• B. Caesar, M. Heilmann, J. Saalbach, W. Schreiner
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 90

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    Der Beitrag befasst sich mit dem Ausbau des grenzüberschreitenden Verkehrs innerhalb der EU. Trotz jahrelanger Bestrebungen im Bereich des grenzüberschreitenden Verkehrs [...]

  • F. Mendoza, O. Sallent, R. Ferrus
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 89

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    Satellite Communications in the 5G Era explores promising scenarios for 5G Satellite Communications (SatCom), novel paradigms for satellite-terrestrial integration and emerging [...]

  • S. Terepin
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 69

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    This chapter discusses the common fundamental characteristics of digital signal processors. Most of the digital signal processing (DSP) chips are single processor devices. [...]

  • V. Nikulina, V. Nikulina, D. Simon, F. Sprei, H. Baumann
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 68

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    A quarter of energy-related greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) originate from the transportation sector. Continuously increasing demand for transportation services worldwide is [...]

  • G. Giannopoulos, L. Galbusera
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 67

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    Part 2: INFRASTRUCTURE MODELING AND SIMULATION; International audience; Semantic web technologies play a significant role in many open data initiatives, including geo-mapping [...]

  • M. Budnik, K. Grossmann, A. Haase, C. Haid, C. Hedke, K. Kullmann, M. Wolff
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 66

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    This book is one of the outcomes of the DIVERCITIES project. It focuses on the question of how to create social cohesion, social mobility and economic performance in today’s [...]

  • A. Fernández-Fernández, L. Ochoa-Aday, C. Cervello-Pastor
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 65

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    [EN] Increasing power consumption and CO2 emissions generated by large data networks have become a major concern over the last decade. For this problem, the emerging paradigm [...]

  • L. Azzopardi, Y. Moshfeghi, R. Rothfeld, P. Triantafillou
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 64

    Abstract
    Providing support for users during their search sessions has\\ud been hailed as a major challenge in interactive information retrieval\\ud (IIR). Providing such support requires [...]

  • R. Skovgaard Nielsen, A. Winther Beckman, V. Blach, H. Andersen
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 63

    Abstract
    This book is one of the outcomes of the DIVERCITIES project. It focuses on the question of how to create social cohesion, social mobility and economic performance in today’s [...]

  • J. Gonzalez-Feliu
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 84

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    International audience; This paper aims to propose a systemic vision of literature on sustainable urban logistics assessment and evaluation. Although non-extensive, this overview [...]

  • N. Kalra
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 62

    Abstract
    Testimony presented before the Senate Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and UrbanDevelopment, and Related Agencies on November 16, 2016.

  • M. Schreier
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 61

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    Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) already make a major contribution to driving safety. To further increase this contribution, it is, however, vital that future intelligent [...]

  • M. Shlopak, E. Rød
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 60

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    Part 8: Eco-Efficiency in Manufacturing Operations; International audience; This paper presents a case study comparing sea and road transport modes for a Norwegian producer [...]

  • C. Lelévrier, C. Rivière, A. Escafre-Dublet, G. Shokry
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 59

    Abstract
    This book is one of the outcomes of the DIVERCITIES project. It focuses on the question of how to create social cohesion, social mobility and economic performance in today’s [...]

  • W. Tobiska, M. Meier, K. Copeland, D. Matthiae
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 80

    Abstract
    Abstract For astronauts and travelers in aircraft, space weather can quickly increase dose rates resulting from naturally occurring ionizing radiation by more than a 1000-fold. [...]

  • A. Hernández, E. Balvanera, R. Jiménez, G. Broca, J. Alavez-Ramírez
    SMCCA (2017). 10

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    El propósito de este trabajo es la simulación de lluvias intensas en la zona de planicie costera susceptible a inundaciones en Tabasco en la cabecera municipal [...]

  • O. Flores, J. Viveros
    SMCCA (2017). 9

    Abstract
    Se aplica la técnica de control parcial a un modelo ecológico para evitar la extinción de una especie, reproduciendo los resultados de [1]. Esta técnica [...]

