Ngaire Underhill

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Rich Delaura2
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The RAPT route status algorithm discretizes departure route status into GREEN (clear), YELLOW (impacted), or RED (blocked) 1. How robust is the RAPT route alogrithm when forecast and true weather inputs are compared? 2. During periods of high convective weather volatility, can the mod-CSI scoring algorithm provide a reasonable approximation of forecast(More)
—A critical step in the design and development of new tools and systems for air traffic management is the estimation of potential benefits of the added technology. The current methodology of estimating the added benefit of a new tool is based on a combination of simulation and field observations, requiring either an extensive model of the system or a(More)
Air traffic delays in the U.S. are problematic and often attributable to convective (thunderstorms) weather. Air traffic management is complex, dynamic, and influenced by many factors such as projected high volume of departures and uncertain forecast convective weather at airports and in the airspace. To support the complexities of making a reroute(More)
The presence of convective weather (thunderstorms) in terminal and nearby en route airspace of major metroplex areas can have significant impacts on departure operations. Traffic on departure routes impacted by convective weather may be constrained by miles-in-trail (MIT) restrictions, to allow controllers the time needed to maneuver individual flights(More)
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