Most allow a gross weight
increase, which ranges from 200 pounds to as much as 400 pounds on the Cessna 185--although for some installations, there must be a minimum quantity of fuel in the tip tanks to take advantage of the gross weight
With a gross weight
ranging between 10.2 and 10.9 tonnes and payload capacities of 1.5 to 2.2 tonnes depending on protection levels, the vehicle is powered by a Euro 5 Renault 215-hp MD-5, but a Euro 3 option is also offered.
Two airplanes of identical aerodynamic configuration but different gross weight
could glide the same distance from the same altitude, but only if the heavier airplane flew at a higher airspeed to support the greater weight at optimum CL.
The Volvo contract is for 500-plus tractors and 600 rigid vehicles, the latter running at either 7.5 tonnes or 17 tonnes gross weight
Walle: Generally it's defined as a passenger-carrying motor coach under 40 feet in length, less than 30,000 pounds in gross weight
and accommodating 14 to 30 passengers of varying degrees of function.
The B-1B suffers from devicing problems, a dubious time-share relation, ship between its offensive and defensive computers, fuel capacity problems that place a fuel cell in a bomb bay instead of bombs, and an air-refueling envelope at maximum gross weight
that is so low planners have to be concerned about mountain ranges near refueling tracks.
Robert Sager, former director of the DEA's Western Regional Laboratory in San Francisco, says he and other members of the agency's scientific staff were baffled by their superiors' determination to base sentences on gross weight
rather than the number of doses, which had been federal practice until 1986.
The airplane had been airborne for 90 minutes before the accident and would have burned about six gallons of fuel (16.4 kg, or 36.15 lbs), equating to a gross weight
of 669.6 kg (1476.2 lbs).
37 of the Executive Regulation of the Traffic Law issued by a Royal Decree, the load carrying limit will depend upon the axial weights and not on the gross weight
of the truck.
Large UAV are unmanned airship with an envelope capacity greater than 100 cubic meters while micro UAV means that with a gross weight
of 100 grams or less.
Conducted on a full-size non-flying airframe called the static test article, the tests are part of a three-year program to validate that the largest helicopter ever designed and built by Sikorsky has the structural integrity to operate safely over its entire flight envelope, from its empty gross weight
of 44,000 pounds up to its maximum gross weight
of 88,000 pounds with external load.
What about the one percent of situations where you are forced to come to a stop at a heavy gross weight
? NATOPS has a section on heavy gross-weight braking technique, which I didn't know existed until after our incident.
Options include a supplemental cabin heater for cold climates, float adapter kit, heavy-duty landing gear and a choice of two aux fuel systems, a 52-gallon Sierra system or 30-gal-lon Flint tip tank system that also provides a 200-pound gross weight
One of the latest developments in this category of vehicles is the BAE Systems RG Outrider, a V-shaped hull, light, mine-protected patrol vehicle derived from the RG32M, with a gross weight
of 9.5 tonnes and a greater internal space (slightly wider and higher).