Track Systems supplement 2014

Posted: 5 June 2014 | | No comments yet

In our latest free-to-view Track Systems Supplement, read articles about the CAPACITY4RAIL project, track maintenance facilities in Portugal, plus switches and crossings research from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology…

Track Systems supplement 3 2014
  • Looking towards 2030-2050 for an affordable, automated, adaptable, resilient and high-capacity railway
    Laurent Schmitt, UIC
  • Track maintenance – rectification of geometrical deficiencies
    Ricardo Alves, REFER Engineering S.A., and João Gonçalo Maia Vieira, REFER
  • Track stiffness optimisation to improve the performance of switches and crossings
    Elias Kassa, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

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