The Vibration Response Analysis about High-Speed Train’s Braking Wing
With the rapid development of high-speed railway in China, the aerodynamic brake is very likely to be an important emergency braking mode of high-speed train in the future. This paper takes aerodynamic braking wing as the object, and uses the finite element software to divide the meshes, then analyses the model influenced by static stress. After simulating the vibratory frequency response of the model in the flow field, it finds that the largest deformation happens in the middle of the upper edge of the wind wing, when the wind speed gets to 500km/h and the load frequency to 4Hz. Some conclusions of this thesis can provide reference for researching the applying the aerodynamic brake in the high-speed trains and laying the foundation for solving the riding and braking safety problems.
Chunliang Zhang and Paul P. Lin
W. Q. Zhu and Y. Y. Zhu, "The Vibration Response Analysis about High-Speed Train’s Braking Wing", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 226-228, pp. 102-105, 2012