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A COMPREHENSIVE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT STRATEGY FOR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS IN USA

Transportation systems in USA are an integral part of the current infrastructure systems and involves a huge investment as part of the government and taxpayers. Therefore, transportation systems have economic, social and vital importance for the U.S. Security and safety of transportation systems and infrastructures in case of any possible future disasters and hazards are crucial for state transportation agencies. The objective of this paper is to develop and implement a comprehensive emergency

Kasim A. KORKMAZ

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 153–162

Article

TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT AS A TOOL OF TRANSPORT POLICY

This article presents the concept of transportation demand management (TDM) in the EU transport policy context. Authors present the source of transport intensity problems and also show good practices that effectively reduce the transport demand. To identify the major transportation demand problems that cities are faced with, primary and secondary research was carried out. Primary research shows the social awareness of mobility management. Secondary research consists of a thorough review of the

Ryszard Barcik, Leszek Bylinko

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 121–131

Article

A STUDY OF COST AND EMISSIONS CONSIDERING SPEED OPTIMIZATION IN TRANS EURASIA TRANSPORTATION BASED ON INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION

People attach much importance to greenhouse gas emissions, and there is an increasing concern on cost and emissions on account of speed reduction for international shipping. Low steaming encountered these challenges of time constraint and technical requirements, while the cost and emissions of railway transportation distinctly differentiate from international shipping and it is a good substitute for international shipping to some extent. Intelligent transportation system (ITS) has proven to be

Xu Dongmin, Dingyi, Huang Youfang, Yang Bin

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 1, 191–214

Research Article

INVESTIGATION INTO THE BIMODAL TRANSPORTATION PROCESS BY MODELLING RAIL MODULE STATES

The bimodal transportation process, which takes into account the modelling of rail module states, has been studied. The article demonstrates marked graphs of rail module states with and without running gear change in operation. It has been established which states have the greatest impact on the probability of a steady mode. The work has considered fractality of arrivals and its range in the queueing system with priorities.

Оleksander LAVRUKHIN, Victor ZAPARA, Yaroslav ZAPARA, Olga SHAPATINA, Ganna BOGOMAZOVA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 99–111

Research Article

CEMENT TRANSPORTATION LIMITED-FLEET MODELING AND ASSIGNING TO RATED DEMANDS

Summary. Transportation is an inseparable part of the supply chain, with a key role in product distribution. This role is highlighted when ratio of “the cost of transportation” to “the value of goods” such as cement is significant. Iran has recently become one of the main centers of cement production in the world. However, transportation is the most important challenge in cement distribution because of weak structure of the transportation fleet and its independent action. Independence of and

Narjes MASHHADI BANDANI, Alireza NADERI, Mohsen AKBARPOUR SHIRZAEI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 111–123

research-article

SUPPORTING FACTORS AND FACTORY EMPLOYEE’S BEHAVIOUR IN THE USE OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION MODE IN JAKARTA

1. INTRODUCTION Traffic congestion is one of the factors causing decrease in the quality of the community’s life [1]. Congestion occurs because the number of public transportation modes available cannot keep up with the increasing needs of the community [2]. This ultimately impedes sustainable development objectives due to increased travel costs and worsening air quality [1-3]. Congestion has become a problem for all major cities in the world, even developed countries cannot avoid. The Dutch

Herdis HERDIANSYAH, Hudy Prabowo EDYSON, Sessario Bayu MANGKARA, Zulfahmi Ilman HINDAMI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 127–139

Case Study

A CASE STUDY ON PERCEPTIONS OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN THE EASTERN PROVINCE OF SAUDI ARABIA

Health Organization’s 2016 top 15 cities with the worst air pollution. Local studies have shown that vehicle traffic is a significant contributor to poor air quality and thus, eventually, climate change. Public transportation could alleviate some of the pollution. Unfortunately, overall past perceptions of public transportation and its negative connotations within the Saudi Arabian cultural setting have discouraged previous attempts to develop public transit services. Currently, KSA is

Helen Palmer PETERSON, Zulfat AL KASSIM

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 5–15

Research Article

DECISION MAKING ON CARGO-FLOWS MANAGEMENT IN INTEGRATED PRODUCTION AND TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM

Summary. The problem of real time cargo-flows management in the integrated production and transportation system on example of machine-building enterprise is viewed optimal number of order cards in production and transportation system, which provides reduction in logistic costs. The building approach of membership function of linguistic terms, which characterize work-in-process level and waiting time, based on deterministic stock management model and queuing system is proposed.

Julia BULGAKOVA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 83–94

Research Article

NEURAL NETWORKS IN TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH – RECENT APPLICATIONS

the solutions are examined. The review shows that feedforward multilayer neural networks are the most often utilised configurations in transportation research. No systematic approach is reported on the optimisation of the NN configurations to achieve a set level of performance in solving modelling tasks.

Teresa PAMUŁA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 27–36

Article

MODEL TO CALCULATE THE OPTIMAL MODE OF TRAIN LOCOMOTIVES TURNOVER

Summary. A model to calculate the optimal work modes of train locomotives while serving train flows is proposed. The model is a further development of the dynamic transportation problem. Parameters of train movement and locomotive utilization are published. Both locomotive turnover and train schedules are produced. Useful utilization of locomotives increases from 70% to 90–95%. This allows the reduction of several thousands of train locomotives.

Petr KOZLOV, Sergey VAKULENKO, Nikolay TUSHIN, Elena TIMUKHINA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 125–133

Research Article

Transportation network reduction

Network reduction problem is formulated as follows: We are given a transportation network T, a set of important origin – destination relations R and a number q greater than 1. The goal is to find a subnetwork S of the given network T such that all shortest paths between all origin – destination pairs from R using only subnetwork S are not longer than q-multiple of the corresponding distance in original network T. A mathematical model and an exact algorithm of just mentioned task is presented.

