Optimal-energy distribution of the line travel time on the interstations train-runtimes using numerical method

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Volume-67 Issue-11
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Trinh Luong Mien
  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V67I11P213

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MLA Style: Trinh Luong Mien. "Optimal-energy distribution of the line travel time on the interstations train-runtimes using numerical method" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 67.11 (2019):74-80.

APA Style: Trinh Luong Mien. Optimal-energy distribution of the line travel time on the interstations train-runtimes using numerical method  International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 67(11),74-80.

Abstract
Saving energy is an important criterion, and need to be applied since we build a timetable. In the timetable, there are two important parameters: the line travel time and the interstation runtime, directly related to train energy consumption. This paper proposes a new simple, high-performance algorithm, using numerical method, to distribute the line travel time on the interstation runtimes, when the line travel time is given, so that the train power consumption on the line is minimum. The research results of this paper, applied to the no.2A Catlinh- Hadong in Hanoi Vietnam, show that reallocating the timetable, using the proposed algorithm, will save train energy consumption on the interstation on the line, when compared to the planned timetable of the general contractor company.

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Keywords
optimal energy, timetable, schedule, optimal distribution, numerical method, subway, metro, electric train.