Yuk Shan Cheung

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A conceptual third party risk (TPR) model is developed, implemented, and tested to demonstrate the capability of determining the risk to the population in a metropolitan city exposed to personal aerial vehicles (PAVs) and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) traffic operations. The conceptual model that is primarily based on the methodology and experience of(More)
During the past two decades, NLR has been performing research for third party risk around airports, and a calculation model and methodology for different types of airports are developed. The NLR Third Party Risk Model is used to evaluate the risk for people living and working around an airport. The design of new or changed air routes and runway(More)
As part of the aviation regulations in the Netherlands, third party risk models have been developed and are applied in the determination of risks to the people on ground (third parties) due to aircraft departures and arrivals. In the derivation of these models, accident data are required. Such risk model has yet to be developed for unmanned aerial vehicles(More)
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