Stanislav PALÚCH, Štefan PEŠKO, Tomáš MAJER, Jan ČERNÝ

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 69–74

Research Article

RECYCLING AND PROPERTIES OF RECYCLED ALUMINIUM ALLOYS USED IN THE TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY

Summary. Nowadays, a transportation industry creates a lot of metal scrap because production and use of cars are on the increase worldwide. This is based on the fact that increase in the production of cars increases usage of aluminium alloys in transportationapplications. Therefore, it is necessary to reduce the production of components from primary aluminium alloy and increase their replacement with secondary—recycled—aluminium alloys because the production of recycled aluminium

Lenka KUCHARIKOVÁ, Eva TILLOVÁ, Otakar BOKŮVKA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 117–122

Research Article

DETERMINATION OF RATIONAL PARAMETERS FOR URBAN BUS ROUTE WITH COMBINED OPERATING MODE

The paper considers the problems concerning the improvement of passenger transportation process at the expense of the combined operating mode implementation. Efficiency criteria to implement the mixed conveyance forms have been formulated. An extensive approach to determine stopping points, involved in a highspeed route, has been proposed. An economic and mathematical model has been developed. The model makes it possible to study and determine both expediency and rational parameters concerning

Igor TARAN, Vadim LITVIN

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 158–171

Research Article

APPLICATION OF TRIBOLOGY THEORETICAL BASES FOR WORKING OUT OF RESOURCE-SAVING SYSTEMS ON RAILWAY TRANSPORTATION

In this article we consider the increase of the resource of wheelsets of cars and locomotives. We give general data on present research in the field of tribotechnical systems, and offer alternative variants of development of domestic tribotechnical systems for railway transportation, which can be useful to replace foreign systems. The systems capable of increasing the reliability of a railway branch are described.

Vladimir SHAPOVALOV, Alexander LUBYAGOV, Pavel KHARLAMOV

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 137–146

Article

CHARACTERISTIC OF A CRITICAL NETWORK ARC IN A SERVICE SYSTEM

Vulnerability of a transportation network influences, importantly, the function of public service systems constituted on the network. To be able to study the importance of an individual network arc for proper functionality of the system, we suggested a characteristic function of the arc transit time elongation together with its upper and lower estimations. We also suggested and verified an algorithm that enables the determination of parameters of the characteristic estimation, and we provide a

Jaroslav JANÁČEK, Marek KVET

Transport Problems , ISSUE SE, 141–146

Research Article

IDENTIFYING WAREHOUSE LOCATION USING THE RADIATION THERAPY METHOD IN LOGISTIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

The paper suggests a method for determining the optimal location of service points (warehouses) based on the method for optimal planning of radiation therapy of malignant tumors. This method enabled us to identify the location of the most optimal number of warehouses taking into account their capacity for the required volume of freight transportation and distance from warehouses to consumers. The results of the study coincide with the results obtained by using the method of ant algorithm. The

Viktor DANCHUK, Olena BAKULICH, Vitaliy SVATKO

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 144–155

Article

TRAJECTORY-BASED MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT FOR RESILIENT TRANSPORTATION

trajectory” formulation introduced here, it will be shown that a trajectory-based status description is generally possible for all transport-relevant components and processes. The expected benefit of the trajectory-based transport management is illustrated by means of selected transportation scenarios.

Evelin ENGLER, Stefan GEWIES, Paweł BANYŚ, Erik GRUNEWALD

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 81–96

Article

COORDINATION OF LOCOMOTIVES TURNOVER AND SERVICING MODES

A coordinated calculation of two processes – locomotives turnover and servicing – is described. Locomotives turnover is calculated by optimization system Labyrinth and servicing by dynamic transportation problem. Service programs integrate these processes. A model of coordinated arrival of locomotives at servicing stations is proposed. The calculation consists of three interrelated steps. The first step is the calculation of the optimal locomotive turnover without considering

Petr KOZLOV, Elena TIMUKHINA, Nikolay TUSHIN

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 19–26

Article

A MODEL OF TRANSIT FREIGHT DISTRIBUTION ON A RAILWAY  NETWORK

The peculiarity of the transit freight transportation by rail in international traffic is the fact that while performing transportation, the railway administrations are in competition among themselves. At the same time, the routes of cargo traffic volumes significantly depend on the conditions of transportation by railways of individual states. The mathematical model for the distribution of transit freight traffic volumes on the railway network, based on the methods of graph theory and game

Dmytro KOZACHENKO, Vladyslav SKALOZUB, Bogdan GERA, Yuliia HERMANIUK, Ruslana KOROBIOVA, Aleksandra GORBOVA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 17–26

Research paper

MEASURING FLOW PARAMETERS OF PARTICULATE AND POWDERY SOLIDS IN INDUSTRIAL TRANSPORTATION PROCESSES

This paper provides an overview of existing technologies to measure flow parameters, such as material velocity and material concentration, in industrial transportation processes of particulate and powdery solids with a focus on pneumatic conveying. Restrictions, advantages and drawbacks of state of the art measurement principles are discussed. We show that capacitance-based sensing with suitable electrode topology allows for non-invasive, low-cost determination of flow parameters. Two

A. Fuchs, H. Zangl

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 2, 388–402

Research Article

Complex Evaluation of Electric Rail Transport Implementation in Vilnius City

The article analyses the current problems of Vilnius city public transportation. The possible solutions (options) and the technical means to improve the attractiveness of public transportation and accessibility are considered. Two main alternatives of means of electric transport (underground and tram) have been singled out for Vilnius city. The suitability of these rail transport means have been substantiated. The nature and density of the work and residence places (areas) of Vilnius city

