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
Icing and ice detection
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