Luke Stewart - (by using the smallest capacity rule)...

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Max Flow 5-32 Internation Drive Road System Step 1 path 1-2-6-9-11 smallest capacitiy is 3 Step 2 path 1-3-7-10-11 smallest capacity is 8 Step 3 path 1-4-7-10-11 smallest capacity is 0 Step 4 path 1-5-8-10-11 smallest capacity is 2 Path Flow (100's of yards) 1-2-6-9-11 3 1-3-7-10-11 8 1-4-7-10-11 0 1-5-8-10-11 2 13 Therefore the maximum flow of cars from International drive (node 1) to Disney World (node 11) is 1300 cars per hour
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Model: 2.0 User: Displays the amount of traffic that can travel between the different nodes Created by: Stewart Industries Description: This model shows the maximum flow of cars that can travel from node 1 to node 11 per hour
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Unformatted text preview: (by using the smallest capacity rule) Documentation The results for Model 2.0 shows that path 1-2-6-9-11 can handle 300 cars per hour. while path 1-3-7-10-11 can handle up to 800 cars traveling along its path per hour, this is due to a larger capacity (flow) along its path. On the other hand path 1-4-7-10-11 has a flow of zero, therfore it was ignored in the model. And path 1-5-8-10-11 flow was 200 cars per hour, making the total cars that can travel between Internation Drive and Disney World 1300 cars per hour...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course BUSINESS BU2005 taught by Professor Smith during the Three '10 term at Bond College.

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