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 Title & Authors
Study on Optimization for Scheduling of Local And Express Trains Considering the Application of High Performance Train
Kim, Moosun; Kim, Jungtai; Ko, Kyeongjun;
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 Abstract
In express operation plans for urban trains, it is effective for the reduction of the number of sidetracks to apply a high performance train that has improved acceleration/deceleration ability and a regular train to local and express trains, respectively. In this research, based on a plan to use a high performance train for a local train, an optimization methodology is suggested to reduce the number of sidetracks and the operation time of the local train simultaneously. The optimization solver applied in this research is a genetic algorithm; headway, location of sidetrack and waiting time at the sidetrack are considered as design variables in the optimization problem. Consequently, by applying this system to Seoul metro line no.7, the effect of the suggested methodology was verified by obtaining the proper optimum solution.
 Keywords
Express/local;High performance train;Sidetrack;Optimization;Genetic algorithm;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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실시간 열차 속도 프로파일 최적화 기법에 관한 연구,김무선;김정태;박철홍;

한국산학기술학회논문지, 2016. vol.17. 8, pp.344-351 crossref(new window)
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