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Database of ground-based anemometer measurements of wake vortices at Kennedy Airport
by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance Systems, Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va
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|Other titles||Database of ground based anemometer measurements of wake vortices at Kennedy Airport|
|Statement||Research and Programs Administration, John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center|
|Contributions||John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (U.S.), United States. Federal Aviation Administration. Office of Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance Systems|
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Database of ground-based anemometer measurements of wake vortices at Kennedy Airport. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance Systems ; Springfield, Va.: Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service,  (OCoLC.
Database of ground-based anemometer measurements of wake vortices at Kennedy Airport A 7OO foot array of horizontal and vertical single-axis anemometers was installed at New York's Kennedy Airport on foot poles under the approach to Runway 31R.
Although the original purpose for the anemometers was to track the lateral position of wake Cited by: 3. Database of ground-based anemometer measurements of wake vortices at Kennedy Airport: final report / (Washington, D.C.: U.S.
Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance Systems ; Springfield, Va.: Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service. To help choose aircraft spacing based on the actual location and strength of the wake, it is proposed that wake vortices can be detected using conventional ground-based precipitation and cloud radars.
This is enabled by spraying a small quantity of water into the wake from near the healthtechdays.com by: 2. Sodar Measurements of Wing Vortex Strength and Position JFK International Airport shows that wake vortices in ground effect emit infrasound that is 1) more than 40 dB stronger than audible.
Analysis of the radar reflectivity of aircraft vortex wakes. can be detected using conventional ground-based precipitation and cloud radars. wind data and precise measurements of wake. Low-level wind shear, i.e., sudden changes in wind speed and/or wind direction up to altitudes of ft ( m) above-ground is a hazardous meteorological phenomenon in aviation.
It may radically change the aerodynamic circumstances of the flight, particularly during landing and take-off and consequently, it may threaten human lives and the health of passengers, people at the airport and its Author: Pavol Nechaj, Ladislav Gaál, Juraj Bartok, Olga Vorobyeva, Martin Gera, Miroslav Kelemen, Volodymyr.
This paper reports on a ground-based mechatronic system consist-ing of a cup and vane anemometer coupled to a guided airdrop system through a wireless transceiver. The guidance logic running on the airdrop system’s onboard autopilot is modiﬁed to integrate the anemometer measurements at ground level near the intended.
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A passive infrared (IR) method will be developed for detecting and monitoring wake vortices in the vicinity of runways.
To establish a safe, fundamental method for detecting and monitoring wake vortices is crucial for increasing both flight safety and airport efficiency. The monitoring campaigns were conducted during March and MarchMost of the measurements were collected over short time periods ranging from 10 to 32 minutes.
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