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Using the Temperature Rise Conversion Calculator

Example 1:
If your true airspeed is 220 knots, what is difference between indicated air temperature and true temperature? In other words what is the temperature rise (ΔT)?

Begin by highlighting the field that corresponds to true airspeed in knots.

Enter the 220 value.

Don't worry about the recovery coefficient. Just leave it at 1.0 unless you specifically know the value for your aircraft's temperature sensor.

The remaining field is the temperature rise one. Press "Eval" and read the answer 6.4 oC on (b).

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