Dynamics of pedestrians in regions with no visibility:a lattice model without exclusion

@article{Cirillo2012DynamicsOP,
  title={Dynamics of pedestrians in regions with no visibility:a lattice model without exclusion},
  author={E. Cirillo and A. Muntean},
  journal={Physics of Fluids},
  year={2012}
}
  • E. Cirillo, A. Muntean
  • Published 2012
  • Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics
  • Physics of Fluids
  • We investigate the motion of pedestrians through obscure corridors where the lack of visibility (due to smoke, fog, darkness, etc.) hides the precise position of the exits. We focus our attention on a set of basic mechanisms, which we assume to be governing the dynamics at the individual level. Using a lattice model, we explore the effects of non-exclusion on the overall exit flux (evacuation rate). More precisely, we study the effect of the buddying threshold (of no-exclusion per site) on the… CONTINUE READING

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