normal operating speed

normal operating speed

i. The level-flight speed of an aircraft at its design altitude, with the engine operating at no more than 75% of its rated horsepower.
ii. The maximum operating speed under any condition. The speed is represented by the symbol VNO, which has now been replaced by VMO, This speed is less than the maximum demonstrated diving speed (VDF)–a speed that normally is not intended to be reached except during certification process.
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Keep this in mind when purchasing a trailer to ensure it's within a fleet's normal operating speed.
Later, the requirements would be further specified to include a maximum speed of 450 mph and a normal operating speed of 300 mph in combat to enable easier engagement of slow moving ground targets.
The unit's main turbine was also rolled up to normal operating speed using the plant's steam.
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Taking fans again but this time in an office, you could have a basic timer that switches the fan off at night, churns it over at low speed from 8-9am to freshen the air prior to the arrival of staff and goes to normal operating speed at 9am.
This is the first high-frequency electrical calibration suitable for correcting waveform measurements performed with non-invasive probes designed to allow the circuits to continue to function at the normal operating speed during electrical test.
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