DME DME Worksheet 1 by PB5vXjdc

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									 This spreadsheet implements many of the formulae in my Aviation Formulary. (http://www.best.com/~williams/avform.htm)
 No significant effort has been expended on protecting against invalid inputs.
 1.00 Released under the GNU GPL 12/30/00 EAW. No warranties apply!
 1.01 Added sunrise/sunset and wind direction in "three GS" calculation. 1/16/01
 1.02 Added DME-DME worksheet.
 1.03 Added rhumb direct calculations.

  Usage Notes:
    Mandatory inputs are green, optional inputs are yellow, outputs are red. Intermediate results are hidden in uncolored co
and can be restored with Format|Columns|Unhide. The calculational work is done in Visual Basic modules which you can a
Units for input/output distances are set on each Great Circles sheet.
Input lat/lons as deg and minutes. For S latitudes and E longitudes enter the degrees as negative (not
N/E/S/W automatically.
   The sheets are protected to prevent accidental damage- unprotect with Tools|Protection|Unprotect Sheet

  Great Circles
   Given the location of two points [lat1,lon1] and [lat2,lon2] compute the distance and bearings between them. Show the
 and nadir of the great circle.
   Optionally:
  Compute the locations along the course at intermediate values of latitude, with along track distance (from 1) and the loca
  Compute the locations along the course where it crosses specified parallels, with along track distance (from 1) and the lo
  Compute the locations along the course at specified distances, with the local true course.
  Additional rows can be added by copying.

  Great Circles 2
   Given the location [lat1,lon1] and initial bearing, show the locations of the apex and nadir of the great circle thus def
    Optionally:
   Compute the locations along the course at specified distances, with the local true course.
   Compute the locations along the course at intermediate values of latitude, with along track distance (from 1) and the loc
   Compute the locations along the course where it crosses specified parallels, with along track distance (from 1) and the
   Given a point, find the closest point to it on the great circle, with the along and cross-track distance.
   Additional rows can be added by copying.

  Intersection
    Find the points of intersection (5 & 6) of two great circles. Each circle is defined either by two points on it, or by a poin
  bearing. In the latter case the point cannot be a pole. Choose the input type by entering 1 or 2 in the appropriate box.
  The method used (http://www.best.com/~williams/intersect.htm) associates each great circle with a unit vector perpendicu
  The intersections lie in the direction of the cross-product. Garbage will be produced if the two great circles are the same

  DME-DME
   Given two points at (lat1,lon1) and (lat2,lon2), find the points 3a and 3b at distances d13 and d23 from points 1 and 2

   Rhumb
     Given initial point (lat1,lon1) and a bearing, find the lat/lons of points on the rhumb line at given distances. These distan
the distance to the corresponding pole, where the rhumb line ends.

  Wind
   Unknown Wind
      Find wind speed and direction, given true airspeed (TAS), ground speed, course and heading. Courses and headings
      Speeds are in any (but the same) units.
   Unknown heading and ground speed.
      Solve for heading and ground speed, given TAS, course and wind- the standard pre-flight planning problem.
   TAS and wind speed from three ground speeds.
      This is a way to get your TAS when the wind is unknown but you can determine your groundspeed (eg by GPS). Fly
    120 degrees apart- eg 10,130 and 250 degrees. Note the three groundspeeds. From these one can obtain the TAS a
     This is a way to get your TAS when the wind is unknown but you can determine your groundspeed (eg by GPS). Fly
   120 degrees apart- eg 10,130 and 250 degrees. Note the three groundspeeds. From these one can obtain the TAS a
   without knowing which is which! Hopefully the TAS is the larger of the two!) With exact data, the results are exact, i
   wind. The method works best in light winds (say less than 20% of the TAS). As the windspeed increases, the method
   sensitive to errors in the input. These are minimized if one of the three directions is chosen to be approximately downw

StdAtm
   Find temperature, pressure, density and sound speed as a function of altitude for the 1976 US Standard Atmosphere. I
   for the first two layers (up to 20km ~ 65617 feet). There are two tables, on the left for heights in feet, on the righ
  Different units can be chosen by setting the switches at the top of the corresponding columns. Heights can be changed
  rows.

