENANCE POSITION.
N_AC_020900_1_0060101_01_00

Landing Gear Main Landing Gear - Twin Wheel (Sheet 1 of 2) FIGURE-2-9-0-991-006-A01

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DOOR ACTUATING CYLINDER

LOCKSTAY ACTUATING CYLINDER LOCKING PIN

GROUND LOCK SLEEVE

LOCKING PIN

FLAG

FLAG

BOTTOM FILLING AND CHARGING CONNECTION MS28889 TOP FILLING AND CHARGING CONNECTION MS28889

D
EXAMPLE

E
N_AC_020900_1_0060102_01_00

Landing Gear Main Landing Gear - Twin Wheel (Sheet 2 of 2) FIGURE-2-9-0-991-006-A01

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2 265 mm (89.17 in) 2 868.70 mm (112.94 in)

COMPRESSED

Y=

3 795 mm (149.41 in)

EXTENDED

469.90 mm (18.50 in) 58.40 % AMC

3 453 mm (135.94 in)

20 252.50 mm X= (797.34 in)

8030 RETRACTION ANGLE

927.10 mm (36.50 in)

N_AC_020900_1_0070101_01_00

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BELL CRANK DOOR ACTUATING CYLINDER CONTROL ROD DOOR UPLOCK ASSEMBLY FR9 DRAG STRUT ASSEMBLY GEAR UPLOCK ASSEMBLY

FR20

C
FITTING FWD DOORS

B
ROTATING ROD ASSEMBLY AFT DOORS LEG DOOR

ACTUATING CYLINDER

DOWNLOCK PROXIMITY DETECTORS

NOSE WHEEL STEERING SERVO CONTROL

STEERING ACTUATING CYLINDER

SHOCK ABSORBER

TORQUE LINK

TOWING FITTING

A
N_AC_020900_1_0080101_01_00

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LOCKSTAY NLG DOOR SAFETY PIN

DOWNLOCK SAFETY PIN FLAG NLG DOOR

DOOR HINGE

FLAG

C
RH SHOWN LH SYMMETRICAL

TOWING LEVER

FILLING AND CHARGING CONNECTION MS28889

NORMAL POSITION (NOSE WHEEL STREERING OPERATIONAL)

SAFETY PIN (TOWING POSITION)

TOWING POSITION (NOSE WHEEL STEERING DEACTIVATED)

E
N_AC_020900_1_0080102_01_00

Landing Gear Nose Landing Gear (Sheet 2 of 2) FIGURE-2-9-0-991-008-A01

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92

1 957.03 mm (77.05 in) 2 338 mm (92.05 in)

COMPRE

SSED

EXTEND

ED

430 mm (16.93 in) 9

X=

7 561 mm (297.68 in)

500 mm (19.69 in)

N_AC_020900_1_0090101_01_00

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**ON A/C A319-100 Landing Gear Maintenance Pits 1. Description The minimum maintenance pit envelopes for the main gear shock absorber removal are shown in Figures 1 and 2. All dimensions shown are minimum dimensions with zero clearances. The dimensions for the pits have been determined as follows: - The length and width of the pits allow the gear to rotate as the weight is taken off the landing gear - The depth of the pits allows the shock absorber to be removed when all the weight is taken off the landing gear. Dimensions for elevators and associated mechanisms must be added to those in Figures 1 and 2.

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18.5 m (60.70 ft) MAIN JACKING POINT 18.65 m (61.19 ft)

FWD JACKING POINT = = 5.28 m (17.32 ft) 7.61 m (24.97 ft) 2.5 m (8.20 ft)

FROM X0 6.49 m (21.29 ft) 3.79 m (12.43 ft) = 3.76 m (12.34 ft) 2.95 m (9.68 ft) 1.5 m (4.92 ft) 1m (3.28 ft)

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7.59 m (24.90 ft)

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A m ft 1.71 1.17 3.84 ft 0.52 DIM QUOTED IS WITH WHEELS REMOVED AND 153 mm (6.02 in) CLEARANCE AT JACKING DOME m

18.65 m (61.19 ft)

7.61 m (24.97 ft) 0.40 m (1.31 ft) 1.60 m (5.25 ft)

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Landing Gear Maintenance Pits Maintenance Pit Envelopes FIGURE-2-9-0-991-023-A01

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1 2

1 2

NOTE: 1 REPRESENTS TOP OF MECHANICAL OR HYDRAULIC ELEVATOR, WITH AIRCRAFT WEIGHT SUPPORTED AND LANDING GEAR SHOCK ABSORBERS EXTENDED. 2 REPRESENTS TOP OF MECHANICAL OR HYDRAULIC ELEVATOR, SHOWN WITH ZERO CLEARANCE LOWERED FOR SHOCK ABSORBER REMOVAL.

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Exterior Lighting

**ON A/C A319-100 Exterior Lighting 1. General This section gives the location of the aircraft exterior lighting. EXTERIOR LIGHTING DESCRIPTION RIGHT NAVIGATION LIGHT (GREEN) TAIL NAVIGATION LIGHT (WHITE) LEFT NAVIGATION LIGHT (RED) RETRACTABLE LANDING LIGHT RUNWAY TURN OFF LIGHT TAXI LIGHT TAKE-OFF LIGHT LOGO LIGHT UPPER ANTI-COLLISION LIGHT/BEACON (RED) LOWER ANTI-COLLISION LIGHT/BEACON (RED) WING STROBE LIGHT (HIGH INTENSITY, WHITE) TAIL STROBE LIGHT (HIGH INTENSITY, WHITE) WING/ENGINE SCAN LIGHT WHEEL WELL LIGHT (DOME) CARGO COMPARTMENT FLOOD LIGHT

ITEM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

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2 8 12

11 1 RH 3 LH 13 10

11 RH 1 LH 3

4
N_AC_021000_1_0050101_01_00

Exterior Lighting FIGURE-2-10-0-991-005-A01

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Exterior Lighting FIGURE-2-10-0-991-006-A01

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12

10

11

11

13

13

N_AC_021000_1_0070101_01_00

Exterior Lighting FIGURE-2-10-0-991-007-A01

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15

14

15

EXAMPLE FOR LIGHT N 15 CEILING LIGHT SPOT LIGHT

GROUND

N_AC_021000_1_0180101_01_00

Exterior Lighting FIGURE-2-10-0-991-018-A01

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Antennas and Probes Location

**ON A/C A319-100 Antennas and Probes Location 1. This section gives the location of antennas and probes.

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WEATHER RADAR EMERGENCY STATIC PROBE AOA SENSOR(3) STBY GPS(2) GPS(1) VHF(1) ATC(4) AOA SENSOR(1) ELT TCAS TOP VHF(3) HF

LOC GLIDE DME(1) TAT PROBE PITOT PROBE(3) MARKER PITOT PROBE(1) ATC(1) STATIC PROBE(2) DME(2) STATIC PROBE(1) TCAS BOTTOM

RADIO ALTIMETER(2)

RADIO ALTIMETER(1) VHF(2)

VOR EMERGENCY STATIC PROBE ATC(3) ADF(1) AOA SENSOR(2)

TAT PROBE PITOT PROBE(2) ATC(2) STATIC PROBE(1) STATIC PROBE(2)

NOTE: DEPENDING ON AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION


N_AC_021100_1_0020101_01_00

Antennas and Probes Location FIGURE-2-11-0-991-002-A01

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Power Plant

**ON A/C A319-100 Auxiliary Power Unit 1. General The APU is installed at the rear part of the fuselage in the tail cone. An air intake system with a flap-type door is installed in front of the APU compartment. The exhaust gases pass overboard at the end of the fuselage cone. 2. Controls and Indication The primary APU controls and indications are installed on the overhead panel, on the center pedestal and on the center instrument panel. Additionally, an external APU panel is installed on the nose landing gear to initiate an APU emergency shutdown.

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Z310

UPPER FIREWALL FRONT FIREWALL STA33561 / FR80 FIREWALL RH

LOUVER LH

CUT OUT SEALED WITH LABYRINTH GASKET

B
RH ACCESS DOOR 316AR REAR FIREWALL CUT OUT SEALED WITH LABYRINTH GASKET STA35211 / FR84

AIR INTAKE FIXED ON ACCESS DOOR

NOTE: LH ACCESS DOOR 315AL NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY


N_AC_021200_1_0030101_01_00

Auxiliary Power Unit Access Doors FIGURE-2-12-0-991-003-A01

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FIRE OVERHEAT DETECTOR APU SUSPENSION (7 RODS) GENERATOR FIRE EXTINGUISHING BOTTLE BLEED AIR LINE APU

STA36379 / FR87 EXHAUST MUFFLER APU SUSPENSION (7 RODS) STA35211/FR84

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OIL COOLER OUTLET AIR INTAKE DUCT APUFUELLINE FRONT FIRE WALL

Auxiliary Power Unit General Layout FIGURE-2-12-0-991-004-A01


STA33561 /FR80 AIR INTAKE HOUSING STA32923 / FR78 STA32811 /FR77 DIVERTER

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**ON A/C A319-100 Engine and Nacelle 1. Engine and Nacelle - CFM Engine A. Engine The engine is a dual-rotor, variable stator, high bypass ratio turbo fan power plant for subsonic services. The principal modules of the engine are: - low pressure compressor (fan stator and fan rotor) - high pressure compressor - turbine frame - combustion chamber - high pressure turbine - low pressure turbine - accessory drives (gear box). The 9 stage high pressure compressor is driven by 1 stage high pressure turbine, and the integrated front fan and booster is driven by 4 stage low pressure turbine. An annular combustor converts fuel and compressor discharge air into energy to provide engine thrust part through primary exhaust and to drive the turbines. The accessory drive system extracts energy from the high pressure rotor to drive the engine accessories and the engine mounted aircraft accessories. Reverse thrust for braking the aircraft after landing is supplied by an integrated system which acts on the fan discharge airflow. Nacelle The cowls enclose the periphery of the engine so as to form the engine nacelle. Each engine is housed in a nacelle suspended from a pylon attached to the wing lower surface. The nacelle consists of the demountable powerplant, the fan cowls and the thrust reverser cowls. The nacelle installation is designed to provide cooling and ventilation air for engine accessories mounted along the fan and core casing. The nacelle provides: - protection for the engine and the accessories - airflow around the engine during its operation - lighting protection - HIRF and EMI attenuation. Engine The engine is a two spool, axial flow, high bypass ratio turbofan powerplant for subsonic sevice. The main modules of the engine are: - low pressure compressor (fan and booster) assembly - LP compressor/intermediate case - No. 4 bearing and combustion section - high pressure compressor - HP turbine section - LP turbine section - accessory drives (gear box). Page 4 Jun 01/12

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The four stage Low Pressure Compressor (LPC) is driven by a five stage Low Pressure Turbine (LPT) and the ten stage High Pressure Compressor (HPC) by a two stage High Pressure Turbine (HPT). The HPT also drives a gearbox which, in turn drives the engines and aircraft mounted accessories. The two shafts are supported by five main bearings. The V2500 incorporates a Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) which governs all engine functions, including power management. Reverse thrust for braking the aircraft after landing is supplied by an integrated system which acts on the fan discharge airflow. B. Nacelle The cowls enclose the periphery of the engine so as to form the engine nacelle. Each engine is housed in a nacelle suspended from a pylon attached below the wing. The nacelle installation is designed to provide cooling and ventilation air for engine accessories mounted along the fan and core casing. The nacelle provides: - protection for the engine and the accessories - airflow around the engine during its operation - lighting protection - HIRF and EMI attenuation.

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2 943 mm (115.87 in) 2 600 mm (102.36 in)

1 125 mm (44.28 in) FAN AND BOOSTER FWD HANDLING POINT FWD HOISTING POINT

COMPRESSOR COMBUSTOR TURBINE FRAME

DIA 986 mm (38.82 in)

1 820 mm (71.65 in)

AGB

TGB

HP TURBINE

LP TURBINE

AFT HOISTING AND ACCESSORY HANDLING POINT DRIVE

A
2 145 mm (84.45 in)

1 130 mm (44.49 in)

989 mm (38.94 in)

1 978 mm (77.87 in)

B
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DISTANCE FROM THE NOSE 9.6 m (31.5 m) 0.33 m (1.1 ft) 1.2 m (3.9 ft)

0.93 m (3.1 ft)

1.3 m (4.3 ft)

1.2 m (3.9 ft)

D C
PRIMARY NOZZLE

6 2.3 m (7.5 ft) 1.6 m (5.2 ft) CENTERBODY

A
ENGINE AIR INLET COWL 0.57 m (1.9 ft)

B
FAN COWL

C
FAN D REVERSER

2.1 m (6.9 ft)

BLOCKER DOOR EXTENDED 2.07 m (6.8 ft) 1.9 m (6.2 ft)

A A
1.8 m (5.9 ft) 1.2 m (3.9 ft)

B B

C C
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C 0.55 m (1.8 ft)

m (ft) VIEW COWLING AFT VIEW COWLING FWD 4227 5515 4040 5256

A 1.8 (5.9) 2.0 (6.6) 1.8 (5.9) 2.0 (6.6)

B 1.5 (4.9) 1.8 (5.9) 1.4 (4.6) 1.7 (5.6)

C 1.3 (4.3) 1.7 (5.6) 1.3 (4.3) 1.6 (5.2)

NOTE: APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS


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3.7 m (12.1 ft) 3.3 m (10.8 ft)

1m (3.3 ft) 0.9 m (3 ft)

35 45

0.5 m (1.6 ft)

0.7 m (2.3 ft)

1m (3.3 ft)

GROUND

NOTE: APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS CAUTION DO NOT ACTUATE SLATS: WITH THRUST REVERSER COWLS 45 OPEN POSITION WITH BLOCKER DOORS OPEN AND THRUST REVERSER COWLS AT 35 AND 45 OPEN POSITION

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A
3 101 mm (122.1 in) FAN AND BOOSTER COMPRESSOR COMBUSTOR HP LP TURBINE TURBINE FRAME

TURBINE

1 715 mm (67.5 in)

1 067 mm (42.0 in)

ACCESSORY DRIVE

A
FWD
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DISTANCE FROM THE NOSE 9.52 m (31.23 ft) 5.25 m (17.23 ft)

D A C B E
0.5

V 1.50 m (4.95 ft)

B C D
5.26 m (17.27 ft)

W m ft 6.58 6.58 6.50 6.32 5.38 4.07 m 0.99 1.00 0.97 0.93 0.78 0.60

U ft 3.25 3.29 3.19 3.06 2.57 1.96 m 1.10 1.11 1.07 1.03 0.86 0.64

V ft 3.63 3.64 3.52 3.39 2.83 2.11 m 1.41 2.59 3.26 3.63 4.60

PPS ft 4.62 8.50 10.70 11.90 15.10

AT COMPONENT INLET ATTACH FLG TORQUE BOX "V" BLADE COMB. CHAMBER ENTRY FLG COMB. CHAMBER EXIT FLG TEC FLG TURB. EXIT CASE AFT END CNA

AA BB CC DD EE FF

2.01 2.01 1.98 1.93 1.64 1.24

NOTE: ALL SIZES GIVEN ON THIS ILLUSTRATION ARE APPROXIMATE


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FWD VIEW 2m (6.6 ft)

CLOSED

WL100

3.9 m (12.8 ft)

WL100

FAN COWL OPEN 50

1.6 m (5.2 ft) 0.67 m (2.2 ft) GROUND

1.2 m (3.9 ft)

NOTE: APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS

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AFT VIEW 2m (6.6 ft)

CLOSED

WL100

3.6 m (11.8 ft)

WL100

THRUST REVERSER OPEN 45

0.9 m (3 ft) 1.1 m (3.6 ft) 1m (3.3 ft) 0.67 m (2.2 ft)

NOTE: APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS

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Leveling, Symmetry and Alignment

**ON A/C A319-100 Leveling, Symmetry and Alignment 1. Quick Leveling There are three alternative procedures to level the aircraft: - Quick leveling procedure with Air Data/Inertial Reference Unit (ADIRU). - Quick leveling procedure with a spirit level in the passenger compartment. - Quick leveling procedure with a spirit level in the FWD cargo compartment. Precise Leveling For precise leveling, it is necessary to install sighting rods in the receptacles located under the fuselage (points 11 and 12 for longitudinal leveling) and under the wings (points 2LH and 2RH for lateral leveling) and use a sighting tube. With the aircraft on jacks, adjust the jacks until the reference marks on the sighting rods are aligned in the sighting plane (aircraft level). Symmetry and Alignment Check Possible deformation of the aircraft is measured by photogrammetry.

2.

3.

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RIB10 2LH

FR54

FR57

12 2RH 11 FR28 FR34 RIB10

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**ON A/C A319-100 Jacking for Maintenance 1. Jacking for Maintenance A. General The A319 aircraft can be jacked: - at not more than the maximum permitted aircraft weight for jacking 57 000 kg (125 663 lb) and, - within the limits of the permissible wind speed when the aircraft is jacked outside a closed environment. B. Primary Jacking Points The aircraft is provided with three jacking points: - one located under the forward fuselage (STA5194/FR8), - two located under the wings: one under each wing, located at the intersection of STA4862/RIB9 and the rear of spar datum. Three jacking adapters are used as intermediary parts between the airplane and jacks: - one male spherical jacking adapter of 19 mm (0.75 in) radius, forming part of the airplane structure, FR8, - a wing jack pad, attached to each wing at RIB 9 by 2 bolts, provides the location for jacking adaptor. Wing jack pads are ground equipment. C. Auxiliary Jacking Points - Safety Stay When the aircraft is on jacks, it is recommended that a safety stay be placed under the fuselage, between FR73 and FR74 to prevent tail tipping caused by accidental displacement of the center of gravity. The safety stay is not used to lift the aircraft. A male spherical ball pad with a 19 mm (0.75 in) radius, forming part of the airplane structure is provided for using the safety stay. 2. Jack design In fully retracted position (jack stroke at minimum) the height is such that the jack may be placed beneath the airplane under the most adverse conditions, namely, tires deflated and shock absorbers depressurized.

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In addition, a clearance of 50 mm (1.97 in) approximately must be provided between the airplane jacking point and the jack upper end. The lifting jack stroke enables the aircraft to be jacked up so that the fuselage longitudinal datum line (aircraft center line) parallel to the ground, with a 100 mm (3.94 in) clearance between the main landing gear wheels and the ground. In particular, this enables the landing gear extension/retraction tests to be performed. Jacking Point Location Forward Fuselage Jacking Point Wing Jacking Point Safety Stay -1.987 m (-6.52 ft) -0.828 m (-2.72 ft) -0.748 m (-2.45 ft) Z Maximum Permitted Load 6 800 daN (15 287 lbf) 28 500 daN (64 071 lbf) 2 000 daN (4 496 lbf)

The maximum permitted aircraft weight for the jacking procedure is 57 000 kg (125 663 lb). Centerline at 4.6 mm (0.18 in) parallel to the ground. 3. Shoring Cradles When it is necessary to support the aircraft in order to relieve the loads on the structure accomplishment of modifications or major work, it is advisable to provide for adapters under the wings and the fuselage for an alternative means of lifting. NOTE : Aircraft must not be lifted or supported by the wings or fuselage alone without support of the other. A. Under the Fuselage Frames which are capable of supporting loads are noted below as well as the maximum permissible loads for each frame. Under the Fuselage Shoring Fittings (Per Side) 3 000 daN (6 744 lbf) 5 000 daN (11 240 lbf) 2 000 daN (4 496 lbf) 1 700 daN (3 822 lbf) 4 200 daN (9 442 lbf)

FR 8 FR 15 FR 21 FR 30 FR 62/63

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FR FR FR FR

8 9 28 60

Under the Fuselage Shoring Cradles 1 700 daN 3 300 daN 1 300 daN 2 600 daN

(3 (7 (2 (5

822 419 923 845

lbf) lbf) lbf) lbf)

FR 73/74 B. Under the Wings

Under the Fuselage Safety Stay Pad 2 000 daN (4 496 lbf)

Shoring cradles are used when it is necessary to stress-jack the aircraft to carry out maintenance and repair work. These are used to oppose the deflections of the wings and reduce the stresses to an acceptable level at the area of maintenance and repair. The shoring cradles, each with two adjustable pads, 152.4 mm (6.00 in) square, are positioned at three locations under each wing. These locations are detailed in Table 5. The adjustable pads are faced with thin rubber and contact the wing profile at the datum intersections of the ribs and the front and rear spars (F/S and R/S). Table 5 shows the maximum load limit allowed at each jack pad when the wings are supported by the cradles. These load limits apply to all A319 aircraft and variants. The maximum permitted load, as specified in Table 5, is for a wing with its engines removed. When the wing(s) are held with the shoring cradles, and with the engines installed, the level of shear stress caused (at the front spar) is not permitted. The weight of the engine can also cause a torsion load that will lift the rear spar from its cradle. Thus it is recommended that you remove the applicable engine(s) before you use the shoring cradles. However, for minor repairs the engine may be installed if its full weight is held. It is important that the loads at each rib position are not exceeded because damage to the aircraft may occur.

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Configuration Engine & MLG Removed Engine Removed 4.

Maximum Allowable Load at each Jack Pad Maximum Stress Relief Jacking Forces (LIMIT) Rib 4 Rib 13 F/Spar R/Spar F/Spar R/Spar 790 daN (1 776 lbf) 530 daN (1 191 lbf) 1 330 daN (2 990 lbf) 2 510 daN (5 643 lbf) 670 daN (1 506 lbf) 610 daN (1 371 lbf) 550 daN (1 236 lbf) 610 daN (1 371 lbf)

Rib 22 F/Spar 320 daN (719 lbf) 310 daN (697 lbf) R/Spar 380 daN (854 lbf) 380 daN (854 lbf)

Airplane Jacking for Removal/Installation of Landing Gear Shock Absorbers For removal/installation of the nose gear shock absorber with the gear fully extended and the wheels removed, the fuselage longitudinal datum line must be not less than 5 300 mm (208.66 in) above the ground. For removal/installation of the main landing gear shock absorber, after removing the bogie beam, the fuselage longitudinal datum line must be not less than 5 210 mm (205.12 in) above the ground. For reference, for landing gear swinging tests, the fuselage longitudinal datum line must be not less than 4 600 mm (181.10 in) above the ground.

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28.83 m (94.59 ft)

15.97 m (52.40 ft)

2.74 m (8.99 ft)

WING JACKING POINT

C L

FWD JACKING POINT WING JACKING POINT

6.5 m (21.33 ft)

SAFETY POINT

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FR8 POINT A DETAIL

Z1 979.8 Z1 987

SPHERICAL RADIUS 19 mm (0.75 in)

B
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A
WING JACK PAD

A
LOWER SURFACE

B
POINT BB DETAIL RIB9 INTERSECTION WITH REAR SPAR DATUM

Z828.35

A
Z895 SPHERICAL RADIUS 32 mm (1.26 in) REAR SPAR DATUM EXAMPLE

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Z748.44

SPHERICAL RADIUS 19 mm (0.75 in) (19 D53571 595)

126.15 mm (4.97 in) X = 31 372

A
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L AIRCRAFT ON WHEELS, SHOCK ABSORBERS DEFLATED AND FLAT TIRES AIRCRAFT ON JACKS, CENTER LINE (CL) PARALLEL TO GROUND SHOCK ABSORBERS EXTENDED MAIN WHEEL CLEARANCE (STANDARD TIRES) (49 x 17) 120 mm (4.72 in) FOR EXTENDED AND RETRACTED LANDING GEARS AIRCRAFT ON WHEELS, (STANDARD TIRES) AT MAX. PERMITTED WEIGHT FOR JACKING AIRCRAFT ON WHEELS, NLG SHOCK ABSORBER DEFLATED AND FLAT TIRES 1 560 mm (61.42 in)

2 846 mm 3 072 mm (112.05 in) (120.94 in)

2 620 mm 3 772 mm 3 859 mm (103.15 in) (148.50 in) (151.93 in) 1 931 mm (76.02 in) 1 545 mm (60.83 in) 3 082 mm 3 169 mm (121.34 in) (124.76 in) 2 761 mm 2 920 mm (108.70 in) (114.96 in)

NOTE: THE CENTER LINE (CL) IS A FICTITIOUS LINE AROUND WHICH THE AIRCRAFT IS BUILT. SAFETY STAY IS NOT USED FOR JACKING. SEE SECTION 110, FOR GROUND CLEARANCES A/C ON JACKS.
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20 40 30 50

60 70

80 90 PERMISSIBLE WIND SPEED (km/h)

55

50

45

40

35

AIRCRAFT CG (%RC) 30 25 20 15

LOAD ON WING JACKING POINTS (kg x 1 000)

70

60 B

70 65 AIRCRAFT WEIGHT (kg x 1 000)

50

60 55

40

C A D

50 45 40

30 TIP UP SECURITY MARGIN 20 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LOAD ON FORWARD FUSELAGE JACKING POINT (kg x 1000)

35 30

EXAMPLE: ASSUME AIRCRAFT WITH GROSS WEIGHT OF 47 000 kg A AND CENTER OF GRAVITY AT 18 % RC B . THE REACTION AT THE WING JACKING POINTS IS 41 500 kg (20 750 kg PER SIDE) C AND THE REACTION AT THE FORWARD FUSELAGE JACKING POINT IS 5 500 kg D . IF THE AIRCRAFT MUST BE LIFTED OUTSIDE THE WIND SPEED MUST NOT BE IN EXCESS OF 84 km/h.

