Section IX. ACCELERATE - STOP DISTANCE
b. Flaps - Up.
c. Technique - Apply takeoff power prior to
shows the distance required to accelerate to takeoff
releasing brakes. Should engine failure occur at or
airspeed then stop, at a known free air temperature,
before reaching takeoff airspeed, place both power
pressure altitude, and weight.
levers in the idle position and apply maximum braking.
7-36. Use of Chart.
d. Wind - All data presented are based on calm
wind conditions. Since surface wind speed and direction
In order to achieve these distances, takeoff
can not be accurately predicted, all takeoffs shall be
airspeeds obtained from the Normal Rotation/Takeoff
planned based on calm wind. Accelerate stop distances
decrease approximately 1% per knot headwind and
the Torque Available for Takeoff Chart (fig. 7-9), shall
increase approximately 3% per knot tailwind.
e. Runway - Runway conditions for this chart are
based on a dry, hard surface, level runway. Conditions
other than these will vary aircraft accelerate-stop
a. Engines - Both engines operating with takeoff
power and 2200 RPM with torque set according to the
approximately 4% per 1% downhill gradient. Accelerate-
stop distances decrease approximately 3% per 1% uphill