Modeling for Operating Expenses and Time Consumption of High-Speed Railway (HSR)
Bashar Abdal Noor,
Syed Hasnain Alam Kazmi () and
Malik Muneeb Abid
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Transportation plays a significant role in each country’s economy and it is critically important to ensure its dynamic harmonious development. Operating expenses and time consumption are important indicators for planning vertical profile of high-speed railway line. The paper presents two models: i) first estimates the effect of stations spacing on operating expenses, and ii) second measures the effect of maximum gradient on time consumption. In this regard, six standard vertical profiles of high-speed railway line have been studied. The results show that operating expenses model is a third-degree function of station spacing, whereas time consumption model is a quadratic function of maximum gradient. Furthermore, it is determined that station spacing has great impact on operating expenses and time consumption of HSR.
Keywords: operating expenses; time consumption; high-speed railway; vertical profile; station spacing (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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