Altitude
   Pressure Altitude - what an altimeter indicates when set to 29.92"
   Indicated Altitude- what an altimeter indicates when set to the local altimeter setting, equals true altitude at field
   Field Elevation- the height above MSL of the altimeter setting reporting point.
   True Altitude- height above MSL.
   Density Altitude- height in the ISA (International standard atmosphere- see above) with the same air density.
   Provides means of computing these quantities.

Sun
  Calculate the time of local sunset given latitude, longitude and date. Depending on how far the sun is required to dip
  the horizon, we have "official sunset", and the end of civil, nautical and astronomical twilight.
  Enter the time difference to UTC (eg PST = -8 ) to get local time.
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d bearings between them. Show the locations of the apex


g track distance (from 1) and the local true course.
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   track distance.



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 ing 1 or 2 in the appropriate box.
at circle with a unit vector perpendicular to it.
if the two great circles are the same.


s d13 and d23 from points 1 and 2- if they exist.


     at given distances. These distances cannot exceed




 and heading. Courses and headings are in degrees.


     flight planning problem.

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Distance and bearing between points
                         deg           min                                  nm
latitude1                       N33:   57.0000   distance                    #NAME?
longitude1                     W118:   24.0000                              deg
latitude2                       N40:   38.0000   bearing 1->2                #NAME?
longitude2                      W73:   47.0000   bearing2->1                 #NAME?

                         UNITS                   maximum latitude           #NAME?    ######
                         nm=1 km=2 sm=3           at longitude              #NAME?    ######
                                1                minimum latitude           #NAME?    ######
                                                  at longitude              #NAME?    ######

Latitudes of point on GC                                                    deg       min
intermediate longitude         W111:    0.0000   intermediate latitude       #NAME?   ######
intermediate longitude         W110:    0.0000   intermediate latitude       #NAME?   ######
intermediate longitude         W100:    0.0000   intermediate latitude       #NAME?   ######
intermediate longitude          E80:    0.0000   intermediate latitude       #NAME?   ######
intermediate longitude         W120:    0.0000   intermediate latitude       #NAME?   ######

Crossing parallels
intermediate latitude           N36: 23.6597     intermediate longitude 1   #NAME?    ######
                                                 intermediate longitude 2   #NAME?    ######
intermediate latitude           N34: 0.0000      intermediate longitude 1   #NAME?    ######
                                                 intermediate longitude 2   #NAME?    ######
intermediate latitude           S34: 0.0000      intermediate longitude 1   #NAME?    ######
                                                 intermediate longitude 2   #NAME?    ######

Points given distance from 1 towards 2
                         nm
distance                         100             point latitude             #NAME?    ######
                                                 point longitude            #NAME?    ######
distance                        1000             point latitude             #NAME?    ######
                                                 point longitude            #NAME?    ######
distance                        2000             point latitude             #NAME?    ######
                                                 point longitude            #NAME?    ######
distance                        -100             point latitude             #NAME?    ######
                                                 point longitude            #NAME?    ######
km        sm
 #NAME?     #NAME?




  along GC
bearing    nm
 #NAME?      #NAME?
 #NAME?      #NAME?
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 #NAME?     #NAME?
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Lat/lon given radial and distance
                         deg       min                      maximum latitude            #NAME?     #NAME?
latitude1                     N42: 36.0000                   at longitude               #NAME?     #NAME?
longitude1                  W117: 51.9600                   minimum latitude            #NAME?     #NAME?
bearing from 1             51.0000                           at longitude               #NAME?     #NAME?
UNITS                    nm=1 km=2 sm=3
                                 1
Points given distance from point 1
                         nm                                                            deg         min
distance                        5400                        lat                         #NAME?     #NAME?
                                                            lon                         #NAME?     #NAME?
distance                        1000                        lat                         #NAME?     #NAME?
                                                            lon                         #NAME?     #NAME?
distance                        2000                        lat                         #NAME?     #NAME?
                                                            lon                         #NAME?     #NAME?
distance                        -100                        lat                         #NAME?     #NAME?
                                                            lon                         #NAME?     #NAME?

Latitude of point on GC
intermediate longitude         W111:    0.0000              intermediate latitude       #NAME?     #NAME?
intermediate longitude         W110:    0.0000              intermediate latitude       #NAME?     #NAME?
intermediate longitude         W100:    0.0000              intermediate latitude       #NAME?     #NAME?
intermediate longitude          E80:    0.0000              intermediate latitude       #NAME?     #NAME?
intermediate longitude         W120:    0.0000              intermediate latitude       #NAME?     #NAME?

Crossing parallels
intermediate latitude           N36:   23.6597              intermediate longitude 1    #NAME?     #NAME?
                                                            intermediate longitude 2    #NAME?     #NAME?
intermediate latitude           N34:    0.0000              intermediate longitude 1    #NAME?     #NAME?
                                                            intermediate longitude 2    #NAME?     #NAME?
intermediate latitude           S34:    0.0000              intermediate longitude 1    #NAME?     #NAME?
                                                            intermediate longitude 2    #NAME?     #NAME?

Along- and cross- track distance                 positive cross-track distance = right of course

latitude                        N44:   30.0000              closest latitude            #NAME?     #NAME?
longitude                      W110:   30.0000              closest longitude           #NAME?     #NAME?
latitude                        N43:   15.3500              closest latitude            #NAME?     #NAME?
longitude                      W115:   13.1569              closest longitude           #NAME?     #NAME?
latitude                        N34:   39.0000              closest latitude            #NAME?     #NAME?
longitude                      W116:   33.0000              closest longitude           #NAME?     #NAME?
    along-GC
bearing    nm
 #NAME?

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 #NAME?     #NAME?
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 #NAME?     #NAME?
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      distance
along      cross
  #NAME?     #NAME?

 #NAME?     #NAME?

 #NAME?     #NAME?
Great circle #1
          2 =1 defined by two points, =2 defined by one point and (true) bearing
             deg           min
latitude1           N42:   36.0000
longitude1         W117:   51.6000
latitude2           N40:   38.0000
longitude2          W73:   47.0000
bearing            51.00
Great Circle #2
          2 =1 defined by two points, =2 defined by one point and (true) bearing
latitude3          N44: 50.4000
longitude3       W117: 48.3600
latitude4          N40: 0.0000
longitude4       W110: 0.0000
bearing          137.00

Intersections
                                                   nm      km     sm                          nm      km
latitude5    #NAME?        ######    dist 1-5       #NAME? #NAME? #NAME?           dist 1-6    #NAME? #NAME?
longitude5   #NAME?        ######    dist 2-5       #NAME? #NAME? #NAME?           dist 2-6    #NAME? #NAME?
latitude6    #NAME?        ######    dist 3-5       #NAME? #NAME? #NAME?           dist 3-6    #NAME? #NAME?
longitude6   #NAME?        ######    dist 4-5       #NAME? #NAME? #NAME?           dist 4-6    #NAME? #NAME?

crs 1-5      #NAME?                  crs 1-6         #NAME?
crs 2-5      #NAME?                  crs 2-6         #NAME?
crs 3-5      #NAME?                  crs 3-6         #NAME?
crs 4-5      #NAME?                  crs 4-6         #NAME?
crs 5-1      #NAME?                  crs 6-1         #NAME?
crs 5-2      #NAME?                  crs 6-2         #NAME?
crs 5-3      #NAME?                  crs 6-3         #NAME?
crs 5-4      #NAME?                  crs 6-4         #NAME?
sm
 #NAME?
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UNITS       nm=1 km=2 sm=3                DME- DME Worksheet
                    1
            deg       min     dist (nm)
latitude1        N43: 36.0000 120.0000
longitude1      W117: 51.9600
latitude2        N43: 28.0000 135.4500
longitude2      W114: 12.0000
brg 1->2     #NAME? dist 1->2 #NAME?
brg 2->1     #NAME?
latitude3a   #NAME? #NAME?
longitude3a #NAME? #NAME?
latitude3b   #NAME? #NAME?
longitude3b #NAME? #NAME?

brg 1->3a   #NAME?
brg 2->3a   #NAME?
brg 1->3b   #NAME?
brg 2->3b   #NAME?
Lat/lon given radial and distance- rhumb line
           deg       min             Dist to
latitude1       N25: 47.5900         N. pole   #NAME? nm
longitude1     W80: 17.4300          S. pole   #NAME? nm
             45.0000
bearing from 1
UNITS nm=1 km=2 sm=3
                   1

Points given distance from point 1
           nm
distance        100                  lat       #NAME?   #NAME?
                                     lon       #NAME?   #NAME?
distance        200                  lat       #NAME?   #NAME?
                                     lon       #NAME?   #NAME?
distance        300                  lat       #NAME?   #NAME?
                                     lon       #NAME?   #NAME?
distance        500                  lat       #NAME?   #NAME?
                                     lon       #NAME?   #NAME?
distance        1000                 lat       #NAME?   #NAME?
                                     lon       #NAME?   #NAME?
distance        2000                 lat       #NAME?   #NAME?
                                     lon       #NAME?   #NAME?
distance        3000                 lat       #NAME?   #NAME?
                                     lon       #NAME?   #NAME?
distance        4000                 lat       #NAME?   #NAME?
                                     lon       #NAME?   #NAME?
distance        5000                 lat       #NAME?   #NAME?
                                     lon       #NAME?   #NAME?
distance        5400                 lat       #NAME?   #NAME?
                                     lon       #NAME?   #NAME?
distance        5425                 lat       #NAME?   #NAME?
                                     lon       #NAME?   #NAME?
distance   5436.739                  lat       #NAME?   #NAME?
                                     lon       #NAME?   #NAME?
Wind Triangles                 Units of speeds (knots, mph etc) do not matter as long as they are consistent.

Unknown wind

Course                         300 deg             Wind Dir             #NAME?
Heading                        305 deg             Wind Speed           #NAME?
TAS                            130
Ground Speed                   125


Unknown Heading and Ground Speed

Course                         300 deg             Heading      #NAME?
TAS                            130                 Ground Speed #NAME?
Wind Dir                        8.3 deg
Wind Speed                       15


Headwind and Crosswind Components

Wind Dir                         60 deg            Headwind             #NAME?
Wind Speed                       20                Crosswind            #NAME?
Rwy Dir                          30 deg




TAS and Windspeed from three (GPS) ground speeds
  The three headings must differ from each other by 120 degrees (eg 40, 160 and 280)

GS1                            130                 TAS                  #NAME?                       The results assume that the TAS is in fact greater tha
GS2                            140                 Wind Speed           #NAME?                       case, swap TAS and Wind Speed. This method beco
                                                                                                     in the groundspeeds as the wind speed increases. Th
GS3                            140
                                                                                                     known. However, if it (approximately) known, choosin
                                                                                                     downwind minimizes the effects of measurement erro
HDG1                            40                 Wind Dir(from) #NAME?
HDG2                           160
HDG3                           280
 assume that the TAS is in fact greater than the wind speed. If the opposite is the
 TAS and Wind Speed. This method becomes more sensitive to measurement errors
ndspeeds as the wind speed increases. The wind direction is not required to be
 wever, if it (approximately) known, choosing one of the three headings to be
minimizes the effects of measurement errors.
1976 Standard Atmosphere up to 20km (65617 ft)
             0 C       1 psi             slugs/ft3
                                       1 slugs/ft3       1 ft/sec                    0 C
             1 F       2 in Hg            kg/m3
                                       2 kg/m3           2 knots                     1 F
                       3 Hpa, mB       3 rho0            3 m/sec
UNITS                  4 lbs/ft2
                                                                        UNITS
                       5 atm

        0          0               4                 1              2           1
ft            C      lbs/ft2           slugs/ft3 knots                  meter
Height       Temp    Pressure          Density   Sound Speed            Height
   1575.42    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                       15064
     11111    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                          333
      -500    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                         -400
         0    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                         -200
       500    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                            0
      1000    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                          200
      1500    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                          400
      2000    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                          600
      2500    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                          800
      3000    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        1000
      3500    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        1200
      4000    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        1400
      4500    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        1600
      5000    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        1800
      5500    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        2000
      6000    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        2200
      6500    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        2400
      7000    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        2600
      7500    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        2800
      8000    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        3000
      8500    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        3200
      9000    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        3400
      9500    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        3600
     10000    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        3800
     10500    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        4000
     11000    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        4200
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     14000    #NAME?   #NAME?           #NAME? #NAME?                        5400
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19500   #NAME?   #NAME?   #NAME?   #NAME?    7600
20000   #NAME?   #NAME?   #NAME?   #NAME?    7800
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25000   #NAME?   #NAME?   #NAME?   #NAME?    9800
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27000   #NAME?   #NAME?   #NAME?   #NAME?   10600
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40000   #NAME?   #NAME?   #NAME?   #NAME?   15800
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50500   #NAME?   #NAME?   #NAME?   #NAME?   20000
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0 C       1 psi           1 slugs/ft3       1 ft/sec
1 F       2 in Hg         2 kg/m3           2 knots
          3 Hpa, mB       3 rho0            3 m/sec
          4 lbs/ft2
          5 atm

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Indicated altitude      1000 feet       Pressure Alt          1000
Altimeter Setting      30.15 in Hg      Altimeter Setting    30.15
Pressure Alt         #NAME? feet        Indicated altitude #NAME?



Density altitude from pressure altitude and temperature
Pressure altitude       8000 feet
Temperature (C)           18 C
Density altitude     #NAME? feet

Density altitude from indicated altitude, altimeter setting and temperature
Indicated altitude      7906   feet
Altimeter Setting      29.82   in Hg
Temperature (C)           18   C
Density altitude     #NAME?    feet



True Altitude

Indicated Altitude      8000   feet     Indicated Altitude    8000   feet     Indicated Altitude     8000   feet
Field elevation         5000   feet     Field elevation       5000   feet     Field elevation        5000   feet
OAT                        5   C        OAT                      5   C        OAT                       5   C
ISA deviation              4   C        True Altitude      #NAME?    feet     Temp at field            15   C
True Altitude        #NAME?    feet                                           True Altitude        ######   feet


   It is not easy to get an accurate true altitude (actual altitude above MSL) from an altimeter. You need
  to know not only the pressure at some point of known elevation below you (satisfied by having the local
  altimeter setting), but also the vertical profile of the air temperature between that point and your aircraft.
   Setting the altimeter to the local altimeter setting compensates for non-standard surface pressures.
  The altimeter then reads "indicated" altitude, which would be true altitude only if the temperature profile
  was that of the "standard" atmosphere. Deviations of the actual air temperature from standard causes the
  pressure to change with altitude at non-standard rates. In the end, what matters is the vertically
  averaged deviation from standard temperature, "isadev". This could be obtained from a radiosonde
  balloon sounding, if one were available- one would then use the first of the three calculation methods
  to obtain true altitude.
   In the second column, the only available temperature is the OAT at altitude, and the assumption is made
  that below you, the lapse rate is standard (ie 2C/1000' as in the standard atmosphere).
   In the third column, one also has the temperature at the field (the altimeter setting location) available,
  and the temperature is assumed to vary linearly with altitude.
   To the extent these latter assumptions are correct, the result will accurate...
causes the




on is made
Sunrise and sunset

            deg          min
Latitude          N40:    54.0000 Date       06/25/90
Longitude         W74:    18.0000 Timezone         -4


             sunrise             sunset
             UTC         local   UTC    local
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Civil        #NAME?       #NAME? #NAME? #NAME?
Nautical     #NAME?       #NAME? #NAME? #NAME?
Astronomical #NAME?       #NAME? #NAME? #NAME?

								
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