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Ballastless Tracks

Freudenstein, Stephan / Geisler, Konstantin / Mölter, Tristan / Mißler, Michael / Stolz, Christian

Ballastless Tracks

März 2018
  • 96 Seiten
  • ca 18 Abbildungen
  • ca 3 Tabellen
  • Softcover
  • Englisch
ISBN: 978-3-433-02993-0
Lieferbar, versandkostenfrei

Preise inkl. Mehrwertsteuer

Inhalt

1 Introduction and state of the art

1.1 Introductory words and definition

1.2 Comparison between ballasted track and ballastless track

1.3 Basic ballastless track types in Germany - the state of the art

1.3.1 Developments in Germany

1.3.2 Sleeper framework on continuously reinforced slab

1.3.3 Continuously reinforced slab with discrete rail seats

1.3.4 Precast concrete slabs

1.3.5 Special systems for tunnels and bridges

1.3.6 Further developments

1.3.7 Conclusion

1.4 Ballastless track systems and developments in other countries (examples)

2 Design

2.1 Basic principles

2.1.1 Regulations

2.1.2 Basic loading assumptions

2.2 Material parameters - assumptions

2.2.1 Subsoil

2.2.2 Unbound base layer

2.2.3 Base layer with hydraulic binder

2.2.4 Slab

2.3 Calculations

2.3.1 General

2.3.2 Calculating the individual rail seat loads

2.3.3 Calculating bending stresses in a system with continuously supported track panel

2.3.4 System with individual rail seats

2.3.5 Example calculation

2.4 Further considerations

2.4.1 Intermediate layers

2.4.2 Temperature effects

2.4.3 Finite element method (FEM)

3 Developing a ballastless track

3.1 General

3.2 Laboratory tests

3.2.1 Rail fastening test

3.2.2 Testing elastic components

3.2.3 Tests on tension clamps

3.3 Lateral forces analysis

4 Ballastless track on bridges

4.1 Introduction and history

4.1.1 Requirements for ballastless track on bridges

4.1.2 System-finding

4.1.2.1 Geometric restraints

4.1.2.2 Acoustics

4.1.2.3 Design

4.1.3 System trials and implications for later installation

4.1.4 Measurements during system trials

4.1.5 Regulations and planning guidance for laying ballastless track on bridges

4.1.6 The Cologne-Rhine/Main and Nuremberg?Ingolstadt lines

4.1.7 VDE 8 - new forms of bridge construction

4.2 Systems for ballastless track on bridges

4.2.1 The principle behind ballastless track on long bridges

4.2.2 Ballastless track components on long bridges

4.2.3 Ballastless track on short bridges

4.2.4 Ballastless track on long bridges

4.2.5 The bridge areas of ballastless tracks

4.2.6 End anchorage

4.3 The challenging transition zone

4.3.1 General

4.3.2 The upper and lower system superstructure way and bridge

4.3.4 General actions and deformations at bridge ends

4.3.5 Summary of actions

4.3.6 Supplementary provisions for ballastless track on bridges and analyses

4.3.7 Measures for complying with limit values

4.3.8 Summary, consequences and outlook

5 Selected topics

5.1 Additional maintenance requirements to be considered in the design

5.2 Switches in ballastless track in the Deutsche Bahn network

5.3 Ballastless track maintenance

5.4 Inspections

5.4.1 General

5.4.2 Cracking and open joints

5.4.3 Anchors for fixing sleepers

5.4.4 Loosening of sleepers

5.4.5 Additional inspections

5.5 Ballastless track repairs

5.5.1 Real examples of repairs

5.5.2 Renewing rail seats

5.5.3 Repairing anchor bolts

5.5.4 Dealing with settlement

5.5.5 Defective sound absorption elements

5.6 Drainage

5.6.1 General

5.6.2 Draining surface water

5.6.3 Drainage between tracks

5.6.4 Strip between tracks

5.6.5 Cover to sides of ballastless track

5.7 Transitions

5.7.1 General

5.7.2 Transitions in substructure and superstructure

5.7.3 Welding and insulated rail joints

5.7.4 Transitions between bridges/tunnels and earthworks

5.7.5 Transitions between ballastless and ballasted track

5.7.6 Transitions between different type of ballastless track

5.8 Accessibility for road vehicles

5.8.1 General

5.8.2 Designing for road vehicles

5.8.3 Designing for road vehicle loads

5.9 Sound absorption elements

5.9.1 General

5.9.2 Construction and acoustic requirements

5.9.3 Special requirements for materials and construction

References

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