unbalanced field

unbalanced field
Any field (runway) on which the accelerate-stop distance is less than the normal takeoff distance to a screen height or 35 ft (11 m).
If the takeoff field length is less than takeoff distance to 35 ft, then it would be a case of unbalanced field length.
Unbalanced field lengths for a typical four-engined aircraft.

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