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Volume 5, Issue 4 - Dec 2002
Volume 5, Issue 3 - Sep 2002
Volume 5, Issue 2 - Jun 2002
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Mar 2002
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Parametric Study on the Safety of CWR Track over High-Speed Railway Bridges
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 5, issue 1, 2002, Pages 1~9
Where the track is continuously welded over the bridge, the longitudinal forces will be distributed interactively between the track and the sub-structure by the rail-bridge interaction mechanism. The ratio between the longitudinal forces transmitted in each elements depends on the magnitude of the ballast resistance and the stiffness of the sub-structures. In this paper, the main factors affect on the longitudinal rail force are discussed and the parametric study for the behavior of CWR(Continuous Welded Rail) track was executed. It is concluded that the horizontal ballast resistance and the stiffness of the bridge sub-structure are the significant parameters affecting the stability of the continuous welded rail track.
A Study on the Dynamic Simulation of High Speed Current Collection System
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 5, issue 1, 2002, Pages 10~17
In this study, we have developed the static and dynamic simulation program of a high speed current collection system. The catenary wire is modeled to discrete masses connected by massless strings and the pantograph is replaced with 3 d.o.f equivalent models that are composed of masses, springs and dampers. We derived partial differential equations of motion from the equivalent model and developed the simulation program. Then, we calculated the static equilibrium state of the overhead catenary and the dynamic behaviors of the high speed current collection system. The analysis results were compared with the results of GASENDO software developed at RTRI in Japan.
The Comparison of Running Performances between Various Steering-type Guideway Vehicles
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 5, issue 1, 2002, Pages 18~25
This paper is to study a comparison of ride stabilities for the guideway vehicle between its three primary steering types; the front-rear wheel steering type, tile independent wheel steering and the front wheel steering. A numerical model were built to investigate various factors to have an influence on the vehicular stability. It was shown that dynamic stabilities of the three types were dependent on the steering gain ratio of front wheel steering to rear. The front-rear wheel steering type was more stable for the value of positive steering gains and the shorter distance between front axle and guide link showed better stabilities. On the contrary, the independent wheel steering was more stable for the value of negative gains and the longer distance between front axle and guide link showed better stabilities. Ride characteristics of he front wheel steering seemed to be found midway. Ride behaviors due to time delay from front steering to rear were very different from steering type to type.
A Study on Characteristics of Noise Propagation for Railway
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 5, issue 1, 2002, Pages 26~31
The more sophisticated patterns of propagation model is presented in this paper, which includes three different source characteristics (spherical, cosine and dipole). The spherical, cosine and dipole radiation characteristics compared, and sound event level and the maximum sound level are calculated by experiment and calculation. It is shown that patterns of propagation have dipole characteristics for low speed range (below about 150Km/h) at electric multiple system. We know that push-pull high speed system has cosine characteristics of noise propagation at low speed range (below about 200Km/h).
Effects of Corrosion Environment on Mechanical Properties of Catenary Wires
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 5, issue 1, 2002, Pages 32~39
As most railways are gradually electrified with modernized electric cars, the demand for catenary wires and their facilities are also increased. Catenary Wires are exposed to the marine area with air-borne salt or severely polluted industrial area with much corrosive emission gases depending on the locations. Corrosion of catenaty wires can make their actual lifetime shorter than that originally designed. Thus, the messenger and ACSR wires, kinds of catenary wire system, were investigated with respect to corrosion, which include new and used ones collected at the field. Tensile strengths and elongations appeared to decrease when the wires were exposed to corrosive environments. The amount of decrease was more prominent as environmental conditions became more corrosive. They are also vibrated with some amplitude everytime pentographs touch contact line. The frequent cyclic load on the wire may result in a fatigue damage. Surface damage by corrosion can make fatigue crack initiate with ease. In the present study, the fatigue life of the used wire was measured 50 to 60% compared with that of new one in average.
Ride Sensitivity Analysis of a Train With Non-linear Suspension Elements
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 5, issue 1, 2002, Pages 40~47
In this study, and analytical method for ride sensitivity analysis of a train with non-linear suspension elements are proposed. Non-linear characteristics of springs and dampers for primary and secondary suspensions of a train are parameterized using polynomial interpolation. Vertical dynamic model of a three-body train running on straight rail with the predetermined roughness expressed in terms of spectral density function is set up and its equations of motion for ride analysis are derived. Using the direct differentiation method, sensitivity equations of the vertical dynamic model with respect to design parameters associated with non-linearity of suspensions are obtained. Based on the sensitivity analysis, improvement of ride is achieved by varying appropriate suspension parameters.
Suggestion for Train Vibration Equations based on Change in Track System
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 5, issue 1, 2002, Pages 48~54
This research estimated decreased vibration level as quantitative according to change of track system on Seoul Subway Line No. 1 from existing ballasted track system(Pandrol type clip) to concrete track system(Youbgdan type isolation rubber clip). Following change to concrete system, vibration level at tunnel floor decreased between 4-8dB(V). Vibration equations suggested in this paper consider the velocity of train and can estimate quantitative vibration response. These are divided by ultimate limit state(
=0), serviceability limit state(
=1.28) and safety state(
=3), respectively. The reliability index,
=0, means 50％ data line obtained by least squares best-fit line. The reliability index
=1.28 and 3 represent boundaries below 90％ and 99.9％ respectively.