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UNITED STATES AIR FORCE lERA Aircraft/Auxiliary Power Units/Aerospace Ground Support Equipment Emission Factors

Mark D. Wade Karta Technologies, Inc. 5555 Northwest Parkway San Antonio, TX 78249

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The report provides aircraft engme, auxiliary power unit, and ground support equipment operation mformation and emission factors for military and commercial aircraft operations. This data has been provided in a format that can be used to calculate Air Force runway emissions for military and commercial aircraft, auxiliary power units, and ground support equipment. The organization calculatmg the emissions will still need to determine average atmospheric mixing heights and landing /takeoff number and time parameters.

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Mobile Source Emission Inventories, Conformity Reviews, Aircraft Engine Emissions, Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Emissions, Ground Support Equipment
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AND AUXILIARY POWER UNITS LIST OF MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT GROUND SUPPORT EQUffMENT LIST OF MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT ENGINE EMISSION FACTORS LIST OF MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT EMISSION FACTORS LIST OF MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL AUXILIARY POWER UNIT EMISSION FACTORS 1 5 13 41 53 57 111 .TABLE OF CONTENTS Page IV V LIST OF TABLES ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS SECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 SECTION 4 SECTION 5 SECTION 6 INTRODUCTION MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT. ENGINES .

Engines.LIST OF TABLES Table 2-1 Military Aircraft. and Auxiliary Power Units 2-2 Commercial Aircraft and Engines 2-3 Commercial Aircraft Auxiliary Power Units 3-1 Military Aircraft Ground Support Equipment 3-2 Commercial Aircraft Ground Support Equipment 4-1 Military Aircraft Engine Emission Factors 4-2 Commercial Aircraft Engine Emission Factors 5-1 Military Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Emission Factors 5-2 Commercial Aircraft Groimd Support Equipment Emission Factors 6-1 Military and Commercial Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Emission Factors Page 6 9 11 14 28 42 47 54 56 58 IV .

ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS afterburner Air Force Base Air Force Institute for Environment.5 PMio particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter less than 10 microns SO2 sulfur dioxide SOx oxides of sulfiir (or sulfiir oxides) TOO touch and go TIM time in mode THC total hydrocarbons USAF United States Air Force AB AFB AFIERA .5 microns PM2. number NOx oxides of nitrogen (or nitrogen oxides) PAH polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon(s) Pb lead PIC products of incomplete combustion PM particulate matter particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter less than 2. Safety & Occupational Health Risk Analysis AGE aerospace ground equipment APU auxiliary power unit CAA Clean Air Act CAAA-90 Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 CO carbon monoxide EDMS Emissions Dispersion Modeling System EF emission factor FAA Federal Aviation Administration gal gallon(s) HAP hazardous air pollutant HC hydrocarbons hp horsepower hr hour(s) IC internal combustion ICAO International Civil Aviation Organization lb povmd(s) LFB low flyby LFP low flight pattern LTD landing and takeoff MAJCOM Major Command No. Occupational Health Risk Analysis AFIERA/RSEQ Air Quality & Hazardous Waste Branch of the Air Force Institute for Environment. Safety &.

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SECTION I INTRODUCTION .

and conformity reviews. taxi/idle-out. takeoff. Each of the cycle operating modes (approach. taxi/idle-in. The atmospheric mixing zone height is the ceiling height of the layer of the earth's atmosphere where chemical reactions of pollutants can ultimately affect ground level pollutant concentrations.0. and aircraft low fly bys (LFB).S.2-2. A LFB is similar to a TGO but less time is spent in the takeoff mode. idling time at the gate. A TGO cycle time includes the time when the aircraft enters the atmospheric mixing zone and lands. During climb out the aircraft engine power setting is typically at intermediate power (70% power). Environmental Protection Agency and the International Civil Aviation Organization as the cycle time when an aircraft enters the atmospheric mixing zone and lands. There are two other sources of emissions that are associated with aircraft movements. taxi idle out to tiie takeoff runway. then immediately takes off. An aircraft movement is defined as aircraft landings and takeoffs (LTO). During takeoff the aircraft typically is operated at either military (100% power) power or at the afterburner (110% to 150% power) settings. Onboard auxiliary power units (APU's) provide ancillary power to the aircraft while it is on the ground and sometimes through takeoff and climbout. An aircraft LTO is defined by the U. Another . which bum JP-8 fiiel. and climb out through the atmospheric mixing zone. and auxiliary power units.SECTION 1 AIRCRAFT/AUXILIARY POWER UNITS/AEROSPACE GROUND SUPOERT EQUIPMENT EMISSION FACTORS Introduction As part of a continuing effort to manage air emissions at Air Force Bases the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence (AFCEE) requested the Air Quality Branch of the Air Force Institute for Environment. The aircraft approach is typically associated with the approach (30% power) power setting. No data is provided on average atmospheric mixing heights or time in mode data. The data provided in this document will be used to calculate mobile source emissions from aircraft movements and implementation into the Air Conformity Applicability Model. and climb out) is typically associated with a standard power setting for a given aircraft. APU's are turbine-powered generators. Both of these items are base specific and were not part of this information request. aircraft engines. aircraft touch and goes (TGO). 3. Safety and Occupational Health Risk Analysis (AFIERA/RSEQ) to prepare a document that provides a listing of aircraft and associated mobile flightline emission sources at Air Force Base. The atmospheric mixing zone height is also knovra as the height of the inversion layer. The results of the calculations will be used in mobile source emission inventories. Tables 2-1. The taxi/idle-in and taxi/idle-out operating modes are associated with the idle (7% power) power setting. ranging in size fi-om 50 hp to over 400 hp. nonattainment planning. and 2-3 provide information on both military and commercial aircraft. taxi time in. and climbs out through the atmospheric mixing zone. takeoff.

5-2. data was obtained from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Environmental Data Management System (EDMS). APU's. 51. and 2-3. Tables 3-1 and 3-2 provide both a list of ground support equipment and operation data for each aircraft. air conditioners. Emission factors for aircraft engines. jacking units. Criteria pollutant emission factors are presented in pounds per hour. air compressors. and other service vehicles. Where information was not available or could not be obtained from the Air Force. heaters. or LFBs APU emissions can be calculated using the following formula: Epoi = EF * Ncycles *EAPUS * Tcycle Where. AGE includes generators. Data on APU's and AGE were obtained from a survey that was developed and distributed by AFIERA/RSEQ to various flight squadrons and AGE shops throughout the Air Force. 4-2. Epoi = Emissions of a particular pollutant (Ib/yr) EF = Emission factor for a pollutant at a specific power setting (Ib/hr) Tcycie = Operating time per LTD (hows) EAPUS = Number of APUs on aircraft . cargo aiid bomb lifts.2-2. aircraft tugs. APU data is provided in Tables 2-1. TGOs.(EFApproach * Tiviode) + (EFxaxi Idle-in * TMode) + (EFjaxi Idle-in * Tiviode) + (EFiakeoff * TMode) + (EFciimb out * TMode) *EEngine * Ncycles Where. Emission Calculation Methods Two separate methodologies are used to calculate actual emissions from aircraft movements and auxiliary power units. hydraulic test stands. AGE is powered by both reciprocating internal combustion engines and small turbine engines that are primarily ftiel by JP-8.source of emissions is from the mobile ground support equipment. Epoi = Emissions of a particular pollutant (Ib/yr) EF = Emission factor for a pollutant at a specific power setting (Ib/hr) TMode = Mode time (minutes) Efingine = Number of engines on aircraft Ncycies = Number of LTOs. All operation times are shovm in fractions of an hour. portable light units. Criteria emissions from aircraft movements can be calculated using the following equation: ipol . aircraft deicers. and 6-1. and AGE are provided in Tables 4-1. start carts. but also can burned diesel or in a few cases mogas. also referred to as aerospace ground support equipment (AGE).

