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JMT 2014, Vol. 22 Issue (2) :76-83    DOI: 10.1007/s40534-014-0053-z
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Parametric analysis of wheel wear in high-speed vehicles
Na Wu, Jing Zeng*
State Key Laboratory of Traction Power, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu 610031, China

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Abstract In order to reduce the wheel profile wear of highspeed trains and extend the service life of wheels, a dynamic model for a high-speed vehicle was set up, in which the wheelset was regarded as flexible body, and the actual measured track irregularities and line conditions were considered. The wear depth of the wheel profile was calculated by the well-known Archard wear law. Through this model, the influence of the wheel profile, primary suspension stiffness, track gage, and rail cant on the wear of wheel profile were studied through multiple iterative calculations. Numerical simulation results show that the type XP55 wheel profile has the smallest cumulative wear depth, and the type LM wheel profile has the largest wear depth. To reduce the wear of the wheel profile, the equivalent conicity of the wheel should not be too large or too small. On the other hand, a small primary vertical stiffness, a track gage around 1,435-1,438 mm, and a rail cant around 1:35-1:40 are beneficial for dynamic performance improvement and wheel wear alleviation.
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KeywordsParametric analysis   Wheel profile wear   Flexible wheelset   High-speed railway   Vehicle dynamic model   Finite element method     
Received 2013-12-09;
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The authors would like to acknowledge the support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 51005189) and the National Key Technology R&D Program of China (2009BAG12A01).

Corresponding Authors: Na Wu, Jing Zeng     Email: wunapp@126.com;zeng@swjtu.edu.cn
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Na Wu, Jing Zeng.Parametric analysis of wheel wear in high-speed vehicles[J]  JMT, 2014,V22(2): 76-83
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