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Merging Optimization Method with Multiple Entry Points for Extended Terminal Maneuvering Area

Abstract : To implement the Continuous Descend Operation (CDO) to the high-density flow, Flight-deck Interval Management (FIM) is proposed by some researchers. To enhance the FIM, the merging optimization method with the multiple entry points for the Extended Terminal Maneuvering Area (E-TMA) is developed in this study. The simultaneous optimization method for trajectory and sequence is employed as the merging optimization method. The simultaneous optimization method is able to optimize the trajectory and the sequence simultaneously by introducing the criterion function which expresses the relation between the terminal time and the value of the criterion of the trajectory. However, the simultaneous optimization method for trajectory and sequence is not enough for the merging optimization method for the E-TMA, because aircraft enter the TMA from some entry points to merge the arrival flow, and the previous method is able to treat only one merging point. To enable the simultaneous optimization method to treat the multiple entry points, the criterion function is modified in this paper. The ability of the proposed method is demonstrated by the simulations. The simulation results show the merging optimization method is able to optimize the merging with the multiple entry points.
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Daichi Toratani, Daniel Delahaye, S Ueno, T. Higuchi. Merging Optimization Method with Multiple Entry Points for Extended Terminal Maneuvering Area. EIWAC 2015, 4th ENRI International Workshop on ATM/CNS, Nov 2015, Tokyo, Japan. ⟨hal-01288387⟩

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