plane chart

plane chart

n
(Navigation) a chart used in plane sailing, in which the lines of latitude and longitude are straight and parallel
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plane chart

n (Naut) → Plankarte f
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The example of the conical (elliptical) coordinates grid on plane chart is presented in Figure 2.
We also consider Tissot's indicatrix (ellipse) referring to distortions of spherical circles in projection on the plane chart in paragraph 3.4.
The circles defined in a spherical or ellipsoidal model of the Earth are imaged by the Tissot's ellipses of distortion that result from their projection on the plane chart. The example of plane map of the world in an equirectangular projection with Tissot's indicatrix of distortion of radius of 500 km is presented in Figure 12.
Therefore, when using the copper plane chart, all conductors under the area of the plane need to be considered as parallel conductors.
When conductor sizing rules are followed is when the copper plane chart is best put to use.
"A cargo plane charted by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) carrying relief supplies from the South Sudanese capital Juba to Bentiu city crashed on landing at the Rubkona airstrip on Monday,"Ee IOM Spokesperson Chris Lom said in a press conference in the UN Office at Geneva on Tuesday, Haberler.com reported.
Horizontal and vertical plane charts are often provided as substitutes for full 3-D transmission patterns.