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Bakker, G.J. (author), Kremer, H.J. (author), Blom, H.A.P. (author)
In this paper four conflict prediction approaches are considered: a classical geometric approach, two variations of a probabilistic approach developed by Paielli & Erzberger, based on conflict probability and overlap probability and a novel probabilistic approach. The objective of all conflict prediction approaches is to evaluate a set of...
report 2001
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Blom, H.A.P. (author), Bakker, G.J. (author), Blanker, P.J.G. (author), Daams, J. (author), Everdij, M.H.C. (author), Klompstra, M.B. (author)
By now, safety is recognised as a key quality on which to select/design advanced air traffic management (ATM) concepts, even when capacity and efficiency are the drivers of the development. The safety target is often described as 'equal or better' in comparison with existing practice, allowing a large freedom in how safety is expressed, let...
report 2001
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Bakker, G.J. (author), Kremer, H.J. (author), Blom, H.A.P. (author)
In this paper four conflict prediction approaches are considered: a classical geometric approach, two variations of a probabilistic approach developed by Paielli ÖC Erzberger, based on conflict probability and overlap probability, and a novel probabilistic approach. The objective of all conflict prediction approaches is to evaluate a set of...
report 2001
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Speijker, L.J.P. (author), Blom, H.A.P. (author), Bakker, G.J. (author), Karwal, A.K. (author), van baren, G.B. (author), Klompstra, M.B. (author), Kruijsen, E.A.C. (author)
The increase in air traffic implies that for busy airports, such as Schiphol, new and advanced Air Traffic Management (ATM) procedures are being developed. For some proposed ATM procedures, ICAO regulations do not yet exist and a thorough safety assessment that incorporates the role of Air Traffic Control (ATC) and pilots is required. This study...
report 2001
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Bannink, W.J. (author), Bakker, P.G. (author)
In this report calibration measurements are described of the transonic flow in the TST27 windtunnel (test section: 28 cm x 25.3 cm) of the Laboratory for High Speed Aerodynamics, Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Technology Delft. The tunnel has solid walls and the Mach number in the high subsonic and transonic flow regime is...
report 1983
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