constant wind

constant wind

In navigational calculations, wind velocity is assumed constant until it is revised or updated.
An Illustrated Dictionary of Aviation Copyright © 2005 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved
References in periodicals archive ?
iFly's safe, controlled flying environment features an acrylic glass vertical wind tunnel that creates a realistic skydiving simulation with constant wind speed of up to 300 kph
The ABT's ability to self-adjust to constant wind turbine imbalance changes during operation could potentially eliminate laborious balancing processes, thus saving balancing costs in the factory and rebalancing and other maintenance costs in situ, while also adding a safety feature to the system.
where u, v, and w are the constant wind velocity (m/sec) in x, y, and z-directions, respectively, and [k.sub.x], [k.sub.y], and [k.sub.z] are the constant diffusion coefficient ([m.sup.2]/sec) in x, y, and z-directions, respectively.
Due to the site's location in a valley surrounded on either side by mountains and hills, it receives constant wind, which is funnelled into the greenhouse.
In conclusion, bear in mind the constant wind and the stoemy seas which are quite common, dubbing Mykonos as The Island of Winds.
The Wright brothers kept their discovery of the convexity of one surface of the wing (and the propellers) allowing for constant wind flow, while the opposing surface was flat, providing lift.
'Constant wind, flat water and we don't want any waves and Palawan is a perfect spot for us,' Swiss kite rider Jungo said.
"The conditions today were so different than anything we play on the West Coast; constant wind, firm and at 3,200 feet," Oregon coach Ria Scott said in a school news release.
In Germany there are an estimated 371,000 jobs in the renewable sector, a country committed to moving out of nuclear entirely by the beginning of the next decade Reference to there not being constant wind or sun is increasingly irrelevant as expanding connecting supply grids are more than ever able to compensate for any fluctuations.
Generally, a constant wind velocity was used to estimate the flight performance and plan a flight course.
Patagonia, a region with consistently strong and constant wind resources, is sparsely populated and far from large cities.
In this setup four bladed rotor was kept on fixed position and wind source with constant wind beam was adjustable to decide the suitable striking angle of the wind source on the blade starting from origin of the rotor towards the tip of the blade as shown in Fig.

Full browser ?