• S. Lahoud, G. Texier, L. Toutain
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 65

    Abstract
    International audience; In this paper, we introduce a novel framework for the off-line flow allocation problem for traffic engineering in MPLS networks. We use a multi-stage [...]

  • M. Paglione, R. Oaks, H. Ryan
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 64

    Abstract
    conflict probe is an air traffic management decision support tool that predicts aircraft-to-aircraft and aircraft-to-airspace conflicts. In order to achieve the confidence [...]

  • T. Alm, K. Ohlsson, R. Kovordanyi
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 68

    Abstract
    It is always uncertain if a new assistance system will enhance traffic safety or not: empirical studies indicate that driving style may deteriorate when the driver experiences [...]

  • D. Schramm
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 67

    Abstract
    The development of a new family of PE materials with significantly improved processability and long term strength at high temperatures is discussed. These polymers form the [...]

  • C. McCowan, J. Merritt, J. McColskey, G. Kohn, P. Darcis, A. Bussiba, R. Smith, R. Fields
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 65

    Abstract
    Crack tip opening angle (CTOA) is becoming one of the more widely accepted properties for characterizing fully plastic fracture. In fact, it has been recognized as a measure [...]

  • S. Parameswaran, H. Guo
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 62

    Abstract
    This paper presents an approach to dynamically balance the pipeline by scaling the stage supply voltages. Simulation results show that by such an approach about 50% improvement [...]

  • A. García-Martínez, A. Azcorra, M. Bagnulo, C. Bernardos, I. Martinez
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 61

    Abstract
    It is expected that IPv6 multihomed sites will obtain as many global prefixes as direct providers they have, so traffic engineering techniques currently used in IPv4 multihomed [...]

  • S. Turner, R. Palmer-Jones, P. Hopkins
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 60

    Abstract
    The use of risk based integrity management systems for pipelines is increasing in popularity, and now changes in legislation in the USA require operators to use risk assessment [...]

  • T. Brandt, T. Sattel
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 60

    Abstract
    Latest developments in automotive sensor technology promise an unbroken innovation thrust for driver assistance systems. Accordingly, future vehicles might be able to navigate [...]

  • B. Thacker, J. Hart, R. Warke
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 59

    Abstract
    This paper presents an assessment case study on several segments of buried natural gas pipeline constructed in 1936 with ‘bell-bell-chill ring’ (BBCR) style girth weld [...]

  • B. Francini, C. Alexander
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 57

    Abstract
    For the past decade there has been relatively wide acceptance in using composite materials to repair damaged gas and liquid transmission pipelines. There have been numerous [...]

  • P. Rocco, P. Sollenberger
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 59

    Abstract
    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Free Flight Program individually deployed the user request evaluation tool (URET), traffic management advisor (TMA), and controller-pilot [...]

  • E. Verhoef
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 58

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    This paper develops a continuous time - continuous place model of road traffic congestion, based on car-following theory. The model fully integrates two archetype representations [...]

  • J. Hart, N. Zulfiqar, G. Swank, D. Moore
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 54

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    This paper describes the application of “digital pigging” procedures for converting field measurements of pipeline geometry (e.g., top of pipe survey profiles), results [...]

  • B. Favennec, K. Zeghal, F. Vergne, L. Boursier, L. Rognin, E. Hoffman
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 56

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    This paper reports on an experiment conducted with air traffic controllers to investigate the joint use of a sequencing tool and spacing instructions to enhance the management [...]

  • O. Gietelink, B. Schutter, M. Verhaegen
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 52

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    We present an approach for validation of advanced driver assistance systems, based on randomized algorithms. The new method consists of an iterative randomized simulation [...]

  • T. Butz, O. Stryk
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 54

    Abstract
    In this paper, we present a two-level driver model for the use in real-time vehicle dynamics applications. On the anticipation level of this model, nominal trajectories for [...]

  • F. Sander, S. Miller
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 49

    Abstract
    Pipeline operators have been using intelligent in-line inspection (ILI) tools as part of their pipeline integrity management systems for several decades now. A wide variety [...]

  • A. Benso, P. Prinetto, S. Carlo, G. Natale, M. Hosseinabady, P. Lotfi-Kamran
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 48

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    The effect of Single-Event Transients (SETs) (at a combinational node of a design) on the system reliability is becoming a big concern for ICs manufactured using advanced [...]

  • J. Kidman, J. Baker, W. Meilander, S. Reddaway
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 52

    Abstract
    traffic control is an important application with demanding real-time database processing requirements. Systems that have been implemented using current approaches have typically [...]

  • W. Weiss, E. Lacher
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 51

    Abstract
    This paper describes an event-step simulation model being developed for the FAA that can be used to evaluate how a change in one component of the airspace system affects the [...]

  • D. Daniel, P. Stephane, S. Oussedik
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 50

    Abstract
    International audience; Air traffic control systems become more and more congested due to the increase of demand. One way to reduce this congestion is to modify the flight [...]

  • T. Rengachari, U. Moon, V. Sharma, G. Temes
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 49

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    novel 10-bit algorithmic A/D converter for cytosensor applications is described in this paper. The converter is capable of a conversion rate of 1.5-bits/phase. It has advantages [...]

  • L. Barrandon, S. Crand, D. Houzet
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 48

    Abstract
    The emerging concept of SoC-AMS leads to research new top-down methodologies to aid systems designers in sizing analog and mixed devices. This work applies this idea to the [...]

  • K. Benson, D. Goldsman, A. Pritchett
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 46

    Abstract
    While the literature contains several adaptive sampling techniques for statistical comparison of competing simulated system configurations and for embedded statistical computations [...]

  • C. Barat, M. Rendas
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 45

    Abstract
    The paper considers the problem of using an autonomous underwater platform equipped with a scanning profiler sonar to track elongated objects lying on the sea floor, e.g., [...]

  • P. Yiannacouras, J. Rose, J. Steffan
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 44

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    more embedded systems are built using FPGA platforms, there is an increasing need to support processors in FPGAs. One option is the soft processor, a programmable instruction [...]

  • R. Rogers, G. Harless
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 43

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    The paper identifies underlying issues associate with simulating those classes of problems which require both arbitrary spatial and temporal precision and which must deal [...]

  • F. Velez, E. Jose
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 42

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    The tele-traffic behaviour of enhanced UMTS (E-UMTS) is addressed in three different scenarios - business city centre (BCC), urban and roads. E-UMTS allows data rates up to [...]

  • D. Colle, B. Puype, P. Demeester, M. Pickavet
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 40

    Abstract
    Multilayer Traffic Engineering uses fast switching optical networks to modify or up/downgrade upper layer logical topologies according to changing traffic patterns. The multilayer [...]

  • J. Hollan, D. Forster, O. Achler, P. Fastrez, J. Haue, J. McCall, M. Trivedi, E. Boer
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 40

    Abstract
    This paper describes an interdisciplinary research collaboration to design a human-centered driver assistance system. Driving behavior is captured using a novel intelligent [...]

  • T. Feydy, N. Barnier, P. Brisset, N. Durand
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 39

    Abstract
    ce congestion is today the most critical issue European Air Traffic Management (ATM) has to face. Current real-time Air Traffic Control (ATC) is achieved by human controllers. [...]

  • S. Zhang, Y. Fan, S. Liu
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 38

    Abstract
    Performance analysis can help us reduce requests' congestions in a workflow network, cut servers' cost or strike a best balance between them. Analysis for requests' remaining [...]

  • Å. Ek, M. Arvidsson, R. Akselsson, C. Johansson, B. Josefsson
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 37

  • D. Rowe, T. Hoang, M. Nickelson, T. Farley, S. Landry, K. Levin, J. Welch
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 37

    Abstract
    The Multi-Center Traffic Management Advisor (McTMA) is a research prototype system which seeks to bring time-based metering into the mainstream of air traffic control (ATC) [...]

  • D. Williams, C. Muñoz, M. Consiglio, V. Carreño
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 36

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    multilayer approach to the prevention of conflicts due to the loss of aircraft -to -aircraft separation which relies on procedures and on -board automation was implemented [...]

  • E. Nationale, F. Mora-Camino, T. Miquel, A. Achaibou
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 35

    Abstract
    International audience; The delegation to the flight crew of some tasks currently performed by air traffic controllers provides new perspectives to potentially increase air [...]

  • M. Bouroche, B. Hughes, V. Cahill
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 34

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    utonomous vehicles seem to be a promising approach to both reducing traffic congestion and improving road safety. However, for such vehicles to coexist safely, they need to [...]

  • M. Parent, A. De La Fortelle
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 34

    Abstract
    utomobile has become the dominant transport mode in the world in the last century. In order to meet a continuously growing demand for transport, one solution is to change [...]

  • B. Mergalas, D. Marshall, M. Zarghamee, Y. Kleiner
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 33

    Abstract
    The Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) operates two, 120 km long, large diameter prestressed concrete cylinder pipelines in north central Texas to daily supply water to [...]

