speed trend

speed trend

An additional protection feature in some aircraft in wind-shear conditions, which indicates the angle of attack and the speed 10 s from now if there is no additional input by the pilot.
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You may also choose to avoid the speed trend, focusing on slower fashion with higher margins.
And over the last 10 years, I've been working hard at further bucking the speed trend. My hunting setup tends to get slower and slower every year.
The Al-Ahsa weather station presented a Z test value that indicates a decreasing annual average wind speed trend. Similar decreasing trends were observed in Al-Baha, Guriat, Sharourah, Taif, and Yanbo, with significant levels of P < 0.01, in addition to Gizan, Tabouk, Medinah, Nejran, and Qaisumah, which had a significance of P < 0.001.
While flying a safe margin above stall speed is foremost, AoA offers instantaneous speed trend information, which leads to consistent approach-to-landing flares.
Like the AV-20, the AV-30 has a long list of features, but it adds HSI/DG mode, GPS navigation data overlay and vertical speed trends.
The map illustrates the flutter speed trends for various plates' dimensions.
Li, "Global oceanic wind speed trends," Ocean & Coastal Management, vol.
The researchers examined broadband speed trends and the corresponding economic growth rates across the 34 Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) member countries, along with other variables such as growth in populations, labor forces and telecom revenues.
Highly responsive line bias, wind shift, timer functions, indicators for acceleration and speed trends, plus advanced set, drift, turn, and course to steer functions--providing exceptional advantages in tidal waters - are among the many features.