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METEOROLOGY FOR AVIATION


ENAC SERIES

Code article: L11063



METEOROLOGY FOR AVIATION




This meteorology manual is first intended for aeronautical users. As it is an initiation for many students, it is not weighed down with in-depth theoretical developments, or with meaningless equations. It is really intended to help you understand the essentials, the most basic atmospheric principles and mechanisms. You will see that it is not too simplistic or popular. The atmosphere is complex and you will perhaps discover this. 
It goes without saying that this book includes all the knowledge required for the FCL European programme in its most complete version, the Air Transport Pilot 
Licence. The language and symbols used, as the illustrations, are essentially aeronautical. 
Additional information (yellow boxes) or anecdotes (blue boxes) are added to the subject. 
This manual is not intended to bore you, but to give you good knowledge of meteorology and help to improve safety and efficiency in aviation.» 
This manual has been written by Mr H. Hallot, Mr D. Labyt and Mr JH. Robres, teachers in the French national university for meteorology (ENM) and in the French national university for aviation (ENAC).

       Format 17x24
       Broché
       456 pages
       Nombreuses illustrations en couleurs

janvier 2013                EAN13: 9782364930308
CEPADUES
TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Introduction to meteorology
FIRST PART : GENERAL METEOROLOGY 
Chapter 1        THE ATMOSPHERE
Chapter 2        ENERGY AND TEMPERATURE 
Chapter 3        ATMOPHERIC PRESSURE 
Chapter 4        WATER IN THE ATMOSPHERE 
Chapter 5        CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATIONS 
Chapter 6        ATMOSPHERIC MOVEMENT: THE WIND 
Chapter 7        GENERAL ATMOSPHERIC CIRCULATION 
Chapter 8        DISTURBANCES AROUND THE SYNOPTIC SCALE,
AIR MASSES AND FRONTOLOGY 
Chapter 9        LOCAL SCALE METEOROLOGICAL PHENOMENA
Annex A        CLIMATE OVERWIEW
SECOND PART : AVIATION METEOROLOGY Introduction to aviation meteorology
Chapter 10        PRELIMINARY REMARKS 
Chapter 11        ATMOSPHERIC TURBIDITY 
Chapter 12        ICING AND OTHER TYPES OF CONTAMINATION 
Chapter 13        ATMOSPHERIC TURBULENCE 
Chapter 14        WINDSHEAR 
Chapter 15        CUMULONIMBUS CLOUDS - Thunderstorm and hail
Chapter 16        JETS 
Chapter 17        VOLCANIC ASH CLOUDS 
Chapter 18        IONISING RADIATIONS – STRATOSPHERIC OZONE
Annex B        BAROMETRIC ALTIMETRY P427




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