altimetry system error

altimetry system error; ASE
The difference between the altitude indicated by the altimeter display, assuming a correct altimeter barometric setting, and the pressure altitude corresponding to the undisturbed ambient pressure.
(AN 6/I; AN 6/II)
Official definition added to: AN 6/I by Amdt 29 (24/11/2005), AN 6/II by Amdt 24 (24/11/2005).
погрешность системы измерения высоты; ASE
Разница между абсолютной высотой на индикаторе высотомера, при условии правильной установки барометрического давления на высотомере, и барометрической высотой, соответствующей невозмущённому окружающему давлению.

International Civil Aviation Vocabulary (English-Russian). 2014.

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