4.0 GROUND MANEUVERING 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.

5 General Information Turning Radii, No Slip Angle Minimum Turning Radii Runway and Taxiway Turn Paths Runway Holding Bay (Apron)

4.0 GROUND MANEUVERING
4.1 General Information 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.

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TURNING RADII DEPICTED REPRESENT THEORETICAL GEOMETRIC TURN CENTERS.

-TURNING CENTER (TYPICAL) FOR NOSE GEAR TURNING ANGLE AS SHOWN STEERING ANGLE DEGREES (TYP)

R6

NOTE: ACTUAL OPERATING DATA WILL BE GREATER THAN VALUES SHOWN SINCE TI RE SLIPPAGE IS NOT CONSIDERED IN THESE CALCULATIONS. CONSULT AIRLINE FOR OPERATING PROCEDURES. *R-3 IS MEASURED
STEERING ANGLE (DEGREES) R-1 R-2 R-3* R-4

TO OUTSIDE
R-5

TIRE FT 108.0 81.7 76.5 72.3 68.8 65.8 63.3 61.1 58.5

FACE.
R-6

30 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 82 MAXIMUM

FT 67.5 35.5 28.5 22.4 17.0 12.2 7.7 3.5 -2.0

M 20.6 10.8 8.7 6.8 5.2 3.7 2.3 1.1 -0.6

FT 83.8 51.8 44.8 38.7 33.4 28.5 24.1 19.9 14.3

M 25.5 15.8 13.7 11.8 10.2 8.7 7.3 6.1 4.4

FT 88.1 62.6 57.8 54.1 51.2 49.0 47.3 46.0 44.9

M 26.9 19.1 17.6 16.5 15.6 14.9 14.4 14.0 13.7

FT
120.9 89.2 82.2 76.2 70.9 66.1 61.8 57.7 52.2

M 36.9 27.2 25.1 23.2 21.6 20.1 18.8 17.6 15.9

FT 91.4 67.3 63.0 59.7 57.1 55.1 53.7 52.6 51.6

M 27.9 20.5 19.2 18.2 17.4 16.8 16.4 16.0 15.7

M 32.9 24.9 23.3 22.0 21.0 20.1 19.3 18.6 17.8

4.2

TURNI NG RAD II, NO SLI PANGLE MODEL DC-9-1S
60
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TURNING RADII DEPICTED REPRESENT THEORETICAL GEOMETRIC TURN CENTERS.

~--TURNING CENTER (TYPICAL) FOR NOSE GEAR TURNING ANG LE AS SHOWN

NOTE: ACTUAL OPERATING DATA WILL BE GREATER THAN VALUES SHOWN SINCE TIRE SLIPPAGE IS NOT CONSIDERED IN THESE CALCULATIONS. CONSULT AI RLiNE FOR OPERATING PROCEDURES
STEERING ANGLE (DEGREES)

*R-3 IS MEASURED

TO OUTSIDE

TIRE FACE

R·1
FT M FT

R-2
M FT

R-3*

R-4
FT M FT

R-5
M FT

R-6
M

M

30 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 82 MAXIMUM

67.5 35.5 28.5 22.4 17.0 12.2 7.7 3.5 -2.0

20.6 10.8 8.7 6.8 5.2 3.7 2.3 1.1 -0.6

83.8 51.8 44.8 38.8 33.4 28.5 24.1 19.9 14.3

25.5 15.8 13.7 11.8 10.2

88.1 62.6 57.8 54.1 51.2

26.9 19_1 17.6 16.5 15.6 14_9 14.4 14.0 13.7

122.9 91.2 84.2 78.2 72.9 68.2 63.8 59.7 54.2

37.5 27.8 25.7 23.8 22.2 20.8 19.4 18.2 16.5

91.4 67.3 63.0 59.7 57.1 55.1 53.7 52.6 51.6

27.9 20.5 19.2 18.2 17.4 16.8 16.4 16.0 15.7

108.0 81.7 76.5 72.3 68.7 65.8 63.2 61.1 58.5

32.9 24.9 23.3 22.0 20.9 20.1 19.3 18.6 17.8

8.7 49_0 7_3 47_3 6.1 46.0 4.4 44.9

4.2

TURN I NG RAD II, NO SLI PANGLE MODEL DC-9-21
61

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TURNING RADII DEPICTED REPRESENT THEORETICAL GEOMETRIC TURN CENTERS.

