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Technical Seminar on “ Human Factors Consideration in Station Planning”
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|HKARMS Chairman Dr Vincent Ho (left) presented souvenirs to Speaker Mr Philip Leung||Speaker Philip Leung explained the human factor considerations in designing metro station to an almost full house participants.|
Jointly Organized by:
CILTHK and HKARMS
Date: 20 December2011 (Tuesday)
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm (Registration starts after 6:30pm)
Venue: Room 301, HKU Space Center, Admiralty, Wan Chai
Mr . Philip Leung is an architect by profession. Joined the MTR Corporation Limited after working in station improvement projects for London Underground, U.K. Have been with the MTR for 15 years and is now the section manager of an interdisciplinary team of engineers providing design and engineering supports to the operating railways in Hong Kong. He is passionate in the application of Virtual Design & Construction (VDC) to enhance the building performance and workflow throughout the life cycle of buildings, from design, construction to operation and maintenance of building assets.
A typical metro station can handle more than 300,000 passengers per day. Vertical movement plays an important role in the passenger flows of Metro stations. Vertical facilities, such as escalators, staircases, and lifts, form the main channel for transporting passengers between platform, station concourse and local areas where the station serves. Many previous studies were focused on the relationship between speed, density and flow. Little attentions were paid to evaluating the provision of vertical facilities of stations in a comprehensive way, especially the human factor considerations in these vertical facilities. This study gets started with a summary of passenger flow characteristics in metro stations in Hong Kong. It is found that a couple of factors, including arrival process, standing patterns, the distance between escalators and automatic fare collection gates substantially affect the utilization of vertical facilities and the handling capacity of a station.
Enrolment is on first-come first-served basis. This seminar is free of charge and prior registration is required. Only on-line registration will be accepted.via Member Login (includingHKARMS members) on www.cilt.org.hk will be acknowledged automatically. If you have registration problems or for any enquiries, please contact Miss Tif Tam at 28 66-6336 or email via email@example.com .
Enrol. Deadline: 16 Dec 2011
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