Design of High-Speed Railway Turnouts - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780323396172, 9780128038840

Design of High-Speed Railway Turnouts

1st Edition

Theory and Applications

Authors: Ping Wang
eBook ISBN: 9780128038840
Hardcover ISBN: 9780323396172
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 27th April 2015
Page Count: 480
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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Chapter 1. Types and Structure
    • 1.1 Main Types
    • 1.2 Technical Requirements
    • 1.3 Technical Features
    • 1.4 Global Overview of High-Speed Turnouts
  • Chapter 2. Layout Design
    • 2.1 Design Conditions
    • 2.2 Plane Line Types
    • 2.3 Design of Parameters
    • 2.4 Assessment Methods Based on Wheel–Rail System Vibration [30,31]
  • Chapter 3. Structural Selection and Rail Design
    • 3.1 Selection Principles
    • 3.2 Overall Structure Selection
    • 3.3 Design of Rail Members
    • 3.4 Technical Requirements for Rails
    • 3.5 Manufacturing of Rails
  • Chapter 4. Wheel–Rail Relation Design
    • 4.1 Wheel–Rail Contact Geometry Relation
    • 4.2 Wheel–Rail Rolling Contact Theories in Turnout Zone
    • 4.3 Assessment of Simplified Models
    • 4.4 Dynamic Evaluation Based on Wheel–Rail Dynamics in Turnout Area
  • Chapter 5. Track Stiffness Design
    • 5.1 Composition
    • 5.2 Track Stiffness Design [64–67]
    • 5.3 Distribution Rules of Track Integral Stiffness
    • 5.4 Homogenization Design for Track Stiffness in a Turnout
    • 5.5 Design of Track Stiffness Transition for a Turnout
  • Chapter 6. Structural Design of CWR Turnouts
    • 6.1 Structural Features
    • 6.2 Calculation Theories and Approaches
    • 6.3 Regularity of Stress and Deformation of CWR Turnout
    • 6.4 Design and Verification
  • Chapter 7. Design of CWR Turnout on Bridge
    • 7.1 Regularity of Longitudinal Interaction of CWR Turnout on Bridge
    • 7.2 Dynamic Characteristics of Vehicle–Turnout–Bridge Coupled System
    • 7.3 Design Requirements of CWR Turnout on Bridge
  • Chapter 8. Conversion Design of High-Speed Turnouts
    • 8.1 Conversion Structure and Principle
    • 8.2 Calculation Theory of Turnout Conversion
    • 8.3 Study and Design of High-Speed Turnout Conversion
  • Chapter 9. Design of Rail Substructure and Components
    • 9.1 Rail Substructure
    • 9.2 Plates of Turnout
    • 9.3 Components of Turnout Fastenings
  • Chapter 10. Theoretical Validation of High-Speed Turnout Design
    • 10.1 Validation of Turnout Dynamic Simulation Theory
    • 10.2 Validation of Analysis Theory of Longitudinal Interaction of CWR Turnout on Bridge
    • 10.3 Validation of Analysis Theory of Vehicle–Turnout–Bridge Dynamic Interaction
    • 10.4 Validation of High-Speed Turnout Conversion
  • Chapter 11. Manufacturing Technologies of High-Speed Turnouts
    • 11.1 Manufacturing Equipment and Processes
    • 11.2 Key Processes for Rails
    • 11.3 Key Processes for High-Speed Turnout Plates
    • 11.4 Assembly and Acceptance
  • Chapter 12. Laying Technology
    • 12.1 Transport
    • 12.2 Laying of Ballast Turnout
    • 12.3 Laying of Ballastless Turnout
    • 12.4 Accurate Adjustment Technology
    • 12.5 Dynamic Detection and Acceptance of High-Speed Turnout
  • Chapter 13. Irregularity Control of High-Speed Turnouts in Operation
    • 13.1 Structural Irregularity Induced by Poor Wheel–Rail Relation
    • 13.2 Geometric Irregularity
    • 13.3 Status Irregularity
  • Chapter 14. Maintenance and Management
    • 14.1 Management Policies and Maintenance Standards
    • 14.2 Inspection and Monitoring Technologies for High-Speed Turnouts
    • 14.3 Maintenance Technologies
    • 14.4 Management of High-Speed Turnouts
  • References
  • Index

Description

High-speed turnouts, a key technology for high-speed railways, have a great influence on the safe and stable running of high-speed trains. Design of High-Speed Railway Turnouts: Theory and Applications, comprehensively introduces the technical characteristics and requirements of high-speed turnouts, including design theories and methods of turnout layout geometry, wheel and rail relations, track stiffness, welded turnout, turnout conversion, turnout components, and manufacture and laying technologies of turnouts.

Analyzing the operational problems of China’s high-speed turnout in particular, this book discusses the control of structure irregularity, state irregularity, geometrical irregularity and dynamic irregularity during the design, manufacture, laying, and maintenance of turnouts. At the end of this reference book, the author provides high-speed turnouts management methods, maintenance standards, testing and monitoring technology, and maintenance technology.
Design of High-Speed Railway Turnouts: Theory and Applications will enable railway technicians all over the world to develop an in-depth knowledge of the design, manufacture, laying, and maintenance technology of high-speed turnouts.

Key Features

  • The first book in the world to focus explicitly on high-speed turnouts, including design, construction, maintenance and management of high speed turnouts
  • Expounds the theory of vehicle-turnout system coupling dynamics in detail, aligning this with several examples of computation, and examines the results of dynamic experiments which validate the theory
  • Written by Ping Wang, who is recognized as a leading researcher and main developer of high-speed turnouts in China

Readership

Researchers and technicians who are engaged in design, construction, maintenance and management of railway tracks, and a reference book for graduate and post-graduate students who study railway track structure and track dynamics.


Details

No. of pages:
480
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 2015
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780128038840
Hardcover ISBN:
9780323396172

About the Authors

Ping Wang Author

Professor Wang received his Doctor's degree in railway engineering in 1998 from the Southwest Jiaotong University. He has been engaged in teaching and scientific research work on high speed railway track structure for nearly 20 years

Affiliations and Expertise

Doctoral supervisor and professor of civil engineering, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China; Director of MOE Key Laboratory of High-speed Railway Engineering