TURNING CENTER (TYPICAL). FOR NOSE GEAR TURNING ANG LE AS SHOWN .

_-

STEERING ANGLE DEGREES (TYP)

R5

R6

~~~~~L OPERATING DATA WILL BE GREATER THAN VALUES SHOWN SINCE l;IRE SLIPPAGE IS NOT CONSIDERED IN THESE CALCULATIONS. CONSULT AIRLINE FOR OPERATING PROCEDURES.
STEERING ANGLE (DEGREES) R-l

j
R-2

R4

~----R-3*

*R-3 IS MEASURED
R-4

TO OUTSIDE
R·5

TIRE FACE
R·S

30 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 82 MAXIMUM

FT 83.9 45.0 36.4 29.1 22.5 16.6 11.2 6.1 -0.7

M 25.6 13.7 11.1 8.9 6.9 5.1 3.4 1.9 -0.2

FT 100.3 61.3 52.8 45.4 38.9 33.0 27.5 22.4 15.6

M 30.6 18.7 16.1 13.8 11.9 10.1 8.4 6.8 4.8

FT 107.1 76.0 70.2 65.7 62.2 59.5 57.4 55.8 54.5

M 32.6 23.1 21.4 20.0 19.0 18.1 17.5 17.0 16.6

FT 139.3 100.6 92.1 84.8 78.3 12.5 67.2 62.2 55.5

M 42.5 30.7 28.1 25.8 23.9 22.1 20.5 19.0 16.9

FT
110.3 80.7 75.4 71.2 68.1 65.6 63.8 62.4 61.2

M 33.6 24.6 23.0 21.7 20.8 20.0 19.4 19.0 18.7

FT 125.0 92.5 86.0 80.8 76.4 72.8 69.7 67.0 64.0

M 38.1 28.2 26.2 24.6 23.3 22.2 21.2 20.4 19.5

4.2

TURNING RADII, NO SLIP ANGLE MODEL DC-9-32
62
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TURNING RADII DEPICTED REPRESENT THEORETICAL GEOMETRIC TURN CENTERS.

TURNING CENTER (TYPICAL) FOR NOSE GEAR TURNING ANG LE AS SHOWN

STEERING ANGLE DEGREES (TYP)

R6

NOTE: ACTUAL OPERATING DATA WILL BE GREATER THAN VALUES SHOWN SINCE TI RE SLIPPAGE IS NOT CONSIDERED IN THESE CALCULATIONS. CONSULT AIRLINE FOR OPERATING PROCEDURES.
STEERING ANGLE (DEGREES) R·1 R·2 R-3*

*R-3 IS MEASURED
R·4

TO OUTSIDE
R-5

TIRE FACE
R·6

30 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 82 MAXIMUM

FT 89.3 48.2 39.1 31.3 24.4 18.2 12.4 7.1 -0.1

M 27.2 14.7 11.9 9.5 7.4 5.5 3.8 2.2 -0.03

FT 105.3 64.2 55.2 47.4 40.4 34.2 28.5 23.1 15.9

M 32.1 19.6 16.8 14.4 12.3 10.4 8.7 7.0 4.8

FT 113.2 80.3 74.2 69.4 65.7 62.8 60.6 59.0 57.5

M 34.5 24.5 22.6 21.2 20.0 19.1 18.5 18.0 17.5

FT 144.5 103.6 94.6 86.9 80.1 73.9 68.3 63.0 56.0

M 44.0 31.6 28.8 26.5 24.4 22.5 20.8 19.2 17.1

FT 116.4 85.0 79.3 74.9 71.6 68.9 67.0 65.5 64.3

M 35.5 25.9 24.2 22.8 21.8 21.0 20.4 20.0 19.6

FT 131.2 96.9 90.1 84.6 80.1 76.3 73.0 70.3 67.2

M 40.0 29.5 27.5 25.8 24.4 23.3 22.3 21.4 20.5

4.2

TURN I NG RAD II, NO SLI PANGLE MODEL DC-9-41
63

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TURNING RADII DEPICTED REPRESENT THEORETICAL GEOMETRIC TURN CENTERS.

TURNING CENTER (TYPICAL) FOR NOSE GEAR TURNING ANG LE AS SHOWN

STEERING ANGLE DEGREES (TYP)

R5

NOTE: ACTUAL OPERATING DATA WILL BE GREATER THAN VALUES SHOWN SINCE TIRE SLIPPAGE IS NOT CONSIDERED IN THESE CALCULATIONS. CONSULT AI RLiNE FOR OPERATING PROCEDURES. STEERING ANGLE (DEGREES) 30 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 82 MAXIMUM R·l FT 97.5 52.9 43.1 34.6 27.2 20.4 14.2 8.3 0.6 M 29.7 16.1 13.1 10.5 8.3 6.2 4.3 2.5 0.2
FT

*R·3 IS MEASURED R·2 M 34.6 21.0 18.0 15.4 13.2 11.1 9.2 7.4 5.1 R-3* FT 122.7 B7.0 BO.4 75.2 71.2 68.1 65.7 63.9 62.4 M 37.4 26.5 24.5 22.9 21.7 20.8 20.0 19.5 19.0 FT 153.8 109.9 100.3 92.1 84.8 78.3 72.4 66.9 59.6 R-4 M 46.9 33.5 30.6 28.1 25.8 23.9 22.1 20.4 18.2

TO OUTSIDE TIRE FACE R-5 FT M 38.3 27.9 26.0 24.6 23.5 22.6 21.9 21.5 21.0 FT 140.0 102.6 95.3 89.3 84.3 80.2 76.7 73.8 70.5 R·6 M 42.7 31.3 29.0 27.2 25.7 24.4 23.4 22.5 21.5

113.5 68.9 59.1 50.6 43.2 36.4 30.2 24.3 16.6

125.8 91.6 85.4 80.7 77.0 74.1 72.0 70.4 69.0

4.2

TURN I NG RAD II, NO SLI PANGLE MODEL DC-9-51
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64

EFFECTIVE TURN 79°

A

STEERING ANGLE 82°

MINIMUM PAVEMENl WIDTH FOR 180° TURN

NOTE: • 3° TIRE SLIP ANGLE ASSUMES 82° NOSE WHEEL DEFLECTION DURING VERY SLOW TURNING CONSULT AIRLINE OPERATING DATA NO DIFFERENTIAL UNSYMMETRICAL EFFECTIVE TURN ANGLE DC-9 -15 -21 -32 -41 -51 -80 79° 79° 79° 79° 79° 79° FOR ACTUAL BRAKING THRUST X FT 43.7 43.7 53.2 56.2 60.9 72.4 M 13.3 13.3 16.2 17.1 18.6 22.1 FT 8.5 8.5 10.3 10.9 11.8 14.0 OR

• •

Y M 2.6 2.6 3.1 3.3 3.6 4.3 FT 63.7 63.7 75.2 78.9 84.5 98.8

A M 19.4 19.4 22.9 24.0 25.8 30.1 FT 45.4 45.4 55.1 58.2 62.0 73.6

R3 M 13.8 13.8 16.8 17.7 18.9 22.4 FT 54.5 56.5 58.3 58.9 59.8 69.6

R4 M 16.6 17.2 17.8 18.0 18.2 21.2 FT 51.9 51.9 61.6 64.7 69.5 81.2

R5 M 15.8 15.8 18.8 19.7 21.2 24.7 FT 59.6 59.5 65.2 68.5 71.8 75.9

R6 M 18.2 18.1 19.9 20.9 21.9 23.1

4.3

MINIMUM TURNING RADII MODEL DC-9
65

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NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FI LLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT.

I G_
~450

I

• NOSE GEAR STEERING

ANGLE

=

16°

NOSE GEAR TRACK

31.2 FT (9.5iM)

OUTSIDE EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

27.7 FT
(8.4M)

4.4

RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.1 MORE THAN 90° TURN - RUNWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-15

TURN

66

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NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FI LLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT .

• NOSE GEAR STEERING

ANGLE

=

16°

NOSE GEAR TRACK 31.2 FT (9.5 M)

OUTSIDE EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

100 FT R (30.5 M)

27.7 FT (8.4 M). 75 FT (22.9 M)

1--

150 FT'" (45.7 M)

II

4.4

RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.1 MORE THAN 90° TURN - RUNWAY TO TAXIWAY TURN MODEL DC-9-21

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67

NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FI LLET. CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT .

• NOSE GEAR STEERING

ANGLE

= 19°

NOSE GEAR TRACK 2B.B FT (B.B M)

OUTSIDE EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

I

II

II

II II II I II
1_150FT

100 FT R (30.5 M)

27.7FT
(B.4 M)

II
Y

75 FT (22.9 M)

(45.7M)1

I

4.4

RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.1 MORE THAN 90° TURN - RUNWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-32

TURN

68

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NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FI LLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT .

• NOSE GEAR STEERING

ANGLE

= 20°

NOSE GEAR TRACK

26.6 FT (8.1 M)

1/ /

/

I

OUTSIDE EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

II

II

/

I

II I

II II II
II
27.7 FT (8.4 M) 75 FT (22.9 M)

I

100 FT R
(30.5 M)

1--

150 FT.... (45.7 M)

4.4

RUNWAY AND TAXIW1>Y TURN PATHS 4.4.1 MORE THAN 90 TURN - RUNWAY TO TAXIWAY TURN MODEL DC-9-41

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69

NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT .

• NOSE GEAR STEERING

ANGLE

= 22°

NOSE GEAR TRACK

25.9 FT (7.9 M)

1/ /

/

I

OUTSIDE EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

II II II I II

I II
f

/

100 FT R (30.5 M)

27.7 FT (8.4 M)

II

