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A Disaggregate Freight Transport Model for Germany.

By: Reiche, Sascha.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Wiesbaden : Gabler, 2017Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (392 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783658191535.Subject(s): Freight and freightage--GermanyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: A Disaggregate Freight Transport Model for GermanyDDC classification: 620 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Danksagung -- Content -- List of figures -- List of tables -- List of equations -- List of abbreviations -- Abstract -- Kurzfassung -- 1. Motivation and problem context -- 1.1. Research questions -- 1.2. Scientific and practical relevance -- 1.3. Research Design and Scope -- A Contextual outline -- 2. Freight transport in Germany by volume -- 3. Freight transport in Germany as a general system -- 4. Freight transport in Germany as an economic market -- 4.1. Freight transport demand and supply interactions -- 4.2. Structural framework -- 4.3. Synopsis -- 4.4. Specific statistical data -- 4.4.1. Regional specific information -- 4.4.2. Commodity specific information -- 4.4.3. Mode specific statistical information on the German freight transport market -- B Freight transport modelling -- 5. General types of freight transport models -- 6. An overview on freight modelling techniques -- 6.1. The four stage transport modelling concept -- 6.2. Transport trip generation models -- 6.2.1. Direct surveys or trip counts -- 6.2.2. Input-output data based models -- 6.2.3. Comparison -- 6.3. Trip distribution models -- 6.3.1. Growth factor models -- 6.3.2. Synthetic trip distribution models -- 6.3.3. The OD-PC-gap in freight distribution modelling -- 6.4. Modal split models -- 6.4.1. Excursus on choice modelling techniques -- 6.4.2. Disaggregate modal split models -- 6.5. Assignment models -- 6.6. Résumé on the four stage transport modelling procedure -- 7. Present modelling approaches -- 7.1. Characteristics of disaggregate national freight transport models -- 7.2. Characteristics of aggregate national freight transport models -- 7.3. Conclusion -- C Framework for a disaggregate German freight transport model -- 8. The Freight generation module -- 9. The freight distribution module -- 9.1. Supply chain synthesis -- 9.2. Allocation of supplier-consumer pairings.
9.3. Shipment size determination -- 10. Combined modal split and network assignment model -- 11. Model structure overview -- D Realisation of the disaggregate German freight transport model -- 12. Modelling freight generation -- 12.1. Input data selection -- 12.2. Firm generation -- 12.3. Sectoral output generation -- 12.4. Firm-specific output allocation -- 13. Modelling freight distribution -- 13.1. Firm-specific supply chain synthesis evaluation criteria -- 13.2. Supplier pre-selection by sectoral economic relationships -- 13.3. Synthetic supply chain elements -- 13.4. Designation of synthetic supply chain elements to network nodes -- 13.5. Validation of allocated sectoral input and output volumes -- 13.6. Final supplier selection by performance evaluation -- 13.7. Completion by a shipment sizing -- 14. Modelling the freight network -- 14.1. Network link transport cost evaluation principles -- 14.2. Road freight transport link costs -- 14.2.1. Reference road freight cost calculation scheme -- 14.2.2. Additional road freight cost factors -- 14.2.3. Overall road freight cost calculation scheme -- 14.2.4. Validation -- 14.3. Rail freight transport link costs -- 14.3.1. Reference rail freight cost calculation scheme -- 14.3.2. Additional rail freight cost factors -- 14.3.3. Additional costs factors for containerised transports -- 14.3.4. Overall rail freight cost calculation scheme -- 14.3.5. Validation -- 14.4. IWW freight transport link cost -- 14.4.1. Additional IWW freight cost factors -- 14.4.2. Overall IWW freight cost calculation scheme -- 14.4.3. Validation -- 15. Combined modal split and network assignment module -- 15.1. Transport flow estimation -- 15.1.1. Input data combination principles -- 15.1.2. Examples for combination strategy -- 15.2. Formalisation of the transport flow estimation.
15.3. Execution within the overall model's context -- 15.4. Calibration -- E Résumé -- 16. Interpretation of the model -- 16.1. Strategies for future developments -- 16.2. Usefulness of the overall results -- 16.2.1. Freight generation measures -- 16.2.2. Freight distribution measures -- 16.2.3. Modal split and network assignment measures -- 16.2.4. Overview on the model's overall usefulness -- 16.3. Summary and Conclusion -- F Bibliography -- G Appendix.
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Danksagung -- Content -- List of figures -- List of tables -- List of equations -- List of abbreviations -- Abstract -- Kurzfassung -- 1. Motivation and problem context -- 1.1. Research questions -- 1.2. Scientific and practical relevance -- 1.3. Research Design and Scope -- A Contextual outline -- 2. Freight transport in Germany by volume -- 3. Freight transport in Germany as a general system -- 4. Freight transport in Germany as an economic market -- 4.1. Freight transport demand and supply interactions -- 4.2. Structural framework -- 4.3. Synopsis -- 4.4. Specific statistical data -- 4.4.1. Regional specific information -- 4.4.2. Commodity specific information -- 4.4.3. Mode specific statistical information on the German freight transport market -- B Freight transport modelling -- 5. General types of freight transport models -- 6. An overview on freight modelling techniques -- 6.1. The four stage transport modelling concept -- 6.2. Transport trip generation models -- 6.2.1. Direct surveys or trip counts -- 6.2.2. Input-output data based models -- 6.2.3. Comparison -- 6.3. Trip distribution models -- 6.3.1. Growth factor models -- 6.3.2. Synthetic trip distribution models -- 6.3.3. The OD-PC-gap in freight distribution modelling -- 6.4. Modal split models -- 6.4.1. Excursus on choice modelling techniques -- 6.4.2. Disaggregate modal split models -- 6.5. Assignment models -- 6.6. Résumé on the four stage transport modelling procedure -- 7. Present modelling approaches -- 7.1. Characteristics of disaggregate national freight transport models -- 7.2. Characteristics of aggregate national freight transport models -- 7.3. Conclusion -- C Framework for a disaggregate German freight transport model -- 8. The Freight generation module -- 9. The freight distribution module -- 9.1. Supply chain synthesis -- 9.2. Allocation of supplier-consumer pairings.

