Model for Vertical Dynamic Analysis of the Vehicle-Track Coupling System

  • Xiaoyan LeiEmail author


With the sustained and rapid social and economic development in China, there is an increasing demand for railway passenger and freight transport, making it vital and urgent for freight trains to increase their capacity and passenger trains to improve their speed and riding quality on the premise of assuring traffic safety.


Mass Matrix Beam Element Suspension System Vehicle Model Equivalent Stiffness 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Railway Environmental Vibration and Noise Engineering Research Center of the Ministry of EducationEast China Jiaotong UniversityNanchangChina

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