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Journal of Tashkent Institute of Railway Engineers

Abstract

Ensuring uniform supply of wagons for loading and unloading of goods is one of the main tasks of the transport process. Existing methods for solving the issues of ensuring the rhythmicity of the supply of wagons for loading grain often do not allow us to identify the causes of the technological shortage of wagons. In this regard, in the framework of this work, the aim of the study is to increase the efficiency of the organization of providing grain elevators with wagons using models.

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