MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 294, 20192nd International Scientific and Practical Conference “Energy-Optimal Technologies, Logistic and Safety on Transport” (EOT-2019)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Energy-Optimized Technologies, Energy Efficiency and Energy Management on Transport|
|Published online||16 October 2019|
Risk-regulatory increase of trajectory safety, productivity and energy efficiency of motor transport operations in conditions of uncertainty
State Enterprise “State Road Transport Research Institute”, 57 Peremohy Ave, Kyiv, 03113, Ukraine
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The proposed method of complex increase of trajectory safety, productivity and energy efficiency of motor transport operations taking into account the laws of vehicle algorithmic control in difficult traffic conditions. Proceeding from the provisions of the theory of energy efficiency of a generalized type car and the laws of its adaptively-discrete energy of motion, the processes of functioning of the transport-ergatic systems “Driver-Vehicle” (TESDV) and control of the car using adaptive driving procedures (productive, safe, energy-efficient) in the conditions of information uncertainty of locally trajectory situations (LTS). In this work presents logic-procedural and mathematical models for the analysis of risk-regulatory algorithms for control of vehicle, taking into account the functioning of TESDV and quantitative assessment of operator-interface complexity of road sections. The basis of the method of estimating the information complexity of the operator-road interface in relation to any element of the road is the mathematical model of the entropy of the object (as a measure of disorder), which is used in technical cybernetics. For each section of the road, the total indicator of information complexity is determined, which takes into account three levels of uncertainty: low, medium and high. At medium and high levels of complexity of the road section, TESDV implements a risk-regulating automobile control algorithm. Proceeding from the essence of the regulatory labor procedures of driving, as well as their role in the formation of the modes of the TESDV, proposed results of operational simulation of algorithms regulation of locally-trajectory driving risks (LTR): counterproductive, sensory-tempo, incidental and anergic.
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