Muraki Y, Ae M, Koyama H, Yokozawa T, 2008, Joint torque and power of the takeoff
leg in the long jump, International Journal of Sport and Health Science, 6:21-32
Dash 2 had not switched the primary radio to departure as instructed by tower after takeoff
1994) Mathematical model of the takeoff
phase in the pole vault.
If you go above V1 and abort the takeoff
, there is insufficient roomat the end of the runway and there is the chance of going off the end of the runway at a very fast speed and things can then go very badly wrong.
Monday's problems reduced the number of landings and takeoffs
to about 60 an hour.
The inherent design of the craft necessitating a high angle at takeoff
is problem enough, but the fact that extra time is needed for takeoff
and landing compounds the problem, making these even more risky.
But until a year or so ago, Timberline didn't have an interface that let builders easily move takeoff
data from On-Screen into Timberline's estimating software.
Principle 5: Solicit student feedback prior to course takeoff
Because of "brownout" conditions caused by sandstorms common in the area, the briefing items included an instrument takeoff
In referring to chronic weight problems with the short takeoff
and vertical landing (STOVL) version of the JSF, the secretary said, ".
The MyTravel pilot aborted takeoff
and performed an emergency stop of his Airbus A321 craft.
To prepare for takeoff
, have your class create a giant data table.
The aircraft, a Boeing 737, was carrying 103 people on a scheduled flight from Tamanrasset to Algiers when it crashed shortly after takeoff
at Tamanrasset airport.
An Air Algerie Boeing 737 crashes minutes after takeoff
from Tamanrasset, an airport deep in the Sahara Desert, killing 102 people on board, including 7 French citizens.
Transfluid Industrial Transmissions in Pero, Italy, designed its model HFO hydraulic-actuated power takeoff
to convert the energy of high-speed industrial engines up to 1,100 horsepower into mechanical muscle for chippers, grinders, and the like.