2020
DOI: 10.1177/0954409720904255
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Life cycle cost analysis for the top-of-rail friction-modifier application: A case study from the Swedish iron ore line

Abstract: The application of top-of-rail friction modifiers (TOR-FMs) is claimed by their manufacturers as a well-established technique for minimising the damages in the wheel–rail interface. There are various methods for applying friction modifiers at the wheel–rail interface, among which stationary wayside systems are recommended by TOR-FM manufacturers when a distance of a few kilometres is to be covered. An on-board system is recommended when an area of many kilometres has to be covered and focus is more on particul… Show more

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