A85. NAVMETOCCOMINST 3144.1
The ratio of how much water vapor is in the air compared to the amount of water
vapor, at the current temperature andpressure, that the air can possibly hold.
Temperature, humidity, and radiant energy.
The temperature required under no-wind conditions that will equal the cooling
effect of the actual air temperature in conjunction with the wind.
The air is more dense than normal.
It increases density altitude.
By using the Density Altitude Computer (CP-718/UM), the Smithsonian
Meteorological Tables, the Density Altitude Formula, or the Density Altitude
It decreases air density.