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DOE-STD-3014-96
APPENDIX B
H
=
facility height, facility-specific;
cot
=
mean of the cotangent of the aircraft impact angle,
provided in Table B-17 (for in-flight crashes use the
takeoff mean of the cotangent of the impact angle, if
available);
L
=
length of facility, facility-specific;
W
=
width of facility, facility-specific;
S
=
aircraft skid distance (mean value), provided in
Table B-18 (for in-flight crashes use the takeoff skid
length, if available).
TABLE B-16. Representative wingspans (WS) for commercial, general aviation,
and military aircraft.
Piston Engine
Turboprop
Turbojet
Helicopters
General
Aviation
50 ft
50 ft
73 ft
50 ft
50 ft
Air Carrier
Air Taxi
Commercial Aviation
98 ft
59 ft
Large Aircraft
Small Aircraft
Small Aircraft
Military Aviation
High Performance 1
Low Performance 2
223 ft
78 ft
110 ft
Notes:
1
Includes fighters, attackers, and trainers.
2
Includes other small aircraft.
For more information on aircraft wingspans please see Reference 2.
B-28


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