  • B. Scully, A. McCartney, A. McCartney, B. Scully
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 4

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    Document type: Report

  • D. Braatz, R. Thomas, R. Thomas, J. McArthur, T. Welp, T. Welp, D. Braatz, J. McArthur
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 3

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    Abstract : This Dredging Operations and Environmental Research (DOER) Program technical note (TN) is the second in a series evaluating sediment management methods to reduce [...]

  • N. Hu, L. Li, Z. Mao, P. Steenkiste, J. Wang
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 2

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    Abstract: "The ability to locate network bottlenecks along end-to-end paths on the Internet is of great interest to both network operators and researchers. For example, knowing [...]

  • T. Madsen, C. Andersen, A. Várhelyi, M. Nilsson, M. Oskarsson, M. Bornø Jensen, C. Holmberg Bahnsen, M. Bock Christensen, T. Moeslund
    Collection of open reports in transport research (2020). Vol. 2017, 2

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    Two smartphone applications were developed with the aim of harvesting insights of vulnerable road user accidents. The apps require a backend database with software tools for [...]

  • K. Li, C. Krasic, J. Walpole, M. Shor, C. Pu
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 79

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    This paper uses analysis and experiments to study the minimal buffering requirements of congestion controlled multimedia applications. Applications in the Internet must use [...]

  • A. Anas, S. Sarkar, M. Zeid, Z. Nakat, S. De Sarkar, A. Anas, G. Timilsina, M. Abou Zeid, Z. Nakat, G. Timilsina
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 58

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    Beirut, the capital city of Lebanon, faces huge traffic congestion, the cost of which is estimated to be more than 2 percent of the city's gross regional product. Effective [...]

  • S. Cafieri
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 57

    Abstract
    International audience Air traffic management (ATM) represents a domain of emerging and challenging applications of mixed-integer nonlinear programming (MINLP). A number [...]

  • A. Platzer, E. Clarke
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 73

    Abstract
    Aircraft collision avoidance maneuvers are important and complex applications. Curved flight exhibits nontrivial continuous behavior. In combination with the control choices [...]

  • S. Loughlin, T. Casadevall, P. Lechner, M. Guffanti, A. Tupper, T. Casadevall, S. Loughlin
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 55

    Abstract
    More than 30 years after the first major aircraft encounters with volcanic ash over Indonesia in 1982, it remains challenging to inform aircraft in flight of the exact location [...]

  • C. Van der Wal, D. Formolo, M. Robinson, M. Minkov, T. Bosse
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 54

    Abstract
    In this research, the effects of culture, cognitions, and emotions on crisis management and prevention are analysed. An agent-based crowd evacuation simulation model was created, [...]

  • E. Conticelli, A. Maimaris, G. Papageorgiou, S. Tondelli
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 69

    Abstract
    Walking may be considered one of the most sustainable and democratic ways of travelling within a city, thus providing benefits not only to pedestrians but also to the urban [...]

  • G. Eden, R. Ramseyer, B. Nanchen, B. Nanchen, F. Evéquoz, G. Eden, F. Evéquoz, R. Ramseyer
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 53

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    Part 5: Case Studies; International audience; Passenger acceptance is a key factor for the successful integration, uptake and use of autonomous vehicles (AVs) in the domain [...]

  • K. Ezemenari, X. Ye
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 52

    Abstract
    This paper benchmarks the quality of project economic analysis in South Asia against other World Bank regions, using data on project exits between 1975 and 2015. The results [...]

  • R. Kofie, L. Møller-Jensen
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 66

    Abstract
    Document type: Book

  • E. Hildén, J. Ojala, K. Väänänen, K. Väänänen, J. Ojala, E. Hildén
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 51

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    Part 5: Co-design Studies; International audience; To enhance the desirability of public transportation, it is important to design for positive travel experience. The context [...]

  • E. Agapaki, I. Brilakis
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 63

    Abstract
    90% of the time needed for the conversion from point clouds to 3D models of industrial facilities is spent on geometric modelling due to the sheer number of Industrial Objects [...]

  • G. Hochman, G. Timilsina
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 50

    Abstract
    The transport sector offers limited options to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as compared with other sectors, such as power generation and industrial sectors. To understand [...]

  • J. Castro, M. Serna, J. Gabarro, M. Serna, J. Gabarro, J. Castro
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 60

    Abstract
    We propose a model for the behaviour of Web apps in the unreliable WWW. Web apps are described by orchestrations. An orchestration mimics the personal use of the Web by defining [...]

  • N. Adnan
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 57

    Abstract
    Modern studies on green technologies for transportation sector are attaining attraction among the research communities from diverse parts. We learn the significance of plug-in [...]

  • A. McKinnon, C. Floethmann, K. Hoberg, C. Busch
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 49

    Abstract
    Despite the spread of automation and new supply chain management paradigms, logistics remains dependent on a rather specific set of skills and competencies, whether for managerial, [...]

  • D. Stolfi, C. Cintrano, F. Chicano, E. Alba
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 54

    Abstract
    Nowadays, city streets are populated not only by private vehicles but also by public transport, fleets of workers, and deliveries. Since each vehicle class has a maximum cargo [...]

  • A. Iimi, R. Humphreys, Y. Mchomvu
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 48

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    Railway transport generally has the advantage for large-volume, long-haul freight operations. Africa possesses significant railway assets. However, many rail lines are currently [...]

  • K. FLEISCHER, I. SHVETS, D. CAFFREY, D. Ali, M. Butt, C. Coughlan
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 50

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    PUBLISHED We have investigated the properties and conduction limitations of spray pyrolysis grown, low-cost transparent conducting oxide ZnO thin films doped with indium. [...]

  • M. Katrine, A. Várhelyi, S. Schönebeck, P. Szaga?a, C. Andersen, S. Reumers, P. Hosta, K. Møller, P. Szagala
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 47

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    A questionnaire survey has been conducted in Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Spain and Sweden in 2016-2017. Once every third month through one year respondents have received [...]

  • Y. Moshfeghi, R. Rothfeld, L. Azzopardi, P. Triantafillou
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 45

    Abstract
    Providing support for users during their search sessions has\\ud been hailed as a major challenge in interactive information retrieval\\ud (IIR). Providing such support requires [...]

  • D. Koch, D. Koch, C. Kritikakis, C. Kritikakis, N. Grigore, N. Grigore
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 43

    Abstract
    Making full use of the capabilities of the FPGA as an accelerator is difficult for non hardware experts, especially if partial reconfiguration is to be employed. One of the [...]

  • J. Sondhi, D. Bullock, P. Amos
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 44

    Abstract
    This report starts with a history of high speed rail worldwide and then outlines the history of China's move toward a high-speed rail network. It explains why China is uniquely [...]

  • L. Cummings
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 43

    Abstract
    This is the fourth in a series of books publishing the best contributions on environmental management accounting (EMA) from around the world. It has been developed by the [...]

  • S. Salat, G. Ollivier
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 42

    Abstract
    Imagine a city that is more competitive, with higher-quality neighborhoods, lower infrastructure costs, and lower C02 emissions per unit of activity. This city has lower combined [...]

  • P. Langdon, P. Clarkson, P. Clarkson, N. Caber, P. Langdon, N. Caber
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 39

    Abstract
    Many industries have been transformed by the provision of service solutions characterised by personalisation and customisation - most dramatically the development of the iPhone. [...]

  • D. Delahaye, S. Cafieri, M. Sbihi, J. Zhou
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2015, 41

    Abstract
    International audience .The sharp increase in air traffic flow causes traffic congestion in airspaces near airports, called Terminal Maneuvering Areas (TMA). The departure [...]

  • Y. Mchomvu, A. Iimi, Y. Mchomvu, R. Humphreys, R. Humphreys, A. Iimi
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 40

    Abstract
    Rail transport generally has the advantage for large-volume long-haul freight operations. The literature generally shows that shipping distance, costs, and reliability are [...]

