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      • Report no. UMTA-MA-06-0025-73.PB 222 654.Includes bibliographical references.

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        LC Classifications1973
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        Paginationxvi, 98 p. :
        Number of Pages76
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Although detailed models of the wheel—rail contact and damages, as well as vehicle—track interaction have been developed, further field characterization and experimental verifications are needed to better understand the root causes of the RCF.

Struct Control Health Monit 24 2 :1848• Due to the same reason, the majority of the existing test rigs in the literature have used the curved track principle.