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A Special Issue of International Journal of Transportation Engineering and Technology (ISSN Online 2575-1751)

Deadline for manuscript submissions: Dec. 15, 2020

Transportation Engineering Technology involves the design, manufacture and upkeep of aircraft, spacecraft and all types of transportation mean. Transportation engineering research deals with the design, construction, and study of the science behind the forces and physical properties of crafts, vessels and vehicles. The field also covers their aero-hydrodynamic characteristics and behaviors, airfoil, control surfaces, lift, drag, and other studies in traffics and transportation problems. It is immensely important in the present day world. This special issue is intended to attract submissions of research papers concerning the teaching and technologies in aerospace and transportation engineering. We look forward to original research papers involving latest discoveries and improvements in this area.
Aims and Scope:
  1. Materials Chemistry, Structure and Synthesis for Aerospace (AE), Marine System (MS) and Transportation (TR) Engineering
  2. Functional Materials for AE, MS, TR Engineering
  3. New Technologies and Design for AE, MS, TR and Combustion Systems
  4. Synthetic Fuels and Biofuels for Power Engineering
  5. Energy Policies and Strategies Related to AE, MS, TR Engineering
  6. Applications of AE, MS, TR Technology
  7. Technological Innovation in Aviation and Transportation
  8. Transport Planning
  9. Navigation
  10. Vehicle Routine
  11. Logistics and Transport
  12. Transportation Engineering Education
Lead Guest Editor
  • Vo Trong Cang

    Faculty of Transportation Engineering, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology , Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Guest Editors
  • Nguyen Huu Huong

    Department of Automotive Engineering, Hochiminh City University of Transportation , Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

  • Tran Tien-Anh

    Department of Aerospace Engineering, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology , Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

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  • Authors: Ly Vinh Dat, Nguyen Thai Hoc

    Abstract: The linear generator (LG) is integrated into a system that called the free piston linear generator (FPLG). In recent year, free piston engine that is studied by many researchers, has some advantages. Therefore, the application of the line generator in free piston for converting the chemical energy to electrical energy that can be used for plug-in hybrids to extend the range of operations as an alternative energy converter. Therefore, the optimizing of linear generator performance be able to significantly reduce the vehicle's fuel consumption. The parameters in permanent magnet linear electric machine (PMLEM) are designed by Maxwell software and the optimal parameters is carried out via the flux density. To achieve this goal, a linear generator in free piston engine with a flat structure and quasi-Halbach array flux structure was proposed. The simulation of linear generator is performed based on the speed ranges in the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) for a mid-size car. In the study, a linear electrical machine (LEM) is designed by Maxwell software with translator that has various diameters. The results show that the suitable parameters for stator and rotor about 7.7 mm and 14 mm, respectively. Because the flux density for this design’s stator and rotor yoke avoids saturation state and generates the highest electrical output compared to the other states. Besides, the paper also examined the power output at different frequencies from 15 Hz to 50 Hz, corresponds to a velocity amplitude of 3.6 m/s to 12 m/s. The simulation result shows that the frequencies from 15Hz to 30 Hz with 4.8 m/s to 7.2 m/s (1200 rpm to 2100 rpm), respectively meets engine speed operation ranges in hybrid vehicle and these frequencies produce the power output that increases considerably about 7.5 kW at 30 Hz.

    Publication Date: Aug. 31, 2021 Views: Downloads:
  • Authors: Vo Minh Phuc, Vo Trong Cang

    Abstract: The main research objective is creating the knowledgebase on transport and urban development and their adverse impacts to public health of big cities’ citizen. This research is a flatform from which future studies could be conducted with the purposes to improve urbanization and health-related issues toward healthy cities and sustainable urban development. The literature review research method is applied throughout the study process to review and summarize on: (1) the legal documents on urban planning and development, including transportation, environmental related-aspects; (2) scientific studies on urban planning and development, urban planning - transport - public health relationship, public health contribution to sustainable development, and (3) news and articles from media, newspaper about the current situation of urban planning, traffic, health issues and changes in related policies, etc. Main findings of the study: (1) listing out the major negative health effects related to transport and urban planning, such as: injuries and accidents are main causes leading to urban mortality (especially in Asia) and illness realated to pollutants releasing from traffic activities; and (2) introduction some public health improvement applying planning-related measures: Healthy Cities Program (HCP) and Healthy Urban Planning (HUP) by WHO, KonSULT’s policy measures analysis in term of Health effects.

    Publication Date: Mar. 26, 2021 Views: Downloads:
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