• G. Xue, H. Wen
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 214

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    In order to identify crash-prone sections of the highways in mountainous areas professionally and exclusively, the common phenomena of “sharp turns”, “continuous long [...]

  • J. Yin, K. Xian, W. Li, D. Chen
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 213

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    Train station parking (TSP) accuracy is important to enhance the efficiency of train operation and the safety of passengers for urban rail transit. However, TSP is always [...]

  • S. Liyanage, R. Abduljabbar, S. Bagloee, H. Dia
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 212

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    On-demand shared mobility is increasingly being promoted as an influential strategy to address urban transport challenges in large and fast-growing cities. The appeal of this [...]

  • Y. Wang, J. Bi, S. Sun, J. Zhang
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 211

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    It is of great significance to improve the driving range prediction accuracy to provide battery electric vehicle users with reliable information. A model built by the conventional [...]

  • A. Abo-Khalil, A. Alghamdi, K. Sayed
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 208

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    This paper introduces an energy management and control method for DC microgrid supplying electric vehicles (EV) charging station. An Energy Management System (EMS) is developed [...]

  • M. Balliauw, E. Onghena
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 55

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    Airport capacity constraints are increasingly challenging the growth of air traffic. At the same time, decision-making about airport capacity investments is extremely complex, [...]

  • L. Casals, M. Barbero, C. Corchero
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 89

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    The electric vehicle is presented as an environmental friendly alternative to common vehicles and as the future of transportation. However, car manufacturers consider that [...]

  • F. Pardo-Bosch, P. Pujadas, A. Aguado, A. Blanco, M. Casanovas-Rubio
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 88

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    Narrow trenches are a common technique for the installation of utility pipelines of small diameter. Theexcavated soil is not always appropriate as landfill and, in those cases, [...]

  • M. Kotenko, H. Oskarsson, M. Nielsen, C. Bojesen
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 87

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    Drag reducing surfactants can be applied to decrease pressure losses in closed circulation pipelines systems like district heating and cooling. This article represents empirical [...]

  • L. Noel, B. Sovacool, J. Kester, G. Rubens
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 86

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    In this paper, we provide a comparative and mixed methods assessment of the gendered dimensions of electric mobility and stated preferences for electric vehicles in the Nordic [...]

  • V. Carlan, P. Hellinckx, T. Vanelslander, T. Huybrechts
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 52

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    The individual paths followed by road transport operators in adopting and using information and communication technologies (ICT) result in heterogeneous planning practices. [...]

  • A. Pérez-Marín, M. Guillen
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 85

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    The use of advanced driver assistance systems and the transition towards semi-autonomous vehicles are expected to contribute to a lower frequency of motor accidents and to [...]

  • S. Wilson, F. Steenhuisen
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 84

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    Mercury is a global pollutant that poses threats to ecosystems and to human health. Due to its global transport, mercury contamination is found in regions of the Earth that [...]

  • K. Mahmoud, K. Mahmoud, D. Raisz, A. Ali, A. Ali
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 83

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    Recently, the use of renewable energy sources (RES) and electric vehicles (EVs) has been rapidly increased worldwide. As a result of the highly fluctuating nature of RES, [...]

  • M. Schmidt, L. Schewe, J. Thürauf, L. Welder, L. Welder, J. Linßen, D. Stolten, D. Stolten, T. Grube, M. Robinius, M. Reuß
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 82

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    Common energy system models that integrate hydrogen transport in pipelines typically simplify fluid flow models and reduce the network size in order to achieve solutions quickly. [...]

  • B. Sovacool, L. Noel, A. Jensen, G. Rubens, J. Kester, A. Carrone
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 81

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    We present the results from a choice experiment conducted across Denmark Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden focusing on electric vehicles and vehicle-to-grid technology. [...]

  • K. Govindan, M. Vicente-Molina, B. Jiménez-Parra, S. Rubio
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 80

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    Remanufacturing is an industrial process whereby used products are restored to useful life. This special issue seeks to address marketing issues for remanufactured products [...]

  • B. Sovacool, G. Rubens, L. Noel, J. Kester
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 79

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    Based on original data derived from 257 expert respondents across Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, we investigate the different expectations and visions associated [...]

