Written in English
Thesis (Ph.D.) - Loughborough University, 1996.
|Statement||by José Mauro de Figueiredo Garcia.|
The airport environment is complex with various elements and operations. Each of these elements and operations needs to be carefully considered when designing for an airport in order to achieve an optimal result. The Passenger Terminal Concept The passenger terminal design influences the performance and profitability of the airport. It. TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Rep Airport Passenger Terminal Planning and Design comprises a guidebook, spreadsheet models, and a user's guide in two volumes and a CD-ROM intended to provide guidance in planning and developing airport passenger terminals and to assist users in analyzing common issues related to airport terminal planning and s: 1. This paper reviews research results in the area of airport passenger terminal operations analysis and modelling, including available information about applications of reported methods and techniques. The main sources of information for this review were professional . Browne, Kelly, and Le Bourgeois () analyzed passenger and bag queueing and inventories at the baggage claim areas of Kennedy Airport International Arrivals Terminal and found that the following are important variables for the considered process: number of passengers N, number of bags per passenger n, passenger and baggage arrival rate a and b (both found to be uniform), baggage flow delay d (the delay of the first bag relative to the first passenger .
The main deficiency in current terminal design methodology relates to the lack of empirically based information regarding passenger behavior and passenger requirements in airport terminals. This is exacerbated by the fact that airport planners . Airport terminal building should facilitate the movement of passengers and goods to/from airport, in the terminal and leaves the airside area [19,26,30]. Airport terminal has six (6) level of service respectively, from A to F. These level will affect the need for space in airport terminal building [19,26,30]. INTRODUCTION PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION BACKGROUND OBJECTIVE Presentation Outline ACI (): Passenger in SHIA 32 million million 1. Passenger traffic at peak hour? 2. Is Terminal 2 OK? 3. Required overall area? 4. Are existing facilities OK? 5. Ideal size & quantity. 27 Table - Summary of Case Study Airports Case # Airport (Three Letter Code) Location Annual passenger volume (cargo volume in tons) Project Delivery Method Experience Annual Construction Budget Project Size Range Low/High (Typical) 1 Atlanta-Hartsfield- Jackson Intâ l (ATL) Atlanta, GA M (K) DBB, CMR, DB, DBOM $M $M/$B.
). The ASEP was successfully adapted to model the dynamic passenger behavior in the airport terminal environment [25, 52]. In this context, passenger boarding is assumed to be a stochastic. simulation method to develop an analysis of the relation-ship between arriving and departing passenger flows, and the design and operation of airport terminal facilities. This research examines the operational effects of alternative airport terminal configurations and their impact on passenger flow. The simulation approach attempts to define. Airport - Airport - Passenger terminal layout and design: As passenger throughput at airports increases, the passenger terminal becomes a more important element of the airport, attaining a dominant status in the largest facilities. The passenger terminal may amount to less than 10 percent of the total investment in a small airport, but at large airports terminals often account for more than Defining Passenger Flow •. •. • • •. Types of Terminal Buildings • • FAA Method of Terminal Building Analysis Horonjeff's Method of Analysis of Passenger Flows in Terminal Buildings • • • • • • • •.. • Intratermina1 Building Passenger Transportation The FAA Method of Cargo Area Analysis •••.