Climb chart | Article about climb chart by The Free Dictionary
A chart that gives the time required to climb to any given density altitude, the fuel consumed, and the distance covered in still air during the climb. With this chart, pilots or navigators can find the expected average true air speed during a climb to any density altitude and the distance covered. By applying one to the other, the user can also obtain the fuel consumed.
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JOE McELDERRY : The Climb Chart
compiled by HMV Birmingham
The DA40-180 climb chart
reproduced on page 11 plots some calculations for cruise-climb performance data at different density altitudes, each at maximum takeoff weight and at 200 pounds below maximum.
Your POH has climb charts
to help estimate the time and nautical miles to reach selected altitudes.