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Take-off Rated Thrust (TRT)
Maximum allowable thrust limited by 104% N1, 700ºC ITT, or 2900 lbs of thrust, whichever occurs first and limited to 5 minutes.
Maximum Continuous Thrust (MCT)
Maximum allowable thrust that may be used without a time limitation and is limited by 104% N1, 680ºC ITT, or 2900 lbs of thrust, whichever occurs first.
Maximum Cruise Thrust (MCRT)
The highest thrust setting that is recommended for use in cruise.
Go-around % N1
The maximum allowable thrust for use during go-around limited by 104% N1, 700ºC ITT, 2900 lbs of thrust, whichever occurs first.
Critical Engine Failure Speed (Vcef)
The speed at which one engine can fail and the same distance is required to either continue to accelerate to lift-off speed, or to abort and decelerate to a full stop.
Critical Field Length (CFL)
The total length of runway required to accelerate on all engines to critical engine failure speed, experience an engine failure, then continue to lift-off or stop. (must be greater than the runway available)
Minimum Control Speed Ground (Vmcg)
88 KIAS. The minimum controllable speed during the take-off run, at which, when an engine is failed, it is possible to maintain directional control using only primary aerodynamic controls without deviating more than 25 feet laterally with all 3 wheels on the runway.
Assumptions Considered for Vmcg
It assumes that the remaining engine at TRT, the aircraft loaded at the most unfavorable weight and CG, aircraft trimmed for take-off, and without exceeding 180 lbs of rudder control force with rudder boost operating. (crosswinds and RCR may increase Vmcg)
Minimum Control Speed Air (Vmca)
89 KIAS. The minimum controllable speed in the take-off configuration out of ground effect with one engine inoperative and the remaining engine at TRT.
Vmca is determined at:
The most critical combination of asymmetric thrust, light weight, and aft CG.
Assumptions considered for Vmca
Aircraft trimmed for take-off, 5 degrees angle of bank into the operating engine and no more than 180 lbs of rudder control force with the rudder boost operating.
Refusal Speed (Vr)
The maximum speed that can be attained, with normal acceleration, from which a stop may be completed withing the available runway length.
Maximum Braking Speed (Vbmax)
The maximum speed from which the aircraft can be brought to a stop without exceeding the maximum brake energy limit of 14.8 million ft-lbs.
S1
The go/no go speed.
S1 Equation
Vmcg, Vcef ≥ S1 ≥ Vr, Vrot, Vb
Rotation Speed (Vrot)
The speed at which the aircraft attitude is increased from the ground run (taxi) attitude to the lift-off attitude.
Lift-off Speed (Vlof)
The speed at which the main gear lift off the runway.
Take-off Flare
The ground distance covered between lift-off and the 50ft obstacle height.
Climbout Speed (Vco)
The scheduled single-engine climbout speed and should be obtained prior to reaching the 50ft obstacle height.
Reference Zero
Typically Take-off Ground Run + Take-off Flare Distance; if split markers then Critical Field Length + Take-off Flare Distance
Vapp
1.3 x the stalling speed (Vs) for the given flap setting.
Approach Climb Speed (Vac)
Vref + 22 KIAS
Vref
The 30-flap approach speed.