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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
91

Airport control through intelligent gate assignment

Kim, Sang Hyun 13 January 2014 (has links)
This dissertation aims at improving the efficiency, robustness, and flexibility of airport operations through intelligent gate assignment. Traditional research on gate assignment focuses on the accommodation of passengers' demands such as walking time of passengers, and the robustness of gate assignment. In spite of its importance on the ramp operations, there is a lack of research to account ramp congestion when gates are assigned. Therefore, this dissertation proposes a new perspective on the gate assignment that accounts for ramp congestion. For that purpose, a ramp operations model based on observations at Atlanta airport is presented to understand the characteristics of aircraft movement on the ramp. The proposed gate assignment problem minimizes passenger-time spent on ramp areas. In addition, this dissertation is conducted to satisfy the needs of passengers, aircraft, and operations from the perspectives of passengers. Using actual passenger data at a major hub airport, the proposed gate assignment is assessed by means of passengers' transit time, passengers' time spent on the ramp, and passengers' waiting time for a gate. Results show that the proposed gate assignment outperforms the current gate assignment in every metric. This dissertation also analyzes the impact of gate assignment on departure metering, which controls the number of pushbacks in order to reduce airport congestion. Then, some of departing flights are held at gates, so it increases the chance of gate conflict, which reduces the efficiency of departure metering as well as ramp operations. In order to analyze the impact of gate assignment on departure metering, this dissertation simulates departure processes at two airports. Results show that the proposed robust gate assignment reduces the occurrence of gate conflicts under departure metering and helps to utilize gate-holding times to some extent.
92

A feasibility study of a domestic airport-ferry link : a Delphi evaluation /

Tsui, Chun-fai, Joseph. January 1994 (has links)
Thesis (M.A.)--University of Hong Kong, 1994.
93

A feasibility study of a domestic airport-ferry link a Delphi evaluation /

Tsui, Chun-fai, Joseph. January 1994 (has links)
Thesis (M.A.)--University of Hong Kong, 1994. / Also available in print.
94

Hong Kong: the air transport hub of Asia beyond 1997

Li, Tak-munn, Fiona., 李德敏. January 1997 (has links)
published_or_final_version / Business Administration / Master / Master of Business Administration
95

Modeling airport choices of tourists

Chan, Oi-yan, Matilda, 陳凱欣 January 2003 (has links)
published_or_final_version / abstract / toc / Transport Policy and Planning / Master / Master of Arts in Transport Policy and Planning
96

An analysis of the decision to build Hong Kong's second international airport

Leung, Man-ho, Jonathan., 梁文豪. January 1991 (has links)
published_or_final_version / Public Administration / Master / Master of Public Administration
97

Comparing airport apron layout designs using computer simulation and the cross-entropy method