9.3. Shipment size determination -- 10. Combined modal split and network assignment model -- 11. Model structure overview -- D Realisation of the disaggregate German freight transport model -- 12. Modelling freight generation -- 12.1. Input data selection -- 12.2. Firm generation -- 12.3. Sectoral output generation -- 12.4. Firm-specific output allocation -- 13. Modelling freight distribution -- 13.1. Firm-specific supply chain synthesis evaluation criteria -- 13.2. Supplier pre-selection by sectoral economic relationships -- 13.3. Synthetic supply chain elements -- 13.4. Designation of synthetic supply chain elements to network nodes -- 13.5. Validation of allocated sectoral input and output volumes -- 13.6. Final supplier selection by performance evaluation -- 13.7. Completion by a shipment sizing -- 14. Modelling the freight network -- 14.1. Network link transport cost evaluation principles -- 14.2. Road freight transport link costs -- 14.2.1. Reference road freight cost calculation scheme -- 14.2.2. Additional road freight cost factors -- 14.2.3. Overall road freight cost calculation scheme -- 14.2.4. Validation -- 14.3. Rail freight transport link costs -- 14.3.1. Reference rail freight cost calculation scheme -- 14.3.2. Additional rail freight cost factors -- 14.3.3. Additional costs factors for containerised transports -- 14.3.4. Overall rail freight cost calculation scheme -- 14.3.5. Validation -- 14.4. IWW freight transport link cost -- 14.4.1. Additional IWW freight cost factors -- 14.4.2. Overall IWW freight cost calculation scheme -- 14.4.3. Validation -- 15. Combined modal split and network assignment module -- 15.1. Transport flow estimation -- 15.1.1. Input data combination principles -- 15.1.2. Examples for combination strategy -- 15.2. Formalisation of the transport flow estimation.

15.3. Execution within the overall model's context -- 15.4. Calibration -- E Résumé -- 16. Interpretation of the model -- 16.1. Strategies for future developments -- 16.2. Usefulness of the overall results -- 16.2.1. Freight generation measures -- 16.2.2. Freight distribution measures -- 16.2.3. Modal split and network assignment measures -- 16.2.4. Overview on the model's overall usefulness -- 16.3. Summary and Conclusion -- F Bibliography -- G Appendix.

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