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Aalders, Jaime (author)
Addressing the increasingly urgent need for sustainable aviation solutions, this study explores operational innovations as a quicker and more scalable addition to novel zero-emission propulsion systems. Through the use of regression-based causal inference methods, this study aims to understand the relationship between flight fuelburn...
master thesis 2024
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Verhagen, Alexandra (author)
Accurate capacity planning is essential to ensure uninterrupted services and network stability through peak hours for the transport core network of KPN. This involves a trade-off between minimizing the risks of capacity shortages and costs of capacity expansions. High network loads are occurring more frequently and their magnitude is increasing....
master thesis 2024
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Veraart, Marijn (author)
Cycling as a mode of transport is getting increasingly more attention from academics and governments around the world. It improves the physical and mental well being of citizens, it is efficient in terms of space and it provides economic benefits. However, traffic engineers and urban planners of these cities currently lack the means to...
master thesis 2024
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Snijders, Daan (author)
With its 500.000 flights per year, Schiphol Airport is one of the busiest airports in Europe. Efficient runway use is vital for a smooth day-to-day operation. This paper investigates the new runway scheduler at Schiphol Airport, also referred to as the Departure Manager (DMAN). The new DMAN is built for a better utilisation of the outbound...
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Caranti, Leonardo (author)
This Master Thesis investigates the possible improvements to the Target Time Management concept to optimize the arrival flows for SWISS International Airlines. The aim is to improve operational performance based on the current model used, as well as prove that Target Time Management constitutes a valuable system to improve operations in a...
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Mendoza Lugo, M.A. (author), Nogal Macho, M. (author), Morales Napoles, O. (author)
Around the world, an increasing amount of bridge infrastructure is ageing. The resources involved in the reassessment of existing assets often exceed available resources and many bridges lack a minimum structural assessment. Therefore, there is a need for comprehensive and quantitative approaches to assess all the assets in the bridge network to...
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Zhi, Danyue (author), Zhao, Hepeng (author), Chen, Yan (author), Song, Weize (author), Song, Dongdong (author), Yang, Y. (author)
The configuration of the urban built environment is critical for promoting sustainability and achieving carbon neutrality. However, existing studies mostly use linear and spatial econometric models to investigate the relationship between urban built environments and traffic carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2</sub>) emissions, in-depth studies exploring...
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Salgas, A. (author), Sun, Junzi (author), Delbecq, Scott (author), Planès, Thomas (author), Lafforgue, Gilles (author)
contribution to periodical 2024
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Sun, Junzi (author), Roosenbrand, E.J. (author)
Contrails, formed under specific atmospheric conditions, have a noteworthy role in heat-trapping within the atmosphere. This study bridges the gap between theoretical contrail formation models and real-world data by employing flight information from OpenSky and meteorological data from the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts. We...
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Sun, Junzi (author), Roosenbrand, E.J. (author)
Contrails, formed under specific atmospheric conditions, have a noteworthy role in heat-trapping within the atmosphere. This study bridges the gap between theoretical contrail formation models and real-world data by employing flight information from OpenSky and meteorological data from the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts. We...
contribution to periodical 2024
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Salgas, A. (author), Sun, Junzi (author), Delbecq, Scott (author), Planès, Thomas (author), Lafforgue, Gilles (author)
The study of the environmental transition of the aviation sector calls for prospective traffic scenarios. Detailed traffic and emissions inventories are often needed to refine the available analyses and to enable the simulation of regionalised scenarios. In the past studies, these are generally based on commercial, proprietary traffic data,...
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Koerten, K.O. (author), Abbink, D.A. (author), Zgonnikov, A. (author)
Traffic jams occurring on highways cause increased travel time as well as increased fuel consumption and collisions. So-called phantom traffic jams are traffic jams that do not have a clear cause, such as a merging on-ramp or an accident. Phantom traffic jams make up 50% of all traffic jams and result from instabilities in the traffic flow...
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Mahajan, N. (author), Hegyi, A. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author), van Arem, B. (author)
Drivers initiate a discretionary lane change when they perceive an anticipated improvement in their own driving condition from moving to another lane. However, such a lane change can slow down other vehicles on the target lane, and even worse initiate a disturbance. In this work, we argue that the blocking effect triggered by individual lane...
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Li, G. (author), Knoop, V.L. (author), van Lint, J.W.C. (author)
Traffic condition forecasting is fundamental for Intelligent Transportation Systems. Besides accuracy, many services require an estimate of uncertainty for each prediction. Uncertainty quantification must consider the inherent randomness in traffic dynamics, the so-called aleatoric uncertainty, and the additional distrust caused by data shortage...
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Ahmad, Bashar I. (author), Rogers, Colin (author), Harman, Stephen (author), Dale, Holly (author), Jahangir, Mohammed (author), Antoniou, Michael (author), Baker, Chris (author), Newman, Mike (author), Fioranelli, F. (author)
Automatic target classification or recognition is a critical capability in noncooperative surveillance with radar in several defence and civilian applications. It is a well-established research field and numerous techniques exist for recognizing targets, including miniature unmanned air systems or drones (i.e., small, mini, micro, and nano...
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Groot, D.J. (author), Ellerbroek, Joost (author), Hoekstra, J.M. (author)
Conventional Air Traffic Control is still predominantly being done by human Air Traffic Controllers, however, as the traffic density increases, the workload of the controllers increases as well. Especially for the area of unmanned aviation, driven by the rise in drones, having human controllers might become unfeasible. One of the methods that...
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van Doorn, Jan Laurenszoon (author)
The application of automatic speech recognition in the air traffic control domain has been researched extensively. However, its primary application remains in the training and simulation of air traffic controllers. This is due to the insufficient performance of automatic speech recognition in specific environments, such as air traffic control,...
master thesis 2023
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ZHOU, Johnny (author)
With the strong backing and advocacy from the EU for railway transport, it is crucial to focus on innovative and efficient technologies to maintain service quality. In daily train operations, traffic uncertainties lead to perturbations, which may result in two types of track conflicts: disturbances and disruptions.<br/><br/>In the current...
master thesis 2023
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Guo, Jiayi (author)
With the steadily increasing road traffic demand, congestion on freeways has become a major problem. With the development of communication technology and automated vehicles, there are more opportunities for DTMs to be studied extensively at the coordination level and cooperation level. In the existing literature, the coordination of RM (ramp...
master thesis 2023
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Vos, Reinier (author)
Air traffic sector demand and capacity balancing is an important process to enable safe and efficient flight execution. In current operations, demand and capacity are determined based on schedules and flight plans. In reality, disruptions to flights create a different situation that may not have been anticipated by the Air Navigation Service...
master thesis 2023
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