Presentation on theme: "Mt Sakurajima & Kagoshima airport view from the control tower (26 Apr 10)"— Presentation transcript:
Mt Sakurajima & Kagoshima airport view from the control tower (26 Apr 10)
Kagoshima Airport Mt Sakurajima Location of Kagoshima airport & Mt Sakurajima Distance ; 25 km Direction 200 VOR/DME Final approach fix at 3,100ft ILS R/W 34 Final approach fix at 3,100 ft
Number of Volcanic eruption at Mt Sakurajima latest 5 years Japan Met Ofc
Number of Volcanic eruption at Mt Sakurajima in a year Calendar year 2009 10 11 12 Total 1 15 23 41 1 13 55 53 55 102 72 117 548 Adjacent one year 2009 2010 10 11 12 Total 55 53 55 102 72 117 131 120 121 100 31 99 1,056
Number of days of occurrence wind direction between 180 to 200 (1999-2008)
1 ; line width 0.1 Magnified volcanic ash 5 Nov 09 at the airport
Time line Information flow of volcanic activity ( e.g. 27 May 10 ) Eruption NOTAM ATIS AEIS 15:37 15:40 15:46 15:48 15:49 15:55 15:58 V A Observation Report V A Advisory SIGMET WX officeCAB
Number of aircrafts deviated from the volcanic ash Total 360 aircrafts (121 eruptions) Total 251 aircrafts (100 eruptions)
Deviation from the ash when visibility more than 3,200m Kagoshima Airport Mt Sakurajima VOR/A RNAV R/W16 Ash flow RNAV R/W16
Kagoshima Airport Mt Sakurajima SID for R/W34 10,000ft+
SID for R/W16 Kagoshima Airport Mt Sakurajima 7-8,000ft
Road sweeper collects ash Fire car wash ash away and settled
Main brush Dust separator Type of road sweeper Recirculating air T ; Adapted at Kagoshima airport Vacuum Suction Type ; Most typical & last used Broom Type ; Using in the Kagoshima city
Correcting to the manual Doc#9691 Term 2.3.2 is explained about Mt Sakurajima in Japan Sentence is while the eruptions are often of an explosive type, accompanied by explosion earthquakes and atmospheric shock waves, the usually only last a few hours with columns reach in a maximum height of 3km. Comment is; climbing velocity of the column is 10 to 20m/s, so it can reach to 3,000m in a few minutes.
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