  • G. Leduc, F. Skivée, S. Balon
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 32

    Abstract
    We compare and evaluate how well-known and novel network-wide objective functions for Traffic Engineering (TE) algorithms fulfil TE requirements. To compare the objective [...]

  • P. Lee, T. Callantine, E. Palmer, J. Mercer, T. Prevot
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 31

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    Controller and pilot decision support tools for operations with airborne spacing in the terminal area were evaluated in a simulation conducted at NASA Ames Research Center [...]

  • R. Bolczak, J. Celio
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 30

    Abstract
    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) expects air traffic volume and complexity to continue to increase, and with it the demand for air traffic control (ATC) services. [...]

  • W. Meilander, J. Potter, J. Baker
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 29

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    This paper describes a new and different paradigm for real-time command and control that we show can provide a static, polynomial-time scheduling algorithm. Current efforts [...]

  • C. Sheehe, T. Mulkerin
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 28

    Abstract
    viation related applications that rely upon datalink for information exchange are increasingly being developed and deployed. The increase in the quantity of applications and [...]

  • K. Maalaoui, M. Tezeghdanti, J. Bonnin, A. Belghith
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 27

    Abstract
    International audience; Summary form only given. New emergent distributed multimedia applications require end-to-end quality of service (QoS) guarantees and have stringent [...]

  • R. Susitaival, I. Juva, M. Peuhkuri, S. Aalto
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 26

    Abstract
    For Internet traffic engineering purposes, it is important to characterize traffic volumes typically over 5-minute intervals. Based on measurements made in a local network [...]

  • G. Spadoni, S. Bonvicini
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 24

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    In this paper results are presented and discussed about the analysis of the data of hazardous materials road transport accidents reported by the Canadian database D.G.A.I.S. [...]

  • O. Seiichi, M. Hiraishi, A. Ito, K. Goda, Y. Sugita, T. Kuwabara
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 23

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    In Japan, the first urban straddle type monorail system, Tokyo Monorail, was put into operation in 1964. Since then, four more monorail systems have been constructed with [...]

  • M. Shayman, V. Tabatabaee, B. Bhattacharjee, R. La
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 22

    Abstract
    We introduce a new approach for QoS provisioning in packet networks based on the notion of differentiated traffic engineering (DTE). We consider a single AS network capable [...]

  • T. Callantine
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 21

    Abstract
    Large-scale distributed simulations in which pilot participants fly simulators through multiple airspace sectors managed by controller participants create a rich operational [...]

  • D. Nicol, X. Dimitropoulos, J. Kim, G. Riley, S. Ko
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 19

    Abstract
    the Internet grows, traffic engineering has become a widely-used technique to control the flow of packets. For the inter-domain routing, traffic engineering relies on configurations [...]

  • J. Fernandez, V. Egido, M. Mata, F. Cantalapiedra, S. Bemposta
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 23

    Abstract
    This paper describes the experimental platform developed at UEM, mounted on a conventional vehicle. It monitors most of the driver’s actions on the controls of the vehicle, [...]

  • X. Papageorgiou, K. Kyriakopoulos
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 17

    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is to study a numerical solution for the 2-D conflict resolution problem in air traffic management (ATM). This numerical solution is achieved using nonlinear [...]

  • T. Prevot, P. Lee, T. Callantine, J. Mercer, N. Smith, E. Palmer, V. Battiste
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 16

    Abstract
    Co-Operative Air Traffic Management (CO-ATM) is a concept under exploration at NASA Ames Research Center for transformation of aircraft and air traffic management operations [...]

  • M. Moles, S. Labbe
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 22

    Abstract
    Ultrasonic phased arrays present major improvements over conventional multiprobe ultrasonics for inspecting pipeline girth welds, both for onshore and for offshore use. Probe [...]

  • C. Burguière, C. Rochange
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 15

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    Submitted on behalf of EDAA (http://www.edaa.com/); International audience; The wider and wider use of high-performance processors as part of real-time systems makes it more [...]

  • J. Snead
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 14

    Abstract
    *This paper describes a concept of a large flying fuselage transport aircraft that carries the cargo or missionized payload in several large, detachable modules instead of [...]

  • J. Rehmann, P. Krois, A. Rehmann
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 13

    Abstract
    This paper describes the use of distributed human-in-the-loop (HITL) simulation to address complex research questions about human performance requirements of future operational [...]

