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T-45A/C TS, E2-C2, ADV & IUT Aero-06/07
NATOPS Performance Charts / Charts and Exam Review
b.
Approach speed matrix in thousand of pound
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increments
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c.
Enter approach speed graph with this total
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weight
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d.
From total weight go up to the appropriate flap
configuration line
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e.
From the flap reference line project a line to the
left for the 17 units AOA approach speed in
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KCAS
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f.
The weight to speed relation is a constant; each
200 pounds change in weight increases or
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decreased approach speed by 1 knot
g.
Each increment of flaps less than full flaps adds
18 knots to the approach speed
h.
17 units angle of attack to airspeed calculation
used to cross check these to indications
i.
If airspeed doesn’t correspond to calculation, fly
17 units or calculated airspeed which ever is the
higher airspeed
NOTE: The LSO can verify approach speed
from the aircraft attitude on approach.
Sg 3, fr 17
H.
Landing Distance
Landing Distance
1.
Used to determine landing ground roll distance for
a.
Various flap configurations
b.
Gross weights
c.
Runway conditions dry, wet or icy
d.
Density ration (temperature and pressure
altitude)
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