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Hickman M. (Ed), Mirchandani P. (Ed) — Computer-Aided Systems in Public Transport
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Название: Computer-Aided Systems in Public Transport

Авторы: Hickman M. (Ed), Mirchandani P. (Ed)

Аннотация:

The scope of this volume centers on advancements in the state of art and the state of the practice in computer-aided systems in public transport. Yet, this volume illustrates a greater breadth of subjects in this area. The common theme remains the use of computer-aided methods and operations research techniques to improve: (1) information management; (2) network and route planning; (3) vehicle and crew scheduling and rostering; (4) vehicle monitoring and management; and, (5) practical experience with scheduling and public transport planning methods. This volume consists of selected papers presented at the Ninth International Conference on Computer-Aided Scheduling of Public Transport.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 2008

Количество страниц: 432

Добавлена в каталог: 09.11.2008

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Предметный указатель
$A_{1}$ transformation      100
$A_{2}$ transformation      91
$A_{3}$ and $A_{4}$ transformations      91
Allotropy      90
Alloy, irreversible      107
Alloy, reversible      107
Alloys, cobalt-nickel      116—118
Alloys, Heusler's      118—121
Alloys, iron-cobalt      113—115
Alloys, iron-nickel      105—112
Alloys, manganese-antimony      120
Ashworth      39
Atomic rays      240
Austenite      99
Austin      119
Bain      91
Ballistic galvanometer      7
Ballistic method      22—24
Barrett      79
Barus      64
Bauer, C.      36
Bauer, E.      137
Beck, K.      150 153
Beck, N.      192
Beetz      35
Benedicks      38
Bidwell      54
Bloch      116 117 136
Bohr      231 239
Boltzmann      176
Borel      29
Bound electron      167
Broadway      223
Bruins      231
Burgess      95 187
Cabrera      231 238
Cailletet      139
Cantone      67
Cementite      99
Change of length by magnetization      53—59 83—87 108—109 115 117—118 160—161
Change of volume by magnetization      62—63 109—110
Charpy      97
Coercive force      35
Compensating coil      17
Corresponding states, equation of      191
Coulomb      200
Critical temperature      79
Curie      81 92 131 133 134 136 141 178
Curie's laws      132
Curve of magnetization      7
de Haas      140
Debye      183
Deflection      21
Demagnetizing factor      9 16
Demagnetizing force      7 9—10
Deslandres      27
Devaud      140
Dewar      84
Diamagnetic substance      2 183—189
Dieckmann      120 122
Dilatometer      62
Directions of easy and difficult magnetizations      164
Drapier      140
du Bois      26 34 137
du Jassoneix, Binet      122
Dumat      106
Dumont      106
Effective field      16
Electric current      1
Electric resistance at high temperatures      95—96 104
electromagnetic field      1
Electromagnets      25—28
Electromagnets, H. Deslandres et A. Perrots'      27
Electromagnets, H. du Bois'      26
Electromagnets, P. Weiss'      26
Electromagnets, Rumkorf's      25
Electron      167
Elementary complex      199
Elementary magnet, nature of      167—168
Elias      231
Endo      132
Equilibrium diagram of cobalt-nickel alloys      116
Equilibrium diagram of iron-carbon alloys      99—101
Equilibrium diagram of iron-cobalt alloys      113
Equilibrium diagram of iron-nickel alloys      105
Equivalent area      30
Eutectoid mixture      100
Ewing      37 40 53 54 198 199 200 212
Faraday      1 123 145 146
Faraday's law      1
Ferrite      99
Ferromagnetic compounds      121—122
Ferromagnetic substance      3—4
Ferromagnetism, origin of      173—175
Feytis      140 236
Finke      146 148
Foeex      92 136 149
Frankamp      231
Free electron      167
Free magnetism, distribution of, on a magnetized substance      37—39
Frenkel      186
GANs      49 182 183 199
General theory of magnetostriction      43—44
Gerlach      154 240
Geuther      122
Goldschmidt      153
Gore      79
graphite      99
Gravitational potential      10
Grenet      97
Grondahl      119
Guertler      113
Guillaume      105 119
Gumlich      36 229
Hadfield      39
Harrison      95
Haupt      119
Hector      130 139
Hennig      137
Heusler      119 188
Heydweiller      49 52
Hilpert      120 121 122
History of thermomagnetism      79—80
Hoejendahl      186
Hog      118
Holborn      36
Homma      37
Honda      33 34 49 51 52 53 54 55 57 58 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 73 74 75 76 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 91 94 95 96 97 101 102 103 104 106 107 108 109 110 111 113 114 115 120 124 129 130 131 132 134 135 136 137 140 141 142 143 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 166 178 191 193 200 212 214 215 240
Hopkinson      79 81 95 105
Hysteresis-loop      35 40 214
Iitaka      104
Imai      104
Induced current      1
Induced electromotive force      1
Intensity of magnetic field      1
Intensity of magnetization      5 33—34
Ishiwara      92 119 122 141 142 143 144 240
Isihara      104
Jackson      141 149
Jantsch      140
Jimeno      231
K.S. magnet steel      115
Kadooka      38
Kaneko      113 116
Kase      105
Kaufmann      36
Kaya      154 155 156 157 158 159 222
Keesom      183
Kelberg      95 187
Kido      108 114 115
Kinoshita      146
Kirchhoff      67 70 77 89
Kirchhoff's constants      67—70
Kohlrausch      79
Kolacek      49
Kunz      150 164 165
Kusakabe      81