SA-ALC/LR. USAF. USDOT. 1999. 4. Epoi EF Tcycie Ncycies = Emissions of a particular pollutant (Ib/yr) = Emission factor for a pollutant for a specific piece of AGE (Ib/hr) = Operating time per LTO (hours) = Number of LTOs per year REFRENCES 1. Military Aircraft". 1995. January 2002.S. IERA-RS-BR-SR-2001-0010. "Air Emissions Inventory Guidance Document for Mobile Sources At Air Force Installations". 6. USAF.AFIERA. 2. USAF lERA/RSEQ. "ICAO Engine Exhaust Emissions Data Bank". "The Engine Handbook". 'U. . "FAA Emissions and Dispersion Modeling System Database" . ICAO.Ncycies = Number of LTOs per year AGE emissions can be calculated using the following formula: Epol = EF * Ncycles * Tcycle Where. 3. "Aircraft Engine and Auxiliary Power Unit Emissions Characterization Study" . Federation of American Scientists. 5. February 2002.

SECTION 2 MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT ENGINES AND AUXILIARY POWER UNITS .

TABLE 2-1 MILITARY AIRCRAFT AND ENGINES USAF Aircraft Model A-IOA/B B-IB B-2 B-52H C-5A/B C-9A KC-lOA C-12A C-12D C-12E/F/J C-17A CEC-18A>^ C-20A C-21A C-22 CV-22 VC-25A C-32A (757-200) C-40B (737-700) C/NC/RC-130A AC-130A DC-130A C-130D C/HC/NC-130B MC-130E WC-130F C/AC/DC/EC/HC/C/MC/NCAVC130H HC-130N HC-130P AC/130U C-130J C-172 C-172RG C/ECAVC-135B C-135C RC-135N EC-135N EC-135P RC/TC-135S Aircraft Engine (Number) TF34-GE-100/-100A(2) FlOl-GE-102 (4) F118-GE-100(4) TF33-P-3/103 (8) TF39-GE-1A/-1C (4) JT-8D-9A(2) F103-GE-101 (2) PT6A-38 (2) PT6A-41 (2) PT6A-42 (2) F117-PW-100 (4) TF33-PW-102A (2) F113-RR-100(2) TFE731-2/-2A(2) JT8D-9A (3) T406-AD-400 (2) F103-GE-102 (4) F117-PW-100(2) CFM56-7 (2) T56-A-9 (4) T56-A-9(4)T56-A-9 (4) T56-A-9 (4) T56-A-7B (4) T56-A-7B (4) T56-A-7B (4) T56-A-15 (4) T56-A-15 (4) T56-A-15 (4) T56-A-15 (4) AE2100D3 (4) O-320 (2) O-360 (2) TF33-P-5 (4) TF33-P-5 (4) TF33-P-5 (4) TF33-P-5 (4) TF33-P-5 (4) TF33-P-5 (4) ^Auxiliary Power Units (Number) GTCP36-50 (1) GTCP-185-9 (1) GTCP131-3A(2) GTCP165-1B (2) GTCP85-98D (1) TSCP700-4B (1) 331-259(G) (1) GTCP 36 (1) GTCP36-100 (1) GTCP85-98CK (1) 331-49-7081 (1) 131-9 GTC85-71A (1) GTC85-71A(1) GTC85-71A(1) GTC85-71A (1) GTC85-71A (1) GTC85-71A (1) GTC85-71A (1) GTCP85-180L(1) GTC8571A 1) GTC85-71A (1) GTC85-71A (1) .

Aircraft Model RC-135V RC-135X RC/TC-135W EC-135C EC135J RC-135U C/EC/RC-135E KC/NKC-135E Aircraft Engine (Number) TF33-P-5 (4) TF33-P-5 (4) TF33-P-5 (4) TF33-P-9 (4) TF33-P-9 (4) TF33-P-9(4) TF33-P-102 (4) TF33-P-102 (4) 'Auxiliary Power Units (Number) T62T40LC-2 (1) GTCP85-180L(1) T41M-9A (1) ASHG70-1-1 (1) GTCP85-106/106A(1) GTCP165-1/1A(2) GTCP660-4 (1) KC-135-R C/NC-141A/B C-310 E-3B/C E-4B E-6B E-8C EF-lllA F-lllD F-15A/B/C/D F-15C/D/E F-15E F-16A/B F-16C/D F-16C/D F-16C/D F-22A F117A T-IA T-6A T-37B AT/T-38A/B T-41C T-43C HH-IN HH-3E CH-3E MH-53J F108-CF-100 (4) TF33-P-/7-7A (4) IO-520 (2) TF33-PW-100A(4) F103-GE-100 (4) CFM56-2A (4) TF33-P-102 (4) TF30-P-109 (4) TF30-P-109 (4) FlOO-PW-lOO (2) FlOO-PW-220 (2) FlOO-PW-229 (2) FlOO-PW-200 (1) FllO-GE-lOO(l) F110-GE-129(1) FlOO-GE-229 (1) F119-PW-100(2) F404-GE-F1D2 (2) JT15D-5B(2) PT6A-68 (1) J69-T-25/-25A (2) J85-GE-5/-5B/-5F/-5G/5H/-5J/-5L (2) IO-360 (1) JT8D-9A (1) T53-L-13B(1) T58-GE-5 (2) T58-GE-5 (2) T64-GE-100 (2) Jet Starter 384238-5-1 (1) Jet Starter 384238-5-1 (1) Jet Starter 384238-5-1 (1) T62T40-8 (1) T62T40-8 (1) T62T40-8 (1) T62T40-8 (1) 3800100-4 (1) GTCP85-129 (1) T62T27 (1) .

TF41A-400 (1) T700-GE-401 (2) AH-IW AV-8 F402-RR-400 (1) C-2A T56-A-8 (2) CH-3 T58-GE-5 (2) EP-3 T56-A-14 (4) J79-GE-8B (1) F-4 F-14 TF30-P-412 (2) F-18 F404-GE-400/404 (2) LC-130 T56-A-16 (4) S-3A TF34-GE-400 (2) SH-2 T58-GE-8F (2) 'Auxiliary Power Units (Number) Blank spaces mean that either the aircraft does not have or that no data is available on vi^hether the aircraft has an auxiliary power imit. J52-W-8 (1) J52-P-8B (2) A-6 A-7 TF30-P-6. US Military Aircraft . SA-ALC/LR.Aircraft Model NCH-53A TH-53A UH-IN UH-60A RQ-IA/IB RQ-3A RQ-4A AircraftEngine (Number) T64-GE-100(2) T64-GE-100 (2) T400-CP-400 (1) T700-GE-700 (2) Rotax-912 (1) Rotax 910 (1) Williams FJ44(1) Allison AE3007 (1) 'Auxiliary Power Units (Number) T62T40-1 (1) GTCP36-151(1) OTHER MILITARY AIRCRAF]r AND ENGINES Aircraft Model Aircraft Engine (Number) A-4 J65-W-2. Aircraft and engine data from the Air Force Engine Handbook. 1995 and the Federation of American Scientists.

890s (2) ' DC-8 DC-9 MD-80 DC-10 MD-11 CFM CFM56-2 (4) CF6-50 CF6-6 CF6-80 . 9. 880s (2).TABLE 2-2 COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT AND ENGINES Aircraft GE Engines (No.11. Engines) Airbus 300 Airbus 310 Airbus 319 Airbus 320 Airbus 330 Airbus 340 Boeing 707 Boeing 717 (MD-90) Boeing 727 Boeing 737-200 Boeing 737-300 To 500 Boeing 737-600 And 700 Boeing 747-200 And 400 Boeng 757 Boeing 767 CFM56-5 (2) CFM56-5 (2) Trent 700 (2) CFM CFM56-5 (4) CFM CFM56-2 CF6-80 (2) JT3D-3 TF33-P-7 V2500 (2) JT8D-7 (3) JT8D-9 (3) JT8D-9 (2) CFM CFM56-3(2) CFM CFM56-7 (2) CF6-50 (4) CF6-80 (4) JT9D-7 (4) PW4074 (4) PW4077 (4) PW2040 (2) JT9D-7 (2) PW4074 (2) PW4077 (2) PW4084 (2) PW4090 (2) PW4098 (2) JT8D-7 (4) JT3D (4) JT8D-7 (2). Engines) CF6-50 (2) CF6-80 (2) CF6-80 (2) P&W Engines (No. Engines) Other Manufacturers (No. Engines) JT9D-7 (2) JT9D-7 (2) V2500 (2) V2500 (2) JT9D-7 (2) RR Engines (No..17 JT8D-200S (2) JT9D-7 (3) PW4460 (3) RB211-524(4) CF6-80 (2) RB211-535(2) RB211-524(2) Boeing 777 GE90-76 (2) GE90-90 (2) Trent 772 (2) Trent 870s (2).15.