Gintautas BUREIKA, Stasys STEIŠŪNAS

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 49–60

Case Study

INVESTIGATING THE ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY OF WASTE COLLECTION AND TRANSPORTATION – CASE STUDY FOR URBAN AND RURAL MUNICIPALITIES IN POLAND

collection, which include transportation costs, personal costs, as well as administrative costs, including fees for using the environment and the fee for waste management at the landfill. The mass from the separate collection increased for three municipalities from 2014, showing a positive impact of the new regulations considering secondary raw materials for recycling. In the five years of the study, the variable purchase prices of recyclable materials adversely affected the economic efficiency of the

Mariusz WALA, Piotr NOWAKOWSKI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 93–105

Article

ECONOMIC–GEOGRAPHICAL METHOD DELIMITING WAGON FLOWS IN THE REGION CONSIDERED: MODEL AND ALGORITHM

The problem of effective management of the railway freight flows in the conditions of the multiplicity of operators requires the rationalization of the transportation process. The further development of the authors’ research on creating the mathematical model of the railway freight flows in the region transportation and technological system is presented. For the first time, the theory of algebraic curves of higher orders is used to create a territorial model of the oligopolistic market of

Oleg Chislov, Viktor Bogachev, Vyacheslav Zadorozhniy, Taras Bogachev

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 39–48

Research Article

THE OPTIMIZATION APPROACH OF POSTAL TRANSPORTATION NETWORK BASED ON UNCAPACITATED FIXED CHARGE LOCATION MODEL IN CONDITIONS OF SLOVAK REPUBLIC

The article deals with the possibilities of optimizing the postal transportation network with respect to planned road infrastructure. The research adopted in this article uses allocation models within graph theory to obtain results for addressed optimization problem. The article presents and compares two types of these models – p-median and uncapacitated fixed charge facility location model. The latter is subsequently applied on the postal network to determine the optimal location of postal

Radovan MADLEŇÁK, Jozef ŠTEFUNKO

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 35–43

Research Article

ANALYSIS OF THE CITY TRANSPORT SYSTEM’S DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY DESIGN PRINCIPLES WITH ACCOUNT OF RISKS AND SPECIFIC FEATURES OF SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT

Summary. Transport system is the key indicator of sustainable spatial development, because if it is ineffective it can render the economy, the environment, and society vul-nerable. Despite the large number of already existing research, the city transportation sys-tem’s development strategy design is still a relevant objective, because the existing ways and strategies of the transport development may not always be applicable in certain cir-cumstances. This article presents the possible ways of

Irina MAKAROVA, Ksenia SHUBENKOVA, Larisa GABSALIKHOVA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 125–138

Article

PROBLEMS OF ANALYST COMPETENCY FORMATION FOR MODERN TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

Intelligent information and analytical basis of a modern transport system is a prerequisite for efficient functioning of the digital economy. Modern transport systems are based on new intelligent technologies and new organizational principles, which is why the functions and competences of specialists in transportation are changing very rapidly. This paper substantiates the need and reveals the content of new competencies of specialists for modern transport systems, which should be ready to take

Svetlana LYAPINA, Valentina TАRASOVA, Marina FEDOTOVA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 71–82

Research Article

THREATS AND RISKS DURING TRANSPORTATION OF LNG ON EUROPEAN INLAND WATERWAYS

Summary. This paper describes guidelines and recommendations for emergencies and incidents on inland waterways. It also provides a review of existing knowledge of an LNG incident that occurred along the European inland waterway corridors. The article also reports on the latest progress in incident guidelines and describes the tools for port authorities to control credible scenarios produced by human or technical failures. This paper aims to analyse the risks that occur during transportation of

Andrea GALIERIKOVÁ, Tomáš KALINA, Jarmila SOSEDOVÁ

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 73–81

Research Article

EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL OF REGIONAL RAILWAY LINES

Summary. There is a significant number of railway networks within many Middle- and East-European countries operated only by regional lines, usually with a great difference between travel demand and transportation offer. This difference is reflected in the whole economic balance of the lines of the service there, resulting as an essential input for the assessment of rail system efficiency. This paper is the conclusion of the Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU), Faculty of Transportation

Tomáš JAVOŘÍK, Václav NOVOTNÝ, Lukáš TÝFA, Martin VANĚK

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 111–126

Research Article

SOLVING TRANSPORT LOGISTICS PROBLEMS IN A VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE THROUGH ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE METHODS

The paper offers a solution to the problem of material flow allocation within a virtual enterprise by using artificial intelligence methods. The research is based on the use of fuzzy relations when planning for optimal transportation modes to deliver components for manufactured products. The Fuzzy Logic Toolbox is used to determine the optimal route for transportation of components for manufactured products. The methods offered have been exemplified in the present research. The authors have

Vitaliy PAVLENKO, Tetiana PAVLENKO, Olga MOROZOVA, Anna KUZNETSOVA, Olena VOROPAI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 31–42

Article

REINFORCEMENT OF COMPOSITE PIPELINES FOR MULTIPURPOSE TRANSPORTATION

Liudmyla TRYKOZ, Svetlana KAMCHATNAYA, Oksana PUSTOVOITOVA, Armen ATYNIAN

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 69–79

Research Article

IMPROVING THE METHODS OF ESTIMATION OF THE UNIT TRAIN EFFECTIVENESS

Summary. The article presents the results of studies of freight transportation by unit trains. The article is aimed at developing the methods of the efficiency evaluation of unit train dispatch on the basis of full-scale experiments. Duration of the car turnover is a random variable when dispatching the single cars and group cars, as well as when dispatching them as a part of a unit train. The existing methodologies for evaluating the efficiency of unit trains’ make-up are based on the use of

Dmytro KOZACHENKO, Roman VERNIGORA, Volodymyr BALANOV, Nazar SANNYTSKYY, Nikolay BEREZOVY, Tetiana BOLVANOVSKA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 91–101

