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About: Bogie is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 8898 publications have been published within this topic receiving 39449 citations. The topic is also known as: truck.

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22 May 2006
TL;DR: Iwnicki et al. as discussed by the authors presented a detailed overview of the history of railway vehicle and track simulation, including the development of the Bogie interaction between vehicles and track.
Abstract: Introduction Simon Iwnicki Aims Introduction to the Aims of Handook Structure of the Handbook A History of Railway Vehicle Dynamics Alan Wickens Introduction Coning and the Kinematic Oscillation Concepts of Curving Hunting and the Empirical Development of the Bogie Interaction between Vehicle and Track Innovations for Improved Steering Carter Wheel-Rail Geometry Matsudaira The ORE Competition Creep The Complete Solution of the Hunting Problem Modern Research on Curving Dynamic Response to Track Geometry Suspension Design Concepts and Optimisation Derailment The Development of Computer Simulation Active Suspensions The Expanding Domain of Rail Vehicle Dynamics References The Anatomy of Railway Vehicle Running Gear Anna Orlova and Yuri Boronenko Main Functions of the Running Gear and Terminology Bogie Components Common Passenger Vehicle Bogie Designs Common Freight Wagon Bogie Designs Common Tram Bogie Designs Principles of Selecting Suspension Parameters Advanced Bogie Designs References Wheel-Rail Contact Jean Bernard Ayasse and Hugues Chollet Introduction The Normal Contact The Tangent Problem Contact Forces in the Railway Context Appendix 4.1: Kinematic Movement: The Klingel Formula Appendix 4.2: Kinematic Hunting and Equivalent Conicity Appendix 4.3: The Circle Theory Appendix 4.4: Analysis of Y/Q and Nadal's Criteria Nomenclature References Tribology of the Wheel-Rail Contact Ulf Olofsson and Roger Lewis Introduction Contact Conditions at the Wheel-Rail Contact Wear and Other Surface Damage Mechanisms Friction Lubrication and Surface Coatings Acknowledgments References Track Issues Tore Dahlberg The Railway Track as a Dynamic System Function of the Track Dynamic Properties of the Track Dynamic Properties of Track Components Summary Acknowledgements References Gauging Issues David M. Johnson Philosophy and History of Gauging Components of Gauging Interaction between Gauging Components References Railway Vehicle Derailment and Prevention Huimin Wu and Nicholas Wilson Introduction History and Statistics Railway Vehicle Derailment Mechanisms and Safety Criteria Prediction of Derailment Prevention of Derailment References Longitudinal Train Dynamics Colin Cole Introduction Modelling Longitudinal Train Dynamics Interaction of Longitudinal Train and Lateral/Vertical Wagon Dynamics Longitudinal Train Crashworthiness Longitudinal Comfort Train Management and Driving Practices Conclusions Acknowledgments Nomenclature References Noise and Vibration from Railway Vehicles David Thompson and Chris Jones Introduction Rolling Noise Reducing Rolling Noise Impact Noise Curve Squeal Other Sources of Noise Vehicle Interior Noise Ground-Borne Vibration and Noise Vibration Comfort on Trains References Active Suspensions R.M. Goodall and T.X. Mei Introduction Basics of Active Suspensions Tilting Trains Active Secondary Suspensions Active Primary Suspensions Technology The Long Term Trends Nomenclature References Simulation Oldrich Polach, Mats Berg, and Simon Iwnicki Introduction Modelling Vehicle-Track Interaction Simulation Methods Computer Simulation Dynamics in Railway Vehicle Engineering Conclusions Acknowledgments Nomenclature References Field Testing and Instrumentation of Railway Vehicles Julian Stow and Evert Andersson Introduction Common Transducers Test Equipment Configuration and Environment Data Acquisition Measurement of Wheel and Rail Profiles Track Geometry Recording Examples of Vehicle Laboratory and Field Tests References Roller Rigs Weihua Zhang, Huanyun Dai, Zhiyun Shen, and Jing Zeng Introduction The History of Roller Rigs The Test Technique and Classification of Roller Rigs Examples of Roller Rigs Operation and Results Conclusions References Scale Testing P.D. Allen Introduction A Brief History of Scaled Roller Rigs Survey of Current Scaled Roller Rigs Roller Rigs: The Scaling Problem Scaling Errors Conclusions Acknowledgements References Index

843 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a train is modeled as a series of sprung masses lumped at the bogie positions and a bridge with track irregularities by beam elements, and two sets of equations of motion that are coupled can be written, one for the bridge and the other for each of the sprung masses.
Abstract: The objective of this study is to develop an element that is both accurate and efficient for modeling the vehicle-bridge interaction (VBI) in analysis of railway bridges carrying high-speed trains, which may consist of a number of cars in connection. In this study, a train is modeled as a series of sprung masses lumped at the bogie positions and a bridge with track irregularities by beam elements. Two sets of equations of motion that are coupled can be written, one for the bridge and the other for each of the sprung masses. To resolve the problem of coupling, the sprung mass equation is first discretized using Newmark's finite difference formulas and then condensed to that of the bridge element in contact. The element derived is referred to as the vehicle-bridge interaction element, which has the same number of degrees of freedom (DOF) as the parent element, while possessing the properties of symmetry and bandedness in element matrices. For this reason, conventional assembly procedures can be employed to ...

331 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the vertical dynamic behavior of a railway bogie moving on a rail is investigated for sleepers resting on an elastic foundation, and the transient interaction problem is numerically solved by use of an extended state-spacer vector approach in conjunction with a complex modal superposition for the track.

313 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a dynamic computational model for the vehicle and track coupling system is developed by means of finite element method in numerical implementation, where the coupling system was divided into two parts; lower structure and upper structure.

295 citations

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TL;DR: An innovative locomotion concept for rough terrain based on six motorized wheels based on rhombus configuration, the rover named Shrimp has a steering wheel in the front and the rear, and two wheels arranged on a bogie on each side.

258 citations

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