  • S. Albers, S. Stabenow, V. Rundshagen, J. Daft
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 48

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    This paper analyzes the impact of the long-haul low-cost (LHLC) airline business model on the air transport industry from a disruptive innovation perspective. We argue that [...]

  • L. Noel, G. Rubens, B. Sovacool, J. Kester
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 78

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    Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) refers to a technology that could help make the electricity grid more effective, reduce the cost of ownership of electric vehicles (EVs), and help integrate [...]

  • J. Bleyer, K. Krabbenhoft, S. Torres, E. Oñate, X. Zhang
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 77

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    Consequences of submarine landslides include both their direct impact on offshore infrastructure, such as subsea electric cables and gas/oil pipelines, and their indirect [...]

  • M. Gilibert, M. Gilibert, A. Siebeneich, I. Ribas, C. Rosen, N. Maslekar
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 76

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    Demand Responsive Transportation (DRT) is currently growing in our cities as shared ride-hailing services operated by private companies, providing a hybrid service between [...]

  • J. Pérez, R. Borge, J. Andrés, D. Paz, E. Rodríguez, J. Lumbreras
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 75

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    Road transport is one of the main sources of atmospheric emissions especially in urban areas where exceedances of NO2 or PM limit values are common. This has evident implications [...]

  • E. Becerra Sanchez, A. Reyes Munoz, J. Guerrero Ibanez
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 74

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    © 2019 IEEE. Personal use of this material is permitted. Permission from IEEE must be obtained for all other uses, in any current or future media, including reprinting/republishing [...]

  • R. Amaya-Gómez, E. Pastor, C. Mata, J. Ramírez-Camacho, F. Muñoz, J. Casal
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 73

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    The formation of a crater by the abrupt and catastrophic rupture of a high-pressure pipeline can be highly relevant, especially when the crater uncovers other pipelines, which [...]

  • E. Trancho, J. Caum, R. Grino, I. Kortabarria, E. Ibarra, A. Arias
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 72

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    Permanent magnet synchronous machines (PMSM) are widely used in the automotive industry for electric vehicle (EV) and hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) propulsion systems, where [...]

  • K. Tan, S. Padmanaban, J. Yong, V. Ramachandaramurthy
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 71

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    This paper proposes a multi-control vehicle-to-grid charger with bi-directional power capability. The proposed charger can perform vehicle battery charging and discharging [...]

  • J. Kester, G. Rubens, B. Sovacool, L. Noel
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 70

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    This paper explores how conceptions of luxury and status affect the manner in which a relatively novel technology—an electric vehicle— diffuses across societies. To do [...]

  • P. Segovia, V. Puig, E. Duviella, F. Nejjari, L. Rajaoarisoa
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 69

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    This work regards the design of optimization techniques for the purposes of state estimation and control in the framework of inland waterways, often characterized by negligible [...]

  • M. Malekan, A. Khosravi, A. Jr., C. Carlos
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 68

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    The dynamic load in tubes due to detonation has a number of applications, such as in oil pipeline systems and pulse detonation engines. Various experimental, analytical, and [...]

  • W. Jia, X. Zhang, G. Jing
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 67

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    To mitigate the ballast flight risk in the high-speed railway, this paper presents three new polyurethane bonding schemes which have negligible influence to tamping operations. [...]

  • I. Notaro, M. Mattei, E. D'Amato
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 66

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    Safety in the operations of UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) depends on the current and future reduction of technical barriers and on the improvements related to their autonomous [...]

  • E. Erdemir, A. Ali, K. Holmberg
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 65

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    Growing concerns over energy and environmental sustainability have lately sparked worldwide interest in more efficient and cleaner transportation systems and industrial activities. [...]

  • A. Lana, A. Pinomaa, P. Peltoniemi, J. Lahtinen, T. Lindh, J. Montonen, K. Tikkanen, P. Pyrhönen, O. Pekka
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 64

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    lication of energy storage (ES) in power distribution systems (PDS) of short sea shipping marine vessels is gaining ground. The main drivers are the increasing demand for [...]

