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A Wheel Wear Analysis of Railway Vehicle on a Curved Section
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 Title & Authors
A Wheel Wear Analysis of Railway Vehicle on a Curved Section
Kang, Juseok;
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 Abstract
The wheel wear of a railway vehicle is mainly generated when maneuvering on a curved track. The change in the wheel profile affects the dynamic stability of the vehicle. In this analysis, the wheel wear volume was calculated while changing the velocity and radius of the curve to analyze the wear characteristics of a wheel at a curved section. The wear index was calculated from a vehicle dynamic analysis based on a multibody dynamics analysis and wear volume from a wear model by British Rail Research. The wear volume at a radius of 300 m is dominant compared with other radii. The wear volume was calculated by assigning different coefficients of friction to the tread and flange of the wheel to investigate the effect of lubrication on the wear characteristics. The effect of the improvement by lubrication is calculated by varying the radius of the track, and is assessed on an actual urban railway section.
 Keywords
Wheel Wear;Wheel Flange;Wear Index;Vehicle Dynamic Analysis;Multibody Dynamics analysis;
 Language
Korean
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