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Teorija kontrole zračnog prometa I – nastavna cjelina 7 1 Level in aviation Altimeter setting procedures Biljana Juričić, DSc Fakultet prometnih znanosti Zavod za aeronautiku Katedra za kontrolu leta TEORIJA KONTROLE ZRAČNOG PROMETA I

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  • Teorija kontrole zračnog prometa I –nastavna cjelina 7

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    Level in aviation

    Altimeter setting procedures

    Biljana Juričić, DSc

    Fakultet prometnih znanosti

    Zavod za aeronautiku

    Katedra za kontrolu leta

    TEORIJA KONTROLE ZRAČNOG

    PROMETA I

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    5.ODREĐIVANJE I DODJELA VISINE (ALTIMETRY AND LEVEL ALLOCATION)

    • 5.1.Određivanje visine(Altimetry)Razumjeti odnos između visine, visine leta i razine leta; QFE, QNH, standardni pritisak.(Appreciate the relationship between height, altitude and flight level; QFE, QNH, standard pressure)

    • I5.2.Prijelazna razina(Transition Level)Razumjeti odnos između prijelazne razine, prijelazne visine leta i prijelaznog sloja; ICAO Doc 4444, ICAO Doc 8168.(Appreciate the relationship between transition level, transition altitude and transition layer; ICAO Doc 4444, ICAO Doc 8168). Izračun prijelazne razine leta (Calculate transition levels)

    • I5.3.Dodjela razine(Level Allocation)Opisati sustav dodjele razine krstarenja; Annex 2, tablice putnih razina.(Describe the cruising level allocation system; ICAO Annex 2, tables of cruising levels). Odabir prikladne visine; razine leta, visine u odnosu na srednju razinu mora, visine u odnosu na referentnu točku.(Choose appropriate levels; Flight levels, altitudes, heights)3Teorija kontrole zračnog prometa I

    Ciljevi osposobljavanja –

    - Learning Objectives:

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    Level in aviation

    Level in aviation – generic term meaning variously:

    • Altitude

    • Flight Level

    • Height

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    Altitude

    • The vertical distance of a level, at which point or an object considered as a point, is measured

    from mean sea level (MSL) taking into

    consideration QNH pressure.

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    Height

    • The vertical distance of a level, at which a point or an object is considered as a point, measured

    from a specified datum taking into consideration

    QFE pressure

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    Flight level

    • A surface of constant atmospheric pressure which is related to a specific pressure datum of

    1 013.2 hPa (standard pressure - QNE) and is

    separated from other such surfaces by specific

    pressure intervals (18 hPa=500 ft).

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    Elevation

    • The vertical distance of a point or an object at surface measured from mean sea level (MSL)

    taking into consideration QNH pressure.

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    QNH

    • altimeter subscale setting of pressure value at the aerodrome elevation which is calculated using pressure

    reduction to MSL

    • The altimeter sub-scale setting to obtain elevation when on the ground.

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    QNE

    • altimeter subscale setting of pressure value of ISA standard atmosphere 1013,25 hPa

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    QFE

    • altimeter subscale setting of pressure value measured at the aerodrome elevation

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    USS

    QNE

    QFE

    Height

    Altitude

    Flightlevel (FL)

    QNEQNH

    QNE=QNH

    QNE

    Elevation

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    Characteristic of atmosphere

    hp

    1∝ 1 hPa ≈ 30 ft

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    Atmospheric rule...

    • The higher the level, the lower the pressure

    • The lower the level, the higher the pressure

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    Altimeter

    • equipment that measures pressure difference between pressure reference datum and actually

    mesured pressure value and calculates

    corresponding vertical distance

    • reference data: QNH, QNE, QFE

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    • setting the right pressure datum is essential for calculating the real vertical position of the aircraft

    • if not, altimeter indicates correct value but real altitude of the aircraft is different (aircraft is higher or lower then it should be)

    • the pressure datum in such cases is higher or lower in accordance with MSL

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    Example 1.

    • QNH is 1000 hPa• aircraft 1 is at altitude 7500 ft• aircraft 2 is entering the same airspace at altitude

    8500 ft but with incorrect pressure of 1036 hPa

    What is the real vertical distance between aircraft??

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    8500 ft

    7500 ft

    USS

    QNH=1000 hPa

    MSL

    QNH=1036 hPa

    36*30=1080 ft

    1080 ft !!1

    2

    Incorrect reference datum!

