Passenger Flow Distribution Model in Urban Rail Transit Hub Platform
DOI: 10.23977/acss.2023.070115 | Downloads: 11 | Views: 262
Gao Long 1,2, Xie Binglei 1, Zong Chuanling 2, Zhang Ning 2
1 Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, Shenzhen, 518055, China
2 State High-Tech Industrial Innovation Center, Shenzhen, Shenzhen, 518057, China
Corresponding AuthorXie Binglei
Urban rail transit hub platform is the most important area for passenger flow distribution. In order to calculate passenger flow volume in platform and evaluate platform service level during rush hours, this paper presents a method for modeling and simulation of passenger flow distribution in platform. Passenger flow distribution model (PFDM) is proposed based on the basic analysis and the superposition principle of passenger flow. Simulation design for PFDM is proposed by Anylogic, which contains simulation process and simulation model. Experiment results show that PFDM and simulation design are effective and accordant with the reality scenario, and the simulation precision is comparatively ideal. This research could provide a beneficial reference for train scheduling and operation management under the viewpoint of traffic safety and service level.
KEYWORDSPassenger flow distribution model, Simulation design, Performance evaluation, Passenger flow volume, Service level, Urban rail transit hub platform
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Gao Long, Xie Binglei, Zong Chuanling, Zhang Ning. Passenger Flow Distribution Model in Urban Rail Transit Hub Platform. Advances in Computer, Signals and Systems (2023) Vol. 7: 115-127. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/acss.2023.070115.
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