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TABLE 12-8 Cumulative Demand Minus Capacity during Delay Period for Example Problem 12-10
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FIGURE 12-21 Plot of demand minus capacity for delay period for Example Problem 12-10
The largest number of aircraft delayed at any point in time is found to be 90 The service time for an aircraft is the reciprocal of the runway capacity, or the runway will service one aircraft in 075 min The delay time for the aircraft which is delayed the longest is therefore 90(075) = 675 min The total number of aircraft hours of delay is the area under this curve or 306 aircraft-hours All of the aircraft in hours 1600 to 2000 and 80 percent of the aircraft in hour 2100 are delayed This amounts to 464 aircraft Therefore, the average delay to delayed aircraft on this day is 306/464 = 066 h = 40 min The average delay to all aircraft using the runway on this day is 306/1050 = 029 h = 17 min
Special Topics in Airpor t Planning and Design
Application of Techniques for Annual Service Volume
Annual service volume is a level of annual aircraft operations that may be used as a reference in preliminary planning As annual aircraft operations approach annual service volume, the average delay to each aircraft throughout the year may increase rapidly with relatively small increases in aircraft operations, thereby causing levels of service on the airfield to deteriorate When annual aircraft operations on the airfield are equal to annual service volume, average delay to each aircraft throughout the year is on the order of 1 to 4 min A more precise estimate of actual average delay to aircraft at a particular airport can be obtained using these procedures if this is required in the planning application Simplified estimating procedures are available for airport planning purposes to determine the annual service volume and average aircraft delay for runway configurations existing at airports These procedures should only be used for preliminary estimating purposes These procedures allow for approximations of The hourly capacity of runways in VFR and IFR conditions The annual service volume of runways The average annual delay to aircraft on runways Hourly capacities and annual service volumes for a number of runway configurations are presented in Table 12-9 An approximate estimate of average aircraft delay per year for any runway configuration can be obtained from Fig 12-22 The data shown in Table 12-9 and Fig 12-22 are based on a number of assumptions which include 1 A representative range of mix indices sufficient for estimating purposes 2 The hourly capacities are those correspond to the runway utilization which produces the largest capacity consistent with current air traffic control procedures and practices, and this configuration is used 80 percent of the time 3 One-half of the demand for the use of the runways is by arriving aircraft, and thus, the number of arriving and departing aircraft in a specified period of time is equal 4 The percentage of touch-and-go operations is a function of the mix index of the airport 5 Sufficient taxiways exist to permit the capacity of the runways to be fully realized 6 The impact on capacity of a taxiway crossing an active runway is assumed to be negligible
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