Real Capacity of Ropeway Transportation Subsystem
AbstractThe ropeway transportation subsystem plays a major role inmountain resort systems. It is characterised by an exceptionalinle1weavement of interactions of single system elements. In orderto provide sustainable development of the entire mountainres on systems, the real capacity of the ropeway transp01tationsystem was set. Real capacity of the ropeway transp01tation systemis one of the indicators of the development harmonisationlevel of single system elements. The research into this field wasdone at Road and Traffic Centre of Faculty of Civil Engineering,University of Maribor.The atticle deals with basic points, with method and the resultsof research. It also represents some experiences ofknow-how transfer into the Slovene environment.
6sterreichisches Seilbahnkonzept, Osterreichisches Institut
fiir Raumplanung, Wien 1978
Doppehnayr: De!!kanstosse zur Fwzktionserfollwzg von
Einseilumlaufbahnen, Projektierung und Konstruktion
im Sicherheitsregelkreissystem, basierend auf der Analyse
von VOifiillen, Wolfurt, September 1997
Ropeway transportation system development in the
Republic of Slovenia, Road and Traffic Centre of Faculty
of Civil Engineering, University of Maribor, ordered
by Ministry of Science and Technology and the
Ministry of Transport and Communications of the
Republic of Slovenia, June, 1999
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