  • J. McCall, M. Trivedi
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 12

    Abstract
    Driver assistance systems that monitor driver intent, warn drivers of lane departures, or assist in vehicle guidance are all being actively research and even put into commercial [...]

  • T. Yiğitcanlar, Y. Duvarcı
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 18

    Abstract
    29th Australasian Transport Research Forum, ATRF 2006; Gold Coast, QLD; Australia; 27 September 2006 through 29 September 200 The ability to access personal or public transportation [...]

  • J. Haswell, G. Goodfellow
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 16

    Abstract
    The approach to gas pipeline risk and integrity management in the US, involving the development of integrity management plans for High Consequence Areas (HCA), is usually [...]

  • Y. Zhang, Z. Ge
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 10

    Abstract
    traffic matrix represents the amount of traffic between origin and destination in a network. It has tremendous potential utility for many IP network engineering applications, [...]

  • A. Assanelli, R. Toscano, R. Chareau, L. Mantovano, E. Dvorkin, P. Amenta, D. Johnson
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 13

    Abstract
    Using finite element models it is possible to determine the cross-over external pressure of different pipeline arrestor designs. In this paper these finite element models [...]

  • D. Caubel
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 9

    Abstract
    Proceeding in CD ROM; The social dimension of urban transport policies becomes a paramount issue of the public action. This may result from the observed growth of social inequalities, [...]

  • D. Greene
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 7

    Abstract
    ft are second only to motor vehicles in the use of motor fuels, and air travel is growing twice as fast. Since 1970 air travel has more than tripled, but the growth of fuel [...]

  • A. García Gutiérrez, K. Hackbarth Planeta
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 7

    Abstract
    The scope of this paper is to derive a set of simple formulas providing a traffic aggregation in important points of an Internet access networks. The paper shows that the [...]

  • A. Simpson, G. Olsson, M. Lambert, D. Misiunas
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 6

    Abstract
    This paper presents results from testing of a burst detection and location technique on a water transmission pipeline. The primary targets of the method are medium and large [...]

  • D. Warman, J. Hart, J. Chorney, M. Reed
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2006). Vol. 2006, 5

    Abstract
    Pipeline Operators receive numerous requests annually to cross their pipelines. In many of these cases detailed analysis using a number of different methods are performed [...]

  • A. Roth, P. Prahlad, A. Bracy
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2005). Vol. 2005, 3

    Abstract
    mini-graph is a dataflow graph that has an arbitrary internal size and shape but the interface of a singleton instruction: two register inputs, one register output, a maximum [...]

  • R. Erdumlu
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 21

    Abstract
    Tez (Yüksek Lisans) -- İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, 2006 Thesis (M.Sc.) -- İstanbul Technical University, Institute of Science and Technology, [...]

  • M. Koubàa
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 12

    Abstract
    This thesis mainly focuses on all-optical lightpaths establishment. We consider all along the thesis optical networks with finite resources, that is with a given maximum amount [...]

  • Collection of open thesis in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 19

    Abstract
    Thesis (MEng(TransportSystemsEng))--University of South Australia, 2006. There is a significant gap in the current understanding of issues relating to bicycle safety. The [...]

  • B. Quoitin
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 18

    Abstract
    In a few years, the Internet has quickly evolved from a research network connecting a handful of users to the largest distributed system ever built. The Internet connects [...]

  • J. Chueire
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 8

    Abstract
    Este trabalho trata da questão da segurança viária na cidade de São José do Rio Preto. É feito um diagnóstico da situação atual, à luz da composição e estrutura [...]

  • Collection of open thesis in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 14

    Abstract
    Thesis (MEng(TransportSystemsEng)--University of South Australia, 2006. Mixed traffic, which is the typical type of traffic flow in Hochiminh city and other cities in Vietnam, [...]

  • V. Arya
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 7

    Abstract
    This thesis focuses on problems related to Inference of Congestion in the Internet and Multicast Traffic Engineering in Overlay Networks. In the first part of the thesis, [...]

  • F. Vormer
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 6

    Abstract
    The thesis considers the trajectories that are used to guide aircraft from en-route flight to an airport. Although there is currently some room to adapt the trajectories to [...]

  • Collection of open thesis in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 12

    Abstract
    Thesis (PhD)--University of South Australia, 2006. The aim of this research project is to improve our understanding of how planning policies, which seek to influence patterns [...]

  • Å. Ek
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 10

    Abstract
    The research presented in this thesis investigates sea and aviation transport safety culture, with a focus on perceptions and attitudes. A safety culture reflects the attitudes, [...]

