state

state
1. состояние; положение; переменная состояния, координата [компонента] (вектора) состояния, фазовая координата
2. режим <работы>
state of rest
state of the aircraft
state of the atmosphere
state of the runway
acceleration state
actuator states
aerodynamic states
aircraft states
airplane states
allowable states
augmented states
autopilot/actuator states
buckled state
controller state
display states
disturbance states
disturbed state
disturbed states
drift-rate states
emotional state
energy state
engine states
equilibrium state
failure state
final state
flight state
flow state
fuel-saving state
geometric state
gust states
integrator states
limit state
measured states
missile state
model state
nonmeasurable state
normal state
optimality state
pitch rate state
plane stress state
plant state
quasy-steady state
reduced states
reference state
reference state of the atmosphere
regulator state
separated state
snap-through states
solid state
stalled state
standard state of the atmosphere
steady state
strain state
stress state
structural state
target state
trim state
turbulent wake state
undeformed state
unstalled state
unsteady state
velocity states
vortex-ring state
windmill state
working state

Авиасловарь. . 2004.

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