Noise and Vibration Mitigation for Rail Transportation Systems

Noise and Vibration Mitigation for Rail Transportation Systems
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Burkhard Schulte-Werning, David Thompson, Pierre-Etienne, Gautier Carl, Hanson Brian Hemsworth, James Nelson, Tatsuo Maeda, Paul de Vos
30 سبتمبر 2018

Noise and Vibration Mitigation for Rail Transportation Systems
Burkhard Schulte-Werning
David Thompson
Pierre-Etienne Gautier
Carl Hanson
Brian Hemsworth
James Nelson
Tatsuo Maeda
Paul de Vos
Table of Contents
Session 1: High Speed Trains (I)
Environmental Noise Reduction of Tokaido Shinkansen
and Future Prospect
H. Kanda, H. Tsuda, K. Ichikawa, S. Yoshida 1
Distortion of Compression Wave Propagating through
Shinkansen Tunnel
T. Miyachi, T. Fukuda, M. Iida, T. Maeda, S. Ozawa . 9
The Influence of the Train Speed on Vibrations Due to High
Speed Trains
G. Lombaert, G. Degrande, J. Bekaert . 19
High Speed Train Noise Effects on Wildlife and Domestic
C.E. Hanson . 26
Wind Tunnel Tests on the Control of Aeroacoustic Noise
from High Speed Train
N. Yamazaki, T. Takaishi, M. Toyooka, K. Nagakura, A. Sagawa,
H. Yano . 33
Session 2: High Speed Trains (II)
Measures to Counteract Micro-pressure Waves Radiating
from Tunnel Exits of DB’s New Nuremberg-Ingolstadt
High-Speed Line
Th. Tielkes, H.-J. Kaltenbach, M. Hieke, P. Deeg, M. Eisenlauer . 40
Acoustic Assessment of Micro-pressure Waves Radiating
from Tunnel Exits of DB High-Speed Lines
K.G. Degen, Ch. Gerbig, H. Onnich . 48
High Speed Railway Noise: Assessment of Mitigation
F. L´etourneaux, J.F. Cordier, F. Poisson, N. Douarche 56
Noise Measurement Results of Shinkansen High-Speed Test
Train (FASTECH360S,Z)
Y. Wakabayashi, T. Kurita, H. Yamada, M. Horiuchi . 63X Table of Contents
Noise Sources for High Speed Trains: A Review of Results
in the TGV Case
F. Poisson, P.E. Gautier, F. Letourneaux 71
Session 3: Ground Borne Vibrations (I)
Survey of Metro Excitation Frequencies and Coincidence
of Different Modes
S.J. Cox, A. Wang, A. Adedipe . 78
Floating Slab Track above Ground for Turnouts in Tram Lines
H.-G. Wagner, A. Herrmann . 86
Vehicle/Track Impact Due to Passing the Transition
between a Floating Slab and Ballasted Track
Z.G. Li, T.X. Wu . 94
Recent Developments in Operational Rail Noise and Vibration
in NSW, Australia
D. Anderson, C. Weber 101
Experimental Validation of a Numerical Model for Subway
Induced Vibrations
S. Gupta, G. Degrande, G. Lombaert 108
A Numerical Model for Re-radiated Noise in Buildings
from Underground Railways
P. Fiala, S. Gupta, G. Degrande, F. Augusztinovicz . 115
Session 4: Ground Borne Vibrations (II)
The Influence of the Soil on Track Dynamics
and Ground-Borne Vibration
L. Auersch . 122
A User-Friendly Prediction Tool for Railway Induced Ground
Vibrations: Emission – Transmission – Immission
W. R¨ ucker, L. Auersch 129
Using the PiP Model for Fast Calculation of Vibration
from a Railway Tunnel in a Multi-layered Half-Space
M.F.M. Hussein, H.E.M. Hunt, L. Rikse, S. Gupta, G. Degrande,
J.P. Talbot, S. Fran¸ cois, M. Schevenels 136
Structure-Borne Noise and Vibration Control for Chatswood
J.T. Nelson, M. Harrisson, M. Pettersson 143Table of Contents XI
Measurements and Investigations at the Floating-Track-Bed
System in the North-South Tunnel in Berlin
T. Jaquet, R. Garburg . 150
Propagation of Vibrations Due to a Tramway Line
M. Maldonado, O. Chiello, D. Le Hou´edec . 158
Session 5: General Rolling Noise Aspects (I)
Railway Noise Statistics by Monitoring Stations – Input for
Dutch Prediction Method RMR and Track Access Charging
E. Verheijen, M.S. Roovers, J.W. van den Brink 165
Measurement and Modelling of Noise from the Arsta Bridge
in Stockholm
A. Wang, O.G. Bewes, S.J. Cox, C.J.C. Jones . 172
Minimising Noise from Viaducts in the Borough Area
of London for the Thameslink Programme
C. Cobbing, C.J.C. Jones 179
The New German Prediction Model for Railway Noise “Schall
03 2006” – Potentials of the New Calculation Method for
Noise Mitigation of Planned Rail Traffic
U. Moehler, M. Liepert, U.J. Kurze, H. Onnich . 186
Floating Slab Track Re-engineering: Experience Drawn
from a Completely Renovated FST Damaged by Major
Flooding in Sao Paulo Metro
P. Carels, K. Ophalffens, P. Pinto, R. Kelly 193
Session 6: General Rolling Noise Aspects (II)
In-Car Noise and Carriage Floor Vibration on Different Track
Forms and Curvatures in a Metro System
A. Wang, S.J. Cox, H. Huang, L. Liu, J. Jiang, J. Sun 201
Experimental and Theoretical Analysis of Railway Bridge
Noise Reduction Using Resilient Rail Fasteners in Burgdorf,
K.P. K¨ ostli, C.J.C. Jones, D.J. Thompson . 208
