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Title: Skid tests on XM18, XM19 and T11 landing mats placed in contact with soil and placed on membrane on soil
Authors: United States. Army Materiel Development and Readiness Command.
Carr, Gordon L.
Keywords: Anchors
Skid tests
Skid resistance
Landing mats
T11 landing mat
XM18 landing mat
XM19 landing mat
Publisher: Soils and Pavements Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Description: Miscellaneous Paper
Abstract: Tests were performed on landing mats and membranes to evaluate the antiskid properties of paints and antiskid coating when each was in contact with a loaded rubber tire, and/or when each was in contact with soil or membrane. The data were used to determine the forces which were transmitted through the mats to the underlying materials and which the anchors would have to resist to prevent mat movement under a braking aircraft tire. Panels with antiskid on both sides increased the resistance of panels to sliding along the ground, which in turn reduced the forces transmitted to the mat anchors. Test data indicated that the anchors would have to resist greater forces produced by aircraft braking when the mats were placed on membrane than when the mats were placed directly on soil.
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