Autors: Todorov, G. D., Kamberov, K. H., Kralov, I. M., Ignatov, I. P.
Title: Influence of the Contact Roughness Upon Railway Monobloc Wheel Acoustic Behaviour on Virtual Prototyping Approach
Keywords: virtual prototyping; finite element analysis /FEA/; railway wheel acoustic behaviour

Abstract: In this study the virtual prototyping is used for evaluation the influence of the contact roughness upon the acoustic behaviour evaluation of railway monobloc wheel. The proposed procedure covers requirements of the European Standard EN 13979-1 “Wheels and bogies – Monobloc wheels”. The main advantage of the acoustic assessment based on the virtual engineering technics – absence of the expensive and time consuming physical tests, is sown. The real industrial-project example is presented and comparison of the numerical and experimental results is used for acoustic behaviour assessment and approval of railway monobloc wheel design.

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AMEE-2017 - AIP, vol. 1910, 2017, Bulgaria, ISBN 978-0-7354-1602-4

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