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Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005 Maintaining Operability in Winter Conditions.

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1 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005 Maintaining Operability in Winter Conditions

2 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005 WINTER Operations at Vienna International Airport Consider Surface and Volume of snow Thickness of Ice Accretion, Snow Depth Quality of available Chemicals Operational Consequences of snow/ice removal Available Ressources Ways of Capacity building

3 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005 Welche Dimensionen und Anforderungen beinhaltet der Winterdienst am VIE ? zu bearbeitende Flächen: Pistensysteme1.282.600 m² (neu 3. PI + RW 892.000 m²) (Schultern 727.000 m²) Vorfelder, Zurollwege 652.000 m 2 Vorfeld AUA 72.100 m 2 Vorfelderweiterungen 300.000 m 2 dies entspricht ca. 330 km einer 2-spurigen Autobahnseite

4 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005 What Requirements are we talking about in Winter Operations Winterdienst at VIE ? Runways :64.000 m 3 (displaced) Snow Quantities at 5 cm snow Parking / manoevring areas:51.205 m 3 transported by truck Compression of snow during loading / handling to about ¼ volume: 700 truck loads remain!

5 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005 Qunatities and Requirements Ressource Planning

6 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005 How to gauge the effort required Paretto – Regel 20 : 80 50100 Ressources % Success 50 100 Exceptional winter normaler winter

7 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005 Analysis of individual events

8 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005 Test of De-icing liquids in climate chamber

9 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005

10 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005 Ressources used

11 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005 Ressources cont., S NOW

12 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005

13 Vienna Airport Winter Operations H.Puempel ACG Sept 2005 Staff 166 Staff VIE 11 Staff VIAS + 30 Transport Staff 207 Total

14 Flughafendienste / SR – Winterdienst / Saison 2004 / 2005 vie WIDI – Steering-Team Mai 2005 Role of meteorological Information Special snowfall forecasts every 6 hours Special snowfall forecasts every 6 hours Forecasts of Winds (snow drifts) Forecasts of Winds (snow drifts) Forecast of temperatures Forecast of temperatures Used for staf planning Used for staf planning (In case of snowfall forecast moderate or more, extra shift called on duty) (In case of snowfall forecast moderate or more, extra shift called on duty) Cost of false alert very high! Cost of false alert very high! Cost of missed event even worse Cost of missed event even worse

15 Flughafendienste / SR – Winterdienst / Saison 2004 / 2005 vie WIDI – Steering-Team Mai 2005 Other specialized forecasts Lightning activity (Warning, shut down) Lightning activity (Warning, shut down) Winds for capacity planning under environmental constraints Winds for capacity planning under environmental constraints


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