TrainRuns.jl is a step towards open science and open data in railway engineering. Its modular design offers the possibility to serve as a basis for future optimization and development. TrainRuns.jl is suitable for qualitative calculations to compare different trains, and it is publicly available, and we invite others to collaborate.
Use the package manager provided by julia:
julia> # use the ] key (@v1.x) pkg> add TrainRuns (@v1.x) pkg> # use backspace julia> using TrainRuns
The required julia packages are
Minimal working example
using TrainRuns train = Train("test/data/trains/freight.yaml") path = Path("test/data/paths/const.yaml") runtime = trainrun(train, path) println("The train needs $runtime seconds for the running path.")
This work was supervised by South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences and Technical University Braunschweig.
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Copyright 2022 Max Kannenberg, Martin Scheidt
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