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55 Should the average of all sites be used? on the relationship between separation distances and rate Should only the value from the installed site nearest the of winter precipitation of all types, and on lake-effect entrance to the departure runway be used? snowfall, would be needed. Should the lowest HOT value be used? 2. Develop a correction factor-of-safety rule to be applied to References indications generated from a single airport system. It may be necessary to develop an appropriate correction factor 1. Exemption from Subsection 602.11(4) of the Canadian Aviation for each individual airport to address its unique size, run- Regulations and Sections 1.0, 3.0, 6.0, 6.2, 6.3 and of Standard 622.11 Ground Icing Operations. way layout, and type of winter precipitation expected. A 2. Bendickson, S., Regression Coefficients Used To Develop Aircraft guideline to gathering and collecting information neces- Ground Deicing Holdover Time Tables: Winter 200708, APS Aviation sary for the development of a local correction rule for a Inc., Transportation Development Centre, Montreal, December single HOTDS system would be required. Additional data 2007, TP14782E.