67(2) RR Engines Other Manufacturers BR700-715 (2) Textron O-200 (2) Garrett TFE731-2(2) JT15D-5 PT6A-27 (2) PT-6A-50 (4) PW-120 (2) PT6A-27 (2) RR SpeyMK555 (2) TAY650 (2) F113-RR-100 (2) BR700-715 (2) PT6A-41 (2) RB211-524(3) 5 Garrett TFE-231-2(2) CT7-9 (2) PT6A-65 (2) Garrett TFE731-2(2) Aircraft and engine data obtained from FAA Emissions and Dispersion Modeling System 10 .Aircraft Beechjet 400 BH-1900 Bombadier Cessna 150 Citation DHC-6 DHC-7 DHC-8 Embraer FokkerF-28 Fokker100 Gulfstream III Gulfstream V Kingair L-1011-500 Learjet Saab 340 Short 360 Swearingen Metroliner GE Engines P&W Engines JT15D-5 (2) PT6A-65 (2).

TABLE 2-3 COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT AUXILIARY POWER UNITS Aircraft Airbus 300 Auxiliary Power Unit GTCP331-200ER GTCP 660 TSCP700-4B GTCP331-200 GTCP 85 GTCP 36-300 GTCP 36-300 GTCP 85 GTCP 331-350 GTCP 85 GTCP 85 GTCP 85-129 GTCP 85-129 GTCP 85-129 131-9 GTCP660 PW910A GTCP331-200ER GTCP331-200ER GTCP331-500 GTCP 85 GTCP 85-129 GTCP 85 GTCP 85-129 TSCP700-4B TSCP700-4B GTCP 36 GTCP 85 GTCP 36 GTCP 36 GTCP 36 GTCP 36 GTCP 36-150 GTCP 36 GTCP 36-150 GTCP 36 Number (No./Aircraft) Airbus 310 Airbus 319 Airbus 320 Airbus 330 Airbus 340 Boeing 707 Boeing 717 (MD-90) Boeing 727 Boeing 737-200 Boeing 737-300 To 500 Boeing 737-600 And 700 Boeing 747-200 And 400 Boeng 757 Boeing 767 Boeing 777 DC-8 DC-9 MD-80 DC-10 MD-11 Beechcraft 400 BH-1900 Bombadier Cessna 150 Citation DHC-6 DHC-7 DHC-8 Embraer FokkerF-28 Fokker100 Gulfstream III 11 .

Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Gulfstream V GTCP 36 Kingair L-1011-500 GTCP 660 Learjet Saab 340 Short 360 GTCP 36 Swearingen Metroliner GTCP 36 Data jfrom FAA Emissions and Dispersion Modeling System Number (No./Aircraft) 1 1 1 1 12 .

SECTION 3 MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT 13 .

0 1.5 2.0 2.4 4.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 to 8.5 0.0 Average Operating Load A-lOA 25% 100% 100% 2.0 2.0 3.0 3000 psi 3000 psi 200 psi lOOpsi 50% 10% 14 .0 1.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 2.2 0.0 0.0 2.TABLE 3-1 MILITARY AIRCRAFT GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (See "Generic All" for additional equipment associated with all aircraft.5 2.) Aircraft Ground Support Equipment AM32A-86D Generator Start Cart A/M32A-60A A/M32A-95 IHl Heater Hydraulic Test Stand MJ-2A Light Cart FL-ID NF-2 Air Compressor MC-IA MC-2A MJl Bomb Lift 1 GTCP36-50 B-IB AM32A-86D Generator A/M32A-95 Start Cart AC/HT B-IB AC/HT HI Light Carts FL-ID NF-2 MJ40 Bomb Lift 2 GTCPl-65-9 B-2 AM32A-86D Generator Start Carts A/M32A-60A A/M32A-95 Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 1.5 2.

0 1.0 4.0 2.5 4.0 1.0 to 12.0 4. Air Compressor MC-IA Bomb Lift MJ-IB Generator AM32A-86D Start Carts A/M32A-95 AC/HT MA-3D HI BT400-46 HT lltonBTU 3500 psi C-5A/B 25% / 15 .0 2.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 9.0 1.0 4000 psi 125 psi 40 psi (2) 131-3A B-52 AM32A-86D Generator Start Carts A/M32A-95 AC/HT MA-3D Light Cart NF-2.0 2.0 3.0 12.0 1.5 5.0 4.0 10.0 Average Operating Load 1.5 1.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment AC/HT Ace 401 HI PD501 Hydraulic Test Stand MJ-2/irU-228 MJ-2/irU-229 A/M27T-13 Light Carts NF-2 FL-ID Air Compressor MC-IA MC-7 MC-6 Bomb Lift MJ-40 Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 12.0 4.0 13.

0 3.0 6.0 12.0 3000 psi 3000 psi 100 amps 16 .0 16.0 1.0 6.0 6.0 8.0 2.0 12.5 6.0 6.0 16.0 1.0 7.0 50% 50% 1 GTCP85-98 KC-10 2.0 ■ { 125 psi 125 psi 3000 psi 50% 0.0 0.5 2.0 12.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) Average Operating Load Hydraulic Test Stand MJ-1 M32T1 MJ-2A Light Cart NF-2 Air Compressor MC-2A MC-IA MC7 Jacking Manifold A/M27M-1 2GTCP165IB C-9A Generator AM32A86D Start Carts A/M32A-95 AC/HT MA-3D HI Light Cart NF-2 Air Compressor MC-2A MC-IA MC7 Generator AM32-86D 90CU24P5 Hydraulic Test Stand 9780-0023D 05-7056-3600 Light Cart Onan Gen/Light Cart 1.0 2.0 2.

0 Average Operating Load Air Compressors MODP160WJDACJF 1 TSCP7004BQEC C-12A/D/E/F/J C-17A Generator AM32A-86D Generator AM32A-86D Start Carts A/M32A-95 AC/HT MA-3D BT400-46HT HI Light Cart NF-2 Air Compressor MC-IA MC7 MC-2A Pressure Tester AF/M27M-1 Cargo Loader MJ-IB (1)331 250G C-18A/B C-20A See Generic 1 1 T41M-9A Generator AM32A-86D AC/HT Ace 8023293 AC MA-3D IHl Light Units FL-ID Air Compressor MC-5 MC-8 MC-7 MC-2A GTCP 36-100 17 100 Amps 6.66 0.66 0.5 120 psi 120 psi 120 psi 200 psi 125V .0 3.75 2.5 0.5 1.0 2 0.5 0.0 0.0 1.5 0.0 0.0 6.5 3.0 2.66 0.5 0.5 5.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per ITO Cycle (Hr Operated) 6.5 1.0 25% 1.5 1.

25 0.0 CV-22 VC-25A C-32A See Generic 1 See C-5A/B See C-5A/B Generator AM32A-86D (1)331-497081 6.0 to 11.0 1.0 3.25 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) Average Operating Load C-21A C-22 See Generic 1 Generator AM32A-86D Start Carts A/M32A-60 AC/HT HI Light Cart NF-2 Air Compressor MC-IA MC7 Pressure Tester AF/M27M-1 1 GTCP8598CK 1.5 0.0 3.0 1.0 C-40B C-130 See Generic 1 (1)131-9 Generator AM32A-86D Trielectron D200T400 Start Carts MA-IA A/M32A-60/A A/M32A-95 AC/HT Ace802-993AC MA-3D HI Hydraulic Test Stand MJ-2A-1 0.25 1.5 4.25 0.25 0.0 3.25 1.25 0.25 0.25 0.0 40% 18 .0 0.

