There are 33 results.
AIDA-F - Potential of interdisciplinary approaches for organizational innovations in freight transport
An awareness of the value and benefit of taking an interdisciplinary approach to the treatment of challenges facing the Mobility of Goods has only developed to a certain extent, which is why interdisciplinary results are still hard to come by. External stimuli are usually required to open up introverted specialist debates on the phenomena that occur, to motivate a collaborative accomplishment of tasks and as such to mobilise innovation processes.
Dipl.-Ing. Dr. rer. nat. Heinz DÖRR; Viktoria MARSCH, Bakk.techn.; Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Andreas ROMSTORFER; MA Yvonne TOIFL, BSc
German, 157 Seiten
Social, economic and technological developments are placing increasingly more complex demands on the transport system and its capacity. New tech-nologies and innovations can significantly contribute to shaping sustainable mobility. They play an indispensable part in facing the major societal challenges such as climate change, scarcity of resources and demographic change and open up new economic opportunities for the transport sector, one of the most important economic branches in Austria
Evelinde Grassegger, Andreas Dorda, Sarah Krautsack (BMVIT)
English, 15 Seiten
Combined transport (CT) is an environmentally sensible and politically desired traffic, which is struggling with cost problems due to complicated supply chains. Previous innovations in CT have focused much on the development of new transhipment technologies. These innovations were very expensive and resulted in the medium term partly to a further increase in the cost of the supply chain. The intention of this study includes a redesign of the transport and business processes, the compatibility of interfaces (with orientation towards homogenization and standardization) for the individual actors and an adapted technological development of intermodal transport containers (containers, SAL, WAB).
DI Alexander Chloupek (ABC Consulting)
German, 50 Seiten
The objective of this project was the elaboration of the handling instruction for the adaptation of conventional existing bridges to integral bridges by means of a survey of the national and international literature as well as statistical examination taking essential parameters into account. In addition to the essential construction details of the integral or semi-integral bridges (e.g., frame corner and concrete hinge) the deformable slip plate will also be examined and design rules will be suggested.
O. Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Nguyen Viet Tue, Dipl.-Ing. Regina della Pietra, Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Oberwalder et al.
German, 332 Seiten
The study ecomTraf analysed the impacts of the relation between consumer needs, the offers of online retailers and the CEP (courier-express-parcel) service industry on the development of the overall transport system.
Mag.(FH) Doris Gierlinger, Dr. Marike Kellermayr-Scheucher, Dr. Oliver Koll, Dr. Maria Kreuzer, Dr. Max Herry, DI Norbert Sedlacek
German, 67 Seiten
RISKANT – Risk model for the analysis of accidents with stationary obstacles on highways und expressways
The objective of the RISKANT study was the development of a risk model for crashes with stationary obstacles along the road.
Priv.-Doz. DI Dr. Peter Maurer, DI Christian Stefan, DI Rainer Stütz, DI Dr. Ernst Tomasch, DI Peter Luttenberger, DI Christoph KleinN, Thomas Pistotnik
German, 158 Seiten
The MobLab Study supports the exploration of emerging urban mobility laboratories in Austria, in order to reduce the gap between the research results of the rigid environment of a laboratory and the implementation practice by offering a targeted accompanying of new Living Labs as user centred innovation settings as well as an evaluation of the gained insights.
Martin Berger, Linda Dörrzapf, Gert Breitfuß, Michael Poglitsch, Andrea Stickler, Vanessa Sodl, Elias Remele
German, 53 Seiten
RAKO-Donaukanal analyses how urban freight transport can be organized in a sustainable way by using a combination of urban waterways and cargo bikes. A boat is used to transport goods along the Donaukanal into the city centre and cargo bikes take over the last mile distribution.
Mag. Reinhard Jellinek, DI Willy Raimund, Mag. Judith Schübl, DI Christine Zopf-Renner (Österreichische Energieagentur) DI Karl Reiter, Dr. Susanne Wrighton (FGM-AMOR) DI Richard Anzböck Zivilingenieur für Schiffstechnik Florian Weber, Heavy Pedals Lastenradtransport und -verkauf OG
Publisher: Österreichische Energieagentur – Austrian Energy Agency, Mariahilfer Straße 136, A-1150 Wien, T. +43 (1) 586 15 24, Fax DW - 340, email@example.com | www.energyagency.at
German, 103 Seiten
SynArea – Synergetic area coverage by public transport and low-threshold short trip-private transport
The aim of the project is the coverage of rural and/or suburban regions with multimodal services, which are more attractive for customers and economically more efficient than conventional public transport, accessed by foot, bike&ride or park&ride, and at the same time ecologically and socially more sustainable, than the sole use of motorised individual transport.
Harald Buschbacher, Gerald Kelz, Edith Hartmann, Stefan Kirschbichler, Christian Obermayer
German, 232 Seiten
From 2012 to 2016, BMVIT supported 62 logistics research projects with a total of EUR 12.8 million. This brochure gives you an overview of the projects completed so far and the national and European activities in which BMVIT is involved.
Sarah Krautsack (BMVIT)
Publisher: Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology
English, 96 Seiten
FTB-Concrete Surface – Influence of air void characteristics and aftertreatment for frost and de-icing chemical resistance of concrete carriage-ways
This research project analyzed how a noncompliance with requirements or has a negative effect on the freeze-thaw resistance of concrete pavements.
Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Martin Peyerl, Dipl.-Ing. Christian Dillig, Mag.(FH) Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Stefan Krispel
German, 151 Seiten
The objective of the project was to apply the EU regulations 2009/661/EC (contains new tyre noise limits) and 2009/1222/EC (noise labelling of tyres) to Austrian conditions in order to find the actual feasible noise reduction, as well as suggestions of how to adapt the Austrian calculation basis.
DI Manfred Haider, DI Reinhard Wehr, Dott. Ing. Marco Conter, Ing. Gerhard Strohmayer, DI Heinz Hoislbauer
German, 74 Seiten
Combined fibre concrete – Development of a crack-free railway sleeper through the use of a combined fiber-reinforced high-strength concrete
In practice the use of pre-stressed concrete sleepers is often accompanied by cracks-occurrence, such as longitudinal, lateral and shrinkage cracks. At the occurrence of cracks the resistance of sleepers to environmental influences is reduced.By the development of a combined fibre reinforced high-strength concrete, the risk of a formation of micro- and macro cracks can be substantially reduced, whereby the expected lifetime of concrete sleepers can increasing significantly and a costly renovation can be avoided.
Dr.- Ing. Sandro Weisheit, Dipl.-Ing. Gregor Metzler
German, 85 Seiten