power-failure speed ratio


power-failure speed ratio
The ratio of decision speed (V1 ) and rotation speed (VR ) for a given aircraft weight and runway dimensions. Those aircraft not associated with VR (rotation speed) use V1 /V2 as a graphical representation of aircraft performance data.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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