Substructure versus Superstructure Resilience: an Investigative Look into the Key Differences from a Ground-Borne Vibration Perspective
Static analysis of rail trackforms - e.g. based on an elastic beam deflection theory - is a common occurrence often performed by one or several of the project stake holders at some point during the realisation of the project. The explicit aim of such an analysis is to obtain an understanding of the various elastic deflection behaviours of the trackform when undergoing static or quasi-static loading.
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