TY - JOUR
JF - IUST
JO -
VL - 5
IS - 1
PY - 2015
Y1 - 2015/1/01
TI - MULTI-OBJECTIVE MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF AIRCRAFT LANDING PROBLEM ON A RUNWAY IN STATIC MODE, SCHEDULING AND SEQUENCE DETERMINATION USING NSGA-II
TT -
N2 - Runway length is usually a critical point in an airport system so, a great interest has been created for optimal use of this runway length. The most important factors in modeling of aircraft landing problem are time and cost while, the costs imposed on the system because of moving away from target times have different performances in terms of impact. In this paper, firstly, aircraft landing problem (ALP) and the works conducted in subject literature are briefly reviewed and presented. Then, this problem is formulated and proposed as a three-objective mathematical modeling which leads to more applicable formulation. Following this, the model introduced to solve this problem is solved for two groups including 20 and 50 aircrafts using the second version of NSGA and the results and recommendations will be provided.
SP - 21
EP - 36
AU - Mokhtarimousavi, S.
AU - Rahami, H.
AU - Kaveh, A.
AD -
KW - multi-objective modeling of aircraft landing problem (ALP)
KW - expected landing time (ELT)
KW - scheduled landing time (SLT)
KW - NSGA-II algorithm.
UR - http://ijoce.iust.ac.ir/article-1-196-en.html
ER -