9-3 - Takeoff and landing performance o Ground roll...

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Takeoff and landing performance o Ground roll Distance from standing start to where wheels leave the runway o Takeoff distance Distance from standing start to there aircraft is 50’ above level runway o Both assume maximum available power o Factors affecting takeoff performance Weight Air density Less dense = longer takeoff distance and ground roll Faster ground speed required Temp Altitude Humidity Headwind Reduces takeoff distance and ground roll Climb angle is steeper Tailwind Greatly increases takeoff distance and ground roll Climb angle is shallower Crosswind = sin of angle x speed Headwind = cos of angle x wind speed
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