Vehicle/Guideway Interaction in Maglev Systems
ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB IL
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Dynamic interactions between the vehicle and guideway in a high-speed ground transportation system based on magnetically levitated maglev vehicles were studied, with an emphasis on the effects of vehicle and guideway parameters. Two dynamic models for the vehicle are presented. In one model, the vehicle is considered to be a moving force traveling at various speeds on a simply supported single- or two-span beam. In the second model, the vehicle is considered to be one-dimensional and has two degrees of freedom this model consists of the primary and secondary suspensions of the vehicle, with lumped masses, linear springs, and damping. The Bernoulli-Euler beam equation is used to model the characteristics of a flexible guideway, and the guideway synthesis is based on modal analysis.
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