Paper Title:
Mechanical Characteristics Analysis of Type ∏ Terminal Restricted Configuration Transition Section for CRTSⅡ Slab Track
  Abstract

With full-bridge longitudinal-connected foundation plates,CRTSⅡslab track sets type ∏ terminal restricted configuration anchorage structure in the bedroad-bridge transition section,in order to transmit forces such as temperature force and braking force from foundation plate to subgrade. In connection with the deficiency of exsiting researches, through the established finite element analysis model on Type ∏ terminal restricted configuration transition section,its mechanical characteristics under the most unfavorable longitudinal load by changing the structural parameters of transition section are analyzed, focusing on the criterion that the range of maximum of longitudinal displacement is 3mm.Analysis results show that when the longitudinal force is being transmitted to the anchorage structure, the maximum stress and longitudinal displacement of main terminal restricted configuration are far less than the limit and this process has little influence on track geometrical regularity .The laying of sliding layer can ameliorate structural force and deformation. However, changing its friction coefficient has no effect. Moreover, as the soil is under elastic deformation stage, its elastic modulus presents significant effects on mechanical properties of transmit section while its internal friction angle and cohesion have no influence.

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Edited by
Xuejun Zhou
Pages
108-112
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.90-93.108
Citation
X. P. Gong, H. Xiao, "Mechanical Characteristics Analysis of Type ∏ Terminal Restricted Configuration Transition Section for CRTSⅡ Slab Track", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 90-93, pp. 108-112, 2011
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September 2011
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