Climb mode - definition of climb mode by The Free Dictionary
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In a flight control system, a control mode in which aircraft climb is automatically controlled to a predetermined program.
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For superior surface finishing, the climb mode
is particularly effective for material removal because its tool movement produces a more efficient cutting action that produces thicker chips.
Thus the pilot had to remember to return to the managed climb mode
at 9000 feet to honor the altitude constraint at Ventura; otherwise, the automation would fly through the constraint.