Leonard, Trudie 12 1900 (has links)
Thesis (MScEng)--Stellenbosch University, 2011. / ENGLISH ABSTRACT: The demand in air travel is continuously increasing. In order to handle this increase in demand, airports need to physically expand or the management of the airports needs to improve. When the demand at OR Tambo International Airport gets too high, more passengers will need to travel to Lanseria International Airport, which will therefore need to be expanded. The study was done in collaboration with Virtual Consulting Engineers, who decided that the concept of Atlanta International Airport in Georgia, USA, which is ranked the busiest airport in the world, will be used in this expansion. The aim of the study was to minimise passenger walking distances and waiting times at Lanseria International Airport. This was done by comparing di erent airport apron layouts, using simulation, and improving the aircraft gate assignment, using the cross-entropy method. Four di erent designs of airport layouts, all based on that of Atlanta International Airport, were compared in the study. A model of each was developed using simulation. The performance measures used to compare the designs included 1) the average walking distance of arriving and departing passengers at the airport, 2) the average time spent at the airport by arriving and departing passengers, 3) the average distance travelled by aircraft at the airport, 4) the average time by which each aircraft is delayed and 5) the average number of aircraft present at the airport. The walking distance of arriving and departing passengers was largely a ected by the way in which ights were assigned to gates. The gates at the airport are of three di erent sizes: small, medium and large. Small aircraft can park at any of the gates, while medium aircraft can only park at medium or large gates and large aircraft can only park at large gates. Three rules for the ight-to-gate assignment process were developed. In the rst two rules an arriving ight was assigned to the available, suitable gate closest to the terminal building. The constraint that small aircraft cannot be assigned to medium or large gates if there are small gates available and that medium aircraft cannot be assigned to large gates if there are medium gates available, was used in Rule 1 and not in Rule 2. In the third rule, metaheuristic optimisation was used to determine a ight-to-gate assignment schedule with the objective of minimising the passenger walking distances. This metaheuristic optimisation was performed in real-time and was thus repeated every time a delay occurred at the airport. The background of airports, simulation, metaheuristics and relevant case studies were investigated in the literature review. The simulation and metaheuristic optimisation models were then developed. The results identi ed the best of the four designs that were compared. It was also concluded that the use of metaheuristic optimisation, using the cross-entropy method, results in a reduction in passenger walking distances at the airport. / AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Die aantal lugpassasiers neem aanhoudend toe en om in staat te wees om hierdie toename in vraag te hanteer moet lughawens sies uitbrei of die bestuur van die lughawens moet verbeter. Wanneer die vraag by OR Tambo Internasionale Lughawe te hoog raak, gaan meer mense na Lanseria Internasionale Lughawe moet reis. Die lughawe sal dan dus moet uitbrei. Die studie is in samewerking met Virtual Consulting Engineers gedoen. Hulle het besluit dat die konsep van Atlanta Internasionale Lughawe in Georgia in die VSA, wat die besigste lughawe in die w^ereld is, gebruik sal word in die uitbreiding Lanseria Internasionale Lughawe. Die doelwit van die studie was om die loopafstand en die wagtyd van passasiers op Lanseria Internasionale Lughawe te minimeer. Die doelwit is bereik deur verskillende lughawe uitlegte te vergelyk met behulp van simulasie en deur die toekenning van vlugte aan hekke te verbeter, deur gebruik te maak van die "cross-entropy" metode. Die konsep van Atlanta Internasionale Lughawe is gebruik om vier verskillende lughawe uitlegte te ontwerp. Simulasie is gebruik om die vier ontwerpe te vergelyk op grond van 1) die gemiddelde loopafstand van passasiers wat aankom en vertrek, 2) die gemiddelde tyd wat passasiers wat aankom en vertrek spandeer op die lughawe, 3) die gemiddelde afstand wat vliegtuie a ^e op die lughawe, 4) die gemiddelde tyd wat vliegtuie vertraag word, 5) die gemiddelde hoeveelheid vliegtuie teenwoordig op die lughawe. Die loopafstand van passasiers wat aankom en vertrek is grootliks beinvloed deur die manier waarop vliegtuie aan hekke toegeken is. Die hekke op die lughawe is klein, medium of groot. 'n Klein vliegtuig mag by 'n klein, medium of groot hek parkeer, 'n medium vliegtuig mag by 'n medium of groot hek parkeer en 'n groot vliegtuig mag net by 'n groot hek parkeer. Drie reels waarvolgens vliegtuie aan hekke toegeken kan word is ontwikkel. In die eerste twee reels word 'n vliegtuig wat aankom aan die beskikbare hek naaste aan die terminaal gebou toegeken as die hek geskik is vir die vliegtuig. In die eerste reel is die beperking dat klein vliegtuie nie aan medium en groot hekke toegeken mag word as daar klein hekke beskikbaar is nie en dat medium vliegtuie nie aan groot hekke toegeken mag word as daar medium hekke beskikbaar is nie, ingesluit. Hierdie beperking is nie in die tweede reel ingesluit nie. In die derde reel is metaheuristiek optimering gebruik om vliegtuie aan hekke toe te ken. Die doelwit van die metaheuristiek optimering was om die loopafstand van die passasiers te verminder. Elke keer as 'n vliegtuig op die lughawe vertraag was, is die optimering proses is herhaal. Die agtergrond van lughawens, simulasie, metaheuristieke en gevalle studies is bestudeer in die literatuur studie. Daarna is die simulasie en metaheuristiek optimering modelle ontwikkel. Die resultate van die studie het aangedui watter een van die vier lughawe ontwerpe die beste is. Dit is ook beslis dat die gebruik van metaheuristiek optimering, en spesifi ek die "cross-entropy" metode, die loopafstand van passasiers op die lughawe verminder.
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Aplicação do apoio multicriterio a decisão ao projeto do aeroporto industrial de Viracopos / Application of the multicriteria decision aid (MCDA) to the industrial airport project of Viracopos

