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The questions of train aerodynamics have taken on great practical importance in connection with the rapid increase of the speeds of the modern trains.


In this work, a validated multibodybased model is presented for the design of train crashworthy components.


Three fundamental problems in the calculation of train derailment abroad and at home were pointed out and the solutions to these problems were presented.


Simulation of spatially coupling dynamic response of traintrack timevariant system


The interpretation of trainoffour monitoring in intensive care: what about the muscle site and the current intensity


The paper deals with the nose shape design of highspeed railways to minimize the maximum micropressure wave, which is known to be mainly affected by train speed, traintotunnel area ratio, slenderness and shape of train nose, etc.


For real world railroad networks, we consider minimizing operational cost of train schedules which depend on choosing different train types of diverse speed and cost.


Indeed, the cold block completely reversed the sign of trainevoked reflexes to a net inhibition of reflex force output in onehalf of the sural and onehalf of the contralateral tibial stimulation experiments.


This communication describes a method of application of train gauges directly to bone which gave dependable and reproducible results.


An algorithm is presented which can be used for the investigation of a large variety of traintrack models.


This article deals with the dynamic analysis of traintrackbridge interaction system using the finite element method.


Several numerical examples are chosen to investigate the effect of two types of vehicle models, two types of bridge models and three damping values of bridge on the maximum dynamic responses of train, track and bridges.


Less than 24 hour pseudoperiodicity in work schedules of train drivers, in relation to their sleep


A mechanical model of train formation developed to predict WBC influence in flow resistance over the range of WBC studied reasonably fits observed WBC effects.


Solution of traintunnel entry flow using parallel computing


The aerodynamic behaviour of pressure transients in railway tunnels due to the passage of train are accompanied by the wave reflection between the entrance and exit of the tunnel as well as the tunnel wall and train surface.


The effects of traintunnel configuration, such as the train length and the traintunnel blockage ratio, on these wave processes have been investigated as well.


The rapid transit network design problem consists of the location of train alignments and stations, in a context where the demand makes its own decisions about the mode and route.


An investigation of train driver visual strategies


(2003) Pilot study of train drivers' eye movements, University of Surrey.

