2020
DOI: 10.1007/s11044-020-09735-z
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State-of-the-art and challenges of railway and road vehicle dynamics with multibody dynamics approaches

Abstract: A review of the current use of multibody dynamics methods in the analysis of the dynamics of vehicles is given. Railway vehicle dynamics as well as road vehicle dynamics are considered, where for the latter the dynamics of cars and trucks and the dynamics of single-track vehicles, in particular motorcycles and bicycles, are reviewed. Commonalities and differences are shown, and open questions and challenges are given as directions for further research in this field.

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“…As far as the speeding-up bogies are concerned, the dynamical design methodology refers to a set of method systems based on the accurate analyses of complex constrained inner forces, so as to avoid as far as possible the strong coupling interface formations of wheel-rail contact and/or bogie to servicing car body. e dynamical design methodology of speeding-up bogies is composed of the following three key techniques: (1) e analysis graph of full-vehicle stability properties and variation patterns; (2) the improved interface transaction strategy of flexible car body to full-vehicle MBS; and (3) the accurate analyses of complex constrained inner forces. e case investigation of car body fluttering phenomenon is directed by the dynamical design methodology.…”
Section: Dynamical Design Methodology Of Speeding-up Bogiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…As far as the speeding-up bogies are concerned, the dynamical design methodology refers to a set of method systems based on the accurate analyses of complex constrained inner forces, so as to avoid as far as possible the strong coupling interface formations of wheel-rail contact and/or bogie to servicing car body. e dynamical design methodology of speeding-up bogies is composed of the following three key techniques: (1) e analysis graph of full-vehicle stability properties and variation patterns; (2) the improved interface transaction strategy of flexible car body to full-vehicle MBS; and (3) the accurate analyses of complex constrained inner forces. e case investigation of car body fluttering phenomenon is directed by the dynamical design methodology.…”
Section: Dynamical Design Methodology Of Speeding-up Bogiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, due to the inherent defects, like floor without longitudinal beams and side walls without frameworks, the dynamical effects of internal interface may have substantial impacts on the evaluations of vibration comfort and structural fatigue. So, in reviewing the MBS (Multi-Body System) approaches for rail and road vehicles, Bruni pointed out that the higher frequency response analysis is a new task or challenge [1]. Same as the wing fluttering of servicing fighters, the lateral elastic vibration of servicing car body is the primary mechanical problem to be solved in the design process of HSRS rigid-flex coupling system.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The multibody methodology allows modelling the vehicle and the track and simulating their mutual interaction, to obtain the vehicle response and the associated wheel-rail contact forces [13,14]. Multibody simulations are widely used to appraise safety against derailment [15][16][17][18], virtual homologation [15,19], wear [20], comfort assessment [21], sensitivity of the vehicle with respect to design and operation parameters [11,22] and to support the vehicle design process [13].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Since their first appearance in 1916, railway simulation models have been steadily growing and evolving. Nowadays, there is commercial software that is specifically developed for precise rolling stock dynamic simulations such as GENSYS, MEDYNA, NUCARS or VAMPIRE, and general purpose multibody software like ADAMS or SIMPACK with extensions for railway simulations [4]. Despite this, some researchers are committed to the development of their own simulation codes.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%