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FR73 / FR74 (SAFETY STAY)

FR60

RIB4

RIB4

RIB22 RIB13 RIB13

RIB22

FR28

FR9

NOTE: THE SHORING CRADLE MUST BE INSTALLED AT THE EXACT LOCATION OF THE FRAME.
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**ON A/C A319-100 Jacking for Wheel Change 1. General Landing gear jacking will be required especially for replacing wheels and brake unit components. The maximum permitted aircraft weight for jacking is 57 000 kg (125 663 lb). 2. Main Gear Jacking The main gears are normally jacked up by placing a jack directly under the ball pad. The ball spherical radius is 19 mm (0.75 in). It is also possible to jack the main gear using a cantilever jack. 3. Nose Gear Jacking For nose gear jacking a 19 mm (0.75 in) radius ball pad is fitted under the lower end of the shock absorber sliding tube. Jacking can be accomplished either by placing a jack directly under the ball pad, or using an adapter fitting provided with an identical ball pad.

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49 x 19 R20 600 mm (23.62 in) FULLY EXTENDED

45 x 16 R20

200 mm (7.87 in) FULLY RETRACTED

218 mm (8.58 in) 180 mm (7.09 in) ON THE RIM FLAT TIRES

25 mm (1 in)

38 mm (1.5 in) DIA. BALL INFLATED TIRES

552 mm (21.73 in)

NOTE: TWIN WHEEL TRACK IS 927 mm (36.5 in). THE FLAT TIRES VIEW SHOWS THE MINIMUM HEIGHT TO ENGAGE JACK WITH 2 FLAT TIRES. THE INFLATED TIRES VIEW SHOWS THE JACKING HEIGHT TO GIVE 25 mm (1 in) CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE TIRE AND GROUND.

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643 mm (25.32 in)

MLG TIRE 49 x 19 R20

CANTILEVER ARM

552 mm (21.73 in)

25 mm (1 in)

FWD

TWIN WHEEL TRACK 927 mm (36.5 in)

DOUBLE FLAT MLG TIRES

218 mm (8.58 in) (180 mm (7.09 in) ON RIM)

409 mm (16.1 in)

FORK

25 mm (1 in) MIN

1 620 mm (63.78 in)

APPROX

25 mm (1 in) MIN
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LOAD AT MLG JACKING POINT 1 000 kg 40 CG POSITION 40% 35 30% 25% 20% 14%

30

25

20

15

10

30 70 80

40 90 100

50 110 120

60 130 140

70 150 160 170

80 180

x1 000 kg x1 000 lb

AIRCRAFT WEIGHT MODEL 100


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LOAD AT MLG JACKING POINT 1 000 kg CG POSITION

36

36.0% CG 34

26.0% CG 32 21.0% CG

30

28

14.0% CG

26

24

22

20

18 45 100 50 110 55 120 60 130 140 65 150 70 160 75 170 80 180 x1 000 kg x1 000 lb

AIRCRAFT WEIGHT
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40 mm (1.57 in)

APPROX

128 mm (5.04 in)

25 mm (1 in)

38 mm (1.5 in) DIA. BALL SAE AS 33559

326 mm (12.83 in)

FWD

500 mm (19.69 in)

264 mm MIN (10.39 in) 289 mm MAX (11.38 in) 198 mm (7.8 in) FLAT TIRES

INFLATED TIRES

A
NOTE: THE FLAT TIRES VIEW SHOWS THE MINIMUM HEIGHT TO ENGAGE JACK WITH 2 FLAT TIRES. THE INFLATED TIRES VIEW SHOWS THE JACKING HEIGHT TO GIVE 25 mm (1 in) CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE TIRE AND GROUND.
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LOAD AT NLG JACKING POINT 1 000 kg CG POSITION

15 14

14% 13 12 20% 11 10 9 30% 8 7 6 40% 5 4 3 2 1 x1 000 kg 30 70 80 40 90 100 50 110 120 60 130 140 150 70 160 170 80 x1 000 lb 180 AIRCRAFT WEIGHT MODEL 100
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LOAD AT NLG JACKING POINT 1 000 kg CG POSITION

12

14.0% CG 11 21.0% CG 10

26.0% CG

36.0% CG

3 45 100 50 110 55 120 60 130 140 65 150 70 160 75 170 80 180 x1 000 kg x1 000 lb

AIRCRAFT WEIGHT

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AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE 3-1-0 General Information

**ON A/C A319-100 General Information 1. This section gives standard day temperatures. Section 3-2 indicates payload range information at specific altitudes recommended for long range cruise with a given fuel reserve condition. Section 3-3 represents FAR take-off runway length requirements at ISA and ISA +15C (+59F) for CFM56-5A, CFM56-5B and IAE V2500 series engine conditions for FAA certification. Section 3-4 represents FAR landing runway length requirements for FAA certification. Section 3-5 indicates final approach speeds. Standard day temperatures for the altitudes shown are tabulated below: Standard day temperatures for the altitude Standard Day Temperature Altitude METERS F C 0 59.0 15.0 610 51.9 11.1 44.7 1219 7.1 1829 37.6 3.1 2438 30.5 -0.8

FEET 0 2000 4000 6000 8000

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3-2-0

Payload / Range

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3-2-1

ISA Conditions

**ON A/C A319-100 ISA Conditions 1. This section gives the payload / range at ISA conditions.

3-2-1

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NOTE: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY THE APPROVED VALUE ARE STATED IN THE "OPERATING MANUALS" SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT. MAX TAKEOFF WEIGHT 145 504 lb (66 000 kg) PAYLOAD (1000 lb) 50 20 40 70t 30 124 PASSENGERS 10 20 CRUISE CONDITIONS ISA + 10 M = 0.76 35 000/39 000 ft 64t 75.5t (1000 kg)

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Payload / Range CFM56-5A series engine FIGURE-3-2-1-991-003-A01


10 INTERNATIONAL RESERVES : EN ROUTE 10% FLIGHT TIME OVERSHOOT 200 NM (370 KM) DIVERSION 30 MINUTES HOLD AT 1500 ft APPROACH AND LANDING 0 0 0 1000 2000 3000

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3-2-1
0 1000 2000 3000

4000

RANGE (NM) RANGE (KM) 4000 5000 6000 7000

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NOTE: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY THE APPROVED VALUE ARE STATED IN THE "OPERATING MANUALS" SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT. MAX TAKEOFF WEIGHT 145 504 lb (66 000 kg) PAYLOAD (1000 lb) 50 20 40 70t 30 124 PASSENGERS 10 20 CRUISE CONDITIONS ISA + 10 M = 0.76 35 000/39 000 ft 64t 75.5t (1000 kg)

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Payload / Range CFM56-5B series engine FIGURE-3-2-1-991-004-A01


10 INTERNATIONAL RESERVES : EN ROUTE 10% FLIGHT TIME OVERSHOOT 200 NM (370 KM) DIVERSION 30 MINUTES HOLD AT 1500 ft APPROACH AND LANDING 0 0 0 1000 2000 3000

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3-2-1
0 1000 2000 3000

4000

RANGE (NM) RANGE (KM) 4000 5000 6000 7000

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NOTE: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY THE APPROVED VALUE ARE STATED IN THE "OPERATING MANUALS" SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT. MAX TAKEOFF WEIGHT 145 504 lb (66 000 kg) PAYLOAD (1000 lb) 50 20 40 75.5t 70t 30 124 PASSENGERS 10 20 CRUISE CONDITIONS ISA + 10 M = 0.76 35 000/39 000 ft 64t (1000 kg)

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Payload / Range IAE V2500-A5 series engine FIGURE-3-2-1-991-005-A01


10 INTERNATIONAL RESERVES : EN ROUTE 10% FLIGHT TIME OVERSHOOT 200 NM (370 KM) DIVERSION 30 MINUTES HOLD AT 1500 ft APPROACH AND LANDING 0 0 0 1000 2000 3000

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3-2-1
0 1000 2000 3000

4000

RANGE (NM) RANGE (KM) 4000 5000 6000 7000

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3-3-0

FAR / JAR Takeoff Weight Limitation

**ON A/C A319-100 FAR / JAR Take-off Weight Limitation 1. FAR / JAR Take-off Weight Limitation

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ISA Conditions

**ON A/C A319-100 ISA Conditions 1. This section gives the take-off weight limitation at ISA conditions.

3-3-1

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NOTE: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE "OPERATING MANUALS" SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

1000 kg

1000 lb

110 230 100 TAKEOFF WEIGHT 220 210 200 190 180 170 160 70 150 140 60 130 120 50 110 1000 ft 4 40 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 RUNWAY LENGTH 1000 m 0 2 4 6 8 AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 ft)
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90

80

FAR / JAR Take-off Weight Limitation ISA Conditions -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE-3-3-1-991-003-A01

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NOTE: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE "OPERATING MANUALS" SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

1000 kg

1000 lb

110 230 100 TAKEOFF WEIGHT 220 210 200 190 180 170 160 70 150 140 60 130 120 50 110 1000 ft 4 40 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 RUNWAY LENGTH 1000 m 0 2 4 6 8 AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 ft)
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90

80

FAR / JAR Take-off Weight Limitation ISA Conditions -- IAE V2500 series engine FIGURE-3-3-1-991-004-A01

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3-3-2

ISA +15C (+59F) Conditions

**ON A/C A319-100 ISA +15C (+59F) Conditions 1. This section gives the take-off weight limitation at ISA +15C (+59F) conditions.

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NOTE: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE "OPERATING MANUALS" SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

1000 kg

1000 lb

110 AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 ft) 230 100 TAKEOFF WEIGHT 220 210 200 190 180 170 160 70 150 140 60 130 120 50 110 1000 ft 4 40 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 RUNWAY LENGTH 1000 m 0 2 4 6 8

90

80

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FAR / JAR Take-off Weight Limitation ISA +15C (+59F) Conditions -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE-3-3-2-991-003-A01

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NOTE: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE "OPERATING MANUALS" SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

1000 kg

1000 lb

110 230 100 TAKEOFF WEIGHT 220 210 200 190 180 170 160 70 150 140 60 130 120 50 110 1000 ft 4 40 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 RUNWAY LENGTH 1000 m 0 2 4 6 8 AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 ft)
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90

80

FAR / JAR Take-off Weight Limitation ISA +15C (+59F) Conditions -- IAE V2500 series engine FIGURE-3-3-2-991-004-A01

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3-4-0

FAR / JAR Landing Field Length

**ON A/C A319-100 FAR / JAR Landing Field Length 1. FAR / JAR Landing Field Length

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3-4-1

ISA Conditions

**ON A/C A319-100 ISA Conditions 1. This section gives the landing field length.

3-4-1

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NOTE: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE "OPERATING MANUALS" SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

6.0 ISA CONDITIONS SLATS 27 DEG. FLAPS 35 DEG. 10 5.5 PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 ft) 8 6 4 2 SEA LEVEL F.A.R LANDING LENGTH (1000 ft) 5.0

4.5

4.0

3.5

3.0 40 60 80 100 120 140 160

GROSS WEIGHT (1000 lb)

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FAR / JAR Landing Field Length CFM56-5A series engine FIGURE-3-4-1-991-003-A01

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NOTE: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE "OPERATING MANUALS" SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

5.5 ISA CONDITIONS SLATS 27 DEG. FLAPS 35 DEG. 5.0 10

PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 ft) 8 SEA LEVEL

F.A.R LANDING LENGTH (1000 ft)

4.5

4.0

3.5

3.0 40 60 80 100 120 140 160

GROSS WEIGHT (1000 lb)

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FAR / JAR Landing Field Length IAE V2500 series engine FIGURE-3-4-1-991-004-A01

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3-5-0

Final Approach Speed

**ON A/C A319-100 Final Approach Speed 1. This section gives the final approach speed.

3-5-0

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NOTE: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE "OPERATING MANUALS" SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT. C.A.S. (Kts) 170 LANDING GEAR EXTENDED SLATS 27 DEG. FLAPS 35DEG. SEA LEVEL

160

150

140

130

120

110

100 80 100 120 140 160 180 200

GROSS WEIGHT (1000 lb)

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Final Approach Speed CFM56-5A series engine FIGURE-3-5-0-991-003-A01

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NOTE: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE "OPERATING MANUALS" SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT. C.A.S. (Kts) 170 LANDING GEAR EXTENDED SLATS 27 DEG. FLAPS 35 DEG. SEA LEVEL

160

150

140

130

120

110

100 80 100 120 140 160 180 200

GROSS WEIGHT (1000 lb)

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Final Approach Speed IAE V2500 series engine FIGURE-3-5-0-991-004-A01

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GROUND MANEUVERING 4-1-0 General Information

**ON A/C A319-100 General Information 1. This section provides airplane turning capability and maneuvering characteristics. For ease of presentation, this data has been determined from the theoretical limits imposed by the geometry of the aircraft, and where noted, provides for a normal allowance for tire slippage. As such, it reflects the turning capability of the aircraft in favorable operating circumstances. This data should only be used as guidelines for the method of determination of such parameters and for the maneuvering characteristics of this aircraft type. In the ground operating mode, varying airline practices may demand that more conservative turning procedures be adopted to avoid excessive tire wear and reduce possible maintenance problems. Airline operating techniques will vary in the level of performance, over a wide range of operating circumstances throughout the world. Variations from standard aircraft operating patterns may be necessary to satisfy physical constraints within the maneuvering area, such as adverse grades, limited area or high risk of jet blast damage. For these reasons, ground maneuvering requirements should be coordinated with the using airlines prior to layout planning.

4-1-0

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4-2-0

Turning Radii

**ON A/C A319-100 Turning Radii 1. This section gives the turning radii.

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**ON A/C A319-100

R3

R1

R5

50 60 70 7.59 m (24.9 ft)

R2

R6

11.04 m (36.22 ft) R4

NOTE: FOR STEERING DIMENSION TABLE SEE SHEET 2. TURN TYPE: 1. ASYMMETRIC THRUST DIFFERENTIAL BRAKING (PIVOTTING ON ONE MAIN GEAR). 2. SYMMETRIC THRUST NO BRAKING.

N_AC_040200_1_0030101_01_02

Turning Radii, No Slip Angle FIGURE-4-2-0-991-003-A01

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MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT R4 WING

R1 RMLG WINGTIP FENCE SHARKLET m m ft 162 140 125 34.6 31.9 95 89 27.2 25.7 24.4 41 40 12.2 11.8 14.9 41 37 11.3 10.1 9.0 2 8.1 33 30 27 14.0 13.2 12.5 12.1 11.7 39 49 46 43 41 40 38 23.2 22.2 21.4 27.1 25.6 24.3 23.1 22.0 21.1 84 80 43 76 73 70 89 84 80 76 72 69 29.8 28.0 26.5 25.2 24.0 23.0 22.3 28.0 47 26.4 25.1 23.9 22.8 22.0 113 105 98 92 87 83 79 76 73 92 87 82 78 75 72 35.2 29.3 25.6 23.0 21.2 19.8 18.9 18.1 17.5 17.1 16.8 16.6 18.8 18.1 17.5 17.1 16.7 16.5 116 96 84 75 69 65 62 59 58 56 55 54 62 59 57 56 55 54 49.4 42.6 38.0 m ft 159 137 122 111 102

R2 LMLG

R3 NLG

R5 NOSE

R6 THS

TYPE OF STEERING EFFECTIVE TURN ANGLE STEERING ANGLE (deg) (deg) m ft ft ft m m 20 19.4 24.3 21.4 16.7 13.3 10.6 35 18.2 16.1 14.3 12.7 11.4 10.2 9.2 8.4 14.2 12.6 28 30 34 12.6 37 13.2 42 46 14.0 47 49 15.0 53 53 16.3 29.0 28 22 17 13 9 5 3 22 17 12 8 5 60 59 17.9 31.1 8.5 6.7 5.2 3.8 2.6 1.6 0.8 6.6 5.1 3.7 2.5 1.4 0.5 44 20.9 69 20.1 66 33.7 55 24.3 80 23.0 76 37.1 27.2 29.1 33.9 38.8 43.6 48.4 53.2 57.9 62.5 66.9 70.3 48.6 53.5 58.3 63.1 67.7 71.9 70 29.0 95 89 41.8 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 (MAX) 50 55 60 65 70 75 (MAX) 28.2 92 35.8 117 48.6 110 33.5

ft

ft

41.2 35.1 31.1 28.3 26.2 24.6 23.3 22.3 21.4 20.7 20.1 19.7 23.2 22.2 21.3 20.6 20.0 19.6

135 115 102 93 86 81 76 73 70 68 66 65 76 73 70 68 66 64

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Turning Radii, No Slip Angle FIGURE-4-2-0-991-004-A01

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4-2-0

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NOTE: ABOVE 50, AIRLINES MAY USE TYPE 1 OR TYPE 2 TURNS DEPENDING ON THE SITUATION. TYPE 1 TURNS USE: ASYMMETRIC THRUST DURING THE WHOLE TURN; AND DIFFERENTIAL BRAKING TO INITIATE THE TURN ONLY. TYPE 2 TURNS USE: SYMMETRIC THRUST DURING THE WHOLE TURN; AND NO DIFFERENTIAL BRAKING AT ALL. IT IS POSSIBLE TO GET LOWER VALUES THAN THOSE FROM TYPE 1 BY APPLYING DIFFERENTIAL BRAKING DURING THE WHOLE TURN.

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4-3-0

Minimum Turning Radii

**ON A/C A319-100 Minimum Turning Radii 1. This section gives the minimum turning radii.

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R4

11.0 m (36 ft)

R6 OUTSIDE FACE OF TIRE

EFFECTIVE TURN STEERING ANGLE 75

Y A MINIMUM PAVEMENT WIDTH FOR 180 TURN R3 R5

NOTE: NOSE GEAR RADII TRACK R3, MEASURED FROM OUTSIDE FACE OF TIRE. MODEL 100 TURN DIMENSION SHOWN. THEORETICAL CENTER OF TURN FOR MINIMUM TURNING RADIUS. SLOW CONTINUOUS TURNING. APPROXIMATELY IDLE THRUST ON ALL ENGINES. NO DIFFERENTIAL BRAKING. DRY SURFACE. TYPE STEERING OF ANGLE TURN (DEG) 1 2 75 (MAX) 75 (MAX) EFFECTIVE STEERING ANGLE 71.9 70.3 m ft m ft R3 NLG 11.7 38 11.8 39 R4 WING WING TIP SHARKLET FENCE 21.1 22.0 69 21.4 70 72 22.3 73 R5 NOSE 16.5 54 16.6 54 R6 THS 19.6 64 19.7 65

Y 3.6 12 3.9 13

A 20.1 66 20.5 67

NOTE: IT IS POSSIBLE TO GET LOWER VALUES THAN THOSE FROM TYPE 1 BY APPLYING DIFFERENTIAL BRAKING DURING THE WHOLE TURN.
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Minimum Turning Radii FIGURE-4-3-0-991-002-A01

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4-4-0

Visibility from Cockpit in Static Position

**ON A/C A319-100 Visibility from Cockpit in Static Position 1. This section gives the visibility from cockpit in static position.

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NOT TO BE USED FOR LANDING APPROACH VISIBILITY DIMENSIONS ARE APPROXIMATE 30 20 VISUAL ANGLES IN VERTICAL PLANE THROUGH PILOT EYE POSITION.

4.56 m (14 ft 11.52 in)

2.41 m (7 ft 10.92 in) 10.14 m (33 ft 3.24 in)

5.07 m (16 ft 7.56 in)

111 133 FIRST OFFICER FIELD OF VIEW

MAX AFT VISION WITH HEAD TURNED AROUND SPINAL COLUMN. WING TIP CAN BE SEEN WHEN HEAD IS MOVED TO THE SIDE. VISUAL ANGLES IN HORIZONTAL PLANE THROUGH PILOT EYE POSITION.

CAPTAIN FIELD OF VIEW 111 133 WITH HEAD MOVED 125 mm (5 in) OUTBOARD

0.53 m (1 ft 8.88 in)

VISUAL ANGLES IN PLANE PERPENDICULAR TO LONGITUDINAL AXIS.

46 46 33 33

25 32

25 32

ZONE THAT CANNOT BE SEEN NOTE: PILOT EYE POSITION WHEN PILOTS EYES ARE IN LINE WITH THE RED AND WHITE BALLS.
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Visibility from Cockpit in Static Position FIGURE-4-4-0-991-001-A01

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CAPTAIN FIXED WINDOW

CAPTAIN SLIDING WINDOW

CAPTAIN WINDSHIELD

FIRST OFFICER WINDSHIELD

FIRST OFFICER SLIDING WINDOW

FIRST OFFICER FIXED WINDOW

130120 110100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110

35 30

20

10

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20 25

AS 580 B A320

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Binocular Visibility Through Windows from Captain Eye Position FIGURE-4-4-0-991-005-A01


PILOT EYE POSITION (CAPTAIN POSITION)

4-4-0

CAPTAIN FIELD OF VIEW SHOWN. FIRST OFFICER FIELD OF VIEW SYMMETRICAL.

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EXAMPLE: WHEN CAPTAIN TURNS HIS HEAD BY 80 LEFT, VISIBILITY WILL BE 35 UP AND 25 DOWN THROUGH THE SLIDING WINDOW FRAME.

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Runway and Taxiway Turn Paths

**ON A/C A319-100 Runway and Taxiway Turn Paths 1. Runway and Taxiway Turn Paths.

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135 Turn - Runway to Taxiway

**ON A/C A319-100 135 Turn - Runway to Taxiway 1. This section gives the 135 turn - runway to taxiway.

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FA L

A LE = AD 45 m IN (1 FIL 50 L ft) ET

APPROX 5.1 m (17 ft) FILLET R = 16.5 m (55 ft) TURN R = 30 m (100 ft) TAXIWAY CENTERLINE

RUNWAY CENTERLINE 15 m (50 ft)

NLG PATH 30 m (100 ft) MLG PATH

NOTE: FAA GROUP III FACILITIES.


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135 Turn - Runway to Taxiway Cockpit Over Centerline Method FIGURE-4-5-1-991-002-A01

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APPROX 3.2 m (10 ft)

FA L

LE A 45 D m IN F (1 IL 50 LE FILLET R = 16.5 m ft) T (55 ft) =


TURN R = 30 m (100 ft)

TAXIWAY CENTERLINE

RUNWAY CENTERLINE 15 m (50 ft)

NLG PATH 30 m (100 ft) MLG PATH

NOTE: FAA GROUP III FACILITIES.


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135 Turn - Runway to Taxiway Judgemental Oversteering Method FIGURE-4-5-1-991-003-A01

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4-5-2

90 Turn - Runway to Taxiway

**ON A/C A319-100 90 Turn - Runway to Taxiway 1. This section gives the 90 turn - runway to taxiway.

4-5-2

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FAA LEADIN FILLET L = 45 m (150 ft)

15 m (50 ft)

APPROX 6.4 m (21 ft) FILLET R = 16.5 m (55 ft) TURN R = 30 m (100 ft)

TAXIWAY CENTERLINE

RUNWAY CENTERLINE

NLG PATH MLG PATH

30 m (100 ft)

NOTE: FAA GROUP III FACILITIES.


