2005
DOI: 10.1016/j.wear.2004.03.061
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Railway noise and the effect of top of rail liquid friction modifiers: changes in sound and vibration spectral distributions in curves

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“…R>350m, ax c n n ≤ The curve resistance, calculated by Equation (17), differs from the measured by approximately ±10% for the curve radii tested, 595 and 900m.…”
Section: General Running Resistance For Ore Trainsmentioning
confidence: 75%
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“…R>350m, ax c n n ≤ The curve resistance, calculated by Equation (17), differs from the measured by approximately ±10% for the curve radii tested, 595 and 900m.…”
Section: General Running Resistance For Ore Trainsmentioning
confidence: 75%
“…This approach provides improved approximation to reality and also the possibility to study the phenomena of 'sleeper-passing' frequency and 'pinned-pinned' resonance. Such track model has been studied among others by Grassie [16], Nordborg [18], Heckl [19], Hamet [20] and also used in TWINS [17]. In this context we follow closely the work by Hamet [20].…”
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