COIT20275- System Science & Engineering | Transit System

Added on - Mar 2020

This report is on "light rail transit system". The report is prepared for the development of the light rail transit system and analyzing the different problems faced in the transit system. The benefits that the citizen can gain with the implementation of the LRT is analyzed. The success of the light rail according to its sustainability and reliability is discussed in the report. The report is prepared for adding details about the framework of the light rail transitand a conceptual design is created for analyzing the details For a better understanding of the report, you can also check the light rail service.

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Running head: SYSTEM SCIENCE AND ENGINEERINGDevelopment of Light rail Transit FrameworkName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor’s Note
1SYSTEM SCIENCE AND ENGINEERINGExecutive SummaryThe report is prepared for the development of the light rail transit system and analyzing thedifferent problems faced in the transit system. The benefits that the citizen can gain with theimplementation of the LRT is analyzed. The success of the light rail according to itssustainability and reliability is discussed in the report. The challenge faced during theimplementation of the Light Rail Transit is also analyzed for the implementation of theproject. The areas the light rail is required to cover for meeting the demand of the commutersare discussed in the report and an estimation is made for the cost required for the completionof the project. The management of the land and development of the framework is essential forthe development of the system.
2SYSTEM SCIENCE AND ENGINEERINGTable of Contents1. Introduction................................................................................................................31.1. Background.........................................................................................................31.2. Scope...................................................................................................................31.3. Objectives............................................................................................................42. Needs of Definition....................................................................................................42.1. System Operational Requirement.......................................................................62.2. System Maintenance and Support.......................................................................62.3. Technical performance Measures (TPMs)..........................................................73. Conceptual Design.....................................................................................................73.1. Preliminary system design..................................................................................83.2. Functional Analysis and allocation.....................................................................83.3. Preliminary design criteria..................................................................................83.4. Cost of deployment...........................................................................................114. Detailed Design and Development...........................................................................124.1. Documentation..................................................................................................124.2. Engineering tools and technologies..................................................................124.3. Analytical Models and Modelling.....................................................................125. Conclusion................................................................................................................136. Recommendations....................................................................................................13References....................................................................................................................15
3SYSTEM SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING1. IntroductionThe light rail transit system is developed after making a detailed analysis on thecurrent structure of the city and the problems faced by the people living in the city. Thequality of the transportation can be improved with the development of the project and it canalso reduce the clog in the city by covering most of the important areas in the city (Rakoczyet al.2017). The light rail transition is quite similar with the trams but the capacity isincreased and it have lower capital cost when compared with the heavy rails.The report is prepared for adding details about the framework of the light rail transitand a conceptual design is created for analyzing the details. The area that is required to becovered is analyzed and a framework is proposed for the deployment of the light railframework in Brisbane.1.1. BackgroundThe light rails are separated from the normal traffic and thus can reach the destinationfaster than the normal transit services. The light rail can run using the overhead electric lineor diesel engine depending upon the capacity and the speed for which the system is designed.The busy routes are marked and the important areas that is required to be covered foravoiding congestion in the traffic are documented for the preparation of the report. Somerecommendations are made that would help to increase the efficiency of the light rail systemand reduce the time of travelling in the report.1.2. ScopeThe main scope of the project are as follows:Installation of the overhead electricity linesLayout of the track covering the important areasModelling of the LRT framework

From the above report "functional analysis and allocation", we conclude that the development of the light rail transport system of the system would be improved and it would help to develop a smart city. The people using the light rail for commuting different parts of the city can save a lot of amount time and money. 

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