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MINIMUM PERFORMANCE STANDARD FOR MACH METERS
- Aerospace Standard
Published October 01, 1978 by SAE International in United States
This AS covers subsonic and supersonic Mach Meter instruments which, when connected to sources of static (Ps), and total (Pt), or impact (Pt-Ps), pressure provide indication of Mach number. These instruments are known as Type A. This AS also covers servo-operated repeater or digital display instruments which indicate Mach number when connected to the appropriate electrical output of a Mach transducer of Air Data Computer. These instruments are known as Type B.
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