To generate efficient engine circuits, before the time table is fixed

This project industrialises a research prototype developed within the earlier project TUFF. The aim is to give Green Cargo the possibility to generate efficient engine circuits, although the time table is not yet fixed. By utilising the time windows that exists before the time table is fixed, it is possible to fixate relations between the engines that guaranties a maximum number of engines that needs to be employd for the given traffic.

 The project is funded by Green Cargo.

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Aronsson, Martin and Kreuger, Per and Gjerdrum, Jonathan (2010) An Efficient MIP Model for Locomotive Routing and Scheduling. In: Computers in Railways XII, 2010, Beijing, China.

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