Reduction of Peak-power Demand for Electric Rail Transit Systems
Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, 1983 - Electric railroads - 142 pages
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CHAPTER THREE Interpretation Appraisal and Application
APPENDIX B Application of EMM to PATCO
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