Presentation 2001/10/16
Limitation for Application of the Longitudinal Collision Risk Model
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Abstract(in English) This paper considers the meaning of the average relative speed in order to investigate the limitation in applicability of a lingitudinal collision risk model. In the longitudinal collision risk model, the average relative longitudinal speed is a parameter closely related to the relative velocity distribution and the initial longitudinal separation of aircraft pair. In order to investigate the relationship between the reporting time period and the average relative longitudinal speed, analyses were conducted using simple distribution models under several assumptions. The results identify the feature of average relative longitudinal speed. This paper describes the method and results of analyses
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Keyword(in English) Air traffic control / longitudinal separation / collision risk / relative velocity
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Title (in English) Limitation for Application of the Longitudinal Collision Risk Model
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Keyword(1) Air traffic control
Keyword(2) longitudinal separation
Keyword(3) collision risk
Keyword(4) relative velocity
1st Author's Name Sakae NAGAOKA
1st Author's Affiliation Electronic Navigation Research Institute, Independent Administrative Institution()
Date 2001/10/16
Paper # SSS2001-23
Volume (vol) vol.101
Number (no) 378
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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