    Altitude7420 ft

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    Example 2

    • upper limit of the defined airspace is 9000 ft MSL• QNH is 1036 hPa• aircraft 1 is at altitude 7500 ft• aircraft 2 is entering the same airspace at altitude

    8500 ft but with incorrect pressure of 1000 hPa

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    7500 ft

    8500 ft

    9000 ft

    9580 ft

    USS

    QNH=1036 hPa

    MSL

    QNH=1000 hPa

    36*30=1080 ft

    8500 ft !!

    1

    2

    Incorrect reference datum!

    Altitude

    36*30=1080 ft

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    • same problems can appear with obstacle clearance

    • if IFR aircraft is on the flight level which coinside with minimum obstacle clearance altitude and

    QNH is less then QNE, then minimum obstacle

    clearance is less then it should be CFIT – Controlled Flight Into

    Terrain

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    FL

    USS

    MSLIncorrect reference datum!

    Altitude

    if QNH

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    if QNH

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    • two aircraft are on head-on directions but with differently set pressure (aircraft 2 has wrong setting)

    • What is the real vertical distance between aircraft??

    Example 3

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    USS

    QNH=990 hPa

    MSL20*30=600 ft

    1

    2

    Incorrect reference datum!

    Altitude

    QNH=1010 hPa1000 ft

    Real vertical distance between aircraft is 400 ft!

    600 ft

    400 ft

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    Example 4

    • aircraft 1 is on the runway with altimeter set to the QNH and shows 510 ft

    • aircraft 2 is in the vicinity of aerodrome with altimeter set to the QFE=990hPa an shows 650 ft

    • altitude of aircraft 2?• QNH?

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    USS

    MSL

    650 ft, QFE=990 hPa

    510 ft, QNH

    510 ft, QNH

    Altitude

    Height

    QNH=1007 hPa!

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    • aircraft 1 is at height 3500 ft with altimeter set to QFE = 980 hPa

    • elevation of aerodrome is 150 m• What is the altitude of aircraft 1 and QNH?• aircraft 2 enters same airspace with altitude of

    4500 ft, but with wrongly set QNH of 1010 hPa

    • What is the real vertical separation between aircraft?

    Example 5

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    3500

    4500

    USS

    MSL

    3500 ft, QFE=980 hPa

    510 ft, QNH=?

    150 m

    Altitude

    Height

    ft

    4500 ft, QNH=1010 hPa

    x=?

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    RWY

    TA

    TL

    TLY

    QNH

    QNE

    QNE

    QNE

    QNE

    QNH

    QNH

    QNH

    MSL

    Altimeter setting procedures

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    Altimeter setting

    When approaching and departing from aerodrome pilot shall set altimeter according to following levels:

    Transition Altitude (TA)

    Transition Level (TL)

    Transition Layer (TLY)

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    Transition Altitude (TA)

    • highest possible altitude at which aircraft can operate with alimeter set to QNH

    • designated by the State and published in AIP

    • it can be different for every aerodrome or unique for whole airspace

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    Transition Level (TL)

    • lowest possible flight level at which aircraft can operate with alitimeter set to QNE

    • depends on QNH• ATC gives information about TL when aircraft

    is in approach

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    Transition Layer (TLY)

    • area between transition level and transition altitude

    • depends on QNH

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    Calculation of transition levels

    • 3 different cases: QNH < QNEQNH = QNE

    QNH > QNE

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    if QNH < QNE

    QNE

    QNH

    QNH

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    if QNH = QNE

    QNE

    QNH

    QNH=QNE ⇒ ∆∆∆∆ P=0

    0

    TL

    TA

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    if QNH > QNE

    QNH

    QNE

    QNH>QNE ⇒ ∆∆∆∆ P

    ∆ h = ∆ P*28 ft

    0

    alt.

    TA

    ∆ h = ∆ P*28 ft

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    Example 1 TA=4000 ftQNH

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    Example 2 TA=4000 ftQNH=QNE ⇒ ∆ PQNH=1013 hPa∆ P= 0 hPa

    QNH

    ∆∆∆∆ h = 0 ft

    0

    QNE

    10

    20

    30

    40

    50

    1000

    2000

    3000

    4000

    5000

    ∆∆∆∆ h =0 ft

    TL=FL40

    TLY= 0 FT

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    USS

    MSL∆∆∆∆p=QNH1-QNH2Indicated altitude 1- but Incorrect reference datum of QNH1!

