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TABLE OF CONTENTS

R 1.0 SCOPE
R 1.1Purpose
R 1.2Introduction

R 2.0 AIRPLANE
DESCRIPTION
R 2.1 General Airplane Characteristics
2.2 General Airplane Dimensions
2.2 Airplane Dimensions
2.2.1 Airplane Dimensions – PW Engines
2.2.2 Airplane Dimensions – GE Engines CF6–80C2 2.
R Ground Clearances
2.4 Interior Arrangements
2.4.1 Passengers
2.4.2 Cargo (14 Pallets)
2.4.3 Cargo (13 Pallets)
2.4.4 Cargo (Mixed Pallets : 9 + 5)
2.5 Passenger Compartment Cross Section
2.5.1 Seating Configuration.6 Abreast.First Class
2.5.2 Seating Configuration.8 Abreast.all tourist C
2.5.3 Seating Configuration.9 Abreast.High Density
2.6Lower
Compartments
2.6.1 Containers
2.6.2 Pallets In Forward Cargo Compartment
2.7 Door Clearances
2.7.1 Forward Passenger/Crew Door
2.7.2 Mid Passenger/Crew Door
2.7.3 Emergency Exit
2.7.4 Aft Passenger/Crew Door
2.7.5 Forward Cargo Compartment
2.7.6 Aft Cargo Compartment Door
2.7.7 Bulk Cargo Compartment Door
2.7.8 Upper Deck Cargo Door
2.7.9Radome Travel

3.0 AIRPLANE
PERFORMANCE 3.1
General Infor
mation 3.2 Paylo
ad Range

3.2.1 Payload Range Long Range Cruise (PW JT9D–7R4H


Payload Range Long Range Cruise (GE–CF6–80C2)
Far Take–off Runway Length requirements

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3.3.1 ISA Conditions


3.3.2 ISA + 15°C Conditions
3.4 FAR Landing Runway Lenght Requirements All
3.4.1Ambient Temperatures
3.5 Landing Approach Speed
3.5.1 Landing Approach Speed At 1.3 Vs

4.1 Minimum Turning Radii


4.3.2 Main Landing Gears With Original Bogie
4.3.3 Main Landing Gears With “La Guardia” Bogie
4.4 Visibility From Compartment in Static Position
4.5 Runway and Taxiway Turn Paths
4.5.1 More than 90 Deg. Turn To Taxiway Turn
4.5.2 90 Deg. Turn Runway to Taxiway
4.5.3 90 Deg. Turn Taxiway to Taxiway
4.6 Runway Holding Bay (Apron)

R 5.0 TERMINAL
SERVICING
R 5.1 Airplane Servicing Arrangements – Symbols Used
R Terminal Operations – Turnaround Station
R 5.3 Terminal Operations – En Route Station Groun
5.4 Service Connections
5.4.1 Symbols Used On Ground Service Connections Di
5.4.2Service Connections
5.4.3 Hydraulic System
5.4.4 Electrical System
5.4.5 Oxygen System
5.4.6 Fuel System
5.4.7 Pneumatic System
5.4.8 Potable Water System
R 5.4.10 Toilet System
5.4.11 Vacuum Toilet System
5.5 Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements
5.5.1 Ambient Temperature —40°C (—40°F)
5.5.2 Ambient Temperature +15°C (+60°F)
5.5.3 Ambient Temperature +37.8°C (+100°F)
5.6 Ground Pneumatic Power Requirements
5.6.1 Heating
5.6.1 Cooling
5.7 Preconditioned Airflow Requirements
R 5.8 Ground Towing Requirements

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R 6.0 OPERATING
CONDITIONS
6.1 Jet Engine Exhaust Velocities And Temperatures
Exhaust Velocity Contours – Breakaway Power
Exhaust Temperature Contours – Breakaway Powe
6.1.3Velocity Contours – Take–off Power
6.1.4 Exhaust Temperature Contours – Take–off Power
6.1.5Velocity Contours – Idle Power
6.1.6 Exhaust Temperature Contours – Idle Power
6.2 Community Noise
6.2.1 Noise Data
6.3 Danger Areas of the Engines
6.3.1 Danger Areas of the Engines Ground Idle D
6.3.2Areas of the Engines Take–off
6.3.3 Accoustic Protection Areas
6.3.4 APU Exhaust GAS Temperature and Velocity DECA

