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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Craig, Sep 16, 2015.

  1. Craig

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    Just a few questions I thought I would put out there, part of our testing in aus (just to clarify my answers)

    1/ What is the z axis
    2/ Atmospheric Pressure Sensor
    -can you show it
    -why is the hole(port) covered with foam

    Cheers
     
  2. Steve Domigan

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    Z is North South or forward/backwards axis, port is covered in foam to stop debri getting inside and blocking it
     
  3. Craig

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    Thanks Steve,

    I would have thought the Z axis is the VERTICAL axis that the aircraft yaws around.
     
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  4. nickruss_wales

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    Correct, a 3D co-ordinate has xyz components where XY are effectively the grid co-ordinate on a map and Z is the vertical height above a given datum. In the UK, the XY are given in metres and Z is in feet in aviation usage.
     
  5. lovetofly

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    Hi Craig.
    Is this in relation to the uoc assessment or Manufacturer training for your Controller Certificate.
    Paul.
     
  6. Craig

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    It is in relation to the UOC assessment
     
  7. lovetofly

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    Did you happen to find where the barometer is.
     
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    No not as yet