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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English


  • Airplanes -- Landing -- Computer simulation.,
  • Runways (Aeronautics) -- Computer simulation.

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SeriesNASA contractor report -- 191549, v.1, v.2., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-191549.
ContributionsChun, K. S., Langley Research Center.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17680848M

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Parallel runway requirement analysis study. Volume 2: Simulation manual. By Yaghoob S. Ebrahimi and Ken S. Chun. Abstract. This document is a user manual for operating the PLAND_BLUNDER (PLB) simulation program. This simulation is based on two aircraft approaching parallel runways independently and using parallel Instrument Landing System Author: Yaghoob S. Ebrahimi and Ken S. Chun. While ICAO specifies dual parallel runway operation only, FAA permits independent operation even for triple parallel runways. In all cases, the minimum runway spacing is ft – or ft, providing that additional requirements are met [2]. B. Safety studies Safety analyses around parallel approaches proceduresFile Size: 1MB. Parallel runway is the mainstream structure of China hub airport, runway is often the bottleneck of an airport, and the evaluation of its capacity is of great importance to airport management. This study outlines a model, multiagent architecture, implementation approach, and software prototype of a simulation system for evaluating runway : Yang Peng, Gao Wei, Sun Jun-Qing. This paper presents the requirements for such reductions in runway spacing for parallel approaches. Independent Parallel Instrument Approaches The concepts for independent parallel approaches under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) date to the s.

Research Article Capacity Analysis for Parallel Runway through Agent-Based Simulation Results in this study are mainly focused on parallel run-ways, conducted using an agent-based simulation so ware FAA has an o cial separation requirement for each aircra mix, and the separations are chosen to avoid a wake vortex. An analysis of the dynamics of approaches and blunders for Closely-Spaced Parallel Runway Operations", Proceedings of the 14th AIAA/IEEE Digital 2 Ebrahimi, Y. S., "Parallel Runway Requirement Analysis Study", NASA CR, Vols. 1 & 2, December 3 Gladstone, C. X., "Overview of the Simultaneous. Current procedures allow dependent parallel approaches to runways as close as m ( ft) apart. The minimum distance between aircraft in the event of a deviation at m (3 ft) runway spacing is greater than that for a spacing of 1 m (4 ft). simultaneous offset instrument approaches (SOIA) to parallel runways spaced at least ft apart, and less than 3, ft apart at airports identified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for SOIA. This order establishes criteria for conducting closely spaced parallel operations and identifies procedural requirements to ensure safety.

Separation Requirements for Triple Simultaneous Independent Close Parallel Approaches - High Update Rate This study analyzed three triple parallel runway instrument approach configurations, i.e., (1) three parallel instrument approaches, (2) a ° to 3° offset approach to either outside runway Included in this study is an analysis of File Size: KB. Taxiway Analysis for A operations on m wide taxiway, , ADP X X X X Available at AdP 35 Runway to Parallel Taxiway Study, June , Sydney Airport Corporation X X X X Available at Sydney Airport Corporation 36 Holding Point Analysis for A operations, , ADP X Available at AdP 37File Size: KB. For many years, the FAA has permitted simultaneous independent instrument approach operations only on parallel runways with a minimum separation of ft. Nowadays, new procedures have been developed to increase the utilization on closely-spaced runways, PRM/SOIA (Precision Runway Monitor/Simultaneous Offset Instrument Approach), one of the. accomplished by using existing parallel runways more effectively or by building additional parallel runways. This study focuses on the collision risk related to independent parallel approaches and the minimum required parallel runway spacing for which the collision risk may be judged acceptable.