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Journal of Information Science and Engineering, Vol. 36 No. 2, pp. 259-268


Induction Motor for Pedestrian Transportation in Benz Circle Vijayawada


GURRAM NARENDRA SANTOSH KUMAR1 AND A. SRINATH2
1,2Mechanical Engineering Department
Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation
Guntur, 522302 India
E-mail: santoshnarendra1@gmail.com
1; srinath@kluniversity.in2


Congestion in India has turned into an intense issue as it comes about into an expanding rate of mishaps, contamination and so forth. Shopping edifices and a few different focuses, where a recognizable get-together happens, dependable face such movement issues and subsequently people on foot get the opportunity to endure predominantly. So an elective alternative for people on foot is particularly essential. In this paper, the emphasis is given on a solution for the above issue by considering a place called BENZ CIRCLE in Vijayawada took after by plan, investigation of the future answer for Pedestrians. A moving (expanding) stage pushed by LIM portions is proposed as a mean of pedestrianization, which will transform the general population starting with one point then onto the next. The point of the paper is to plan and examine the Pedestrian Transportation framework and furthermore to legitimize the need for the framework.


Keywords: public transportation, induction motor, moving walkway, traffic congestion, accelerating speeds

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