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BB code is On. Now, unless i’m way off the mark, the key to answering this question is that the wind blows anticlockwise around a high pressure area in SH, and clockwise around a low? The faster you understand that concept the quicker you will be able to jump these questions and help u focus on the harder ones.
Thread Tools Show Printable Version. So if youre flying towards a low, metelrology the wind is coming from the right, then you must be approaching the low from the east? I set up the pressure patterns as you would find in the Northern Hemisphere. Just remember – from whatever direction you fly towards a low pressure area you’ll always have a wind from the right, in the SH. Find More Posts by londonmet.
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What atp, your approximate true altitude calculated using normal vertical change in temperature with increase in height? With your back to the wind in the Southern hemisphere, the low pressure is on your right.
In the southern hemisphere what wind effect aatpl you expect when flying from a high pressure area towards a low pressure area at FL ? Professional Pilot Training includes ground studies A forum for those on the steep path to that coveted professional licence. It doesn’t matter which direction you are flying!!!
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Hi, im having a little trouble with this question: Draw it in many different positions and you will see that direction has no part in this question.
I might be wrong but I think this is Buys Ballots!! Meteoroloby solved the problem for the north and then reversed my answer for the south.
Find More Posts by MarkColeman. To solve that problem I drew a high-pressure system and a low-pressure system on a piece of paper along with the aircraft ground track.
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Find More Posts by Whirlygig. Cheers Neteorology Awaiting my Met failure result!!! If someone can clear this up for me itd be much appreciated! The pressure at sea level is hPa. Ah yeah thats what it is No matter how you draw it on paper if u draw a line from the centre of the high to the centre of the low the wind will always come in from the right in the southern hemisphere.