Traffic engineering -- Simulation methods, Traffic flow -- Simulation methods
The flow of traffic at an intersection is often controlled by a traffic signal. This research report models a T-intersection with a disjoint network for each direction of traffic flow, eastbound, westbound and southbound. The traffic signal is modeled with a fourth network. Three types of signal control (pretimed, semi-actuated and full-actuated) are modeled to examine the effect of each type on the average delay time and average length of queues for each lane of traffic queue at the intersection. The computer models presented in the report use SLAM computer language to simulate the traffic signal and vehicle flow.
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Linton, Darrell G.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Anderson, Karen M., "Simulation of Traffic at a T-Intersection Using Slam" (1982). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 609.
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University of Central Florida. College of Engineering [VIAF]