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Interaction and load transfer through track guideway systems
by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Research & Special Programs Administration, Office of University Research, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Transportation. Office of University Research., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Dept. of Civil Engineering.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
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Get this from a library. Interaction and load transfer through track guideway systems: final report. [United States. Department of Transportation. Office of University Research.; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Department of Civil Engineering.;]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Interaction and load transfer through track support systems. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Research and. Through these tests it has become apparent that the compactness of the ballast is one of the most important factors to be considered.
Next, follows a description of the use of the “derailer wagon,”; a special vehicle designed to study the lateral resistance of the track under the load exerted by a moving vehicle.
This test car has made it. In the analysis half a track (i.e. 1 rail) was considered featuring a length of m. Load generation Rail/track irregularities can be considered as one of the most important sources of loads, generated by a moving train.
In the DARTS model, the loads were introduced via Hertzian springs traversing a sine-shaped rail/track surface, as shown in. Cai et al. considered the interaction between the elastic track beam and the moving train, simplified the "vehicle-guideway" system to the "moving load-simple beam" system, and studied the.
High-speed Automated Guideway Transit System *4 *1MITSUAKI HOSHI MASAHISA MASUKAWA*2 *3ICHIRO JOREN SO TAMURA *4KEISUKE KIMURA YUKIHIDE YANOBU*5 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has developed a high-speed automated guideway transit (AGT) system with a maximum speed of km/h, which is approximately twice as fast as existing AGT systems.
Track Stiffness and Modulus This section briefly discusses the terms â track stiffnessâ and â track modulus.â Track stiffness (k) is the ratio of the applied wheel load (P) to rail de- flection (y): Hay () and others define track modulus as the supporting force per unit length of rail per unit k P y= 5 Figure 1 Typical differential.
v = Vertical Dynamic Load (lbs) θ = D 33 x V D w x D = Wheel diameter (in) V = Speed (MPH) P = Static Load (lbs) – Larger wheels impose less influence • Additional dynamic loads from impacts such as caused by wheel flat spots, rail discontinuities (e.g.
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nominal life of 50km of operation for a linear guideway. The values for the basic dynamic load rating of each guideway are shown in dimension tables. They can be used to predict the service life for a selected linear guideway. (3) Static safety factor This condition applys when the guideway system is static or under low speed motion.
Load Paths: Wall Systems Figures to (pp. - of the textbook) illustrate the load paths for various types of loads acting on typical wall systems. Bearing wall A bearing wall is a vertical support system that transmits compressive forces through the wall plane and to the foundation. Figure plots bending moment versus span length for the Cooper E80 railroad load, the HS20 truck load, and the LRV load from the Dallas and St.
Louis transit systems. As shown in Figurefor a foot [meter] span, the LRV produces a bending moment approximately 50% higher than that produced by the HS20 truck load, but less. Chapter “Track Structure Design Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 4-l Standard Wheel Gaug-Transit System Figure Gauge Line Locations on RE Rail Head Figure Rail Cant Design and Wheel Contact Figure Nytram Plot-Modified AAR-IB Transit Wheel The varied guideway environments in which.
Introduction to the Mode Outline of Presentation Introduction and variations of systems Origin and history of the AGT Fully automated Driverless Grade separated transit system Guideway provides physical support and guidance Wheel Options Rubber tires Steel wheels Air cushion.
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Security Clossif. (of this report) j. Security Clossif.(of this page) j. A computer model has been developed for the purpose of assessing the performance characteristics of Automated Guideway Transit (AGT) systems. The model is structured to provide an effective, low-cost tool for establishing the supply side characteristics of AGT systems for a variety of network configurations and demand models.
mated Guideway Transit:An Assessment of PRT and Other New Systems. This report was prepared by the Office of Technology Assessment and is based upon the findings of five panels established to explore major topics.
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systems, in general, can perform all of the operating functions of conven-tional, fixed-guideway transit systems, ranging from simple shuttles through collection and distribution to urban and commuter line-haul systems, includ-ing complex networks.
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Recently, the single-axle bogie system has developed for AGT vehicle and applied to Yurikamome type vehicle. This paper describes dynamic characteristics of AGT vehicle with single-axle bogies.
Introducing a nonlinear, 15 degree-of-freedom dynamic model, a .Fixed-route bus systems that operate at least 50 percent of the service on fixed guideway.
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