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Analysis of Railway Wheel to study Thermal and Structural Behaviour[
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Author(s)
Pramod Murali Mohan
KEYWORDS
Failure, Fatigue, Fracture, Heat, Railway Wheel, Structural load, Thermal load, Wear
ABSTRACT
Wheel-Rail systems are intensively subjected to damage caused by rolling contact and slip behaviour between the wheel and the rail. This is caused because of the brake block pushed against the wheel tread to create friction through which energy is dissipa
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