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Как рассчитать расстояние по приборам?

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Летя в воздухе, мне нужно рассчитать расстояние от точки WP7 до точки WP8, как это сделать с помощью имеющихся у меня приборов?

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28 минут назад, mishais пишет:

Взять тот же боинг 737. На панели GPS ничего про расстояние не видно было.

Расстояние есть в cdu 

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3 часа назад, mishais пишет:

Летя в воздухе, мне нужно рассчитать расстояние от точки WP7 до точки WP8, как это сделать с помощью имеющихся у меня приборов?

А какие у Вас приборы имеются и на чем летите?

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13 минут назад, Kraftig пишет:

А какие у Вас приборы имеются и на чем летите?

Взять тот же боинг 737. На панели GPS ничего про расстояние не видно было.

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3 часа назад, mishais пишет:

Взять тот же боинг 737. На панели GPS ничего про расстояние не видно было.

Ты летаешь не на В737, а на чём-то, внешне напоминающем В737. На этом самолёте по GPS не летают.

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 никогда в жизни не пробовал , но вообще, попробовать надо ,

 по пеленгу на NDB :

 

The time from station may also be calculated by using a short method based on the above formula, if a 10° bearing change is flown. If the elapsed time for the bearing change is noted in seconds and a 10° bearing change is made, the time from the station in minutes is determined by counting off one decimal point. Thus, if 75 seconds are required to fly a 10° bearing change, the aircraft is 7.5 minutes from the station. When the bearing pointer is moving rapidly or when several corrections are required to place the pointer on the wingtip position, the aircraft is at station passage.

The distance from the station is computed by multiplying TAS or GS (in miles per minute) by the previously determined time in minutes. For example, if the aircraft is 7.5 minutes from station, flying at a TAS of 120 knots or 2 NM per minute, the distance from station is 15 NM (7.5 x 2 = 15).

The preceding are methods of computing approximate time and distance. The accuracy of time and distance checks is governed by existing wind, degree of bearing change, and accuracy of timing. The number of variables involved causes the result to be only an approximation. However, by flying an accurate heading and checking the time and bearing closely, the pilot can make a reasonable estimate of time and distance from the station.


 

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