28th Congress of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, 23 - 28 September 2012, Brisbane, Australia
Paper ICAS 2012-10.7.2
FUNDAMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DECENTRALIZED AIR TRAFFIC FLOW CONTROL IN HIGH DENSITY CORRIDOR
N. Takeichi, Y. Nakamura*, K. Fukuoka
Nagoya Univ., Japan; *Nagoya Univ. (currently ENRI), Japan
Keywords: air traffic management, airborne surveillance, self-separation, air corridor
Decentralized separation control in a high density corridor are discussed. Maneuver strategies, types of the surveillance area, and route structures are investigated through numerical simulations. The results indicate that a common rule with some concession is indispensable to achieve a high density traffic with sufficient safety, efficiency, and least workload.
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