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Transport Problems

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Probabilistic model for airport runway safety areas

Autorzy Szabo, S.  Vittek, P.  Kraus, J.  Plos, V.  Lališ, A.  Štumper, M.  Vajdova, I. 
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Abstrakty
EN The Laboratory of Aviation Safety and Security at CTU in Prague has recently started a project aimed at runway protection zones. The probability of exceeding by a certain distance from the runway in common incident/accident scenarios (take-off/landing overrun/veer-off, landing undershoot) is being identified relative to the runway for any airport. As a result, the size and position of safety areas around runways are defined for the chosen probability. The basis for probability calculation is a probabilistic model using statistics from more than 1400 real-world cases where jet airplanes have been involved over the last few decades. Other scientific studies have contributed to understanding the issue and supported the model’s application to different conditions.
Słowa kluczowe
PL start   lądowanie   pas startowy   obszary bezpieczeństwa   prawdopodobieństwo   odległość  
EN take-off   landing   runway   safety area   probability   distance  
Wydawca Wydawnictwo Politechniki Śląskiej
Czasopismo Transport Problems
Rocznik 2017
Tom T. 12, z. 2
Strony 89--97
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 16 poz.
Twórcy
autor Szabo, S.
  • Czech Technical University, Faculty of Transportation Sciences, Department of Air Transport Horská 3, 128 03 Prague 2, Czech Republic , szabo@fd.cvut.cz
autor Vittek, P.
  • Czech Technical University, Faculty of Transportation Sciences, Department of Air Transport Horská 3, 128 03 Prague 2, Czech Republic
autor Kraus, J.
  • Czech Technical University, Faculty of Transportation Sciences, Department of Air Transport Horská 3, 128 03 Prague 2, Czech Republic
autor Plos, V.
  • Czech Technical University, Faculty of Transportation Sciences, Department of Air Transport Horská 3, 128 03 Prague 2, Czech Republic
autor Lališ, A.
  • Czech Technical University, Faculty of Transportation Sciences, Department of Air Transport Horská 3, 128 03 Prague 2, Czech Republic
autor Štumper, M.
  • Czech Technical University, Faculty of Transportation Sciences, Department of Air Transport Horská 3, 128 03 Prague 2, Czech Republic
autor Vajdova, I.
  • Technical University in Kosice, Department of Air Traffic Management Rampová 7, Kosice, 041 21, Slovakia
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DOI 10.20858/tp.2017.12.2.9