# Capacity Analysis and Design

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- | CCC is derived from the resort’s supply of vertical transport (i.e., the combined uphill hourly capacities of the lifts) and demand for vertical transport (i.e., the aggregate number of runs demanded multiplied by the vertical rise associated with those runs). CCC is calculated by dividing vertical supply (VTF/Day) by Vertical Demand. | + | '''[[CCC]]''' is derived from the resort’s supply of vertical transport (i.e., the combined uphill hourly capacities of the lifts) and demand for vertical transport (i.e., the aggregate number of runs demanded multiplied by the vertical rise associated with those runs). CCC is calculated by dividing vertical supply (VTF/Day) by Vertical Demand. |

## Revision as of 15:15, 28 July 2010

**CCC** is derived from the resort’s supply of vertical transport (i.e., the combined uphill hourly capacities of the lifts) and demand for vertical transport (i.e., the aggregate number of runs demanded multiplied by the vertical rise associated with those runs). CCC is calculated by dividing vertical supply (VTF/Day) by Vertical Demand.