HW#1
Matthew Maloney CE 3113 mwm48
1-2) On January 14th, I contacted a Tony Robertson, father of a close friend of mine, who currently works for the Davis & Mathis trucking company and inquired about
#3 (b)
Derive equation for average delay for the intersection ( from the total delay)
You would need to replace R1 or R2 , so that function only consists C, R1 or R2 (
value of L is given)
For opti
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1.(a)
Island 20
km
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x
Bridge 8 km
34-
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Mainland
Uw(x)
Utility of staying home UH=$0
Utility of working for a person living at x km from the south end
Working benefit: $60
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Hw # 4 solution , 2013
CE 3113
(Calculations are not in detail; please inform any typo through email)
1) a) Given, g1= -2.5% g2=+3%, L=900ft
Assume, SSD<L, L=AS2/ [400+3.5S] and A=5.5, L=900
S=670.4ft
Solution for Home Work 1
2013
Part A
a. Select three critical issues and discuss how they are relevant to your life. (10 pts)
Solution: Any three of the following:
Congestion, energy environment and c
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(20pts each unless marked)
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