Airfield pavements are designed to handle an increasing volume of conventional aircraft, but in the future they may be required to accommodate both unmanned aircraft and space vehicles; these have their own unique requirements in terms of pavement strength and durability. This study deals with the problem of application of loads on the runway during landing. The solution of this problem, necessary for the correct construction of the decay curve, has been studied with reference to the Grip Number (GN). The experiment has been conducted on the runway of the Airport of Lamezia Terme ( IATA: SUF, ICAO: LICA) - Italy. Traffic data (from 2010 to 2014) and data on surface features (in terms of GN) for the same period (according to the

Touchdown Remaining Lift on the Wings and Dynamic Vertical Force Transmitted to the Runway

Gianluca Dell'Acqua
2018

Abstract

Airfield pavements are designed to handle an increasing volume of conventional aircraft, but in the future they may be required to accommodate both unmanned aircraft and space vehicles; these have their own unique requirements in terms of pavement strength and durability. This study deals with the problem of application of loads on the runway during landing. The solution of this problem, necessary for the correct construction of the decay curve, has been studied with reference to the Grip Number (GN). The experiment has been conducted on the runway of the Airport of Lamezia Terme ( IATA: SUF, ICAO: LICA) - Italy. Traffic data (from 2010 to 2014) and data on surface features (in terms of GN) for the same period (according to the
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