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92 Appendixes Appendixes from this report are available at the ACRP Project 10-01 webpage at http://apps.trb. org/cmsfeed/TRBNetProjectDisplay.asp?ProjectID=122. Chapter 1 Appendix A: Revised Experimental Plan Chapter 2 Appendix A: Summary of Optimization Procedures or Technologies for Consideration in ACRP 10-01 Appendix B: Regulatory, Government and Industry Documentation, Guidance Material and Standards Review Appendix C: Rating of Regulatory, Government and Industry Documentation Appendix D: Review of Aircraft Ground Deicing-Related Patents Appendix E: Focus Group Survey Appendix F: List of Survey Respondents Appendix G: Detailed Survey Results Chapter 3 Appendix A: Test Procedures Used For Data Collection Montreal/Mirabel Data Collection Syracuse Data Collection 20082009 Denver Data Collection 20082009 Appendix B: Detailed Log of Tests YUL, Events 1 to 9 YMX, Events 10 and 11 DYR, Events 12 and 13 DEN, Events 14 and 15 Appendix C: Between-Site Differences in HOT For Selected Fluids Chapter 4 Spot Deicing for Frost Cost-Benefit Model Presentation Aids for Increased Use of Spot Deicing for Aircraft Frost Removal Chapter 5 Fluid Dilutions Cost-Benefit Model Presentation Aids for Increased Use of ADAF Dilutions