N_AC_040502_1_0020101_01_01

90 Turn - Runway to Taxiway Cockpit Over Centerline Method FIGURE-4-5-2-991-002-A01

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FAA LEADIN FILLET L = 45 m (150 ft)

15 m (50 ft)

APPROX 9 m (29 ft) FILLET R = 16.5 m (55 ft) TURN R = 30 m (100 ft)

TAXIWAY CENTERLINE

RUNWAY CENTERLINE

NLG PATH MLG PATH

30 m (100 ft)

NOTE: FAA GROUP III FACILITIES.


N_AC_040502_1_0030101_01_01

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RUNWAY CENTERLINE

6.6 m (22 ft) 3m (10 ft)

R3 = 11.7 m (39 ft)

R5 = 16.5 m (55 ft) R4 NLG PATH WINGTIP PATH: WINGTIP FENCES: R4 = 21.1 m (70 ft) SHARKLETS: R4 = 22 m (72 ft) NOSE PATH MLG PATH
N_AC_040503_1_0010101_01_02

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180 Turn on a Runway Edge of Runway Method (Sheet 1 of 2) FIGURE-4-5-3-991-001-A01

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R5 = 16.5 m (55 ft)

R4 R3 = 11.7 m (38 ft)

4.75 m (16 ft)

5.22 m (17 ft)

25 NLG PATH WINGTIP PATH: WINGTIP FENCES: R4 = 21.1 m (70 ft) SHARKLETS: R4 = 22 m (72 ft) NOSE PATH MLG PATH
N_AC_040503_1_0010102_01_00

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180 Turn on a Runway Center of Runway Method (Sheet 2 of 2) FIGURE-4-5-3-991-001-A01

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135 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway

**ON A/C A319-100 135 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway 1. This section gives the 135 turn - taxiway to taxiway.

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FA A L = LEA 45 D m IN (1 F 50 IL ft) LET

APPROX 5.8 m (19 ft) FILLET R = 16.5 m (55 ft) TURN R = 30 m (100 ft)

TAXIWAY CENTERLINE TAXIWAY CENTERLINE 15 m (50 ft) 15 m (50 ft) NLG PATH MLG PATH

NOTE: FAA GROUP III FACILITIES


N_AC_040504_1_0050101_01_00

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APPROX 3.3 m (11ft)

FA A L = LEA 45 D m IN (1 F 50 IL ft) LET FILLET R = 16.5 m (55 ft)


TURN R = 30 m (100 ft)

TAXIWAY CENTERLINE TAXIWAY CENTERLINE 15 m (50 ft) 15 m (50 ft) NLG PATH MLG PATH

NOTE: FAA GROUP III FACILITIES


N_AC_040504_1_0050102_01_00

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90 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway

**ON A/C A319-100 90 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway 1. This section gives the 90 turn - taxiway to taxiway.

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FAA LEADIN FILLET L = 45 m (150 ft)

15 m (50 ft)

APPROX 6.1 m (20 ft) FILLET R = 16.5 m (55 ft) TURN R = 30 m (100 ft)

TAXIWAY CENTERLINE

NLG PATH TAXIWAY CENTERLINE MLG PATH

15 m (50 ft) NOTE: FAA GROUP III FACILITIES.

N_AC_040505_1_0030101_01_00

90 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway Cockpit Over Centerline Method (Sheet 1 of 2) FIGURE-4-5-5-991-003-A01

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FAA LEADIN FILLET L = 45 m (150 ft)

15 m (50 ft)

APPROX 9 m (29 ft) FILLET R = 16.5 m (55 ft) TURN R = 30 m (100 ft)

TAXIWAY CENTERLINE

NLG PATH TAXIWAY CENTERLINE MLG PATH

15 m (50 ft) NOTE: FAA GROUP III FACILITIES.

N_AC_040505_1_0030102_01_00

90 Turn - Taxiway to Taxiway Judgemental Oversteering Method (Sheet 2 of 2) FIGURE-4-5-5-991-003-A01

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Runway Holding Bay (Apron)

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6.1 m (20 ft)

61 m (200 ft)

90 m (300 ft)

12.2 m (40 ft)

HOLDING POINT 6.1 m (20 ft)

190 m (625 ft) TAXIWAY CENTERLINE 23 m (75 ft)

RUNWAY CENTERLINE 45 m (150 ft)

NOTE: LAYOUT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF NAS 3601, CHAPTER 4, AND AN/865, CHAPTER 3. OUTER PARKED AIRCRAFT TURNED THRU MIN. TURN RADIUS TO PARKED POSITION.
N_AC_040600_1_0020101_01_02

Runway Holding Bay (Apron) FIGURE-4-6-0-991-002-A01

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Parking

**ON A/C A319-100 Airplane Parking 1. The following figures and charts show the rectangular space required for parking against the terminal building. AIRPLANE MODEL 90 TURN A319 69 MAX. EFF. STEERING ANGLE DEGREES 12.07 (39.6) MIN. LINE UP DISTANCE TODA ASDA m (ft) m (ft) 23.11 (75.8)

AIRPLANE MODEL 180 TURN A319

MIN. LINE UP DISTANCE TODA m (ft) 15.34 (50.3) ASDA m (ft) 26.38 (86.5)

REQUIRED MIN. PAVEMENT WIDTH m (ft) 27.4 (89.9)

NOMINAL LINE UP DISTANCE TODA m (ft) 21.58 (70.8) ASDA m (ft) 32.62 (107.0)

Abbreviations: - TODA (Take-Off Distance Adjustment) - ASDA (Accelerate-Stop Distance Adjustment)

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29.35 m (96 ft 3.6 in)

18.31 m (60.0 ft)

EDGE OF RUNWAY

RUNWAY WIDTH 60.00 m (196 ft 10.8 in)

END OF RUNWAY 3.05 m (10.0 ft)

(REF)

3.05 m (REF) (10.0 ft)

NOTE: 69 STEERING AND NO SLIP ON NLG TIRES.

N_AC_040700_1_0090101_01_01

Runway Length Alterations Line Up Distances -- 90 Turn FIGURE-4-7-0-991-009-A01

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27.41 m (90.0 ft) 16.60 m (54 ft 6 in) 3.05 m (10.0 ft) (REF) 3.05 m (10.0 ft) (REF)

3.05 m (10.0 ft) (REF)

END OF RUNWAY

21.58 m (70 ft 9.6 in) 32.62 m (107.0 ft)

EDGE OF RUNWAY

NOTES: 69 STEERING AND NO SLIP ON NLG TIRES.

N_AC_040700_1_0100101_01_01

Runway Length Alterations Line Up Distances -- 180 Turn FIGURE-4-7-0-991-010-A01

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TERMINAL SERVICING 5-0-0 TERMINAL SERVICING

**ON A/C A319-100 Terminal Servicing 1. General This chapter provides typical ramp layouts, corresponding minimum turnaround time estimations, locations of ground service points and service requirements. The information given in this chapter reflects ideal conditions. Actual ramp layouts and service requirements may vary according to local regulations, airline procedures and the airplane condition. - Section 5.1 shows typical ramp layouts for passenger aircraft at the gate or on an open apron. - Section 5.2 shows the minimum turnaround schedules for full servicing arrangements. - Section 5.3 shows the minimum turnaround schedule for reduced servicing arrangements. - Section 5.4 gives the locations of ground service connections, the standard of connections used and typical capacities and requirements. - Section 5.5 provides the engine starting pneumatic requirements for different engine types and different ambient temperatures. - Section 5.6 provides the air conditioning requirements for heating and cooling (pull-down and pull-up) using ground conditioned air for different ambient temperatures. - Section 5.7 provides the air conditioning requirements for heating and cooling to maintain a constant cabin air temperature using low pressure conditioned air. - Section 5.8 shows the ground towing requirements taking into account different ground surface and aircraft conditions.

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Servicing Arrangements

**ON A/C A319-100 Airplane Servicing Arrangements 1. General This chapter provides typical ramp layouts, showing the various GSE items in position during typical turnaround scenarios for the passenger aircraft. These ramp layouts show typical arrangements only. Each operator will have its own specific requirements/regulations for the positioning and operation on the ramp. The associated turnaround chart for full servicing is given in section 5.2. The associated turnaround chart for minimum servicing arrangement is given in section 5.3.

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Symbols Used on Servicing Diagrams

**ON A/C A319-100 Symbols Used on Servicing Diagrams 1. This table gives the symbols used on servicing diagrams. Ground Support Equipment AIR CONDITIONING UNIT AIR STARTING UNIT BULK TRAIN CATERING TRUCK CONVEYOR BELT CLEANING TRUCK FUEL HYDRANT DISPENSER or TANKER GROUND POWER UNIT LOWER DECK CARGO LOADER LAVATORY VEHICLE PASSENGER BOARDING BRIDGE PASSENGER STAIRS TOW TRACTOR ULD TRAIN POTABLE WATER VEHICLE

AC AS BULK CAT CB CLEAN FUEL GPU LD CL LV PBB PS TOW ULD WV

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Typical Ramp Layout - Open Apron

**ON A/C A319-100 Typical Ramp Layout -- Open Apron 1. This section gives the typical servicing arrangement for pax version (Open Apron). The Stand Safety Line delimits the Aircraft Safety Area (minimum distance of 7.5 m from the aircraft). No vehicle must be parked in this area before complete stop of the aircraft (wheel chocks in position on landing gears).

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FEET 5 10 15 20 2 4 6 METERS 8

0 0

TOW

AS

G
PS

PU

BULK

CAT
CB

AC
FUEL BULK

CB
WV

PS

CAT

LV STAND SAFETY LINE NOTE: TYPICAL RAMP LAYOUT APPLICABLE TO AIRCRAFT WITH OR WITHOUT SHARKLETS.

N_AC_050102_1_0020101_01_03

Typical Ramp Layout Open Apron - Bulk Loading FIGURE-5-1-2-991-002-A01

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FEET 5 10 15 20 2 4 6 METERS 8

0 0

TOW

AS

G
PS

PU

ULD

CAT
AC

LD CL FUEL ULD

WV

LD CL

PS

CAT

LV STAND SAFETY LINE NOTE: TYPICAL RAMP LAYOUT APPLICABLE TO AIRCRAFT WITH OR WITHOUT SHARKLETS.

N_AC_050102_1_0080101_01_00

Typical Ramp Layout Open Apron - ULD Loading FIGURE-5-1-2-991-008-A01

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Typical Ramp Layout - Gate

**ON A/C A319-100 Typical Ramp Layout - Gate 1. This section gives the typical servicing arrangement for pax version (Passenger Bridge). The Stand Safety Line delimits the Aircraft Safety Area (minimum distance of 7.5 m from the aircraft). No vehicle must be parked in this area before complete stop of the aircraft (wheel chocks in position on landing gears).

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FEET 5 10 15 20 2 4 6 METERS 8

0 0

TOW

AS

G
PBB

PU

ULD

CAT

AC

LD CL FUEL ULD

WV

LD CL

CAT

LV STAND SAFETY LINE NOTE: TYPICAL RAMP LAYOUT APPLICABLE TO AIRCRAFT WITH OR WITHOUT SHARKLETS.

N_AC_050103_1_0010101_01_03

Typical Ramp Layout Gate FIGURE-5-1-3-991-001-A01

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Terminal Operations - Full Servicing

**ON A/C A319-100 Terminal Operations - Full Servicing Turn Round Time 1. This section provides typical turn round time chart showing the typical times for ramp activities during aircraft turn round. Actual times may vary due to each operators specific practice and operating conditions. For each turn round time chart, the associated typical ramp layout is given in Section 5-1. 2. Assumptions for full turn round chart A. PASSENGER HANDLING 124 pax, all Y/C All passengers deboard and board the aircraft 1 Passenger Boarding Bridge (PBB) used at door L1 Equipment positioning/removal + opening/closing door = 2 min Deboarding: - 124 pax at door L1 - Deboarding rate = 22 pax/min per door - No Passenger with Reduced Mobility (PRM) Boarding: - 124 pax at door L1 - Boarding rate = 18 pax/min per door - Last Pax Seating allowance (LPS) + headcounting = +2 min - No Passenger with Reduced Mobility B. CARGO 2 cargo loaders Equipment positioning/removal + opening/closing door = +1 min Cargo exchange: - FWD cargo compartment: 2 LD3 - AFT cargo compartment: 2 LD3 LD3 off-loading/loading times: - Off-loading = 1.2 min/LD3 - Loading = 1.4 min/LD3 C. REFUELLING 2 hoses, one side

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6624 l (1750 US gal) at 50 psi (3 bar) Dispenser positioning/removal = 4 min D. E. CLEANING Performed in available time CATERING 1 catering truck for servicing galleys sequentially at doors R1 & R2 Equipment positioning/removal + door opening/closing = 2 min Time to drive from one door to the other = 1 min Full Size Trolley Equivalent (FSTE) to unload and load: - 4 FSTE at door R1 - 4 FSTE at door R2 Time for trolley exchange = 1.5 min per FSTE GROUND HANDLING SERVICING Start of operations: - Bridges: t0 = 0 - Other equipment: t = t0 + 1 min Potable water servicing: 100% uplift, 200 l (53 US gal), max filling pressure = 3.45 bar (50 psi) Toilet servicing: draining + rinsing = 5 min, max rinse & precharge pressure = 3.45 bar (50 psi)

F.

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TRT: 36 min
0 DEBOARDING/ BOARDING AT DOOR L1 HEADCOUNTING CATERING AT DOOR R1 CATERING AT DOOR R2 CLEANING CARGO FWD CC CARGO AFT CC REFUELLING POTABLE WATER SERVICING TOILET SERVICING
AVAILABLE TIME

10

15

20

25

30

35

40 min

POSITIONING/REMOVAL ACTIVITY CRITICAL PATH

N_AC_050200_1_0050101_01_01

Turn Round Stations Full Servicing (36 Min.) FIGURE-5-2-0-991-005-A01

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Terminal Operation - Transit

**ON A/C A319-100 Terminal Operation - Minimum Servicing Turn Round Time 1. This section provides typical turn round time chart showing the typical times for ramp activities during aircraft turn round. Actual times may vary due to each operators specific practice and operating conditions. For each turn round time chart, the associated typical ramp layout is given in Section 5-1. 2. Assumptions for minimum turn round chart A. PASSENGER HANDLING 156 pax, all Y/C 2 Stairways used at doors L1 & L2 Equipment positioning/removal + opening/closing door = 2 min Deboarding: - 78 pax at door L1 - 78 pax at door L2 - Deboarding rate = 20 pax/min per door - No Passenger with Reduced Mobility (PRM) Boarding: - 78 pax at door L1 - 78 pax at door L2 - Boarding rate = 15 pax/min per door - Last Pax Seating allowance (LPS) + headcounting = +2 min - No Passenger with Reduced Mobility B. CARGO 2 cargo loaders Equipment positioning/removal + opening/closing door = +1 min Cargo exchange: - FWD cargo compartment: 2 LD3 - AFT cargo compartment: 2 LD3 LD3 off-loading/loading times: - Off-loading = 1.2 min/LD3 - Loading = 1.4 min/LD3

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C.

REFUELLING 2 hoses, one side 6624 l (1750 US gal) at 50 psi (3 bar) Dispenser positioning/removal = 4 min CLEANING No cleaning CATERING No catering GROUND HANDLING SERVICING Start of operations: - Bridges: t0 = 0 - Other equipment: t = t0 + 1 min No potable water servicing No toilet servicing

D. E. F.

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TRT: 21 min
0 DEBOARDING/BOARDING AT DOOR L1 DEBOARDING/BOARDING AT DOOR L2 HEADCOUNTING CATERING CLEANING CARGO FWD CC CARGO AFT CC REFUELLING POTABLE WATER SERVICING TOILET SERVICING
AVAILABLE TIME

10

15

20

25

30 min

AVAILABLE TIME

POSITIONING/REMOVAL ACTIVITY CRITICAL PATH

N_AC_050300_1_0020101_01_01

Turn Round Stations Minimum Servicing (21 Min.) FIGURE-5-3-0-991-002-A01

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Ground Service Connections

**ON A/C A319-100 Ground Service Connections 1. Ground Service Connections.

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Ground Service Connections Layout

**ON A/C A319-100 Ground Service Connections Layout 1. This section gives the ground service connections layout.

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6 7

11

12

24

14

13

10 7 6 58 12 4

9 7 6 10 2

14

13

1 2 3 4 5

EXTERNAL POWER RECEPTACLE TOILET SERVICE DOOR GROUNDING POINT NLG POTABLE WATER SERVICE DOOR GROUND SERVICE CONDITIONED AIR CONNECTOR (LP) 6 IDG OIL FILLING 7 ENGINE OIL FILLING CONNECTOR

8 GROUND AIR START CONNECTOR (HP) 9 REFUEL/DEFUEL PANEL 10 REFUEL/DEFUEL CONNECTORS 11 GROUNDING POINT MLG 12 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM GROUND SERVICES PANELS 13 GRAVITY REFUEL 14 APU OIL FILLING
N_AC_050401_1_0020101_01_01

Ground Service Connections Ground Service Connections Layout FIGURE-5-4-1-991-002-A01

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Grounding Points

**ON A/C A319-100 Grounding Points 1. Grounding Points. DISTANCE: Meters (ft) FROM AIRPLANE CENTERLINE AFT OF NOSE On Nose Landing Gear leg: On left Main Landing Gear leg: On right Main Landing Gear leg: 5.07 m (16.63 ft) 16.11 m (52.85 ft) 16.11 m (52.85 ft) R SIDE on centerline 3.79 m (12.43 ft) 3.79 m (12.43 ft) L SIDE

MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND 0.94 m (3.08 ft) 1.07 m (3.51 ft) 1.07 m (3.51 ft)

A. B.

The grounding stud on each landing gear leg is designed for use with a clip-on connector (such as Appleton TGR). The grounding studs are used to connect the aircraft to an approved ground connection on the ramp or in the hangar for: - refuel/defuel operations, - maintenance operations, - bad weather conditions. NOTE : In all other conditions, the electrostatic discharge through the tyre is sufficient.

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LANDING GEAR

(1)

(2) GROUND CABLE (OPTIONAL)

(1) (1)

MAIN LANDING GEAR NOSE LANDING GEAR

N_AC_050402_1_0030101_01_00

Ground Service Connections Grounding Points FIGURE-5-4-2-991-003-A01

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A
RIB20 RIB19

FOR SPECIFICATIONS REFER TO FLIGHT MANUAL

NOTE: R SIDE SYMMETRICAL

F W D
N_AC_050402_1_0040101_01_00

Ground Service Connections Grounding Points FIGURE-5-4-2-991-004-A01

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Hydraulic System

**ON A/C A319-100 Hydraulic System 1. Access. ACCESS Green System: Access door 197CB Yellow System: Access door 198CB Blue System: Access door 197EB NOTE : 2. AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 17.57 (57.64) 17.57 (57.64) 18.92 (60.07) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 1.27 (4.17) 1.27 (4.17) 1.27 (4.17) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 1.76 (5.77) 1.76 (5.77) 1.76 (5.77)

Distances are approximate.

Reservoir Pressurization. On the air pressurization manifold: AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 14.05 (46.1) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 0.25 (0.82) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 1.74 (5.71)

ACCESS

Access door 195BB

NOTE : Distances are approximate. - One 1/4 in. AEROQUIP AE 96994E self-sealing connection common to the 3 reservoirs. 3. Accumulator Charging. Four (MS28889-1) connections (one for each accumulator) for: AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 14.5 (47.57) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 0.25 (0.82) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 1.99 (6.53)

ACCESS Yellow System accumulator: Access door 196BB

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ACCESS Green System accumulator: Left MLG door Blue System accumulator: Access door 195BB Yellow System braking accumulator: Access door 196BB NOTE : 4.

AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 15.67 (51.41) 14.31 (46.95) 14.5 (47.57)

POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 0.25 (0.82) 0.25 (0.82) 0.76 (2.49)

MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 3.2 (10.5) 1.99 (6.53) 1.74 (5.71)

Distances are approximate.

Reservoir Filling. On the Green system ground service panel: AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 17.57 (57.64) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 1.27 (4.17) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 1.76 (5.77)

ACCESS

Access door 197CB

NOTE : Distances are approximate. One 1/4 in. AEROQUIP AE96993E self-sealing connection for pressurized supply. One handpump filling connection for unpressurized (suction) supply. 5. Reservoir Drain. On 3/8 in. self-sealing connection on reservoir for: AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 14.5 (47.57) 15.67 (51.41) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 1.43 (4.69) 1.27 (4.17) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 1.90 (6.23) 2.61 (8.56)

ACCESS Yellow System: Access door 196BB 198CB Green System: Left MLG door

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ACCESS Blue System: Access door 197EB

AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 18.92 (62.07)

POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 1.27 (4.17)

MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 1.76 (5.77)

NOTE : Distances are approximate. On 3/8 in. self-sealing connection for the Blue system on: - Blue system ground service panel. 6. Ground Test. On each ground service panel: - One self-sealing connector AE80532N (suction). - One self-sealing connector AE80531K (delivery).

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197CB
RESERVOIR FILL SYSTEM HAND PUMP FILL CONNECTION 1698GM

GROUND TEST PRESSURE CONNECTION 1008GM AE80531K

GROUND SUPPLY RESERVOIR FILL CONNECTION 1007GM AE96993GM

GROUND TEST SUCTION CONNECTION 1006GM AE80532N

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Z197

GROUND CONNECTION SUCTION 2006GM AE80532N

GROUND CONNECTION DELIVERY 2008GM AE80531K

A
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198CB

GROUND TEST PRESSURE CONNECTION 3008GM AE80531K

GROUND TEST SUCTION CONNECTION 3006GM AE80532N

A
N_AC_050403_1_0060101_01_00

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Electrical System

**ON A/C A319-100 Electrical System 1. Electrical System. This chapter gives data related to the location of the ground service connections. AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 2.55 (8.37) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) on centerline MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 2.00 (6.56)

ACCESS A/C External Power: Access door 121AL NOTE : 2.

Distances are approximate.

Technical Specifications This chapter gives data related to the location of the ground service connections. A. B. C. External Power Receptacle: - One Style3 ISO 461 receptacle - 90 KVA. Power Supply: - Three-phase, 400 Hz, 115/200V Electrical Connectors for Servicing: - AC outlets: HUBBELL 5258 - DC outlets: HUBBELL 7472 Electrical Loads in Ground Configuration In ground configuration, in addition to the power necessary for maintenance, all the circuits, except those which are connected to the engines, are supplied as in flight. In these conditions, the maximum power on ground is approximately 75 KVA; this value does not take into account the supply of the galleys, which according to the aircraft interior layout, may reach 30 KVA. Electrical Power necessary for Maintenance at Line Stop and Workshops - Hydraulic electric-pumps: 34 KVA - Air Conditioning/Ventilation: 20.8 KVA - Fuel pumps: 12 KVA - Lighting commercial: 6.7 KVA - Lighting technical: 3 KVA - Ice and rain protection: 3 KVA - Cargo loading: 3 KVA - AFS, Flight controls, ADS, Recorders: 3.3 KVA - Communications: 1.3 KVA

D.

E.

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108VU

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Oxygen System

**ON A/C A319-100 Oxygen System 1. Oxygen System. DISTANCE: Meters (ft) FROM AIRPLANE CENTERLINE AFT OF NOSE One service connection (external charging in the avionics compartment) MS22066 Std. 3/8 UNF 24 TPI Nominal pressure: 1850 psi (127.55 bar) Max fill pressure: 2035 psi (140.31 bar) NOTE : Internal charging connection provided. R SIDE L SIDE

MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND 2.60 m (8.53 ft)

3.45 m (11.32 ft)

1.15 m (3.77 ft)

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Fuel System

**ON A/C A319-100 Fuel System 1. Refuel/Defuel Control Panel. POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 1.8 (5.91) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 1.8 (5.91)

ACCESS Refuel/Defuel Integrated Panel: Access door 192MB 2.

AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 14.8 (48.56)

Refuel/Defuel Connectors. AFT OF NOSE m (ft) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 9.83 (32.25) 9.83 (32.25) 12.4 (40.68) 12.4 (40.68) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 3.65 (11.98) 3.65 (11.98) 3.7 (12.14)

ACCESS Refuel/Defuel coupling, Left Access Door 522HB (Optional) Refuel/Defuel coupling, Right Access Door 622HB Gravity Refuel Coupling

15.99 (52.46) 15.99 (52.46) 17.5 (57.41)

A.

Refuel/Defuel couplings: - Right wing: one standard ISO 45, 2.5 in. - Left wing: one optional standard ISO 45, 2.5 in. Refuel pressure: - Maximum pressure: 3.45 bar (50 psi). Refuel Flow: - 1400 l/minute (369.84 US gal/minute).

B. C.

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Overpressure Protector and NACA Flame Arrestor. AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 18.76 (61.55) 18.2 (59.71) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 14.9 14.9 (48.88) (48.88) 13.7 13.7 (44.95) (44.95) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 4.32 (14.17) 4.02 (13.19)

ACCESS Overpressure Protector NACA Flame Arrestor

NOTE : Distances are approximate.

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A

REFUEL/DEFUEL CONTROL PANEL

FUEL QTY
kg x 1000

LEFT

CTR

RIGHT

HI
LEFT

LVL
CTR RIGHT

REFUEL
OPEN NORM SHUT

VALVES
OPEN NORM SHUT OPEN NORM SHUT

MODE SELECT
REFUEL OFF

TEST
HI LVL

BATT POWER
ON

DEFUEL / XFR OPEN PRESELECTED LTS NORM ACTUAL

REFUEL
kg x 1000

DEC

INC

CKPT

END

A
NOTE: STANDARD CONFIGURATION OF REFUEL/DEFUEL PANEL.
N_AC_050406_1_0010101_01_00

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RIB14 RIB15

LEADING EDGE

WING FRONT SPAR

40QM

41QM

N_AC_050406_1_0020101_01_00

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RIB19

RIB20

ADAPTER (REF ONLY)

GROUND CONNECTION (REF ONLY)

44QM (45QM)

F W D

A
N_AC_050406_1_0030101_01_00

Ground Service Connections Gravity Refuel Couplings FIGURE-5-4-6-991-003-A01

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RIB25 RIB24

RIB23 RIB22

C
550CB (650CB)

B
550AB (650AB)

FWD

LH SHOWN RH SYMMETRICAL

NACA FLAME ARRESTOR

NACA VENT INTAKE

OVERPRESSURE PROTECTOR

N_AC_050406_1_0040101_01_00

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Pneumatic System

**ON A/C A319-100 Pneumatic System 1. High Pressure Air Connectors. This chapter gives data related to the location of the ground service connections. AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 11.38 (37.34) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 0.84 (2.76) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 1.76 (5.77)

ACCESS HP Connector Access door 191DB

NOTE : Distances are approximate. A. Connector - One standard 3 in. ISO TC20 connection (MS33740) for engine starting and cabin air preconditioning (HP) installed on the left side of the belly fairing

2.

Low Pressure Air Connectors. This chapter gives data related to the location of the ground service connections. AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 10.85 (35.6) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 1.11 (3.64) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 1.73 (5.68)

ACCESS LP Connector Access door 191CB

NOTE : Distances are approximate. A. Connector: - One standard 8 in. connection (SAE AS4262 type B) for cabin air preconditioning (LP) installed on the left side of the belly fairing

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Potable Water System

**ON A/C A319-100 Potable Water System 1. Potable Water Ground Service Panel. ACCESS AFT OF NOSE m (ft) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 0.3 (0.98) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 2.6 (8.53)

Potable Water 27.5 Ground Service (90.22) Panel: Access door 171AL: NOTE : Distances are approximate 2. Potable Water Ground Drain Panel. ACCESS AFT OF NOSE m (ft)

POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE RH SIDE LH SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 0.15 (0.49)

MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 1.75 (5.74)

Potable Water 11.8 Ground Service (38.71) Panel: Access door 133AL: NOTE : Distances are approximate 3. Technical Specifications A. Connectors:

(1) On the potable ground service panel (Access Door 171AL) - Fill/Drain Nipple 3/4 in (ISO 17775). - One ground pressurization connector. (2) On drain panel (Access Door 133AL) - Drain Nipple 3/4 in (ISO 17775) B. C. Usable capacity: - Standard configuration - one tank:200 l (52.83 US gal) Filling pressure: - 3.45 bar (50 psi).

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Typical flow rate: - 50 l/min (13.21 US gal/min).

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Z171

A
DRAIN CONNECTION

Z133

FILL AND DRAIN PORT

GROUND CONNECTION PRESSURIZATION

N_AC_050408_1_0010101_01_00

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Oil System

**ON A/C A319-100 Oil System 1. Engine Oil Replenishment for CFM56 Series Engine (See FIGURE 5---9-99--001-A): One gravity filling cap and one pressure filling connection per engine. AFT OF NOSE m (ft) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE ENGINE 1 (LH) ENGINE 2 (RH) m (ft) m (ft) 6.63 (21.75) 6.49 (21.29) 4.82 (15.81) 4.74 (15.55) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft)

ACCESS Engine Oil Gravity Filling Cap: Access door: 437BL (LH), 447BL (RH) Engine Oil Pressure Filling Port:

11.56 (37.79) 11.4 (37.4)

1.46 (4.79) 1.42 (4.66)

NOTE : Distances are approximate A. Tank capacity: - Full level: 19.6 l (5.18 US gal) - Usable: 9.46 l (2.50 US gal) Maximum delivery pressure required: 25 psi (1.72 bar) Maximum delivery flow required: 180 l/h (47.55 US gal/h)

B. 2.

IDG Oil Replenishment for CFM56 Series Engine (See FIGURE 5---9-99--002-A): One pressure filling connection per engine: OMP 2506-18 plus one connection overflow: OMP 2505-18. POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT MEAN HEIGHT CENTERLINE AFT OF NOSE FROM GROUND ACCESS m (ft) ENGINE 1 (LH) ENGINE 2 (RH) m (ft) m (ft) m (ft) IDG Oil Pressure Filling Connection: 10.6 6.9 5.52 0.68 Access door 438DR (34.77) (22.64) (18.11) (2.23) (LH), 448DR (RH) NOTE : Distances are approximate

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A. B. 3.

Tank capacity: 5 l (1.32 US gal) Delivery pressure required: 5 to 40 psi (0.34 to 2.76 bar) at the IDG inlet.

Starter Oil Replenishment for CFM56 Series Engine (See FIGURE 5---9-99--003-A): One gravity filling cap per engine. AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 11.04 (37.4) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE ENGINE 1 (LH) ENGINE 2 (RH) m (ft) m (ft) 5.3 6.2 (17.39) (20.34) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 0.76 (2.49)

ACCESS Starter Oil Filling Connection:

NOTE : Distances are approximate A. 4. Tank capacity: 0.8 l (0.21 US gal) Engine Oil Replenishment for IAE V2500 Series Engine (See FIGURE 5---9-99--004-B): One gravity filling cap per engine. AFT OF NOSE m (ft) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE ENGINE 1 (LH) ENGINE 2 (RH) m (ft) m (ft) 6.56 (21.52) 4.92 (16.14) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft)

ACCESS

Engine Oil Gravity Filling Cap: 10.64 Access door 437BL (34.9) (LH), 447BL (RH) NOTE : Distances are approximate A.

1.22 (4)

Tank capacity: - Full level: 28 l (7.4 US gal) - Usable: 23.50 l (6.21 US gal)

1.

IDG Oil Replenishment for IAE V2500 Series Engine: One pressure filling connection per engine: OMP 2506-2 plus one overflow connection: OMP 2505-2.

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ACCESS IDG Oil Pressure Filling Connection:

AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 11.2 (36.74)

POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE ENGINE 1 (LH) ENGINE 2 (RH) m (ft) m (ft) 5.42 6.04 (17.78) (19.81)

MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 0.8 (2.62)

NOTE : Distances are approximate A. 5. Tank capacity: 4.1 l (1.08 US gal) Starter Oil Replenishment for IAE V2500 Series Engine (See FIGURE 5---9-99--006-B): One gravity filling cap per engine. AFT OF NOSE m (ft) 11.04 (37.4) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE ENGINE 1 (LH) ENGINE 2 (RH) m (ft) m (ft) 5.3 6.14 (17.39) (20.14) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 0.75 (2.46)

ACCESS Starter Oil Filling Connection:

NOTE : Distances are approximate A. 6. Tank capacity: 0.35 l (0.09 US gal) APU Oil System (See FIGURE 5---9-99--007-A): APU oil gravity filling cap. AFT OF NOSE m (ft) GTCP 36-300 APS 3200 131-9 31.76 (104.19) 31.76 (104.19) 31.66 (103.87) FROM AIRPLANE CENTERLINE (LEFT HAND) m (ft) 0.3 (0.98) 0.3 (0.98) 0.35 (1.15) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 4.83 (15.85) 4.78 (15.68) 4.32 (14.17)

NOTE : Distances are approximate A. Tank capacity (usable): - APU type GTCP 36-300: 6.20 l (1.64 US gal) - APU type APS 3200: 5.40 l (1.43 US gal) Page 3 Jun 01/12

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A
FWD

ACCESS PANEL: 437BL (LEFT) 447BL (RIGHT)

OIL IN VENT

ANTISIPHON DEVICE

OIL LEVEL TRANSMITTER (OPTIONAL)

AIR PRESSURE SWITCH NIPPLE

OIL CAP

SIGHT WINDOW

PRESSURE NIPPLE OIL OUT SELFSEALING MAGNETIC DRAIN PLUG

OIL/FUEL HEAT EXCHANGER

SERVO FUEL HEATER

B
N_AC_050409_1_0010101_01_00

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A
1 PRESSURE FILL VALVE 2 CASE DRAIN PLUG 3 DUST CAP 4 DUST CAP 5 OVERFLOW DRAIN VALVE 6 OIL LEVEL INDICATOR (SIGHT GLASS) 6

5
OVER FULL

A 4 B 3

ADD OIL

ADD OIL

A
NOTE: A IF THE OIL LEVEL IS ABOVE THE YELLOW BAND, OIL SERVICING IS REQUIRED. B IF THE OIL LEVEL IS WITHIN THE GREEN AND YELLOW BANDS, OIL SERVICING IS NOT REQUIRED. C IF THE OIL LEVEL IS BELOW THE GREEN BAND, OIL SERVICING IS REQUIRED.

CFM56

SIGHT GLASS

N_AC_050409_1_0020101_01_01

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STARTER

DRAIN PORT AND MAGNETIC PLUG OVERFLOW PLUG

OIL FILLER PLUG

A
N_AC_050409_1_0030101_01_02

Ground Service Connections Starter Oil Tank -- CFM56 Series Engine FIGURE-5-4-9-991-003-A01

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ACCESS PANEL: 437BL (LEFT) 447BL (RIGHT) GRAVITY FILLER CAP

FCOC

PRISMALITE LEVEL INDICATOR OIL TANK

FWD

FULL LEVEL NOTCH 27.3 LT 29.0 US QTS 6.0 IMP GAL (WITHIN 60 MIN FROM SHUTDOWN) NOTCH 1 26 LT 27 US QTS 5.7 IMP GAL NOTCH 3 20 LT 22 US QTS 4.5 IMP GAL

NOTCH 2 23 LT 24 US QTS 5.1 IMP GAL

B
N_AC_050409_1_0040201_01_00

Ground Service Connections Engine Oil Tank -- IAE V2500 Series Engine FIGURE-5-4-9-991-004-B01

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IDG

B A
PRESSURE FILL VALVE OVER FLOW DRAIN VALVE OIL LEVEL INDICATOR

DUST CAP
OVER FULL

OVER FLOW DRAIN HOSE CORRECTLY FILLED IDG

DUST CAP PRESSURE FILL HOSE

OVER FULL

ADD OIL

ADD OIL

ADD OIL

ADD OIL

V2500

V2500

B
AFTER SERVICING OR ENGINE SHUTDOWN (COLD OIL/IDG) OIL LEVEL MUST BE AT OR NEAR THE LINE BETWEEN THE YELLOW BAND AND THE GREEN BAND

B
AFTER ENGINE SHUTDOWN (HOT OIL/IDG) OIL LEVEL CAN BE IN THE GREEN BAND OR THE YELLOW BAND

INCORRECTLY FILLED IDG


OVER FULL OVER FULL OVER FULL

ADD OIL

ADD OIL

ADD OIL

ADD OIL

ADD OIL

ADD OIL

V2500

V2500

V2500

B
AFTER SERVICING OR ENGINE SHUTDOWN (COLD OIL/IDG) THE OIL LEVEL MUST NOT BE IN THE YELLOW BAND BUT IT CAN BE IMMEDIATELY ABOVE THE LOWER LIMIT OF THE YELLOW BAND BECAUSE OF THE AIRCRAFT RAMP ANGLE DO THE IDG SERVICING TO GET THE CORRECT IDG OIL LEVEL.

B
AT ALL TIMES (HOT OR COLD OIL/IDG) THE OIL LEVEL MUST NOT BE IN THE RED BAND

PERFORM IDG OIL SERVICING TO GET THE CORRECT IDG OIL LEVEL. DO NOT USE THE OVERFLOW DRAIN HOSE TO GET THE CORRECT IDG OIL LEVEL.
N_AC_050409_1_0050201_01_00

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* THE STARTER IS FULL WHEN THE OIL LEVEL SHOWS NOT LESS THAN 3/4 FULL ON THE SIGHT GLASS

A
*

EXTERNAL GEARBOX

B
OIL FILLING POINT

ADAPTER

SIGHT GLASS

PNEUMATIC STARTER

OIL OVERFLOW POINT

A
N_AC_050409_1_0060201_01_00

Ground Service Connections Starter Oil Tank -- IAE V2500 Series Engine FIGURE-5-4-9-991-006-B01

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FR84

A
Z315 Z316

FR80 GRAVITY OIL FILLER OIL LEVEL SIGHT GLASS

PRESSURE FILL PORT OVERFLOW DRAIN VALVE

A
N_AC_050409_1_0070101_01_00

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Vacuum Toilet System

**ON A/C A319-100 Vacuum Toilet System 1. Vacuum Toilet System. AFT OF NOSE m (ft) POSITION FROM AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE R SIDE L SIDE m (ft) m (ft) 0.8 (2.62) MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND m (ft) 2.8 (9.18)

ACCESS

Waste Water 27.5 Ground Service (90.22) Panel: Access door 172AR NOTE : Distances are approximate 2. Technical Specifications A.

Connectors: - Draining: 4 in (ISO 17775). - Flushing and filling: 1 in (ISO 17775). Usable waste tank capacity: - Standard configuration - on tank: 177 l (30.91 US gal). Waste tank - Rinsing: - Operating pressure: 3.45 bar (50 psi). Waste tank - Precharge: - 10 l (2.64 US gal).

B. C. D.

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Z172

FR66

FR65

FILL AND RINSE CONNECTION

TOILET DRAIN CONNECTION

N_AC_050410_1_0010101_01_00

Ground Service Connections Waste Water Ground Service Panel FIGURE-5-4-10-991-001-A01

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Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements

**ON A/C A319-100 Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements 1. Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements. To determinate the airflow required at ground connection, refer to the example given in FIGURE 5--0-99--002-A. For engine starting pneumatic requirements for: - Low ambient temperatures, refer to 5-5-1, - Medium ambient temperatures, refer to 5-5-2, - High ambient temperatures, refer to 5-5-3.

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AIR SUPPLY PRESSURE AT GROUND CONNECTION PSIA ABSOLUTE BARS AIR SUPPLY TEMPERATURE AT FUSELAGE CONNECTION

90 6

220C 200C 150C MAXIMUM DUCT PRESSURE: 60 PSIG SEA LEVEL


M

80

100C 50C

Z = 8000 ft
U R E

70
PE R AT

LI

IT

35s 0C 40s ESTIMATED STARTING TIMES UP TO IDLE

AX

IM

4 SEA LEVEL
M

60

TE

50s 70s SEA LEVEL Z = 8000 ft

50 3 40

Z = 8000 ft

RECOMMENDED PRESSURE: 38 PSIG AT GROUND CONNECTION MIN. PRESSURE AT GROUND CONNECTION: 33 PSIG

30

2 AIR FLOW REQUIRED AT GROUND CONNECTION 0.80 48 1.00 60 1.20 72 1.40 84 1.60 96 1.80 108 2.00 kg/s 120 kg/min

EXAMPLE TO DETERMINATE THE AIRFLOW REQUIRED AT THE FUSELAGE CONNECTION: FOR AN AIR START UNIT DELIVERING 60 PSIA (4.14 BARS) AIR PRESSURE AT THE FUSELAGE CONNECTOR AT A SUPPLIED AIR TEMPERATURE OF 220C (428F) AT THE FUSELAGE CONNECTOR 1. DRAW AN HORIZONTAL LINE FROM THE SUPPLIED AIR PRESSURE (60 PSIA (4.14 BARS)). 2. FROM THE INTERSECTION WITH THE AIR SUPPLY TEMPERATURE AT FUSELAGE CONNECTION (220C (428F)), DRAW A VERTICAL LINE. 3. THE INTERSECTION WITH THE HORIZONTAL AXIS GIVES THE REQUIRED AIRFLOW AT GROUND CONNECTION (78 kg/min (1.3 kg/s)).
N_AC_050500_1_0020101_01_00

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Low Ambient Temperatures

**ON A/C A319-100 Low Ambient Temperatures 1. This section provides the engine starting pneumatic requirements for a temperature of -40C (-40F).

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AIR SUPPLY PRESSURE AT GROUND CONNECTION PSIA ABSOLUTE BARS

AIR SUPPLY TEMPERATURE AT FUSELAGE CONNECTION

100

7 220C 6.5 200C 150C


LI M

90 6 80 MAXIMUM DUCT PRESSURE: 60 PSIG


TE M U R E IT

100C 50C

SEA LEVEL 70 4.5 60 4


IM

Z = 8000 ft
M

PE

5.5

AT

AX

0C 35s 40s ESTIMATED STARTING TIMES UP TO IDLE RECOMMENDED PRESSURE: 38 PSIG AT GROUND CONNECTION MIN. PRESSURE AT GROUND CONNECTION: 33 PSIG

50s SEA LEVEL 50 3.5 Z = 8000 ft 70s SEA LEVEL Z = 8000 ft 3 40 2.5 60s

30

2 AIR FLOW REQUIRED AT GROUND CONNECTION 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 kg/mn

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AIR SUPPLY PRESSURE AT GROUND CONNECTION PSIA ABSOLUTE BARS

AIR SUPPLY TEMPERATURE AT FUSELAGE CONNECTION 220C 200C 150C

90 6

100C 50C

80 MAXIMUM DUCT PRESSURE 5 70 0C

60 4

50 3 40

AX

IM

UM

M TE

R PE

AT

RE

LI

IT

60s

65s 70s 75s ESTIMATED STARTING TIMES UP TO IDLE

30

2 AIR FLOW REQUIRED AT GROUND CONNECTION 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 kg/mn

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Medium Ambient Temperatures

**ON A/C A319-100 Medium Ambient Temperatures 1. This section provides the engine starting pneumatic requirements for a temperature of +15C (+59F).

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AIR SUPPLY PRESSURE AT GROUND CONNECTION PSIA ABSOLUTE BARS

AIR SUPPLY TEMPERATURE AT FUSELAGE CONNECTION

100

7 220C 6.5 200C 150C MAXIMUM DUCT PRESSURE: 60 PSIG 5.5 SEA LEVEL 5 Z = 8000 ft
R PE U AT LI M IT

90 6 80

100C 50C

70 4.5 60 4
M A M XI U M TE M

0C

35s 40s ESTIMATED STARTING TIMES UP TO IDLE 50s 60s 70s RECOMMENDED PRESSURE: 33 PSIG AT GROUND CONNECTION

50

3.5 SEA LEVEL Z = 8000 ft 3

40 2.5

SEA LEVEL Z = 8000 ft

MIN PRESSURE AT GROUND CONNECTION: 22 PSIG

30

2 AIR FLOW REQUIRED AT GROUND CONNECTION 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 kg/mn

N_AC_050502_1_0030101_01_00

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AIR SUPPLY PRESSURE AT GROUND CONNECTION PSIA ABSOLUTE BARS

AIR SUPPLY TEMPERATURE AT FUSELAGE CONNECTION 220C 200C


LI M IT

150C

90 6 80 MAXIMUM DUCT PRESSURE 5 70


M M XI UM T EM

R PE

AT

RE

100C 50C 0C

45s

60 4 55s 60s 3 40 50s

ESTIMATED STARTING TIMES UP TO IDLE

50

30

2 AIR FLOW REQUIRED AT GROUND CONNECTION 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 kg/mn

N_AC_050502_1_0040101_01_00

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High Ambient Temperatures

**ON A/C A319-100 High Ambient Temperatures 1. This section provides the engine starting pneumatic requirements for a temperature upper: - +50C (+122F) -- IAE V2500 - +55C (+131F) -- CFM56

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**ON A/C A319-100

AIR SUPPLY PRESSURE AT GROUND CONNECTION PSIA ABSOLUTE BARS

AIR SUPPLY TEMPERATURE AT FUSELAGE CONNECTION

100

7 220C 200C 150C 6 MAXIMUM DUCT PRESSURE: 60 PSIG 100C 50C

6.5 90

80

5.5

70

Z = 8000 ft

4.5 60 4

M AX IM U M

TE M PE R AT U R E

LI M IT
35s 40s

SEA LEVEL

ESTIMATED STARTING TIMES UP TO IDLE RECOMMENDED PRESSURE: 33 PSIG AT GROUND CONNECTION

50

3.5

SEA LEVEL Z = 8000 ft

50s 60s 70s SEA LEVEL

3 40 2.5

Z = 8000 ft

MIN PRESSURE AT GROUND CONNECTION: 22 PSIG

30

2 AIR FLOW REQUIRED AT GROUND CONNECTION 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 kg/mn

N_AC_050503_1_0030101_01_00

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**ON A/C A319-100

AIR SUPPLY PRESSURE AT GROUND CONNECTION PSIA ABSOLUTE BARS

AIR SUPPLY TEMPERATURE AT FUSELAGE CONNECTION 220C 200C 150C

90 100C 6 50C 80 MAXIMUM DUCT PRESSURE 5 70 0C

60 4

M
50

AX

IM

UM

EM

PE

U AT

RE

LI

IT
45s

50s

ESTIMATED STARTING TIMES UP TO IDLE

55s 60s 3

40

30

2 AIR FLOW REQUIRED AT GROUND CONNECTION 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 kg/mn

N_AC_050503_1_0040101_01_00

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5-6-0

Ground Pneumatic Power Requirements

**ON A/C A319-100 Ground Pneumatic Power Requirements 1. Ground Pneumatic Power Requirements NOTE : The air flow rates and temperature requirements given in sections 5.6 and 5.7 are given at aircraft connection.

