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A Study on Prediction of Overriding Behavior Leading Vehicle in Train Collision
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Prediction of Overriding Behavior Leading Vehicle in Train Collision
Kim, Jun Woo; Koo, Jeong Seo; Kim, Geo Young; Park, Jeong Pil;
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 Abstract
In this study, we derived an theoretical equation, using a simplified spring-mass model for the rolling stock, to obtain the overriding behavior of a leading vehicle, which is considered as the main factor in train accidents. To verify the derived equation, we created a simple 2D model based on the theoretical model, and a simple 3D model considering the characteristics of the power bogie. We then compared the theoretical results with the simulation results obtained using LS-DYNA. The maximum relative derivations in the vertical displacements at the first end-buffer, which is the most important point in overriding, were 3.5 [%] and 1.7 [%] between the two results. Further, we evaluated collision-induced overriding displacements using the theoretical equation for a rubber draft gear, a hydraulic buffer under various collision conditions. We have suggested a theoretical approach for the realization of overriding collision accidents or the energy absorption design of the front end of trains.
 Keywords
Overriding;Free-body Diagram;Theoretical Model;Leading Vehicle;Pitching;
 Language
Korean
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