1 19 .0 to 10.1 10.0 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 2.5 to 10.0 4.) 1 GTCP85L (wT56 15 Eng.5 0.) C-172/RG C-135 See Generic 1 Generator AM32A-86D Start Carts A/M32A-60/A A/M32A-95 AC/HT Ace802-993AC MA-3C IHl HI Light Cart NF-2 Air Compressor MC-IA 1 T41M-9A 1 ASHG70-1 C/NC-141A/B Generator AM32A-86D Start Carts MD-3 A/M32A-60/A AC/HT HI HydrauUc Test Stand TTU228E M32T1 3000 psi 1.0 5.0 1.0 0.0 10.0 2.0 25% -■ 0.33 1.0 1.5 0.0 0.1 0.0 Average Operating Load Light Cart NF-2 Air Compressor MC-IA MC-2A 1 GCTP71/71A (w T56 7B and 9D Eng.0 0.1 0.5 to 10.0 to 2.4 0.0 2.

0 0.1 Average Operating Load Light Cart NF-2 Air Compressor MC-IA MC-2A 1 GTCP85106/106A C-310 E-3BC See Generic 1 See Generic 1 1 GTCP1651/lA E-4B E-6B E-8C F/EF-lllA/D F-15 See Generic 1 1 GTCP660-4 See Generic 1 Se Generic 1 See Generic 2 Generator AM32A-86D Start Carts A/M32A-60/A A/M32A-95 AC/HT HI Hydraulic Test Stand MJ-1-1 MJ-2/TTU-228 Light Cart NF-2 Air Compressor MC-IA MCll MC-2A Bomb Lift MJIB 1 Jet Starter 384238-5-1 F-16 Generator AM32A-86D I 3.0 0.0 1.5 0.25 1.33 20 .0 to 8.0 to 2.0 to 2.33 2.33 0.5 1.33 0.33 0.5 0.25 0.1 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.0 0.0 1.5 0.0 0.

33 0.5 1.0 to 8.5 0.0 0.25 1.0 F-22 F-117 2.0 Light Cart NF-2 Air Compressor MC-IA MC-2A Bomb Lift MJIB 1 3800100-4 T-IA Generator Jetex 1.0 2.5 50% 1500 psi 2.33 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.33 0.0 1.33 1000 amps 21 .5 Average Operating Load Start Carts A/M32A-60/A A/M32A-95 AC/HT HI Hydraulic Test Stand MJ-1-1 MJ-2/TTU-228 Light Cart NF-2 Air Compressor MC-IA MCll MC-2A Bomb Lift MJIB See Generic 2 Generator AM32A-86D Start Carts A/M32A-60/A A/M32A-95 AC/HT ACE802-3293AC HI Hydraulic Test Stand MJ-1-1 0.0 0.33 0.0 1.33 1500 psi 2.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.

75 1.33 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) Average Operating Load Hydraulic Test Stand Airtron 0.'■"' ' 0.75 0.1 T-6A Generator Jetex 40 Start Cart Jet Series 703D AC/HT MA-3D Hydraulic Test Stand 6X620-RDF Light Cart FL-2D Air Compressor MA-IA Tug Generator AM32A-36D HT/AC HI Hydraulic Test Stand MJ-1-1 Light Cart TL-ID Air Compressor MC-IA MC-2A Tug Small Generator AM32A-86D Hydraulic Test Stand MKl MK3A Pressure Tester AF/M32J-1 Tug small 22 0.5 0.5 0.0 1.1 9gpm/3000 psi 120 psi T-41B .33 T-37B ^'■.5 3 gpm/1500psi 1000 Watts 1200 psi 120 psi 1.0 0.25 AT/T-38A/B 28VDC 0.0 0.17 0.17 28VDC 150 F 0.0 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.75 150 F 28VDC 1.

Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 2.0 23 .0 to 2.0 2.0 to 16.0 1.0 2.0 0.0 Average Operating Load T-43C ■' Generator AM32A-86D Essex B8098 AC/HT MA-3D Hydraulic Test Stand HPE45 FL-ID MC-IA 1 GTCP85-129 Generator AM32A-86D Start Cart M24A-9 AC/HT H-1 Hydraulic Test Stand MJ2/TTU-229 Light Units NF2D TF-1 Air Compressor MC-IA MC-2A See Generic 3 See Generic 3 Generator AM32A-86D AC/HT HI Hydraulic Test Stand MJ-2/TTU-228 Light Carts NF2D FL-ID 28VDC 28VDC 2.0 1.0 2.25 8.0 3000 psi HH-IN 10% 28VDC 1.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 10% 8.0 2.0 300 psi 120 psi HH-3E CH-3E MH53J/M/NCH53A/TH-53A 3.0 1.0 12.0 1.0 2.

5 2.0 0.0 4.25 0.5 1.0 24.0 2.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 4.0 0.0 1.25 40% 24 .0 1/0 2.0 24.0 6.0 to 11.25 0.5 1.0 Average Operating Load Air Compressor MC-2A 1 T62T27 UH-60A Generator AM32A-86D Start Cart AM32A-95 AC/HT MA-3D Hll Hydraulic Test Stand MM-1 MJ-2/TTU-228 Light Carts FL-ID Air Compressor MC-IA MC-2A 1 T62T40-1 RQ-IA Generator 805 806 AC/HT MA-3D HI Light Cart FL-ID SeeRQ-lA SeeRQ-lA Generator AM32A-86D Trielectron D200T400 Start Carts MA-IA A/M32A-60/A A/M32A-95 10% 2.0 3.0 2.0 4.0 to 5.0 80% 80% 80% 20 amps RQ-3A RQ-4A Generic 1 Cargo/Bomber (C-130) 4.5 to 4.0 0.

33 0.5 0.5 to 10.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 1.25 1.5 1.33 0.0 0.0 to 10.0 to 8.0 0.0 1.0 to 5.0 0.0 0.5 to 10.33 3000 psi Start Carts AM32A-60/A AM32A-95 AC/HT HI Hydraulic Test Stand MJ-1-1 MJ-2/TTU-228 Light Cart NF-2 Air Compressor MC-IA MCll MC-2A Bomb Lift MJIB 1 Jet Starter 384238-5-1 Generic 3 Helicopter (UH-60A) Generator AM32A-86D Start Cart AM32A-95 0.0 2.33 2.0 0.5 25 .0 10% 0.5 0.0 Average Operating Load Generic 2 Fighter/Fighter Bomber (F-15) AC/HT Ace802-993AC MA-3D HI Hydraulic Test Stand MJ-2A-1 Light Cart NF-2 Air Compressor MC-IA MC-2A Generator AM32A-86D 3.0 1.25 1.0 0.

15 OTHER MILITARY AIRCRAFl ^ Aircraft Ground Auxiliary Support Power Unit Equipment A-4 A-6 A-7 AH-IW AV-8 C-2A CH-3 EP-3 F-4 F-14 See Generic 2 See Generic 2 See Generic 2 See Generic 3 See Generic 2 See Generic 3 See Generic 3 See Generic 1 See Generic 2 See Generic 2 26 Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) Average Operating Load .5 to 4.0 2.0 1/0 2.3 20 amps Diesel Cargo Loader 1.5 0.1 1.6 Deicer Truck (cold weather bases only) 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 2.5 Diesel Fuel Truck 0.5 1.0 Average Operating Load Generic All AC/HT MA-3D Hll Hydraulic Test Stand MJ-1-1 MJ-2/TTU-228 Light Carts FL-ID Air Compressor MC-IA MC-2A Diesel Aircraft Tug Diesel Package Tug 2.0 0.

2002.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment . See Generic 2 See Generic 1 See Generic 1 See Generic 3 Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) Average Operating Load F-18 LC-130 S-3A SH-2 Data provide by USAF flight squadrons and the associated AGE shops. Generic equipment lists obtain from FAA Emission and Dispersion Modeling System 27 .

33 0.58 1.5 0.5 0.5 Airbus 300 1 GTCP331-200 1 GTCP 85 Airbus 319 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit 28 .4 0.75 0.4 0.58 1.5 0.5 1.13 0.13 0.5 0.5 0.TABLE 3-2 COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT AND GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP331-200ER 1GTCP660 1 GTCP 700-4B Airbus 310 Diesel Ground • Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck * Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.5 0.75 0.5 1.8 1.33 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.8 1.4 0.

5 1.13 0.5 0.13 0.5 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.5 0.5 0.8 1.5 1.4 0.75 1 GTCP 36-300 Airbus 320 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP 36-300 Airbus 330 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart 29 .5 0.75 0.8 1.33 0.4 0.58 1.58 1.5 1.13 0.33 0.58 1.5 0.75 0.8 1.5 0.