R 7.0 PAVEMENT
DATA
R 7.1General
Information
R 7.2 Landing Gear Footprint
R 7.3 Maximum Pavement Loads Models
R 7.4 LG Loading on Pavement
N 7.4.1 LG Loading on Pavement
R 7.5 Flexible Pavement Requirements U.S. Army Fl
N 7.5.1Pavement Requirements
R 7.6 Flexible Pavement Requirements LCN
N 7.6.1 Flexible Pavement Requirements LCN
R 7.7 Rigid Pavement Requirements PCA
N 7.7.1 Rigid Pavement Requirements PCA
R 7.8 Rigid Pavement Requirements LCN
N 7.8.1 Radius of Relatives Stiffness – Inches
N 7.8.2 Rigid Pavement Requirements LCN
R 7.9ACN–PCN
Reporting
System
N 7.9.1 ACN Number Flexible Pavement ACN
N 7.9.2Number Rigid Pavement

N 8.0 DERIVATIVE
AIRPLANES
R 8.1 Possible Future A300–600 Derivative Airplanes

R 9.0 SCALED
DRAWINGS
R 9.1 Scaled Drawing 1 in. = 500 ft. Scaled
R 9.2 Drawing 1 cm. = 500 cm.

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1.0 SCOPE
R 1.1 Purpose
R 1.2 Introduction

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The A300–600 AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS (AC) manual


A300—600 basic versions to provide the necessary d
operators and airlines for the planning of airport

This document conforms to NAS 3601.

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1.2 Introduction

This manual comprises 9 chapters with a List of Ef


at the beginning of each chapter.

Chapter
1 : SCOPE

Chapter
2 : AIRPLANE DESCRIPTION

This chapter contains general dimensional and othe

It covers :
— aircraft dimensions and ground clearances,
— passengers and cargo compartments arrangement.

Chapter
3 : AIRPLANE PERFORMANCE

This chapter indicates the aircraft performance.

It covers :
— payload range,
— takeoff and landing runway requirements, — land
approach speed.

Chapter
4 : GROUND MANEUVERING

This chapter provides the aircraft turning capabil


ground.

It includes :
— turning radii and visibility from the cockpit, —
taxiway turn path.

Chapter
5 : TERMINAL SERVICING

This chapter provides information for the arrangem


equipments.

It covers :
— location and connections of ground servicing eq
— engines starting pneumatic and preconditioned a

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Chapter
6 : OPERATING CONDITIONS

This chapter contains data and safety/environmenta


on the ground.

It covers :
— contour size and shape of the jet engine exhaus

— noise data.

Chapter
7 : PAVEMENT DATA

This chapter contains the pavement data helpful fo

It gives :
— landing gear foot print and static load,
— charts for flexible pavements with Load Classif
pavements with LCN,
— Aircraft Classification Number (ACN), Pavement
system for flexible and rigid pavements.

Chapter
8 : DERIVATIVE AIRPLANES

This chapter gives relevant data of possible new v

Chapter
9 : SCALED DRAWING

This chapter contains different A300—600 scaled dr

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R 2.1 General Airplane Characteristics
2.2 General Airplane Dimensions
R 2.3 Ground Clearances
2.4 Interior Arrangements
2.5 Passenger Compartment Cross Section
2.6 Lower Compartment
2.7 Door Clearances

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The weight terms used throughout this manual are g
definitions.

Maximum Taxi Weight


: (MTW)
Maximum weight for ground maneuver as limited by
airworthiness requirements. (It includes weight o
is also called Maximum Ramp Weight (MRW).

Maximum Landing Weight


: (MLW)
Maximum weight for landing as limited by aircraft
requirements.

Maximum Takeoff Weight


: (MTOW)
Maximum weight for takeoff as limited by aircraft
airworthiness requirements. (This is the maximum
takeoff run).

Maximum Zero Fuel Weight


: (MZFW)
Maximum operational weight of the aircraft withou

Operational Empty Weight


: (OEW)
Weight of structure, powerplant, furnishings, sys
equipment that are an integral part of a particul
plus the operator’s items.
The operator’s items are the flight and cabin crew
unusable fuel, engine oil, emergency equipment, to
galley structure, catering equipment, passenger se
documents, etc.

