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Braking Capabilities on Flooded Runways: Flight Test Results Obtained with a Business Jet
Statistics show that the likelihood of a runway excursion during takeoff or landing is much higher on flooded runways than on dry runways. Extreme loss of tyre braking can occur during rejected takeoffs and landings on ...
NLR’s experience with flight testing on wet and flooded runways
(Society of Flight Test Engineers, 2017-09)
Braking performance of aircraft is affected whenever a runway is wet or flooded. Aircraft manufacturers do wet runway braking tests during the certification of a civil transport aircraft. These are normally limited to tests ...
Stopping performance flight test on a flooded runway
(Society of Experimental Test Pilots, 2017-07)
One of the identified solutions for runway excursions is the research into the “Impact of fluid contaminants of varying depth on aircraft stopping performance”. For this, NLR has carried out water-pond flight testing with ...
The Risk Observatory: Developing an Aviation Safety Information Sharing Platform in Europe
(Macrothink Institute, 2016-12)
In Europe the accident rate in commercial aviation has stagnated at around 40 accidents per ten million flights: forty times higher than Europe’s ambition. Currently safety management is done per organisation, focusing on ...
Advancing safety in organisations: application via the Luton Safety stack
(MATEC Web of Conferences, 2019)
Controlling and improving safety in organisations is achieved using a Safety Management System (SMS). Notwithstanding the variety of components considered in SMS standards, including human factors and safety culture, safety ...
Learning curve: interpreting the results of four years of safety culture surveys
(Flight Safety Foundation, 2018-12)
Safety culture is seen as a pillar of aviation safety and is a cornerstone in both the International Civil Aviation Organization’s and the European Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA’s) safety management system (SMS) models. ...