Comparison of Two Metrics for Assessing Human Response
to Vibration
R. Carman, C. Reyes, G. Glickman, M. Schaeffler 215XII Table of Contents
A Study on Source Mechanism in the Interior Noise Problem
of High Speed Trains
H.I. Koh, H.B. Kwon, W.H. You, J.H. Park . 222
Reducing the Noise Emission by Increasing the Damping
of the Rail: Results of a Field Test
B. Asmussen, D. Stiebel, P. Kitson, D. Farrington, D. Benton 229
Session 7: Cost Benefit Considerations of Noise
Railway Noise Abatement: The Case for Retrofitting Freight
Vehicles with Composite Brake Blocks
J. Oertli . 236
A Systematic Approach for Arriving at Reasonable Heights
and Locations for Noise Barriers Adjacent to Railway Lines
C. Weber, K. Atkinson 243
How Can Infrastructure Manager Influence Noise Generation
of Rolling Stock
M.T. Kalivoda 250
Acoustic Effectiveness of Damped Wheels and Impact on
Life-Cycle Cost of Different Typologies of Passenger Trains
A. Bracciali, S. Cervello, P. Gatti . 257
Mitigation Measures for Open Lines against Vibration
and Ground-Borne Noise: A Swiss Overview
R. M¨ uller 264
Session 8: Prediction Tools and Theoretical Models (I)
Preliminary Analysis on Effect of Sleeper Pitch on Rail
Corrugation at a Curved Track
X. Jin, Z. Wen, Q. Liu, Z. Zhou 271
A Hybrid Model for Noise Generation from a Railway Wheel
Due to Wheel/Rail Impact
X. Xiao, X. Jin, X. Sheng . 278
A Time Domain Model for Wheel/Rail Interaction Aiming to
Include Non-linear Contact Stiffness and Tangential Friction
A. Pieringer, W. Kropp, J.C.O. Nielsen . 285
Optimization of Track Parameters, Considering Their Physical
Dispersion, to Minimize Rail Corrugation
O. Oyarzabal, J. G´ omez, J. Santamar´?a, E.G. Vadillo . 292Table of Contents XIII
Predicting the Effect of Temperature on the Performance
of Elastomer-Based Rail Damping Devices
N. Ahmad, D.J. Thompson, C.J.C. Jones, A.H. Muhr . 299
Estimation of Sound Transmission through Extruded Panels
Using a Coupled Waveguide Finite Element-Boundary
Element Method
C.M. Nilsson, A.N. Thite, C.J.C. Jones, D.J. Thompson 306
Session 9: Prediction Tools and Theoretical Models (II)
Squeal Prediction for a Bogied Vehicle in a Curve
Z.Y. Huang, D.J. Thompson, C.J.C. Jones . 313
Synthesis of Noise of Operating Vehicles: Development
within SILENCE of a Tool with Listening Features
E. Bongini, S. Molla, P.E. Gautier, D. Habault, P.O. Matt´ei,
F. Poisson . 320
IMAGINE Rail Noise Sources – A Practical Methodology
M. Beuving, B. Hemsworth, R.R.K. Jones . 327
Optimization of a Wheel Damper for Freight Wagons Using
FEM Simulation
W. Behr, S. Cervello 334
Session 10: Grinding, Corrugation and Roughness (I)
Types of Rail Roughness and the Selection of Vibration
Isolation Measures
H.E.M. Hunt . 341
Rail Roughness Monitoring in the Netherlands
A.H.W.M. Kuijpers . 348
Rail Roughness Level Assessment Based on High-Frequency
Wheel–Rail Contact Force Measurements
Jens C.O. Nielsen . 355
Session 11: Grinding, Corrugation and Roughness (II)
Testing the New Acoustic Rail Roughness Measurement
C. Jones, P. Fodiman, F. L´etourneaux, B. Croft 363XIV Table of Contents
Practical Implementations and Benefits of Highly Accurate
Rail Roughness Measurements
S. Lutzenberger, P. Holm 370
Session 12: New Noise Reduction Technologies (I)
New Rail Dampers at the Railway Link Roosendaal-Vlissingen
Tested within the Dutch Innovation Program
E. van Haaren, G.A. van Keulen 378
Theoretical Study on Noise Reduction of Rail Component
by Use of Rail Absorber
T.X. Wu . 384
Reducing Wheel-Rail Interaction Forces and Roughness
Growth by Application of Rail Dampers
B.E. Croft, C.J.C. Jones, D.J. Thompson 392
Session 13: New Noise Reduction Technologies (II)
Mitigation of Wheel Squeal and Flanging Noise
on the Australian Rail Network
D. Anderson, N. Wheatley . 399
How to Avoid Squeal Noise on Railways State of the Art
and Practical Experience
S. B¨ uhler, B. Thallemer . 406
Noise Reduction Measures at Freight Train Locomotives
“Blue Tiger”
C. Czolbe, M. Hecht . 412
Noise Reduction at Urban Hot-Spots by Vehicle Noise Control
U. Orrenius, S. Leth, A. Frid . 419
Poster Session
Directivity of Railway Rolling Noise
X. Zhang 426
Complex Eigenvalue Analysis of Railway Curve Squeal
G.X. Chen, J.B. Xiao, Q.Y. Liu, Z.R. Zhou 433
Wave Propagation in Railway Tracks at High Frequencies
J. Ryue, D.J. Thompson, P.R. White, D.R. Thompson 440Table of Contents XV
Stability and Transient Analysis in the Modelling of Railway
Disc Brake Squeal
X. Lorang, O. Chiello . 447
Large-Scale Fatigue Test of Stone Wool Based Anti-vibration
K.B. Gatzwiller . 454
Author Index .
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