  • C. Ziras, H. Bindner, A. Prostejovsky, M. Marinelli
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 62

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    The provision of ancillary services is an additional revenue stream for the owners of inverter-equipped storage systems, such as batteries and electric vehicles. As real demonstrations [...]

  • J. Davies, G. Gianini, E. Damiani, F. Saffre, J. Deneubourg, H. Hildmann, S. Bullock
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 61

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    We investigate the hypothesis that long-term memory in populations of agents can lead to counterproductive emergent properties at the system level. Our investigation is framed [...]

  • P. Mazzarisi, S. Zaoli, F. Lillo
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 60

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    In complex networks, centrality metrics quantify the connectivity of nodes and identify the most important ones in the transmission of signals. In many real world networks, [...]

  • O. Wahl, A. Caplan, J. Turow, J. Metzl, L. Friedman
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 59

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    Much of our knowledge of the course of animal and plant evolution is based on shape. Recognition, description, arrangement, rearrangement, organization, reorganization, and [...]

  • Z. Bozkuş, A. Tijsseling, Q. Hou
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 58

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    The motion of liquid filling a pipeline is impeded when the gas ahead of it cannot escape. Entrapped gas will lead to a significant pressure build-up in front of the liquid [...]

  • A. Teke, U. Yilmaz, O. Turksoy
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 57

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    Turksoy, Omer/0000-0003-4620-4503 WOS: 000492797300026 The energy efficiency of the battery charging system directly affects the distance which electric vehicles can get [...]

  • O. Turksoy, A. Teke, U. Yilmaz
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 43

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    WOS: 000513381900001 In this study, a two-stage battery charger architecture with high-efficiency, multi-input, and output half-bridge LLC (HBLLC) resonance converter that [...]

  • T. Bogaerts, A. Masegosa, J. Angarita-Zapata, E. Onieva, P. Hellinckx
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 41

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    Traffic forecasting is an important research area in Intelligent Transportation Systems that is focused on anticipating traffic in order to mitigate congestion. In this work [...]

  • B. Budde, K. Konrad
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 55

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    Expectations and visions are known to be forceful elements in the governance of emerging innovations. However, visions and expectations are prone to change, thus creating [...]

  • L. Mussone, L. Liang, M. Xu, S. Grant-Muller
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 53

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    Data analysis plays a key role in supporting the development of sustainable transportation. Using the large-scale household mobility survey data collected in Milan, Italy [...]

  • G. Ciampi, M. Scorpio, S. Sibilio, A. Ciervo, F. Guarino, A. Rosato
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 40

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    A solar hybrid district heating network integrated with a seasonal borehole thermal energy storage is dynamically simulated and analyzed over a 5-year period. The system is [...]

  • R. Happee, A. Feldhütter, J. Winter, B. Zhang, Z. Lu, M. Martens
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 52

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    In conditionally automated driving, drivers do not have to monitor the road, whereas in partially automated driving, drivers have to monitor the road permanently. We evaluated [...]

  • I. Animah, M. Shafiee, S. Koroma, K. Tee
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 50

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    When production facilities reach the end of their economic life in the offshore oil and gas industry, field owners must decide whether to replace, extend the life of, or decommission [...]

  • T. Woensel, R. Song, L. Zhao, J. Fransoo
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 49

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    In the Coordinated Delivery Problem (CDP), we study the passive and proactive coordination strategies that coordinate the delivery among urban retail stores. We formulate [...]

  • S. Barhagh, B. Mohammadi-Ivatloo, S. Asadi, A. Anvari-Moghaddam
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 47

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    Uncertainty of different parameters in power systems can put market players at risk. For example, uncertainty of market prices in energy markets with capitalist characteristics [...]

  • J. Andersson, J. Winter, K. Brookhuis, M. Hagenzieker, R. Happee, M. Kyriakidis, M. Flament, M. Martens, B. Arem, N. Reed, N. Merat, N. Stanton, T. Bellet, K. Bengler
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 44

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    utomated driving can fundamentally change road transportation and improve quality of life. However, at present, the role of humans in automated vehicles (AVs) is not clearly [...]

