سال انتشار: 2021
تعداد صفحات: 378
زبان فایل: انگلیسی
فرمت فایل: pdf
حجم فایل: 8MB
MASTER AND INTEGRATE THE GEOMETRY AND MECHANICS OF RAILROAD VEHICLE SYSTEM ENGINEERING WITH ONE PRACTICAL RESOURCE
Mathematical Foundation of Railroad Vehicle Systems: Geometry and Mechanics delivers a comprehensive treatment of the mathematical foundations of railroad vehicle systems. The book includes a strong emphasis on the integration of geometry and mechanics to create an accurate and accessible formulation of nonlinear dynamic equations and general computational algorithms that can be effectively used in the virtual prototyping, analysis, design, and performance evaluation of railroad vehicle systems.
Using basic concepts, formulations, and computational algorithms, including mechanics-based approaches like the absolute nodal coordinate formulation (ANCF), readers will understand how to integrate the geometry and mechanics of railroad vehicle systems. The book also discusses new problems and issues in this area and describes how geometric and mechanical approaches can be used in derailment investigations.
Mathematical Foundation of Railroad Vehicle Systems covers:
•The mathematical foundation of railroad vehicle systems through the integration of geometry and mechanics
•Basic concepts, formulations, and computational algorithms used in railroad vehicle system dynamics
•New mechanics-based approaches, like the ANCF, and their use to achieve an integration of geometry and mechanics
•Use of geometry and mechanics to study derailments
•New problems and issues in the area of railroad vehicle systems
Designed for researchers and practicing engineers who work with railroad vehicle systems, Mathematical Foundation of Railroad Vehicle Systems: Geometry and Mechanics can also be used in senior undergraduate and graduate mechanical, civil, and electrical engineering programs and courses.