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A Study on the Positioning of Ice Sensors for Assessing Airworthiness of Military Helicopter
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A Study on the Positioning of Ice Sensors for Assessing Airworthiness of Military Helicopter
Kim, Chan Dong; Hur, Jang Wook;
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The measurement of icing conditions needs to be carried out accurately by the ice detector system of an aircraft. Ice detector systems should be installed in locations not affected by backwash, rotor downwash or moving doors or other equipment. Various analyses were carried out in order to find the proper locations sufficiently far from these interfering effects. In this study, the optimum position of the ice detector was assessed using computer simulation, with respect to different flight modes, flow velocities and the amount and distribution of liquid water around the sensor.
Ice Sensor;Icing Airworthiness;Military Helicopter;Liquid Water Content;Median Volume Diameter;
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