  • R. Fışkın, E. Nasiboglu, M. Yardimci
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 38

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    fiskin, remzi/0000-0002-5949-0193; NASIBOGLU, EFENDI/0000-0002-7273-1473 WOS: 000528188300004 Ship domain is crucial for traffic risk assessment and safe navigation at sea [...]

  • M. Gonzalez-Herraez, H. Martins, J. Tejedor, S. Martin-Lopez, J. Macias-Guarasa
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 43

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    This paper presents a novel pipeline integrity surveillance system aimed to the detection and classification of threats in the vicinity of a long gas pipeline. The sensing [...]

  • L. Wu, N. Dellaert, T. Woensel, J. Jiang, J. Jiang
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 41

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    Traffic congestion is a common phenomenon in road transportation networks, especially during peak hours. More accurate prediction of dynamic traffic flows is very important [...]

  • C. Malandri, F. Paganelli, M. Postorino, L. Mantecchini
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 36

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    The efficiency and quality of airport airside operations are frequently compromised by various, unexpected disruptive events such as bad weather conditions, lack of handling [...]

  • S. Varotto, B. Zhang, M. Martens, J. Winter, R. Happee
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 40

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    n important question in automated driving research is how quickly drivers take over control of the vehicle in response to a critical event or a take-over request. Although [...]

  • P. Plötz, A. Scherrer, A. Scherrer, F. Laerhoven
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 35

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    In this paper, we present a new method to operationalize social barriers for innovative technologies. Technical feasibility and economic viability are no guarantee for the [...]

  • K. Malone, A. Soekroella
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 39

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    Cooperative systems which rely on vehicle-to-infrastructure communications are designed to tackle important road transport issues, such as safety, traffic efficiency and pollution. [...]

  • İ. Küçükoğlu, R. Dewil, D. Cattrysse
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 38

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    The electric travelling salesman problem with time windows (ETSPTW) is an extension of the well-known travelling salesman problem with time windows (TSPTW). The ETSPTW additionally [...]

  • M. Günther, L. Lüpke, M. Klein
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 32

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    Electric vehicles offer the potential of climate-friendly driving and have received more and more attention in diffusion research recently. However, the effect of the availability [...]

  • M. Kaltschmitt, S. Timmerberg
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 37

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    © 2019 Elsevier Ltd Strong efforts are necessary to stem climate change. It requires to switch to renewable fuels. But as energy demand in Central Europe is high, renewable [...]

  • M. Marinelli, A. Zecchino, A. Prostejovsky, C. Ziras
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 36

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    This paper assesses the impact of electric vehicles (EVs) providing primary frequency regulation via vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology. The aim of the work is to define a set [...]

  • R. Klein, S. Koch, C. Steinhardt, A. Strauss
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 35

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    Originating from passenger air transport, revenue management has evolved into a general and indispensable methodological framework over the last decades, comprising techniques [...]

  • A. Marsden, M. Lambelho, M. Mitici, S. Pickup
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 29

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    To mitigate air traffic demand-capacity imbalances, large European airports implement strategic flight schedules, where flights are assigned arrival/departure slots several [...]

  • G. Piccinini, M. Dozza, M. Itoh, H. Farah
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 33

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    The involvement of cyclists in road crashes has not been decreasing with the same magnitude as the involvement of other road users. In particular, the interactions between [...]

  • K. Keizer, L. Steg, M. Milovanovic, E. Noppers
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 32

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    We studied to what extent perceived adoption norms affect the likelihood of adopting sustainable innovations, next to evaluations of the instrumental, environmental and symbolic [...]

  • R. Ruiz, R. Alvarez-Valdés, K. Tierney, C. Parreño-Torres
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 28

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    The pre-marshalling problem has been extensively studied in recent years with the aim of minimizing the number of movements needed to rearrange a bay of containers. Time is [...]

  • G. Tian, H. Chen, C. Ma, J. Gao, J. Gao, F. Zhu
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 31

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    The impetus of the internal combustion engine developments is the reductions of the fuel consumptions and exhaust emissions. Thermal management is an efficient method to decrease [...]

