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# a3_cee4674_2011 - CEE 4674 Airport Planning and Design...

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CEE 4674: Airport Planning and Design Spring 2011 Assignment 3: Runway Length and EMAS Design Date Due: February 17, 2011 Instructor: Trani Problem 1 The Roanoke Regional Airport would like to request your services to estimate the runway length extension to Runway 15-33 to support regular operations by a new airline using Boeing 717-200 powered by two BMW/Rolls-Royce BR715 engines rated at 18,500 lb. of thrust). Aircraft maximum design taxiway weight is 115,00 lb. More detailed information about airports in the country can be found at the AIRNAV database available on the web at: http:// www.airnav.com/airports/ . a) Find the runway length needed to operate a Boeing 717-200 (full seats) out of ROA without constraints driven by runway length (assume you have all the land needed to built a new runway at ROA). This analysis looks at ROA airfield elevation and temperature but assumes the Maximum Takeoff weight is allowed (not constrained by runway length).

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