An Airborne and Wind Tunnel Evaluation of a Wind Turbulence Measurement System for Aircraft-Based Flux Measurements*

@inproceedings{Garman2006AnAA,
  title={An Airborne and Wind Tunnel Evaluation of a Wind Turbulence Measurement System for Aircraft-Based Flux Measurements*},
  author={Karl Edwin Garman and Kirsty A. Hill and Phillip J. Wyss and Mark S Carlsen and Jason Ronald Zimmerman and Brian H. Stirm and Thomas Q. Carney and Robert E. Santini and P. V. Ramachandran},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract Although the ability to measure vertical eddy fluxes of gases from aircraft platforms represents an important capability to obtain spatially resolved data, accurate and reliable determination of the turbulent vertical velocity presents a great challenge. A nine-hole hemispherical probe known as the “Best Air Turbulence Probe” (often abbreviated as the “BAT Probe”) is frequently used in aircraft-based flux studies to sense the airflow angles and velocity relative to the aircraft… CONTINUE READING

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