Track Systems supplement 2014

Our latest free-to-view Track Systems supplement is supported by Amberg Technologies, Harsco Rail, Plasser & Theurer, RailMeasurement, Sekisui, Strukton and voestalpine:

  • Track Systems SupplementLooking towards 2030-2050 for an affordable, automated, adaptable, resilient and high-capacity railway
    Laurent Schmitt, UIC
  • Track maintenance – rectification of geometrical deficiencies
    Ricardo Alves, REFER Engineering S.A., and João Gonçalo Maia Vieira, REFER
  • Track stiffness optimisation to improve the performance of switches and crossings
    Elias Kassa, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

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