LOWICE: An Example of the Adaption of In-flight Icing Diagnosis Concepts to the Structural Icing Environment 2011-38-0070
Concepts from algorithms that use observations and numerical model output to diagnose icing conditions aloft also apply well in the near-surface environment, where icing can affect wind turbines, power lines, communications towers and more. The LOWICE system is being developed to leverage proven in-flight icing knowledge to create real-time assessments of the near-surface icing environment.
Citation: Bernstein, B., Gregow, E., Wittmeyer, I., and Hirvonen, J., "LOWICE: An Example of the Adaption of In-flight Icing Diagnosis Concepts to the Structural Icing Environment," SAE Technical Paper 2011-38-0070, 2011, https://doi.org/10.4271/2011-38-0070. Download Citation
Ben C. Bernstein, Erik Gregow, Ian Wittmeyer, Jarkko Hirvonen
Leading Edge Atmospherics, Finnish Meteorological Institute
SAE 2011 International Conference on Aircraft and Engine Icing and Ground Deicing