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Research on PM emission and energy consumption of mixed traffic flow based on cellular automata FI model

@article{Chen2020ResearchOP,
  title={Research on PM emission and energy consumption of mixed traffic flow based on cellular automata FI model},
  author={Dong Xu Chen and Yanping Huang and Xue Wang and Minqiang Tan and Bing-ling Cen},
  journal={arXiv: Cellular Automata and Lattice Gases},
  year={2020}
}
Traffic congestion leads to a sharp increase in fuel consumption and exhaust emissions, which easily leads to air pollution and fuel waste. Based on Fukui-Ishibashi (FI) model, this paper studies particulate matter(PM) emission and energy dissipation of traffic flow by considering the maximum speed, mixing ratio and random slowing probability. Simulation results show that the energy dissipation of the traffic flow consisting of the same length and different maximum velocity is associated with… 

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