  • J. Morales, J. Iversen, E. Iversen, H. Madsen, J. Møller, J. González
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 39

    Abstract
    It has been predicted that electric vehicles will play a crucial role in incorporating a large renewable component in the energy sector. If electric vehicles are integrated [...]

  • A. Følstad, V. Engen, I. Haugstveit, J. Pickering
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 37

    Abstract
    Efficient human-machine networks require productive interaction between human and machine actors. In this study, we address how a strengthening of machine agency, for example [...]

  • H. Crawley
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 35

    Abstract
    Since the introduction of mental disorders as networks of causally interacting symptoms, this novel framework has received considerable attention. The past years have resulted [...]

  • R. Pedersen, R. Pedersen, K. Skytte
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 36

    Abstract
    Finland has set ambitious long-term targets, which aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the transport sector and the whole energy system by 2050. By utilising the energy [...]

  • M. Kouwenhoven, P. Warffemius
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 35

    Abstract
    In this paper we describe how we included travel time variability in the national Dutch transport forecasting model and what the policy impacts of this new forecasting tool [...]

  • J. Fox, B. Patruni, A. Daly, H. Lu
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 34

    Abstract
    Document type: Book

  • F. Babiloni, G. Flumeri, O. Ohneiser, B. Berberian, F. Crescenzio, F. de Crescenzio, B. Berberian, A. Hasselberg, A. Hasselberg, F. Babiloni, O. Ohneiser, G. DI FLUMERI
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2020). Vol. 2017, 33

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    International audience In this paper, we present the preliminary steps conducted in the framework of the research project Mitigating Negative Impacts of Monitoring high levels [...]

  • T. Rambau, N. Scherer-Negenborn, T. Rambau, M. Friedrich, M. Schmidt, J. Jakobi, J. Jakobi, A. Papenfuss, A. Papenfuss, M. Friedrich, M. Hagl, N. Scherer-Negenborn, M. Schmidt, M. Hagl
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 33

    Abstract
    Over the past years, several augmented reality features have been developed to make Remote Tower Operations more cost-efficient and user-friendly. In the context of a national [...]

  • . Vikram, . Parmar, . Krishna, . Inkoolu
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 30

    Abstract
    Part 4: New Interaction Techniques; International audience; The paper presents a case of Smart Shoes that uses ultrasonic sensors to detect the obstacle in front of the user. [...]

  • B. Rukanova, R. Huiden, Y. Tan
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 29

    Abstract
    Part 4: Infrastructures; International audience; Digital infrastructures (DI) that support information exchange related to international trade processes (here referred to [...]

  • A. Kuhn, W. Engelke, M. Flatken, H. Hege, I. Hotz
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 28

    Abstract
    Many scientific applications deal with data from a multitude of different sources, e.g., measurements, imaging and simulations. Each source provides an additional perspective [...]

  • A. Kaynia
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 23

    Abstract
    This paper presents a number of geotechnical issues encountered in earthquake design of offshore structures and subsea facilities. Parallel with construction of traditional [...]

  • A. Kraay, R. Van der Weide
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 25

    Abstract
    This paper proposes a methodology to approximate individual income distribution dynamics using only time series data on aggregate moments of the income distribution. Under [...]

  • G. Fagas, J. Gallagher, G. Luca, D. Paul
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 24

    Abstract
    The energy consumption from the expanding use of information and communications technology (ICT) is unsustainable with present drivers, and it will impact heavily on the future [...]

  • A. Ak?nc?lar, E. Ak?nc?lar
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 20

    Abstract
    In this study, ambulance location problem, which is a significant research field in transportation in healthcare, is focused on. It is assumed that travelling time of vehicles [...]

  • K. Juffermans, B. Tavares
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 19

    Abstract
    This chapter explores language in global South-North migration from the perspective of aspiring migrants in Lusophone West Africa within the context of increasingly restrictive [...]

  • C. Morton, D. Beeton
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 18

    Abstract
    Electric Vehicles (EVs) embody a number of technical innovations which have the capacity to make substantial contributions to prominent societal objectives associated with [...]

