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Multi-objective modeling for determining location of undesirable facilities
Airports and environmental sustainability: a comprehensive review
Over 2500 airports worldwide provide critical infrastructure that supports 4 billion annual passengers To meet changes in capacity and post-COVID-19 passenger processing, airport infrastructure such…
Designing airspace for urban air mobility: A review of concepts and approaches
Quantifying the Resilience of the U.S. Domestic Aviation Network During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- A. Bauranov, S. Parks, Xuan Jiang, J. Rakas, Marta C. González
- EconomicsFrontiers in Built Environment
- 12 April 2021
It is shown that high network robustness has a downside: although emissions from United States air traffic in 2020 fell by 37.4% compared to 2019, mostly due to the drop in the number of flights, emissions per passenger doubled in the period April to August 2020 and increased eightfold in the week of April 5–11.
Statistical Modeling and Analysis of Landing Time Intervals: Case Study of Los Angeles International Airport, California
A new mathematical model is constructed to fit the probability distribution of landing time intervals to find the operational properties of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), California and it is found that the proposed model has the best maximum log likelihood estimations compared with those of existing models.
Airport Exposure to Lightning Strike Hazard in the Contiguous United States
- Yiyi He, S. Lindbergh, C. Graves, J. Rakas
- Environmental ScienceRisk analysis : an official publication of the…
- 10 November 2020
Patterns between lightning exposure and outages indicate that the results of the proposed lightning hazard assessment provide useful information for prioritizing airport hardening investments at the national scale and reducing lightning risk.
Greenhouse gas emissions mitigation strategies within the airport sustainability evaluation process
CONTROLLER-PILOT RADIO CHANNEL UTILIZATION AND COGNITIVE ISSUES
It is found that in most cases cognitive and physical utilization are closely correlated, but that there are a few instances in which the former vastly exceeds the latter and controllers’ and pilots’ capacity to conduct voice communications is substantially reduced.
Selecting climate change mitigation strategies in urban areas through life cycle perspectives
Economic Impact of a Lightning Strike–Induced Outage of Air Traffic Control Tower
This research investigates how lightning strike–induced outages of airport infrastructure and facilities affect airport performance from an economic perspective, using Baltimore (Maryland)–Washington…