Study on the Vehicle Linear Dynamic Interval in a Traffic Flow

https://doi.org/10.26552/com.C.2021.1.E11-E22

  • Oleg Fyodorovich Danilov
  • Victor Ivanovich Kolesov
  • Denis Alexandrovich Sorokin
  • Maxim Leonidovich Gulaev
Keywords: smart city, dynamic interval, traffic flow, speed, intensity, density, road coverage

Abstract

The transportation industry of a modern city involves the effective systems for the road traffic management. To manage any object is impossible without understanding its specifics. The tasks of road traffic management are based on mathematical models of traffic flows. The “following the leader” model based on the linear dynamic interval of vehicles has become widely accepted in the model analysis. The paper discusses the mathematical model of the linear dynamic interval of vehicles; the model is identified structurally and parametrically. Coefficients of the model are analyzed in detail; a generalized assessment of the dynamic performance of the traffic flow, evolved in various road conditions, is given. The study has resulted in the proposed basic models for traffic flows that can be used for algorithmic support of the model analysis of traffic flows and the road traffic management.

Author Biographies

Oleg Fyodorovich Danilov

Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education “Industrial University of Tyumen” (IUT), Tyumen, Russian Federation

Victor Ivanovich Kolesov

Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education “Industrial University of Tyumen” (IUT), Tyumen, Russian Federation

Denis Alexandrovich Sorokin

Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education “Industrial University of Tyumen” (IUT), Tyumen, Russian Federation

Maxim Leonidovich Gulaev

Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education “Industrial University of Tyumen” (IUT), Tyumen, Russian Federation

Published
2021-01-04
How to Cite
Oleg Fyodorovich Danilov, Victor Ivanovich Kolesov, Denis Alexandrovich Sorokin, & Maxim Leonidovich Gulaev. (2021). Study on the Vehicle Linear Dynamic Interval in a Traffic Flow. Communications - Scientific Letters of the University of Zilina, 23(1), E11-E22. https://doi.org/10.26552/com.C.2021.1.E11-E22
Section
Management Science and Informatics in Transport