Maximum Payload
:
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW) minus Operational

Maximum Seating :Capacity


Maximum number of passengers specifically certifi

Maximum Cargo :Volume


Maximum usable volume available for cargo.

:
Usable Fuel
Fuel available for aircraft propulsion.

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A300C4—600 A300C4—600 FREIGHT
AX P
WV000 (Basic)WV008 WV000 (Basic) WV000 (
Maximum Taxi kg 165 900 153 900 165 900 165 900
Weight (MTW) lb 365 740 339 291 365 740 365 740
Maximum Takeoffkg 165 000 153 000 165 000 165 000
Weight (MTOW) lb 363 760 337 304 363 760 363 760
Maximum Landingkg 138 000 138 000 138 000 138 000
Weight (MLW) lb 304 230 304 230 304 230 304 230
Maximum Zero Fuel kg 130 000 130 000 130 000 130 000
Weight (MZFW) lb 286 600 286 600 286 600 286 600
GE CF6—80
86 727 kg (191 198 lb)
Engines
Estimated
PW4000
Operational Empty 90 634 kg (199 814 lb)
Engines
Weight (OEW)
PW JT9D 87 100 kg 83 347 kg
87 100 kg (192 019 lb)
Engines (192 019 lb)
(183 748 lb)
Estimated 273 kg 43
Maximum Payload
402 lb 95
GE CF6—80
Estimated 366 kg 39
Maximum Payload
787 lb 86
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Estimated kg 42 900 42 900 46 653
Maximum Payload
852 PW 102
578
578 lb94
JT9D 94
Standard Seating Single—
274 262
Capacity class
Usable l 62 000 – 76 400 (2)62 000 62 000
Fuel US Gallons 16 380 – 20 184 (2) 16 380 16 380
kg
Capacity 48 670 – 59 974 (2)48 670 48 670
(d=0.785)
lb 107 299 – 132 213 107
(2) 299 107 299
Pressurized m3 860 860860
Fuselage Volume
(A/C non equipped) ft3 30 370 30 370 30 370
Passenger m3 574 540574
Compartment
Volume ft3 20 270 20 270 19 069
Cockpit m3 12 12
12
Volume ft3 424 424
424
Usuable Cargo m3 158.54 158.54
158.54
Compartment
Volume (1) ft3 5 602 5 602 5 602
(1) Volume of Cargo Compartments : Fwd
: Cargo
76.51 Compartmen
m3 (2 702
Aft Cargo Hold Compartment : 61.03
Compartment : 21 m3 (742 ft3)
(2) ACT only for WV000 with PW JT9D engine

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WV000
Maximum Taxi 171 400 172 600 172 600 168 700
Weight (MTW) lb 377 870 380 518 380 518 371 920
kg
Maximum Takeoff 170 500 171 700 171 700 167 800
Weight (MTOW) lb 375 890 378 530 378 530 369 932
kg
Maximum Landing 140 000 140 000 138 000 140 000
Weight (MLW) lb 308 650 308 650 304 230 308 650
kg
Maximum Zero Fuel 130 000 130 000 130 000 130 000
Weight (MZFW) lb 286 600 286 600 286 600 286 600
GE CF6—80
Estimated 88 805 kg (195 779 lb)
Engines
Operational Empty
PW4000
Weight (OEW) 88 626 kg (195 384 lb)
Engines
Estimated
195 kg 41
Maximum Payload
818 GE CF6—80lb 90
Estimated kg
37441
Maximum Payload
PW4000 lb
21391
Standard Seating
single—
274
Capacity class
Usable l 160 68
Fuel US Gallons 18 008
kg
Capacity 53 505
(d=0.785)
lb 958 117
Pressurized m3 860
Fuselage Volume
370 non equipped)
(A/C ft3 30
Passenger m3 574
Compartment
270
Volume ft3 20
Cockpit m3 12
Volume ft3 424
Usuable Cargo m3 158.54
Compartment
602
Volume (1) ft3 5
(1) Volume of Cargo Compartments : Fwd
: Cargo
76.51 Compartmen
m3 (2 702
Aft Cargo Hold Compartment : 61.03
Compartment : 21 m3 (742 ft3)