  • C. Häll
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 9

    Abstract
    Operators of public transport always try to make their service as attractive as possible, to as many persons as possible and in a so cost effective way as possible. One way [...]

  • M. Arvidsson
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 8

    Abstract
    The air traffic control industry in Europe is under mounting pressure due to increasing air traffic and inefficient routines caused by a fragmented air space. In order to [...]

  • Collection of open thesis in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 7

    Abstract
    Thesis (MEng(TransportSystemsEng))--University of South Australia, 2006. Includes bibliographical references : leaves 66-67. Introduction -- Literature review -- Research [...]

  • J. Löfmark, L. Saleh, D. Zand
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 6

    Abstract
    Background: In Sweden, air traffic control is currently performed in a mo-nopoly with the state owned Luftfartsverket as the only sup-plier. A deregulation process has been [...]

  • C. Pelsser
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 5

    Abstract
    During the last years, MultiProtocol Label Switching (MPLS) has been deployed by most large Service Providers (SP). The main driver for MPLS deployment is the ability to provide [...]

  • Y. Disli
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2006). Vol. 2006, 4

    Abstract
    Tez (Yüksek Lisans) -- İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, 2006

  • A. Fontana
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 4

    Abstract
    Neste trabalho são analisadas a conspicuidade (impacto visual), a estética e a harmonia com o meio ambiente dos principais sinais verticais de trânsito na área urbana. [...]

  • D. Caetano
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 2

    Abstract
    O principal objetivo deste trabalho foi o desenvolvimento de um sistema informatizado para o auxílio na escolha modal pelos usuários de transporte público. Neste sistema, [...]

  • N. Kohn, G. Williams, W. Pearson, J. Skalski
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 36

    Abstract
    The Benson Beach littoral drift restoration project is a demonstration project that will replenish sand on Benson Beach, the public beach north of the North Jetty at the mouth [...]

  • P. Brooker
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 35

    Abstract
    The prime goal of the Air Traffic Management (ATM) system is to control accident risk. Some key questions are posed, including: What do design safety targets really mean and [...]

  • P. Brooker
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 34

    Abstract
    This is a critique of ESARR4 and its main supporting documents. ESARR4 is the Eurocontrol Safety Regulatory Requirement Number 4 [Eurocontrol safety regulatory requirement [...]

  • S. Lasher, J. Sinha
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 33

    Abstract
    We have assessed the transportation of hydrogen as a metal hydride slurry through pipelines over a short distance from a neighborhood hydrogen production facility to local [...]

  • L. Pastor, P. Veronesi
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 32

    Abstract
    During technological revolutions, stock prices of innovative firms tend to exhibit high volatility and bubble-like patterns, which are often attributed to investor irrationality. [...]

  • L. Wang, S. Mattigod, I. Aksay, A. Felmy, D. Hobbs, D. Dabbs
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 31

    Abstract
    uminum-containing phases compose the bulk of solids precipitating during the processing of radioactive tank wastes. Processes designed to minimize the volume of high-level [...]

  • S. Chase, T. Bestor, D. Olsen
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 30

    Abstract
    This report documents a 3-year research program conducted by the Engines & Energy Conversion Laboratory (EECL) at Colorado State University (CSU) to develop micropilot ignition [...]

  • L. Alcázar, R. Lovatón
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 29

    Abstract
    En el contexto de un proceso de concesiones portuarias paralizado y de un debate acerca de la conveniencia de retomarlo, este estudio evalúa el desempeño del terminal de [...]

  • H. Patadia
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 28

    Abstract
    The report presents a comprehensive summary of the project status related to the development of a permanent mechanical repair fitting intended to be installed on damaged PE [...]

  • G. Burkhardt, A. Crouch
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 27

    Abstract
    Third-party contact with pipelines (typically caused by contact with a digging or drilling device) can result in mechanical damage to the pipe, in addition to coating damage [...]

  • K. Chapman, L. Chen, M. Abbaspour, J. Sengupta, V. Wallentine, P. Krishniswami, R. Addanki, R. Ranganathan
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 26

    Abstract
    The goal of this project is to develop a Virtual Pipeline System Testbed (VPST) for natural gas transmission. This study uses a fully implicit finite difference method to [...]

  • A. Robinson, W. Einfeld, M. Moorman, R. Manginell
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2005). Vol. 2005, 25

    Abstract
    The natural gas industry seeks inexpensive sensors and instrumentation to rapidly measure gas heating value in widely distributed locations. For gas pipelines, this will improve [...]