Importance of Spatiotemporal Evaluation of Public Transportation Metrics

European Transport Conference 2020


Importance of Soil-Bridge Interaction Modelling in Seismic Analysis of Seismic Isolated Bridges
Dicleli, Murat; Mansour, Mohamad (null; 2004-08-01)
The effect of soil-structure interaction on the seismic performance of seismic-isolated bridges is studied. For this purpose, two typical seismically isolated bridges are selected. The selected bridges have distinct features to represent those bridges with (i) heavy superstructure and light substructure and (ii) light superstructure and heavy substructure. Detailed structural models of both bridges excluding and including the soil-structure interaction effects are first constructed. Iterative multi-mode res...
Importance of Displacement Measurement Location of Polymeric Dogbone Tensile Test Specimens
Güner, Doğukan; Öztürk, Hasan (null; 2015-05-24)
Rock supporting has a vital importance in longevity and sustainability of all underground openings. There are many types and forms of supporting systems available in the mining/tunneling industry. In recent decade, new polymer-based surface support material, thin spray-on liner (TSL), has started to take place of conventional surface support materials. Although TSL holds numerous merits and application purposes, the knowledge on mechanical properties of this material is in limited levels yet. In laboratory ...
Akcit, Nuhcan; Tomur, Emrah; Karslıoğlu, Mahmut Onur (2014-04-10)
Spatial data has become a critical issue in recent years. In the past years, nearly more than three quarters of databases, were related directly or indirectly to locations referring to physical features, which constitute the relevant aspects. Spatial data is necessary to identify or calculate the relationships between spatial objects when using spatial operators in programs or portals. Originally, calculations were conducted using Geographic Information System (GIS) programs on local computers. Subsequently...
Importance of Degrading Behavior for Seismic Performance Evaluation of Simple Structural Systems
Erberik, Murat Altuğ (Informa UK Limited, 2011-01-01)
This study focuses on effect of degradation characteristics on seismic performance of simple structural systems. Equivalent single degree of freedom systems are used for which the structural characteristics are taken from existing reinforced concrete (RC) frame buildings. Simulation of degrading behavior is achieved by considering actual experimental data. To obtain the seismic response of degrading structural systems, two different approaches are used: inelastic spectral analysis and fragility analysis. Ac...
Importance of simulation in the design of experimental tests
Dicleli, Murat (2018-07-13)
Linear and Nonlinear finite element (FE) models of the steel H-pile specimens used in the ex-perimental test set up are developed using the computer program ANSYS to identify potential problems that may be encountered during testing and to improve the test apparatus. First, linear FE models of the steel H-pile specimens are built to determine maximum stress concentrations occurring in the HP sections and the steel base fixture used for fixing the pile to the testing frame. From these linear analyses results...
Citation Formats
H. Tüydeş Yaman and G. Dalkıç Melek, “Importance of Spatiotemporal Evaluation of Public Transportation Metrics,” presented at the European Transport Conference 2020, Milan, İtalya, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: