DEVELOPMENT AND INVESTIGATION OF MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR EVALUATION AND SYSTEM MONITORING OF CITY ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION BY URBAN TRANSPORTS
|Head:||Eugene Kopytov, Dr.Hab.Sc.Ing., Professor|
|Members:||Sharif Guseynov, Dr.Sc.Math., Ass. Professor|
Oleg Schiptsov, Dr.Sc.Ing., Ass. Professor
Janis Rimshans, Dr.Sc.Math., Professor
Stanislav Grishin, Ms.Sc.Ing.
Topics of Research and Main Results
The main subjects of there research are the air pollution status evaluation and dynamics forecasting in urban traffic circumstances; actions development for clearing and prevention of pollution in a town area, and foremost, living areas. During given research the mathematical models for the evaluation of such factors as traffic and transport structure, urban agglomeration planning and meteorological conditions influence on air pollution in urban quarters should be created. These models can be used for long-term planning of urban agglomeration, new urban quarters designing, and new highway building. They can also be useful in operative questions solutions on a traffic organization matter within a living area.
1. Grishin S., Kopytov E., Shchiptsov O. Research of Transport System Influence on Ecology of the City. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference “RELIABILITY and Statistics in Transportation and Communication” (RelStat'07), October 24-27, 2007, Riga, Latvia, p. 2-9.
2. Grishin S., Rimshans J.S., Kopytov E.A., Guseynov Sh.E., Schiptsov O.V. Time-dependent Problem for Determination of Exhaust Concentration in Urban Transport System. In: Proceedings of the International Conference ”Modelling of Business, Industrial and Transport Systems”. Ed. By E.Kopytov, H.Pronevicius, E.Zavadskas, I.Yatskiv. May 7-10, 2008, Riga, Latvia, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, pp. 177-184.
3. Guseynov Sh., Kopytov E., Grishin S., Schiptsov O., Rimshans J. Mathematical Model for Determination of Exhaust Concentration in Urban Atmosphere under Unknown Turbulent Air Flow Velocity. In: Additional Issue of Extended Abstracts the International Conference “RELIABILITY and Statistics in Transportation and Communication” (RelStat'08), 15-18 October 2008, Riga, Latvia, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, pp. 9-14.