I am looking up for jet blast data and there are not much information in the net.
One of the main references I can found are the Airport Planning of each aircraft. From these can be obtained that the jet blast contours from Boeing's aircraft are quite longer than the Airbus's ones at idle and breakaway conditions (the double in length of the jet blast print).
According to this, simulations carried out using specific software (AeroTurn, in this case) show that the jet blast affected area by a breakaway run of a B737-800, for example, would affect stands in a 100 m backwards zone, which is far from the truth.
Some researches can be find Googling a little, but they show comparison between simulations and experimental jet blast data from a JFK test campaign, besides the own JFK data.
Could anyone confirm if the difference is real? A mapping study, an experimental analysis or other similar evidence would be useful.
Thank you everyone for your help, and thanks for all your work in the community.