Network Flow Model Designing Assignment

Network flow model Requirements:

Scenario: Let’s consider the metro line in a city where there are different sports events taking place. People are very much eager to attend the entire sports event since these events are taking place at different time slots. There is metro line in the city which also connects the sports complex. This system helps the passengers in transportation from the stadiums to the city. So, after every sports event, there will be peak demand of people arriving at the metro stations for travelling to another sports complex. For handling a high transport demand, there must be a temporary change in the capacity of the transport system. Also, the interactions with other transport services as well as traffic demand must be considered. There must be proper management for handling the traffic flow which takes place after the end of the sports event. For handling such scenario, a tailored metro time schedule must be implemented. Also, the passengers generally proceed to the metro station when different lines cross. Also, depending on the sports event schedule, there is a high pedestrian flow which is expected after the event. There must be some controlling measures which must be taken within the station as well as to the station. Also, the model of action of any such measures can also be analyzed by mathematical formulation. The approach used here is the Mathematical Programming. This can also be defined as the selecting the best elements with regards to certain criteria from some alternatives which are available.

Let us consider there is one sports event which is taking place at a given place. And there are different metro stations in between for reaching the destination.

The approach used here for solving the problem is Mathematical Programming. All the number of users which are expected as well as the capacity of each metro station is illustrated in the diagram. The main purpose of the given problem is for balancing the capacity as well as the demand for the metro stations.

9000 3000 0

1

2

3

4 8000

Destination

9000, 8000, 3000 are the expected number of metro users.

10000 will be the capacity per hour for each line.

The lines represent the metro line segment

The boxes represent the stations with station numbers. The destination is the place where the sports event is taking place.

Between station 2 and station 3 the demand is 20000 but the capacity is 10000. This is what is needed to be managed.

This can be mathematically solved.

The mathematical equation with the objective function as well as constrains are as follows.

Xtij.|T| <= F

The main purpose is to minimize the waiting time at the metro stations with respect to:

The capacity of the metro stations as well as the demands fulfilment.

T1,t2 =4500,4500 t1,t2=1500,1500 0

1

2

3

4 T1,t2=4000,4000

Destination

One way by which it can be achieved is by giving time slots for the different capacity of people. And dividing the number of passengers travelling into two slots.

Now if we check the capacity per hour between metro station 2 and 3 matches the capacity.

Next model which can be considered here will be the Network Flow model.

Here all the metro stations are connected as shown in the figure below.

1

3

2

4

Here, Xij = the mini max time

Suppose 5 people want to go from 1 to 4:

X13 = 5 and X34 = 5

And, when 2 people want to go from 1 to 3

X13 = 5 + 2 = 7

X34 = 5

For 3: we have

(X13 + X23 + X43) – (X31 + X32 + X34) = 2

For 2(from A) : (X12 + X32 + X42) – (X21 + X23 + X24) = 3

Here we can conclude the node 2 will demand 3 units from the good A which will pass through node 1.

For 2( from B) : ( X12+ X32 + X42) – (X21 + X23+ X24) = -1

Here we can conclude the node 2 will supply 1 unit from the good B and will pass from node 3.

Xijs,L= starting from station s by using the line l and flowing between i and j passenger

= ∑ ∑ ∑ Xijs,L

The first ∑ will represent the line connected to node 2

The second ∑ represent the stations connecting line l

The third ∑ all the neighbouring stations of j

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12 he network Flow model

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3

2

6

5

7

4

13

10

9

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For the network Flow model.

The formula to be used here will be:

Xtijs,L= the passengers flow which is entering in the station s at period t by using the line l between the station j and i.

The parameters uses here will be lime lag.

Considering the time lag between station 1 and 6 = 10

And the time lag between 7 and 12 = 4

To calculate the number of people who enter the node 7 we have the following formulae.

This must be less than the capacity of station number 7 or equal to the capacity of station number 7.

People entering the station number 7 at t = ∑ ∑ Xt7j 7,L

At t the inbound from the other station s to station 7 at time t = ∑ ∑ ∑ X(t-ds7),i,js,L

Adding both will give us the number of people entering through node 7.

• ∑ ∑ Xt7j 7,L + ∑ ∑ ∑ X(t-ds7),i,js,L<= Capacity of 7

Now, the decision variable will be : Xtijl which is defined as the passenger flow at the time t by using the line l present between the stations i as well as j.

The Capacity constrain is given by ∑ ∑ ∑ Xtijl which is less than or equal to the capacity at l.

T = { t1,t2, tn}

=∑ (Xt,s1,j l + Xt,s2,j l  + Xt,sN,jl)

And S = { 1,2,3  N}

Sl = { S1l, S2lSNl}

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Zhang et al. recently published an empirical study on traffic jam size distribution.

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1. The metro transport system handles the passenger’s transportation to, from and between the Event halls, (i.e. Music Festivals, Film Festivals, and Football matches) and downtown. Immediately after the end of a the event, a peak demand for traffic from the spectators is to beexpected.
2. In order to meet that demand, a high level of transport capacity must be provided on a temporary basis.The

interactions with other traffic demand and transport services must be considered.

