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Study on the energy consumption of cellular automaton FI model for mixed traffic flow

Tian Huan-Huan Kan San-Jun Xue Yu Wen Jian

Study on the energy consumption of cellular automaton FI model for mixed traffic flow

Tian Huan-Huan, Kan San-Jun, Xue Yu, Wen Jian
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  • Received Date:  07 January 2010
  • Accepted Date:  07 February 2010
  • Published Online:  15 November 2010

Study on the energy consumption of cellular automaton FI model for mixed traffic flow

  • 1. (1)Department of Physics and Information Science, Yulin Normal University, Yulin 537000, China; (2)Institute of Physical Science and Engineering, Guangxi University, Nanning 53004, China; (3)Institute of Physical Science and Engineering, Guangxi University, Nanning 53004, China;Department of Physics and Information Science, Yulin Normal University, Yulin 537000, China

Abstract: Based on the Fukui-Ishibashi model (FI model), the energy consumption in the mixed traffic flow is investigated via considering three factors: maximum velocity, length of vehicle, and the ratio of the mixed traffic flow. Simulations and analyses indicate that the energy consumption of the mixed traffic flow with the same length and different maximum velocities is related to the slow maximum velocity and its ratio. The slower the maximum velocity and its ratiare, the more energy will be consumed. Moreover, for the mixed traffic flow with the same maximum velocity and different lengths of vehicle, the energy consumption is related to the ratio of mixed vehicles. Longer vehicles induce more energy consumption. For a mixed traffic flow with the different maximum velocities and lengths of vehicle, its energy consumption is determined by the ratio of the mixed vehicles and delay probability p. The energy consumption of FI model drops off suddenly and trends to zero at the maximum flow rate, where there exits a maximum peak, which is significantly different from the result from the NaSch model.

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