輸送力増強のための長大編成列車の運行計画法 [in Japanese] Operating Method of Train Longer than Platforms for the Purpose of Increasing Transportation Capacity [in Japanese]
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Nowadays transportation capacity in urban area is insufficient and trains are heavily crowded. This paper proposes the train operation in which a part of a long train is off the platforms to increase transportation capacity without lengthening platforms and has examined the effect of such operation. Under the operation, serviceable cars for a certain passenger are limited. By taking advantage of individual guidance, however, every passenger can be led to a proper car which meets his OD (origin-destination). Ideal distribution of passengers to each car is determined by convex quadratic problem and optimal stopping position at each station is planned by hill-climbing method. It has been confirmed by the simulation for several models that the operation is highly effective to transportation capacity.
- IEEJ Transactions on Sensors and Micromachines
IEEJ Transactions on Sensors and Micromachines 120(1), 136-141, 2000-01
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan