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  1. Robustness analysis of a green chemistry-based model for the classification of silver nanoparticles synthesis processes 

    Cinelli, Marco; Coles, Stuart R.; Nadagouda, Mallikarjuna N.; et al. (2017)
    Journal of Cleaner Production
    Journal Article
  2. BEEF: Building stock Energy EFficiency model for Switzerland 

    Buffat, René; Heeren, Niko; Frömelt, Andreas; et al. (2017)
    Conference Poster
  3. Designing dynamic delivery parking spots in urban areas to reduce traffic disruptions 

    Roca-Riu, Mireia; Cao, Jin; Dakic, Igor; et al. (2017)
    Journal of Advanced Transportation
    Pick-up and delivery services are essential for businesses in urban areas. However, due to the limited space in city centers, it might be unfeasible to provide sufficient dedicated loading/unloading spots. As a result, this type of operations often interfere with traffic by occupying road space (e.g. illegal parking). In this study, a potential solution to avoid such disruptions is investigated: Dynamic Delivery Parking Spots (DDPS). ...
    Journal Article
  4. Analysis of one-way and two-way street configurations on urban grid networks 

    Ortigosa, Javier; Gayah, Vikash V.; Menendez, Monica (2017)
    Transportmetrica B: Transport Dynamics
    In this paper, we study traffic behavior on three different street configurations: one-way streets, two-way streets, and two-way streets with prohibited left turns. This study is novel because it employs three assignment and simulation methods to evaluate the networks under different conditions: analytical formulations, a Static Traffic Assignment algorithm, and a microsimulation software with a Dynamic Traffic Assignment. In general, the ...
    Journal Article

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