Marques, Antonio Carlos Ferreira 14 August 2018 (has links)
Orientador: Maria Lucia Galves / Dissertação (mestrado) - Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Faculdade de Engenharia Civil, Arquitetura e Urbanismo / Made available in DSpace on 2018-08-14T15:07:23Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 Marques_AntonioCarlosFerreira_M.pdf: 5138232 bytes, checksum: 1141ab6c0801bb4a81adcc179d6c245a (MD5) Previous issue date: 2009 / Resumo: A importância dos aeroportos está alicerçada por algumas forças e tendências irreversíveis, tais como aeronaves com grande capacidade de carga e velocidade, tecnologias avançadas de telecomunicações e a globalização das transações comerciais. Um dos eixos dos projetos de expansão dos aeroportos é a instalação de indústrias sem fumaça no situo aeroportuário caracterizando o que vem sendo denominado de "aeroporto industrial". Este trabalho apresenta a caracterização do aeroporto industrial e suas implicações sócio-econômicas e ambientais, bem como revisa o processo decisório da implantação do Aeroporto Industrial de Viracopos - Campinas-SP. Para tanto, optou-se por trabalhar com a metodologia do Apoio Multicritério à Decisão (AMCD), por sua capacidade de auxiliar as etapas de estruturação e avaliação de problemas complexos e de interesses conflitantes, e de tratar tanto de aspectos objetivos quanto subjetivos existentes no contexto decisório. É esperado que uma das contribuições deste estudo seja a de que os especialistas e decisores passem a considerar a aplicação do AMCD no contexto de suas decisões sobre problemas e oportunidades tanto de maior quanto de menor complexidade. / Abstract: The importance of airports has been based on some irreversible forces and trends like airplanes with bigger and bigger cargo capacity and greater speed, advanced telecommunications technology, and the globalization of commerce. One of these axises concerning airports expansion projects is the implementation of smokeless industries in industrial parks built within the airport sites. This dissertation aims at characterizing these airport industrial parks and their social, economic and environmental impacts, as well as reviewing the decision process of implementing Viracopos Industrial Airport. The methodology chosen to review that decision is the Multicriteria Decision Aid (MCDA), due to its logic of structuring and of evaluating complex and conflicting problems, and of dealing with the objective as well as the subjective aspects existing in a decision context. It is expected that one of the contributions of this study is that specialists and decision makers consider using the MCDA methodology in making their decisions about less or more complex problems. / Mestrado / Transportes / Mestre em Engenharia Civil
99

The development of strategic alliance of airports

Pun, Ming-yu, Kenji., 潘明宇. January 2006 (has links)
published_or_final_version / abstract / Transport Policy and Planning / Master / Master of Arts in Transport Policy and Planning
100

A study of the commercial strategy for an airport

Lam, Shuk-ha, Sophia, 林淑霞 January 2002 (has links)
published_or_final_version / Transport Policy and Planning / Master / Master of Arts in Transport Policy and Planning

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