Assumpt - 1 Assumption In the model 1 We presume that all of our trucks have two states running or waiting(stop.The speed of the trucks have the

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1. Assumption: In the model: 1. We presume that all of our trucks have two states, running or waiting (stop).The speed of the trucks have the distribution “308+ERLA(60.1,4)” Meter/Min for a loaded truck and “311+211*BETA(2.99,3.9)” Meter/Min for an empty truck. In order to simulate the running uphill or downhill, we adjust the trucks’ speed by changing velocity parameters (up for 0.9 and down for 1.1) on certain network links (routes). We do not presume that the truck is accelerating or putting on its breaks. 2. We presume that the weather has no impact for our running system 3. We presume that each truck has the length of 18 meters (14 meters for the length of itself and 4 meters for buffer space). 4. We presume there is a parking lot for the trucks. At this lot, the trucks can wait for the shovels to be available and also refuel if needed. This lot is located near the shovels. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course UNKNOWN 101 taught by Professor Luis during the Spring '12 term at Lehigh University .

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Assumpt - 1 Assumption In the model 1 We presume that all of our trucks have two states running or waiting(stop.The speed of the trucks have the

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