Airworthiness Support Measures Analogy to the Prospective Roundabouts Alternatives: Theoretical Aspects

The goal of this paper is to investigate theoretically the possible directions of some specified methods for the alternative roundabouts effectiveness modeling and optimization. The out-coming criteria have an economical interpretation. Those are the objective functionals of the alternative roundabouts effectiveness as the profit gained in the course of the traffic flow changes in the view of the integral form. This is modeled taking into consideration the transport infrastructure functioning elements such as the traffic flow of a capacity model. It takes into account two major components of the transportation services which are the alternative roundabouts business’ incomes and expenses relating to the roundabouts transportation worthiness support. The prototypic approach is that one from the aircraft airworthiness support measures models. Corresponding managerial influences with respect to environmental, safety, utility, and other issues, as well as probable impacts, are modeled with the construction of the relevant under-integral expressions, equations, and appropriate coefficients and parameters of the mathematical models. The achieved theoretical results, on the basis of the Euler-Lagrange equation and accepted assumptions, have been checked for the sufficiency of the objective functional maximum presence at the “point” with the use of the conducted computer simulation. The necessary diagrams are plotted in order to illustrate the theoretical contemplations and speculations, as well as to check the correctness of the applied mathematical derivations and visualize the models’ preciseness and abilities. The theoretically constructed mathematical models have a significance of the prognostic values applicability required at the alternative roundabouts effectiveness modeling and optimization ensuring their design progress and evolutions.

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  • Accession Number: 01687285
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Nov 7 2018 2:42PM