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Este libro sintetiza los conocimientos meteorológicos que la normativa europea EASA Part-FCL exige a los futuros pilotos. Su redacción clara y concisa permite un fácil y práctico manejo por parte del lector. La abundancia de gráficos, esquemas, ilustraciones y diagramas, así como de fotografías e imágenes de teledetección y mapas meteorológicos facilitados por el INM, apoyan y complementan el texto y favorecen su comprensión.


Nubes Häckel, Hans Tras un examen somero y fácilmente comprensible de la física relacionada con las nubes y la clasificación internacional de las mismas, esta obra presenta las formaciones nubosas en toda su variedad y belleza. En ella se expone cómo se forman las nubes y qué tiempo anuncian, mientras que las fotografías en color ilustran la gran variedad de nubes existente: nubes aborregadas, yunques amenazantes, nubes altas de hielo y nubes bajas de lluvia, formaciones nubosas frecuentes y nubes muy raras de ver. Se explican también los fenómenos ópticos más importantes como halos, parhelios, coronas y el arco iris.


In this Second edition of Mastering the Systems, author Richard Collins reveals how to work air traffic control and weather services to maximum advantage.


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Disponible en unos das


Aviation takes place in the atmospheric environment, a four-dimensional medium, with the sky's landscape changing as time goes by. Meteorology observes and measures the atmosphere; the main purpose of meteorology is to anticipate atmospheric change. So there is a natural connection between the meteorologist and those who design and operate aircraft like engineers, pilots, air traffic controllers.


Impresión: B & N

Páginas: 544

Formato: 15,5 x 21,5 cm

Edición: 2007

Peso: 0,7 kg.

Editorial: Paraninfo


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This book, Number 9 in the series of 14, entitled Meteorology, comprehensively covers the EASA ATPL syllabus and Learning Objectives for this subject and also includes specimen revision and test questions and answers.


It aims at imparting a better understanding of all aspects of meteorology, as it applies to flight operations. Such knowledge is essential to a pilot’s understanding of how weather-related in-flight hazards arise and how they should be predicted, avoided and dealt with.


This book breaks new ground in the presentation of what is and should be presented as a fascinating and vitally important part of a pilot's skill. Gone are the dreary old monotone drawings of isobars and fronts, endless graphs and reams of figures and in bounce full colour photos of what you actually see - clouds and cloudscapes that tell you instantly what's happening to the air around you.

For those who fly aircraft and micros, gliders or kites this book makes the weather make sense.

The content of the book deals comprehensively with all the topics likely to come up in the PPL exams, and more importantly tries, and succeeds, to weld them together into a coherent and useful whole.


Covering both large- and small-scale weather systems, and illustrated with line drawings, graphs and satellite photographs throughout, this new edition of Meteorology and Flight has been fully revised and updated. Practical and comprehensive, it includes: the development of depressions and anticyclones fronts convection, cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds waves, wave flow and how to fly in waves local winds airflow over ridges and mountains visibility weather maps and forecasting METAR and TAF reports MetFAX services.


Required reading for every pilot, this resource identifies different icing types -- including new phenomena such as supercolled drizzle droplets. Covers both ground and airborne icing for VFR and IFR pilots in high- and low-level operations.


Impresión: B & N

Páginas: 256

Formato: 19 x 26 cm

Edición: 2003

Peso: 0,53 kg.

Editorial: Paraninfo