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## Remote Monitoring of the Atmosphere Using Radiometric Methods to Predict the Aircraft Icing: current results

Transactions of IAA RAS, вып. 50, 87–96 (2019)

Keywords: aircraft icing, atmosphere, remote sensing, remote sounding, water vapor content, radiometric system

### Abstract

This paper presents the conclusions we made having analysed the remote radiometric measurements of atmosphere parameters from the Geophysical Observatory of the IMCES SB RAS, Tomsk. We only considered those time intervals where the icing phenomena of the aircraft had been recorded by the local aerodrome service. The observations were carried out when it was most likely that the aircraft icing could be manifested (the autumn and winter period: from 10.28.2016 to 02.28.2017). It is shown that the values of the integral water vapor content of the atmosphere which are recorded in real time by the ground-based radiometric system can be used to predict such a phenomenon as the aircraft icing in the clouds. The same conclusion can be made concerning the temperature profile. Both parameters have been accounted to formulate a quantitative criterion for the occurrence of the conditions which cause the aircraft icing. Thus, we have suggested a method to determine the icing conditions in real time from the ground-based remote radiometric sounding of the atmosphere.

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A. P. Shelekhov, E. A. Shelekhova, G. N. Ilin, V. Yu. Bykov, V. G. Stempkovskiy, A. M. Shishikin. Remote Monitoring of the Atmosphere Using Radiometric Methods to Predict the Aircraft Icing: current results // Transactions of IAA RAS. — 2019. — Вып. 50. — P. 87–96. @article{shelekhov2019, abstract = {This paper presents the conclusions we made having analysed the remote radiometric measurements of atmosphere parameters from the Geophysical Observatory of the IMCES SB RAS, Tomsk. We only considered those time intervals where the icing phenomena of the aircraft had been recorded by the local aerodrome service. The observations were carried out when it was most likely that the aircraft icing could be manifested (the autumn and winter period: from 10.28.2016 to 02.28.2017). It is shown that the values of the integral water vapor content of the atmosphere which are recorded in real time by the ground-based radiometric system can be used to predict such a phenomenon as the aircraft icing in the clouds. The same conclusion can be made concerning the temperature profile. Both parameters have been accounted to formulate a quantitative criterion for the occurrence of the conditions which cause the aircraft icing. Thus, we have suggested a method to determine the icing conditions in real time from the ground-based remote radiometric sounding of the atmosphere.}, author = {A.~P. Shelekhov and E.~A. Shelekhova and G.~N. Ilin and V.~Yu. Bykov and V.~G. Stempkovskiy and A.~M. Shishikin}, doi = {10.32876/ApplAstron.50.87-96}, issue = {50}, journal = {Transactions of IAA RAS}, keyword = {aircraft icing, atmosphere, remote sensing, remote sounding, water vapor content, radiometric system}, pages = {87--96}, title = {Remote Monitoring of the Atmosphere Using Radiometric Methods to Predict the Aircraft Icing: current results}, url = {http://iaaras.ru/en/library/paper/2003/}, year = {2019} } TY - JOUR TI - Remote Monitoring of the Atmosphere Using Radiometric Methods to Predict the Aircraft Icing: current results AU - Shelekhov, A. P. AU - Shelekhova, E. A. AU - Ilin, G. N. AU - Bykov, V. Yu. AU - Stempkovskiy, V. G. AU - Shishikin, A. M. PY - 2019 T2 - Transactions of IAA RAS IS - 50 SP - 87 AB - This paper presents the conclusions we made having analysed the remote radiometric measurements of atmosphere parameters from the Geophysical Observatory of the IMCES SB RAS, Tomsk. We only considered those time intervals where the icing phenomena of the aircraft had been recorded by the local aerodrome service. The observations were carried out when it was most likely that the aircraft icing could be manifested (the autumn and winter period: from 10.28.2016 to 02.28.2017). It is shown that the values of the integral water vapor content of the atmosphere which are recorded in real time by the ground-based radiometric system can be used to predict such a phenomenon as the aircraft icing in the clouds. The same conclusion can be made concerning the temperature profile. Both parameters have been accounted to formulate a quantitative criterion for the occurrence of the conditions which cause the aircraft icing. Thus, we have suggested a method to determine the icing conditions in real time from the ground-based remote radiometric sounding of the atmosphere. DO - 10.32876/ApplAstron.50.87-96 UR - http://iaaras.ru/en/library/paper/2003/ ER -