5 0.33 0.5 0.5 0.5 1.8 1.75 0.33 0.33 0.5 1.5 0.4 1 GTCP85 Airbus 340 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP 331-350 Boeing 707 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP 85 Boeing 717 (MD90) Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide 0.8 1.58 1.58 1.5 0.5 0.13 0.5 0.4 0.13 0.5 0.4 0.13 30 .Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Gasoline Lavatory Truck Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.75 0.

5 1.33 0.5 0.75 0.5 0.58 1.5 1.5 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.13 0.5 0.8 1.13 0.5 1.4 0.33 0.5 0.58 1.58 1.5 0.8 1.75 0.33 0.8 1.4 0.75 0.5 0.4 1 GTCP 85 Boeing 727 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP 85-129 Boeing 737-200 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP 85-129 31 .

5 0.5 0.33 0.4 0.4 0.5 0.8 1.58 1.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.5 0.5 Boeing 737-300 To 500 1 GTCP 85-129 Boeing 737-600 And 700 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 131-9 Boeing 747-200 And 400 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader 32 .75 0.5 1.33 0.75 0.5 0.5 0.8 1.5 0.13 0.58 1.5 0.8 1.13 0.5 1.13 0.

8 1.33 0.58 1.5 1.8 1.5 1.4 33 .4 1 GTCP660 1 PW910A Boeng 757 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP331 200ER Boeing 767 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP331 200ER 0.58 1.75 0.13 0.4 0.33 0.5 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 1.75 0.5 0.33 0.5 0.5 0.4 0.5 0.75 0.13 0.58 1.5 0.5 0.

5 0.13 0.5 1.8 Boeing 777 1 GTCP331500 DC-8 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP85 1 GTCP85-129 DC-9 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader 34 .33 0.13 0.5 1.13 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.33 0.5 0.4 0.58 1.5 0.5 0.75 0.5 0.8 1.5 0.5 0.75 0.5 0.8 1.4 0.58 1.4 0.

5 0.33 35 .Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 1.33 0.8 1.75 0.4 0.4 0.13 0.5 0.4 0.13 0.58 1.58 1.58 1.5 0.5 0.5 1.5 0.8 1.5 0.5 1.5 1.33 0.5 0.75 1 GTCP85 1 GTCP85-129 MD-80 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP 85-129 DC-10 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 0.75 0.

1 0.58 0.4 0.5 0.58 1.58 MD-11 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 TSCP700-4B Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit 1 GTCP36 Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP85 Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Beechcraft 400 BH-1900 Bombadier Cessna 150 36 .1 0.5 0.8 1.4 0.5 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Auxiliary Power Unit 1 TSCP700-4B Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.5 0.8 0.75 0.5 1.1 0.33 0.58 0.1 0.5 0.33 0.58 0.13 0.

8 0.58 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.5 0.33 0.33 0.8 0.5 0.58 0.58 0.58 0.1 0.33 Citation 1 GTCP36 DHC-6 Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP36 DHC-7 Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP36 DHC-8 Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP36 Embraer Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck 0.4 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.8 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.33 0.5 0.1 0.8 0.5 0.4 0.58 37 .

58 1 GTCP 36-150 FokkerF-28 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP 36 Fokker100 Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck • 1 GTCP 36-150 Gulfstream III 38 .33 0.33 0.8 1.75 0.5 0.5 1.8 1.5 0.75 0.5 0.58 1.58 1.5 0.13 0.13 0.33 0.5 0.5 0.5 1.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.4 0.8 0.5 0.4 0.1 0.4 0.

5 0.75 0.33 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.8 0.58 1.33 0.1 0.8 1.58 0.33 0.8 0.8 0.4 0.4 1 GTCP36 Gulfstream V Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP36 Kingair Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck NF-2 Light Cart Gasoline Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP660 L-1011-500 39 .58 0.5 0.5 1.1 0.33 0.4 0.5 0.13 0.

1 0.4 Learjet .1 0.5 0.5 0.1 0.4 0.8 0.5 0.33 0. Saab 340 Short 360 1 GTCP36 Swearingen Metroliner Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck 1 GTCP 36 Aerospace Ground Support Equipment data obtained fi-om FAA Emissions and Dispersion Modeling System 40 .33 0.58 0.33 0.5 0.8 0.33 0.58 0.Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel Ground Power Unit Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Lavatory Truck Auxiliary Power Unit Operating Time Per LTO Cycle (Hr Operated) 0.58 0.8 0.8 0.1 0.58 0.

SECTION 4 MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT ENGINE EMISSION FACTORS 41 .

88 4.14 49.49 1.14 16.22 258.706 5.69 62.21 282.247 1.314 1.48 17.89 16.14 38.10 4.06 1.557 15.533 6.04 4.89 47.05 0.69 Climbout Takeoff FlOO-PW-200 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff FlOO-PW-220 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff FlOO-PW-229 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff FlOl-GE-102 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff F103-GE-100«fe Idle-out/Idle-in 101 Approach Climbout Takeoff F108-CF-100 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach CUmbout Takeoff FllO-GE-100 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff .016 3.09 11.23 10.85 946.77 11.598 16.084 3.33 149.91 2.738 1. 42 .71 37.136 2.27 7.67 10.547 5.69 6.76 54.33 2.23 4.770 41.75 338.65 16.19 5.43 0.13 46.78 4.58 6.675 19.62 0.85 43.16 27.87 120.93 517.00 0.52 1596.80 33.17 8.24 8.84 1.95 3.22 15.67 5.84 9.92 3.88 1593.07 2.682 1.28 9.49 27.33 4.94 5.19 1.42 19.71 9.47 9.650 6.10 0.09 0.29 357.TABLE 4-1 MILITARY AIRCRAFT ENGINE EMISSION FACTORS Engine and Engine Setting Model Number Engine Fuel Flowrate Ib/hr 1.27 1.63 0.73 76.24 10.34 1058.37 4.65 1.72' 102.793 1.97 11.044 4.458 1.68 5.406 40.09 8.93 2.098 5.074 1.374 Nox Ib/hr CO Ib/hr HC Ib/hr 'Particulate Ib/hr FlOO-PW-lOO Idle-out/Idle-in Approach 4.28 2.04 3.117 4.31 3.96 721.65 381.17 0.63 8.97 5.19 5.96 6.26 7.62 38.837 5.70 105.14 46.21 2.19 2.617 54.52 7.087 3.135 5.61 19.23 13.44 1.76 466.86 235.41 22.07 43.41 0.70 8.96 499.58 41.82 1.03 23.44 98.238 15.98 348.87 30.29 10.80 4.51 14.95 23.57 665.25 1135.41 254.08 127.07 25.25 11.52 86.92 3.68 63.00 48.41 0.15 12.838 20.42 44.77 0.746 7.128 6.097 2.

55 4.87 11.40 0.48 124.15 5.25 0.00 0.65 3.13 2.38 4.64 80.69 33.38 18.071 2.72 2.29 0.617 167 872 1.Engine and Engine Setting Model Number Engine Fuel Flowrate Ib/hr 1.22 32.64 1.62 5.28 1.96 80.33 7.93 4.503 7.84 114.279 10.088 2.58 10.00 11.59 23.26 1.93 9.44 2.86 8.82 19.72 41.37 1.99 44.76 21.138 1.773 6.00 0.76 1.76 3.00 0.350 10.956 7.110 18.22 0.26 0.76 160.35 35.37 16.79 4.37 55.94 22.90 1.67 253.919 13.08 17.068 3.69 0.16 369.06 0.69 17.64 23.81 0.072 1.22 17.28 2.03 5.740 10.58 4.45 2.826 1.38 1.63 84.07 3.49 123.93 5.92 21.887 1.53 169.14 18.30 35.70 6.91 15.136 16.77 98.097 3.32 61.00 0.53 0.976 1.93 J69-25A J85-GE-5H JT-D-3B 43 .80 3.42 0.83 27.74 0.06 100.28 ND ND 9.83 2.16 115.377 2.00 34.07 1090.23 6.58 26.92 2.08 66.77 1760.206 5.07 56.62 25.36 360.02 7.574 9.32 4.01 1. 4.49 5.155 8.30 17.10 74.01 35.74 3.32 12.40 0.30 21.06 12.76 327.34 5.21 12.085 506 1.36 ND 35.13 26.64 114.51 0.613 8.104 4.54 10.110 6.790 Nox Ib/hr CO Ib/hr HC Ib/hr Particulate Ib/hr FllO-GE-129 F113-RR-100 F117-PW-100 F118-GE-100 F119-PW-100 F404-GE400/FID2 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out^dle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach/ Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-outTdle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff 3.04 4.63 13.036 4.79 479.23 .46 14.37 5.63 0.30 57.26 23.94 121.93 5.19 2.21 103.85 3.35 3.64 2.762 7.11 125.85 2.22 7.612 654 3.20 0.32 8.41 2.

