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Journal of Applied Sciences
  Year: 2013 | Volume: 13 | Issue: 15 | Page No.: 3104-3109
DOI: 10.3923/jas.2013.3104.3109
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The Study for the Emergency Management of Evacuation Imitation along the Commercial Pedestrian Street

Zuo Jin and Li Chen

In the disaster management system, using informationalized technology to deal and prevent with the disaster has already became an important way. When disasters occurred,the refuge roads play an important role for ensuring the safety of the crowd and reducing the damagement. At present, the refuge road in urban business central district in disaster emergency management is still lack of sufficient research. Especially the study on the disaster evacuation management simulation research. The study concentrate on the simulating the crowd evacuation when the earthquake happened in the commercial pedestrian street in ChongQing Sha Pingba district. With the consideration of characteristics of the space and the crowd. And then select the main factor which will affect the evacuation efficiency and qualified to establish the model. The simulation provides the city visualization of three-dimensional space crowd emergency evacuation process and under such circumstances the different escape time of different aged group. Responsing the shortage of when the commercial pedestrian street facing the emergency evacuation in directly. In order to let the disaster management department help the refugee population develop more targeted, effective and safe way of emergency evacuation. And by the perspective of emergency management, make control and improve of the city planning of commercial pedestrian street at the same time. Further more, the simulation can be docking to the next higher level which will promote the improvement of the urban disaster management mechanism.
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Zuo Jin and Li Chen , 2013. The Study for the Emergency Management of Evacuation Imitation along the Commercial Pedestrian Street. Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 3104-3109.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2013.3104.3109






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