Vortex wakes of conventional aircraft

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North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development , Neuilly-sur-Seine, France
Vortex-motion., Wakes (Aerodynamics), Turbul
StatementColeman duP. Donaldson and Alan J. Bilanin ; edited by R.H. Korkegi ; prepared at the request of the Fluid Dynamics Panel of AGARD.
SeriesAGARDograph -- no. 204
ContributionsBilanin, Alan J., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development. Fluid Dynamics Panel.
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 79 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19354388M

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The book presents methods of mathematical modeling of vortex wakes of aircraft in flights at high altitudes and close to the ground at take-off-landing regimes.

The modeling is based on an extensive application of the method of discrete vortices in aircraft flights at high altitudes and on a conjugation of this method with the integral method.

Feb 14,  · Vortex wakes of conventional aircraft and their propagating nature close to the ground have a great impact on the safety and efficiency of the traffic flow on an airport.

The development of a Cited by: 2. Full text of "DTIC ADA Vortex Wakes of Conventional Aircraft" See other formats. May 06,  · Helicopter response to aircraft vortex wakes Posted by admin in HELICOPTER FLIGHT DYNAMICS on May 6, A key part in the process of assessing the response of helicopters to the vortices of fixed – wing aircraft is the development of severity criteria for the encounters.

standards behind those aircraft are driven by runway occupancy time rather than wake vortex separations. Likewise, the interaction between small aircraft and wakes may not be modeled in the initial AVOSS since small aircraft typically contribute a small percentage of the traffic during capacity limited periods at major airports.

Wingtip vortices can pose a hazard to aircraft, especially during the landing and takeoff phases of flight. The intensity or strength of the vortex is a function of aircraft. We present the Direct Numerical Simulations of high Reynolds numbers aircraft wakes employing vortex particle methods.

The simulations involve a highly efficient implementation of vortex methods on massively parallel computers, enabling unprecedented simulations using billions of jikishinkobudo.com by: The overall theme of the results to be described is the evaluation, reduction and avoidance of the rolling-moment hazard posed by the vortex wakes of subsonic transport aircraft which are generally configured in their landing configuration with flaps and slats deployed, and landing gear jikishinkobudo.com by: Aircraft Wake-Vortex Encounter Analysis for Upper Levels.

the vortex wakes of landing aircraft were measured by a Continuous Wave lidar operated by MIT/Lincoln Laboratories. Conventional. AIRCRAFT WAKE TURBULENCE. Every aircraft in flight generates a wake pilots should note the rotation or touchdown point of the preceding aircraft.

The vortex circulation is outward, upward and around the wing tips when viewed from either ahead or behind the aircraft. similar to the "prop wash" of a conventional aircraft.

However, in. The stability of an aircraft wake model composed of an external vortex pair (modeling the wing tip vortices) and an internal vortex pair rotating in the opposite direction (modeling the vortices generated by the fuselage and the horizontal tail) in a stationary configuration is investigated with the vortex filament stability method used by Crow [AIAA J.

8, ()] and Crouch [J. Fluid Cited by: A review is presented of the present state of our knowledge of the vortex wakes of conventional aircraft. Included are discussions of wake rollup, geometry, instability, and turbulent aging.

North Atlantic Treaty Organization Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development Fluid Dynamics Panel. Vortex wakes of conventional aircraft by Coleman du P Donaldson North Atlantic Treaty Organization Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development Consultant and Exchange Programme.

determination of the spread of vortex wakes as a function of time is then applied to operations of aircraft as they approach closely-spaced parallel runways.

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The results suggest guidelines for efficiently and effectively avoiding the vortex wakes of preceding aircraft. Closer to the ground large aircraft travel much slower, and the atmosphere is much thicker, so the vortices that are generated are less powerful and dissipates quicker. The most critical period is when a large aircraft is coming into land, when it is common for the aircraft wake vortex to reach the ground.

