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    Title: 大雨中飛機空氣動力特性分析
    Other Titles: Aerodynamic Analysis under Influence of Heavy Rain
    Authors: 宛同;吳仕偉
    Contributors: 淡江大學航空太空工程學系
    Keywords: Heavy rain;Aerodynamic analysis;Aviation safety
    Date: 2004
    Issue Date: 2013-03-22 19:39:13 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 逢甲大學
    Abstract: The detrimental effects of meteorological phenomenon such as wind shear, thunderstorm, ice/snow etc, to aviation safety are relatively well known. But aerodynamic influences due to heavy rain are still the on-going research subject. This paper first reviewed some research finding of heavy rain effects on aerodynamic performance degradation. Then a computational method to compute the two-dimensional heavy rain condition is introduced and the effects of droplet cratering, liquid water content, droplet terminal velocity, air density modification are included. It is felt that the quantitative information gained in this work could be useful to the operational airline industry, and greater effort should put in this direction to further improve aviation safety.
    Relation: 中國航空太空學會第四十六屆年會暨會員大會、2004航太學會/民航學會聯合學術研討會、國科會航太學門專題研究計畫成果發表會、教育部航太科技教育改進計畫成果發表會論文集,8頁
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