Computer simulation model for studying aircraft take-off schedules at a training Air Force base
Macropoulos, Dimitris G.
Andrus, Alvin F.
Nakagawa, Gordon R.
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This thesis presents a computer simulation model for studying take-off schedules at Kalamata Air Force Base in Greece. Six aircraft take-off schedules were examined and a comparison of results was based upon factors of performance and efficiency/safety. The overall simulation model can be easily modified to examine other aircraft take off schedules.
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