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They increase the contact area between concrete sleepers and the top ballast layer, reduce the formation of hollowness beneath sleepers and lower superstructure settlements. But elastic under-sleeper pads can also represent a cost-effective way to reduce the transmission of vibration and structure-borne noise.
To this effect the formation of a vibratory system is required. Both effects, improvement of the track quality and formation of a vibratory system, have an impact on the measured insertion loss which is discussed in this article. Derived from this result, the challenges of a computational prognosis of the vibration mitigation effect are described.
In the light of experience gained in projects carried out with under-sleeper pads for vibration reduction, the achieved results are presented by means of examples. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. References 1. Veit, P. Railway Gaz. Iliev, D. Auer, F. DIN V : Mechanical vibration—Resilient elements used in railway tracks—Part 4: Analytical evaluation of insertion loss of mounted track systems Google Scholar 5.
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BAVARIA Plumbing / Tanks
Kühlerschläuche, ähnlich DIN 73411/96
Kølerslange -B- DIN 73411/79 - Ø 20- 200 mm