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CEE 4674: Airport Planning and Design Spring 2011 Assignment 5: Geometric Design Standards Date Due: March 29, 2011 Instructor: Trani Problem #1 A new airport is expected to serve corporate jets. Representative aircraft expected to operate at the airport are: the Cessna Citation Sovereign (C680), the Bombardier Learjet 45, and the Bombardier Challenger 300, among others. The airport located at sea level is expected to have a 6,500 foot runway and an instrument landing system with an approach procedure with visibility minima down to 1/2 miles (ILS Category I equivalent approach). The airport will have an ILS landing system. a) Determine the dimensions of the complete runway and taxiway layout shown in Figure 1 (for the new airport). Clearly indicate the FAA standards used including the tables consulted in the FAA advisory circular 150/5300-13. Figure 1. Simplified Airport Layout for Problem 1. b) Find the width and size of the runway and taxiway shoulders and blast pad areas needed at this airport.
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