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Rail Profile Matching Method using ICP Algorithm
Yu, Young-Ki; Koo, Ja-Myung; Oh, Min-Soo; Yang, Il-Dong;
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In this paper, we describe a method for precisely measuring the abrasion of the railway using an image processing technique. To calculate the wear of the rails, we provided a method for accurately matching the standard rail profile data and the profile data acquired by the rail inspection vehicle. After the lens distortion correction and the perspective transformation of the measured profile data, we used ICP Algorithm for accurate profile data matching with the reference profile extracted from the standard rail drawing. We constructed the prototype of the Rail Profile Measurement System for High-speed Railway and the experimental result on the three type of the standard rail used in Korea showed the excellent profile matching accuracy within 0.1mm.
Railway;Abrasion;Measurement system;ICP Algorithm;
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