Article

OPTIMIZATION OF THE POSITION OF THE LOCAL DISTRIBUTION CENTRE OF THE REGIONAL POST LOGISTICS NETWORK

, repairs, fuel costs of the vehicle, etc.) labour costs of the drivers and so on. For this reason, it is important to find such an operational - organizational solutions that can reduce the costs associated with the transportation of postal shipments, resulting in reducing the total cost of postal services. One option to do this is to minimize the length of postal transportation routes. This article presents the approach based on the application of graph theory to optimize existing connections of

Paweł DROŹDZIEL, Monika WIŃSKA, Radovan MADLEŇÁK, Paweł SZUMSKI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 43–50

Research Article

PAYMENT MONITORING AS A LEADING ISSUE IN THE OPERATION OF TRANSPORT COMPANIES IN POLAND

Kamil ROMAN

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 5–12

Article

A LOGISTIC SERVICE MODEL FOR DISABLED PERSONS IN MOBILITY BY TOWN-SERVICE BUSES

The paper dwells on the methodology for assessing the efficiency of transport services in transportation of disabled people on the local urban regular bus routes. Proposed methodology is based on the level of organization of transport system and logistics approaches and principles for determining the quality of adaptation to requirements of disabled people transportation. The paper describes the identification of the conditions for coordination of regular urban bus routes for disabled persons

Pridon GOGIASHVILI, Gocha LEKVEISHVILI, David KBILASHVILI, Jumber CHOGOVADZE, Vazha DOGRASHVILI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 159–167

Research Article

A Hybrid MAC Mechanism for Multiple Load Intelligent Vehicle Transportation Network

Yuan LIU, Yuhao WANG, Siyue CHEN, Xiao LI, Zhengfa RAO

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 4, 662–674

Research Article

GUIDANCE-BASED ON-LINE MOTION PLANNING FOR AUTONOMOUS HIGHWAY OVERTAKING

In the context of intelligent transportation, this paper presents a novel on-line trajectory-generation method for autonomous lane changing. The proposed scheme is guidance based, real-time applicable, and ensures safety and passenger ride comfort. Based on the principles of Rendezvous Guidance, the passing vehicle is guided in real-time to match the position and velocity of a shadow target (i.e., rendezvous with) during the overtaking manoeuvre. The shadow target’s position and velocity are

Usman Ghumman, Faraz Kunwar, Beno Benhabib

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 2, 549–571

Article

AN APPLICATION OF AHP METHOD FOR EXAMINING THE TRANSPORT PLAN OF PASSENGER TRAINS IN BULGARIAN RAILWAY NETWORK

transportation; determination of the number of trains by criterion of minimum direct operating costs for transportation of each variant scheme using linear optimization model; application of AHP method to define the weights of criteria and ranking the variants schemes; and selection of an optimal transport plan according to the criterion of a minimum ratio of normalized direct operating costs to the AHP score. The methodology was experimented in Bulgarian railway network.

Svetla STOILOVA, Radina NIKOLOVA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 37–48

Research Article

Robotic transport complex of automotive vehicles for handling of rock mass at the process of open cast mining

The article is concerned with the applicability of the robotic transportation complex of automotive barrows for haulage transportation along various transport routes of mining enterprises. The simultaneous application of robotic transport and telemetry links makes the door-to-door transportation possible, i.e. direct transportation from the starting to the final point avoiding intermediate storage and a considerable part of auxiliary equipment.

Anatoly KOLGA, Alexander RAKHMANGULOV, Nikita OSINTSEV, Aleksander SŁADKOWSKI, Ivan STOLPOVSKIKH

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 109–116

Article

FINDING THE SHORTEST PATHS AMONG CITIES IN JAVA ISLAND USING NODE COMBINATION BASED ON DIJKSTRA ALGORITHM

. The experimental results show that the accuracy of node combination is 92.88% with the Google Map as the reference. The successful implementation of algorithm in finding the shortest path on the real problem is a good point; therefore, the algorithm can be developed to solve the transportation network problem.

Bilqis Amaliah, Chastine Fatichah, Olyn Riptianingdyah

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 4, 2219–2236

Article

CREATION OF PROMISING TRANSPORTATION DEVICES USING MECHANISMS BASED ON FLEXIBLE TUBULAR ELEMENTS

Olga BARYSHNIKOVA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 41–48

Article

THE EFFICIENCY OF TRANSPORTATING PERISHABLE GOODS BY ROAD AND RAIL

This research analyses the competitive advantages of road and rail transport through the example of Ukraine transportation market. Spheres of efficient usage of rail and road transport while transporting perishable goods have been studied. The key factors influencing the mode choice, as well as the kinds of cargo that depend on the mode choice have been determined with the help of revealed preference data. A mathematical model of mode choice has been offered. The criterion of the effectiveness

Mariia OLKHOVA, Yurii DAVIDICH, Dmytro ROSLAVTSEV, Nataliia DAVIDICH

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 37–50

Article

METHODS OF SUBSTANTIATION OF SPECIALIZATION OF RAILWAY LINES

The article proposes methodological principles for substantiating the specialization of main railway lines based on the primary types of passenger or freight traffic in order to improve the level of transport services, economic efficiency, and reliability of the transportation process. The search for a solution to the problem provides a rational distribution of transport flows and investment measures, with the subsequent finding of a compromised operation for a set of effective alternatives.

