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Automatic Runway Profile Measuring Instrumentation And Runaway Properties. Part III: Base Surveys

Report Number: WADD TR 60-470 Part III
Author: Turner, D. F.
Corporate Author: Midwest Research Institute
Laboratory: AF Flight Dynamics Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1963-07
Pages: 215
Contract: AF 33(616)-7851
Project: 1367
Task: 136701
AD Number: AD0415618
Original AD Number: AD415618

Runway roughness data from surveys of runways, taxiways, and selected parking ramps of 17 Air Force bases in the United States of America are presented in the form of profile and power spectral density plots. Tabulated data and base maps are included to describe the length of the surveys and their location. The method used to calculate the power spectral density is enclosed.

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