altitude error

altitude error
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  • altitude error — aukščio paklaida statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. altitude error; level error vok. Höhenfehler, m rus. высотная погрешность, f pranc. erreur de niveau, f …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • level error — aukščio paklaida statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. altitude error; level error vok. Höhenfehler, m rus. высотная погрешность, f pranc. erreur de niveau, f …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • Position error — is one of the errors affecting the systems in an aircraft for measuring airspeed and altitude. [Kermode, A.C., Mechanics of Flight , 10th Edition – page 65] [”Of these errors the error in detection of static pressure is generally the most serious …   Wikipedia

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  • scale-altitude effect — An error in the air speed indicator at the speeds where the effects of compressibility start. At these high speeds, an air speed indicator overreads as if it were at a lower altitude. Another name for compressibility error …   Aviation dictionary

  • calibrated altitude — An indicated altitude to which instrument and installation error corrections have been applied. Also called computed altitude …   Aviation dictionary

  • indicated altitude — The altitude as shown by an altimeter. On a pressure or barometric altimeter, it is altitude as shown uncorrected for instrument error and uncompensated for variation from standard atmospheric conditions. See altimeter …   Aviation dictionary

  • barometric error — An error in the pressure altimeter resulting from a difference between the prevalent barometric pressure and that in the standard atmosphere. The local barometric pressure is corrected to sea level on the subscale, or veedor counter (Kollsman… …   Aviation dictionary

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