2 edition of digital data acquisition system for airborne atmospheric research found in the catalog.
digital data acquisition system for airborne atmospheric research
1968 by Natural Resources Research Institute, University of Wyoming in Laramie .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Dennis Knowlton [and] Donald L. Veal.|
|Series||University of Wyoming. Natural Resources Research Institute. Information circular,, no. 56|
|Contributions||Veal, Donald L., joint author., University of Wyoming. Natural Resources Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||Z699.5.M45 K5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 10 l|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||72610634|
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The introduction of digital systems instead of analog ones has created a major separation in the aviation technology. to extend the data acquisition system and problems that are unique to. A fourth generation Airborne Research Instrumentation System (ARIS IV) has been designed and developed for use on three smaller aircraft.
The purpose of the onboard data acquisition system is to record on magnetic tape the output of various instruments, while simultaneously computing and displaying in real time selected meteorological parameters.
The need for a new generation data system Author: R. Friesen, R. Brown. A 12bit, analog to digital 32 channel, is used to acquire voltage measurements at frequencies up to Hz.
Digital data acquisition is available on 25 serial (RS/RS) ports at speed of up to Mbps and on 2 ARINC ports. Special M interface cards are used to acquire data from CAPS probe, the Applanix System and PMS probes. Atmospheric Research using the DaqBook A NASA laboratory employed a notebook-PC-based data acquisition system to gather data for atmo-spheric research.
The notebook-based system helped reduce the size, weight, and cost of the airborne test application, while concurrently increasing its performance, data storage, and display capabilities. for Atmospheric Research for Dr. Melvyn A. Shapiro of the These were converted to digital form with two bit synchro-to-digital converters and were interfaced into the aircraft digital data acquisition system (ARIS IV) through two parallel ports (Duncan and Brown, ).
The sample rate was 5 Hz. A/D Analog to Digital ADADS Aircraft Data Acquisition and Display System ADF Automatic Direction Finder ADS Airborne or Digital data acquisition system for airborne atmospheric research book Data System AEROS Airborne Environment Research Observing System AFIS Airborne Flight Information System AGL Above Ground Level ALT Altitude ANSI American National Standards Institute APA Airport Pressure Altitude.
Spectrometer for Sky-Scanning Sun-Tracking Atmospheric Research (4STAR): Instrument Technology interfaced to a data acquisition system, all built into the instrument body.
A 2-axis motion control digital controller and data acquisition elements permit replacement of virtually all analog circuitry in the system with PC-based. The AirCore is an innovative yet extremely simple atmospheric sampling system invented by Pieter Tans at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)/Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL) (Tans ; Karion et al.
It consists of a thin, very long, coiled, stainless steel tube (mm diameter connected to mm diameter). An in-line holographic system for in situ detection of atmospheric cloud particles [Holographic Detector for Clouds (HOLODEC)] has been developed and flown on the National Center for Atmospheric Research C research aircraft.
Clear holograms are obtained in daylight conditions at typical aircraft speeds of m s The instrument is fully digital and is interfaced to a control and data. Mendeley Data Repository is free-to-use and open access. It enables you to deposit any research data (including raw and processed data, video, code, software, algorithms, protocols, and methods) associated with your research manuscript.
Your datasets will also be searchable on Mendeley Data Search, which includes nearly 11 million indexed datasets. ADAS is ideally suited for application in monitoring traffic flow, traffic congestion, and supporting ITS assets. GeoData Systems (GDS), Inc., with principal offices at Lee Highway, SuiteFairfax, VA has developed a revolutionary new class of airborne data acquisition systems.
An in-line holographic system for in situ detection of atmospheric cloud particles [Holographic Detector for Clouds (HOLODEC)] has been developed and flown on the National Center for Atmospheric Research C research aircraft. digital data acquisition system for airborne atmospheric research book Clear holograms are obtained in daylight conditions at typical aircraft speeds of m s^ The instrument is fully digital and is interfaced to a control and data.
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The system was designed to be flown aboard a single engine general aviation aircraft and to measure and record airfoil surface pressures, airfoil wake. Sun-Tracking Atmospheric Research) combines airborne sun tracking and sky scanning with diffraction Finally, digital controller and data acquisition elements permit replacement of virtually all analog circuitry in the system with PC-based hardware that is readily data system, and power supplies to be rack mounted and the scanning head.
The instrument is fully digital and is interfaced to a control and data-acquisition system in the aircraft via optical ﬁber.
It is operable at temperatures of less than 30 °C and at typical cloud humidities. A/D Analog to Digital ADADS Aircraft Data Acquisition and Display System ADF Automatic Direction Finder ADS Airborne or Aircraft Data System AEROS Airborne Environment Research Observing System AFIS Airborne Flight Information System AGL Above Ground Level ALT Altitude ANSI American National Standards Institute.
Highly sensitive and accurate measurements of numerous trace gases are required to further our understanding of atmospheric processes. Tunable diode laser systems, which offer many advantages in this regard, can be designed for reliable field measurements on both ground-based and aircraft platforms.