1. after an event has ended, traffic flows to another event hall, where a subsequent event is to take place, must bemanaged is a good example for this.
1. To handle the different traffic demands requires a tailored designed metro train schedule. For passenger flows in the metro stations where several lines cross, depending on the events schedule, exceptionally high pedestrian flows are to beexpected.
1. Appropriate controlling measures may have to be taken to the stations and within the stations. The appropriateness and mode of action of such measures shall be analyzed by means of mathmaticalmodelling.
1. The metro stations with respect to interactions in the whole metronetwork of Management .
2. Approach: MathematicalProgramming
3. How to balance capacity and demand?

expected

9000

3000

capacityperhour 0

number of metro users

10000 10000

1 2 3

demand: 20000 > 10000

8000

4

metro line segment

Destination

metro station

catchment area metro users

Event

Example Model

Equation system with an objective function andsome

𝑋𝑡𝑖

𝑡∈𝑇

=1 ∀𝑖𝑗

constraints

𝑋𝑡𝑖𝑗. 𝑇

≤𝐹 ∀𝑡,𝑖𝑗

Minimize waiting times at metro stations with respect to

• fulfillment ofdemands
• capacity limits ofresources

෍ 𝑋𝑡𝑖𝑗.𝑑𝑖𝑗≤ 𝐶𝑟

𝑖𝑗

∀𝑟 ∀𝑡

t=1 :4500

t=2 :4500

t=1 :1500

t=2 :1500

capacityperhour 0

10000

1

10000

2 3

demand per period 10000 <= 10000

t=1 : 4000

t=2:4000 4

metro station

metro line segment

catchment area metro users

Destination

Event

• Minimaxwaitingtimelastperiod𝑋𝑖𝑗
• 5ppl wanttogofrom1to4-𝑋𝐴=5,𝑋𝐴=5

1,3 3,4

• 2ppl wanttogofrom1to3-𝑋𝐴=5+2=7,𝑋𝐴=5

1,3 3,4

• 1,3 2,3 4,3 3,1 3,2 3:(𝑋𝐴+𝑋𝐴+𝑋𝐴)−(𝑋𝐴+𝑋𝐴+𝑋𝐴)3=,42

7 0 0 0 0 5

• 2:(𝑋𝐴+𝑋𝐴+𝑋𝐴)−(𝑋𝐴+𝑋𝐴+𝑋𝐴 )= 3

1,2 3,2 4,2 2,1 2,3 2,4

• 2:(𝑋𝐵+𝑋𝐵+𝑋𝐵)−(𝑋𝐵+𝑋𝐵+𝑋𝐵)=−1

1,2 3,2 4,2 2,1 2,3 2,4

„node 2 demands 3 units fromgoodA“ pass from node1

„node2supplies1unitsfromgoodB“ pass from node3

All stations of line 𝑙(starting locationstation)

෍ ෍ ෍

𝑋 𝑠,𝑙

𝑙∈𝐿2𝑠∈𝑙𝑖∈𝑁𝑗

𝑖,𝑗

𝑋1,𝑙1+𝑋1,𝑙1+𝑋1,𝑙1

1,2 3,2 4,2

+ +𝑋2,𝑙1 𝑋2,𝑙1 𝑋2,𝑙1

1,2 3,2 4,2

+ +𝑋3,𝑙1 𝑋3,𝑙1 𝑋3,𝑙1

1,2 3,2 4,2

• 𝑖𝑗 𝑋𝑠,𝐿:flowbetween𝑖and𝑗ofpassangersfromstation𝑠usingline𝑙.

Line connected to node 2

Nieghborstaionofj

𝑋1,𝑙2+𝑋1,𝑙2+𝑋1,𝑙2

1,2 3,2 4,2

• 𝑡,,𝑖𝑗 𝑋𝑠,𝑙 :flowofpassangers entering in station𝑠atperiod

𝑡using line 𝑙between station 𝑖and station 𝑗.

𝑠

𝐸𝑣𝑒𝑛𝑡2

• 𝑡,,𝑖𝑗 DecisionVariable:𝑋𝑙 :flowofpassangersatperiod𝑡usingline𝑙betweenstation𝑖andstation𝑗.
• CapacityConstrain

𝑋𝑙𝑡,,𝑖𝑗

𝑡∈𝑇𝑖∈𝑆𝑙𝑗∈𝑆𝑙

𝑇={𝑡1,𝑡2,𝑡3,𝑡4,…,𝑡𝑁} →

≤ 𝐶𝑙

( 𝑡,s1 ,𝑗

𝑡∈𝑇

+𝑋𝑙𝑡,s2,

+ ⋯+𝑋

𝑡,sN,𝑗

) =𝑋𝑙𝑡1,s1,𝑗

𝑙

+𝑋𝑙𝑡1,s2,

+𝑋𝑙

+⋯+𝑋𝑙

+⋯+𝑋𝑡2

𝑡1,sN,𝑗

𝑙 𝑙 𝑙 𝑙 𝑙 𝑙

+𝑋𝑙

+ 𝑋

+⋯+𝑋𝑙

𝑆={1,2,3,4,5,…,𝑁}→𝑆𝑙={𝑆,𝑆,𝑆,𝑆,𝑆,…,𝑆}

𝑡3,s1,𝑗

𝑡3,s2,𝑗

𝑡3,sN,𝑗

1 2 3 4 5 𝑁

.

.

.

+𝑋 +𝑋 +⋯+𝑋 𝑙 𝑙 𝑙

𝑡n,s1,𝑗 𝑡n,s2,𝑗 𝑡,sN,𝑗

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