Research on Route Selection Model of Road Network Emergency Evacuation under Ice and Snow

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The route selection of road network emergency evacuation is of great practical significance for possible emergencies in future. Based on analysis the principles of emergency path selection, the paper considers urban roads, which meets certain basic conditions as evacuation after the initial choice, take the traffic capacity, intersection density, vehicle delays in the intersection into consideration, and establish the route selection model of road network emergency evacuation under ice and snow.

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Decheng Feng

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144-149

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/AEF.5.144

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Y. P. Zhang et al., "Research on Route Selection Model of Road Network Emergency Evacuation under Ice and Snow", Advanced Engineering Forum, Vol. 5, pp. 144-149, 2012

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July 2012

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