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Status: SUBM 2009/06/04

Concept definition: The type of bypass of an aircraft jet engine. This information can be used for calculating <<CONTRAIL_PROBABILITY>>.
Attribute value type: ENUMERATION
Reference type: IR
Reference: [JMBL, "contrail engine type"]
Supplemental references: [SCHR]

Enumerants (presented in a natural order)
Status Attribute label Enumerant label ▾ Concept definition Code Ref type Reference Supplemental references
JET_ENGINE_BYPASS_TYPE HIGH_BYPASS The ratio of <AIR> bypassing the combustion chamber to air flowing through the combustion chamber is 5:1 or more; high bypass.   IR [JMBL, "contrail engine type":1] [SCHR]
JET_ENGINE_BYPASS_TYPE LOW_BYPASS The bypass ratio of <AIR> bypassing the combustion chamber less than 5:1; low bypass.   IR [JMBL, "contrail engine type":2] [SCHR]
JET_ENGINE_BYPASS_TYPE NO_BYPASS No <AIR> bypasses the combustion chamber.   IR [JMBL, "contrail engine type":3] [SCHR]

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