Andrey BORODIN, Evgenia PROKOFIEVA

Transport Problems , ISSUE SE, 35–44

Research Article

The use of modern information technology in research on transport accessibility

Bartosz BARTOSIEWICZ, Szymon WIŚNIEWSKI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 87–98

Article

DEVELOPMENT OF A DESIGN-EXPERIMENTAL METHODOLOGY FOR THE PREDICTION OF RELIABLE EXPLOITATION OF FREIGHT RAILWAY CARS

The article is devoted to the front burner problem of effective exploitation of industrial tank-wagons with the presence of residual operation time. The procedure of valuation of tank-cars’ residual operation time for liquid gas transportation was proposed first. Key technical and exploitation parameters of the tank-wagon model 15-1408-10 according to testing loads that simulate loads in real exploitation were approved. The calculation, which, as against existent ones for valuation of

Valeriia VOROPAI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 21–34

Research Article

SPECIFICATION OF A LOCATION FOR OPTED PORT LOGISTICS CENTER IN A GIVEN AREA USING THE METHOD OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH

This paper is focused on area identification to find a proper location for the specific port logistic center in a certain territory by applying the particular method of operational research. Graph theory offers a useful tool for solving such problems in transportation infrastructure development. The type of the network optimization technique depends on problem definition. In the first chapter, we have explained some of the algorithms often applied for similar purposes. In this case, the focus

Jiří KOLÁŘ, Ondrej STOPKA, Srećko KRILE

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 56–63

Research Article

OPTIMUM DISTRIBUTION OF REPAIRS IN ТS-8 OF ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVES VL80С BETWEEN REPAIR DEPOTS IN THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN

The article presents the solution for the problem of optimal distribution of electric locomotives in repair enterprises for carrying out repairs in the frame of technical service - 8 (ТS-8) and increased technical service - 8 (ITS-8). The aim of the study is to improve the efficacy of a rolling stock with a simultaneous decrease in the total expenses connected with the repair of locomotives and their transportation in repair enterprises. This is possible due to a reduction in the requirement

Seidulla ABDULLAYEV, Janat MUSAYEV, Temyrbay CHIGAMBAEV, Saken MALYBAYEV, Gabit BAKYT, Assylbek TOILYBAYEV

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 19–29

Article

CONDITION FOR APPLICATION OF LOGISTIC PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE OF URBAN PUBLIC PASSENGER TRANSPORT IN THE CITY OF OMSK

transport system is developed. The measures that improve the efficiency of the passenger transportation system and provide an opportunity to advance the implementation of logistics principles are proposed. The activities took into account the experience of reforming the public transport system in other cities, the characteristics of the Omsk city system and a view to engagement of other scientists in this field of science.

Sergey MOCHALIN, Mariya KASPER, Oleg NIKIFOROV, Grigory LEVKIN

Transport Problems , ISSUE SE, 71–86

Article

OPTIMIZATION OF PERIODIC UNITARY ONLINE SCHEDULE OF TRANSPORT TASKS OF HIGHWAY ROAD TRAINS

The paper is devoted to the problem of optimization of transport tasks’ execution schedule. The exploitation of a group of interdependent highway road trains is considered. The task differs from the known ones by limitations of the duration of a cycle within which a maximum number of goods transportation orders must be fulfilled. There are also limited intervals of time when loading and unloading of vehicles is permitted at appropriate points of a transport network. The solution of the

Myroslav OLISKEVYCH

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 111–122

Research Article

THE METHODOLOGY OF RATING QUALITY STANDARDS IN THE REGIONAL PASSENGER TRANSPORT

interaction of the transportation the peoples with the transport system. The paper is focussed on the quality evaluation of performance in regional passenger rail transport in relation to other modes of public transport. Hereby it is necessary to research the perception of quality services as well its value for the client (passenger) as well to on scientific approach. In this point of the technological process of transport, the main bearer of the quality of transport services are the vehicles and the

Vladislav ZITRICKÝ, Jozef GAŠPARÍK, Lumír PEČENÝ

Transport Problems , ISSUE SE, 59–72

Article

FORECASTING THE OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES OF THE SEA PASSENGER TERMINAL USING INTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGIES

transport model and the practical conditions for the implementation of the model in the real terminal operation. In this article, the analysis technique of intelligent simulation-based terminal services provides a new mathematical model of passenger movement inside the terminal and presents a new software instrument. Moreover, the conditions of implementation of some transportation models during the operation of marine passenger terminal are examined. The study represents an example of analytical

Srećko KRILE, Nikolai MAIOROV, Vladimir FETISOV

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 27–36

Research Article

Outsourcing strategy selection for transportation services based on the Make or Buy decision

Maria CIEŚLA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 91–98

Research Article

GRAVITY PIPELINE TRANSPORT FOR HARDENING FILLING MIXTURES

sustainable mode of motion of such a mixture in the pipeline. Hardening stowing mixture changes its rheological characteristics over time, which complicates the calculation of the parameters of pipeline transportation. The article suggests a method of determining the initial parameters of such mixtures: the status coefficient, indicator of transportability, coefficient of hydrodynamic resistance to motion of the mixture. These indicators characterize the mixture in terms of the possibility to transport it

Leonid KROUPNIK, Roza ABDYKALYKOV, Aleksander SŁADKOWSKI, Yuryi SHAPOSHNIK, Sergeyi SHAPOSHNIK

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 129–136

Research Article

Multicriteria vehicle routing problem solved by artificial immune system

Vehicles route planning in large transportation companies, where drivers are workers, usually takes place on the basis of experience or intuition of the employees. Because of the cost and environmental protection, it is important to save fuel, thus planning routes in an optimal way. In this article an example of the problem is presented solving delivery vans route planning taking into account the distance and travel time within the constraints of vehicle capacities, restrictions on working time

Bogna MRÓWCZYŃSKA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 141–152

Research Article

New approach in definition of multi-stop flight routes

Optimization and profitability approaches play a crucial and central role in airline industry today. The main problem is how to overcome complexity by providing effective route schedule with minimal empty seats. So we need capable tools to re-optimize existing flight routes or to offer new one instead. This research deals about the efficient heuristic algorithm for optimal transportation of N different passenger contingents between ending points. We want to find out better transport plan with

Srećko KRILE, Marina KRILE

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 87–96

Research Article

Determine the safe transport of dangerous goods route

algorithms, working out the optimal routes for dangerous goods transportation by the minimum of the RTA occurrence probability.

