Federico
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difference between nominal and fault file It is found inside the .tar.gz file. From the README file contained in the page you linked: the Simulation_Info.txt contains a summary of the number of ...

What is the requirement of higher angle landing approach? Is basically requiring the aircrafts to stay at higher altitudes for longer and approaching the ground faster. The normally used term is "...

Let's remember for a second that on the upper side of the wings there is lower pressure than the free stream (air far from the aircraft). If the aircraft is travelling through humid air, the ...

AoA (Angle of Attack) vanes, as the name says, only measure the angle of attack, i.e. the angle between the velocity vector and the x-axis of the aircraft reference system. This is used neither for ...

Depends on what you mean by "derive the equations". If you really mean that you want to work your way up to that formulation starting from the basics, well you start from good old Newton: \...

As you do not provide a photo, I have to speculate, but I do not see many options. The operator was probably holding the connector that allowed him/her to speak with the pilots, at the end of the ...

It seems to me that your question is based on a misinterpretation of the data, as already noted in this aswer to another (extremely similar) question you asked. You say In the Burst Offset ...

is there any other formular/way to calculate static air temperature using only mach/tas/altitude ? No. Mach (or TAS) can only give you the ratio between total and static air temperature, as seen ...

If you look at the document you link, you'll see that the 5/3 Tube systems are not EFIS, but "Symbol generators for EFIS": Looking for "Symbol generator for EFIS" I find the ...

Taking the image straight from the answer to the question you linked: (Source) What do these pointers indicate? What units do they represent? It is written in the image: the outer is hundreds of ft,...

Drag increases with the square of airspeed. Is the same true of the pressure that a forward-facing area experiences? Drag increases with the square of the airspeed because it is a function of the ...

The Aspect Ratio ($AR$) is defined as the ratio (hence the name) between the wingspan squared $b^2$ and the area of the wing $S$. Since both $b^2$ and $S$ are measured with a length squared (e.g., \$m^...