Projects and articles of Filip Vanhove
ResearcherFilip Vanhove is Master in Civil Engineering. In his Master’s thesis, an analysis was made of the Parkpoort crossroads using the micro simulation model Aimsun2. Later on, he completed a number of projects using Paramics, including the analysis of dynamic traffic management. He also has experience with macroscopic traffic models, amongst others for the computation of emissions of air pollutants and for noise calculations. Through the development and compilation of statistics, he gained a thorough knowledge of the traffic situation on the Belgian motorway network and learned how to handle large amounts of data. Recently he is mainly working on emission modelling of road traffic, inland shipping, maritime transport, rail and aviation.
Management System for the Traffic Lights in Antwerp
Design and implementation of an innovative management system and control strategy.
Citizen-led air pollution reduction in cities.
LEZ Port of Antwerp
Calculation of the environmental cost efficiency and the social costs/benefits of introducing an LEZ in the Antwerp port area.
Flemish emission model for inland shipping, maritime transport and rail
Feasability study extension of the low emission zone Antwerp
Feasibility study on the extension of the low emission zone in Antwerp.
The Cost of Non-Schengen
The direct effects of disbanding the Schengen Area on road transport
Regional Fleet Composition Belgium
Development of an approach for harmonized fleet composition statistics for the Belgian regions for use in emission modelling
Projection Model for Brussels Road Traffic
Update of the projection model for energy consumption and air pollution of road traffic in the Brussels-Capital Region.
MAM calculation tool
Calculation tool vehicle kilometres to make an emission inventory of the road traffic in Belgium
Update of the Regional Fleet Composition Belgium
Update of the Fleet Composition module for emission-inventory of traffic in Belgium
Low Emission Zones in Antwerp: Feasibility Study
Feasibility study for the introduction of low emission zones in the city of Antwerp.
Research on the traffic on secondary roads that is avoiding congestion on motorways
Speed Limits on Motorways
Impact of maximum speeds on travel times, emissions and road safety
Modelling of transport volumes for road, rail and inland waterways for the whole world between 1990 and 2100
The Future of ISVAG
Consideration of future scenarios for the waste incineration plant ISVAG
Contribution to the Flemish report 'environmental indicators', part Traffic and Transport
Emissions of Inland Waterways
Local measures to reduce emissions of inland waterways
Introduction of low-emission zones in Flanders
Screening of air quality problems in Flanders due to road traffic (for NOx and PM10)
Calculation of air quality along waterways and in ports
Internalisation of External Costs of Transport in Flanders
To what extent does the transport user internalize their external costs?
Transport related air pollution and its impact on health
Low-Emission Zones in Brussels
Introduction of low-emission zones in Brussels: impact on environment, mobility and socio-economic effects
Emission Model Aviation EMMOL
Update and improvement of the Flemish emission inventory for air traffic
Models for Optimizing Dynamic Urban Mobility