Multi-impact optimization to reduce aviation noise and emissions

  • Zachary D
  • Gervais J
  • Leopold U
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Abstract

This paper describes a multi-indicator assessment and minimization problem focused on aviation "Community" noise. The model explores a combined noise and emission objective for airfreight movements at Luxembourg's Findel Airport. Community noise is evaluated via four population impact indicators emissions are tabulated from in-flight segments in the proximity of the airport and from the contribution of taxiing. A set of scenarios based on trajectory, aircraft scheduling, fleet composition, operational procedures are implemented in software. An integer programming methodology is used to search for minimal environmental impact. An on/off switch allows for an evaluation of each indicator in the objective. Different impacts on the population are explored in a case study involving the Cargolux Airlines International S.A. © 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Aviation noise
  • Day-evening-night penalty
  • Geospatial mapping
  • Non-linear integer programming

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