Jonas Kuster (1158939) Posted December 4, 2021 Report Share Posted December 4, 2021 While looking into a detailed integration of the GRP, I came across some questions regarding the use and functionality of the commands BLOCKS and LIMITS for a stand definition. I'm looking therefore for some additional advise about best practice and experience of other users. I've done various tests, but wasn't satisfied with the result (or didn't understand the exact meaning of the beforementioned commands). The basic issue is that I have a combination of narrow body and wide body gates, as it is quite common at many airports. Some of the gates can be used for both types. And I wish to implement a logic that such a gate is restricted in its maximum wingspan if the neighbouring gate is used for a wide body aircraft. So think of the 3 gates W01, W02 and W03 (for wide bodies) share the width with a configuration of 5 narrow body gates N01 ... N05. W02 and N03 will be exactly in the middle and share the same lead-in line (and effectively use the same gate number). Once there is an assignment for either N02 or N04, N03 (=W02) can only be used for a narrow body aircraft. How do I need to prepare the configuration in such a case? I've difficulties to understand what the exact difference between BLOCKS and LIMITS in this case will be. Also, I cannot fully understand from the documentation how the LIMITS command exactly works. Could someone make an example using the terms from the developer guide? Jonas Kuster Leader Operation - vACC Switzerland | www.vacc.ch Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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