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STUDENT GUIDE
T-39 FLIGHT PREPARATION
categories to an RCR or when RCR values are not available, the following relationship
will be used:
RWY CONDITION
ICAO REPORT
RCR
Dry
Good
23
Wet
Medium
12
Icy
Poor
05
(19) Runway Surface Condition (RSC): RSC is the average depth covering the runway
surface measured to 1/10 inch (1 inch is equivalent to a RSC of 10). The runway surface
condition affects both the acceleration and stopping performance of the aircraft and must
be accounted for when determining takeoff and landing data. RSC types are listed below:
WR
Wet runway, standing water
SLR
Slush on runway
LSR
Loose snow on runway
PSR
Packed snow on runway
IR
Ice on runway
(20) Runway Length: Runway length is the paved surface length excluding any overrun.
b. Conditions Affecting Take-Off and ClimbOut Performance
(1)
Aircraft Weight
(2)
Engine Thrust
(3)
Air Density
(4)
Wind Direction and Velocity
(5)
Runway Gradient
(6)
Runway Surface Conditions
3.
CLIMB
a. Definitions
(1)  Climb Speed: Normal climbs (2 engines) can be made using maximum continuous
thrust. When Climbing at maximum continuous thrust, do not exceed 260 KIAS or .69
Mach. EPR must be recalculated every 5000 feet to prevent the possibility of
G-5


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