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Title: Emission and Flight Time Optimization Model for Aircraft Landing Problem
Authors: Çeçen, Ramazan Kürşat
Saraç, Tuğba
Çetek, Cem
Keywords: air traffic control
air traffic management
airfield and airspace capacity and delay
terminal airspace
Runway Operations
Terminal Airspace
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Sage Publications Inc
Abstract: Aircraft landing is a critical operation for both terminal airspaces and airports. This study presents a multi-objective optimization model for this problem and aims to minimize the total flight time and emission value. A point merge system and vector maneuver techniques are implemented in aircraft to regulate air traffic. The model uses the augmented e-constraint method to reveal objective function relationships. To test the performance of the mathematical model, several realistic scenarios are generated and solved by GAMS/CPLEX solver. The algorithm can obtain Pareto-optimal solutions for each air traffic situation. In addition, noticeable reductions were observed in most of the Pareto-optimal solutions in emission values. The results showed that total emissions value and flight time were reduced up to 4.69% and 0.92%, respectively, compared with the first-come-first-served approach.
ISSN: 0361-1981
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