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To achieve a specified build cost ($14 million/km) and build rate (5 days/km), EAZEway Bypass Technologies (EBT) uses project partners' proven software to test various virtual-bypass models and select the best route for a target corridor.

Virtual-modelling software is a suite of computer-based decision-support tools that dramatically reduce the time and money needed for a community to identify its target corridors and commission or de-commission an appropriate bypass.

The virtual-modelling process links computer-based design, engineering and manufacture (CAD, CAE and CAM) tools with computer-based simulations of employment, economic and environmental impacts for the proposed bypass.

This virtual-modelling process accelerates the design and development of a common vision for all stakeholders, including citizens, legislators, planners, users and investors.

Virtual modelling creates a visual simulation of the real world allowing for photo-realistic rendering, tele-presence, remote control, intuitive information queries and direct sensor input.

EAZEway Bypass Technologies is proposing a joint venture with businesses worldwide and visionary government leaders to finance, build and equip a Virtual Reality "VVR" centre for the applied design and development of EAZEway monorail and hub networks in Vancouver and the subsequent EAZEway deployments around the world.

Building on the experience of a similar facility at the University of Alberta, we will incorporate proven virtual-reality algorithms as used in the "Deductive Computing Machine". These algorithms improve the realism of digital models, fuse sensor data in a form that allows intuitive understanding of objects modelled and exploit state-of-the-art networking technologies, including...

1. High-speed networking and distributed real-time database

2. Immersive display systems

3. Network based remote sensing

4. Advance VR graphic libraries and modelling utilities.

5. High speed graphic machines and parallel computers

To achieve a specified build cost





The EAZEway bypass design is currently specified as an upgraded version of the world's oldest suspended monorail, opened 1901 in Germany's Ruhr Valley to bypass bridge traffic congestion over the Wupper River. Still operating, the trains run at 2 1/2 minute headway and carry up to 3,500 passengers per hour in cars swinging freely beneath the track but never banking more than 15 degrees.

The EAZEway partners will use off-the-shelf CAD, CAE and CAM software for finite-element analysis of stress in the upgraded track and a kinematic analysis of vehicle motion. CAD/CAE/CAM software will help to optimize track parameters and the comfort, security and energy efficiency of the various bypass vehicles.

The EAZEway monorail will offer a smooth, engineered, protected surface for upgraded car suspension, tracking, braking and high-speed propulsion systems.

History of Wuprtal Monorail - http://www.monorails.org/tMspages/Wuprtal.html

3D visualization technology- ma3d.pDF



EAZEway Bypass partners will use CFD design software to optimize the energy efficiency of the suspension and power systems in various bypass vehicles.

For example, if the EAZEway partners decide to use an air-cushion suspension system for the bypass vehicles, then proven CFD software can be used to design and develop 'hovercraft-type' skirts and control the stability of air flow discharged from the vehicle at high speed.

In another example, if a decision is made to use electrically-powered bypass vehicles, then state-of-the-art CFD software can be used to develop internally-cooled power inverters--the modules that convert the DC power supplied by batteries into AC power to drive motors or, in reverse, convert the AC power generated by motors during braking into DC power to recharge the batteries.

The proven benefits of CFD simulations, include comfortable ride, reliable power trains, integrated heat exchanger, minimized piece-part count, improved thermal performance, reduced overall system cost and accelerated innovation to market.

More generally, CFD software supports a rapid-prototyping process to generate and test different design concepts and ensure the design parameters meet the EAZEway specifications.




As bypass technologies evolve, a hybrid-fuel distribution system for low-emission EAZEway networks, must be integrated with more-traditional transport corridors carrying vehicles that need frequent stops at local, fossil-fuel, gas stations.

CFD and resource-distribution simulation software will integrate the complex fuel and traffic needs of a traditional corridor and its EAZEway bypass.

For example, the simulation software will support freeway, transit and municipal modelling in both Canada and USA and develop 3D models for analysis of complex multi-modal hubs, including transit, airport, rail and ferry links. Such an integrated analysis will optimize the balanced use of conventional and zero-emission fuels such as compressed air, distributed on the EAZEway monorail system.

MDI - Zero Pollution Compressed Air engines

Municipal Microsimulation Modelling Technology



The final simulation of a proposed EAZEway bypass, will allow passengers to experience views and rides from a position inside a simulator 'programmed' to fly along the track or hover over the bypass and its hub buildings like a bird.

EAZEway prospective passengers can experience the thrill of full flight simulations and even train for in-flight emergencies without ever leaving the ground using the kinds of simulators or cabin trainers operated by Boeing for its jet airliners.

EAZEway users will "fly the box" as pilots, or sit in a "cabin trainer" as passengers, and enjoy views of (or from), the bypass without ever leaving the ground.EAZEway Bypass Technologies will integrate its partners' simulation software to show users how pilots handle in-flight incidents; everything from instrument failures right through to engine fires and failures of multiple systems and how flight attendants will handle cabin fires, passenger evacuations and the like.

s bypass technologies evolve, a hybrid-fuel distribution system for low-emission EAZEway networks, must be integrated with more-traditional transport corridors carrying vehicles that need frequent stops at local, fossil-fuel, gas stations.

3D CAD CAM Visualization Article - Vis_full.pdf

Flight Simulator Article - ontbus.pdf

revitalize local industries and local workers as business partners:

Engineers – Construction – Operations – Steel work

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