Preference-based evolutionary algorithm for airport surface operations Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies Volume 91, June 2018, Pages 296–316 Michal Weiszer Jun Chen Paul Stewart Xuejun Zhang Acknowledgement This work is supported in part by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) under Grant EP/H004424/1, EP/N029496/1 and EP/N029496/2.
Another new publication from our work on airport ground movement optimisation. Towards a more realistic, cost effective and greener ground movement through active routing: a multi-objective shortest path approach Chen, Jun and Weiszer, Michal and Locatelli, Giorgio and Ravizza, Stefan and Atkin, Jason and Stewart, Paul and Burke, Edmund (2016) Towards a more realistic, cost […]
Article in IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems · (17/50 pp 1196-1209), May 2016 Impact Factor: 2.38 · DOI: 10.1109/TITS.2015.2477350 Jun Chen, Michal Weiszer, Paul Stewart, Senior Member, IEEE, and Masihalah Shabani This work was supported in part by the EPSRC under Grant EP/H00424/1. J. Chen and M. Weiszer are with the School of Engineering, University of Lincoln, Lincoln LN6 […]
Chen, J. ; School of Engineering, University of Lincoln, Lincoln LN6 7TS, U.K. ; Weiszer, M. ; Stewart, P. ; Shabani, M. Among all airport operations, aircraft ground movement plays a key role in improving overall airport capacity as it links other airport operations. Moreover, ever-increasing air traffic, rising costs, and tighter environmental targets create […]
New database could make airport ground movements quicker, greener and cheaper Journal Reference: Michal Weiszer, Jun Chen, Paul Stewart*. A real-time Active Routing approach via a database for airport surface movement. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 2015; 58: 127 DOI: 10.1016/j.trc.2015.07.011 *Prof Paul Stewart holds the IISE Research Chair in Energy and Environment at the University of […]
2015 promises to be a busy year putting proposals into the Smart, Green and Integrated Transport calls focusing with European colleagues on ‘Mobility for Growth’, and ‘Green Vehicles’ this year.
Zhang, Y.; Li, M.; Kang, Y. PID Controller Design for UPS Three-Phase Inverters Considering Magnetic Coupling. Energies 2014, 7(12), 8036-8055; doi:10.3390/en7128036. http://www.mdpi.com/1996-1073/7/12/8036 Long, B.; Jeong, T.; Deuk Lee, J.; Jung, Y.; Chong, K. Energy Management of a Hybrid AC–DC Micro-Grid Based on a Battery Testing System. Energies 2015, 8(2), 1181-1194; doi:10.3390/en8021181. http://www.mdpi.com/1996-1073/8/2/1181 Yang, Y.; Zhang, […]
I’m heading up to Stirling University to meet with my long-standing research collaborator Prof Edmund Burke today to start consortium building for the EU H2020 call Enhancing resource efficiency of aviation MG-1.2-2015. I’m expecting to also be integrating members of the FP7 projects MAAT and ACHEON into the proposal. We will be looking at research and innovation to […]
EPSRC Funded Project EP/H004424/1: Integrating and Automating Low Carbon Airport Operations. Collaborating companies: Manchester and Zurich Airports Principal Investigators: Professor Edmund Burke, Professor Paul Stewart Ravizza S., Chen J., Atkin J., Burke E. and Stewart P., “The trade-off between taxi time and fuel consumption in airport ground movement”, Springer-Verlag Journal of Public Transport Planning and […]
Michal Weiszer, Jun Chen, Stefan Ravizza, Jason Atkin, Paul Stewart, “Towards airport green ground movement using multi-objective, multi-component optimisation and heuristic” 2014 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence WCCI2014, Beijing, China, July 6-11, 2014
The exhaust jet from a departing commercial aircraft will eventually rise buoyantly away from the ground; given the high thrust/power (i.e., momentum/buoyancy) ratio of modern aero-engines, however, this is a slow process, perhaps requiring ∼1 min or more. Supported by theoretical and wind tunnel modeling, we have experimented with an array of aerodynamic baffles on […]
EPSRC Press Release Issue Date: Thursday 31st January, 2013 The humble ‘virtual chimney’ fences that could reduce the impact of airport pollution Simple ‘blast’ fences called baffles could deliver improvements in air quality for people living near airports, new research has found. Placed behind a runway, the baffles could serve as a ‘virtual chimney’, funnelling […]