A Comparative Study For Merging And Sequencing Flows In TMA

Abstract : The imminent growing in the Air transport System has forecast diverse scenarios to explore the future of the aviation. According to EUROCONTROL forecast of IFR flight movements in Europe up to 2035, the most likely scenario predicts 14.4 million flights, which is 50% more than in 2012. [10] This increase in the air traffic is translating into diverse problems in the airside and landside. In the airside, it becomes more evident in the airspace surrounding airports, where the arrivals and departures serve a large number of aircraft which are subjected to many logistical problems that must continuously be solved to make sure each flight and passenger travels safely and efficiently. The present research proposes a methodology based on evolutionary algorithms to tackle the merging and sequencing problem of a set of aircraft by analyzing the topology design of the landing routes. It is proposed to merge the arrivals from different routes by changing the topology design of the STARs (Standard Terminal Arrival Route). The approach proposes to each aircraft a new route and speed profile in order to avoid potential conflicts at merging points while maintaining ICAO separation standards. The objective function is based on achieving the minimum deviation of each aircraft from it original flight plan. This algorithm has been successfully applied to Gran Canaria airport in Spain with real traffic demand samples for which conflict free flow merging is produced smoothly with optimal runway feeding.
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RIDITA 2013, 4th Congreso De La Red Iberoamericana de Investigación en Transporte Aéreo , Nov 2013, La Plata, Argentina
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Catya Zuniga, Daniel Delahaye. A Comparative Study For Merging And Sequencing Flows In TMA. RIDITA 2013, 4th Congreso De La Red Iberoamericana de Investigación en Transporte Aéreo , Nov 2013, La Plata, Argentina. 〈hal-01271885〉

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