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Transport Problems

Tytuł artykułu

Improving of operating ability of wheels and rail tracks

Autorzy Tumanishvili, G  Nadiradze, T  Tumanishvili, I 
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Warianty tytułu
RU Coversenstvovanie eksplyatacionnyh sposobnostej koles i relsovyh pytej
Języki publikacji EN
Abstrakty
EN The high cost of wheels and rails due to wear and rolling contact fatigue is one of the main problems in the railway transport. The values of creepage, sliding distance and wear rate of wheels and rails at rolling of a wheel on the rail greatly depend on geometric characteristics of working profiles of wheels and rails and location of wheels relative to rails. In the present work the functional requirements of various parts of profiles of wheels and rails and dominating kinds of their damage in various operating conditions are considered and a new profile of a wheel and device for fastening of rails are offered.
RU Высокая стоимость ремонтно-профилактических работ колес, из-за износа и усталостного повреждения является одным из главных проблем на железодорожном транспорте. При качении колеса на рельсе величина относительного скольжения и интенсивность изнашивания колес и рельсов значительно зависят от геометрических особенностей рабочих профилей колес и рельсов и взаимного расположения рельсов относительно колес. В данной работе рассматриваются функциональные требования различных частей профилей колес и рельсов и доминирующие виды их повреждения при различных условиях работы и предложены новые профили колес и устройства закрепления рельсов.
Słowa kluczowe
PL profil koła   przytwierdzenie kolejowe   walcowanie   tarcie ślizgowe   zużycie  
EN wheel-rail profile   rail fastening   rolling   sliding   wear  
Wydawca Wydawnictwo Politechniki Śląskiej
Czasopismo Transport Problems
Rocznik 2014
Tom T. 9, z. 3
Strony 99--105
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 16 poz.
Twórcy
autor Tumanishvili, G
  • Georgian Technical University 77 Kostava str. O175 Tbilisi, Georgia
autor Nadiradze, T
  • Georgian Technical University 77 Kostava str. O175 Tbilisi, Georgia
autor Tumanishvili, I
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