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A specific workshop called

"Models and Methods for Wake Vortex Encounter Simulations"

has been held on

1st and 2nd of June, 2010

at TU Berlin.

The Agenda as held can be found here.

The presentations itself can be downloaded below while the minutes of the meeting can be found here.

 Day 1:

Overview of existing wake vortex models used in flight simulator studies
Robert Luckner, Technical University Berlin

Wake vortex models, and the associated 3-D velocity fields, for real-time and fast-time WVE simulations
Ivan de Visscher / Université Catholique de Louvain

Aircraft wake vortex curvature and resulting risk potential for following aircrafts
Ingo Hennemann / DLR Oberpfaffenhofen

Wake vortex models for real-time flight simulations based on large eddy simulations
Graham Spence, University of  Sheffield

Aircraft wake vortex evolution in ground proximity: analysis and parameterization
Meiko Steen / Technische Universität Braunschweig, Frank Holzäpfel / DLR Oberpfaffenhofen

Curved wake vortices encounter simulation with pilots-in-the-loop
Dennis Vechtel / DLR Braunschweig

Flight-simulator study of airplane encounters with perturbed trailing vortices
Jeffrey Crouch / Boeing

Lessons learned: WakeScene-D, results of quantitative simulation studies
Jan Kladetzke / DLR Oberpfaffenhofen

Application of wake vortex models in real-time and fast-time wake encounter simulation
Sebastian Kauertz / Airbus TLS

Re-categorisation Phase II and III requirements (wake vortex models)
Jeffrey Tittsworth, FAA

Day 2:

Overview of existing pilot behaviour models used in flight simulator studies
Robert Luckner, Technical University Berlin

Multi-axis pilot modeling
Ronald Hess, University of California

Pilot model for take-off and departure and wake vortex recovery
Swantje Amelsberg, Technical University Berlin

Analysis of visual cues during landing phase using neural networks
Jorg Entzinger, University of Tokyo

Identifying human control behaviour in the SIMONA research simulator
Herman Damveld, Delft University of Technology

Probabilistic pilot model approach for wake vortex encounter simulations
David Bieniek, Technical University Berlin

Characterizing wake vortex encounters for hazard analysis / safetymanagement system purpose
Richard Greenhaw, FAA

Wake vortex severity criteria developed by NLR
Peter van der Geest, NLR

Wake vortex severity criteria for departure
Swantje Amelsberg, Technical University Berlin

Modified optimal control model and wake vortex encounter
Andrej Schoenfeld, Technical University Berlin

Re-categorisation Phase II and III requirement (pilot models)
Jeffrey Tittsworth, FAA