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Modeling the Fate of Military Aircraft Anti-Deicing Agents Through Environmental Transport
Final technical rept. 1 Mar 1997-31 Aug 1999
COLORADO UNIV AT BOULDER DEPT OF CIVIL ENVIRONMENTAL AND ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
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Identified all potential deicing locations including Pad 23, Pad 05, Pad 19, North Ramp, VIP, East Ramp at E-8, and the fuel cell for tail deicing. Discussed prioritization. Deicing is generally done at Pads 23 and 05. Pad 19 was a one time occurrence due to a Special Operation that overwhelmed the parking capacity and is unlikely to ever be used again for deicing. If deicing occurs at the East Ramp, the North Ramp, the VIP or the fuel cell, the storm drains are covered with mats and the ADF waste is collected with sweeper trucks and deposited in an 8000 gallon dedicated collection tank in the pull-through hangar.
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE