CE 471 Transportation Engineering University of Southern California Hamid Bahadori; PE, TE, PTOE
What we will cover
Planning Design Operations Maintenance
How did it all start
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Fall 2012
CE 471: Principles of Transportation Engineering
Problem Set 5:
Travel-Demand Forecasting
Issue date: Monday, November 5
Due date: Monday, November 19
1. (10 pts) Exercise 9 from chapter 8 in the textbook [1].
2. (10 pts) Exercise 11 from chapte
Fall 2012
CE 471: Principles of Transportation Engineering
Problem Set 4:
Capacity Analysis & Transportation Modes
Issue date: Monday, October 22
Due date: Monday, November 5
1. (20 pts) Exercise 22 from chapter 4 in the textbook [1]. Assume that the widt
Fall 2012
CE 471: Principles of Transportation Engineering
Problem Set 1:
Roadway Design & Trac Flow Models
Issue date: Monday, September 3
Due date: Monday, September 17
1. Exercise 8 from chapter 2 in the textbook [1].
2. Exercise 13 from chapter 2 in t
Fall 2012
CE 471: Principles of Transportation Engineering
Problem Set 3:
Capacity Analysis
Issue date: Monday, October 1
Due date: Friday, October 12
1. (10 pts) Exercise 11 from chapter 3 in the textbook [1].
2. (10 pts) Exercise 3 from chapter 4 in the
Fall 2012
CE 471: Principles of Transportation Engineering
Problem Set 2:
Roadway Design & Trac Flow Models
Issue date: Monday, September 17
Due date: Monday, October 1
1. Exercise 21 from chapter 2 in the textbook [1].
2. Derive Equations (2.4.12) and (2
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Solutions to Chapter 7
W'rite out all in detail all the terms for 'F : Vv rectangular Cartesian coordinates.
Now assume a Newtonian uid; use generalized newtons law of viscosity for the
stress tensor 7- and expand 17 : V'v. Thus derive the expression f
Chapter 8 Solutions
1. Derive equations for the temperature in a slab if the thermal conductivity is (a)
constant, (b) varies linearly as MT) = [so + a(T To) and (c) varies as a quadratic
function MT) = kg + a(T To) + b(T T502
State how the heat How shoul
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Chapter 6 Solutions
Problems
1. Consider case of channel ow where the top plate at y : H moving at velocity of
U2 and the bottom plate at y = O is movin
Soiutions to Chapter 5
1. Write the divergence of the dyad pm: in index notation. Expand the derivatives
using chain rule.
Write the continuity equation in index notation and use this in the expanded expres
sion for the divergence of the above dyad. Simpl