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Railway Research: Selected Topics on Development, Safety and Technology

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Railway Research: Selected Topics on Development, Safety and Technology
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535122357
Number of pages: 204

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This book focuses on selected research problems of contemporary railways: safety and security problems in general, the question of railway infrastructure, modern systems for the technical condition monitoring of railway tracks, modeling railway vehicle dynamics using numerical simulation, etc.

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