  • A. Nikolaeva, M. te Brömmelstroet, R. Raven, J. Ranson
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 30

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    The future of cycling is about to change. At least, this is apparent if we are to believe the multitude of innovators, start-ups, incumbent industries, policy actors and consultants [...]

  • I. Wilmink, M. Wang, V. Knoop, M. Maaskant, D. Hoedemaeker, E. Meer
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 29

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    n increasing amount of vehicles are equipped with driver assistance systems; many of the vehicles currently on the market can be optionally equipped with adaptive cruise control [...]

  • D. Davalli, A. Simone, F. Cuppi, F. Cuppi, M. Carpinone, M. Nanni, F. Mazzotta, V. Vignali, C. Lantieri
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 24

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    The aim of this research is to define a breakage limit for the fastening system of the "Eurobalise" device of the ERTMS/ETCS rail signalling system on the European railways. [...]

  • X. Zhou, X. Zhou, M. Wang, D. Li
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 28

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    In many big cities, the bike-sharing system (BSS) and taxi play critical roles in transportation services. They both offer on-demand transportation options and allow flexible [...]

  • M. Mladenovic, D. Milakis, D. Stead, K. Pangbourne
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 21

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    In this paper we focus on the development of a new service model for accessing transport, namely Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and present one of the first critical analyses [...]

  • D. Dey, J. Terken, M. Martens, B. Eggen
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 27

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    This paper discusses whether the knowledge of the driving mode of an approaching vehicle (manual vs. automated) influences pedestrians’ decisions while crossing a street. [...]

  • G. Stea, G. Dini, A. Virdis
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 20

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    This paper describes the SAPIENT system, a real-time monitoring and control infrastructure for Air Traffic Management. Within the latter, aircrafts constantly measure the [...]

  • T. Liu, N. Fantuzzi, Y. Bai, F. Cornacchia, F. Cornacchia
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 26

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    Flexible pipelines must be designed considering the extreme situation for which additional components are needed against severe loading and environmental conditions. Tensile [...]

  • F. Walker, J. Wang, M. Martens, W. Verwey
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 25

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    Studies show that drivers’ intention to use automated vehicles is strongly modulated by trust. It follows that their benefits are unlikely to be achieved if users do not [...]

  • B. Kochan, S. Shah, M. Basheer, M. Basheer, T. Bellemans
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 24

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    tremendous growth has been observed in the use of personal vehicles. Increase in private vehicle use has created many environmental, social and economic problems. A multi-stage [...]

  • M. Shafiee, K. Tee, A. Wordu
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 23

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    "jats:p"Corrosion damage is reported to be one of the leading causes of steel pipeline failure causing significant financial losses to operators and damage to the surrounding [...]

  • E. Wilschut, M. Martens, B. Zhang, D. Willemsen
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 22

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    utomated truck platooning is getting an increasing interest for its potentially beneficial effects on fuel consumption, driver workload, traffic flow efficiency, and safety. [...]

  • J. Jansson, Z. Rezvani
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 20

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    Understanding public responses to environmental policies can"br/"help in achieving a move towards more renewable energy. Focusing on two"br/"types of public responses to a [...]

  • B. Borger, D. Hörcher, D. Graham, W. Seifu
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 17

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    The purpose of this paper is to investigate, using both theoretical and numerical analysis, the impact of agglomeration externalities on short-run policy decisions in public [...]

  • L. Sandrolini, A. Popoli, A. Cristofolini
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 16

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    In this paper, a novel quasi-three dimensional technique for the study of electromagnetic interferences induced by overhead power lines on buried metallic pipelines located [...]

  • T. Tasan-Kok, M. Raco
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 15

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    In recent academic and urban policy writings the term urban diversity is usually understood, or discussed within the context of, increasing ‘socio-cultural’ diversity [...]

  • C. Cleophas, K. Tierney, C. Cottrill, J. Ehmke
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 14

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    Increasing urbanization has turned transporting freight from, to, and within urban areas into a major challenge. Freight transportation represents a lifeline for urban retail [...]

  • A. Cristofolini, L. Sandrolini, A. Popoli
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 10

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    This work proposes a numerical methodology for the calculation of currents and voltages induced on underground pipelines by nearby overhead power lines. A previously developed [...]

