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2000 - Wet.Contaminated Runway Data.pdf

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Learjet 35/35A/36/36A with Century III Wing Wet/Contaminated Runway Data WET/CONTAMINATED RUNWAY DATA The performance information in this section is not FAA approved and use is not mandatory. These data represent the best available information for planning and use during operations on wet and contaminated runway surfaces. Data were derived by calculation methods which are recognized as aviation industry standards. The use of this information will enhance the safety of operations on wet and con
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  Learjet 35/35A/36/36A with Century III WingWet/ContaminatedRunway Data 11-30-2000 -1 WET/CONTAMINATED RUNWAY DATA The performance information in this section is not  FAA approved and use isnot mandatory. These data represent the best available information for plan-ning and use during operations on wet and contaminated runway surfaces.Data were derived by calculation methods which are recognized as aviation in-dustry standards. The use of this information will enhance the safety of opera-tions on wet and contaminated runways.Refer to Section V, PERFORMANCE DATA of the FAA Approved AirplaneFlight Manual, for data not covered in this section.This addendum does not  apply to holders of FM-024(35A/36A, United Kingdom) NOTE   Title  LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES Use this page to determine the current status of this document. Pages affected by the currentchange are indicated by an asterisk (*) immediately preceding the page number. Dates of issue for srcinal and changed pages are: Learjet 35/35A/36/36A with Century III WingWet /ContaminatedRunway Data 11-30-2000 LOEP Original . . . . . . . . . . . . . .O. . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Nov 2000 This list shows the aircraft applicability of the pages in this addendum. Only the pagesapplicable to the aircraft assigned to this addendum must be retained. Pages not appli-cable to the aircraft may be removed. PageChangeAircraft Affected Title.............................................OAllLOEP..........................................OAllTOC............................................OAll1 thru 4........................................OAll5..................................................OAircraft with Non-Metric Flight Manuals5.1...............................................OAircraft with Metric Flight Manuals6..................................................OAll7..................................................OAircraft with Non-Metric Flight Manuals 7.1...............................................OAircraft with Metric Flight Manuals8..................................................OAll9..................................................OAircraft with Non-Metric Flight Manuals 9.1...............................................OAircraft with Metric Flight Manuals10 thru 12....................................OAll  Learjet 35/35A/36/36A with Century III WingWet/Contaminated Runway Data 11-30-2000 TOC TABLE OF CONTENTS Wet and Contaminated Runway Performance Data  ...........................1General......................................................................................................1Standard Performance Conditions.............................................................2Definitions of Runway Conditions............................................................2Wet.......................................................................................................2Contaminated.......................................................................................2Standing Water, Slush or Loose Snow...........................................2Compacted Snow...........................................................................2Wet Ice...........................................................................................2Takeoff from Wet Runways.......................................................................3Takeoff from Contaminated Runways ......................................................3Takeoff Distance Factors (Figure 1)..........................................................5Takeoff Speeds (Figure 2).........................................................................6Contaminated Runway Takeoff SpeedsModerate Contaminant Depth (Figure 3).............................................7Heavy Contaminant Depth (Figure 5) .................................................9Contaminated Runway Takeoff Speeds Correction ChartModerate Contaminant Depth (Figure 4).............................................8Heavy Contaminant Depth (Figure 6) ...............................................10Landing on Wet Runways .......................................................................11Landing on Contaminated Runways.......................................................11Landing Distance Factors (Figure 7).......................................................12  Learjet 35/35A/36/36A with Century III WingWet/ContaminatedRunway Data 11-30-2000 1 WET AND CONTAMINATED RUNWAY PERFORMANCEDATA GENERAL The following information and procedures have been prepared by Learjet asguidance material for use when operating on wet runways or runway surfacescontaminated by standing water, slush, loose snow, compacted snow or ice.ãThe data have been prepared using industry accepted calculations todetermine the effects of contaminated runway surfaces on the accelerat-ing ground roll and braking ground roll. The effects of actual conditionsmay differ from those used to establish this data. ãThe level of safety is decreased when operating on wet or contaminated runways, therefore, every effort should be made to ensure that the run-way surface is cleared adequately of any significant precipitation.ãWet runway performance data were estimated assuming the water to beof uniform depth and density.ãContaminated runway performance data were calculated assuming thatthe runway is completely contaminated, with the contaminant (standingwater, slush, or snow) to be of uniform depth and density.ãWhen operating on wet or contaminated runways, ground handling char-acteristics will not be as good as can be achieved on dry runways. Thevariability of surface conditions, and crosswinds should be taken intoconsideration. ãWet/Contaminated Runway data was developed in consideration of thefollowing aircraft configurations:- Century III Wing (with or without Softflite)- FC-200 or FC-530 Autopilot- Rosemount or Non-Rosemount Pitot Static SystemThese data are not  applicable to aircraft with the Standard Wing or with any third party modifications that affect per-formance. NOTE

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