    Altitude1

    xy

    QNH1

    QNH1

    QNH2

    Actual altitude AMSL(altitude1- ∆∆∆∆p*30)

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    • if aircraft set altimeter at departure aerodrome at QNH1 and is flying en-route at altitude 7000 ft with the same pressure towords the high terrain, aircraft will be at lower level above terrain with possible obstacle clearance infringed

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    • to avoid such errors it is necessary to update QNH (QNH2 at previous picture) using values supplied by an aerodrome with ATC nearest to the route of flight

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    Transition Altitude

    • A transition altitude shall normally be specified for each aerodrome by the State in which the

    aerodrome is located

    • Where two or more closely spaced aerodromes are located so that coordinated procedures are

    required, a common transition altitude shall be

    established. This common transition altitude shall

    be the highest that would be required if the

    aerodromes were considered separately

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    • As far as possible, a common transition altitude should be established for

    – groups of aerodromes of a State or all aerodromes of that State

    – aerodromes of adjacent States (on the basis of an agreement)

    – States of the same flight information region (on the basis of an agreement)

    – States of two or more adjacent flight information regions or one ICAO region (on the basis of an agreement)

    – for aerodromes of two or more ICAO regions when agreement can be obtained between these regions

    Transition Altitude

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    Transition Altitude

    • The height above the aerodrome of the transition altitude shall be as low as possible but normally

    not less than 900 m (3 000 ft)

    • Transition altitude may be established for a specified area on the basis of regional air

    navigation agreements

    • Transition altitudes shall be published in aeronautical information publications and shown

    on the appropriate charts

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    Transition

    • in TMA, in approach procedures aircraft fly at flight levels with altimeter set to QNE till reaching transition level.

    Then pilot change altimeter setting to QNH and vertical

    position of aircraft is exspressed as altitude

    • when departing, aircraft receive QNH information and set altimeter to QNH. Its level is express as altitude untill

    aircraft reach transition altitude when pilot set altimeter

    to QNE and vertical position of aircraft is expressed as

    flight level

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    • ATC may clear aircraft (turbo-prop) to operate using QNH above transition level if so required

    for the purpose of the uninterrupted descent

    • ATC gives altitude to descent to and QNH

    Transition-exception

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    • if TA is defined for every aerodrome then aircraft outside TMA fly according to semicircular system

    of cruising levels

    • ICAO Annex 6, Doc 8168:– when no transition altitude is established for the

    area, aircraft in the en-route phase shall fly at

    flight levels

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    Terrain clearance

    • QNH altimeter setting reports should be provided from sufficientlocations to permit determination of terrain clearance with an

    acceptable degree of accuracy

    • For areas where adequate QNH altimeter setting reports cannot beprovided, the appropriate authorities shall provide the information

    required to determine the lowest flight level which will ensure

    adequate terrain clearance. This information shall be made

    available in the most usable form.

    • Appropriate services shall at all times have available the information required to determine the lowest Flight level which will

    ensure adequate terrain clearance for specific routes or segments

    of routes. This information shall be made available for flight

    planning purposes and for transmission to aircraft in flight, on

    request.

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    • ATC is responsible for terrain clearance of aircraft only if aircraft is under radar vectoring procedures and ATC

    takes into consideration MRVA

    • MRVA – Minimum Radar Vectoring Altitude

    • MRVA - the lowest altitude which may be used for radar vectors for IFR flights taking into account the minimum safe

    height (of 1000 ft above the highest obstacle within a radius

    of 8 km) and airspace structure (lower limit of the controlled

    airspace plus a buffer of 500 ft). The MRVA is rounded to the

    nearest 100-ft interval.

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    Transition layer

    • in some States, the minimum depth of transition layer may be established

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    • aircraft shall fly corresponding to the magnetic track in the table of cruising levels in Annex 2

    • Flight level zero shall be located at the atmospheric pressure level of 1 013.2 hPa. Consecutive flight levels shall be separated by a pressure interval corresponding to at least 500 ft (152.4 m) in the standard atmosphere.

    Semi-circular table of cruising levels

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    ODD

    000

    179°180°

    359°

    EVEN

    Semi-circular table of cruising levels

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    • VFR flight level is IFR flight level + 500 ft(IFR FL 70, VFR FL 75)

    • if TA is established for whole FIR then VFR flights above TA will fly using flight levels and at or

    below will fly at altitudes (in Croatia)...

