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Air traffic flow management ATFM A service established with the objective of contributing to a safe, orderly and expeditious flow of air traffic by ensuring that ATC capacity is utilized to the maximum extent possible, and that the traffic volume is compatible with the capacities declared by the appropriate ATS authority.
How is Altitude Measured? How is Speed Measured? It is described by true airspeed and true heading. It is described by wind speed and the inverse of wind direction related to the true North.
It is described by ground track and ground speed. The Airspace Pg. Lateral limits between 2 NM and 5 NM radius. Lateral limits between 8 NM and 15 NM radius. Lateral limits between 40 NM and 50 NM radius. FIRs Pg. Allowable Flight Levels Brazil Pg.
Key concepts are: 1. Separation Maintaining a specific minimum distance between aircrafts or terrain to avoid collisions, normally by requiring aircraft to fly at set levels or level bands, on set routes or in certain directions, or by controlling an aircraft's speed.
Clearance Permission given by ATC for an aircraft to proceed under certain conditions contained within the clearance. Traffic Information Information given by ATC on the position and, if known, intentions of other aircraft likely to pose a hazard to flight. Airspace Classification Brazil Pg.
Area Chart Pg. Enroute Charts Low Altitude Pg. Enroute Charts High Altitude Pg. Oceanic Airspace Pg. Air Traffic Services Pg. Thank You! You just clipped your first slide! Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. Visibility Others can see my Clipboard. Cancel Save.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: METHOD The voices of a group of 45 ATCs were recorded before and after a 2-hour shift, regardless of their operational position or number of previously worked shifts; both genders were included, participants had a mean age of 25 years, and they had a mean length of occupational experience of 4 years and 2 months. View on PubMed. Save to Library. Create Alert.
Perceptual-auditory and Acoustic Analysis of Air Traffic Controllers' Voices Pre- and Postshift.
Turbulence is the irregular movement of the air flow that can cause ascending and descending shakes on an aircraft in flight. Turbulence can be classified into three types: mechanical turbulence, turbulence mat and thermal turbulence. The mechanical turbulence is caused by the wind flow through a solid structure mountain, buildings, airport hangars, hills etc. In plateau regions, relief can contribute to the occurrence of "mountain circulation" that can trigger deep convection processes and generate orographic turbulence. Orographic turbulence arises from the friction of the air when blowing against mountainous elevations, that is, it is a form of mechanical turbulence. The intensity of this phenomenon depends very much on the direction and magnitude of the wind, the roughness of the terrain, the height of the obstacle and the stability of the air.
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