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87. ” 39 NASA’s Contributions to Aeronautics 1 NASA 515, the Langley Boeing 737, on the airport ramp at Orlando, FL, during wind shear sensor testing. NASA. A June 1991 radar plot of a wind shear at Orlando, showing the classic radial outflow. This one is approximately 5 miles in diameter. NASA. 40 Case 1 | Eluding Aeolus: Turbulence, Gusts, and Wind Shear In 1990–1992, Langley’s wind shear research team accumulated and evaluated data from 130 sensor-evaluation research flights made using the Center’s 737 testbed.
Less than a year later, on June 23, 1976, Allegheny Airlines Flight 121, a Douglas DC-9 twin-engine medium-range jetliner, crashed during an attempted go-around at Philadelphia International Airport. The pilot, confronting “severe horizontal and vertical wind shears near the ground,” abandoned his landing approach to Runway 27R. As controllers in the airport tower watched, the straining DC-9 descended in a nosehigh attitude, pancaking onto a taxiway and sliding to a stop. The fact that it hit nose-high, wings level, and on flat terrain undoubtedly saved lives.
CLASS would detect thunderstorm downburst early in its development 77. Ernest G. Baxa, “Clutter Filter Design Considerations for Airborne Doppler Radar Detection of Wind Shear,” 527468, N91-11690, Oct. 19, 1988. 78. html, accessed Dec. 11, 2009, p. 3. 79. Ibid. 36 Case 1 | Eluding Aeolus: Turbulence, Gusts, and Wind Shear and emphasize avoidance rather than recovery. After consultation with airline and military pilots, Lockheed engineers decided that the system should have a 2- to 4-kilometer range and should provide a warning time of 20 to 40 seconds.
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