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Heating

**ON A/C A319-100 Heating 1. This section provides the ground pneumatic power requirements heating.

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**ON A/C A319-100

(kg/s) CABIN AIRFLOW INITIAL CABIN TEMPERATURE AT 23C (9.4F) TEMPERATURE AT GROUND CONNECTION: 70C (158F) EMPTY CABIN ELECTRICAL LOAD = 2700 W RECIRCULATION: ON NO OTHER HEAT LOAD MAX ALLOWED TOTAL AIRFLOW (2 mbar CABIN OVERPRESSURE) 1.287 1.201 1.115 1.2 0.944 1.0 0.722 0.686 0.60 0.515 0.5 0.429 TIME TO HEAT CABIN TO 21C (69.8F ON GROUND) 30 40 50 TIME (min) 0.858 1.03 TOTAL AIRFLOW 1.5

(lb/s) CABIN AIRFLOW 2.59 2.15 1.72 TOTAL AIRFLOW 3.0 2.5 2.0

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1.5

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5-6-2

Cooling

**ON A/C A319-100 Cooling 1. This section provides the ground pneumatic power requirements cooling.

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**ON A/C A319-100

(kg/s) CABIN AIRFLOW INITIAL CABIN TEMPERATURE AT 38C (100.4F) TEMPERATURE AT GROUND CONNECTION: 1.5C (34.7F) EMPTY CABIN ELECTRICAL LOAD = 2000 W SUN = 4990 W RECIRCULATION: ON MAX ALLOWED TOTAL AIRFLOW (2 mbar CABIN OVERPRESSURE) CABIN AIRFLOW TOTAL AIRFLOW 1.5 1.287 1.201 1.115 1.2 0.944 1.0 0.722 0.686 0.60 0.515 0.5 20 0.429 TIME TO COOL CABIN TO 27C (80.6F ON GROUND) 30 40 TIME (min) 0.858 1.03

(lb/s) TOTAL AIRFLOW 2.59 3.0 2.15 2.5 1.72 2.0

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Ground Pneumatic Power Requirements Cooling FIGURE-5-6-2-991-002-A01

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1.5

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5-7-0

Preconditioned Airflow Requirements

**ON A/C A319-100 Preconditioned Airflow Requirements 1. This section gives the preconditioned airflow requirements for cabin air conditioning. A. Preconditioned Airflow Requirements. FRESH AIRFLOW TOTAL (kg/s) 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.10 1.32 1.54 1.76 1.98 2.20 2.43 2.65 2.87 3.09 3.31 (lb/s) (kg/s) 0.429 0.515 0.600 0.686 0.772 0.858 0.944 1.030 1.115 1.201 1.287 CABIN (lb/s) 0.946 1.135 1.323 1.512 1.702 1.892 2.081 2.271 2.458 2.648 2.837 -40.4 -28.5 -20.1 -13.9 -9.1 -5.3 -2.2 0.4 2.6 4.4 6.0 (C) -40.7 -19.3 -4.2 7.0 15.6 22.5 28.0 32.7 36.7 39.9 42.8 CURVE 1 T FL (F)

NOTE : Data for stabilized conditions see 5-7-0. B. Preconditioned Airflow Requirements. FRESH AIRFLOW TOTAL (kg/s) 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.10 1.32 1.54 1.76 1.98 2.20 2.43 2.65 2.87 3.09 (lb/s) (kg/s) 0.429 0.515 0.600 0.686 0.772 0.858 0.944 1.030 1.115 1.201 CABIN (lb/s) 0.946 1.135 1.323 1.512 1.702 1.892 2.081 2.271 2.458 2.648 31.7 29.7 28.4 27.3 26.5 25.9 25.4 25.0 24.6 24.3 (C) 89.1 85.5 83.1 81.1 79.7 78.6 77.7 77.0 76.3 75.7 CURVE 2 T FL (F)

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FRESH AIRFLOW TOTAL (kg/s) 1.5 3.31 (lb/s) (kg/s) 1.287 CABIN (lb/s) 2.837 24.0 (C)

CURVE 2 T FL (F) 75.2

NOTE : Data for stabilized conditions see 5-7-0. C. Preconditioned Airflow Requirements. FRESH AIRFLOW TOTAL (kg/s) 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.10 1.32 1.54 1.76 1.98 2.20 2.43 2.65 2.87 3.09 3.31 (lb/s) (kg/s) 0.429 0.515 0.600 0.686 0.772 0.858 0.944 1.030 1.115 1.201 1.287 CABIN (lb/s) 0.946 1.135 1.323 1.512 1.702 1.892 2.081 2.271 2.458 2.648 2.837 36.0 33.3 31.4 29.9 28.8 27.9 27.2 26.6 26.1 25.7 25.3 (C) 96.8 91.9 88.5 85.8 83.8 82.2 81.0 79.9 79.0 78.3 77.5 CURVE 3 T FL (F)

NOTE : Data for stabilized conditions see 5-7-0. D. Preconditioned Airflow Requirements. FRESH AIRFLOW TOTAL (kg/s) 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.10 1.32 1.54 1.76 1.98 2.20 2.43 2.65 2.87 3.09 (lb/s) (kg/s) 0.429 0.515 0.600 0.686 0.772 0.858 0.944 1.030 1.115 1.201 CABIN (lb/s) 0.946 1.135 1.323 1.512 1.702 1.892 2.081 2.271 2.458 2.648 42.2 38.4 35.7 33.7 32.1 30.9 29.9 29.0 28.3 27.7 (C) 108.0 101.1 96.3 92.7 89.8 87.6 85.8 84.2 82.9 81.9 CURVE 4 T FL (F)

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FRESH AIRFLOW TOTAL (kg/s) 1.5 3.31 (lb/s) (kg/s) 1.287 CABIN (lb/s) 2.837 27.2 (C)

CURVE 4 T FL (F) 81.0

NOTE : Data for stabilized conditions see 5-7-0.

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(kg/s) NOTE: LP GROUND CONNECTION MAXIMUM PRESSURE 40 mb CABIN AIRFLOW CABIN AIRFLOW TOTAL AIRFLOW (lb/s)

TOTAL AIRFLOW CURVE 1: CABIN AT 27C (80.6F) 134 PASSENGERS, 4 CABIN ATTENDANTS, 3 CREW MEMBERS BRIGHT DAY SOLAR LOAD: 2975 W ELECTRICAL LOAD = 6200 W RECIRCULATION: ON OAT (OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE) = 38C (100.4F) MAX ALLOWED TOTAL AIRFLOW (2 mbar CABIN OVERPRESSURE) 1.5 1.287 1.201 1.115 1.2 1.03 0.944 1.0 0.722 0.686 0.60 0.515 0.5 0.429 40 40 30 20 10 0 0.858 2.15 2.59 1.72

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2.5

Preconditioned Airflow Requirements FIGURE-5-7-0-991-002-A01

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

5-7-0
10 10 0

2.0

CURVE 2, 3, 4 CABIN AT 21C (69.8F) NO PASSENGER OR CABIN ATTENDANTS ELECTRICAL LOAD = 3800 W RECIRCULATION: ON NO OTHER HEAT LOAD OAT = 23C (9.4F) OAT = 30C (22F) OAT = 40C (40F) 10 50 20 30 40 100

1.28

1.5

N_AC_050700_1_0020101_01_01

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5-8-0

Ground Towing Requirements

**ON A/C A319-100 Ground Towing Requirements 1. General This section provides information on aircraft towing. This aircraft is designed with means for conventional or towbarless towing. Information/procedures can be found for both in chapter 9 of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual. Status on towbarless towing equipment qualification can be found in SIL 09-002. It is possible to tow or push the aircraft, at maximum ramp weight with engines at zero or up to idle thrust, using a tow bar attached to the nose gear leg (refer to AMM chap 9 for conditions and limitations). One tow bar fitting is installed at the front of the leg. The main landing gears have attachment points for towing or debogging (for details, refer to chapter 07 of the Aircraft Recovery Manual). A. The first part of this section shows the chart to determine the draw bar pull and tow tractor mass requirements as function of the following physical characteristics: - Aircraft weight. - Number of engines at idle. - Slope. The chart is based on the engine type with the highest idle thrust level. The second part of this section supplies guidelines for the tow bar. NOTE : Information on aircraft towing procedures and corresponding aircraft limitations are given in chapter 9 on the Aircraft Maintenance Manual. The aircraft tow bar shall respect the following norms: - SAE AS1614 C, Main Line Aircraft Tow Bar Attach Fitting Interface. - SAE ARP1915 D, Aircraft Tow Bar. - ISO 8267-1, Aircraft - Tow bar attachment fitting - Interface requirements - Part 1: Main line aircraft. - ISO 9667, Aircraft ground support equipment - Tow bars. - IATA Airport Handling Manual AHM 958, Functional Specification for an Aircraft Tow bar. A conventional type tow bar is required which should be equipped with a damping system to protect the nose gear against jerks and with towing shear pins: - A traction shear pin calibrated at 9425 daN (21188 lbf). - A torsion pin calibrated at 826 m.daN (7311 lbf.in). The towing head is designed according to SAE AS1614 C (Aircraft Weight Category I).

B.

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**ON A/C A319-100

DRAWBAR PULL [ t ] 10 BREAKAWAY RESISTANCE 6% # OF ENGINES ON FOR PB: 1 ENGINE THRUST 525 daN
DRY CO NCRETE m = 0.8 WET C ONCR ETE m = 0.57 HA RD SN OW m =0 .2

A/C WEIGHT [ t ]

5.0

1 ENGINE ON

70 60 tons 65 1.5% SLOPE 60 55 50 45 40

m ICE

.05 =0

8.83 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 0 1 2 0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 TOTAL TRACTION WHEEL LOAD [ t ] NO OF ENGINES AT IDLE SLOPE [ % ]

EXAMPLE HOW TO DETERMINE THE MASS REQUIREMENT TO TOW A A319 AT 60 t, AT 1.5% SLOPE, 1 ENGINE AT IDLE AND FOR WET TARMAC CONDITIONS: ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE OF THE GRAPH, CHOOSE THE RELEVANT AIRCRAFT WEIGHT (60 t) FROM THIS POINT DRAW A PARALLEL LINE TO THE REQUIRED SLOPE PERCENTAGE (1.5%) FROM THE POINT OBTAINED DRAW A STRAIGHT HORIZONTAL LINE UNTIL NO OF ENGINES AT IDLE = 2 FROM THIS POINT DRAW A PARALLEL LINE TO THE REQUESTED NUMBER OF ENGINES (1) FROM THIS POINT DRAW A STRAIGHT HORIZONTAL LINE TO THE DRAWBAR PULL AXIS THE YCOORDINATE OBTAINED IS THE NECESSARY DRAWBAR PULL FOR THE TRACTOR (5.0 t) SEARCH THE INTERSECTION WITH THE "WET CONCRETE" LINE. THE OBTAINED XCOORDINATE IS THE RECOMMENDED MINIMUM TRACTOR WEIGHT (8.8 t)

N_AC_050800_1_0010201_01_03

Ground Towing Requirements FIGURE-5-8-0-991-001-B01

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5-9-0

De-Icing and External Cleaning

**ON A/C A319-100 De-Icing and External Cleaning 1. De-Icing and External Cleaning on Ground The mobile equipment for aircraft de-icing and external cleaning must be capable of reaching heights up to approximately 13 m (42.65 ft). De-Icing Wing Top Surface (Both Sides) m2 99.7 99.7 ft2 1073.16 1073.16 Wingtip Devices (Both Inside and Outside Surfaces) (Both Sides) ft2 m2 1.8 19.38 9.6 103.33 HTP Top Surface (Both Sides) m2 27 27 ft2 290.63 290.63 VTP (Both Sides) m2 43 43 ft2 462.85 462.85

2.

AIRCRAFT TYPE A319 A319 Sharklet

AIRCRAFT TYPE A319 A319 Sharklet

Fuselage Top Surface (Top Third - 120 Arc) m2 122 122 ft2 1313.20 1313.20

Nacelle and Pylon (Top Third - 120 Arc) (All Engines) m2 ft2 23.6 254.03 23.6 254.03

Total De-Iced Area m2 317 325 3412 3498 ft2

NOTE : Dimensions are approximate 3. External Cleaning Wing Top Surface (Both Sides) ft2 1073.16 1073.16 Wing Lower Surface (Including Flap Track Fairing) (Both Sides) m2 ft2 103.4 1112.99 103.4 1112.99 Wingtip Devices (Both Inside and HTP Top HTP Lower Outside Surface Surface (Both Sides) (Both Sides) Surfaces) (Both Sides) m2 ft2 m2 ft2 m2 ft2 1.8 19.38 290.63 27 290.63 27 9.6 103.33 27 290.63 27 290.63 Nacelle and Pylon (All Engines) m2 ft2 73.2 787.92

AIRCRAFT TYPE

m2 A319 99.7 A319 Sharklet 99.7

VTP (Both Sides) AIRCRAFT TYPE m2 ft2 A319 43 462.85

Fuselage and Belly Fairing m2 ft2 373.6 4021.40

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VTP (Both Sides) AIRCRAFT TYPE ft2 m2 43 462.85 A319 Sharklet

Fuselage and Belly Fairing ft2 m2 373.6 4021.40

Nacelle and Pylon (All Engines) ft2 m2 73.2 787.92

Total Cleaned Area m2 758 ft2 8159

NOTE : Dimensions are approximate

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OPERATING CONDITIONS 6-1-0 Engine Exhaust Velocities and Temperatures

**ON A/C A319-100 Engine Exhaust Velocities and Temperatures 1. General This section shows the estimated engine exhaust efflux velocities and temperatures contours for Ground Idle, Breakaway, Maximum Takeoff conditions.

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6-1-1

Engine Exhaust Velocities Contours - Ground Idle Power

**ON A/C A319-100 Engine Exhaust Velocities Contours - Ground Idle Power 1. This section gives engine exhaust velocities contours at ground idle power.

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**ON A/C A319-100

400 V (m/s) GROUND PLANE 300 350

90

105

120

250

200

60

75

10

150

45

20

15

100

ELEVATION

30 25

30 25 20

30

15

10

45

50

15

ft

METERS

FEET

ft

40

45

30

20 10 6 3

40

30

20 10

12

12

6 3

N_AC_060101_1_0030101_01_00

Engine Exhaust Velocities Ground Idle Power -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE-6-1-1-991-003-A01

PLAN

AIRPLANE

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300 250 VELOCITY = ft/s (m/s) 200 30 (9)

60

75

90

150

50 (15)

45

100

ELEVATION

100 (30)

30

100 (30)

50

15

50 (15)

30 (9)

ft

METERS

FEET

60

40

20

ft

60

40

20

15

10

15

10

N_AC_060101_1_0040101_01_00

Engine Exhaust Velocities Ground Idle Power -- IAE V2500 series engine FIGURE-6-1-1-991-004-A01

PLAN

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6-1-2

Engine Exhaust Temperatures Contours - Ground Idle Power

**ON A/C A319-100 Engine Exhaust Temperatures Contours - Ground Idle Power 1. This section gives engine exhaust temperatures contours at ground idle power.

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**ON A/C A319-100

400 T (K) GROUND PLANE 300 350

90

105

120

250

200

150

45

60

75

300

100

ELEVATION

325

30

350

325

300

350

50

15

400

ft

METERS

FEET

ft

400

40

30

20 10 6 3

40

30

20 10

12

12

6 3

N_AC_060102_1_0030101_01_00

Engine Exhaust Temperatures Ground Idle Power -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE-6-1-2-991-003-A01

PLAN

AIRPLANE

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**ON A/C A319-100

300 250 TEMPERATURE = K 200 150 100

30

45

60

75

90

318 325 308 300

ELEVATION

308 300

50

15

ft

METERS

FEET

60

40

20

ft

60

40

20

325

15

10

15

10

N_AC_060102_1_0040101_01_00

Engine Exhaust Temperatures Ground Idle Power -- IAE V2500 series engine FIGURE-6-1-2-991-004-A01

PLAN

318

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6-1-5

Engine Exhaust Velocities Contours - Takeoff Power

**ON A/C A319-100 Engine Exhaust Velocities Contours - Takeoff Power 1. This section gives engine exhaust velocities contours at takeoff power.

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TAKEOFF POWER INCLUDES (WORST CASE) GROUND PLANE HEADWIND (20 KTS.)

m
42 36 30 24 18 12 6 0 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0

ft V = 40 m/s V = 20 m/s V = 12 m/s

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GROUND PLANE

FEET 0 0 m ft
140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 42 36 30 24 18 12 6 0

100 30 60 90 120 150 180

200

300

400

500

600

700 210

800 240

900 270

1000 300

1100 330

1200 360

1300 390

1400 420

Engine Exhaust Velocities Takeoff Power -- CFM56 series engine FIGURE-6-1-5-991-003-A01

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6-1-5
V = 40 m/s PLAN

METERS V = 20 m/s V = 12 m/s

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TO 575 ft (175 m)

300

90

TO 990 ft (301 m)

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF THRUST

200

60

100

30

ELEVATION

136 MPH

50

15

102 MPH

150

45

68 MPH

34 MPH

250

75

20 MPH

ft

METERS

FEET

60

40

20

ft

60

40

20

15

10

15

10

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m ft

TAKEOFF POWER

18

60

INCLUDES (WORST CASE): GROUND PLANE HEADWIND (20 KTS.) T = 425K T = 370K T = 315K

12

40

20

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T = 315K

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300 250 200

60

75

90

150

45

100

30

ELEVATION

50

15

55C 45C

35C

25C

ft

METERS

FEET

60

40

20

ft

60

65C

40

20

15

10

15

10

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Airport and Community Noise

**ON A/C A319-100 Airport and Community Noise 1. Airport and Community Noise Data This section gives data concerning engine maintenance run-up noise to permit evaluation of possible attenuation requirements.

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Noise Data

**ON A/C A319-100 Noise Data 1. Noise Data for CFM56-5A series engine A. Description of test conditions: The arc of circle (radius = 60 m (196.85 ft)), with microphones 1.2 m (3.94 ft) high, is centered on the position of the noise reference point. A.P.U.: off; E.C.S.: Packs off. B. C. Engine parameters: 2 engines running Meteorological data: The meteorological parameters measured 1.6 m (5.25 ft) from the ground on the day of test were as follows: - Temperature: 3C (37F) - Relative humidity: 66% - Atmospheric pressure: 1016 hPa - Wind speed: Negligible - No rain 2. Noise Data for CFM56-5B series engine A. Description of test conditions: The arc of circle (radius = 60 m (196.85 ft)), with microphones 1.2 m (3.94 ft) high, is centered on the position of the noise reference point. A.P.U.: off; E.C.S.: Packs off. B. C. Engine parameters: 2 engines running Meteorological data: The meteorological parameters measured 1.6 m (5.25 ft) from the ground on the day of test were as follows: - Temperature: 22C (72F) - Relative humidity: 42% - Atmospheric pressure: 1003 hPa - Wind speed: Negligible - No rain 3. Noise Data for IAE V2500 series engine A. Description of test conditions:

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The arc of circle (radius = 60 m (196.85 ft)), with microphones 1.2 m (3.94 ft) high, is centered on the position of the noise reference point. A.P.U.: off; E.C.S.: Packs off. B. C. Engine parameters: 2 engines running Meteorological data: The meteorological parameters measured 1.6 m (5.25 ft) from the ground on the day of test were as follows: - Temperature: 27C (81F) - Relative humidity: 40% - Atmospheric pressure: 1000 hPa - Wind speed: Negligible - No rain

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GROUND IDLE N1 CURVE 20.8%

MAX THRUST POSSIBLE ON BRAKES 90%

0 15 30 345 330

45

315

60

300

75

285

90

270

105

120

135

150

78 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98 100 102 104 106 108 110 112 NOISE REFERENCE POINT

255

240

225

210

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POSSIBLE GROUND IDLE MAX THRUST ON BRAKES N1 CURVE 18.9% 87%

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 350 340 330 320 310 300 290

80

280

90

270

100

110

120 130 140 150

78 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98 100 102 104 106 108 110 112 NOISE REFERENCE POINT 210

260

250 240 230 220

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GROUND IDLE E.P.R N1 CURVE 1.012 25.2%

MAX THRUST POSSIBLE ON BRAKES 1.564 94.4%

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 350 340 330 320 310 300

70

290

80

280

90

270

100

110

120 130 140

78 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98 100 102 104 106 108 110 112 114 NOISE REFERENCE 116 POINT 118 150 210

260

250

240 230 220

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Danger Areas of Engines

**ON A/C A319-100 Danger Areas of Engines 1. Danger Areas of the Engines.

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Ground Idle Power

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RADIUS = 7.2 ft (2.2 m) INLET HAZARD DIMENSIONS CALCULATED ON 40 ft/sec (12 m/sec) CRITICAL VELOCITY WITH A 3 ft (0.9 m) ADJUSTMENT FOR SAFETY CLOSE ENTRY CORRIDOR FOR WIND DIRECTION > 90 B C NO ENTRY 82 ft (25 m) AFT OF NOZZLE EXIT 45 INLET DANGER AREAS INCLUDE (WORST CASE) GROUND PLANE HEADWIND (20 KTS)

3.4 ft (1 m)

D NOT TO SCALE WIDTH 72 ft (22 m)

TO 199 ft (61 m)

EXHAUST DANGER AREAS INCLUDE (WORST CASE) GROUND PLANE HEADWIND (20 KTS)

INLET SUCTION DANGER AREA ENTRY CORRIDOR APPROX. WIND VELOCITY MPH (km/h) 210145 (338233) 145105 (233169) 10565 (169105) 6520 (10532) < 20 (32) EXHAUST WAKE DANGER AREA 65 MPH (105 km/h) OR GREATER EXHAUST WAKE DANGER AREA 65 MPH (105 km/h) OR LESS

AREA

POSSIBLE EFFECTS WITHIN DANGER ZONE BASED ON "RADIOLOGICAL DEFENSE" VOL. II, ARMED FORCES SPECIAL WEAPONS PROJECT, NOV. 1951 A MAN STANDING WILL BE PICKED UP AND THROWN; AIRCRAFT WILL BE COMPLETELY DESTROYED OR DAMAGED BEYOND ECONOMICAL REPAIR: COMPLETE DESTRUCTION OF FRAME OR BRICK HOMES. A MAN STANDING FACEON WILL BE PICKED UP AND THROWN; DAMAGE NEARING TOTAL DESTRUCTION TO LIGHT INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS OR RIGID STEEL FRAMING: CORRUGATED STEEL STRUCTURES LESS SEVERELY. MODERATE DAMAGE TO LIGHT INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS AND TRANSPORTTYPE AIRCRAFT. LIGHT TO MODERATE DAMAGE TO TRANSPORTTYPE AIRCRAFT BEYOND DANGER AREA
N_AC_060301_1_0030101_01_01

B C D E

Danger Areas of Engines CFM56 series engine FIGURE-6-3-1-991-003-A01

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0.91 m (3 ft)

R = 5.79 m (19ft)

30 TO 59 m (195 ft) AFT COMMON NOZZLE ASSEMBLY (CNA)

INTAKE SUCTION DANGER AREA ENTRY CORRIDOR EXHAUST DANGER AREA

N_AC_060301_1_0040101_01_00

Danger Areas of Engines IAE V2500 series engine FIGURE-6-3-1-991-004-A01

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Takeoff Power

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RADIUS = 19.5 ft (5.9 m)

INLET DANGER AREAS INCLUDE (WORST CASE) GROUND PLANE HEADWIND (20 KTS)

INLET HAZARD DIMENSIONS BASED ON 40 ft/sec (12 m/sec) CRITICAL VELOCITY WITH A 3 ft (0.9 m) ADJUSTMENT FOR SAFETY

A B NO ENTRY 684 ft (208 m) AFT OF NOZZLE EXIT

NOT TO SCALE

C D

WIDTH 195 ft (59 m) E TO 1160 ft (354 m)

EXHAUST DANGER AREAS INCLUDE (WORST CASE) GROUND PLANE HEADWIND (20 KTS)

INLET SUCTION DANGER AREA AREA APPROX. WIND VELOCITY MPH (km/h) 210145 (338233) 145105 (233169) 10565 (169105) 6520 (10532) < 20 (32)

EXHAUST WAKE DANGER AREA 65 MPH (105 km/h) OR GREATER

EXHAUST WAKE DANGER AREA 65 MPH (105 km/h) OR LESS

POSSIBLE EFFECTS WITHIN DANGER ZONE BASED ON "RADIOLOGICAL DEFENSE" VOL. II, ARMED FORCES SPECIAL WEAPONS PROJECT, NOV. 1951 A MAN STANDING WILL BE PICKED UP AND THROWN; AIRCRAFT WILL BE COMPLETELY DESTROYED OR DAMAGED BEYOND ECONOMICAL REPAIR: COMPLETE DESTRUCTION OF FRAME OR BRICK HOMES. A MAN STANDING FACEON WILL BE PICKED UP AND THROWN; DAMAGE NEARING TOTAL DESTRUCTION TO LIGHT INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS OR RIGID STEEL FRAMING: CORRUGATED STEEL STRUCTURES LESS SEVERELY. MODERATE DAMAGE TO LIGHT INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS AND TRANSPORTTYPE AIRCRAFT. LIGHT TO MODERATE DAMAGE TO TRANSPORTTYPE AIRCRAFT BEYOND DANGER AREA
N_AC_060302_1_0030101_01_01

B C D E

Danger Areas of Engines CFM56 series engine FIGURE-6-3-2-991-003-A01

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1.68 m (5.5 ft)

R = 5.79 m (19ft)

30 TO 348 m (1150 ft) AFT COMMON NOZZLE ASSEMBLY (CNA)

INTAKE SUCTION DANGER AREA ENTRY CORRIDOR EXHAUST DANGER AREA

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Danger Areas of Engines IAE V2500 series engine FIGURE-6-3-2-991-004-A01

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APU Exhaust Velocities and Temperatures

**ON A/C A319-100 APU Exhaust Velocities and Temperatures 1. APU Exhaust Velocities and Temperatures.

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APU

**ON A/C A319-100 APU - APIC & GARRETT 1. This section gives APU exhaust velocities and temperatures.

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300C 200C 150C 572F 392F 302F

120C 248F

100C 212F

80C 176F

METERS 0 FEET 0 16.404 32.808 49.212 65.616 82.02 PLAN 5 10 15 20 25

45 m/s 147 ft/s

30 m/s 98 ft/s

HEIGHT 20 m/s 65 ft/s 10 m/s 32 ft/s 5 m/s 16 ft/s m 10 ft 32.808

16.404

METERS 0 FEET 0 16.404 32.808 49.212 5 ELEVATION 10 15 20

65.616

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PAVEMENT DATA 7-1-0 General Information

**ON A/C A319-100 General Information 1. General Information This brief description of the pavement charts that follow will help in their use for airport planning. To aid in the interpolation between the discrete values shown, each airplane configuration is shown with a minimum range of five loads on the main landing gear. All curves on the charts represent data at a constant specified tire pressure with: - The airplane loaded to the maximum ramp weight. - The Center of Gravity (CG) at its maximum permissible aft position. Pavement requirements for commercial airplanes are derived from the static analysis of loads imposed on the main landing gear struts. The A/C codes are used for configuration management of chapter 07 only. There is no relation between these A/C codes and the ICAO A/C codes used for determining the airplane wing span and outer main gear wheel span as described in ICAO-Annex 14 Volume 1, Aerodrome Design and Operation Chapter 1.4, Table 1-1. Section 7-2-0 presents basic data on the landing gear footprint configuration, maximum ramp weights and tire sizes and pressures. Section 7-3-0 shows maximum vertical and horizontal pavement loads for certain critical conditions at the tire-ground interfaces. Section 7-4-1 contain charts to find these loads throughout the stability limits of the airplane at rest on the pavement. These main landing gear loads are used as the point of entry to the pavement design charts which follow, interpolating load values where necessary. Section 7-5-1 uses procedures in Instruction Report No S-77-1 Procedures for Development of CBR Design Curves, dated June 1977 and as modified according to the methods described in ICAO Aerodrome Design Manual, Part 3. Pavements, 2nd Edition, 1983, Section 1.1 (The ACN-PCN Method), and utilizing the alpha factors approved by ICAO in October 2007.