  • D. Sholomov, V. Prun, V. Postnikov, R. Sadekov
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 17

    Abstract
    The article considers the active safety system of road freight transport. The stereoscopic computer vision is the core of the system. The article also describes the major [...]

  • D. Li, G. Shen, K. Goh, J. Yang, T. Yigitcanlar, G. Shen, K. Goh
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 16

    Abstract
    Renewal of urban transport infrastructure faces many challenges such as shortage of funding and poor redevelopment decisions. The variety of stakeholders involved brings about [...]

  • M. Fay, L. Andres, C. Fox, U. Narloch, S. Staub, M. Slawson
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 15

    Abstract
    Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) does not have the infrastructure it needs, or deserves, given its income. Many argue that the solution is to spend more; by contrast, [...]

  • G. Solvoll, T. Mathisen, G. Solvoll, T. Mathisen
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 14

    Abstract
    Abstract\r It is demonstrated how an analysis of airports’ cost structures and the calculation of long-run marginal costs (MCs) of serving passengers and airplanes can be [...]

  • C. Daganzo, Y. Ouyang
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 13

    Abstract
    Document type: Book

  • A. Gaudron, A. Gaudron, S. Jlassi, S. Tamayo, S. Tamayo, S. Jlassi
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 12

    Abstract
    International audience; This work provides a review of simulation techniques applied to urban logistics with a focus on practical applications. Several techniques and tools [...]

  • C. Jooste, A. Alemán, M. Dappe, A. Suárez-Alemán
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 11

    Abstract
    Would improvements in port performance increase trade in countries on the Indian and Western Pacific Oceans? Previous studies attempted to answer this question using ad hoc [...]

  • M. Finke, G. Siol
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2018). Vol. 2018, 11

    Abstract
    Document type: Book

  • A. Masegosa, E. Osaba, P. Lopez-Garcia, E. Onieva
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 9

    Abstract
    Intelligent Transportation Systems emerged to meet the increasing demand for more efficient, reliable and safer transportation systems. These systems combine electronic, communication [...]

  • S. Chaimatanan, D. Delahaye, M. Mongeau
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 6

    Abstract
    International audience To sustain the rapidly increasing air traffic demand, the future air traffic management system will rely on a concept, called Trajectory-Based Operations [...]

  • S. Ropke, L. Christensen, S. Kaplan, A. Olsen, L. Christensen, T. Jensen, A. Olsen, S. Kaplan, S. Røpke, T. Jensen
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 4

    Abstract
    On-road electric vehicle recharging infrastructure is essential in the transformation of electric vehicles into a practical transportation option. This study focuses upon [...]

  • E. Barkanov, A. Dumitrescu, E. Barkanov, I. Parinov
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 3

    Abstract
    Document type: Part of book or chapter of book

  • Y. Tcibulnikova
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2017). Vol. 2017, 2

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    The Arctic continental shelf is a promising area for oil and gas exploration and mining. Extremely harsh environmental conditions affect the work of engineering geologists, [...]

  • L. Juiña, V. Cabrera, S. Reina
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (2), 83

    Abstract
    In the following project, the theory of constraints was applied in order to implement a manufacture CAD-CAM system into the metal mechanic industry processes of polymers injection [...]

  • A. De La Cruz, J. Donoso, O. Gonzales, R. Soto
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (2), 82

    Abstract
    The present article shows the design and construction of a classifier didactical machine through artificial vision. The implementation of the machine is to be used as a learning [...]

  • S. Rosero, N. Erazo, M. Guallpa, M. Usigña
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (2), 81

    Abstract
    The research consisted in evaluating four biostimulants and three substrates for the propagation of Vallea stipularis L.f. in greenhouse conditions. The biostimulants corresponded [...]

  • T. Marín Velásquez
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (2), 80

    Abstract
    Viscosity is the property of fluids to oppose movement when a cutting effort is applied on them to convey them from one point to another. Heavy oil has a high viscosity greater [...]