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WV004 WV005 WV007 WV008 WV010
Maximum Taxi kg 172 600 144 900 153 900 150 900 140 900
Weight (MTW) lb 380 518 319 450 339 291 332 677 310 631
kg
Maximum Takeoff 171 700 144 000 153 000 150 000 140 000
Weight (MTOW) lb 378 530 317 462 337 304 330 690 308 650
kg
Maximum Landing 140 000 140 000 140 000 140 000 140 000
Weight (MLW) lb 308 650 308 650 308 650 308 650 308 650
kg
Maximum Zero Fuel 130 000 130 000 130 000 130 000 130 000
Weight (MZFW) lb 286 600 286 600 286 600 286 600 286 600
GE CF6—80
Estimated 88 805 kg (195 779 lb)
Engines
Operational Empty
PW4000
Weight (OEW) 88 626 kg (195 384 lb)
Engines
Estimated kg 41 195 41 195
Maximum Payload
GE CF6—80lb818
90 90 818
Estimated kg 41 374 41 374
Maximum Payload
PW4000 lb 91 213 91 213
Standard Seating
single—
274
Capacity class
Usable l 68 160
Fuel US Gallons 18 008
kg
Capacity 53 505
(d=0.785)
lb 117 958
Pressurized m3 860
Fuselage Volume
ft3 30 370
(A/C non equipped)
Passenger m3 574
Compartment
Volume ft3 20 270
Cockpit m3 12
Volume ft3 424
Usuable Cargo m3 158.54
Compartment
Volume (1) ft3 5 602
(1) Volume of Cargo Compartments : Fwd
: Cargo
76.51 Compartmen
m3 (2 702
Aft Cargo Hold Compartment : 61.03
Compartment : 21 m3 (742 ft3)

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2.3 Ground Clearances

NOTE
: The distances given in the Ground Clearances
distances calculated for A/C weight and CG con
The conditions used in the calculations are ma
(minimum ground clearances) and a typical A/C
(typical ground clearances for maintenance).

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5.0 TERMINAL SERVICING

R 5.1 Airplane Servicing Arrangements


5.2 Terminal Operations — Turnaround Station R
5.3 Terminal Operations — En Route Station R

R 5.4 Ground Service Connections


5.5 Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements
5.6 Ground Pneumatic Power Requirements
5.7 Preconditioned Airflow Requirements

R 5.8 Ground Towing Requirements

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This section provides typical ramp layouts, showing


turnaround scenarios.
These ramp layouts show typical arrangements only. E
requirements/regulations for the positioning and ope

For each ramp layout, the associated typical turnaro


Chart in section 5.2 for the passenger aircraft and
aircraft.

AS — AIR STARTING VEHICLE


BC — BULKCONVEYOR
BF — BULKFREIGHTVEHICLE
C — CABIN CLEANING TRUCK
CPL — CONTAINER/PALLET LOADER
CPT — CONTAINER/PALLET TRANSPORTER
CS — CABIN CLEANERS STEPS
F —REFUELINGVEHICLE
FC — FREIGHT/CARGOTRAIN
G —GALLEYLOADINGVEHICLE
GC — PRECONDITIONED AIR GROUND TRUCK
GPU — ELECTRICAL GROUND POWER UNIT
MDL — MAIN DECK LOADER
PS — PASSENGER ACCESS STEPS
T —TOILETSERVICINGVEHICLE
W — WATER REPLENISHMENT VEHICLE

Airplane Servicing Arrangements


Symbols Used On Servicing Diagrams
Model A300—600 – A300C4—600

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Open Apron Free Standing
Model A300—600

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Open Apron Free Standing
Model A300C4—600

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5.2 Terminal Operations – Turnaround Station


This section provides a chart showing typical a
intermediate turnaround. This data is provided
scope and type of activities involved in ramp o
turnaround of an aircraft. Varying Airline prac
circumstances may result in different sequences
intervals to do the activities shown.

Terminal Operations — Turnaround Station


Model A300—600

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5.3 Terminal Operations – En Route Station


This section provides a chart showing typical a
turnaround. This data is provided to show the g
activities involved in ramp operations during t
aircraft. Varying Airline practices and operati
result in different sequences and different tim
activities shown.

