WP2 Sustainable Railways Publications

WP2 Sustainable Railway Publications

WP2 will focus on studying several sustainable technologies for railway infrastructure (same approach as WP1) with academic leadership by UGR (MC.Rubio) and Industrial leadership by IRAIL (C.Bowe).

G. D’Angelo, Miguel Sol-Sanchez, N. Thom, D. Lo Presti, Ma Carmen Rubio-Gamez, Proceedings of TRB 2017, Washington DC, USA

G. D’Angelo, D. Lo Presti, N. Thom, Article accepted in Materiales de Construccion, 2017

Use of bitumen stabilised ballast for improving railway trackbed conventional maintenance

G. D’Angelo, Miguel Sol-Sanchez, F. Moreno-Navarro, D. Lo Presti, N. Thom, Under review on Geotechnique, 2017

Effect of temperature and traffic on mix-design of bituminous asphalt for railway sub-ballast layer

BCRRA 2017, CRC Taylor & Francis group

Empirical Superpave mix-design of rubber-modified hot-mix asphalt in railway sub-ballast

International Journal of Civil, Environmental, Structural, Construction and Architectural Engineering (ICRE 2017) [in review]

Analytical approach for the mix design optimization of bituminous materials with crumb rubber

Materials & Design Journal (March 2017) [in review]

G. D’Angelo, N. Thom, D. Lo Presti, in J. Pombo (Editor) Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Railway Technology: Research, Development and Maintenance, Civil-Comp Press, Stirlingshire, UK, 2016 doi:10.4203/ccp.110.10

bitumen stabilised ballast: A potential solution for railway track-bed

G. D’Angelo, N. Thom, D. Lo Presti, Articlein Construction and Building Materials 124(2016):118-126 · July 2016 doi: 10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2016.07.067

Benchmark parameters for defining a new mix design system for railway bituminous sub-ballast

MTENG-5533 Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (ASCE), November 2016 [in review]

Evaluation of Dry Asphalt rubber concrete in railway sub-ballast using the four-point bending test

Computational & Technological resources, ISSN 1759-3433, DOI10.4203ccp.110.37, 2016

Determination of longitudinal profile of railway track using vehicle-based inertial readings

Paper 1: OBrien, E.J., Bowe, C., Quirke, P., Cantero, D., 2016. ‘Determination of longitudinal profile of railway track using vehicle-based inertial readings’. Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit, DOI: 10.1177/0954409716664936.

Drive-by detection of railway track stiffness variation using in-service vehicles

Paper 2: Quirke, P., Cantero, D., OBrien, E.J., Bowe, C., 2016. ‘Drive-by detection of railway track stiffness variation using in-service vehicles’. Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit, DOI: 10.1177/0954409716634752.

Railway bridge damage detection using vehicle-based inertial readings and apparent profile

Paper 3: Quirke, P., OBrien, E.J., Bowe, C., Cantero, D., Antolin, P., Goicolea, J.M. Article under Review. ‘Railway bridge damage detection using vehicle-based inertial readings and apparent profile’.

Drive-by inference of railway track longitudinal profile using accelerometer readings taken by in-service vehicles

OBrien, E.J., Bowe, C., Quirke, P., Cantero, D. CERI, Galway, 2016.

Laboratory simulation of field loading conditions and maintenance operations

G. D’Angelo, N. Thom, D. Lo Presti, in J. Pombo (Editor) Proceedings of Railway Engineering 2015, Edinburgh, UK, 2015 doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4538.9521

Determination of equivalent longitudinal rail profile using measured inertial response of in-service railway vehicle

Paper 5: OBrien, E.J., Quirke, P., Bowe, C., Cantero, D. Article being prepared. ‘Determination of equivalent longitudinal rail profile using measured inertial response of in-service railway vehicle’

Determination of vertical alignment of track from accelerometer readings

OBrien, E.J., Bowe, C., Quirke, P. IMechE Stephenson Conference for Railways, London, 2015.

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