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Articles by A.A. Shariff
Total Records ( 2 ) for A.A. Shariff
  A.A. Shariff
  The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of applying stress sequence in the form of discrete values of ascending and descending order of the same range on the behaviour of damage. The behaviour of the crack propagation as well as the lifetime of structure is investigated when M, which is the power value in the crack propagation Paris-Erdogan model is taken to be equal to three (M = 3). It is found that bigger stress or loadings imposed on the structure at the beginning of its life will result in a bigger damage. As a result, the lifetime of the structures is shorter as compared to the one which starts with lower stress.
  M.H. Hafezi , A. Ismail and A.A. Shariff
  This study presents a comparative analysis of fare collection systems for inter-city bus operation. One of the important issues in the bus scheduling model is stops of buses in the bus stations (called dwell time -where buses have to stop for boarding and alighting passengers in the bus station). This issue has a direct impact on increased travel time. Subsequently, increased travel time for one bus mission can cause delay in the loops of bus scheduling. This article describes a survey of fare collection systems for bus operations, covering two fare collection systems: paying cash and using the touch-n-go card. We studied this issue in a real case inter-city bus operation. It has been highlighted that a fare collection system using the touch-n-go card has higher efficiency than other the cash method in relation to reducing dwell time of buses in the bus station.
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