Terminal Operations — En Route Station


A300C4—600
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TOILET SYSTEM
DISTANCE : Meters (ft
MEAN
FROM AIRPLANE
AFT OF CENTERLINE HEIGHT
NOSE FROM
RH SIDE LH GROUND
SIDE

— Per servicing panel 4.40 1.71 3.29


One standard 4 in. drain (14-5)
connection (5-7) (10-9)
R and one Roylyn 1 in. in front and two
R Roylyn 1 in. flush connection behind.
43.76 0.64 4.29
(143-7)(2-1) (14.0)

Capacity Single toilet :

: 58.7 liters (12.9 Imp. gal) (15.5 US g


— Chemical fluid : 9.5 liters ( 2.1 Imp. gal) (

Capacity Double toilet :

: 120 liters (26.4 Imp. gal) (31.6 US ga


— Chemical fluid : 19 liters ( 4.2 Imp. gal) ( 5

Ground Service Connections


Toilet System
Model A300—600

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5—8 Ground Towing Requirements


This section provides information on aircraft T

The A300—600 is designed with means for convent


towbarless towing. Information on towbar less t
SIL 09—002 and chapter 9 of the Aircraft Mainte

1.Ground Towing

It is possible to tow or push the aircraft, a


with engines at zero or up to idle thrust, us
to the nose gear leg. Two towbar fittings are
front of the leg and one at the back.

The body gears have attachment points for tow


7 of the Aircraft Recovery Manual).

A. The first part of this section shows the c


draw bar pull and tow tractor mass requiremen
the following physical characteristics :

— Aircraft weight
— Slope
— Number of engines at idle

The chart is based on the A300—600 engine t

The chart is therefore valid for all A300—6

B. The second part of this section supplies g

NOTE
: Information on aircraft towing procedu
corresponding aircraft limitations are
Maintenance Manual.

Ground Towing Requirements

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2.Towbar design guidelines

The aircraft towbar shall respect the followi

" SAE AS 1614, “Main Line Aircraft Tow Bar Att

" SAE ARP1915 Revision C, “Aircraft Tow Bar”,


" ISO 8267—1, “Aircraft — Tow bar attachment f
1 : Main line aircraft”,
" ISO 9667, “Aircraft ground support equipment
" IATA Airport Handling Manual AHM 958, “Funct
Towbar”

A conventional type tow bar is required which


system to protect the nose gear against jerks

— A traction shear pin calibrated at 16550 da


— A torsion pin calibrated at 1750 m.daN (129
The towing head is designed according to SAE/

There is a variety of shear pin arrangements


shear pins depend on them. We hereafter show
classically used on towbars.

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Ground Towing Requirements


Typical Tow Bar Configuration 1

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Ground Towing Requirements


Typical Tow Bar Configuration 2

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Ground Towing Requirements


Nose Gear Towing Fittings

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6.0 OPERATING CONDITIONS


6.1 Jet Engine Exhaust Velocities and Temperatur
6.1.1 Exhaust Velocity Contours – Breakaway Po
6.1.2 Exhaust Temperature Contours – Breakaway
6.1.3 Exhaust Velocity Contours – Take–off Pow
6.1.4 Exhaust Temperature Contours – Take–off
6.1.5 Exhaust Velocity Contours – Idle Power
6.1.6 Exhaust Temperature Contours – Idle Powe
6.2 Airport and Community Noise
6.2.1 Noise Data
6.3 Danger Areas of the Engines
R 6.3.1 Danger Areas of the Engines — Ground Idl
6.3.2 Danger Areas of the Engines — Take—off
R 6.3.3 Acoustic Protection Areas
6.3.4 APU — Exhaust Gas Temperature and Veloci

— Definition of Breakaway Power


Breakaway Power means the minimum power necessary

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6.3 Danger Areas of the Engines


6.3.1 Danger Areas of the Engines Ground
Engine)
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6.3 Danger Areas of the Engines


