1 max delay wait time 2 max queue length in terms of

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Unformatted text preview: capacity is back to normal (2400 vphpl). For simplicity, you can assume that the queueing system is D/D/1. Comparing between the two systems in terms of the following measures should help you comment about the two scenarios. 1. Max delay (wait time). 2. Max queue length (in terms of number of vehicles, and in miles of highway). 3. Average delay (wait time) per vehicle. Scenario A: Arrival rate for all times is 200 vphpl  4000vph  l=66.67 veh/min Service rates: 0 ­15 min  m1 = 0 15 ­35 min  single lane opened at 1500vphpl  m2 = 1500 vph/60 = 25 veh/min 35  min both lanes at 2400 vphpl  4800 vph  m3 = 80 veh/min Scenario B: Arrival rates: 0 ­5 min  l1=2000*2/60 = 66.67 veh/min 5 min  on till queue clear...
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This document was uploaded on 02/25/2014 for the course CEE 207 at Lehigh University .

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