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The report was prepared by the U.S. Army Corps Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, Soils and Pavement Laboratory, Vicksburg, Mississippi. The line showing 10 000 coverages is used to calculate Aircraft Classification Number (ACN). The procedure that follows is used to develop flexible pavement design curves such as shown in Section 7-5-1. - With the scale for pavement thickness at the bottom and the scale for CBR at the top, an arbitrary line is drawn representing 10 000 coverages. - Incremental values of the weight on the main landing gear are then plotted. - Annual departure lines are drawn based on the load lines of the weight on the main landing gear that is shown on the graph. Section 7-7-1 gives the rigid pavement design curves that have been prepared with the use of the Westergaard Equation. This is in general accordance with the procedures outlined in the Portland Cement Association publications, Design of Concrete Airport Pavement, 1973 and Computer Program for Airport Pavement Design, (Program PDILB), 1967 both by Robert G. Packard. The procedure that follows is used to develop rigid pavement design curves such as shown in Section 7-7-1. - With the scale for pavement thickness on the left and the scale for allowable working stress on the right, an arbitrary load line is drawn. This represents the maximum weight to be shown for the main landing gear . - All values of the subgrade modulus (k values) are then plotted. - Additional load lines for the incremental values of weight on the main landing gear are drawn on the basis of the curve for k = 300 already shown on the graph. All Load Classification Number (LCN) curves shown in Section 7-6-1 and Section 7-8-2 have been developed from a computer program based on data provided in International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) document 7920-AN/865/2, Aerodrome Manual, Part 2, Aerodrome Physical Characteristics, Second Edition, 1965. The flexible pavement charts in Section 7-6-1 show LCN against equivalent single wheel load and equivalent single wheel load against pavement thickness. The rigid pavement charts in Section 7-8-2 show LCN against equivalent single wheel load and equivalent single wheel load against radius of relative stiffness. Section 7-9-0 gives ACN data prepared in accordance to the ACN/PCN system as referenced in ICAO Annex 14, Aerodromes, Volume 1 Fourth Edition July 2004, incorporating Amendments 1 to 6. The ACN/PCN system gives a standardized international airplane/pavement rating system replacing the various S, T, TT, LCN, AUW, ISWL, etc..., rating systems used throughout the world.

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The ACN is the Aircraft Classification Number and PCN is the corresponding Pavement Classification Number. An aircraft having an ACN equal to or less than the PCN can operate without restriction on the pavement. Numerically the ACN is two times the derived single wheel load expressed in thousands of kilograms. The derived single wheel is defined as the load on a single tire inflated to 1.25 Mpa (181 psi) that would have the same pavement requirements as the aircraft. Computationally, the ACN/PCN system uses PCA program PDILB for rigid pavements and S-77-1 for flexible pavements to calculate ACN values. The Airport Authority must decide on the method of pavement analysis and the results of their evaluation shown as follows: PCN PAVEMENT TYPE R -- Rigid F -- Flexible SUBGRADE CATEGORY A -- High B -- Medium C -- Low D -- Ultra Low TIRE PRESSURE CATEGORY EVALUATION METHOD W -- No Limit X -- To 1.5 Mpa (217 psi) Y -- To 1.0 Mpa (145 psi) Z -- To 0.5 Mpa (73 psi) T -- Technical U -- Using Aircraft

Section 7-9-1 shows the aircraft ACN values for flexible pavements. The four subgrade categories are: - A. High Strength CBR 15 - B. Medium Strength CBR 10 - C. Low Strength CBR 6 - D. Ultra Low Strength CBR 3 Section 7-9-2 shows the aircraft ACN values for rigid pavements. The four subgrade categories are: - A. High Strength Subgrade k = 150 MN/m3 (550 pci) - B. Medium Strength Subgrade k = 80 MN/m3 (300 pci) - C. Low Strength Subgrade k = 40 MN/m3 (150 pci) - D. Ultra Low Strength Subgrade k = 20 MN/m3 (75 pci)

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AIRCRAFT CODE MODEL WV AIRCRAFT CODE WV MODEL 01 Q A319111 12 A319115 C 01 Q A319112 12 A319133 C 01 A319113 12 A319111 C R 01 A319114 12 A319112 C R 01 A319131 12 A319113 C R 01 A319132 12 A319114 C R 01 A319115 12 A319131 D R 01 A319133 12 A319132 D R 00 05 A319133 E A319112CJ S 00 05 A319115 S E A319114CJ 00 05 A319111 S A319115CJ F 00 05 A319112 S A319132CJ F 00 05 A319113 S A319133CJ F 00 05 A319114 A319115 F T 00 05 A319131 A319133 F T 00 05 A319132 U A319111 F 08 05 A319111 U A319112 G 08 05 A319112 U A319113 G 08 05 A319113 U A319114 G 08 05 A319114 U A319131 G 08 05 A319131 U A319132 G 08 06 A319132 A319111 G V 08 06 A319115 A319112 H V 08 06 A319133 A319113 H V 06 11 A319111 A319114 V I 06 11 A319112 A319131 V I 06 11 A319113 A319132 V I 06 11 A319114 A319115 I W 06 11 A319131 A319133 I W 07 11 A319132 A319115 I X 07 11 A319115 A319133 J X 07 11 A319133 A319111 J Y 07 09 A319111 A319112 Y K 07 09 A319112 A319113 Y K 07 09 A319113 A319114 Y K 07 09 A319114 A319131 Y K 07 09 A319131 A319132 Y K 02 09 A319132 K A319112CJ Z 02 09 A319115 A319114CJ Z L 02 09 A319133 A319115CJ Z L 02 03 A319115 A319132CJ Z M 02 03 A319133 A319133CJ Z M 02 03 A319115 A319111 N AA 02 03 A319112 A319133 N AA 02 03 A319113 A319111 N AB 02 03 A319114 A319112 N AB 02 03 A319131 A319113 N AB 02 03 A319132 A319114 N AB 02 04 A319115 A319131 O AB 02 04 A319133 A319132 O AB 10 04 A319111 P A319111CJ AC 10 04 A319112 P A319112CJ AC 10 04 A319113 P A319113CJ AC 10 04 A319114 P A319114CJ AC 10 04 A319131 P A319131CJ AC 10 04 A319132 P A319132CJ AC NOTE: FOR WEIGHT VARIANT DEFINITION, REFER TO CHAPTER 020101. NOTE: THE A/C CODES ARE USED FOR CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT OF CHAPTER 07 ONLY.THERE IS NO RELATION BETWEEN THESE A/C CODES AND THE ICAO A/C CODES USED FOR DETERMINING THE AIRPLANE WING SPAN AND OUTER MAIN GEAR WHEEL SPAN AS DESCRIBED IN ICAOANNEX 14 VOLUME 1, N_AC_070100_1_0020101_01_00 AERODROME DESIGN AND OPERATION CHAPTER 1.4, TABLE 11.

Aircraft Codes FIGURE-7-1-0-991-002-A01

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Landing Gear Footprint

**ON A/C A319-100 Landing Gear Footprint 1. This section gives Landing Gear Footprint. NOTE : For A/C Code definition, refer to chapter 7-1-0.

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A/C CODE

CDEFGH

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR GROUP NOSE GEAR TIRE SIZE NOSE GEAR TIRE PRESSURE MAIN GEAR TIRE SIZE MAIN GEAR TIRE PRESSURE

SEE SECTION 741

30 x 8.8 R15 (30 x 8.8 15) 11.4 bar (165 psi)

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 16 20) 11.9 bar (173 psi)

11 039 mm (36 ft 2.6 in) 7 590 mm (24 ft 10.8 in)

500 mm (19.7 in)

927 mm (36.5 in)

N_AC_070200_1_0040101_01_01

Landing Gear Footprint Landing Gear Footprint FIGURE-7-2-0-991-004-A01

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A/C CODE

IJKLMNOP

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR GROUP NOSE GEAR TIRE SIZE NOSE GEAR TIRE PRESSURE MAIN GEAR TIRE SIZE MAIN GEAR TIRE PRESSURE

SEE SECTION 741 30 x 8.8 R15 (30 x 8.8 15) 12.1 bar (175 psi)

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 16 20) 12.5 bar (181 psi)

11 039 mm (36 ft 2.6 in) 7 590 mm (24 ft 10.8 in)

500 mm (19.7 in)

927 mm (36.5 in)

N_AC_070200_1_0050101_01_01

Landing Gear Footprint Landing Gear Footprint FIGURE-7-2-0-991-005-A01

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A/C CODE

QRTU

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR GROUP NOSE GEAR TIRE SIZE NOSE GEAR TIRE PRESSURE MAIN GEAR TIRE SIZE MAIN GEAR TIRE PRESSURE

SEE SECTION 741

30 x 8.8 R15 (30 x 8.8 15) 12.5 bar (181 psi)

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 16 20) 12.9 bar (187 psi)

11 039 mm (36 ft 2.6 in) 7 590 mm (24 ft 10.8 in)

500 mm (19.7 in)

927 mm (36.5 in)

N_AC_070200_1_0060101_01_01

Landing Gear Footprint Landing Gear Footprint FIGURE-7-2-0-991-006-A01

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A/C CODE

VW

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR GROUP NOSE GEAR TIRE SIZE NOSE GEAR TIRE PRESSURE MAIN GEAR TIRE SIZE MAIN GEAR TIRE PRESSURE

SEE SECTION 741

30 x 8.8 R15 (30 x 8.8 15) 13.5 bar (196 psi)

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 16 20) 13.4 bar (194 psi)

11 039 mm (36 ft 2.6 in) 7 590 mm (24 ft 10.8 in)

500 mm (19.7 in)

927 mm (36.5 in)

N_AC_070200_1_0070101_01_01

Landing Gear Footprint Landing Gear Footprint FIGURE-7-2-0-991-007-A01

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A/C CODE

S Z AC

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR GROUP

SEE SECTION 741

NOSE GEAR TIRE SIZE NOSE GEAR TIRE PRESSURE MAIN GEAR TIRE SIZE MAIN GEAR TIRE PRESSURE

30 x 8.8 R15 (30 x 8.8 15) 13.9 bar (202 psi)

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 16 20) 13.8 bar (200 psi)

11 039 mm (36 ft 2.6 in) 7 590 mm (24 ft 10.8 in)

500 mm (19.7 in)

927 mm (36.5 in)

N_AC_070200_1_0250101_01_00

Landing Gear Footprint FIGURE-7-2-0-991-025-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100

A/C CODE

X Y AA AB

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR GROUP NOSE GEAR TIRE SIZE NOSE GEAR TIRE PRESSURE MAIN GEAR TIRE SIZE MAIN GEAR TIRE PRESSURE

SEE SECTION 741

30 x 8.8 R15 (30 x 8.8 15) 13.2 bar (191 psi)

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 16 20) 13.8 bar (200 psi)

11 039 mm (36 ft 2.6 in) 7 590 mm (24 ft 10.8 in)

500 mm (19.7 in)

927 mm (36.5 in)

N_AC_070200_1_0260101_01_00

Landing Gear Footprint FIGURE-7-2-0-991-026-A01

7-2-0

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7-3-0

Maximum Pavement Loads

**ON A/C A319-100 Maximum Pavement Loads 1. This section gives Maximum Pavement Loads. NOTE : For A/C code definition, refer to chapter 7-1-0.

7-3-0

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**ON A/C A319-100

H V (NG) 4 VNG MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT lb 137 575 62 400 23 625 10 720 36 500 16 550 63 725 kg lb lb kg kg 28 900 STATIC LOAD AT MOST FWD CG (1) STATIC BRAKING @ 10 ft/s 2 DECELERATION kg lb STATIC LOAD AT MAX AFT CG (2) 5 VMG (PER STRUT) 2 3 V (MG) 6 H (PER STRUT) STEADY BRAKING AT INSTANTANEOUS @ 10 ft/s 2 BRAKING COEFFICIENT = 0.8 DECELERATION kg kg lb lb 21 375 9 700 50 975 23 120

A/C CODE

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Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE-7-3-0-991-023-A01


137 575 62 400 20 200 9 170 33 075 15 000 62 900 28 530 141 975 64 400 20 500 9 300 33 750 15 310 64 925 29 450

21 375

9 700

50 325

22 820

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-3-0
V (NG) V (1) C D E C D E MRW = 62 400 kg MRW = 62 400 kg MRW = 64 400 kg MRW = 62 400 kg MRW = 62 400 kg MRW = 64 400 kg (2)

22 075

10 010

51 925

23 560

MAXIMUM VERTICAL NOSE GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST FORWARD CG

MAXIMUM VERTICAL MAIN GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST AFT CG (MG) H MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL GROUND LOAD FROM BRAKING A/C CODE FWD CG = 14 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 62 400 kg FWD CG = 20.4 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 62 400 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 64 400 kg AFT CG = 39 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 62 400 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 62 400 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 64 400 kg

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**ON A/C A319-100

H V (NG) 4 VNG MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT lb 141 975 64 400 20 500 9 300 33 750 15 310 65 775 kg lb lb kg kg 29 830 STATIC LOAD AT MOST FWD CG (1) STATIC BRAKING @ 10 ft/s 2 DECELERATION kg lb STATIC LOAD AT MAX AFT CG (2) 5 VMG (PER STRUT) 2 3 V (MG) 6 H (PER STRUT) STEADY BRAKING AT INSTANTANEOUS @ 10 ft/s 2 BRAKING COEFFICIENT = 0.8 DECELERATION kg kg lb lb 22 075 10 010 52 625 23 860

A/C CODE

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Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE-7-3-0-991-024-A01


141 975 64 400 20 500 9 300 33 750 15 310 65 775 29 830 141 975 64 400 20 500 9 300 33 750 15 310 64 925 29 450

22 075

10 010

52 625

23 860

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-3-0
V (NG) V (1) F G H F G H MRW = 64 400 kg MRW = 64 400 kg MRW = 64 400 kg MRW = 64 400 kg MRW = 64 400 kg MRW = 64 400 kg (2)

22 075

10 010

51 925

23 560

MAXIMUM VERTICAL NOSE GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST FORWARD CG

MAXIMUM VERTICAL MAIN GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST AFT CG (MG) H MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL GROUND LOAD FROM BRAKING A/C CODE FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 64 400 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 64 400 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 64 400 kg AFT CG = 39 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 64 400 kg AFT CG = 39 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 64 400 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 64 400 kg

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**ON A/C A319-100

H V (NG) 4 VNG MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT lb 146 375 66 400 21 125 9 580 34 800 15 780 67 750 kg lb lb kg kg 30 730 STATIC LOAD AT MOST FWD CG (1) STATIC BRAKING @ 10 ft/s 2 DECELERATION kg lb STATIC LOAD AT MAX AFT CG (2) 5 VMG (PER STRUT) 2 3 V (MG) 6 H (PER STRUT) STEADY BRAKING AT INSTANTANEOUS @ 10 ft/s 2 BRAKING COEFFICIENT = 0.8 DECELERATION kg kg lb lb 22 750 10 320 54 200 24 590

A/C CODE

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Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE-7-3-0-991-025-A01


146 375 66 400 21 125 9 580 34 800 15 780 66 950 30 360 146 375 66 400 21 125 9 580 34 800 15 780 67 750 30 730

22 750

10 320

53 550

24 290

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-3-0
V (NG) V (1) I J K I J K MRW = 66 400 kg MRW = 66 400 kg MRW = 66 400 kg MRW = 66 400 kg MRW = 66 400 kg MRW = 66 400 kg (2)

22 750

10 320

54 200

24 590

MAXIMUM VERTICAL NOSE GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST FORWARD CG

MAXIMUM VERTICAL MAIN GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST AFT CG (MG) H MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL GROUND LOAD FROM BRAKING A/C CODE FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 66 400 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 66 400 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 66 400 kg AFT CG = 38.8 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 66 400 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 66 400 kg AFT CG = 38.8 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 66 400 kg

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**ON A/C A319-100

H V (NG) 4 VNG MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT lb 146 375 66 400 21 125 9 580 34 800 15 780 66 950 kg lb lb kg kg 30 360 STATIC LOAD AT MOST FWD CG (1) STATIC BRAKING @ 10 ft/s 2 DECELERATION kg lb STATIC LOAD AT MAX AFT CG (2) 5 VMG (PER STRUT) 2 3 V (MG) 6 H (PER STRUT) STEADY BRAKING AT INSTANTANEOUS @ 10 ft/s 2 BRAKING COEFFICIENT = 0.8 DECELERATION kg kg lb lb 22 750 10 320 53 550 24 290

A/C CODE

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Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE-7-3-0-991-026-A01


150 800 68 400 21 750 9 860 35 775 16 230 68 975 31 280 150 800 68 400 21 750 9 860 35 775 16 230 69 600 31 570

23 425

10 630

55 175

25 020

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-3-0
V (NG) V (1) L M N L M N MRW = 66 400 kg MRW = 68 400 kg MRW = 68 400 kg MRW = 66 400 kg MRW = 68 400 kg MRW = 68 400 kg (2)

23 425

10 630

55 675

25 250

MAXIMUM VERTICAL NOSE GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST FORWARD CG

MAXIMUM VERTICAL MAIN GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST AFT CG (MG) H MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL GROUND LOAD FROM BRAKING A/C CODE FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 66 400 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 68 400 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 68 400 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 66 400 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 68 400 kg AFT CG = 38.1 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 68 400 kg

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**ON A/C A319-100

H V (NG) 4 VNG MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT lb 150 800 68 400 21 750 9 860 35 800 16 240 68 975 kg lb lb kg kg 31 280 STATIC LOAD AT MOST FWD CG (1) STATIC BRAKING @ 10 ft/s 2 DECELERATION kg lb STATIC LOAD AT MAX AFT CG (2) 5 VMG (PER STRUT) 2 3 V (MG) 6 H (PER STRUT) STEADY BRAKING AT INSTANTANEOUS @ 10 ft/s 2 BRAKING COEFFICIENT = 0.8 DECELERATION kg kg lb lb 23 425 10 630 55 175 25 020

A/C CODE

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Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE-7-3-0-991-027-A01


150 800 68 400 21 700 9 840 35 725 16 210 69 625 31 580 155 200 70 400 22 325 10 120 36 750 16 660 71 025 32 210

23 425

10 630

55 700

25 260

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-3-0
V (NG) V (1) O P Q O P Q MRW = 68 400 kg MRW = 68 400 kg MRW = 70 400 kg MRW = 68 400 kg MRW = 68 400 kg MRW = 70 400 kg (2)

24 125

10 940

56 800

25 770

MAXIMUM VERTICAL NOSE GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST FORWARD CG

MAXIMUM VERTICAL MAIN GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST AFT CG (MG) H MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL GROUND LOAD FROM BRAKING A/C CODE FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 68 400 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 68 400 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 70 400 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 68 400 kg AFT CG = 38.1 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 68 400 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 70 400 kg

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**ON A/C A319-100

H V (NG) 4 VNG MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT lb 155 200 70 400 22 325 10 120 36 725 16 660 71 475 kg lb lb kg kg 32 420 STATIC LOAD AT MOST FWD CG (1) STATIC BRAKING @ 10 ft/s 2 DECELERATION kg lb STATIC LOAD AT MAX AFT CG (2) 5 VMG (PER STRUT) 2 3 V (MG) 6 H (PER STRUT) STEADY BRAKING AT INSTANTANEOUS @ 10 ft/s 2 BRAKING COEFFICIENT = 0.8 DECELERATION kg kg lb lb 24 125 10 940 57 175 25 940

A/C CODE

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155 200 70 400 22 325 10 120 36 750 16 660 71 025 32 210 155 200 70 400 22 325 10 120 36 725 16 660 71 475 32 420

24 125

10 940

56 800

25 770

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-3-0
V (NG) V (1) R T U R T U MRW = 70 400 kg MRW = 70 400 kg MRW = 70 400 kg MRW = 70 400 kg MRW = 70 400 kg MRW = 70 400 kg (2)

24 125

10 940

57 175

25 940

MAXIMUM VERTICAL NOSE GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST FORWARD CG

MAXIMUM VERTICAL MAIN GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST AFT CG (MG) H MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL GROUND LOAD FROM BRAKING A/C CODE FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 70 400 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 70 400 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 70 400 kg AFT CG = 37.5 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 70 400 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 70 400 kg AFT CG = 37.5 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 70 400 kg

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**ON A/C A319-100

H V (NG) 4 VNG MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT lb 162 925 73 900 23 400 10 610 38 500 17 460 74 725 kg lb lb kg kg 33 890 STATIC LOAD AT MOST FWD CG (1) STATIC BRAKING @ 10 ft/s 2 DECELERATION kg lb STATIC LOAD AT MAX AFT CG (2) 5 VMG (PER STRUT) 2 3 V (MG) 6 H (PER STRUT) STEADY BRAKING AT INSTANTANEOUS @ 10 ft/s 2 BRAKING COEFFICIENT = 0.8 DECELERATION kg kg lb lb 25 325 11 480 59 775 27 110

A/C CODE

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Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE-7-3-0-991-029-A01


162 925 73 900 23 400 10 610 33 100 15 010 74 550 33 820 167 325 75 900 23 625 10 720 39 400 17 870 76 600 34 750

25 300

11 480

59 625

27 050

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-3-0
V (NG) V (1) V W X V W X MRW = 73 900 kg MRW = 73 900 kg MRW = 75 900 kg MRW = 73 900 kg MRW = 73 900 kg MRW = 75 900 kg (2)

26 000

11 800

61 275

27 800

MAXIMUM VERTICAL NOSE GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST FORWARD CG

MAXIMUM VERTICAL MAIN GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST AFT CG (MG) H MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL GROUND LOAD FROM BRAKING A/C CODE FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 73 900 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 73 900 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 74 500 kg AFT CG = 36.5 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 73 900 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 73 900 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 75 900 kg

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**ON A/C A319-100

H V (NG) 4 VNG MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT lb 167 325 75 900 23 625 10 720 39 400 17 870 76 600 kg lb lb kg kg 34 750 STATIC LOAD AT MOST FWD CG (1) STATIC BRAKING @ 10 ft/s 2 DECELERATION kg lb STATIC LOAD AT MAX AFT CG (2) 5 VMG (PER STRUT) 2 3 V (MG) 6 H (PER STRUT) STEADY BRAKING AT INSTANTANEOUS @ 10 ft/s 2 BRAKING COEFFICIENT = 0.8 DECELERATION kg kg lb lb 26 000 11 800 61 275 27 800

A/C CODE

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Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE-7-3-0-991-030-A01


167 325 75 900 23 625 10 720 39 400 17 870 76 600 34 750 167 325 10 660 39 100 75 900 23 500 17 740 76 675 34 780

AA

26 000

11 800

61 275

27 800

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-3-0
V (NG) V (1) Y AA AB Y AA AB MRW = 75 900 kg MRW = 75 900 kg MRW = 75 900 kg MRW = 75 900 kg MRW = 75 900 kg MRW = 75 900 kg (2)

AB

26 000

11 800

61 350

27 830

MAXIMUM VERTICAL NOSE GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST FORWARD CG

MAXIMUM VERTICAL MAIN GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST AFT CG (MG) H MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL GROUND LOAD FROM BRAKING A/C CODE FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 74 500 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 74 500 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 74 500 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 75 900 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 75 900 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 75 900 kg

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**ON A/C A319-100

H V (NG) 4 VNG MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT lb 155 200 70 400 25 450 11 550 39 650 17 990 71 100 kg lb lb kg kg 32 250 STATIC LOAD AT MOST FWD CG (1) STATIC BRAKING @ 10 ft/s 2 DECELERATION kg lb STATIC LOAD AT MAX AFT CG (2) 5 VMG (PER STRUT) 2 3 V (MG) 6 H (PER STRUT) STEADY BRAKING AT INSTANTANEOUS @ 10 ft/s 2 BRAKING COEFFICIENT = 0.8 DECELERATION kg kg lb lb 24 125 10 940 56 875 25 800

A/C CODE

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Maximum Pavement Loads FIGURE-7-3-0-991-031-A01


167 525 75 900 23 500 10 660 39 100 17 740 76 675 34 780 169 525 76 900 23 500 10 660 39 100 17 730 77 700 35 240

26 000

11 800

61 350

27 830

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-3-0
V (NG) V (1) S Z AC S Z AC MRW = 70 400 kg MRW = 75 900 kg MRW = 76 900 kg MRW = 70 400 kg MRW = 75 900 kg MRW = 76 900 kg (2)

AC

26 350

11 950

62 150

28 190

MAXIMUM VERTICAL NOSE GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST FORWARD CG

MAXIMUM VERTICAL MAIN GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST AFT CG (MG) H MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL GROUND LOAD FROM BRAKING A/C CODE FWD CG = 14 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 67 500 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 74 500 kg FWD CG = 21 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 74 500 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 70 400 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 75 900 kg AFT CG = 36 % MAC AT A/C WEIGHT = 76 900 kg

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7-4-0

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement

**ON A/C A319-100 Landing Gear Loading on Pavement 1. General In the example shown in Section 7-4-1 Landing Gear Loading on Pavement, A/C Code C, the Gross Aircraft Weight is 48 000 kg (105 825 lb) and the percentage of weight on the Main Landing Gear is 92.6 %. For these conditions the total weight on the Main Landing Gear is 44 470 kg (98 025 lb).