The Application of Background Oriented Schlieren Method to Aircraft Wake Vortex Investigations. By Christina Politz, Vortex wakes of conventional aircraft and their propagating nature close to the ground have a great impact on the safety and efficiency of the traffic flow on an airport.

The development of a measurement technique which Cited by: 2. The book I read was Vortex by S.J. Kincaid. In this book, the main character Tom returns to the tower for his second year. The second year he has a lot more challenges and he makes some advances toward being a Combat but his personality gets in the way.

On the other hand, his personality also is a positive/5. Billion vortex particle direct numerical simulations of aircraft wakes Philippe Chatelaina, Alessandro Curionib, Michael Bergdorfa, Diego Rossinellia, Wanda Andreonib, Petros Koumoutsakosa,* aChair for Computational Science, ETH Zurich CH, Switzerland b Computational Sciences, IBM Research Division – Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland.


Meyn3 Ames Research Center SUMMARY A method is proposed for the estimation of the movement and spread of lift-generated vortex wakes as a function of time to better enable aircraft arriving at airports to avoid the hazardsCited by: 7.

Wake turbulence can occasionally, under the right conditions, be heard by ground observers. On a still day, the wake turbulence from heavy jets on landing approach can be heard as a dull roar or whistle.

This is the strong core of the vortex. If the aircraft produces a weaker vortex, the breakup will sound like tearing a piece of paper. the jet vortex wake of the aerial tanker, in which case additional aerodynamic forces and moments acting on the receiver do emerge.

The paper developed a mathematical model of aerodynamic characteristics of aircraft in jet vortex wake based on the set of aircraft flow-around calculation programs and wake flows.

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Wings with near-planar vortex wakes. Posted by admin in The Aerodynamic Design of Aircraft on February 6, To begin with, we assume that the trailing vortex sheet, including its rolled-up edges, has ceased to grow in space or in time when it reaches the Trefftz plane. design of suitable aerofoil sections is one of the main pro.

Trailing Vortex Wake Encounters at Altitude - A Potential Flight Safety Issue. Robert C. Nelson University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana The potential hazard of one aircraft encountering the trailing vortex wake of another aircraft during either take-off or landing is. tip vortex tip vortex flight (C) (B) (A) starting stopping vortex vortex flapping wing flapping wing Figure Schematic illustration of structure of vortex wakes for different kinds of flight.

(A) Gliding or flight in fixed-wing aircraft produces relatively simple wakes that possess a. Vortex Aviation, Farnborough, Hampshire. likes. Vortex is a Luxury Air Charter Consultancy specialising in Jet and Helicopter travel!Followers: Vortex Wake Turbulence Bill Crawford: jikishinkobudo.com Simulations, wind tunnel studies, and in-flight research demonstrate that penetrating a vortex core is unlikely.

Depending on the follower aircraft’s intercept angle, speed, and inertia, the flow field tends to roll the aircraft away from the vortex. In a more serious encounter, the. Wake Vortex Turbulence From SKYbrary Wiki.

WAKE. Description. All aircraft generate vortices at the wing tips as a consequence of producing lift. The heavier the aircraft and the slower it is flying, the stronger the vortex. Among other factors, the size of the vortex is proportional to the span of the aircraft which generates it.

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This is seen as crucial to the timely expansion of vertical flight aircraft (helicopters and tilt rotor aircraft) operations to and from busy hubs. This paper develops the results reported in Refs 1 and 2, focussing on the key issue of defining severity criteria for rotorcraft encounters with vortex wakes.Visualization and Analysis of Vortex Features in Helicopter Rotor Wakes David L.

Kao1, Jasim U. Ahmad2, and Terry L. Holst3 NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA Brian G. Allan4 NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA Vortex interactions in .Numerical Assessment for PIV Measurement in Airplane Wakes.

Kisa Matsushima and; Roll Control Evaluation of the XA Flying Wing Aircraft Using Active Camber Control compared to Conventional Ailerons using Vortex Lattice Theory Detailed Study of Effects of Crosswind and Turbulence Intensity on Aircraft Wake-Vortex in Ground Proximity.