2 edition of Dynamic interactions and optimal design of PRT vehicles on elevated guideways found in the catalog.
Dynamic interactions and optimal design of PRT vehicles on elevated guideways
Peter W. Likins
by Dept. of Transportation, Office of the Secretary, Office of University Research, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Peter W. Likins, Richard B. Nelson, D. Lewis Mingori.|
|Series||Report - Dept. of Transportation ; no. DOT-TST-77-15|
|Contributions||Nelson, Richard B., Mingori, D. Lewis., United States. Dept. of Transportation. Office of University Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||87 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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Get this from a library. Dynamic interactions and optimal design of PRT vehicles on elevated guideways. [Richard B Nelson; D Lewis Mingori; Ross R Allen; University of California, Los Angeles. School of Engineering and Applied Science.; United States. Department of Transportation. Office of University Research.; United States.
Transportation Programs Bureau.]. Get this from a library. Dynamic interactions and optimal design of PRT vehicles on elevated guideways. [Peter W Likins; Richard B Nelson; D Lewis Mingori; United States.
Department of Transportation. Office of University Research.; University of California, Los Angeles. School of. DYNAMIC INTERACTIONS AND OPTIMAL DESIGN OF PRT VEHICLES ON ELEVATED GUIDEWAYS. The report presents research completed on optimum (minimum cost) design of PRT vehicle guideway systems; analysis of periodic motions of PRT vehicles over straight flexible guideways; and continued investigations of vehicle motions over curved elastic guideways.
The Design of Guideways for Personal Rapid Transit Systems. Edward Anderson. Abstract. PRT guideways are analyzed based on a result of prior dynamic analysis of vehicles moving across flexible spans in which it was found that the shorter the headway between vehicles the smaller is the difference between dynamic and static deflections, and that in the limit of zero nose-to-tail spacing.
the coupled dynamics of transportation vehicles and beam-type elevated guideways The importance of elevated guideway/vehicle dynamics to the design of advanced high-performance ground transportation systems is discussed and the general coupled vehicle-suspension guideway interaction problem is Author: H H Richardson, D N Wormley.
Building on theory of safe, reliable, and cost-effective design of PRT systems developed during the s, in the author and his colleagues initiated design of a new PRT system, now called. A General Purpose Computer Program for the Dynamic Simulation of Vehicle-Guideway Interactions.
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The guideway personal rapid transit or PRT vehicles up to today were being designed then to be slower than autos. My diesel cars can go over MPH yet gets 40 MPH at 80 MPH. How stupid this was going slow as the guideway had no cross traffic and never runs into deer or rarely even hard strikes a bird.
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