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This course focuses on the physics of the atmosphere and its consequences on speed and altitude measurements. At the end of this course, you will understand precisely the meaning of the speed and altitude indication available to the pilot of an airplane. You will understand the difference between standard and actual atmosphere and be able to perform basic altitude and speed correction computations. You will understand why jet airliners need to be pressurized, or why a clogged Pitot tube can mislead a pilot. Although some math equations are used from time to time to justify certain results. This course insists on curve shapes, figures, tables, and you can efficiently follow it while skipping the equation-solving parts if you do not fancy them. This course is a part of the specialization "Fundamentals of Flight mechanics"....

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par Gudisa S

9 avr. 2022

Excellent explanation, tutorials and materials

The quizes are not straight forward, they make you think deeply

Strong focus on fundamentals

par Carlos E M M

16 févr. 2022

excellent course and excellent profesor, highly didactical

par David P G

14 févr. 2022

E​xcellent to improve skills in this interesting area

par Msehli a

5 févr. 2022

good teacher thank you

par Caroline A

10 mai 2022

amazing course

par amit k k

8 août 2022

b​est analysis on standard atmospher and fluid charactristics of aircraft, i am really happy and thankful to coursera for providing such core course and faculty from isae-supareo. really thankful.

par Divine O

6 août 2022



30 juin 2022

It wasa great course. Not so easy to follow but with perseverance, it is achievable. I learned so many things and it is a reminder what the humans have accomplished in the past century.

Mr Poquillon demonstarates quite wonderfully the aspects of the anemobarometry.

Can't wait to start course #3.