MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 239, 2018Siberian Transport Forum - TransSiberia 2018
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||27 November 2018|
Research of interaction of the “train – bridge” system with bridge deck resonant vibrations
Emperor Alexander I St. Petersburg State Transport University, Russia
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When designing bridges on high-speed railways, special attention should be paid to ensuring the safety of train traffic and the comfort of passengers. On high-speed railways, the proportion of the length of bridge structures in the composition of the entire route is much larger than on conventional railways, which makes the present study relevant. In this paper based on numerical simulation, the results of the study of the motion of a high-speed train along bridge structures in the resonance mode of vibrations are presented. In this formulation, special attention was paid to the control of dynamic phenomena at the level of the “wheel-rail” contact. The dynamics of loose parts of the train car determines the magnitude of the contact force, which in turn characterizes the possible detachable movement of the wheel, which is inadmissible for the safety of the train. Analysis of the obtained results, using the example of a 50 m long simple span structure developed for the Moscow-Kazan high-speed railway, allows us to conclude that the resonant nature of the vibrations of simple beam is not a critical phenomenon.
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