VREF


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VREF

The target speed airline pilots aim to achieve on short finals. This is referred to as VREF + 5, VREF + 10, or VREF + 15 at various stages of the approach. VREF is factored on stalling speed [1.35 x VSO (stalling speed with the gear and the flaps down)] and so it varies with aircraft weight.
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That's really not a big problem because the signal will simply remain below the Vref threshold, continuing to be interpreted as a 0.
A culture of VREF (100 mL), incubated at 37[degrees]C for 16 h, was taken and divided into four flasks of 25 mL each.
The reference voltage, Vref, is doubled with a flip operation from phasel ([phi]1) to phase2 ([phi]2), and added to or subtracted from the integrators depending on the output of the comparator.
This block should be programmed to modify the reference voltage Vref as: Initially Vref is set to 1 pu; at t=0.2 s, Vref is decreased to 0.97 pu; then at t=0.4 s, Vref is increased to 1.03; and finally at 0.6 s, Vref is set back to 1 pu.
But when it comes to performing 45-degree-bank turns at 1.3 * VSO, or VREF at around 300 feet agl, we fall down.
where k is a constant coefficient and Vref a reference voltage, which is related to the output power and independent of the input voltage.
The maximum trip current is adjusted to the reference voltage VREF, equal to the voltage drop on the current sense resistor multiplied by 8.
However, Vref is also connected to the bottom plates of capacitors.