7-4-0

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7-4-1

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement

**ON A/C A319-100 Landing Gear Loading on Pavement 1. This section gives Landing Gear Loading on Pavement. NOTE : For A/C Code definition, refer to chapter 7-1-0.

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

65

65

A/C CODE C

60 MTOW = 62 000 kg WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

60

MLW = 61 000 kg 55 55

50

50

MZFW = 57 000 kg 45 45

40

LANDING CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS TAKE OFF

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

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AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

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PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

65

65

A/C CODE D

60 MTOW = 62 000 kg WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg) MLW = 61 000 kg 55

60

55

50

50

MZFW = 57 000 kg 45 45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS LANDING

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0390101_01_00

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AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

65

65

A/C CODE E

60

MTOW = 64 000 kg

60

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 57 000 kg 45 45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS 40 LANDING

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0400101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-040-A01

AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

MLW = 61 000 kg

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

65

65

A/C CODE F

MTOW = 64 000 kg 60 60

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

MLW = 61 000 kg 55 55 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

50

50

MZFW = 57 000 kg 45 45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS 40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0410101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-041-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

65

65

A/C CODE G

MTOW = 64 000 kg 60 MLW = 62 500 kg AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg) 60

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 58 500 kg

45

45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS 40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

65

65

A/C CODE H

60

MTOW = 64 000 kg

60

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

MLW = 62 500 kg AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 58 500 kg

45

45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS 40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0430101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-043-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE I

65 MTOW = 66 000 kg WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

65

MLW = 61 000 kg

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 57 000 kg 45 CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS LANDING 40 TAKE OFF LANDING 40 45

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0440101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-044-A01

AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

60

60

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE J

65 MTOW = 66 000 kg WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

65

60

MLW = 61 000 kg

60

55

55

50

50

45

MZFW = 57 000 kg

45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS LANDING

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0450101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-045-A01

AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE K

65 MTOW = 66 000 kg WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

65

60

MLW = 62 500 kg

60

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 58 500 kg 45 CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS LANDING 40 TAKE OFF LANDING 40 45

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0460101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-046-A01

AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE L

65 MTOW = 66 000 kg WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

65

MLW = 62 500 kg

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 58 500 kg 45 45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS 40 LANDING

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0470101_01_00

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AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

60

60

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PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE M

65

MTOW = 68 000 kg

65

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

MLW = 61 000 kg AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg) 60 60

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 57 000 kg 45 45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS 40 LANDING

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

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Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-048-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE N

65

MTOW = 68 000 kg

65

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

MLW = 61 000 kg 60 60 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 57 000 kg 45 45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS 40 LANDING

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0490101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-049-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE O

65

MTOW = 68 000 kg

65

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

MLW = 62 500 kg AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg) 60 60

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 58 500 kg 45 45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS 40 LANDING

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0500101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-050-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE P

65

MTOW = 68 000 kg

65

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

MLW = 62 500 kg 60 60 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

55

55

50 MZFW = 58 500 kg

50

45 CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

40 LANDING

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0510101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-051-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE Q MTOW = 70 000 kg 65 65

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

60 MLW = 61 000 kg

60

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 57 000 kg 45 45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0520101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-052-A01

AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE R MTOW = 70 000 kg 65 65

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

60 MLW = 61 000 kg

60

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 57 000 kg 45 45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0530101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-053-A01

AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE S MTOW = 70 000 kg 65 65

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

60 MLW = 62 500 kg

60

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 58 500 kg 45 45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0540101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-054-A01

AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE T MTOW = 70 000 kg 65 65

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

60 MLW = 62 500 kg

60

55

55

50 MZFW = 58 500 kg

50

45

45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0550101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-055-A01

AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

70

70

A/C CODE U MTOW = 70 000 kg 65 65

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

60 MLW = 62 500 kg

60

55

55

50 MZFW = 58 500 kg

50

45

45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0560101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-056-A01

AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

75

75

A/C CODE V 70 WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg) MTOW = 73 500 kg 70

65

65

60

MLW = 62 500 kg

60

55

55

50 MZFW = 58 500 kg 45

50

45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0570101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-057-A01

AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

75

75

A/C CODE W 70 70

MTOW = 73 500 kg

WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg)

65

65 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

60

MLW = 62 500 kg

60

55

55

50 MZFW = 58 500 kg 45

50

45

LANDING 40 TAKE OFF

CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0580101_01_01

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-058-A01

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PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

80

80

A/C CODE X 75 WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg) 75

MTOW = 75 500 kg 70 70 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

65

65

60

MLW = 61 000 kg

60

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 57 000 kg 45 LANDING 40 TAKE OFF CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS 40 45

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0590101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-059-A01

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PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

80

80

A/C CODE Y 75 WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg) 75

MTOW = 75 500 kg 70 70 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

65

65

60

MLW = 61 000 kg

60

55

55

50

50

MZFW = 57 000 kg 45 LANDING 40 TAKE OFF CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS 40 45

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0600101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-060-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

80

80

A/C CODE Z 75 75

MTOW = 75 500 kg 70 WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg) 70 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

65

65

60

MLW = 62 500 kg

60

55

55

50 MZFW = 58 500 kg 45 LANDING 40 TAKE OFF CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

50

45

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0610101_01_01

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-061-A01

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PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

80

80

A/C CODE AA 75 WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg) 75

MTOW = 75 500 kg 70 70 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

65

65

60

MLW = 62 500 kg

60

55

55

50 MZFW = 58 500 kg 45 LANDING 40 TAKE OFF CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

50

45

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0620101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-062-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 80 A/C CODE AB 75 WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg) 75 20 30 40 50

80

MTOW = 75 500 kg 70 70 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg)

65

65

60

MLW = 62 500 kg

60

55

55

50 MZFW = 58 500 kg 45 LANDING 40 TAKE OFF CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

50

45

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0630101_01_00

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-063-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100

PERCENTAGE MAC 10 20 30 40 50

80

80

A/C CODE AC 75 MTOW = 76 500 kg 70 WEIGHT ON MAIN LANDING GEAR (x 1 000 kg) 70 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT (x 1 000 kg) 75

65

65

60

MLW = 62 500 kg

60

55

55

50 MZFW = 58 500 kg 45 LANDING 40 TAKE OFF CG FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

50

45

40

35 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98

35 100

PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT ON MAIN GEAR

N_AC_070401_1_0640101_01_01

Landing Gear Loading on Pavement FIGURE-7-4-1-991-064-A01

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7-5-0

Flexible Pavement Requirements - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Design Method

**ON A/C A319-100 Flexible Pavement Requirements - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Design Method 1. General In order to determine a particular Flexible Pavement Thickness, the Subgrade Strength (CBR), the Annual Departure Level and the weight on one Main Landing Gear must be known. In the example shown in Section 7-5-1 Flexible Pavement Requirements, A/C Code C for: a CBR value of 10 an Annual Departure Level of 25 000 the Load on one MLG of 20 000 kg (44 100 lb).

For these conditions, the Flexible Pavement Thickness is 41.4 cm (16.3 in). The line showing 10 000 Coverages is used to calculate the Aircraft Classification Number (ACN).

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Flexible Pavement Requirements - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Design Method

**ON A/C A319-100 Flexible Pavement Requirements - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Design Method 1. This section gives Flexible Pavement Requirements. NOTE : For A/C Code definition, refer to chapter 7-1-0.

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 28 900 kg (63 725 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE C 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0380101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-038-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 28 530 kg (62 900 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE D 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0390101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-039-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 450 kg (64 925 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE E 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0400101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-040-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 830 kg (65 775 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE F 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0410101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-041-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 830 kg (65 775 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE G 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0420101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-042-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 450 kg (64 925 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE H 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0430101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-043-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 730 kg (67 750 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE I 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0440101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-044-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 360 kg (66 950 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE J 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0450101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-045-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 730 kg (67 750 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE K 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0460101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-046-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 360 kg (66 950 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE L 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0470101_01_00

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SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 280 kg (68 975 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE M 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0480101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-048-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 570 kg (69 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE N 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0490101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-049-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 280 kg (68 975 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE O 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0500101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-050-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 580 kg (69 625 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE P 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

60

80

100 120

150 180

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0510101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-051-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 210 kg (71 025 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE 10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE Q 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

30 40 60 [CENTIMETERS]

80

100 120

150 180

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0520101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-052-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 420 kg (71 475 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE 10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE R 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

30 40 60 [CENTIMETERS]

80

100 120

150 180

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0530101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-053-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 250 kg (71 100 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE 10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE S 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

30 40 60 [CENTIMETERS]

80

100 120

150 180

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0540101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-054-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 210 kg (71 025 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE 10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE T 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

30 40 60 [CENTIMETERS]

80

100 120

150 180

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0550101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-055-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 420 kg (71 475 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE 10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE U 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

30 40 60 [CENTIMETERS]

80

100 120

150 180

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0560101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-056-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 33 890 kg (74 725 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE 10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE V 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

30 40 60 [CENTIMETERS]

80

100 120

150 180

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.4 bar (194 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0570101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-057-A01

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AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 60 80

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 33 820 kg (74 550 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE A/C CODE W 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20 30 40 60 80 100 120 150 180 20 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 30 40 60 80

[CENTIMETERS] FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.4 bar (194 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0580101_01_01

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-058-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 750 kg (76 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE 10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE X 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

30 40 60 [CENTIMETERS]

80

100 120

150 180

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0590101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-059-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 750 kg (76 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE 10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE Y 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

30 40 60 [CENTIMETERS]

80

100 120

150 180

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0600101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-060-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 780 kg (76 675 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE 10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE Z 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

30 40 60 [CENTIMETERS]

80

100 120

150 180

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0610101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-061-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 750 kg (76 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE 10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE AA 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

30 40 60 [CENTIMETERS]

80

100 120

150 180

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0620101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-062-A01

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AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 780 kg (76 675 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE 10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE AB 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

30 40 60 [CENTIMETERS]

80

100 120

150 180

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0630101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-063-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


SUBGRADE STRENGTH CBR 3 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80

MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 35 240 kg (77 700 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

ANNUAL DEPARTURES* 1 200 3 000 6 000 15 000 25 000 *20 YEAR PAVEMENT LIFE 10 000 COVERAGES USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS

A/C CODE AC 3 6 10 15 [INCHES] 10 15 20

ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 20 30 40 50 60 80

30 40 60 [CENTIMETERS]

80

100 120

150 180

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS 46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)
N_AC_070501_1_0640101_01_00

Flexible Pavement Requirements FIGURE-7-5-1-991-064-A01

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7-6-0

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion

**ON A/C A319-100 Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion 1. General In order to determine the airplane weight that can be accommodated on a particular Flexible Pavement, both the LCN of the pavement and the thickness (h) must be known. In the example shown in Section 7-6-1 Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion, A/C Code C for: The thickness (h) is shown at 20 inches with an LCN of 52.3. For these conditions, the weight on one Main Landing Gear is 25 000 kg (55 125 lb).

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7-6-1

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion

**ON A/C A319-100 Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion 1. This section gives Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion. NOTE : For A/C Code definition, refer to chapter 7-1-0.

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE C MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 28 900 kg (63 725 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

30

25

20 40 15 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 10

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-041-A01

60 70 80

10

20

30

40

50 60

0 80 100 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN)

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0410101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg] 5

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE D MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 28 530 kg (62 900 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

30

25

20 40 15 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 10

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-042-A01

60 70 80

10

20

30

40

50 60

0 80 100 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN)

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0420101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg] 5

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE E MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 450 kg (64 925 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

30

25

20 40 15 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 10

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-043-A01

60 70 80

10

20

30

40

50 60

0 80 100 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN)

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0430101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg] 5

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE F MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 830 kg (65 775 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

30

25

20 40 15 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 10

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-044-A01

60 70 80

10

20

30

40

50 60

0 80 100 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN)

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0440101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg] 5

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE G MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 830 kg (65 775 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

30

25

20 40 15 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 10

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-045-A01

60 70 80

10

20

30

40

50 60

0 80 100 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN)

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0450101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg] 5

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE H MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 450 kg (64 925 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-046-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE I MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 730 kg (67 750 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-047-A01

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N_AC_070601_1_0470101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE J MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 360 kg (66 925 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-048-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0480101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE K MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 730 kg (67 750 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-049-A01

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N_AC_070601_1_0490101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE L MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 360 kg (66 925 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-050-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0500101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE M MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 280 kg (68 950 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-051-A01

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N_AC_070601_1_0510101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE N MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 570 kg (69 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-052-A01

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N_AC_070601_1_0520101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE O MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 280 kg (68 950 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-053-A01

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N_AC_070601_1_0530101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE P MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 580 kg (69 625 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-054-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE Q MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 210 kg (71 000 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-055-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0550101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE R MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 420 kg (71 475 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-056-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE S MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 250 kg (71 100 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-057-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE T MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 210 kg (71 000 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-058-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE U MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 420 kg (71 475 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-059-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0590101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE V MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.4 bar (194 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 33 890 kg (74 725 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-060-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0600101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE W MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.4 bar (194 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 33 820 kg (74 550 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-061-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0610101_01_01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE X MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 750 kg (76 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-062-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0620101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE Y MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 750 kg (76 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-063-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0630101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE Z MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 780 kg (76 675 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-064-A01

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0640101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE AA MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 750 kg (76 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-065-A01

60 70 80

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0650101_01_00

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE AB MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 780 kg (76 675 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

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20 40 15 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 10

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-066-A01

60 70 80

10

20

30

40

50 60

0 80 100 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN)

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0660101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg] 5

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FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE AC MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) 35

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 35 240 kg (77 700 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

30

25

20 40 15 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 10

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion Flexible Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-6-1-991-067-A01

60 70 80

10

20

30

40

50 60

0 80 100 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN)

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT THICKNESS [INCHES]

N_AC_070601_1_0670101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg] 5

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AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-7-0

Rigid Pavement Requirements - Portland Cement Association Design Method

**ON A/C A319-100 Rigid Pavement Requirements - Portland Cement Association Design Method 1. General In order to determine a particular Rigid Pavement Thickness, the Subgrade Modulus (k), the allowable working stress and the weight on one Main Landing Gear must be known. In the example shown in Section 7-7-1 Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA), A/C Code C for: - a k value of 150 MN/m3 (550 lbf/in3) - an allowable working stress of 31.6 kgf/cm2 (450 lbf/in2) - the load on one MLG of 20 000 kg (44 100 lb). For these conditions, the Rigid Pavement Thickness is 18.9 cm (7.4 in).

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AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-7-1

Rigid Pavement Requirements - Portland Cement Association Design Method

**ON A/C A319-100 Rigid Pavement Requirements - Portland Cement Association Design Method 1. This section gives Rigid Pavement Requirements. NOTE : For A/C Code definition, refer to chapter 7-1-0.

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@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 13 32 12 30 RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 28 905 kg (63 725 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 900 1000 70

34

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE C

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0380101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-038-A01

7-7-1

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52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 13 32 12 30 RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 28 530 kg (62 900 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 900 1000 70

34

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE D

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0390101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-039-A01

7-7-1

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[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 13 32 12 30 RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 445 kg (64 925 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 900 1000 70

34

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE E

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0400101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-040-A01

7-7-1

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[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 13 32 12 30 RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 830 kg (65 775 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 900 1000 70

34

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE F

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0410101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-041-A01

7-7-1

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52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 13 32 12 30 RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 830 kg (65 775 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 900 1000 70

34

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE G

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0420101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-042-A01

7-7-1

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52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 13 32 12 30 RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 445 kg (64 925 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 900 1000 70

34

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE H

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0430101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-043-A01

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52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 735 kg (67 750 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE I

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0440101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-044-A01

7-7-1

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RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS]

52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 365 kg (66 950 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE J

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0450101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-045-A01

7-7-1

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RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS]

52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 735 kg (67 750 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE K

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0460101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-046-A01

7-7-1

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52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 365 kg (66 950 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE L

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0470101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-047-A01

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52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 280 kg (68 975 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE M

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0480101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-048-A01

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52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 565 kg (69 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE N

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0490101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-049-A01

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52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 280 kg (68 975 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE O

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0500101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-050-A01

7-7-1

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52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 580 kg (69 625 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE P

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0510101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-051-A01

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[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 210 kg (71 025 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE Q

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0520101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-052-A01

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52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

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**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 420 kg (71 475 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE R

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0530101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-053-A01

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[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

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**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 245 kg (71 100 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE S

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0540101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-054-A01

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[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

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**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 210 kg (71 025 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE T

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0550101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-055-A01

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52

[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

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**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) 14 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 420 kg (71 475 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 1000 70

34 13 32 12 30

900

58 800

28

11

700 45

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

39 500

A/C CODE U

33

20

400 27

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0560101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-056-A01

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[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

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**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.4 bar (194 psi) MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 70 1000 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 33 895 kg (74 725 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 900 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 58 12 30 ALLOWABLE WORKING STRESS RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] 52 28 11 700 45 10 K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m 600 [kg/cm] 39 500 A/C CODE V 33 27 20 [lb/in] 800

14

34 13 32

26

24 9 22

[INCHES]

20

400

18

300

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0570101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-057-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.4 bar (194 psi) MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 1000 70 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 33 820 kg (74 550 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 900 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 60 800

14

34 13 32 12 30

28

11

700

50

10

24 9 22

K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m

600

[lb/in]

26

40

500 A/C CODE W 30

20

400

18

300

20

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0580101_01_01

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-058-A01

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[INCHES]

[kg/cm]

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 70 1000 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 745 kg (76 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 900 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 58 12 30 ALLOWABLE WORKING STRESS RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] 52 28 11 700 45 10 K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m 600 [kg/cm] 39 500 A/C CODE X 33 27 20 [lb/in] 800

14

34 13 32

26

24 9 22

[INCHES]

20

400

18

300

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0590101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-059-A01

7-7-1

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**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 70 1000 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 745 kg (76 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 900 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 58 12 30 ALLOWABLE WORKING STRESS RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] 52 28 11 700 45 10 K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m 600 [kg/cm] 39 500 A/C CODE Y 33 27 20 [lb/in] 800

14

34 13 32

26

24 9 22

[INCHES]

20

400

18

300

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0600101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-060-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 70 1000 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 780 kg (76 675 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 900 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 58 12 30 ALLOWABLE WORKING STRESS RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] 52 28 11 700 45 10 K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m 600 [kg/cm] 39 500 A/C CODE Z 33 27 20 [lb/in] 800

14

34 13 32

26

24 9 22

[INCHES]

20

400

18

300

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0610101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-061-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 70 1000 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 745 kg (76 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 900 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 58 12 30 ALLOWABLE WORKING STRESS RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] 52 28 11 700 45 10 K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m 600 [kg/cm] 39 500 A/C CODE AA 33 27 20 [lb/in] 800

14

34 13 32

26

24 9 22

[INCHES]

20

400

18

300

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0620101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-062-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 70 1000 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 780 kg (76 675 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 900 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 58 12 30 ALLOWABLE WORKING STRESS RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] 52 28 11 700 45 10 K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m 600 [kg/cm] 39 500 A/C CODE AB 33 27 20 [lb/in] 800

14

34 13 32

26

24 9 22

[INCHES]

20

400

18

300

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0630101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-063-A01

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**ON A/C A319-100


46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 70 1000 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 35 240 kg (77 700 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 900 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb) 58 12 30 ALLOWABLE WORKING STRESS RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS [CENTIMETERS] 52 28 11 700 45 10 K = 20 MN/m K = 40 MN/m K = 80 MN/m K = 150 MN/m 600 [kg/cm] 39 500 A/C CODE AC 33 27 20 [lb/in] 800

14

34 13 32

26

24 9 22

[INCHES]

20

400

18

300

16 6 NOTE: THE VALUES OBTAINED BY USING THE MAXIMUM LOAD REFERENCE LINE AND ANY VALUES FOR K ARE EXACT. FOR LOADS LESS THAN MAXIMUM, THE CURVES ARE EXACT FOR K = 80 MN/m BUT DEVIATE SLIGHTLY FOR ANY OTHER VALUES OF K 200 REFERENCE: "DESIGN OF CONCRETE AIRPORT PAVEMENTS" AND "COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN PROGRAM PDILB" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

N_AC_070701_1_0640101_01_00

Rigid Pavement Requirements (PCA) FIGURE-7-7-1-991-064-A01

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7-8-1

Radius of Relative Stiffness

**ON A/C A319-100 Radius of Relative Stiffness 1. This section gives Radius of Relative Stiffness.

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**ON A/C A319-100

RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (L) VALUES IN INCHES

L=

Ed 12 (1

3 2

)k

= 24.1652
6

d k

WHERE E = YOUNGS MODULUS = 4 x 10 psi k = SUBGRADE MODULUS, lb/in = POISSONS RATIO = 0.15
3

d = RIGID PAVEMENT THICKNESS, (in)

d 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.5 10.0 10.5 11.0 11.5 12.0 12.5 13.0 13.5 14.0 14.5 15.0 15.5 16.0 16.5 17.0 17.5 18.0 19.0 20.0 21.0 22.0 23.0 24.0 25.0

k=75 31.48 33.43 35.34 37.22 39.06 40.88 42.67 44.43 46.18 47.90 49.60 51.28 52.94 54.59 56.22 57.83 59.43 61.02 62.59 64.15 65.69 67.23 68.75 70.26 71.76 74.73 77.66 80.55 83.41 86.24 89.04 91.81

k=100 29.30 31.11 32.89 34.63 36.35 38.04 39.71 41.35 42.97 44.57 46.16 47.72 49.27 50.80 52.32 53.82 55.31 56.78 58.25 59.70 61.13 62.56 63.98 65.38 66.78 69.54 72.27 74.96 77.63 80.26 82.86 85.44

k=150 26.47 28.11 29.72 31.29 32.85 34.37 35.88 37.36 38.83 40.28 41.71 43.12 44.52 45.90 47.27 48.63 49.98 51.31 52.63 53.94 55.24 56.53 57.81 59.08 60.34 62.84 65.30 67.74 70.14 72.52 74.87 77.20

k=200 24.63 26.16 27.65 29.12 30.57 31.99 33.39 34.77 36.14 37.48 38.81 40.13 41.43 42.72 43.99 45.26 46.51 47.75 48.98 50.20 51.41 52.61 53.80 54.98 56.15 58.48 60.77 63.04 65.28 67.49 69.68 71.84

k=250 23.30 24.74 26.15 27.54 28.91 30.25 31.58 32.89 34.17 35.45 36.71 37.95 39.18 40.40 41.61 42.80 43.98 45.16 46.32 47.47 48.62 49.75 50.88 52.00 53.11 55.31 57.47 59.62 61.73 63.83 65.90 67.95

k=300 22.26 23.64 24.99 26.32 27.62 28.91 30.17 31.42 32.65 33.87 35.07 36.26 37.44 38.60 39.75 40.89 42.02 43.15 44.26 45.36 46.45 47.54 48.61 49.68 50.74 52.84 54.91 56.96 58.98 60.98 62.96 64.92

k=350 21.42 22.74 24.04 25.32 26.58 27.81 29.03 30.23 31.42 32.59 33.75 34.89 36.02 37.14 38.25 39.35 40.44 41.51 42.58 43.64 44.70 45.74 46.77 47.80 48.82 50.84 52.84 54.81 56.75 58.68 60.58 62.46

k=400 20.72 22.00 23.25 24.49 25.70 26.90 28.08 29.24 30.39 31.52 32.64 33.74 34.84 35.92 36.99 38.06 39.11 40.15 41.19 42.21 43.23 44.24 45.24 46.23 47.22 49.17 51.10 53.01 54.89 56.75 58.59 60.41

k=550 19.13 20.31 21.47 22.61 23.74 24.84 25.93 27.00 28.06 29.11 30.14 32.16 32.17 33.17 34.16 35.14 36.12 37.08 38.03 38.98 39.92 40.85 41.78 42.70 43.61 45.41 47.19 48.95 50.69 52.41 54.11 55.79

N_AC_070801_1_0020101_01_02

Radius of Relative Stiffness (Reference: Portland Cement Association) FIGURE-7-8-1-991-002-A01

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7-8-2

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion

**ON A/C A319-100 Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion 1. General In order to determine the airplane weight that can be accommodated on a particular Rigid Pavement, both the LCN of the pavement and the Radius of Relative Stiffness (L) must be known. In the example shown in this section Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion, A/C Code C for: - The Radius of Relative Stiffness is shown at 762 mm (30 in) with an LCN of 56. For these conditions, the weight on one Main Landing Gear is 25 000 kg (55 125 lb). NOTE : For A/C Code definition, refer to chapter 7-1-0.