Viktor DOLIA, Irina ENGLEZI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 31–44

Research Article

Economic effects of time loss in passenger transport – evidence from selected polish cities

Time is a necessary factor in processes of transportation. The economic value of travel time is the opportunity cost of the time spent on journey, so the reduction of travel time becomes the main goal of transport network users. Travel time losses in passenger transport are frequently observed in crowded cities, which are facing different types of traffic congestion. The article shows the analysis of the complicated causes of travel time loss, the need of implementing some simplifications

Agnieszka WAŻNA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 49–55

Research Article

WHOLESALER TO RETAILER GOODS FORWARDING CONTROLLING

Summary. The modern trends in the development of logistics controlling through the prism of collaboration between wholesale companies and retail chains have been considered. The nature and structure of cargo transportation by the wholesale company tothe retail chain have been analysed. The key transportation processes have been identified and the reliance on transportation drivers-forwarders for their effectiveness has been determined. The study has resulted in the program

Oleg NIKIFOROV, Grigory LEVKIN,, Roman SIMAK, Sergey MOCHALIN, Katerina DZYUBINA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 37–50

Article

MODELING OF THE RAIL FREIGHT TRAFFIC BY THE METHOD OF ECONOMIC-GEOGRAPHICAL DELIMITATION IN THE REGION  OF THE SOUTH-EASTER COAST OF THE BALTIC SEA

The results of further research on the creation of a mathematical model of railway freight traffic carried out in a regional transport and technological system are presented. The proposed logistic approach is applied to the issues of optimizing the management of transportation directed to ports located on the southeast coast of the Baltic Sea. Built on the basis of a comprehensive assessment of the transport infrastructure of the region under consideration and the performance of the operating

Oleg CHISLOV, Viktor BOGACHEV, Vyacheslav ZADOROZHNIY, Oleg DEMCHENKO, Vladimir KHAN, Taras BOGACHEV

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 77–87

Research Article

Solar energised transport solution and customer preferences and opinions about alternative fuel Vehicles – the case of slovenia

Authorities in Slovenia and other EU member states are confronted with problems of city transportation. Fossil-fuel based transport poses two chief problems – local and global pollution, and dwindling supplies and ever increasing costs. An elegant solution is to gradually replace the present automobile fleet with low emission vehicles. This article first explores the economics and practical viability of the provision of solar electricity for the charging of electric vehicles by installation of

Matjaž KNEZ, Marjan STERNAD

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 17–28

Article

OPTIMIZING THE TIME COSTS OF PASSENGER TRANSPORT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

The paper dwells on a mathematical model of the logistical system of transport services for persons with disabilities, and there have been analyzed factors that affect the time spent on their transportation. When developing methodology for optimizing the time costs of passenger transport of persons with disabilities, the following two basic transportation services have been taken into account: (a) "social taxi", which will transport only people with special health; (b) a vehicle

Phridon GOGIASHVILI, Jumber CHOGOVADZE, Gocha LEKVEISHVILI, David KBILASHVILI, Besik SIRBILADZE, Vazha DOGRASHVILI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 123–135

Research Article

SIMULATION MODELLING OF VITÓRIA-MINAS CLOSED-LOOP RAIL NETWORK

rolling stock, tracks and equipment, interfere with the transportation of iron ore. The primary objective of the iron ore transport is to meet the daily loading and unloading schedules and minimize queues by maximizing the operations at the loading and unloading points. The VMR simulator developed uses macro-mesoscopic approach with Monte Carlo simulation. To validate the simulator, we used actual data of the railway and compared with reality. We obtained a very good adhesion to the value of 2.9% for

Carlos Henrique Fernandes de FARIA, Marta Monteiro da Costa CRUZ

Transport Problems , ISSUE SE, 125–139

Article

A Diagnosis and Localization Method of Slime Pipe Blockage which Pressure Wave based on Wavelet Transform

Aiming at the problem of blocked pipe in coal slurry pipeline transportation process, in the two phase of the project of 50MW unit in Shanxi Huangling coal gangue power generation company, the method of pressure wave slime pipeline blockage location is proposed based on wavelet transform, which is the analysis of the pipeline positioning principle based on the pressure wave method, the pressure wave is collected by the pressure sensor installed on the pipeline. Next, the abrupt change of the

Yuanbin Hou, Jiao Dang, Dong Li, Hongxia Li

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls , ISSUE 4, 147–151

Article

GEOMETRIC DEEP PARTICLE FILTER FOR MOTORCYCLE TRACKING: DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC SYSTEM IN JAKARTA

Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) is the combination of transportation systems with Information and Communication Technology (ICT). In Jakarta traffic, there is unique issue that does not arise in developed countries: very large number of motorcycles. Nevertheless, the enabling technologies for the detection, measurement, recording, and information distribution of motorcycle have not been fully developed in the existing researches. With the above considerations, we establish research

Alexander A S Gunawan, Wisnu Jatmiko

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 1, 429–463

Article

EVALUATING STATUS OF GLOBAL INDICES OF AGE-FRIENDLY CITY IN TEHRAN METROPOLIS (AFC)

aging-related professionals and experts. Then, the resulting data were imported into SPSS22 software and analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. FINDINGS: The results indicated that, among 8 indices of age-friendly city including open spaces and buildings, transportation, housing, social participation, respect and social inclusion of the elderly, citizen participation and employment of the elderly, communication and information facilities, as well as health and local services

Ali SHARQI, Esmaeil ZARGHAMI, Milad OLFAT, Farzaneh SALEHI KOUSALARI

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment , ISSUE 3, 35–51

Research paper

APPLICATION OF BOX-JENKINS METHOD AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK PROCEDURE FOR TIME SERIES FORECASTING OF PRICES

Forecasting of prices of commodities, especially those of agricultural commodities, is very difficult because they are not only governed by demand and supply but also by so many other factors which are beyond control, such as weather vagaries, storage capacity, transportation, etc. In this paper time series models namely ARIMA (Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average) methodology given by Box and Jenkins has been used for forecasting prices of Groundnut oil in Mumbai. This approach has been

