BARE BASE DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS
CINCINNATI UNIV OH COLL OF DESIGN ARCHITECTURE AND ART
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A bare base is defined as an airfield having one or more runways, taxiways, and a ramp, but no support facilities. In most cases, the bare base is a commercial airport or an abandoned airfield. Extensive inspection and evaluation are normally required prior to operational use. It is assumed that facilities such as maintenance, housing or administrative buildings, etc. are not available. However, any existing facilities are used to whatever extent possible. The report consists of five sections on the problem of bare base development. Each section is a complete report developed by team from the University of Cincinnati. These five teams researched the problem and prepared design proposals in four major areas 1 site development, 2 shelter system, 3 transportation system, and 4 miscellaneous equipment.
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