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1. ### 1 kg of aviation fuel is how many gallons?

... 6.76 Lbs/US gallon or put another way: 0.81 g/mL at standard temperature (15°C). Shame you never heard of Google. ...

6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 14/04/2011

2. ### International Aviation measurements?

.... Altimeters are set using hectopascals. Temperature is based on degrees Celsius. Weight/mass...

1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 14/01/2013

3. ### What is considered high altitude in aviation ?

... or ASE - Density altitude effects (pressure altitude + above standard temperature ) - Pilots in unpressurized planes to use oxygen when ...

1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 26/01/2014

4. ### a question about minimum takeoff distance?

Expect lightplanes (general aviation single engine airplanes) to give a takeoff distance based on sea level, standard temperature and pressure and a maximum certificated weight - They also often include...

1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 04/06/2013

5. ### Why do I have density altitude backwards in my head? ( aviation )?

... using pressure altitude and outside air temperature . The engine, propeller and wing produce their... ALTITUDE is the altitude in the standard athmosphere where the current outside air pressure will be ...

8 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 03/07/2010

6. ### Pleaseee help Aviation Met. Question?

...you the environmental lapse rate, so just apply the ICAO standard lapse rate of 1.98*/1000 ft to 2000 ft. 2. Repeat... or an air parcel is determined by the temperature of the surrounding air, that is not ...

2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 23/02/2012

7. ### Need help on altitude for private license?

... on the standard atmosphere. But if temperature is not standard , then the graduations are inaccurate...the column of air. (see figure 14, page 17, of Aviation Weather book). So unless you...

5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 21/12/2011

8. ### Does anyone know about the F15 Eagle

it uses standard military aviation fuel or JP4. used to use JP8. (JP4 was mostly for...suffer extra wear. And I think it also freezes at a higher temperature than JP4.

6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 16/08/2008

9. ### When checking the wind speed/direction what does the +## at the end mean?

... C when looking at Aviation winds aloft forecasts...wind direction and speed as well as forecast temperatures . The standard FD levels are as...

4 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 03/01/2007

10. ### ata chapter list?

... ANALYSIS 19 *Unassigned 20 STANDARD PRACTICES-AIRFRAME -90 *... -40 Heating -50 Cooling -60 Temperature Control -70 Moisture/Air...

2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 03/10/2007