Abstract. Between 6 September and 15 Octobermeteorological measurement flights were conducted above the German Bight in the framework of the project WIPAFF (Wind Park Far Field). The scope of the measurements was to study long-range wakes with an extent larger than 10 km behind entire wind parks, and to investigate the interaction of wind parks and the marine atmospheric.
AN ADVANCED AIRBORNE DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM Febo Bartoli Aerospace Technologist NASA Dryden Flight Research Center Edwards, California U.S.A. SUMMARY This paper describes the development and features of and user experi- ence with an advanced airborne data acquisition system.
ACRA Control’s product line also includes KAM, an airborne digital data acquisition system made up of one or more chassis and an array of acquisition and output modules.
DATA The digital data beginning in were ac-quired using a data acquisition system designed and built by Science Engineering Associates (SEA). Data acquisition systems built by SEA are employed on a number of heavily-used research aircraft and the SEA data format is well-known in the airborne atmospheric science community.
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An onboard data acquisition system, recently upgraded with funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act ofaccommodates a wide range of analog and digital inputs.
Acquired data are processed for in-flight display. The cabin graphic (above) illustrates the cabin configuration for the Carbonaceous Aerosols and Radiative Effects Study. nal is also used to generate the timing for the digital waveform generator and the data acquisition system.
A summary of the system parameters for the Phase A radar are listed in Table 1. The system will operate at GHz, with a peak radiated power of W. The PRF and pulse length will be variable, but typical values of 10 kHz and ms. Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) - or "NOAA Research" - provides the research foundation for understanding the complex systems that support our planet.
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Years Employer Title Department Responsibilities; Years: to Employer: National Center for Atmospheric Research Title: Radar engineer Department: Environmental Observation Lab Responsibilities: Expert returned to NCAR in to design the data acquisition system for an eye safety radar for a Navy P-3 aircraft.
This radar would disable an airborne side-looking radar in the. Both channels reported data at second intervals. Instrument control and data acquisition were handled by the host NOy instrument. A new instrument, ACATS-IV, was constructed in for the ASHOE/MAESA mission.
ACATS-IV is a four-channel GC-ECD designed to operate external to and independent of the NOy instrument. Managed over 10 major NASA airborne field campaigns, 4 of them international, in the last 10 years.
Developed Ames Meteorological Satellite Downlink and Display System (MSDDS) for direct digital acquisition of geostationary and polar orbiter satellite data. MSDDS has been a key component of every major airborne field experiment since NASA HISTORICAL DATA BOOK Volume VI NASA Space Applications, Aeronautics and Space Research and Technology, Tracking and Data Acquisition/Support Operations, Commercial Programs, and Resources – Judy A.
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Airborne wind measurement techniques currently being used onboard the NAE Twin Otter Atmospheric Research Aircraft are described and their fundamental limitations are discussed.
In particular, a recently acquired LTN strapdown inertial reference system (IRS) demonstrates significant low. The data acquisition and recording system is part of the package that houses the FPCAS aerosol spectrometer located in the bottom, rear portion of the starboard spear pod of the ER The FSSP aerosol spectrometer sizes particles in the to 20 micron diameter size range (depending on the refractive index of the aerosol particles measured.
The Airborne Research Interferometer Evaluation System (ARIES) consists of a modified commercial interferometer mounted on the UKMO C aircraft.
The instrument is sensitive to the wavelength range –18 μ m and has a maximum optical path difference of ± cm. The National Airborne Sounder Testbed-Interferometer (NAST-I) is a high spectral resolution (cm-1) and high spatial resolution ( km linear resolution per km of aircraft flight altitude, at nadir) scanning ( km ground cross-track swath width per km of aircraft flight altitude) interferometer sounding system that was developed to be flown on high-altitude aircraft to provide.
"An airborne and wind tunnel evaluation of a wind turbulence measurement system for aircraft-based flux measurements." Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic. Data products translate those findings into meaningful knowledge that inspires action by scientists, educators, decision makers, and the public.
ASDC supports over 50 projects and provides access to more than 1, archived data sets. These data sets were created from satellite measurements, field experiments, and modeled data products. Met One Instruments, Inc. announces the acquisition of Atmospheric Systems Corporation, This partnership will enhance the ability to offer complete surface and upper air meteorological monitoring for air quality, renewable energy, atmospheric research, forestry, turbulence, and monitoring unattended remote.
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We equipped a ground station and two rotary-wing unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) with ultrasonic anemometers.Doulglas Vandemark, M.S."Measurements of Atmospheric Liquid Water at GHz", now with University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH. Chao Yen Fang, M.S."RACDA -- A Radar Control and Data Acquisition Subsystem for Remote Senising Applications." John Morris, M.S."Ocean Surface Wind Speed Determination from SMMR.".CessnaCam Aerial Camera Pod: Open Source Aerial Camera System: Airborne Data Services: The CessnaCam Sensor Pod is an FAA approved portable enclosure providing cubic inches of sensor space with an optical port on the bottom allowing the user to mount vertical and oblique cameras, lidars, scanners, or many other sensor systems on unmodified Cessna aircraft.