Abhishek Singh, G. C. Mishra

Statistics in Transition New Series , ISSUE 1, 83–96

Research Article

 VIDEO-BASED VEHICLE DETECTION AND CLASSIFICATION IN CHALLENGING SCENARIOS   

Abstract- In intelligent transportation system, research on vehicle detection and classification has high theory significance and application value. According to the traditional methods of vehicle detection which can’t be well applied in challenging scenario, this paper proposes a novel Bayesian fusion algorithm based on Gaussian mixture model. We extract the features of vehicle from images, including shape features, texture features, and the gradient direction histogram features after

Yiling Chen, GuoFeng Qin

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 3, 1077–1094

Article

Application of Greedy Random Adaptive Search Algorithm (GRASP) in Flight Recovery Problem

With the rapid growth of air transportation, capital is becoming increasingly scarce, and the abnormal situation of flight is becoming more and more serious. Irregular flights have become popular in society, and it is also a great difficulty for airlines. Flight recovery is a classic NP problem. It is of great theoretical significance and practical value to study flight restoration problem. The punctuality of the airline’s schedule is a key factor in retaining current customers and attracting

Wang Shaochang, Xu Fei, Yang Weixia, Ma Zhe

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls , ISSUE 1, 39–44

Article

SIMULATION OF THE ROUTE NETWORK AND FERRY TRAFFIC INTENSITY BASED ON THE PROCESS OF DISCRETIZATION AND CIRCOS PLOT INTENSITY DIAGRAM

intensities and passenger traffic. For the selected set of values, a set of new intensity circos plot diagrams are constructed. On their basis, it is possible to analyze the mutual influence of the passenger terminals on each other to analyze the ferry transportation market and the number of shipping companies on it. New scientific approach can improve the quality of research and decision-making process for research of the «passenger terminal-ferry line» system. The practical results we can

Nikolai MAIOROV, Vladimir FETISOV, Srećko KRILE, Darijo MISKOVIC

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 21–30

Research Article

REFERENCE CLASS FORECASTING IN ICELANDIC TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

Thordur Vikingur FRIDGEIRSSON

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 103–115

Case Study

MULTI-CRITERIA CHOICE OF THE REGION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A LOGISTICS CENTER BASED ON AHP: CASE STUDY FOR KAZAKHSTAN

Aleksander SŁADKOWSKI, Bagdat TELTAYEV, Madina IZTELEUOVA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 119–131

Article

ON-BOARD LANE DETECTION SYSTEM FOR INTELLIGENT VEHICLE BASED ON MONOCULAR VISION

Xiaodong Miao, Shunming Li, Huan Shen

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 4, 957–972

Research Article

INDUSTRIAL AND ENTERPRISE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION DATA ANALYSIS SYSTEM

An Industrial and Enterprise Greenhouse Gas Emission Data Analysis System, which meets with the need of those giant energy-consuming enterprises, has been set up through a series of studies about Greenhouse gas (GHG) verification method in industries such as cement, thermal power, cogeneration, transportation, sewage treatment etc. The analysis system consists of six modules: Organization structure; Facility; Activity data input; Emission data analysis; Report generation; Parameters configure

Sheng-jie LI, Jian ZHANG, Lin QI, Zhi-jie DUAN

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 2, 689–710

Research Article

Signal Controlled Junctions Calculations in Traffic-Capacity Assessment - Aimsun, Omnitrans, Webster and TP 10/2010 Results Comparison

Every increase in traffic volume on road network in towns can lead to overcrowding of road network. This results in undesirable external costs such as traffic congestions, which cause high loses in time during transportation, increased fuel consumption and thus higher production of greenhouse gases and noise. This all ultimately reduces the attractiveness of the area. The increase of traffic volume and therefrom derived traffic problems are needed to be solved during traffic-capacity assessment

Ľubomír ČERNICKÝ, Alica KALAŠOVÁ, Ján KAPUSTA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 121–130

Research Article

IDENTIFICATION OF TRAFFIC CONGESTION ON URBAN ARTERIALS FOR HETEROGENEOUS TRAFFIC

Summary. With the rapid growth of urban traffic, the gap between traffic demand and supply is increasing by the day, and traffic congestion has become a part of urban Indian life. The following aspects have become important for transportation planners and managers: identification of the frequently congested road sections, estimating their influence on the entire road network, and improving the connectivity and accessibility of the whole road network. Identification of congestion metric is the

Amudapuram Mohan RAO, K. Ramachandra RAO

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 131–142

Research Article

Who Says Networks, Says Oligarchy? Oligarchies as “Rich Club” Networks

circle. We treat oligarchy as a global property of social networks and offer an approach for measuring the oligarchical tendencies of any social network. Our main contribution is to operationalize this idea using a “rich club” approach. We demonstrate the efficacy of this approach by analyzing and comparing several urban networks: Sao Paulo urban infrastructure networks and Los Angeles and Chicago transportation policy networks.

Christopher Ansell, Renata Bichir, Shi Zhou

Connections , ISSUE 1, 20–32

Article

Traveling Route Generation Algorithm Based On LDA and Collaborative Filtering

factors, such as user’s demand, the price of route, interest arrangement, and transportation. The basic theory of route planning and generation involves multiple disciplines, including data mining, statistical machine learning, network search, pattern recognition, and spatial data mining. A scientific travel route can display as many tourist attractions and landscapes as possible to visitors, thereby improving satisfaction and happiness of tourists and promoting the long-term development of tourism

Peng Cui, Yuming Wang, Chunmei Li

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls , ISSUE 4, 47–62

Article

Improvement and Realization of CamShift Algorithm Based MotionImage Tracking

Wang Yubian, Yuri Shebzukhov

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls , ISSUE 4, 97–101

Research Article

ASSESSING BIOCIDAL ACTIVITY OF AGENTS USED IN CHEMICAL-THERMAL DECONTAMINATION OF HOSPITAL TEXTILES IN THE LIGHTOF NEW EUROPEAN STANDARD PN-EN 16616: 2015-10. CHEMICAL-THERMAL DECONTAMINATION OF TEXTILES

