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# a5_cee4674_2011_sol - CEE 4674: Airport Planning and Design...

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CEE 4674: Airport Planning and Design Spring 2011 Assignment 5: Geometric Design Standards Date Due: Solution 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. Table 1. Dimensions for Critical Aircraft (source: Airliners.net). Critical Aircraft is ADG C-II. All Aircraft Belong to that Aircraft Design Group. Dimension Cessna 680 Bombardier 45 Challenger 300 Length (ft) 18.87m (61ft 10in) 17.68m (58ft 0in) 20.93m (68ft 8in) Wingspan (ft) 19.24m (63ft 1in) 14.57m (47ft 10in) 19.46m (63ft 10in) CEE 4674 Trani Page 1 of 9

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Dimension Cessna 680 Bombardier 45 Challenger 300 Approach Speed (knots) 120 ( http:// www.flightglobal.com/ pdfarchive/view/ 2004/2004-09%20- %201941.html ) 128 (Learjet 55 speed from FAA AC/ 150-5300-13) 125 (similar to CL-600 from FAA AC/ 150-5300-13) FAA ADG C-II C-II C-II Table 2. Dimensions of Critical Elements of the Airfield. Runways with lower than 3/4-statue mile (1200m) approach visibility minimums and ADG C-II. Dimension Value Table in FAA AC 150/5300-13 B 100 ft (30 m) 3-3 C 500 feet (150 m) 400 feet permissible 3-3 D 400 feet (90 m) 2-2 E 79 ft (24 m) 4-1 G 500 feet (150 m) 2-2 J 105 ft (32 m) 2-3 K 65.5 ft (20) 2-3 P 1000 ft (300 m) 3-3 Q 800 ft (240 m) 3-3 R 1000 ft (300 m) 3-3 W 35 ft (10.5 m) 4-1 Z 57.5 ft (17.5 m) Calculated from Taxilane Object Free Area width of 115 ft. b)
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