4.4

RUNWAY AND TAXIW1>Y TURN PATHS 4.4.1 MORE THAN 90 TURN - RUNWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-S1

TURN

70

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NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AI RPORT. • NOSE GEAR STEERING ANGLE = 14°

1--

150 FT (45.7 M) ----'I

ct

I
I
I

100 FT R (30.5 M)

/ r~.~M)
~FT

27.7 FT (8.4 M)

NOSE GEAR TRACK

75 FT (22.9 M)

II II

II

100 FT R (30.5 M)

II

II
III II
II

IA-L-_---I

4.4

RUNWAY ~ND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.2 90 TURN - RUNWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-1S
71

REVF 5/84

NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AI RCRAFT TYPES WH ICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AI RPORT. • NOSE GEAR STEERING ANGLE

<t
150 FT (45.7 M)--l

I

I

= 14°

100 FT R (30.5 M)

/ ~FT f~.·~M)

27.7 FT (8.4 M)

NOSE GEAR TRACK

75 FT (22.9 M)

100 FT R (30.5 M)

4.4

RUNWAY ~ND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.2 90 TURN - RUNWAY TO TAXIWAY

MODEL DC-9-21

72

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NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FI LLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AI RPORT. • NOSE GEAR STEERING ANGLE
=

<l

I

1---

150 FT (45.7 M)---l

I

17°

27.7 FT (8.4 M)

NOSE GEAR TRACK

75 FT (22.9 M)

100 FT R (30.5 M)

4.4

RUNWAY ~ND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.2 90 TURN - RUNWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-32

REV F 5/84

73

NOTE:

I <t
I

150 FT (45.7 M) -___.

I

BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AI RCRAFT TYPES WH ICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT. • NOSE GEAR STEERING ANGLE = 180

27.7 FT (8.4 M)

NOSE G EAR TRACK

75 FT (22.9 M)

4.4

RUNWAY ~ND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.2 90 TURN - RUNWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-41

74

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NOTE:

I <t
1--150 FT (45.7 M) _

I

I

BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AI RPORT. __. • NOSE GEAR STEERING ANGLE
=

19°

100 FT R (30.5 M)

/FT /rl.;M)

27.5 FT (8.4 M)

NOSE GEAR TRACK

75 FT (22.9 M)

100 FT R (30.5 M)

OUTSIDE EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

4.4

RUNWAY ~ND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.2 90 TURN - RUNWAY TO TAXIWAY

MODEL DC-9-51

REV F 5/84

75

NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FI LLET. CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT . -75FT • NOSE GEAR STEERING (22.9 M) ANGLE

=

18°

<t
I

I

100 FT R (30.5 M) NOSE GEAR TRACK

30.5 FT (9.3 M)

1

27.7 FT
(8.4 M)

75 FT (22.9 M)

100 FT R (30.5 M)

OUTSIDE EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

4.4

RUNWAY ~ND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.3 90 TURN - TAXIWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-15
NOSE GEAR TRACKING BEYOND TAXIHAY CENTERLIrJE

76

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NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FI LLET. CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AI RCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT .

<l

75 FT
(22.9 M)

• NOSE GEAR STEERING

ANGLE

=

18°

I

I

100 FT R (30.5 M) NOSE GEAR TRACK

30.5 FT (9.3 M)

1

27.7 FT
(8.4 M) I •

75 FT
(22.9 M)

II II

II
III
I

