M. Balakrishna

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) conducted limited operational flight trials of Trajectory Based Operations (TBO) based upon the use of the Required Time-of-Arrival (RTA) function in modern Flight Management Systems (FMSs) October 25‣31, 2010. The flight trials were conducted on the Olympia Six (OLM6) Standard Terminal Arrival (STAR) for the(More)
Airspace Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), are looking forward to transforming their operations to better meet the increased demand for Air Traffic Control (ATC) services and to also provide increased efficiencies for users and service providers. One of the major transformations in this domain that is expected to occur over the next decade is a shift(More)
Mass Transit is a topic that impacts millions of people across the world and in the US every single day. From buses and aircraft to light rail and metro transit systems, commuters, tourists and everyday people depend on it. While these systems may seem quite different at first glance, they all in fact share the same goal, to provide a safe, reliable,(More)
Continental Airlines and The MITRE Corporation have collaborated in an effort to collect and analyze intent data from operational flights in the U.S. National Airspace System (NAS). Flight intent in four dimensions (4D) which provides latitude, longitude, altitude and time (among other information) is being provided by Continental Airlines from Boeing(More)
A predictive method based on Artificial networks has been developed for the thermophysical properties of binary liquid mixtures of diacetone alcohol with benzene, chlorobenzene and bromobenzene at (303.15,313.15 and 323.15) K. In method 1, a committee ANN was trained using 5 physical properties combined with absolute temperature as its input to predict(More)
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