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Lecture 2 Lecture 2 Modeling Air Traffic Flows Modeling Air Traffic Flows Prof. Prof. Ismail Chabini Ismail Chabini Prof. Prof. Amedeo Amedeo R. R. Odoni Odoni 1.225 J (ESD 205) Transportation Flow Systems J (ESD 205) Transportation Flow Systems 1.225, 10/31/02 Lecture 2, Page 2 Lecture 2 Outline Lecture 2 Outline ± Background ± Factors that ‘Determine’ a Runway Capacity ± Minimum Time Separation between Two Arriving Aircrafts ± Arrival Capacity Model for One Runway ± Example ± Practical Issues and Model Analysis ± Other Models ± Summary
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1.225, 10/31/02 Lecture 2, Page 3 Background Background ± Two main types of air transportation infrastructure: y Airports y Air Traffic Control (ATC) ± Airport services and facilities: y Airside or Airfield (runways, taxiways, hangers) y Landside (terminals, parking areas, access roads) ± Models deal with issues related to: y Passenger terminals y Runway and taxiway systems y ATC ± Types of models: y Analytical (i.e., the model of this lecture) y Simulation (will be covered in a later lecture) 1.225, 10/31/02 Lecture 2, Page 4 Background Background ± Two main types of air transportation infrastructure: y Airports y Air Traffic Control (ATC) ± Airport services and facilities: y Airside or Airfield (runways, taxiways, hangers) y Landside (terminals, parking areas, access roads) ± Models deal with issues related to: y Passenger terminals y Runway and taxiway systems y ATC ± Types of models: y Analytical (i.e., the model of this lecture) y Simulation (will be covered in a later lecture)
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1.225, 10/31/02 Lecture 2, Page 5 Arrival runway capacity is (partially) determined by: Arrival runway capacity is (partially) determined by: ± Rules of Traffic Flow: y Minimum separation between two successive aircraft y Only one aircraft can be on the runway at any time ± Aircraft Population:
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course ESD 1.225j taught by Professor Ismailchabini during the Fall '02 term at MIT.

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