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Proceedings of

10th International Conference On Advances In Civil, Structural And Mechanical Engineering ACSM 2020

Date
15-Mar-2020
Location
Bangkok , Thailand
Authors
6
ISBN
978-1-63248-185-6

2 Articles Published

1. VELOCITY CONTROL MODEL IN VEHICLE PLATOON

Authors: EISUKE KITA , Tatsuhiro Tamaki , Masaki Takahashi

Abstract: In the vehicle platoon, vehicles drive in a row with a short vehicle distance by the help of the mechanical and the electric control systems. The aim of this paper is to discuss the velocity control model of the vehicles in a platoon. The velocity control model is defined by means of the vehicle following model. The parameters are determined by minimizing the objective function. The validity of the model is discussed firstly in A. Single-Leader Vehicle Following Model Helly model is adopted as the single-leader vehicle following model, which is given as follows [7]. computer simulation and then, applied for the experiment of robot vehicles. The validity of the model is discussed in the computer simulation and the experiment of robot vehicles.

Keywords: vehicle platoon, vehicle following model, simulation, experiment

Pages: 1 - 6 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-185-6-01

2. MEASURES TO IMPROVE RESILIENCE AND MANAGE POVERTY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Authors: Gian Paolo Cimellaro , Dongjun Lee , Melissa De Iuliis

Abstract: Developing countries are more vulnerable to natural hazards because typically they are located in extended areas largely affected by flooding, seismicity, land sliding, etc. and their economic, social, political, and cultural conditions are not adequate. Furthermore, high rapid population growth, rapid urbanization process and poverty contribute to poorly built structures, which are designed by non-expert workers without technical skills on construction techniques and seismic engineering. Buildings in developing countries are designed with adobe and rammed earth; they have low strength and fragile behavior of their walls making their inhabitants live under risks. Affordable housing is a major challenge in most areas in developing world. Existing engineering solutions adopted in developed countries are expensive and technically demanding in these areas. Further, the number of studies related to developing communities is rather limited. This has led researchers to discover simple and cos

Keywords: Resilience, Developing Countries, Vulnerability, Cost-efficient technologies, Durability

Pages: 7 - 12 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-185-6-02

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