6.3.3 Danger Areas of the Engines Acoustic P

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7.0 PAVEMENT DATA


7.1 General Information
7.2 Landing Gear Footprint
7.3 Maximum Pavement Loads
7.4 LG Loading on Pavement
7.4.1LG Loading on Pavement
7.5 Flexible Pavement Requirements U.S. Army
7.5.1Flexible Pavement Requirements
7.6 Flexible Pavement Requirements LCN
7.6.1Flexible Pavement Requirements LCN
7.7 Rigid Pavement Requirements PCA
7.7.1Rigid Pavement Requirements PCA
7.8 Rigid Pavement Requirements LCN
7.8.1Radius of Relatives Stiffness – Inches
7.8.2Rigid Pavement Requirements LCN
7.8.3Radius of Relative Stiffness – Other value
7.8.4Radius of Relative Stiffness – Other value
7.9 ACN–PCN Reporting System
7.9.1ACN Number Flexible Pavement
7.9.2ACN Number Rigid Pavement

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PAVEMENT DATA
7.1 General Information
–A300B4–600 Models

1.General Information

A brief description of the pavement charts that

To aid in the interpolation between the discrete


airplane configuration is shown with a minimum r
the main landing gear.

All curves on the charts represent data at a con

— the airplane loaded to the maximum ramp weight


its maximum permissible aft position.

Pavement requirements for commercial airplanes a


loads imposed on the main landing gear struts.

Section 7.2.0, presents basic data on the landin


ramp weights and tire sizes and pressures.

Section 7.3.0, shows maximum vertical and horizo


conditions at the tire–ground interfaces.

Section 7.4.1 contains charts to find these load


airplane at rest on the pavement.

These main landing gear loads are used as the po


pavement design charts which follow, interpolati
necessary.

Section 7.5.1 uses procedures in Instruction Rep


“Procedures for Development of CBR Design Curves
show flexible pavement design curves.
The report was prepared by the U.S. Army Corps E
Experiment Station, Soils and Pavement Laborator
Mississippi.

Section 7.5.1 & 7.9.1 uses the new load repetiti


AN 4/20.1-EB/07/26.

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The line showing 10 000 coverages is used to cal


(ACN).

2.Flexible Pavement

The procedure that follows is used to develop fl


Section 7.5.1.

A.With the scale for pavement thickness at the b


arbitary line is drawn representing
10 000 coverages.

B.Incremental values of the weight on the main l

C.Annual departure line are drawn based on the l


that is shown on the graph.

Section 7.7.1 gives the rigid pavement design cu


prepared with the use of the Westergaard Equatio
accordance with the procedures outlined in the P
Association publications, “Design of Concrete Ai
and “Computer Program for Airport Pavement Desig
1967 both by Robert G. Packard.

3.Rigid Pavement

The procedure that follows is used to develop ri


shown in Section 7.7.1.

A.With the scale for pavement thickness on the l


allowable working stress on the right, an arbi
drawn. This represents the main landing gear m
shown.

B.All values of the subgrade modulus (k values)

C.Additional load lines for the incremental valu


on the basis of the curve for k = 80 MN/m 3
already shown on the graph.

All Load Classification Number (LCN) curves show


Section 7.8.2 have been developed from a compute
provided in Internation Civil Aviation Organisat
7920–AN/865/2, Aerodrome Manual, Part 2, “Aerodr
Characteristics”, Second Edition, 1965.

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The flexible pavement charts in Section 7.6.1 sh


equivalent single wheel load, and equivalent sin
pavement thickness.

The rigid pavement charts in Section 7.8.2 show


single wheel load, and equivalent single wheel l
relative stiffness.

Section 7.9.0 provides ACN data prepared accordi


ICAO Annex 14, “Aerodromes”, Volume 1 “Aerodrome

Fourth Edition July 2004, incorporating Amendmen

The ACN/PCN system provides a standardized inter


airplane/pavement rating system replacing the va
AUW, ISWL, etc., rating systems used throughout

ACN is the Aircraft Classification Number and PC


Number.

An aircraft having an ACN equal to or less than


the pavement.