48 0.456 362 663 948 2.91 7.21 5.08 1.53 13.29 1.98 16.82 56.60 4.84 5.02 0.65 2.07 85.04 3.95 0.55 30.30 3.02 .21 44 16.20 2.51 2.22 0.67 0.47 0. 1.58 187.48 1.01 7.57 2.28 0.73 37.89 6.35 0.36 5.69 0.01 0.37 1.67 0.19 23.61 1.32 1.55 1.43 7.77 1.69 4.611 2.50 4.800 Nox Ib/hr CO Ib/hr HC Ib/hr ^Particulate Ib/hr Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff PT6A-27 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff PT6A-41&42 Tdle-out/Tdle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff PT6A-68 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff T56-A-7 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff T56-A-9 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff T56-A-15 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff T406-AD-400 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff TF30-P-109 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff TF33-P-3/103 Idle-out/Idle-in Approach JT15D-5B 0.35 4.16 6.74 10.00 .18 0.06 1.05 1.900 5.507 761 2.92 9.07 2.46 45.11 0.27 3.59 4.53 6.900 38.13 0.38 3.69 3.18 0.14 18.73 2.08 16.03 20.50 3.96 1.460 900 3.44 238.77 0.43 17.16 4.30 1.92 0.02 2.33 7.180 2.23 16.14 1.14 6.30 21.12 5.52 3.48 2.71 4.56 2.35 2.93 ■ 5.19 0.73 0. 0.52 2.32 5.62 0.80 2.64 11.105 740 949 1.28 4.69 3.21 ^ 0.01 0.16 5.18 4.58 9.72 0.28 1.82 5.81 4.21 5.90 17.00 0.73 0.77 81.42 0.25 24.53 0.76 4.30 24.24 15.09 .72 1. 1.10 1.40 2.80 3.724 2.66.04 0.19 3.Engine and Engine Setting Model Number Engine Fuel Flowrate Ib/hr 221 496 1.07 0.32 2.37 6.08 4.068 900 1.12 28.18 3.359 1.55 19.68 1.60 19.46 3.17 56.17 5.77 3.22 0.52 0.96 0.35 3.88 0.630 115 215 400 425 147 273 473 510 155 331 517 634 740 924 1.33 23.240 2.13 5.32 60.00 1.28 4.49 3.77 0.20 4.57 4.

53 21.54 8.30 3.120 4.64 48.05 108.00 0.04 20.81 6.36 4.476 1.26 42.74 1.026 1.79 7.72 4.88 12.95 25.11 11.73 34.786 133 623 Nox Ib/hr CO Ib/hr HC Ib/hr ^Particulate Ib/hr TF33-P-5&9 TF33-P-7/7A TF33-P-100 TF33-P102&102A Climbout Takeoff Tdle-oiit/Tdle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Chmbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in 49.108 2.84 151.47 21.448 10.17 89.20 0.92 22.10 0.82 5.982 7.861 206 571 1.92 19.91 0.88 2.65 1.Engine and Engine Setting Model Number Engine Fuel Flowrate Ib/hr 6.069 10.912 6.58 106.43 11.29 0.87 1.94 38.29 8.39 2.786 206 571 1.44 17.73 34.85 8.960 9.10 0.52 12.00 1.39 14.88 2.59 10.49 137 3.38 68.440 1.72 3.85 61.79 23.15 452.92 124.47 0.36 0.11 1.70 0.49 1.39 2.79 15.856 1.02 9.66 17.59 4.36 36.09 10.98 12.66 3.20 1.44 4.37 14.04 33.476 1.61 3.140 8.56 26.Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach TF39-GE-1C TFE731-2/2A ■ T53-L-13 T58-GE-5 45 .15 2.16 3.64 4.756 449 773 1.29 .632 9.70 28.49 0.00 0.541 13.15 0.21 23.74 9.41 2.17 0.69 18.34 124.10 84.25 14.794 8.22 8.065 3.98 2.88 13.630 1.43 6.78 13. 0.81 0.87 258.76 0.33 1.91 6.76 0.25 353.71 113.54 4.94 23.34 5.04 3.28 145.14 22.85 8.94 23.60 116.00 144.77 64.37 70.82 138.11 9.54 4.516 3.38 Approach Climbout Takeoff TF34-GE-100.08 3.58 24.72 3.11 3.97 1.108 1.14 24.81 6.20 0.75 40.37 3.985 8.70 5.83 9.64 104.67 13.447 12.73 26.69 31.240 7.64 9.00 9.16 16.055 3.02 23.29 1.65 101.49 58.81 0.22 35.33 10.58 14.

Engine and Engine Setting Model Number

Engine Fuel Flowrate Ib/hr 757 821 284 1,217 1,714 1,882 138 143 283 412 133 500 589 706

Nox Ib/hr

CO Ib/hr

HC Ib/hr

'Particulate Ib/hr

T64-GE-100

T400-CP-400

T700-GE-700

Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle-out/Idle-in Approach Climbout Takeoff

4.85 5.56 0.46 6.68 12.77 15.07 0.42 0.44 1.39 2.75 0.37 3.78 4.82 6.08

7.67 7.67 21.43 6.05 3.17 5.59 4.11 4.39 0.75 0.31 7.07 2.63 2.21 2.18

1.06 2.41 7.94 0.24 0.10 0.55 1.44 1.24 0.05 0.05 7.54 0.19 0.29 0.35

1.97 2.13 0.67 2.40 2.76 1.73 033 0.34 0.68 0.99 0.20 0.63 1.31 1.84

Shaded areas indicate that the particulate emission factor is the average particulate emission factor from the Aircraft Engine and Auxiliary Power Unit Emissions Characterization Study, AFIERA, 1999 (2.4 lb/1000 lb fiael). Engine emission factor from "Air Emissions Inventory Guidance Document for Mobile Sources at Air Force Installations", AFIERA January 2002.

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TABLE 4-2 COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT ENGINE EMISSION FACTORS
Engine Model Number TFE731-2-2B Engine Setting Engine Fuel Flowrate (Ib/hr) 190.48 531.75 1,373.04 1,627.01 833.35 2,158.77 6,389.00 7,809.66 1,031.76 2,523.08 7,203.28 8,841.42 904.78 2,301.63 6,285.82 7,508.06 964.14 2,666.71 7,571.56 9,158.88 802.39 2,309.56 6,841.38 8,341.41 928.59 2,888.94 8833.48 10,785.90 932.56 2,823.86 8,539.83 10,381.13 793.66 2,174.64 6,039.78 7,246.15 NOx (Ib/hr) CO (Ib/hr) HC (Ib/hr) Particulate (Ib/hr)

BR700715C1-30

Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach CUmbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff

2.82 5.90 13.08 15.25 4.26 8.23 20.05 27.92 4.3 8.7 17.3 20.4 3.9 8.3 15.5 17.7 4.3 9.1 17.8 20.7 4.0 8.0 19.6 24.6 4.6 10.8 27.2 35.1 4.19 10.0 25.8 32.6 4.30 9.50 17.4 20.5

58.6 22.38 2.03 1.394 17.875 3.23 0.64 0.80 23.5 3.4 0.9 0.9 34.4 3.8 0.95 0.9 26.8 3.1 0.9 0.9 17.6 2.5 0.9 0.9 28.40 1.57 0.50 0.50 34.0 1.75 0.80 0.93 25.90 3.20 0.50 0.60

20.04 4.26 0.128 0.114 0.06 0.02 0.06 0.01 1.13 0.08 0.04 0.04 2.28 0.08 0.05 0.04 1.42 0.07 0.04 0.03 1.4 0.40 0.23 0.23 3.21 0.12 0.10 0.10 5.68 0.062 0.008 0.008 3.10 0.10 0.10 0.10

