Chernov A.,Rostov State Civil Engineering University |
Butakova M.,Rostov State Transport University |
Gorgorova V.,Rostov State Civil Engineering University
Life Science Journal | Year: 2014
The paper presents a new class of intellectual agent's models for artificial immune system with multiagent platform. The fuzzy artificial immune system is used to design a general hybrid approach to monitoring system. The paper proposes multilevel structure of hybrid monitoring system with multi-agent cooperation and classification of fault event processing. On high level, artificial immune system produces agents, which are equipped with fuzzy classification algorithms. On low level, proposed system behave itself as fuzzy-dynamical system for registering and processing a sequence of fault events. The detailed structure and mathematical model of proposed fuzzy-dynamical system is developed. Fuzzy dynamical model of autonomous intelligent agent using nonlinear autoregression model is developed.
Zyryanov V.,Rostov State Civil Engineering University |
Fialkin V.,Rostov State Civil Engineering University |
Keridy P.,Moscow Research Design Institute of Transport and Region Development
17th ITS World Congress | Year: 2010
This paper aims to develop a microsimulation of freight transport that can incorporate moving of heavy vehicles on the urban network and at inner area of harbour. The increase of efficiency of transportation of the constantly increasing goods volume is very important for the quality of life and keeping sustainable transport system. On the road network near ports and terminals is continuous increase volumes of freight vehicles that can be reach 20% in total volume of traffic flow. For the elimination of these problems the essential importance has application of modelling. The our investigation is based on the integrated microscopic simulation model including city network and port area for one of terminals in Port of Novorossiysk, one of the biggest ports of Russia. In our case at microsimulation the logistic chain extends up to each vessel and point of loading/unloading. Result of performance of the project is proposals on development of dedicated roads for trucks and forecasting of work of transport in the port at increasing of demand of transportation. The investigation is based on the integrated microscopic simulation model including city network and port area for one of terminals in Port of Novorossiysk. As far as we know, former researches with application of microsimulation were limited only to an estimation of parameters of using Parking Area for trucks at port of Livorno depending on demand . However in our case at microsimulation the logistic chain extends up to each vessel and point of loading/unloading. The figure 1 depicts simulation model built with AIMSUN for the part of Port Area of the Novorossiysk. This is enlargement approaches of modeling, including integrated microsimulation for truck flow on the general network and inner port area. Whereas truck flow create essential additional loading on a city network it is necessary to have the detailed model of the general network. Therefore the general structure of the project includes following stages.
Zyryanov V.,Rostov State Civil Engineering University
19th Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress, ITS 2012 | Year: 2012
It is evident that in forthcoming years in Russia will increase interest to use large events for development of urban transport infrastructure in the host cities. Large events give host cities the possibility to create modern urban network, traffic management system, public transport and provide sustainable development. In this paper is presented results of the first steps of transport planning and traffic simulation to prepare transport infrastructure of Rostov-on-Don (Russia) for FIFA World Cup 2018. There was high priority to develop strategic concept for urban transport system, define traffic demand, especially for peak periods, develop ITS and implement preliminary traffic simulation. Research, experiments, simulation and design were performed on the city network.
Isaev B.N.,Rostov State Civil Engineering University |
Badeev S.Y.,Rostov State Civil Engineering University |
Lunev A.G.,Rostov State Civil Engineering University |
Tsapkova N.N.,Rostov State Civil Engineering University |
And 3 more authors.
Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering | Year: 2010
A method is proposed for the strengthening of highly compressible saturated soils by the method of injection through directed fissures. Test results are presented for the reinforced bed of a conventional foundation subjected to static loads. Results of the investigations are being successfully applied to the construction of two ten-story buildings in Rostov-na-Donu. © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.
Zyryanov V.,Rostov State Civil Engineering University |
Mironchuk A.,Rostov State Civil Engineering University
20th ITS World Congress Tokyo 2013 | Year: 2013
Different strategies bus lane priority has been a topic of investigation in past decade, and various methods have been developed to improve public transport efficiency. One of the main concerns is the performance of bus service by intermittent bus lane (IBL) or bus lane with intermittent priorities (BLIPs). However, the application of these methods is very difficult, therefore always used simulation at the preliminary stage. In turn, such models must take into account the additional data to activate the priority lanes and traffic lights. This paper describes results of using microsimulation for evaluation of intermittent bus lane (IBL) operation. The objective of this study is to know advantage and limitation of the IBL at different background traffic volume. Simulations and experimental data were used to compare different scenarios for IBL and without IBL. Bus speed, speed of general traffic, traffic flow, delay was measured to evaluate effectiveness of IBL.