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The Analysis of Meterological Environment over Jeju Moseulpo Region for HALE UAV
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 Title & Authors
The Analysis of Meterological Environment over Jeju Moseulpo Region for HALE UAV
Cho, Young-Jun; Ahn, Kwang-Deuk; Lee, Hee-Choon; Ha, Jong-Chul; Choi, Reno K.Y.; Cho, Chun-Ho; Kim, Su-Bo;
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 Abstract
In this study, the characteristics of main wind direction, vertical temperature and wind speed profile near the Moseulpo airfield for HALE UAV(High Altitude Long Endurance Unmaned Aerial Vehicle) is investigated. The results are summarized as follows, main wind direction is governed by air mass according to season and local wind such as land-sea breeze. The directions of landing and take-off of HALE UAV will be selected as the south-east direction in June ~ August, north-west direction in October ~ March, and south-east direction at daytime in April ~ May, September. Annual variation of temperature at 100 hPa showed that temperature in summer season is lower than winter season. On the other hands, wind speed at 250 hPa in winter season is higher than summer season. The threshold values of temperature and wind speed for HALE UAV flight are and , which were determined by 5 % frequency value(), respectively.
 Keywords
Main Wind Direction;Minimum Temperature;Maximum Wind Speed;
 Language
Korean
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