Numerically the ACN is two times the derived sin


kilograms.
The derived single wheel load is defined as the
inflated to 1.25 Mpa (181 psi) that would have t
requirements as the aircraft.
Computationally the ACN/PCN system uses PCA prog
S–77–1 for flexible pavements to calculate ACN v
The Airport Authority must decide on the method
evaluation shown as follows :

PCN
PAVEMENT SUBGRADE TIRE PRESSURE EVALUATION
TYPE CATEGORY CATEGORY METHOD
R – Rigid A – High W – No LimitT – Technical
F – Flexible
B – Medium X – To 1.5 Mpa
U – Using Aircr
(217 psi) Y –
C – Low To 1 Mpa
(145 psi) Z –
D – Ultra Low
To 0.5 Mpa
(73 psi)

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Section 7.9.1 shows the aircraft ACN values for

The four subgrade categories are :

A HighStrength CBR15
B Medium Strength
CBR 10
C Low Strength CBR 6
D Ultra Low Strength
CBR 3

Section 7.9.2 shows the aircraft ACN for rigid p

The four subgrade categories are :

A High Strength Subgrade k = 1503 MN/m (550 pci


B Medium Strength
Subgrade k = 803 MN/m (300 pci
C Low Strength Subgrade k = 3
40 MN/m (150 pci
D Ultra Low Strength
Subgrade k = 203 MN/m (75 pci

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7.4 Landing Gear Loading on Pavement


–A300B4–600 Models

In the typical example shown in Section 7.4.1, wi

The Gross Aircraft Weight is 150 000 kg (330 700


is 95 %.

For these conditions the total weight on the Main

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7.5 Flexible Pavement Requirements – US Army Corps

To find a Flexible Pavement Thickness, the Subgra


and the weight on one Main Landing must be known.

–A300B4–600 Models

In the typical example shown in Section 7.5.1 wit

— a CBR value of 10
— an Annual Departure level of 3000
— and the load on one Wing Landing Gear of 50 000
Flexible Pavement Thickness is 39 cm (16 inches).

The line showing 10 000 Coverages is used to calc


(ACN).

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7.6 Flexible Pavement Requirements – LCN Conversion


– A300B4–600 Models

To find the airplane weight that a Flexible Pavem


thickness (h) must be known.

In the example shown in Section 7.6.1 with MRW 16

The thickness (h) is shown at 762 mm (30 in.) with

For these conditions the weight on one Main Landi

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7.7 Rigid Pavement Requirements – Portland Cement A


– A300B4–600 Models

To determine a Rigid Pavement Thickness, the Subg


allowable working stress and the weight on one Ma
known.

In the typical example shown in Section 7.7.1 wit

— a k value of 80 MN/m
3 3
(K = 300 lbF/in )
— an allowable working stress
2 of
2
28 kg/cm (400 l
— the Load on one Wing Landing Gear of 60 000 kg (
Pavement Thickness is 28 cm (11 inches).

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7.8 Rigid Pavement Requirements – LCN Conversion


– A300B4–600 Models

To determine the airplane weight that a Rigid Pav


Radius of Relative Stiffness (L) must be known.

In the typical example shown in Section 7.8.2 wit

The Radius of Relative Stiffness is shown at 1143

For these conditions the weight on one Main Landi

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(Reference : Portland Ciment Association
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7.8.3 Radius of Relative Stiffness (Other values of


– A300B4–600 Models

The table “Radius of Relative Stiffness” Lof Chapt


values based on Young’s Modulus (E) of 4 000 000

L values based on other values of E and μ,


To find
See Section 7.8.4 “Radius of Relative Stiffness”.

L find
For example, to valuean
based on an E of 3 000 000
L value found
factor of 0.931 is multiplied by thein the table
Relative Stiffness” of Section 7.8.1.

The effect of L value


variations of μ is
on treated
the in a sim
manner.

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L” μvalues)
(Effect E and on “
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7.9 ACN/PCN Reporting System


– A300B4–600 Models

To find the ACN of an aircraft on flexible or rig


strength must be known.

In the example shown in Section 7.9.1, with MRW 1

For an Aircraft Gross Weight of 125 000 kg (275 57


ACN for the flexible pavement is 35.

In the example shown in Section 7.9.2, with MRW 1

For an Aircraft Gross Weight 125 000 kg (275 575 l


ACN for the rigid pavement is 37.

NOTE
: An aircraft with an ACN equal to or less tha
operate on that pavement, subject to any limi

(Ref. ICAO Aerodrome Design Manual Part 3 Cha

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8.0 DERIVATIVE AIRPLANES


8.1 Possible Future A300—600 Derivative Airplane

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R 9.2 A300—600 Scaled Drawing 1 cm. = 500 cm.

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9.2 Scaled Drawing — 1 cm. = 500 cm.

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