Langevin      176 178 180 182 183 184 185 189 190 229 238
Larmor      175 183
Larmor precession      170
Le Chatelier      80 95
Lenard      29
Line of magnetic force      3
Line of magnetic induction      3
Loschmidt      229 235
Loschmidt number      235
Magnetic field      1
Magnetic flux      1
Magnetic Hysteresis      3 34—36
Magnetic hysteresis in ferromagnetic crystals      223—227
Magnetic induction      3
magnetic moment      6 229—231
Magnetic permeability      3
magnetic susceptibility      5
Magnetic susceptibility at high temperatures      131—137
Magnetic susceptibility of different gases      137—140
Magnetic susceptibility of elements      128—131
Magnetic susceptibility of ferromagnetic elements above their critical points      135—137
Magnetic susceptibility of inorganic compounds      140—143
Magnetic susceptibility of organic compounds      143—144
Magnetic susceptibility of oxygen at different temperatures      134
Magnetic susceptibility of para- and diamagnetic crystals      145 148—149
Magnetic susceptibility of tin at different temperatures      134—135
Magnetic susceptibility of water      140
Magnetic viscosity      37
Magnetization and concentration in cobalt-nickel alloys      117
Magnetization and concentration in iron-cobalt alloys      114
Magnetization and concentration in iron-nickel alloys      106—107
Magnetization at different temperatures in iron-nickel alloys      110—112
Magnetization at high temperatures in ferromagnetic metals      80—82
Magnetization due to revolving electrons      168—173
Magnetization in iron crystal      153—159 216—221
Magnetization in magnetite      161—163
Magnetization in nickel crystal      33—34
Magnetization in pyrrhotite      164—166
Magnetization in very weak fields      36—37
Magnetization of ferromagnetic substances      33—34 207—212
Magnetization of iron at high temperatures      81
Magnetization of steel at high temperatures      102
Magnetization, circular, effect of twist on      71 74—75
Magnetization, effect of hydrostatic pressure on      61—62
Magnetization, effect of hydrostatic tension or pressure on      48
Magnetization, effect of temperature on      102 214—216
Magnetization, effect of tension or pressure, on      49—53
Magnetization, effect of twist on      63—64
Magnetization, effect of vibration on      39—40
Magnetization, longitudinal, effect of twist on      70—71 74—75
Magnetization, spontaneous      190—191
Magnetizing coil      17
Magnetometer      17
Magneton      233
Magnetostriction      59
Magnetostriction at high and low temperatures      83—89
Magnetostriction in cobalt-nickel alloys      117—118
Magnetostriction in iron crystal      160—161
Magnetostriction in iron-cobalt alloys      115
Magnetostriction in iron-nickel alloys      108—110
Mann      16
Marquina      231
Mashiyama      154 160 161
Masumoto      93 99 113 116 117 118
Matsuda      104
Maurain      35 36
Maxwell      10 123 176 198 215
Meier      36
Mendeleff      130
Method of measuring magnetization in ferromagnetic crystals      150—153
Method of measuring magnetization in strong fields      30—33
Method, ballistic, of measuring magnetization      22—24
Method, differential, of measuring magnetostriction      55—56
Method, magnetometric, of measuring magnetization      17—22
Method, of measuring strong magnetic field, Bismuth spiral      28—29
Method, of measuring strong magnetic field, Exploring coil      30
Method, of measuring strong magnetic field, Plane-polarised light      29—30
Method, of measuring the magnetic susceptibility, cylinder      127—128
Method, of measuring the magnetic susceptibility, Faraday's torsion balance      123—125
Method, of measuring the magnetic susceptibility, Hydrostatic      126—127
Method, of measuring the magnetic susceptibility, Weiss' electromagnetic      125—126
Method, yoke, of measuring magnetization      24—25
Meyer      95 140
Modulus of elasticity, change of, by magnetization      56—57 59
Molecular field      189
Moles      231
Morris      81
Nagaoka      21 33 34 54 55 58 61 62 63 67 68 69 73 74 75 76 81 106 107 108 109 110 121
Nature of elementary magnet      167—168
Normal curve of magnetization      8
Nucleus      167
Ogura      95 96 104
Okubo      166 178 200 212 214 215
Onnes      134 141 183 234 238
Oosterhuis      141 182 183
Optical lever      54
Osawa      105
Osmond      105
Owen      129 130 132 133
Oxley      144
Paramagnetic substance      2
Paramagnetism, origin of      173—175
Pascal      140 141 143 188 235 236
Pascal's addition-law      143
Pearlite      100
Peddie      199
Permalloy      112
Perrier      134 141 183
Perrot      27
Phase change      90
Piccard      137 140
Pierce      36
PINA      231
Planck      239
poisson      10 68 196
Potter      223
Preuss      113 229
Principal axes of magnetization      145
Principal susceptibility      145
Proton      167
Quartarolli      231
Quittner      150 161 162 164
Rabi      150
Ragowski      36
Rayleigh      36 209
Recalescence      80
Reciprocal relation      49
Reiche      183
Relation, between para- and ferromagnetic substances      194—196
Relation, between susceptibility and temperature above critical point      191—192
Residual magnetism      35 212—214
Richarz      119
Rigidity      48 65—66
Rigidity, change of, due to magnetization      64—67
Robert-Austin      93
Roessler      19
Roop      137
Rotszajn      183
Ruer      113 116
Rumkorf      25
Rutherford      174
Sato      98
Saturated magnetization      7
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