Comparing Convective Weather Avoidance Models and Aircraft-based Data *

@inproceedings{Delaura2009ComparingCW,
  title={Comparing Convective Weather Avoidance Models and Aircraft-based Data *},
  author={Rich Delaura and Brad Crowe and R. Ferris},
  year={2009}
}
The Convective Weather Avoidance Model (CWAM), developed in collaboration with NASA, translates convective weather information into a Weather Avoidance Field (WAF), to determine if pilots will route around convective regions. The WAF provides an estimate of the probability of pilot deviation around convective weather in en route airspace as a function of time, horizontal location, and flight altitude [1][2]. The results of the WAF can used to create reroutes around regions of convective weather… CONTINUE READING
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