civl6054 - Postgraduate Curriculum _ Course Title:...

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Postgraduate Curriculum _________________________________________________________________________________________ Course Title: Engineering for transport systems Course Code: CIVL6054 Lecturer(s): Mr. T.F. Leung / Prof. C.K. Mak / Prof. H.C. Pang Year: 2005-06 Level: M.Sc. Lecture Hours: 32.5 hours Tutorial Hours: Laboratory Hours: Examination Hours: 2 hours Other Hours: - Pre-requisite: Co-requisite: Course Objectives To teach students the engineering aspects of transportation systems. Course Syllabus Calendar Entry The course will introduce students to the basic performance characteristics of various transportation modes for passengers and freight. The focus will be on the interaction between performance and factors related to transportation technology, facility, system design and patterns of demand. Course Contents 1. Road Safety Problems, Strategy and Engineering 10.0 hours Road Safety Problems Road Safety Strategy Road Safety Engineering 2. Transportation System and Planning 10.0 hours Transport Planning in Hong Kong Strategic Development of Transport Infrastructures and Services Engineering and Other Considerations Case Review 3. Railway Engineering 12.5 hours Introduction and Basic Concepts Urban Railways Main Line Railways Railway Infrastructure Development Infrastructure Planning and Decision Making Textbook: References: 1. British Railway Track, latest ed., The Permanent Way Institute. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2012 for the course CIVIL 6049 taught by Professor Can'tremember during the Spring '12 term at HKU.

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