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**ON A/C A319-100

RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE C MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 35 30 25 20 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 28 900 kg (63 725 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) 90 RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-041-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0410101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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**ON A/C A319-100

RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE D MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 35 30 25 20 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 28 530 kg (62 900 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) 90 RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-042-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0420101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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**ON A/C A319-100

RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE E MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 35 30 25 20 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 450 kg (64 925 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) 90 RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-043-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0430101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE F MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 35 30 25 20 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 830 kg (65 775 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) 90 RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-044-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0440101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE G MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 35 30 25 20 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 830 kg (65 775 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) 90 RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-045-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0450101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE H MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) 35 30 25 20 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 29 450 kg (64 925 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) 90 RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-046-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0460101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE I MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 35 30 25 20 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 730 kg (67 750 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) 90 RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-047-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0470101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE J MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 35 30 25 20 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 360 kg (66 925 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) 90 RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-048-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0480101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE K MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 35 30 25 20 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 730 kg (67 750 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) 90 RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-049-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0490101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE L MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) 35 30 25 20 WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 30 360 kg (66 925 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) 90 RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-050-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0500101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE M MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 280 kg (68 950 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-051-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0510101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE N MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 570 kg (69 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-052-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0520101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE O MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 280 kg (68 950 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-053-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0530101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE P MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 31 580 kg (69 625 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-054-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0540101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE Q MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 210 kg (71 000 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-055-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0550101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE R MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 420 kg (71 475 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-056-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0560101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE S MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 250 kg (71 100 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-057-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0570101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE T MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 210 kg (71 000 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-058-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0580101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE U MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 32 420 kg (71 475 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-059-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0590101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE V MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.4 bar (194 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 33 890 kg (74 725 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-060-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0600101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 750 80 MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG A/C CODE W 70 60 50 1 000 1 250 1 500 1 750 2 000 2 500

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.4 bar (194 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 33 820 kg (74 550 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-061-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0610101_01_01

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE X MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 750 kg (76 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-062-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0620101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE Y MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 750 kg (76 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-063-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0630101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE Z MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 780 kg (76 675 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

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EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-064-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0640101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE AA MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 750 kg (76 600 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-065-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0650101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

7-8-2

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RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE AB MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 34 780 kg (76 675 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-066-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0660101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

7-8-2

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**ON A/C A319-100

RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS (mm) 80 70 60 50 A/C CODE AC MAXIMUM POSSIBLE MAIN GEAR LOAD AT MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT AND AFT CG 508 762 1 016 1 270 1 778 2 540

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi)

35 30 25 20

WEIGHT ON ONE MAIN LANDING GEAR 35 240 kg (77 700 lb) 25 000 kg (55 125 lb) 20 000 kg (44 100 lb) 15 000 kg (33 075 lb) 10 000 kg (22 050 lb)

40 30 20 10 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 30 40 50 60 70 80 LOAD CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (LCN) RADIUS OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS [INCHES] 15 10 5 0 90

@A319

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 lb]

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Rigid Pavement Requirements - LCN Conversion FIGURE-7-8-2-991-067-A01

N_AC_070802_1_0670101_01_00

NOTE: EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOADS ARE DERIVED BY METHODS SHOWN IN ICAO AERODROME MANUAL PART 2 PAR 4.1.3 Second Edition 1965

EQUIVALENT SINGLE WHEEL LOAD [1 000 kg]

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AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-8-3

Radius of Relative Stiffness (Other values of E and L)

**ON A/C A319-100 Radius of Relative Stiffness (Other values of E and L) 1. General The table of Section 7-8-1, Radius of Relative Stiffness, presents L values based on Youngs Modulus (E) of 4 000 000 psi and Poissons Ratio () of 0.15. To find L values based on other values of E and , see Section 7-8-4. For example, to find an L value based on an E of 3 000 000 psi, the E factor of 0.931 is multiplied by the L value found in the table of Section 7-8-1. The effect of variations of on the L value is treated in a similar manner.

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AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-8-4

Radius of Relative Stiffness

**ON A/C A319-100 Radius of Relative Stiffness 1. This section gives Radius of Relative Stiffness.

7-8-4

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AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


EFFECT OF E ON L VALUES 1.10

1.05

E FACTOR

1.00

0.95

0.90

0.85

0.80 0 1 2 3 4 5 E, Youngs Modulus (10 , PSI) EFFECT OF 1.015 ON L VALUES

1.010 FACTOR

1.005

1.000

0.995 0.00

0.05

0.10

0.15

0.20

0.25

, Poissons Ratio NOTE: BOTH CURVES ON THIS PAGE ARE USED TO ADJUST THE L VALUES OF TABLE 781

N_AC_070804_1_0020101_01_02

Radius of Relative Stiffness (Effect E and on L values) FIGURE-7-8-4-991-002-A01

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AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-9-0

ACN/PCN Reporting System

**ON A/C A319-100 ACN/PCN Reporting System 1. General To determine the ACN of an aircraft on flexible or rigid pavement, both the aircraft gross weight and the subgrade strength must be known. In the example shown in Section 7-9-1 Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement, A/C Code C, for an aircraft gross weight of 55 000 kg (121 250 lb) and low subgrade strength (code C), the ACN for the flexible pavement is 29.9. In the example shown in Section 7-9-2 Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement, A/C Code C, for an aircraft gross weight of 55 000 kg (121 250 lb) and medium subgrade strength (code B), the ACN for the rigid pavement is 30.8. NOTE : An aircraft with an ACN equal to or less than the reported PCN can operate on that pavement, subject to any limitation on the tire pressure. (Ref.: ICAO Aerodrome Design Manual Part 3, Chapter 1, Second Edition 1983).

7-9-0

Page 1 Jun 01/12

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AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-9-1

Aircraft Classification Number - Flexible Pavement

**ON A/C A319-100 Aircraft Classification Number - Flexible Pavement 1. This section gives the Aircraft Classification Number - Flexible Pavement. NOTE : For A/C Code definition, refer to chapter 7-1-0.

7-9-1

Page 1 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 40 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 39 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE C

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-051-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45

A/C CODE C 50 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 55 60 65

N_AC_070901_1_0510101_01_00

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**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 40 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE D

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-052-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45

A/C CODE D 50 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 55 60 65

N_AC_070901_1_0520101_01_00

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**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 40 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE E

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-053-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45

A/C CODE E 50 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 55 60 65

N_AC_070901_1_0530101_01_00

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**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 40 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 39 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE F

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-054-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45

A/C CODE F 50 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 55 60 65

N_AC_070901_1_0540101_01_00

Page 5 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 40 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 39 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE G

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-055-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45

A/C CODE G 50 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 55 60 65

N_AC_070901_1_0550101_01_00

Page 6 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 40 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE H

143

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-056-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45

A/C CODE H 50 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 55 60 65

N_AC_070901_1_0560101_01_00

Page 7 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 40 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 38.8 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE I

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-057-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE I 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070901_1_0570101_01_00

Page 8 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 40 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE J

152

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-058-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE J 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070901_1_0580101_01_00

Page 9 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 40 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 38.8 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE K

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-059-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE K 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070901_1_0590101_01_00

Page 10 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 40 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE L

152

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-060-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE L 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070901_1_0600101_01_00

Page 11 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 40 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE M

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-061-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE M 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070901_1_0610101_01_00

Page 12 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 45 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 38.1 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE N

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-062-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE N 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070901_1_0620101_01_00

Page 13 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 45 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE O

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-063-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE O 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070901_1_0630101_01_00

Page 14 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 45 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 38.1 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE P

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-064-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE P 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070901_1_0640101_01_00

Page 15 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 45 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE Q

104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-065-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE Q 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070901_1_0650101_01_00

Page 16 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 45 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 37.5 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE R

104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165

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AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-066-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE R 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070901_1_0660101_01_00

Page 17 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 45 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE S

104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-067-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE S 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070901_1_0670101_01_00

Page 18 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 45 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE T

104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165

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@A319

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-068-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE T 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070901_1_0680101_01_00

Page 19 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 45 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 37.5 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE U

104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165

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@A319

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-069-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE U 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070901_1_0690101_01_00

Page 20 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.4 bar (194 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 45 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 82 86 90 95 99

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36.52 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE V

104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165

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@A319

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-070-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE V 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070901_1_0700101_01_00

Page 21 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.4 bar (194 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 80 50 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 45 SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH) 90 100 110 120 130 140 150

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE W

160

40

@A319

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-071-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE W

55 (x 1 000 kg)

60 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT

N_AC_070901_1_0710101_01_01

65

70

75

Page 22 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 55 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 50 82 86 90 95

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE X

99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165 170 174

45

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH)

@A319

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-072-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE X 55 60 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 65 70 75 80

N_AC_070901_1_0720101_01_00

Page 23 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 55 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 50 82 86 90 95

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE Y

99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165 170 174

45

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH)

@A319

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-073-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE Y 55 60 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 65 70 75 80

N_AC_070901_1_0730101_01_00

Page 24 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 55 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 50 82 86 90 95

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE Z

99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165 170 174

45

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH)

@A319

40

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-074-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE Z 55 60 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 65 70 75 80

N_AC_070901_1_0740101_01_00

Page 25 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 55 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 50 82 86 90 95

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE AA

99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165 170 174

45

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH)

@A319

40

35

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-075-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE AA 55 60 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 65 70 75 80

N_AC_070901_1_0750101_01_00

Page 26 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 55 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 50 82 86 90 95

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE AB

99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165 170 174

45

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH)

@A319

40

35

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-076-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE AB 55 60 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 65 70 75 80

N_AC_070901_1_0760101_01_00

Page 27 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 55 ALPHA FACTOR = 0.9 50 82 86 90 95

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE AC

99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165 170 174

45

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D CBR 3 (ULTRA LOW) C CBR 6 (LOW) B CBR 10 (MEDIUM) A CBR 15 (HIGH)

@A319

40

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Flexible Pavement FIGURE-7-9-1-991-077-A01

7-9-1
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE AC 55 60 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 65 70 75 80

N_AC_070901_1_0770101_01_00

Page 28 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

7-9-2

Aircraft Classification Number - Rigid Pavement

**ON A/C A319-100 Aircraft Classification Number - Rigid Pavement 1. This section gives the Aircraft Classification Number - Rigid Pavement. NOTE : For A/C Code definition, refer to chapter 7-1-0.

7-9-2

Page 1 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 82 86 90 95 99 45 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 39 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE C

143

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-050-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45

A/C CODE C 50 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 55 60 65

N_AC_070902_1_0500101_01_00

Page 2 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 82 86 90 95 99 45 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE D

143

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-051-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45

A/C CODE D 50 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 55 60 65

N_AC_070902_1_0510101_01_00

Page 3 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 82 86 90 95 99 45 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE E

143

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-052-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45

A/C CODE E 50 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 55 60 65

N_AC_070902_1_0520101_01_00

Page 4 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 82 86 90 95 99 45 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 39 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE F

143

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-053-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45

A/C CODE F 50 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 55 60 65

N_AC_070902_1_0530101_01_00

Page 5 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 82 86 90 95 99 45 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 39 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE G

143

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-054-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45

A/C CODE G 50 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 55 60 65

N_AC_070902_1_0540101_01_00

Page 6 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 11.9 bar (173 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 82 86 90 95 99 45 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE H

143

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-055-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45

A/C CODE H 50 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 55 60 65

N_AC_070902_1_0550101_01_00

Page 7 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 82 86 90 95 99 45 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 38.8 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE I

152

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-056-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE I 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070902_1_0560101_01_00

Page 8 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 82 86 90 95 99 45 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE J

152

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-057-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE J 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070902_1_0570101_01_00

Page 9 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 82 86 90 95 99 45 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 38.8 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE K

152

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-058-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE K 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070902_1_0580101_01_00

Page 10 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 82 86 90 95 99 45 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE L

152

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-059-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE L 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070902_1_0590101_01_00

Page 11 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE M

152

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-060-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE M 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070902_1_0600101_01_00

Page 12 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 38.1 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE N

152

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-061-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE N 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070902_1_0610101_01_00

Page 13 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE O

152

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SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

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AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-062-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE O 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070902_1_0620101_01_00

Page 14 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.5 bar (181 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 45 82 86 90 95 99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 38.1 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE P

152

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-063-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE P 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70

N_AC_070902_1_0630101_01_00

Page 15 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 82 86 90 95 99

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE Q

104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165

45

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-064-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE Q 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070902_1_0640101_01_00

Page 16 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 82 86 90 95 99

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 37.5 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE R

104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165

45

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-065-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE R 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070902_1_0650101_01_00

Page 17 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 82 86 90 95 99

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE S

104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165

45

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-066-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE S 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070902_1_0660101_01_00

Page 18 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 82 86 90 95 99

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE T

104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165

45

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-067-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE T 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070902_1_0670101_01_00

Page 19 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 12.9 bar (187 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 82 86 90 95 99

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 37.5 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE U

104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165

45

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-068-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE U 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070902_1_0680101_01_00

Page 20 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.4 bar (194 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 50 82 86 90 95 99

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36.52 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE V

104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165

45

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-069-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE V 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070902_1_0690101_01_00

Page 21 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.4 bar (194 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 80 50 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE W

45

40

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

35

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 30 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-070-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50

A/C CODE W 55 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 60 65 70 75

N_AC_070902_1_0700101_01_01

Page 22 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 55 82 86 90 95

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE X

99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165 170 174

50

45

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

40

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-071-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50 55

A/C CODE X 60 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 65 70 75 80

N_AC_070902_1_0710101_01_00

Page 23 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 55 82 86 90 95

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE Y

99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165 170 174

50

45

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

40

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-072-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50 55

A/C CODE Y 60 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 65 70 75 80

N_AC_070902_1_0720101_01_00

Page 24 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 55 82 86 90 95

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE Z

99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165 170 174

50

45

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

40

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-073-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50 55

A/C CODE Z 60 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 65 70 75 80

N_AC_070902_1_0730101_01_00

Page 25 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 55 82 86 90 95

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE AA

99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165 170 174

50

45

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

40

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-074-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50 55

A/C CODE AA 60 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 65 70 75 80

N_AC_070902_1_0740101_01_00

Page 26 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 55 82 86 90 95

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE AB

99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165 170 174

50

45

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

40

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-075-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50 55

A/C CODE AB 60 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 65 70 75 80

N_AC_070902_1_0750101_01_00

Page 27 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

46 x 17 R20 (46 x 1620) TIRES TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT AT 13.8 bar (200 psi) (x 1 000 lb) 77 55 82 86 90 95

ACN WAS DETERMINED AS REFERENCED IN ICAO AERODROME DESIGN MANUAL PART 3 CHAPTER 1 SECOND EDITION 1983. CG USED FOR ACN CALCULATIONS: 36 % MAC. SEE SECTION 741 LANDING GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT A/C CODE AC

99 104 108 112 117 121 126 130 134 139 143 148 152 157 161 165 170 174

50

45

SUBGRADE STRENGTH D K = 20 MN/m (ULTRA LOW) C K = 40 MN/m (LOW) B K = 80 MN/m (MEDIUM) A K = 150 MN/m (HIGH)

@A319

40

35

30

AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER (ACN) 25 20

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

Aircraft Classification Number -- Rigid Pavement FIGURE-7-9-2-991-077-A01

7-9-2
15 35 40 45 50 55

A/C CODE AC 60 (x 1 000 kg) AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT 65 70 75 80

N_AC_070902_1_0770101_01_00

Page 28 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

SCALED DRAWINGS 8-0-0 SCALED DRAWINGS

**ON A/C A319-100 Scaled Drawings 1. This section provides the scaled drawings. NOTE : When printing this drawing, make sure to adjust for proper scaling.

8-0-0

Page 1 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

50 40 0 10 FEET 20 30

5 10 METERS

15

0 0

10

FEET 20 30 5 10 METERS

40

50 15

NOTE: WHEN PRINTING THIS DRAWING, MAKE SURE TO ADJUST FOR PROPER SCALING.
N_AC_080000_1_0020101_01_00

Scaled Drawing FIGURE-8-0-0-991-002-A01

8-0-0

Page 2 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

AIRCRAFT RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING 10-0-0 AIRCRAFT RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING

**ON A/C A319-100 Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting 1. Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Charts This sections gives data related to aircraft rescue and fire fighting. The figures contained in this section are the figures that are in the Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Charts poster available for download on AIRBUSWorld and the Airbus website.

10-0-0

Page 1 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

N_AC_100000_1_0010201_01_00

Front Page FIGURE-10-0-0-991-001-B01

10-0-0

Page 2 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

N_AC_100000_1_0020201_01_00

Highly Flammable and Hazardous Materials and Components FIGURE-10-0-0-991-002-B01

10-0-0

Page 3 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

N_AC_100000_1_0030101_01_00

Wheel Safety Area (Sheet 1 of 2) FIGURE-10-0-0-991-003-A01

10-0-0

Page 4 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

N_AC_100000_1_0030102_01_00

Wheel Safety Area Recommendations (Sheet 2 of 2) FIGURE-10-0-0-991-003-A01

10-0-0

Page 5 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

N_AC_100000_1_0040201_01_00

Composite Materials FIGURE-10-0-0-991-004-B01

10-0-0

Page 6 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

N_AC_100000_1_0050101_01_00

LG Ground Lock Safety Devices FIGURE-10-0-0-991-005-A01

10-0-0

Page 7 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100


C L

N_AC_100000_1_0060201_01_00

Evacuation/Escape Slide/Raft FIGURE-10-0-0-991-006-B01

10-0-0

Page 8 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

N_AC_100000_1_0070101_01_00

Pax/Crew Doors FIGURE-10-0-0-991-007-A01

10-0-0

Page 9 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

N_AC_100000_1_0080201_01_00

Emergency Exit Hatch FIGURE-10-0-0-991-008-B01

10-0-0

Page 10 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

198CB 134AR /154AR

N_AC_100000_1_0090101_01_00

FWD and AFT Lower Deck Cargo Doors FIGURE-10-0-0-991-009-A01

10-0-0

Page 11 Jun 01/12

**ON A/C A319-100

B C D

E
EXT PWR FLT INT
108VU

NOT IN USE

AVAIL

CKPT CALL

AGENT 1

AGENT 2

APU
FIRE
SQUIB
PUSH

AGENT 1
SQUIB DISCH
ELT

AGENT 2

ADIRU & APU FIRE AVNCS VENT

SQUIB DISCH DISCH DISCH

SQUIB

ENG
AGENT
SQUIB DISCH

1
FIRE
TEST
PUSH

ENG
TEST

2
FIRE

LIGHT TEST CKPT CALL

RESET APU SHUT OFF

F I R E
TEST
PUSH

F I R E

@A319

A
COMMERCIAL DC BUS 1
FAULT FAULT OFF

BAT 1 DC BUS 2 V
FAULT ALTN

1 AC ESS FEED

BAT

BAT 2

35VU

22VU

CARGO
HOT AIR AFT ISOL VALVE

OFF
OFF

V AC BUS 1 BUS TIE IDG 2


FAULT

FAULT OFF

FAULT OFF

Control Panels FIGURE-10-0-0-991-012-A01


GALY & CAB A U T OFF O AC ESS BUS AC BUS 2 IDG 1
OFF
AFT

E L E C
GEN 1 GEN 2
FAULT OFF FAULT FAULT OFF OFF ON FAULT AVAIL

APU GEN

A U T O EXT PWR

E L E C
DISCH FWD

COLD

HOT

CARGO SMOKE
AFT TEST

DISCH

SMOKE DISCH

SMOKE DISCH

VENTILATION
BLOWER EXTRACT CAB FANS

AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

10-0-0
B
ANTI ICE
WING UP
FAULT ON FAULT ON ON ON ON FAULT FAULT

FAULT OVRD

FAULT OVRD

A U T O

A U T O

OFF

ENG 1

ENG 2

PROBE/WINDOW HEAT
MAN V/S CTL MODE SEL A U T O ON A U T O

CABIN PRESS

LDG ELEV AUTO

25VU DITCHING
1

ENG
MAIN START 2

ON

ON

ON

BEACON MASTER SW
FAULT ON

EXT LT
WING ON NAV & LOGO ON

APU

WIPER BRT DIM ANN LT


OFF

OVHD INTEG LT INT LT STBY COMPASS DOME

RAIN RPLNT TEST BRT


MASTER1
SLOW

STROBE ON

ENG
ON

MASTER2 ON

A U T O OFF L ON OFF RETRACT OFF OFF TAXI T.O


AVAIL ON

OFF

BRT

OFF OFF

DIM

FAST

OFF

ENG 1
CRANK

MODE NORM

OFF LAND R NOSE

OFF START

IGN START

ENG 2

OFF

SIGNS
EMER EXIT LT ON ARM
OFF

FIRE FAULT

FIRE FAULT

OFF RWY TURN OFF ON

SEAT BELTS NO SMOKING ON ON A U T O OFF OFF

OFF

N_AC_100000_1_0120101_01_00

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@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

315AL

316AR

N_AC_100000_1_0130101_01_00

APU Access Door FIGURE-10-0-0-991-013-A01

10-0-0

Page 13 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

N_AC_100000_1_0140201_01_00

Aircraft Ground Clearances FIGURE-10-0-0-991-014-B01

10-0-0

Page 14 Jun 01/12

@A319
AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS - AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING

**ON A/C A319-100

N_AC_100000_1_0150101_01_00

Structural Break-in Points FIGURE-10-0-0-991-015-A01

10-0-0

Page 15 Jun 01/12