# JNTUA B.TECH R 19 4-1 Syllabus For Traffic analysis PDF 2022

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### Traffic analysis Unit One

Traffic Flow Description:Types Of StatisticalDistributions; Discrete And Continuous Distributions; Counting And Interval Distributions Used In Traffic Analysis; Poisson’s Distribution For Vehicle Arrivals; Headway Distributions –Exponential Distribution; Shifted Exponential Distribution; Erlang Distribution; Composite Distribution. Numerical Exercises.

### Traffic analysis Unit Two

Queuing Theory: M/M/1 & D/D/I System: Introduction To Queuing Theory; Notation Used For Describing A Queue System; Analysis Of M/M/1 System; Assumptions And Derivation Of System State Equations; Application Of M/M/1 Analysis For Parking Garages And Toll Plazas-Numerical Examples.Queuing Theory -D/D/1 System: Traffic Interruptions Like Accidents Or Bottlenecks; Analysis Of D/D/1 System For Delay Characteristics; Traffic Signal Analysis As D/D/1 System; Computation Of Delays And Queue Dissipation Time –Numerical Examples.

### Traffic analysis Unit Three

Pedestrian Delays And Gaps:Pedestrian Gap Acceptance And Delays; Concept Of Blocks, Anti-Blocks, Gaps And Non-Gaps; Underwood’s Analysis For Pedestrian Delays; Warrants For Pedestrian Crossing Facilities –Minimum Vehicular Volume Warrant, Minimum Pedestrian Volume Warrant, Maximum Pedestrian Volume Warrant.

### Traffic analysis Unit Four

Shockwave Theory:Concept Of Shockwave; Causes For Traffic Interruptions And Shockwaves; Flow-Density Diagram Use In Shockwave Analysis; Use Of Time-Space Diagram For Shockwave Description; Bottleneck Situations And Shockwaves; Traffic Signal And Shockwave Theory; Numerical Examples For Application Of Shockwave Theory.

### Traffic analysis Unit Five

Traffic Simulation:Introduction To Simulation; Need For Simulation Modeling; Steps In Simulation; Interval Oriented And Event Oriented Simulation; Use Of Random Numbers In Simulation; Random Number Generation Methods; Computing Headways And Arrival Times Based On Random Numbers; Basic Concepts Of Simulation Modeling Application For Signalised Intersections, Pedestrian Crossings And Transit Scheduling.

### Traffic analysis Course Objectives

To teach the application of statistical distributions for Traffic Data Analysis. To introduce queuing theory and its applications to traffic.To make the students understand, types of pedestrian crossing facilities and warrants associated.To introduce the concept of shock wave theory and its applications in bottle neck analysis. To make the students to understand the concept of simulation and steps involved.

### Traffic analysis Course Outcomes

At the end of the course, the students will be able to:Understand and appreciate the application of statistical distribution for traffic analysis.Apply queueing theory for traffic analysis and to understand various queueing systems.Analyze pedestrian gap acceptance behavior and to apply underwood’s warrants.Understand shockwave theory and to analyze the bottleneck situation using shockwave theory.Learn simulation technique basics and to apply them for traffic analysis.

### Traffic analysis Text Books

1. A Monograph , “Traffic Flow Theory”: TRB Special Report 165
2. C.S.Papacostas, “Fundamentals Of Transportation Engineering”, Prentice Hall India Publication.

### Traffic analysis Reference Books

1.F.L.Mannering & W.P.Kilareski, Principles Of Highway Engineering And Traffic Analysis, John Wiley Publishers. 2.A.D.May, “Traffic Flow Fundamentals”, Prentice Hall India Publication
3.Mcshane & Rogers, “Fundamentals Of Traffic Engineering”, pearsons Publishers.

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