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When you say it affects V speeds, I assume you mean V1 (and possibly VR), but not V2. V1 is usually calculated from the balanced field length, which is where accelerate-stop-distance and accelerate-go-distance are the equal: (image source: boldmethod > Engine Failure On Takeoff: Do You Stop Or Go?) While the accelerate-go-distance will be unaffected, the ...


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with inop anti- skid, application of full brake press may result in wheel lock, skid and aquaplaning in certain situations. ineffective braking would entail larger distances : TORR (Take off) or ASDR (reject take off). for the same field length, temp, elev and AUW you have to reduce v1/vr ratio which would in turn reduces V1. this is for safely stopping the ...


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There is no one speed for V1. It’s dependent upon the loadout of the jet, as is Vr, Vref, etc. To be honest for that kind of a small business jet, a V1 of 200 KIAS is way too fast; the value is probably in the neighborhood of 110-120 KIAS with Vr around 130-135 KIAS.


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