Yannick Verschueren

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This paper describes the first successful attempt to detect wake vortices axially using an on-board infrared pulsed Doppler LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging). On-board axial detection is more complex than the classic ground-based tangential approach, because the axial air speed in vortices is low and the atmospheric particle density is reduced, yielding a(More)
This paper describes the first successful attempt to detect wake vortices axially using an on-board infrared pulsed Doppler LiDAR (light detection and ranging) is described. On-board axial detection is more complex than the classic ground-based tangential approach, because the axial air speed in vortices is low and the atmospheric particle density is(More)
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