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It integrates the approach and the models devel- oped into an analysis tool that is user-friendly and incorpo- rates three basic interfaces: The software program and the accompanying user guide presented in Appendix G are available for download at the Transportation Research Board TRB website.
The user guide may also be accessed from the Help menu within the program. The software main screen is shown in Figure Input Data Input data required to run the analysis include the follow- ing information: Much of the input information is arranged in table for- mat.
Figure 30 shows the program screen and template to input operations data. It consists of a canvas area formed by a matrix of cells. Each cell corresponds to a coordinate that is referenced to the runway edge. To include an obstacle, the user assigns a letter to each cell to define the type of obstacle.
After entering a let- ter, the color of the cell will change according to the type of obstacle entered to facilitate the visualization of the drawing. Figure 31 shows an example of an RSA defined with the tool.
Output and Interpretation Two analysis alternatives are available: In full analysis it is necessary to enter historical operations and weather conditions for the airport.
The information will feed the frequency models for each historical operation at the airport. If simplified analysis is selected, the probabilities of landing and takeoff veer-offs are fixed and either default val- ues from ACRP Report 51 will be used, or the user may define the two probabilities.
When the analyses are completed, the user may see the results using the Output option in the main menu. There are two types of results: Within each of these options, the user can view the results for probability of landing and takeoff veer-off events or view the analysis output for the risk of accidents.
Each worksheet contains the risk estimates for one type of veer-off and individual operation and the total veer-off risk during landings and takeoffs. The results for each individual runway are provided in separate Excel output files. The sum- mary table provides the average risk for each type of accident and expected number of years for a veer-off accident to occur.
The accumulated risk distribution is provided in graphical form for the lateral RSA. The results for the entire airport are provided in one Excel output file. The user must create the output files for each run- way prior to creating the output file for the airport. An example presenting the summary of results for the whole airport using the full analysis is shown in Figure The main table contains a summary of average risk levels for each type of veer-off acci- dent and total risk involving both runways analyzed.
Risk levels are shown in terms of accident rates per number of operations and expected number of years for one accident to occur. Addi- tional tables are presented showing the average risk for each runway, the percentage of movements with higher risk, and the number of operations challenging the lateral RSA sections associated with each runway.
Similar output reports are gener- ated if the analysis involves multiple runways.
The first table contains three user-defined fields: These values reflect the options entered during the analysis input phase and may be modified by the user directly in the output spreadsheet.
When these parameters are changed, the average number of years between accidents will change to reflect the new traffic volume estimated for future years. Example of input screen and template.CHAPTER II: MEMBERSHIP Article 3The original Members of the United Nations shall be the states which, having participated in the United Nations Conference on International Organization at San.
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