Papers by Keyword: Railway Turnout

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Authors: Xue Mei Mo, Yu Fang, Yun Guo Yang
Abstract: This paper proposes a method of the fault detection and diagnosis for the railway turnout based on the current curve of switch machine. Exact curve matching fault detection method and SVM-based fault diagnosis method are adopted in the paper. Based on envelope and morpheme match algorithm, exact curve matching method is used to match the detected current curve with the reference curve so as to predict whether the curve would have fault or not. Moreover, the SVM-based fault diagnosis method is used to make sure that the fault conditions could be diagnosed intelligently. Finally, the experimental results show that the proposed method can accurately identify the turnout fault status in the conversion process, and the accuracy rate in the diagnosis of the fault location is above 98%, which verify the effectiveness of the method in the fault detection and diagnosis.
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Authors: Rong Chen, Wang Ping, Yang Song
Abstract: Train/turnout dynamic interaction is exacerbated by high speed of passenger train and heavy load of freight train, and wheel/rail relation is one of the key factors that determine the running characteristics of the train. Focusing on three types of wheel treads with different profiles (TB tapered tread, LM worn tread, LMA worn tread), longitudinal distribution of the contact geometric parameters along the switch rail and nose rail of 350km/h No.18 turnout are calculated, such as tread equivalent conicity, coefficient of contact angle difference, roll angle factor, gravitational stiffness of wheelset, gravitational angle stiffness of wheelset, etc. Results show that: (1) LMA worn tread produces the smallest irregularity; (2) wheel/rail vertical impact at the frog will become bigger; (3) Top profile of switch rail and nose rail should be designed according to the wheel tread type so as to mitigate the wheel/rail dynamic interaction and increase the safety and stability of a train.
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