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Revision as of 15:01, 3 November 2015

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Term separation constraint
Status


Mandatory for


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SESAR

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Related entries


Broader term

constraint

Narrower term


Abbreviation

  
Separation constraint

Definition

  
Separation constraintThe separation to keep aircraft operating safely on final approach. Examples are minimum radar separation to keep risk of collision to an acceptable safe level and wake turbulence radar separation to keep the risk of an adverse wake turbulence encounter to an acceptable safe level.

Definition Source

  
Separation constraintSESAR doc. 06.08.01 Operational Concept Description (OCD) and Operational Service and Environment Definition (OSED) for Time Based Separation for Arrivals (TBS), Ed 00.01.02 , 2013

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Separation constraint

Lexicon Release

Lexicon Release 2015.2