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By Landrum & Brown

This quantity includes eleven spreadsheet versions, which come with useful studying routines and several other airport-specific pattern information units to help clients in deciding upon applicable version inputs for his or her occasions, and a user’s consultant to aid the consumer within the right use of every version. The types contain such facets of terminal making plans as layout hour choice, gate call for, check-in and passenger and luggage screening, which require advanced analyses to aid making plans judgements. The Guidebook and Spreadsheet types could be worthy for airport operators, planners, designers, and different stakeholders thinking about making plans practical and cost effective airport passenger terminals through supplying instruments that may be used instantly.

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If no specific headway data is available, the general headway data shown in Figure 28 can be used. To determine the curbfront traffic volume for one of these modes, multiply the number of companies servicing the airport by the headway and convert to vehicles per hour. Dwell times should be collected during the design hour to determine the maximum utilization of the curbfront. A main component of dwell time is enforcement. Where there is strict enforcement of the curbfront, dwell times are typically shorter than where enforcement is not as strict.

Typically a single ETD unit shared by two screeners can process up to 66 bags/hour. ETD units also are used for checking oversized bags which cannot fit though EDS equipment, and for more detailed examination of bags alarmed by EDS units. • EDS are capable of automatically detecting explosives and then providing a three-dimensional view of the bag’s contents to TSA screeners for further analysis. Most of the currently deployed EDS technology was developed prior to the passage of ATSA, based on standards set forth by Congress in the Aviation Security Improvement Act of 1990.

When specific direction or counsel is needed, requests must be made directly to TSA. The Security Screening model is designed to provide a view of the passenger experience in the queue in relation to wait times and queue area. The user defines the processing rates and number of lanes, and inputs the existing or desired screening lane dimensions and queue dimensions. Figure 48 is a screenshot of the model. The cells are color-coded in the same manner as the other models in the spreadsheet. The user makes the inputs into the white cells and can perform a sensitivity analysis of the screening process by adjusting the inputs and observing the changes to the wait times and passenger space values.

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