Public-sector aviation : graduate research award papers, 2011-2012
- Washington, D.C. : Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2013.
- Physical Description:
- ix, 102 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board
- Is There Still a Southwest Effect? / Sakib bin Salam and B. Starr McMullen -- Behavioral Traits and Airport Type Affecting Mammal Incidents with U.S. Civil Aircraft / Kristin M. Biondi -- Benefit and Trade-Off Analysis of Continuous Descent Approach in Normal Traffic Conditions / Yi Cao, Daniel DeLaurentis and Dengfeng Sun -- Dispersion Modeling of Lead Emissions from Piston Engine Aircraft at General Aviation Facilities / Stephen N. Feinberg and Jay R. Turner -- Depeaking Schedules: Beneficial for Airports and Airlines? / Donald Katz and Laurie A. Garrow -- Reduction of Collisions Between Aircraft and Surface Vehicles: Conflict Alerting on Airport Surfaces Enabled by Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast / Fabrice Kunzi -- Leveraging Probe Data to Assess Security Checkpoint Wait Times / Stephen M. Remias, Alexander M. Hainen and Darcy M. Bullock -- Social Media and Primary Commercial Service Airports / Clayton Lee Stambaugh -- Consensus-Building Mechanism for Setting Service Expectations in Air Traffic Flow Management / Prem Swaroop and Michael O. Ball -- Mechanisms for Equitable Resource Allocation When Airspace Capacity Is Reduced / Kleoniki Vlachou and David J. Lovell.
- "The papers in this volume of the Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board were selected for awards in a nationwide competition under the 2011 to 2012 Graduate Research Award Program on Public-Sector Aviation Issues. The program is sponsored by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and administered by the Transportation Research Board through the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP). The purpose of the Graduate Research Award Program is to encourage applied research on airport and related aviation system issues and to foster the next generation of aviation community leaders. The program aims to stimulate thought, discussion, and research by those who may become airport managers, operators, designers, and aviation policy makers. The focus is on applied research to help the public sector improve the quality, reliability, safety, and security of the U.S. civil aviation system. The 10 papers in this volume were peer-reviewed by members of the ACRP Selection Panel for the Graduate Research Award Program on Public-Sector Aviation Issues, with additional expert advice as noted below. The panel evaluates applications from graduate students and recommends candidates for awards on the basis of academic accomplishments, references, experience, career goals, and proposed research (quality of concept, approach, and potential value to the public sector of aviation) and supervises research throughout the academic year"--Foreword (page vii).
- "A peer-reviewed publication."
"Journal of the Transportation Research Board."
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Other Forms:
- Also available online.
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