MITRAMのデータを用いた窒素酸化物排出量推定モデルの構築 An introduction of the estimation model of nitrogen oxide exhausted by cars in road traffic simulator -MITRAM

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自動車から排出される窒素酸化物は、光化学スモッグの原因となっており、その排出量は、自動車の保有台数の増加に伴い、さらに増加する傾向にある。そのため「有害物質を減らす」ことは社会にとって大きな課題となっている。そこで、本論文では、微視的道路交通シミュレータMITRAMに、窒素酸化物推定モデルを導入し、窒素酸化物の排出量を測定することで、市街地での交通渋滞と窒素酸化物排出量の相関関係を明らかにする。

This paper shows the result of the nitrogen oxide estimation modelused in the microscopic road traffic simulator MITRAM in thisresearch. "To decrease the amount of the toxic substances." is a majortask for all human beings. The large number of the cars can beregarded as an exhaust source of the toxic substances emitted to theatmosphere. In the cities, the nitrogen oxide vented by cars bringsphotochemical smog pollution to the urban place. However, in thispaper, the signal control method has been confirmed to be able to easethe traffic congestion in the urban area, which as a result can reducethe emission amount of the nitrogen oxide. Moreover, the correlationbetween the traffic congestion and the amount of the oxide of nitrogenhas also been made clear in this paper.%This paper shows that the oxide of nitrogen estimation model into microscopic road traffic simulator MITRAM in this research. "The number of poisonous substances is decreased" It is a big problem for man. The existence of the car cannot be overlooked as an exhaust source of the poisonous substance that exists in the atmosphere. In the city, the oxide of nitrogen exhausted by the car causes the urban ozone. Then, the signal control method was confirmed to work over measures to ease the traffic jam in the urban area and the relation to the amount of the oxide of nitrogen exhaust was confirmed.

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  • Proceedings of the Fuzzy System Symposium

    Proceedings of the Fuzzy System Symposium 21(0), 110-110, 2005

    Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Intelligent Informatics

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130005034908
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AA12165648
  • Text Lang
    UNK
  • ISSN
    1882-0212
  • NDL Article ID
    024278758
  • NDL Call No.
    YH247-544
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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