Aerodynamic drag characteristics and shape design of a radar antenna used for airport ground traffic control

  • Baris Gumusel, Cengiz Camci
  • Published 2006


Modern air traffic control systems in airports use high-speed ground tracking radars usually rotating at 60 rpm. The flow induced vibration and noise generation of the newly developed radar antennas are the two serious problems that jeopardise the successful deployment of the ground aircraft tracking systems. The present study is an attempt to understand… (More)


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