Development and test of a microwave ice accretion measurement instrument (MIAMI)
Bertram Magenhein, James K. Rocks, Lewis Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, Ideal Research Inc
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1982 - Technology & Engineering - 79 pages
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Accretion Measurement Instrument accretion rate aircraft airfoil amplitude approximation assembly language asymptote cable calibration CHANGE IN FREQUENCY computer memory crystal detector dielectric constant dip switch droplets dynamic range end plates EPROM Equation experimental Figure l0 freeze frequency f guide wavelength Ice Accretion Measurement ice layers ice structure ice thickness icing research tunnel illustrated in Figure input LAYERS OF POLYETHELENE liquid water Measurement Instrument MIAMI MIAMI ICE MIAMI Model MIAMI SYSTEM MIAMI transducer microprocessor Microwave Ice Accretion monitored NASA normalization factor oscilloscope output parameters peak PEN RECORDING plots POLYETHELENE TAPE PRINT quiescent frequency quiescent resonant frequency resonant frequency index resonant surface waveguide RUN NUMBER sample volume shift in resonant shown in Figure spray was turned stagnation point Subroutine surface wave sweep temperature TRANSIT ICE unfrozen water voltage VTO driver VTO tuning curve water content