    • pilot of VFR flight selects flight level

    Semi-circular table of cruising levels

    for VFR flights

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    • ATC allocates flight level or altitude for IFR flights in controlled airspace

    Semi-circular table of cruising levels

    for IFR flights

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    Non-RVSM Airspace

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    RVSM airspace

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    ODD EVENIFR VFR IFR VFR1000 20003000 3500 4000 45005000 5500 6000 65007000 7500 8000 85009000 9500 TA 100 105110 115 120 125... ... ... ...270 275 280 285290 - 310 -

    Semi-circular table of cruising levels

    for FIR Zagreb

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    Calculations of TL, TLY

    1. QNH=990 hPA, TA=5000 ft. Calculate TL, TLY.

    2. QNH=1043 hPa, TA=8000 ft. Calculate TL, TLY.

    3. QNH=980 hPa, TA=7500 ft, TLY=min 500 ft. Calculate TL.

    4. QNH=960 hPa, TA=6000 ft, TLY=min 1000 ft. Calculate TL.

    5. QNH=1020 hPa, TA=8500 ft, TLY=min 500 ft. Calculate TL.

    6. QNH=1038 hPa, TA=4000 ft, TLY=min 1000 ft. Calculate TL.

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    Example 1– flight level

    USS

    MSL

    QNH=1020 hPa QNH=1025 hPa QNH=1020 hPa QNH=1030 hPa

    TA=6000 ft

    QNE=1013 hPa

    ∆∆∆∆p=QNH-1013

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    USS

    MSL

    QNH=1010 hPa QNH=1015 hPa QNH=1020 hPa QNH=1030 hPa

    TA=6000 ft

    Example 2– flight level

    ∆∆∆∆p=1013-QNH

    QNE=1013 hPa

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    Calculations of TL, TLY1. QNH=995 hPA, TA=5000 ft. Calculate TL, TLY.

    2. QNH=1040 hPa, TA=6500 ft. Calculate TL, TLY.

    3. QNH=970 hPa, TA=7500 ft, TLY=min 500 ft. Calculate TL.

    4. QNH=1015 hPa, TA=8500 ft, TLY=min 500 ft. Calculate TL.

    5. QNH=1036 hPa, TA=4500 ft, TLY=min 1000 ft. Calculate TL.6. TA=5000 ft, QNH=970 hPa. A/c is at FL050. Where is FL 0? What is the altitude of the a/c?

    7. TA=6500 ft, A/c is constantly at FL080. In QNH=1040 hPa. Where is FL 0? What is the altitude of the a/c?

    8. In Area 1 QNH =991 QNH, in Area 2 QNH=999 hPa and in Area 3=1022 hPa. Draw path of the a/c. A/c is at FL100.

    9. A/c is approaching aerodrome with height=650 ft. QNH=1015 hPa. Another a/c is at the same level but with altimeter set to QNH. Its altimeter shows 3500 ft. Calculate QFE and aerodrome’s elevation in meters.

    10. Third aircraft is entering the same airspace with FL050. What is the vertical separation between these aircraft?

    11. Aircraft is at 6000 ft, QNH=980 hPa and its MSH is 2000 ft above the highest obstacle in the radius of 8 km. Another aircratf is entering the same airspace with the wrong altimeter setting QNH=1028. What is the vertical terrain separation of the second aircraft?

    12. Elevation of the terrain is 2000 m. What must be the lowest altitude or FL at which aircraft will have MSH=2000 ft. TA=9000 ft.

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    1. TA=4000 ft, QNH=970 hPa. A/c is at FL040. Where is FL 0?

    What is the altitude of the a/c?

    2. TA=4500 ft, A/c is constantly at FL070. In QNH=1035 hPa. Where is FL 0? What is the altitude of the a/c?

    3. In Area 1 QNH =980 QNH, in Area 2 QNH=1000 hPa

    and in Area 3=1030 hPa. Draw a path of the a/c.

    A/c is at FL120. Draw FL0.

  • Procedures Applicable to

    Operators and Pilots

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    Flight Planning

    • the 3 requirements altitudes or flight levels selected by the Operator should:

    – ensure adequate terrain clearance at all points along the route to be flown

    – satisfy ATC requirements– be compatible with the cruising levels appropriate

    to the magnetic tracks

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    Pre-flight Operational Test

    • QNH – AD elevation + the height of the altimeter within the tolerance ± 60 ft for altimeters with the test range of 0 to 30000 ft and ± 80 ft for altimeters with the test range of 0 to 50000 ft

    • QFE - the height of the altimeter within the tolerance ± 60 ft for altimeters with the test range of 0 to 30000 ft and ± 80 ft for altimeters with the test range of 0 to 50000 ft

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    Thank you!! ☺