100 FT R (30.5 M)

II II

II

4.4

RUNWAY ~ND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.3 90 TURN - TAXIWAY TO TAXIWAY

MODEL DC-9-21
nost GEAR TRACKIrJG l3EYOrJO TAXI\,JAY CEfITERLIrJE

REV F 5/84

77

NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AI RPORT .

ct..

I

I

75 FT (22.9 M)

• NOSE GEAR STEERING

ANGLE

=210

100 FT R (30.5 M) NOSE GEAR TRACK

27.9 FT (8.5 M)

1

27.7 FT (8.4 M)

75 FT (22.9 M)

r-"t---::::::""_-OUTS

IDE E DG E OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

4.4

RUNAWAY AND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.3 90° TURN - TAXIWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-32
rWSE GEAR TRACKIfJG BEVorW TAXIl~AV CENTERLWE

78

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NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AI RLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT .

<l

I

I

75 FT
(22.9 M)

• NOSE GEAR STEERING

ANGLE

=

22°

100 FT R. (30.5 M) NOSE GEAR TRACK

26.2 FT (8.0 M)

27.7 FT
(8.4 M)

75 FT
(22.9 M)

.--..::::....___

OUTS IDE EDG E OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

4.4

RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.3 90° TURN - TAXIWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-41
NOSE GEAR TRACKING BEYOND TAXIIJAY CErJTERUrJE

REVF 5/84

79

NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT .

<k.

I

I

75 FT
(22.9 M)

• NOSE GEAR STEERING

ANGLE

= 24°

NOSE GEAR TRACK

24.0 FT (7.3 M)

1

27.7 FT
(8.4 M)

75 FT
(22.9 M)

OUTSIDE EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

4.4

RUNWAY ~ND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.3 90 TURN - TAXIWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-51

nrvonn

NOSE GEAR TRACKING TAXIHAV CEflTERLINE

80

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NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AI RPORT . • • SYMMETRICAL MID-CG THRUST

100 FT R (30.5M)

COCKPIT TRACK

75 FT (23M) 100 FT R (30.5M)

t--t---4--=::::"'_OUTSIDE EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS 75 FT (22.9 M)

4.4 RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY 4.4.4 90u TURN - TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-15

TURN PATHS TO TAXIWAY

COCKPIT TRACKS CENTERLINE TO CENTERLINE
REV F 5/84

81

NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT . • • SYMMETRICAL MID-CG THRUST

COCKPIT TRACK

-------------....c:..:;~------~<t
75 FT (23 M) 100-FT R (30.5M)

"'_'f---F"-- OUTS IDE EDG E OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

1+---

75 FT (22.9 M)

4.4 RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.4 90° TURN - TAXIWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-21
COCKPIT TRACKS CENTERLINE TO CENTERLINE
82
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NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT . • • SYMMETRICAL MID·CG THRUST

100-FT R (30.5M)

.'"
~,
I-f-w-~--

COCKPIT TRACK

_--------".d2~----

...

-

-- --

-- --

----

----~ <l

75 FT (22.9 M) 100-FT R (30.5M)

OUTSIDE EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

!--75FT (22.9 M)

4.4 RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.4 90° TURN - TAXIWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-32
COCKPIT TRACKS CENTERLINE TO CENTERLINE
REV F 5/84

83

NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT . • • SYMMETRICAL MID-CG THRUST

