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Characteristic Map of Hydraulic Buffer for Collision Simulation of Rolling Stock
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 Title & Authors
Characteristic Map of Hydraulic Buffer for Collision Simulation of Rolling Stock
Kim, Jinseong; Choi, Jeong Heum; Park, Yeong-il;
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 Abstract
The rolling stock is composed of several cars. In order to operate in combination, it is necessary to connect the device, called coupler, between the rolling stocks. When the collision occurs between cars, couplers should be able to absorb the shock. Urban railway has used only rubber absorbers. But recently, the hydraulic buffer has been considered in general railway. In order to know the performance of the buffer it should be conducted to experiments. But whenever this combination change, we should experiments to know a lot of the dynamic behavior of each coupler. These experiments are generally replaced by the simulation, since a lot of time and cost consuming. The quasi-static map of hydraulic buffer obtained by the experiments is required for the simulation. However, the experiments for obtaining such a quasi-static map is costly and time consuming. In this paper, it proposes a method for deriving the quasi-static map of hydraulic buffer from the theoretical model.
 Keywords
hydraulic buffer;collision simulation;rolling stock;dynamic model;quasi-static map;coupler;
 Language
Korean
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 References
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