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ISO -2533 - Standard Atmosphere

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  w - INTERNATIONAL TANDARD, INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION l MEXJ(YHAPOAHU OPI-AHM3AUMII l-f0 CTAHAAPTM3AWM -ORGANISATION INTERNATIONALE DE NORMALISATION Standard Atmosphere (identical with the ICAO and WM0 Standard Atmospheres from - 2 to 32 km) Atmosphere Type (identique aux atmosph&res Standard de I’OACI et de I’OMM entre - 2 et 32 km) CmaHdapmHa.8 amMoc$epa (om - 2 do 32 KM ubeHmuwa cmardapmHblu amMoc&epaM EIICAO u BMO) First edition - 1975-05-15 Corrected and reprinted - 1978-12-15 UDC 551.51/.54 Ref. No. ISO 2533-1975 (E) Descriptors : aerodynamics, Standard atmosphere, meteorological data. Price based on 108 pages oorbeeld  review Dit document is een voorbeeld van NEN / This document is a preview by NEN    D   i   t   d  o  c  u  m  e  n   t  m  a  g  s   l  e  c   h   t  s  o  p  e  e  n  s   t  a  n   d  -  a   l  o  n  e   P   C  w  o  r   d  e  n  g  e   i  n  s   t  a   l   l  e  e  r   d .   G  e   b  r  u   i   k  o  p  e  e  n  n  e   t  w  e  r   k   i  s  a   l   l  e  e  n .   t  o  e  s   t  a  a  n  a   l  s  e  e  n  a  a  n  v  u   l   l  e  n   d  e   l   i  c  e  n   t   i  e  o  v  e  r  e  e  n   k  o  m  s   t  v  o  o  r  n  e   t  w  e  r   k  g  e   b  r  u   i   k  m  e   t   N   E   N   i  s  a   f  g  e  s   l  o   t  e  n .   T   h   i  s   d  o  c  u  m  e  n   t  m  a  y  o  n   l  y   b  e  u  s  e   d  o  n  a  s   t  a  n   d  -  a   l  o  n  e   P   C .   U  s  e   i  n  a  n  e   t  w  o  r   k   i  s  o  n   l  y  p  e  r  m   i   t   t  e   d  w   h  e  n  a  s  u  p  p   l  e  m  e  n   t  a  r  y   l   i  c  e  n  s  e  a  g  r  e  e  m  e  n   t   f  o  r  u  s   i  n  a  n  e   t  w  o  r   k  w   i   t   h   N   E   N   h  a  s   b  e  e  n  c  o  n  c   l  u   d  e   d .  ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a woridwide federation of national Standards institutes (ISO Member Bodies). The work of developing International Standards is carried out through ISO Technical Committees. Every Member Body interested in a subject for which a Technical Committee has been set up has the right to be represented on that Committee. International organizations, governmental and non-governmental, in liaison with ISO, also take part in the work. Draft International Standards adopted by the Technical Committees are circulated to the Member Bodies for approval before their acceptance as International Standards by the ISO Council. International Standard ISO 2533 was drawn up by Technical Committee ISO/TC 20, Aircraft and space vehicles, and circulated to the Member Bodies in April 1972. [The tables of the ISO Interim Standard Atmosphere (see page iii) were circulated separately to the Member Bodies in August 1972 as Addendum 1 and have now been incorporated in the present document.] lt has been approved by the Member Bodies of the following countries : Austria* India” Belgium” Ireland” Brazil Japan Czechoslovakia* Netherlands” Egypt, Arab Rep. of” New Zealand* France* Portugal Germany” Romania* South Africa, Rep. of” Thailand* Turkey* United Kingdom” U.S.A.” U.S.S. R.” * Also approved Addendum 1. No Member Body has expressed disapproval of the document. NOTE - The following International Organizations took part in the discussion of this International Standard at all stages of its development : International CiviI Aviation Organization ( I CAO). World Meteorological Organization (WMO). 0 International Organkation Printed in Switzerland Standardkation, 1975 l oorbeeld  review Dit document is een voorbeeld van NEN / This document is a preview by NEN  The characteristics of the ISO Standard Atmosphere have been calculated as functions of geometric and geopotential altitudes for altitudes from - 2 000 to 50 000 m based on the Standard at’mospheres of ICAO 1964 and USA 1962, which for these altitudes were recognized as the most representative when comparing the current national and international Standards and recommendations on the atmosphere [l-4], [6-71 with the results of recent research. Data from this recent research have been used for calculation of the atmospheric characteristics for altitudes from 50 000 to 80 000 m, representing the ISO Interim Standard Atmosphere. I.. Ill oorbeeld  review Dit document is een voorbeeld van NEN / This document is a preview by NEN  CONTENTS 1 Scope and field of application ............... 2 Basic principles and calculation formulae ............ 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 Air number density .................. 2.11 Mean air-particle Speed ................. 2.12 Mean free path of air particles .............. 2.13 Air-particle collision frequency .............. 2.14 Speed of Sound ................... 2.15 Dynamit viscosity .................. 2.16 Kinematic viscosity .................. 2.17 Thermal conductivity ................. Primary constants and characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . The equation of the static atmosphere and the perfett gas law . . . . Geopotential and geometric aititudes; acceleration of free fall . . . . Atmospheric composition and air molar mass . . . . . . . . . . Physical characteristics of the atmosphere at mean sea level . . . . . Temperature and vertical temperature gradient . . . . . . . . . Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Density and specific weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pressure scale height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Tables of the ISO Standard Atmosphere . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 oorbeeld  review Dit document is een voorbeeld van NEN / This document is a preview by NEN
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