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Variable definitions

H = length of work day

W = off-route factor

h = haul time (1-way or round trip)

t1= time spent driving from dispatch site at beginning of day

t2= time spent driving to the dispatch site at the end of day

s = time spent at disposal site

N = # of trips made per day

v = volume of collection vehicle

r = vehicle compaction factor

c = container volume

f = average container utilization factor

Cn = average # of containers per location

Ct = # of containers serviced in a trip

Ct(max) = maximum number of containers the vehicle can hold - a function of truck

capacity, compaction, and the volume of waste per container = (v*r)/(c*f)

L = # of locations or serviced in the work day

Lt = # of locations serviced in a trip

Lt(max) = maximum number of locations servicable in a trip - a function of truck capacity,

compaction, and the volume of waste per location = Cmax /Cn

PSCS = time spent servicing containers each trip.

o Time spent loading and replacing containers and driving between locations

o Function of the # of sites serviced during the trip and the # of containers at each

location (an average value is used)

o Equations for calculating:

The following two equations are typically used when 'dbl' is large (ie -

commercial container systems or rural areas)

PSCS = Ct*(uc) + (Lt - 1)*(dbl)

PSCS(max) = Ct(max)*(uc) + (Lt(max) - 1)*(dbl)

uc = average time required to service one stationary

container, min/container

The next two equations are typically used when 'dbl' is small (ie -

residential container systems or dense urban areas)

PSCS = Lt*{dbl +k1Cn + k2*(PRH)}

PSCS(max) = Lt(max)*{dbl +k1Cn + k2*(PRH)}

dbl = average drive between location time, min/location

(typical value: ~0.72 min/location)

k1 = constant related to the service time per container,

min/container (typical value: ~0.18 min/container)

k2 = constant related to the time required to collect waste

from the back of a residence, min/loc/PRH (typical value:

~? min/location/PRH)

PRH = residences requiring back of house service, percent

Note: if 10 trips must be made per day but, only 5 trips/day possible then 2 vehicles or 2 days

required to service the locations

Estimating h, dbc, & dbl:

Review the "Estimating Haul Time" PDF file available on the WebCT course web-site

under Online Lessons.

1. the amount of waste collected by a packer truck each trip and

2. the time available for completing the collection tasks

The difference between the analysis of an HCS and and SCS is that in an HCS, the collection

vehicle hauls one container at a time to and from the disposal site while in an SCS the collection

vehicle (usually a packer truck) collects waste from as many containers as possible prior to

hauling the waste to the disposal site. The pickup time per trip (PSCS) is then a function of the

number of containers serviced on each trip and the time spent servicing each container.

Based on how much trash the vehicle can hold and how much waste the average site generates,

the maximum number of sites servicable by the vehicle is calculated.

Variable Definitions

o Ct(max) maximum number of containers the vehicle can hold

o Ct(max) = (v*r)/(c*f) = (effective vehicle volume)/(volume of waste in a container)

Cn, average number of containers at generation sites

Lt, number of locations serviced per trip = Ct/Cn

o Lt(max) = Ct(max)/Cn

o Note: When an non-integer value for Lt(max) is calculated, it is rounded down since

rounding up would result in an overly full vehicle.

N, number of trips per day

o Estimate of Nt = Vd/(v*r) = waste volume to be collected/effective vehicle

volume.

v = vehicle volume

r = vehicle compaction factor

c = container volume

f = container utilization factor, reflects how full container is.

Vd or w = volume of waste to be collected per day or week, respectively

Time Analysis

2. Partial trips only have time to fill a fraction of the vehicle,

Overall Time Equations for Dispatch Scenario:

An inherent assumption to the equations below is that off-route time occurrs during all collection

activites.

Secondary: H(1-W) = t1 + t2 + N'*(PSCS(max) + s + 2h) + h + s + P'SCS

There is still only so much time availabe in a day to complete all of the tasks required for waste

collection and disposal. When a time analysis is conducted to determine the number of locations

which can be serviced by one packer truck in a day, the following steps are used:

1. The maximum number of containers and locations servicable per trip is calculated using

the effective volume of the truck and the amount of waste per container or site.

2. PSCS is calculated.

3. The number of trips possible per day (N) is solved for using the primary overall time

equation.

4. If N is an integer then the number of location is serviced is equal to N*Lt(max). If N is not

an integer then, goto Step 5.

5. When N is a non-integer, the trips done must be divided into complete and partial trips as

defined above.

1. Set N' equal to the integer portion of N calculated in Step 3. Rounding N down to

an integer value (N') gives the number of complete trips which can be done.

2. The fractional portion of N represents the time available to do a partial trip. To

determine how many locations can be serviced in this partial trip (Lt'), all of the

tasks involved in the full tripsmust be deducted from the workday, then the

remaining time must be analyzed to determine how much trash could be collected.

3. Solve the secondary overall time equation for P'SCS.

4. Solve the equation for P'SCS for Lt. Let this Lt = Lt'

5. The number of locations serviced then equals N'*Lt(max) + Lt'

Think:

How would curbside recycling programs be analyzed (volumetric and time)?

How does this relate to an economic analysis (capital costs, labor costs)?

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