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Witteman, Max (author)
This research concerns the problem of scheduling aircraft maintenance tasks, that must be carried in multiple maintenance checks to keep the aircraft airworthy. During this research the allocation of maintenance tasks to their maintenance opportunities is referred to as the task allocation problem. It is a complex combinatorial problem that is...
master thesis 2019
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Saß, Konstantin (author)
Tilt-rotor aircraft combine the helicopter’s benefit of VTOL capability and the flight performance that turboprops possess on range, speed and endurance. Tilt-rotor aircraft have the potential to decrease airport congestion and average flight delay in passenger transportation, while benefits are numerous in i.e. search and rescue, disaster...
master thesis 2018
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IJzermans, Erik (author)
The newest generation of aircraft has seen a strong increase in sensor data generated on-board. The available data has the potential to indicate the health state of individual components based on which their maintenance requirements can be determined, a maintenance strategy called Condition Based Maintenance. Predictive Maintenance is a specific...
master thesis 2018
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Hoeben, N.J.M. (author)
Introduction An aircraft breakdown, crew coming late, or bad weather conditions are examples of disruptions that airlines have to cope with on a daily basis. Even small disruptions might cause infeasibility of airline schedules. Currently, operation controllers of most airlines solve disruptions manually at the day of operation. They attempt to...
master thesis 2017
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Driessen, C.L.V. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Appeldoorn, B. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Fung, K.W. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Wilken, B. (author)
In the last decades, the airline industry experienced a tendency towards airspace deregulation. When airspace is liberalized, the airlines in the market have to re-position themselves the market since new airlines are expected to offer flights in the market. More competition asks for optimal revenue management and positioning of the flights so...
master thesis 2016
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van Hellenberg Hubar, M.E.G. (author)
A tool is developed that is able to optimize the trajectories of multiple aircraft that fly in formation in order to obtain the minimum total fuel consumption. Several experiments are conducted to investigate the benefits of formation flight for commercial aircraft. Finally, also the influences of wind and delay on the trajectories of the...
master thesis 2016
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