COCKPIT TRACK

_-------------------;;~=-----

----4r-

<l

75FT
(22.9 M) 100-FT R (30.5M)

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EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

1--75FT
(22.9 M)

4.4 RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.4 90u TURN - TAXIWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-41
COCKPIT TRACKS CENTERLINE TO CENTERLINE
84
REV F 5/84

NOTE: BEFORE DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE INTERSECTION FILLET, CHECK WITH THE AIRLINES REGARDING THE OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY USE AND THE AIRCRAFT TYPES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SERVE THE AIRPORT . • • SYMMETRICAL MID-CG THRUST

100-FT R (30.5M) COCKPIT TRACK

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100-FT R (30.5M)

75 FT (22.9 M)

_--+--,,---OUTSIDE EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

1-----75

FT (22.9 M)

4.4 RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS 4.4.4 90° TURN - TAXIWAY TO TAXIWAY MODEL DC-9-51
COCKPIT TRACKS CENTERLINE TO CENTERLINE
REV F 5/84

85

EDGE OF PAVEMENT SHOULDER---

OUTSI DE EDGE OF MAIN GEAR TRACK 20 FT (6.1 M) 20 FT (6.1 M)

150 FT R (45.7 M)

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TAXIWAY

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q_
RUNWAY

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NOTE:

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*MINIMUM CLEARANCE FOR MOVING AIRCRAFT = 40 FT (12.2 M) COORDINATE WITH USING AIRLINES FOR SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO FACILITY DESIGN

4.5

RUNWAY HOLD ING BAY (APRON) MODEL DC-9-15
86
REV F 5/84

EDGE OF PAVEMENT

OUTSIDE EDGE OF MAIN GEAR TRACK

20 FT (6.1 M)

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I

150 FT R (45.7 M)

q_
TAXIWAY

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RUNWAY

NOTE: *MINIMUM CLEARANCE FOR MOVING AIRCRAFT = 40 FT (12.2 M) COORDINATE WITH USING AIRLINES FOR SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO FACILITY DESIGN

4.5

RUNWAY HOLD ING BAY (A PRON) MODEL DC-9-21
87

REV F 5/84

EDGE OF PAVEMENT

OUTSIDE EDGE OF MAIN GEAR TRACKS

20 FT (6.1 M)

___ .> £20 ,..,_

FT(6.1 M(

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G_
TAXIWAY

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G._
RUNWAY

NOTE: *MINIMUM CLEARANCE FOR MOVING AIRCRAFT = 40 FT (12.2 M) COORDINATE WITH USING AIRLINES FOR SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO FACILITY DESIGN

4.5

RUNWAY HOLD ING BAY (APRON) MODEL DC-9-32
88
REV F 5/84

EDGE OF PAVEMENT SHOULDER

OUTSIDE EDGE OF MAIN GEAR TRACK

___ .> £20 .,....,.....,.._ FT(6.1 MI

150 FT R (45.7 M)

q_
RUNWAY

NOTE: *MINIMUM CLEARANCE FOR MOVING AIRCRAFT = 40 FT (12.2 M) COORDINATE WITH USING AIRLINES FOR SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO FACILITY DESIGN

4.5

RUNWAY HOLD ING BAY (APRON) MODEL DC-9-41
89

REV F 5/84

EDGE OF PAVEMENT

OUTSIDE EDGE OF OUTBOARD GEAR TRACKS

_....,... ---£20 __

FT (6.1 MI

150 FT R (45.7 M)

q_
RUNWAY

NOTE: *MINIMUM CLEARANCE FOR MOVING AIRCRAFT = 40 FT (12.2 M) COORDINATE WITH USING AIRLINES FOR SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO FACI LlTY DESIGN

4.5

RUNWAY HOLD I NG BAY (APRON) MODEL DC-9-51
90
REV F 5/84

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