Shi-Qiang Dai

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An extended optimal velocity traffic flow model on two lanes including a bus stop and a bus deceleration area is proposed. The fundamental diagram is classified into seven distinct traffic states with the variation of density. Two new traffic states are found. One of them shows that lane-changing occurs frequently whether in front of or behind the bus, the(More)
We analytically investigate a wide cluster solution and show that it is not admitted in some of the traffic flow models in the literature. For those traffic flow models that admit the wide cluster solution, the relationship between two important control parameters and the critical densities that divide an equilibrium solution into stable and unstable(More)
This paper develops a number of Riemann solvers for a conserved higher-order traffic flow model, which are derived firstly by expressing its exact Riemann solver through that of the LWR model, and then by replacing the exact Riemann solver of the LWR model with the corresponding approximate Riemann solvers in the expression. Being applied to design a(More)
This paper presents a continuum traffic model. The derivation of this model is based upon the assumption that the stream velocity u reaches the equilibrium velocity u(e) within the relaxation time T, while the equilibrium velocity u(e) is adjusted to be attained through the driver's reaction time t(r). It is also assumed that the former delay time scale is(More)
The purpose of the present study is twofold. First, the techniques of correlated wave functions for two-electron systems have been extended to obtain results for P and D states in a screening environment, and in particular for Debye screening. In these calculations, the satisfaction of both the quantum virial theorem and a related sum rule has been enforced(More)
A coupled model based on finite element method (FEM) and scaled boundary finite element method (SBFEM) for transient dynamic response of large-scale SSI systems is presented. The wellestablished FEM is used for modeling the near-field bounded domains. A local high-order transmitting boundary, which is based on SBFEM and the improved continued fraction(More)
Based on the Nagel-Schreckenberg (NaSch) model of traffic flow, we study the effects of the orders of the evolutive rule on traffic flow. It has been found from simulation that the cellular automaton (CA) traffic model is very sensitively dependent on the orders of the evolutive rule. Changing the evolutive steps of the NaSch model will result in two(More)
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