lateral separation


lateral separation
Техника: боковое эшелонирование, горизонтальное эшелонирование

Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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  • lateral separation — The lateral spacing of aircraft at the same altitude by ensuring operations on different routes or in different geographic locations. This is ensured by one of the following methods: (i) clearing aircraft on different airways or routes whose… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Separation (air traffic control) — In air traffic control, separation is the name for the concept of keeping an aircraft outside a minimum distance from another aircraft to reduce the risk of those aircraft colliding, as well as prevent accidents due to wake turbulence. Air… …   Wikipedia

  • Lateral diffusion — is the process whereby information can be spread from one node in a social network to another, often in a selective way, and can rapidly traverse an entire population, but preferentially to those nodes likely to be interested, or needing to… …   Wikipedia

  • separation — i. The vertical, lateral, and longitudinal spacing between aircraft to achieve their safe and orderly movement in flight and while taking off and landing. Vertical or horizontal spacing must be provided between controlled IFR (instrument flight… …   Aviation dictionary

  • separation minimum(s) — The minimum longitudinal, lateral, or vertical distances by which aircraft are spaced through application of ATC (air traffic control) procedures …   Aviation dictionary

  • Six degrees of separation — For other uses, see Six degrees (disambiguation). Six degrees of separation. Six degrees of separation refers to the idea that everyone is on average approximately six steps away, by way of introduction, from any other person on Earth, so that a… …   Wikipedia

  • Reduced Vertical Separation Minima — or Minimum (RVSM) is an aviation term used to describe the reduction of the standard vertical separation required between aircraft flying at levels between FL290 (29,000 ft.) and FL410 (41,000 ft.) from 2,000 feet to 1,000 feet (or between 8,900… …   Wikipedia

  • Strategic Lateral Offset Procedure — (SLOP). An enroute high altitude procedure used by pilots of turbojet and turboprop aircraft navigating an assigned route along an airway or between published navigational fixes by adjusting their course to parallel the assigned route either 1 NM …   Wikipedia

  • composite separation — A technique of separating aircraft in a composite route system where, by management of the route and assignment of altitudes, a combination of half the lateral minimum specified for the area concerned and half the vertical minimum is applied …   Aviation dictionary

  • Navigation paradox — The Navigation paradox states that increased navigational precision may result in increased collision risk. In the case of ships and aircraft, the advent of Global Positioning System (GPS) navigation has enabled craft to follow navigational paths …   Wikipedia

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