0.46 1.27 3.29 3.9 2.0 2.58 15.33 18.74 2.47 6.05 17.29 21.22 2.17 5.52 15.09 18.02 2.31 6.4 18.17 21.98 1.92 5.54 16.42 20.02 2.23 6.93 21.2 25.89 2.24 6.78 20.5 24.91 1.9 5.22 14.5 17.4

CFM56-2A

CFM56-3B1

CFM56-3C-1

CFM56-5A1

CFM56-5B1

CFM56-5C2

CFM56-7B20

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Engine Model Number CF6-50C

Engine Setting

CF6-50E

CF6-6K

CF6-80A

CF6-80C2A2

GE90-76B

GE90-90B

V2500-A1

V2533-A5

JT150-5C

Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach CUmbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff

Engine Fuel Flowrate (Ib/hr) 1,682.57 5,103.26 15,198.67 18,881.27 1,293.67 5,261.99 15,397.08 18,738.41 1,371.45 3,804.54 11,357.33 13,778.01 1,190.50 4,881.03 14,246.27 17,024.10 1,523.84 4,682.62 14,055.79 17,079.65 2,380.99 6,190.56 18,492.37 22,460.70 2,484.17 7,015.99 21,873.38 27,135.38 964.14 2,650.84 7,333.46 8,833.48 1,081.76 3,098.06 9,085.07 11,320.83 219.05 538.10 1,430.18 1,707.17

NOx (Ib/hr)

CO (Ib/hr)

HC (Ib/hr)

Particulate (Ib/hr)

3.5 9.4 29.0 35.0 3.4 10.16 25.50 28.97 4.5 11.4 32.6 40.0 3.4 10.3 25.6 29.8 4.49 11.86 18.37 22.35 5.88 12.68 35.39 44.86 6.11 10.62 43.92 57.34 5.91 13.45 30.82 37.13 5.24 10.83 26.67 36.48 1.08 5.23 9.79 9.93

62.3 5.2 0.5 0.5 24.04 3.71 0.45 0.45 54.2 6.5 0.5 0.5 28.2 3.1 1.1 1.1 21.97 2.56 0.05 0.04 40.35 5.80 0.13 0.09 35.79 23.48 0.11 0.08 7.76 0.77 0.55 0.55 9.317 1.65 0.515 0.463 124.60 49.24 4.18 2.52

23.0 1.0 0.7 0.6 2.72 0.28 0.15 0.14 21.0 0.7 0.3 0.3 6.29 0.47 0.29 0.29 1.90 0.12 0.05 0.05 3.42 0.67 0.06 0.07 2.77 1.34 0.07 0.08 0.22 0.15 0.11 0.11 0.100 0.052 0.043 0.047 96.67 16.0 0.67 0

4.04 12.25 36.48 45.31 3.10 12.63 36.95 44.97 3.31 9.13 27.26 33.07 2.86 11.71 34.19 40.86 3.66 11.24 33.73 40.99 5.71 14.86 44.38 53.9 5.96 16.84 52.51 65.12 2.31 6.36 17.6 21.2 2.6 7.44 2.18 27.17 0.53 1.29 3.43 4.1

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21 17.36 1.00 1.40 0.2 0.492.912.30 19.4 0.84 7.42 15.79 34.1 0.047.1 3.700.5 4.071.66 23.1 112.88 34.43 1.57 7.896.7 57.01 1.78 14.0 4.198.3 9.96 0.00 8.1 2.54 46.08 0.35 4.841.428.58 33.90 5.428.6 18.43 1.2 10.15 1.746.54 4.83 9.25 0.40 11.23 20.79 0.659.47 0.65 0.8 1.5 39.69 2.62 1.89 35.174.69 2.64 2.10 0.71 19.2 0.349.54 1.43 46.1 1.77 6.51 49 .05 0.89 3.24 2.75 5.45 0.48 42.64 23.61 9.2 35.2 1.45 2.12 1.0 0.92 3.6 0 0 25.98 2.44 7.500.10 15.172.5 138.0 123.460.0 19.00 0.3 34.7 4.4 1.40 8.59 12.44 2.25 0.0 2.250.3 32.230.13 9.26 13.8 9.960.4 0.72 NOx (Ib/hr) CO (Ib/hr) HC (Ib/hr) Particulate (Ib/hr) 2.2 9.03 3.11 1.68 11.9 15.00 2.650.365.9 12.0 22.55 15.17 4.254.154.63 4.69 10.18 6.50 1.25 0.51 5.92 8.0 4.0 24.89 2.36 19.57 6.48 18.81 6.0 5.896.067.3 0.5 2.73 0.18 0.59 17.026 5.681.08 39.Engine Model Number JT3D-3B Engine Setting JT3D-7 series JT8D-11 JT8D-15 JT8D-17 JT8D-9 series JT9D-7A PW2040 PW4074D PW4077 Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Engine Fuel Flowrate (Ib/hr) 1.95 15.68 13.66 1.405.1 2.26 23.04 7.02 11.035 0.912.6 7.976.99 19.7 31.81 11.8 6.55 1.64 14.90 0.015.1 2.23 2.81 4.0 0.74 34.47 36.317.06 7.20 5.1 0.35 2.20 2.9 1.64 0.24 83.5 9.65 16.4 21.476.43 27.75 22.0 0.98 1.30 6.86 6.1 7.36 2.36 17.74 17.8 14.2 11.190.50 10.3 3.6 28.8 98.34 0.1 0.396.0 9.0 1.68 19.12 5.166.6 27.809.4 0.714.93 23.23 19.952.0 1.1 2.07 0.78 2.35 8.25 10.4 34.95 9.9 3.6 1.3 6.674.5 38.02 56.

15 0.53 21.397.46 1.15 20.35 13.222.06 0.03 2.29 3.90 3.10 18.71 10.9 944.603.53 25.91 5.43 21.75 1.46 0.03 1.937.32 1.41 0.66 0.3 33.94 29.21 11.02 39.19 49.78 0 0 0 4.63 0.794.62 16.03 0.8 4.28 0.33 39.01 1.00 4.28 1.579.32 Trent 772 Trent 875 50 .77 6.001 1.50 5.62 1.90 21.54 2.46 16.00 1.06 13.865.29 0.397.28 0.555.70 4.01 0.55 33.595.46 36.46 2.71 74.008.047.28 14.19 42.47 12.014 0.78 66.936.62 2.00 2.38 30.60 0.674.56 40.74 0.44 34.65 7.54 58.222.81 4.38 4.5 5.508.3 26.3 3.43 27.17 24.05 0.63 9.29 13.698.80 61.833.27 4.94 0.52 25.74 1.62 10.21 54.16 0.49 16.26 6.43 26.16 0.06 0.7 0.37 1.70 6.Engine Model Number PW4084D Engine Setting PW4090 PW4460 RB211-524G RB211535E4B Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Idle Approach Climbout Takeoff Engine Fuel Fiowrate (Ib/hr) 2.03 0.47 19.86 0.55 16.84 13.46 761.33 16.23 56.29 2.66 .37 13.08 4.690.62 49.03 0.14 1.86 0.53 5.063.30 0.43 39.21 20.984.83 4.095.44 0.754.01 0 0 1.476.00 0.15 7.95 5.65 5.9 12.746.03 1.43 0.365.26 6.95 59.508.64 10.59 4.91 17.015.72 50.82 16.48 0.627.70 2.00 6.7 0.42 4.88 0.25 2.24 20.24 0.48 31.05 SPEY Mk555 TAY Mk65015 4.29 0.198.2 19.37 23.33 16.02 7.507.19 3.59 11.51 0.29 0.71 3.19 20.76 48.992.39 39.03 0.25 4.547.95 13.14 60.55 2.0 24.96 NOx (Ib/hr) CO (Ib/hr) HC (Ib/hr) Particulate (Ib/hr) 53.8 4.7 1.88 5.127.74 17.92 3.78 0.10 3.28 52.7 32.23 0.18 20.89 0.65 16.

