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=== Abbreviation ===
 
=== Abbreviation ===
MOF
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{{#set:definition=An aircraft state of motion, characterized by its Transversal and Longitudinal Accelerations. Examples are Left Turn, Right Turn, Climbing/Descending state, Uniform Motion, etc. MOF’s are used as input classes in the evaluation system - particularly for accuracy analysis. The classification of Modes-of-Flight (MOF) concerns modes in three directions transversal modes, longitudinal modes and vertical modes.
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=== Definition Source ===
 
=== Definition Source ===
EUROCONTROL (1997) "Radar Sensor Performance Analysis", doc. SUR.ET1.ST03.1000-STD-01-01
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Revision as of 11:40, 26 May 2011

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Term Mode of Flight
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Abbreviation

  
Mode of FlightMOF

Definition

  
Mode of FlightAn aircraft state of motion, characterized by its Transversal and Longitudinal Accelerations. Examples are Left Turn, Right Turn, Climbing/Descending state, Uniform Motion, etc. MOF’s are used as input classes in the evaluation system - particularly for accuracy analysis. The classification of Modes-of-Flight (MOF) concerns modes in three directions transversal modes, longitudinal modes and vertical modes.

Definition Source

  
Mode of FlightEUROCONTROL (1997) "Radar Sensor Performance Analysis", doc. SUR.ET1.ST03.1000-STD-01-01

Note

  
Mode of Flight