A study of Jimsphere wind profiles as related to space vehicle design and operations
Stanley I. Adelfang, E. V. Ashburn, A. Court, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1968 - Nature - 101 pages
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99.9 CUMULATIVE PERCENTAGE Altitude for Various Az(m bivariate normal distribution Cape Kennedy characteristic extreme computed Conditional Probability CORRELATION COEFFICIENT correlation distance CUMULATIVE PERCENTAGE Figure cut-off frequency damped wave elemental layers Exceedance in Combination extreme shears extreme wind speeds frequency range Function of Altitude Function of Flight Function of Shear Given the 95 gust profiles horizontal Jimsphere data Jimsphere observations Jimsphere profiles Jimsphere wind profiles layer shear magnitude Maximum Observable Frequency mean meridional shear meridional components meridional winds multiple correlation non-overlapping Observed and Normal Probability of Exceedance RAWIN rawinsonde sample Saturn AS-504 Vehicle Section Shear Layer Thicknesses SHEAR m/sec shears at 12 space vehicle speed at 12 standard deviation steady state wind thicknesses of 100 variance Various Shear Layer Various Vehicles vector wind shear vehicle time domain vertical velocity Wind at 12 wind components wind vector x/yz X2 distribution zero zonal and meridional Zonal Shear