14 Climbout 21. Particulate emission factor is the average particulate emission factor from the Aircraft Engine and AuxiUary Power Unit Emissions Characterization Study.19 1.09 5.98 10.36 5.48 Climbout 22.20 0 61.29 0.142.02 76.76 1.55 5.619.936.65 0 18.59 0.27 0.47 27.Engine Nox^ CO* HC' Particulate^ Fuel (Ib/hr) (Ib/hr) (Ib/hr) (Ib/hr) Fiowrate (Ib/hr) Trent 877 Idle 2.27 45.00 60.71 Approach 7.90 Approach 7.984.1032. Emission factors obtained from ICAO Database 2.3 0.44 40.76 0.07 0. (2.476.89 34.19 0.05 Takeoff 28.4 lb/1000 lb of fuel) Engine Model Number Engine Setting 51 .28 0.4603.99 5.48 Trent 895 Idle 2.58 0.460.54 11.11 14.71 0.14 Trent 884 Idle 2.81 Trent 892 Idle 2.00 20. 1999.33 Approach 7.18 0 55.54 0.47 11.2 0 59.222. AFIERA.66 47.16 0 50.00 5.07 0.05 Climbout 2.33 13.76 Takeoff 31.7 0.0 Climbout 25.05 0.89 30.89 6.57 0 19.698.59 0.62 34.01 74.24 0 67.936.75 18.317.63 0.67 Takeoff 25.380.64 11.05 Takeoff 3.39 0.26 4.80 0 17.7 5.333.59 33.42 1.79 0.04 15.29 Approach 8.254.111.

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SECTION 5 MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT EMISSION FACTORS 53 .

5 HP)' PD501' MJ-1-1(97 HP)' MJ-2A' MJ-2/TTU-228(125 HP)' MJ-2/TTU-229(125 HP)' M32T1^ A/M27T-13 Jacking Manifold (30 HP)' Onan Generator Light Cart (10.08 0.11 HC LB/HR 0.23 0.13 0.28 ND 0.46 0.47 0.76 3.03 0.02 0.27 0.28 NDA NDA NDA 0.08 0.17 0.16 0.26 0.02 ND 0.18 0.61 6.18 0.28 0.47 2.12 1.5 HP)' HI(6.85 CO LB/HR 0.65 0.19 0.08 0.26 3.19 0.06 .02 0.00 0.20 0.08 0.48 5.16 PART LB/HR 0.04 2.82 1.41 0.64 0.15 1.07 0.16 7.39 5.05 0.94 7.18 NDA 0.85 3.76 2.50 12.19 0.06 0.17 0.16 0.86 0.20 0.25 0.08 8.46 0.18 0.16 NDA 54 .52 1.18 1.16 0.09 0.21 0.13 2.5 HP)' BT-400-46(6.TABLES! MILITARY AIRCRAFT GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT EMISSION FACTORS Ground Support Equipment and Auxiliary Power Units AM32A-86D Generator (148 HP)' Trielectron D2001400(236 HP)' Ground Mobile Gen Set(150 HP)* Essex 90CU24P5^ Jetex^ AM32A-60A Start Cart (180 HP)' AM32A-95(155HP)' Ace 802-329 AC(272 HP)' Ace 401' B-IB AC(300 HP)' MA-3D AC(120 HP)' IHl Heater(6.13 0.15 0.26 0.97 7.21 0. 0.21 0.5 HP)' NF2^ TF-1 MC-1A(18.4HP)' MC-2A^ NOX LB/HR 6.15 NDA 0.02 0.65 0.11 0.20 0.41 0.22 1.

22 0.55 0.41 0.06 0.27 0. Jan 2002 Data from FAA Emissions and Dispersion Modeling System No emission factors available fot this AGE.60 0.12 0.06 0.15 0.18 0.97 CO LB/HR 0.11 PART IB/HR NDA NDA 0.04 1.49 0.54 4.47 0.05 0. NDA No Data Available 55 .04 0.22 0.48 0.23 0.25 0.56 1.27 0.04 0.01 0.05 0.13 0.05 0.02 0.04 0.09 0.02 0.40 0.07 0.11 0.02 0.20 0.23 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.42 0.21 3.02 0.07 0.78 3.Ground Support Equipment and Auxiliary Power Units MC-5(130HP) MC-7(48-52 HP) MCI 1(18.17 0.42 0.12 1.17 0.04 'Data from Air Emissions Inventory Guidance Docimient for Mobile Sources at Air Force Installations.05 0.35 HC LB/HR 0.03 0.4 HPy MJ-40 Bomblift^ MJ-IB Cargo Loader Elevator Loader Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide^ Diesel Belt Loader^ Diesel Cabin Service^ Diesel Bagage Tug^ Diesel Cargo Loader^ Diesel Container Loader Diesel Fuel Truck^ Diesel Deicer 0 NOX LB/HR .34 4.80 0. 0.21 3.

00 Data from F/V\ Emissions and Dispersion Moodeling System 56 .22 0.05 CO_ LB/HR 0.09 0.04 0.23 0.02 0.03 0.02 0.48 1.04 0.47 HC LB/HR 0.05 0.25 0.02 0.TABLE 5-2 COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT EMISSION FACTORS Ground Support Equipment and Auxiliary Power Units Diesel Air Conditioning Unit Diesel Aircraft Tug Narrow Diesel Aircraft Tug Wide Diesel Belt Loader Diesel Cabin Service Diesel Cargo Loader Diesel Container Loader Diesel Deicer Diesel Fuel Truck Diesel GPU Transporter Diesel Ground Power Unit IHl Heater NF-2 Light Cart NOX LB/HR 2.22 0.11 0.18 0.20 0.02 0.30 0.42 0.05 0.02 0.29 0.54 4.05 0.31 1.90 0.97 0.04 0.35 0.50 0.17 0.23 0.48 0.06 2.27 0.60 0.02 0.20 0.44 0.13 0.02 0.16 PART LBKG/HR 0.40 0.15 0.07 0.06 0.02 0.11 0.56 1.

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73 1.22 0.59 6.43 2.08 0.23 1.59 2.59 1.51 1.80 0.16 0.16 0.59 0.13 ND 0.87 2.51 0.16 0.07 0.03 0.16 PART LB/HR ND ND 0.04 0.47 0.07 0.10 0.29 1.16 0.92 2.15 0.23 4.92 14.11 1.57 36.46 3.01 1.05 0.51 4.22 ND 0.22 ND 0.59 HC LB/HR 0.01 0.16 0.51 CO LB/HR 0.23 1.21 2.03 2.45 1.40 0.73 1.22 ND 0.05 0.15 2.51 1.02 0.78 0.85 1.00 0.51 0.22 ND 0. Air Emissions Inventory Guidance Document for Mobile Sources at Air Force Installations ^Emission Factors from APU GTCP 165-1A ND No Data 58 .77 1.56 2.16 0.11 0.16 ND ND ND ND ND 0.16 3.59 0.77 1.51 1.22 0.23 0.TABLE 6-1 MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT AUXILIARY POWER UNIT EMISSION FACTORS Ground Support Equipment and Auxiliary Power Units APU GTCP30-300 APU GTCP 36 (80HP) APU GTCP 36-50(120 HP)' APU GTCP 36-150 APU GTCP 36-300' APU GTCP 85 (200 HP) APU GTCP 85-98' APU GTCP 85-106/106A(32 HP)' APU GTCP 85-129 (200 HP) APU 85-180(177 HP)^ APU GTCP 71/71A' APU 131-9 APU 131-3A' APU GTCP 165-9(135 HP)^ APU GTCP 165-1A(128 HP)^ APU GTCP331-200ER (143 HP) APU GTCP 331-250 APU GTCP 331-350 APU GTCP331-500 (143 HP) APU GTCP 660 (300 HP) APU TSCP 700 (142 HP) APU TSCP700-4B (142 HP) APU 3800100-4' APUPW910A APUT62T27(65HP)^ APUT41M-9A' NOX LB/HR 1.22 0.31 1.22 Data from FAA Emissions and Dispersion Modeling System imless otherwise specified Average emission rate of all other APU's where emissions were measured.02 0.22 ND 0.38 0.50 1.59 1.51 0.59 6.13 0.16 0.08 0.05 0.59 3.04 0.51 1.51 0.80 3.44 2.63 1.78 2.

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