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Thread: TAT indication

  1. #1
    George Papanikolopoulos
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    TAT indication

    Is it normal when flying the B737-700 with all the latest builds, at FL320
    and Active Sky showing -37 C at that altitude (and appr. 20-25C on ground),
    to have only -5 C TAT indication in the PFD display?

    George Papanikolopoulos


  2. #2
    Michel Vandaele
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    Re: TAT indication

    Hi George,
    TAT = Total Air Temperature, so it's also takes friction head into
    consideration, but -5 on that altitude doesn't look very realistic.
    Ciao
    Michel


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    "George Papanikolopoulos" wrote in message
    news:390212.78179@wb.onvix.com...
    > Is it normal when flying the B737-700 with all the latest builds, at

    FL320
    > and Active Sky showing -37 C at that altitude (and appr. 20-25C on
    > ground),
    > to have only -5 C TAT indication in the PFD display?
    >
    > George Papanikolopoulos
    >



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