Journal of Tashkent Institute of Railway Engineers


On the elements of the longitudinal profile, when the train is decelerated from friction, an additional force of theft occurs. By modeling the braking process, the dependence of the driving forces on the braking friction is close to linear. The result of theft also depends on the power of the anti-theft system, namely, the force of pressing the fastening terminal to the rail, the weakness of which can subsequently affect the safety of trains and cause the track to be thrown out.

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