Analisi del London Gateway utilizzando la modellazione di simulazione basata su eventi

Abstract

The scope of this paper is to give an insight into one of the main deep-sea ports in the United Kingdom, the London Gateway, which is a part of the Thames Gateway project and to indicate how, through becoming more rail focussed, it is possible for both output and efficiency to increase. The aim of this study is ultimately to highlight how gradually shifting the reliance of moving freight to rail from road can enhance the overall throughput and output of a port, while also improving the nation’s overall carbon emissions. However, as the results from this simulation show, there is not always the option to solely rely upon rail freight, this is because an over dependency upon one form instead of the other can ultimately have detrimental consequences upon both throughput and output, as well as questions over whether the current rail infrastructure of the United Kingdom has the capacity and ability to handle longer freight trains.

Publication DOI: https://doi.org/10.57597/IF.06.2023.ART.1
Divisions: College of Engineering & Physical Sciences > School of Infrastructure and Sustainable Engineering > Engineering Systems and Supply Chain Management
College of Engineering & Physical Sciences
Additional Information: This article protected by copyright. This is the author's accepted manuscript of an article published in Ingegneria Ferroviaria, shared in Aston Publications Explorer with the permission of the publisher.
Uncontrolled Keywords: simulation modelling,rail freight,intermodal
Publication ISSN: 0020-0956
Last Modified: 13 Jun 2024 07:30
Date Deposited: 14 Jul 2023 10:30
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PURE Output Type: Article
Published Date: 2023-06
Accepted Date: 2023-06-01
Authors: Butterworth, James
Marinov, Marin (ORCID Profile 0000-0003-1449-7436)

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