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Installation instructions

- To install an example first download the example to a temporary location on your hard drive. When the download is finished extract the contents to the c:\airport tools\jsimmod\Applications directory. Then run Visual SIMMOD as normal and use the Visual SIMMOD Editor tool to open the downloaded application.

Laguardia Airport, New York Deicing Example

- This example shows how to use JSIMMOD to check if deicing is necessary prior to takeoff. Departing aircraft taxi to a location on the airport where a decision on whether to deice is made. In this case, a random number is drawn between 0.0 and 1.0. If the value of the random number drawn is greater than 0.50 then the aircraft is routed towards a deicing pad. After taxiing to the deicing pad a decision is made as to which deicing pad to use. The aircraft is delayed 600 seconds at the deicing pad and then is released to join the departure queue.

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Dallas Fort Worth - Runway End Around Taxiing Example

- This example shows how to model an airport for runway end around taxiing. Aircraft scheduled to take off on runway on 13R which are taxiing North of the airport may or may not taxi across runways 18L and 18R. The departing aircraft reach a decision point prior to runway 18L. Upon reaching this location they check to determine if any aircraft are on arrival to runways 18L or 18R. If aircraft are on arrival then the taxiing departure is directed to taxi North of runways 18L and 18R. If no arrivals are detected, then the taxiing departure is allowed to cross runways 18L and 18R. Please note: The schedule is fully loaded at approximately 9:00am.

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Example Airport - Metering Example

- This example shows how to model metering at a three runway airport. The logic checks for the level of arrival activity on the first final approach. If the number of aircraft exceeds two on the initial final approach then the arrival checks to see how many aircraft are traversing the secondary final approach. If the number of aircraft exceeds two on the secondary final approach then the arrival flys the third final approach. If the number of aircraft traversing the initial final approach is less than or equal to two then the aircraft is allowed to traverse the initial approach. In the case of the secondary approach if the number of aircraft traversing it is less than or equal to two then the aircraft is allowed to traverse the secondary approach.

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