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Modeling and Analyzing the Effect of Ground Refueling Capacity on Airfield Throughput
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tanker. While inflight refueling has primarily resided in military operations, civilian applications are close behind . In other contexts, these systems and vehicles may require refueling from remote airborne platforms that allow for increased time on station Author: Sam Holley, Ian R. McAndrew. Optimising Operations using BETA’s Aviation Refueling Solutions Customers want to reduce waste, achieve faster fueling times, and minimize downtime. Without progress on these goals, they cannot realize their corporate objectives for refueling efficiency improvements.
Air refueling technique, which has been developing for a century, displays much more important strategic significance and wider application prospect on operation and material transport in nowadays. This article begins with an exploratory problem, and by use of a modeling method, it calculates the maximum operational distance of the main fighter under once-takeoff situation Author: Qin Yuan, Ya Tao Xu, An Qi Song. ndia ground vehicle systems engineering and technology symposium modeling & simulation, testing and validation (mstv) technical session. a. ugust. , - n. ovi, m. ichigan. reduced order modeling for rapid simulation of blast events of a military ground vehicle and its occupants. sherri chandra tass internationalAuthor: Sherri Chandra, Jaisankar Ramalingam, Ravi Thyagarajan.
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38 evaluating airfield Capacity A typical analytical airfield capacity model can accept input assumptions and information on the following factors affecting airfield capacity: â ¢ Runway configuration â ¢ Types of operations (arrivals, departures, or both) assigned to each runway â ¢ Aircraft mix on each runway â ¢ Aircraft performance.
The Airfield Capacity Spreadsheet Model can serve as an intermediary between the existing lookup tables available in the current AC (some of which are replicated utilizing new calculations on this spreadsheet model) and full simulation modeling.
The Airfield Capacity Spreadsheet Model is built on base calculations following the theory in the. Analysis and Modeling of Ground Operations at Hub Airports Kari Andersson1, Francis Carr2, Eric Feron3 and William D.
Hall 4 Abstract: Building simple and accurate models of hub airports can considerably help one understand airport dynamics, and may provide quantitative estimates of operational airport improvements.
In this paper, three. In addition, the Airport Cooperative Research Program’s Project Report Evaluating Airfield Capacity provides guidance on applicable uses of runwaySimulator for airport capacity planning.
Going forward, the model will evolve based on recommendations and input from airport capacity planners and operations analysts. This report documents the upgraded FAA Airfield Capacity Model.
Volume I, 'Supplemental User's Guide,' provides a general overview of the major changes that have been made to the program and includes revised versions of the relevant chapters in the existing User's Manual, FAA-RD, 'Model User's Manual for Airfield Capacity and Delay Models.'Cited by: When an Air Force Base* was faced with the challenge of increasing throughput of a refueling system with 50% less hydrants due to reconstruction, they turned to ProcessModel.
Using ProcessModel technology, an optimum solution was found that saved taxpayer money, serviced existing traffic and provided additional capacity for the future. HDRSAM evaluates the cost of hydrogen refueling for various fueling station configurations and demand profiles.
The model incorporates optimization algorithms to identify least cost refueling configurations. All assumptions and calculations are transparent and key components and drivers of cost are easily identified. refueling from the rear cockpit. The refueling system consisted of a ﬁfty-foot length of rubber hose, trailed from the tanker, with a manually operated quick-closing valve at each end.
Figure 1. The de Havilland DH-4B receiver grabs a hose dangled by the DH-4B tanker over Rockwell Field. Modern approaches to aerial refueling have evolvedFile Size: KB. The effect of managing aircraft movements on the airport’s ground is an important tool that can alleviate the delays of flights, specially in peak hours or congested situations.
UPGRADED FAA AIRFIELD CAPACITY MODEL. VOLUME II. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION OF REVISIONS. The FAA Airfield Capacity Model, a computer program designed to quickly calculate the runway capacity of an airport, has recently been upgraded.
Several new features have been implemented in the upgraded by: 2. Aerial refueling is a mission-critical component of Navy operations. The refueling portion of a mission is made difficult by the inherent interference between the tanker and receiver aircraft.
The receiver aircraft may experience various forms of disturbances while approaching the fuel hose and drogue, stressing the control system of an. Refueling project at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center. An F/AA airplane was specially instrumented to obtain accurate fuel flow measurements and to determine engine thrust.
A standard Navy air refueling store with a retractable refueling hose and paradrogue was mounted to the centerline pylon of the F/AA by: Page 2 Airfield Capacity Objective: –To summarize fundamental concepts re.
airfield capacity and related issues Topics: –Definitions of capacity –Factors affecting capacity –Separation requirements –Capacity envelopes and capacity coverage charts –Declared capacity and slot coordination Reference: Chap de Neufville and Odoni.
Modeling wind effects. The aerodynamic forces and moments on a receiver aircraft are created by its motion relative to the surrounding air. 5 The air itself is in motion relative to the inertial frame to form the wind. The wind effects acting on the receiver aircraft should consist of two parts, the uniform local winds and the nonuniform wind induced by the wake vortex of the Cited by: 6.
Aerial Refueling Tanker and Receiver Aerodynamic Interaction Modeling and Simulation Navy SBIR - Topic N NAVAIR - Ms. Donna Attick - @ Opens: Janu - Closes: Febru Modeling of ground reflection effects in aircraft flyover noise synthesi s Problem area In the case of generating artificial aircraft noise, also called aircraft noise synthesis, the ground interference effect is often simulated by plane wave reflection coefficients.
Furthermore, the effect of turbulence on ground interference is usually ignored. TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Air Platform. ACQUISITION PROGRAM: PMA Unmanned Combat Air System Demonstration Program. OBJECTIVE: Develop a modeling and simulation (M&S) approach and toolset to calculate the incremental forces and moments on the receiver aircraft due to tanker wake during aerial refueling operations.
Modeling and Simulation of a Ground Based Sense and Avoid Architecture for Unmanned Aircraft System Operations Kyle R. Noth 1 and Daniel W. Luke 2 The MITRE Corporation, Bedford, MA, The safe operation of Unmanned Aircraft Systems in the National Airspace System.
THE EFFECTS OF THE PROPOSED LARGER AIRCRAFT ON AIRPORT CAPACITY IN THE UNITED STATES by Kerwin Saint Aubyn McKenzie This thesis was prepared under the direction of the candidate's thesis advisor, Dr.
Hank Lehrer, Department of Aeronautical Science, and has been approved by the Project Review : Kerwin Saint Aubyn McKenzie. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Contact D. H. Hill Jr. Library. 2 Broughton Drive Campus Box Raleigh, NC () James B. Hunt Jr. Library. Partners WayCited by: 6. This paper outlines preliminary results of experimental and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis of a free-flight aerial refueling system, called “paradrogue.” Working in close collaboration with Arizona Paradrogue Systems (APS), Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) is currently conducAuthor: James Austin, Shigeo Hayashibara, Robert Najaka.position classification standards used in classifying/grading position: citation 1: transportation oper ser, hdbk of occ groups & fams, aug citation 2: opm pcs air traf cont series, gs, jun 78 citation 3: opm pcs safety & occ health mgmt series, gs, aug 81 citation 4: opm intro/posn class stds, app 3, primary standard, aug 91 citation 5: opm admin analysis geg, ts, aug