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  • ...ific model used for aerospace use, it does not perfectly describe the real atmosphere, but can be used in aviation to make approximate pressure and temperature c ...3:1975, which covers altitudes up to 80 km, but the International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) refers strictly to the portion of this model up to 50 km (the range o
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  • ...mally decrease as altitude increases. The standard lapse rate in the lower atmosphere for each 1,000 feet of altitude is approximately 1 "Hg and 2 °C (3.5 °F).
    601 B (83 words) - 12:37, 6 March 2012

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  • ...influences aircraft performance and flying safety. It is the state of the atmosphere at a given time and place, with respect to variables such as temperature (h ==Atmosphere==
    72 KB (11,838 words) - 07:57, 7 March 2012
  • Since the characteristics of the atmosphere have a major effect on performance, it is necessary to review two dominant ==Structure of the Atmosphere==
    106 KB (16,709 words) - 06:58, 2 March 2012
  • ==Structure of the Atmosphere== The atmosphere is an envelope of air that surrounds the Earth and rests upon its surface.
    33 KB (5,561 words) - 09:16, 14 February 2012
  • Several factors affect aircraft performance including the atmosphere, aerodynamics, and aircraft icing. Pilots need an understanding of these fa ==Atmosphere==
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  • Density altitude is the altitude in the [[International Standard Atmosphere]] at which the air density would be equal to the actual air density at the ...Density altitude is the vertical distance above sea level in the standard atmosphere at which a given density is to be found. The density of air has significant
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  • ...ific model used for aerospace use, it does not perfectly describe the real atmosphere, but can be used in aviation to make approximate pressure and temperature c ...3:1975, which covers altitudes up to 80 km, but the International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) refers strictly to the portion of this model up to 50 km (the range o
    1 KB (208 words) - 10:19, 15 November 2011
  • [[Image:PHAK3-2.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Figure 3-2. Properties of standard atmosphere.]] ...rd datum plane (SDP), which is a theoretical level where the weight of the atmosphere is 29.92 "Hg (1,013.2 mb) as measured by a barometer.
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  • Since the pressure decreases as the balloon rises in the atmosphere, the balloon expands until it reaches the limits of its elasticity. This po ...tional mode because a slow antenna rotation allows the radar to sample the atmosphere longer. Images are updated about every 10 minutes in this mode. Precipitati
    72 KB (11,337 words) - 10:42, 6 March 2012
  • ...mally decrease as altitude increases. The standard lapse rate in the lower atmosphere for each 1,000 feet of altitude is approximately 1 "Hg and 2 °C (3.5 °F).
    601 B (83 words) - 12:37, 6 March 2012
  • ...through the exhaust valve and then through the exhaust pipe system to the atmosphere. ...ned to ram, a solenoid valve opens, causing the valve to dump cabin air to atmosphere.
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  • .... As the airplane ascends during flight, the percentage of each gas in the atmosphere remains the same, but there are fewer molecules available at the pressure r
    66 KB (10,495 words) - 20:47, 29 February 2012
  • '''Mesophere''' - A layer of the atmosphere directly above the stratosphere. {{Atmosphere}}
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  • ...s from the upper atmosphere. This instrument is typically carried into the atmosphere by some form of weather balloon.
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  • '''Stratosphere''' - A layer of the atmosphere above the [[Tropopause|tropopause]] extending to a height of approximately {{Atmosphere}}
    219 B (27 words) - 14:47, 6 March 2012
  • '''Thermosphere''' - The last layer of the atmosphere that begins above the mesosphere and gradually fades away into space. {{Atmosphere}}
    207 B (28 words) - 08:00, 7 March 2012
  • '''Troposphere''' - The layer of the atmosphere extending from the surface to a height of 20,000 to 60,000 feet, depending {{Atmosphere}}
    232 B (30 words) - 14:50, 6 March 2012
  • '''Mesosphere''' - A layer of the atmosphere directly above the stratosphere. {{Atmosphere}}
    93 B (12 words) - 08:00, 7 March 2012
  • ...visible accumulation of minute water droplets and/or ice particles in the atmosphere above the Earth's surface. Cloud differs from ground fog, fog, or ice fog o
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  • ...1: A pressure type altimeter calibrated in accordance with the standard atmosphere:
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  • '''AIRCRAFT''' [ICAO]- Any machine that can derive support in the atmosphere from the reactions of the air other than the reactions of the air against t
    429 B (68 words) - 02:24, 29 October 2011

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