  • J. Paredes Salinas, C. Pérez Salinas, C. Castro Miniguano
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (2), 79

    Abstract
    Studies of composite materials play an important role in engineering, materials, metallurgy and mechanical applications. Polymer reinforced fibers are widely used in the automotive [...]

  • A. Mejía-López, S. Rodas, D. Baño
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 78

    Abstract
    To determine the denaturation of milk proteins by the effects of heat treatment on pasteurization and to establish their influence on the yield of the fresh cheese manufactured, [...]

  • C. Rosero, C. Vaca, L. Tobar Subía, F. Rosero
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 77

    Abstract
    The self-triggered control produces non-periodic sampling sequences that vary depending on design factors related to stability and performance of the controlled system. Within [...]

  • R. Morales Carrera, R. Chalán Paladínez
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 76

    Abstract
    The aim was to establish the risk determinants of the library workers in Quito city, due to fungi exposure. Data were collected on infrastructure conditions and work organization, [...]

  • F. Yasmany Chávez, D. Gálvez Lio
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 75

    Abstract
    Simulation is a powerful approach in the study of the molecular evolution of genetic sequences and their divergence over time; there are different procedures for the simulation [...]

  • F. Jadán Piedra
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 74

    Abstract
    Enzymatic browning is one of the most relevant mechanisms of deterioration that take place in fresh-cut fruit and vegetables, as a consequence of the activity of the polyphenol [...]

  • D. Núñez, B. Núñez, H. Vaca, M. Ureña
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 73

    Abstract
    Nowadays, high productivity of machining is an important issue to obtain economic benefits in the industry. This purpose could be reached with high cutting velocity and feed [...]

  • O. Viera Carcache, L. Vinces Llaguno, K. Guerrero Goyes, F. Marcillo Vera
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 72

    Abstract
    This paper presents a computational proposal for the solution of the Cell Planning Problem. The importance of this problem in the area of Telecommunications imposes it as [...]

  • L. Rodoni, J. Massolo, A. Vicente
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 71

    Abstract
    This work evaluates three different conservation methods for red and green fresh-cut peppers. Red and green fruit were processed into sticks and treated as follows: A) water [...]

  • N. Gutiérrez Suquillo, I. Saá Arévalo, A. Vinueza Lozada
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 70

    Abstract
    This work presents the design of an oil extractor from the Sacha Inchi seed with an extruder screw mechanism allows a maximum yield of 34% through a continuous cold extraction [...]

  • M. Tapia, S. Arla, E. Tapia
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 69

    Abstract
    An agricultural machine of compact size, low cost of manufacture and operation, has been developed for the process of threshing the soft dry corn, originating from the Ecuadorian [...]

  • C. Saguay, R. Proaño, B. Jácome, D. Aguirre
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 68

    Abstract
    This paper describes the process of implementation of a diffused relational database in the practical case of the academic tutorials of the Faculty of Engineering Sciences [...]

  • V. Merchán, R. Rodríguez
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (2), 67

    Abstract
    Nowadays, leadership and the style of governing have become one of the quality criteria that challenges the Government of Technologies and Information Systems (GoTIS) value-based [...]

  • X. Sotomayor, D. Ordóñez Camacho
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 66

    Abstract
    The Websockets Shared Virtual Whiteboard, is a system for cooperative work, that allows its users to collaborate remotely, online and in real time. The system provides with [...]

  • D. Olmedo-Vizueta, J. Hernandez-Ambato, D. Ávila-Pesantez, E. Bilotta, P. Pantano
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 65

    Abstract
    In this paper, the development of an interactive mobile application to strengthen the learning of emotion recognition in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) is presented. [...]

  • O. Moscoso-Zea, S. Luján-Mora
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 64

    Abstract
    Knowledge Management (KM) is a practice that allows the creation, use, distribution and transfer of knowledge in organizations. Different KM frameworks exist that include [...]

  • J. Rojas, J. Bustos, D. Ordóñez Camacho
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2017). Vol. 8, (1), 63

    Abstract
    QBus is a system that locates the bus routes circulating in the city of Quito. It consists of a mobile application which uses either Bluetooth Low Energy technology or Quick [...]