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  • Importance Of Noise Pollution

    man to travel, the number of flights increased dramatically. Consequently, the expansion of airports was placed in the top of the to-do-lists of governments all around the world. As a case in point, picture 1 portrays Sidney airport in Australia. This airport has gone through a lot of transformations since 1947 until 2000. As it is apparent in this photo, nowadays, the expansion of airports has placed these complexes in a very close proximity to residential areas. This issue further reveals the importance of studying aircraft noise pollution. Picture 2, also, is showing the same idea about airports being right next to residential areas. By the same token, Frankfurt airport, which is considered to be one of the most internationally important European airports in the world, had 468000 flights (10 percent of those taken place during the night) in 2008, during which it has managed to transport more than 53 million passengers and two million tons of cargo. It has been anticipated that, by 2020, the number of flights taken in place in this airport would increase to 701000 flights, which would be equivalent to 120 flights per hour.[1] Therefore, numerous researches have been conducted in terms of the effects that the noise produced by these airplanes can have, which I will mention one of them. The purpose of this essay is to assess the reaction of those residents who live around airports to the noise that airplanes produce in their flight, and to analyze its impacts on an…

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  • How Did Heathrow Airport Collapse

    Written Report On October 21, 1994, the tunnel at Heathrow Airport collapsed. The civil engineer responsible for the collapse, Balfour Beatty, was later fined £1.2 million in Feb 1999. Many lives were put at risk and hundreds of flights were cancelled. The collapse was an engineering catastrophe as it had the potential to crush and kill many civilians using the Piccadilly line and seriously harm bystanders near the area, it was extremely lucky that there were no casualties. A large crater was…

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  • Case Analysis Of Emirates Airlines

    Emirates was started in 1985 with two aircrafts leased from Pakistan International Airport and start-up capital of $10 million. Two years later, the aircraft that the company first bought was delivered to Dubai. The company continued on a growth trajectory even in 1990 when the political situation in the region deteriorated with the Iraqi and Kuwait conflict. Over the second decade, the airline expanded its network throughout the Middle East, Asia, Europe and Africa. As the 21st century was…

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  • My Relationship With My Family

    After two weeks I was taking them to the airport and had taken the day off to drive them around Dubai in the most awful traffic. I wanted to drop them at the airport a little early, as I was exhausted. He yelled at me in the car at the airport and totally cut me down. Then he accused me of inviting him to Dubai so he could pay for Christmas. He leaned in close to my face and spat his words out and walked inside the airport to catch his plane. A few hours after landing in South Africa, his…

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  • The Importance Of Sacred Space In London

    this site so sacred is the sacrifices financially and time wise that people make to experience what it is like to be in such a historic and significant site in history. Many people sacrifice large portions of money and their time to bask in its glory. For someone from Ouachita Baptist to experience this once in a lifetime opportunity they would have to travel four thousand five hundred and thirty-one miles. Starting at Ouachita Baptist University you drive sixty-eight and seven tenths miles to…

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  • Leo Tanguma's In Peace And Harmony With Nature

    Imagine a plane thirty-six thousand feet in the air about to land in the city of Denver, Colorado. The plane circles the Denver International Airport and the passengers look down at the interestingly shaped runways as the plane is cleared to land. After the smooth landing, the passengers exit the plane to gather their luggage and go about their business in the city. Taking note of the artistic murals on the walls as they walk, passengers move along in a hurry to get where they are going, as they…

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  • Diagnosis Phase Essay

    Test #2 Correction Question 2. Diagnosis Phase: When I first read the question, it reminded me of my multivariable calculus first class session where my professor used an example of a plane being landed in windy weather, to teach us a concept of vectors. Initially, I began to picture the scenario of a plane flying under consideration of wind being involved instead of looking at the numbers. Afterward, I drew the free body diagram of how the problem looked as using numbers and direction. Since…

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  • Parachuting-Personal Narrative

    Reflective Essay This past summer -- 2016 – was beautiful, amazing, fantastic, and I completely loved every second of it. I say this because I did a lot of things in this long vacation like, buy shoes and wallets. Speaking of shoes, I wore yellow Adidas originals when I rode the airplane to do a parachuting activity. Meaning I jumped off a plane, which was really scary. We didn’t even plan to go parachuting, it just happened so suddenly. I hadn’t wanted to go, but I am glad that I did it…

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  • Reflective Essay On A Project

    Writing this reflection about the experience of doing the professional project with a team has made me realize that communication is the most vital part in the project not only with clients but also with group members. My group has an important client, which is the Brisbane Airport Corporation. As we all know that Brisbane airport has a strict security system, which means we should accept security check when we enter the inside airport and their staff will follow us wherever we go in the…

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  • Ho Chi Minh City Case Study

    1. Introduction Ho Chi Minh city (HCMC), like most Asian cities such as Bangkok, Jakarta, Taipei, is called motorcycle dependent city. In these cities, transport system is dominated by motorcycle. According to General Statistics Office of Vietnam (2013), the approximate population approximate of HCMC is 7.750.900. HCMC has a total administrative area of 2.095 km2. The average population density is about 3.699 in habitants per square km. HCMC population projected to reach ten million by 2020…

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