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|Title:||A synthetic approach to the evaluation of the carrying capacity of complex railway nodes|
|Authors:||MALAVASI Gabriele; MOLKOVÁ Tatiana; RICCI Stefano; ROTOLI FRANCESCO|
|Citation:||JOURNAL OF RAIL TRANSPORT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT vol. 4 no. 1–2 p. 28-42|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The evaluation of carrying capacity of complex railway nodes is a typical problem to be faced in metropolitan areas. This paper initially analyzes a few methods (Potthoff methodology, Probabilistic approach and Deutsche Bahn procedure) for the evaluation of carrying capacity of complex railway nodes. The aim of the article is to investigate commonalities and differences among these methods in order to try (even in the continuation of the research) to identify potential margins of improvement or to formulate a new approach to evaluate the use of stations in a synthetic mode, considering the characteristics and the limits of the existing and analyzed models. The results of the theoretical analysis have been validated by means of applications to typical case studies.|
|JRC Directorate:||Growth and Innovation|
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