DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM FOR A T-JUNCTION (A CASE STUDY OF ESUT-IMT ROAD JUNCTION
The aim of this design work is to allow traffic light to rotate over a designated time interval between the two roads concerned i.e IMT and ESUT Junction. This design will control and monitor devices and cars within its environment i.e the junction. It will as well steer small vehicles showing them how to obey the traffic instructions coming from the traffic signals. The system is designed to operate in a red time mode to monitor the volume of traffic light. The project will determine whether any of the devices is defective and of the same time, send signals to indicate faulty devices. The software also includes the maintenance of these devices giving warning signs wherever a fault is detected. The software is designed to detect the flow of traffic showing how and when vehicles will be passed or in order words, it is the aim of the project to solve problems as a result of manual and simulate the existing system into a new system.
ORGANIZATION OF WORK
This project has seven chapters. Each chapter deals with the chapter one. This chapter introduces the statement of the problem purpose of this study. The aims and objectives of the program. The scope, limitations and constraints, assumptions of program, and the definition of terms.
Chapter two – This chapter
Chapter three – Deals with the description and analysis of the existing system with regards to the fact finding methods, organizational structure, objectives of the existing system, the input, process and output analysis, the information flow diagram, problems of the existing system and finally justification of a new system.
Chapter four – Deals with the design of the new system taking into consideration of the output specification and design. Input specification and design file design, procedure chart, system flow chart and the system requirement.
Chapter five -Talks of the implementation, program design, program flowchart, pseudocodes. Source program and test run.
Chapter six – Deal with the documentation of the program.
Chapter seven – this final chapter deals with the conclusion and recommendation and the bibliography.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1 Statement of problem
1.3 Aims and objectives
1.4 Scope or Delimitations
1.5 Limitations and constraints
1.7 Definition of terms