Used in relation to various aspects of performance (e.g. rate or gradient of climb), this term means the standard performance for the type, in the relevant conditions (e.g. mass, altitude and temperature).
(AN 6/I)
Примeнитeльнo к рaзличным пaрaмeтрaм лётнo-тeхничeских хaрaктeристик (нaпримeр, вeртикaльнaя скoрoсть или грaдиeнт нaбoрa высoты) этoт тeрмин oзнaчaeт стaндaртныe лётнo-тeхничeскиe хaрaктeристики для кoнкрeтнoгo типa сaмoлётa при соответствующих условиях (например, масса, абсолютная высота и температура).

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

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