NASA's Atmospheric Effects of Aviation Project: Results of the August 1999 Aerosol Measurement Intercomparison Workshop, T-38 Aircraft Sampling Phase
During August 1-14, 1999, NASA's Atmospheric Effects of Aviation Project (AEAP) convened a workshop at the NASA Langley Research Center to try to determine why such a wide variation in aerosol emissions indices and chemical and physical properties has been reported by various independent AEAP-supported research teams trying to characterize the exhaust emissions of subsonic commercial aircraft. This workshop was divided into two phases, a laboratory phase and a field phase. The laboratory phase consisted of supplying known particle number densities (concentrations) and particle size distributions to a common mainfold for the participating research teams to sample and analyze. The field phase was conducted on an aircraft run-up pad. Participating teams actually sampled aircraft exhaust generated by a Langley T-38 Talon aircraft at 1 and 9m behind the engine at engine powers ranging from 48 to 100 percent. Results from laboratory phase of this intercomparison workshop are reported in this paper.
W. R. Cofer and B. E. Anderson and V. S. Connors and C. Wey and T. Sanders and E. L. Winstead and D. Pui and D. Chen and D. E. Hagen and P. D. Whitefield, "NASA's Atmospheric Effects of Aviation Project: Results of the August 1999 Aerosol Measurement Intercomparison Workshop, T-38 Aircraft Sampling Phase," NASA Technical Reports, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Oct 2001.
Aerosol Measurement Intercomparison Workshop (1999: Aug. 1-14, Hampton, VA)
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Langley Research Center (U.S.)
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Report - Technical
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