Appropriate decontamination of hospital textiles depends heavily on specifically defined proceedings for handling decontaminated hospital textiles (collection, segregation, packing, transportation) and appropriate disinfection in the laundry process. It is becoming increasingly common to disinfect hospital textiles in a chemical-thermal process. Disinfectants used in this process should be applied according to functional parameters defined in validated and repeatable test methods. Changes in

Patryk Tarka, Aneta Nitsch-Osuch, Krzysztof Kanecki, Agnieszka Chojecka, Olga Paduch

Postępy Mikrobiologii - Advancements of Microbiology , ISSUE 1, 113–119

Research Article

BRIDGE DEFLECTION MEASUREMENT USING WIRELESS MEMS INCLINATION SENSOR SYSTEMS

Bridge is an important part of modern transportation systems and deflection is an important index for bridge’s safety evaluation. In this paper, a method of deflection measurement using Wireless MEMS Inclination Sensor Systems (WMISS) is presented and validated. Firstly, based on various bridge deflection measuring methods, the method of deflection measurement using inclination parameter is introduced. Secondly, a low-power wireless inclination sensor based on 3D-MEMS SCA60 inclinometer

Yan Yu, Hang Liu, Dongsheng Li, Xingquan Mao, Jinping Ou

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 1, 38–57

Article

MODELING OF THE CONTROLLED TRACTION POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM IN THE SPACE-TIME COORDINATES

Dmitry BOSYI, Yevhen KOSARIEV

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 5–19

Article

ANALYSIS OF DYNAMICS OF AMETRO VEHICLEMODEL WITH DIFFERENTIALWHEELSETS

Rafał MELNIK, Bogdan SOWIŃSKI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 113–124

Article

THE CONSTRUCTIVE SOLUTION AND CALCULATION OF ELEMENTS OF THE UNIFIED MODULE OF THE MOBILE BRIDGE OVERCROSSING

Adil KADYROV, Kyrmyzy BALABEKOVA, Aleksandr GANYUKOV,, Serik AKHMEDIYEV

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 59–69

Article

TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS AND MODELLING TO PREDICT AVIATION SAFETY PERFORMANCE INDEX

Andrej LALIŠ

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 51–58

Article

ANALYSIS OF FORMING TREAD WHEEL SETS

Igor IVANOV, Dmitrii EVSEEV, Irina OVSYANIKOVA, Alexander TARAPANOV

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 35–42

Article

MODELS OF APPLICATION ECONOMIC VALUE ADDED IN AUTOMOTIVE COMPANY

Eva MALICHOVA, Maria DURISOVA, Emese TOKARCIKOVA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 93–102

Article

POSSIBILITIES OF INCREASING THE DURABILITY OF CHAIN WHEELS OF ARMOURED-FACE CONVEYORS

Andrzej N. WIECZOREK

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 71–82

Article

QUANTILE ANALYSIS OF THE OPERATING COSTS OF THE PUBLIC TRANSPORT FLEET

Karol ANDRZEJCZAK, Jarosław SELECH

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 103–111

Article

ORGANISATION OF THE WORK ON COLLECTING ROUTES IN POSTAL ACTIVITY THROUGH AN AUTOMATED SYSTEM FOR COLLECTION OF INFORMATION

Velizara PENCHEVA, Asen ASENOV, Dzhemal TOPCHU, Ivan BELOEV, Boris EVSTATIEV

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 147–157

Article

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN ELECTRIC TRACTION DRIVE BASED ON A SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTOR

Serhii Buriakovskyi, Artem Maslii, Olga Pasko, Ihor Denys

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 69–79

Article

GENERATING AND MODELING OF BRAKING CURVE AND THE ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY OF AUTOMATIC STOPPING OF THE TRAIN

Jan Anuszczyk, Andrzej Gocek, Krzysztof Pacholski, Bartosz Dominikowski

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 13–25

Article

ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND CARBON FOOTPRINT OF AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE AND A VEHICLE WITH AN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE

Robert Robert Muha, Aleš Peroša

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 49–58

Article

DIFFERENT DEFUZZIFICATION METHODS IN GUIMBAL CABRI G2 HELICOPTER TAKEOFF POSSIBILITY EVALUATION

Marlena Mendrek, Norbert Grzesik, Aneta Krzyżak, Konrad Kuźma

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 27–38

Article

DYNAMIC REGULATION OF THE PERCENTAGE COMPOSITION OF THE MIX DIESEL AND BIODIESEL FUEL

Orest Horbay, Andrii Poliakov, Mykola Hrechaniuk, Inna Vishtak

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 59–67

Article

REDUCTION OF ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE'S ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY SCALABLE TRACTIVE POWER CONTROL

Andrey Andryushchenko, Pavel Kolpahchyan, Alexander Zarifyan Jr.

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 103–110

Article

RESEARCH OF TOKEN RING NETWORK OPTIONS IN AUTOMATION SYSTEM OF MARSHALLING YARD

Igor Zhukovyts'kyy, Victoria Pakhomova

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 149–158

Article

PREDICTION AND VALIDATION FOR THE AERODYNAMIC NOISE OF HIGH-SPEED TRAIN POWER CAR

Shi-jie Jiang, Song Yang, Dan Wu, Bang-Chun Wen

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 91–102

Article

BRAKING EFFICIENCY DETERMINED USING AN ACCELEROMETER IN THE ASPECT OF TECHNICAL CONDITION OF SHOCK ABSORBER

Łukasz Konieczny, Rafał Burdzik, Jan Warczek, Robert Jaworski, Bogusław Śleziak

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 81–90

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