  • M. Aslani, M. Mesgari, S. Seipel, M. Wiering
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 13

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    Designing efficient traffic signal controllers has always been an important concern in traffic engineering. This is owing to the complex and uncertain nature of traffic environments. [...]

  • G. Andrienko, N. Andrienko, F. Patterson, H. Stange
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 12

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    The concept of place connectedness (traditionally termed ‘accessibility’) refers to the ability of people to reach various services and to participate in activities. Connectedness [...]

  • A. Rowlinson, A. Rowlinson, T. Staley, G. Molenaar, M. Bell, M. Bell, C. Law, J. Swinbank, J. Grießmeier, J. Grießmeier, B. Scheers, P. Zarka, P. Zarka, J. Eislöffel, R. Fender, A. Stewart, J. Leeuwen, S. Farrell, R. Wijers, A. Horst, J. Broderick, Y. Cendes, D. Carbone
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 10

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    With the arrival of a number of wide-field snapshot image-plane radio transient surveys, there will be a huge influx of images in the coming years making it impossible to [...]

  • T. Vanelslander, C. Sys, E. Voorde, E. Hassel
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2020). Vol. 2020, 7

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    Sustainable transport is an important way of mitigating climate change. Inland navigation still is a sustainable mode of transport which is of great importance for the whole [...]

  • A. Cristofolini, L. Sandrolini, A. Popoli
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 8

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    The data presented in this article relate to the research article "A quasi-3D approach for the assessment of induced AC interference on buried metallic pipelines" (Popoli [...]

  • G. Verbong, R. Est, E. Gironés
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 6

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    "jats:p"The recent orientation toward societal challenges in Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) policies has exposed the limitations of contemporary governance to deal [...]

  • Z. Cao, L. Ciacci, G. Liu, F. Passarini, I. Vassura
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 3

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    Sustainable management strategies for securing long–term supply of rare earth elements is priority for Europe due to a complex and interlinked production chain and its dependence [...]

  • G. Tarroni, J. Passerat-Palmbach, A. Schuh, W. Bai, S. Cook, P. Matthews, O. Oktay, B. Glocker, D. O’Regan, A. Marvao, H. Suzuki, D. Rueckert
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 207

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    The effectiveness of a cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) scan depends on the ability of the operator to correctly tune the acquisition parameters to the subject being [...]

  • J. Silva, J. Junior
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 206

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    The electric vehicle (EV) is not a recent invention. Between the end of the XIX century and the beginning of the XX century, most motor vehicles were electric, due to their [...]

  • L. Li, D. Wang, C. Hu, P. Huang, X. Chen, Q. Li
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 205

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    Urban open places with a public service function (e.g., urban parks) are likely to be populated in peak hours and during public events. To mitigate the risk of overcrowding [...]

  • M. Dugas, D. Schuetzmann, F. Rosenbauer, C. Walter
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 203

    Abstract
    "jats:sec" "jats:title"Motivation"/jats:title" "jats:p"With its capacity for high-resolution data output in one region of interest, chromosome [...]

  • X. Dong, K. Xie, B. Liang, Y. Song
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 202

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    Due to the highly developed rail transit over the past decades, the phenomena of complex individual self-organized behaviors and mass crowd dynamics have become a great concern [...]

  • D. Sun, Y. Wang, Z. Yuan, Y. Yang, X. Fu
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 201

    Abstract
    reasonable taxi fleet size has a significant impact on the satisfaction of urban traffic demand, the alleviation of urban traffic congestion, and the stability of taxi business [...]

  • G. Xiaoxiang, W. Lifeng, L. Qian, G. Weiguo
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 200

    Abstract
    In order to improve the braking performance of electric vehicles, a novel brake-by-wire actuator based on an electro-magnetic linear motor was designed and manufactured. For [...]

  • F. Boyer, S. Venkateswaran, D. Chablat
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2019). Vol. 2019, 199

    Abstract
    Piping inspection robots are of greater importance for industries such as nuclear, chemical and sewage. Mechanisms having closed loop or tree-like structures can be employed [...]