User menu

Crosswind thresholds supporting wake-vortex-free corridors for departing aircraft

Bibliographic reference Dengler, Klaus ; Holzäpfel, Frank ; Gerz, Thomas ; Wiegele, A. ; De Visscher, Ivan ; et. al. Crosswind thresholds supporting wake-vortex-free corridors for departing aircraft. In: Meteorological Applications, Vol. 19, p. 289-301 (2012)
Permanent URL
  1. CROW S. C., Stability theory for a pair of trailing vortices, 10.2514/3.6083
  2. De Visscher, EDDF-2 Database Analysis and Performance Assessment of the Wake Vortex Models on the EDDF-1 and EDDF-2 Databases (2009)
  3. Elsenaar, Wake Vortex Research Needs for “Improved Wake Vortex Separation Ruling” and “Reduced Wake Signatures” (2006)
  4. Eurocontrol 2008 Challenges to growth 2
  5. Frech Michael, Zinner Tobias, Concept of Wake Vortex Behavior Classes, 10.2514/1.55
  6. Hennemann I 2009 Dreidimensionale verformung und zerfall von flugzeugwirbelschleppen in turbulenter und stabil geschichteter atmosphäre
  7. Holz-aring Frank, pfel, Probabilistic Two-Phase Wake Vortex Decay and Transport Model, 10.2514/2.3096
  8. Holzäpfel F Kladetzke J 2009 Wake vortex encounters during Take-off & departure: sensitivity analysis and worst case search 94
  9. Holzäpfel Frank, Kladetzke Jan, Assessment of Wake-Vortex Encounter Probabilities for Crosswind Departure Scenarios, 10.2514/1.c000236
  10. Holzäpfel Frank, Kladetzke Jan, Amelsberg Swantje, Lenz Helge, Schwarz Carsten, Visscher Ivan De, Aircraft Wake Vortex Scenarios Simulation Package for Takeoff and Departure, 10.2514/1.39346
  11. Holzäpfel Frank, Steen Meiko, Aircraft Wake-Vortex Evolution in Ground Proximity: Analysis and Parameterization, 10.2514/1.23917
  12. ICAO Annex 3 2004 Annex 3 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation Part I Core SARPs and Part II Appendices and Attachments
  13. Konopka J Fischer H 2005 The wake vortex warning system at Frankfurt Airport Proceedings of the 24th Digital Avionics Systems Conference A.6-31 A.6-14
  14. Konopka, EDDF 6-Month Wake and Weather Dataset RWY25L/R [EDDF-2] (2007)
  15. Konopka, EDDF-2 Data Collection Campaign Report (2008)
  16. Köpp Friedrich, Rahm Stephan, Smalikho Igor, Characterization of Aircraft Wake Vortices by 2-μm Pulsed Doppler Lidar, 10.1175/1520-0426(2004)021<0194:coawvb>;2
  17. Köpp Friedrich, Rahm Stephan, Smakikho Igor, Dolfi Agnes, Cariou Jean-Pierre, Harris Michael, Comparison of Wake-Vortex Parameters Measured by Pulsed and Continuous-Wave Lidars, 10.2514/1.8177
  18. Meleshko V. V., Gurzhi A. A., Doernbrack A., Gerz T., Holzäpfel F., Hofbauer T., 10.1023/a:1012540311949
  19. Rossow VJ Hardy GH Meyn LA 2005 Models of wake-vortex spreading mechanisms and their estimated uncertainties
  20. Schwarz Carsten Walter, Hahn Klaus-Uwe, Full-flight simulator study for wake vortex hazard area investigation, 10.1016/j.ast.2005.09.005
  21. Winckelmans, Proceedings of European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECCOMAS CFD), Special Technology Session on Wake Vortex Research in Europe, Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands, 5-8 September 2006 (2006)