This paper describes measurement of the aerodynamic pressures produced by a Bombardier High-Speed Non-Electric Locomotive (HSNEL) on an adjacent stationary double-stack freight car. Static pressures are measured on the near and far-side faces of the freight containers over a range of locomotive speeds from 60 to 130 mph. This data is also compared with the pressures predicted by computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations.
Measurement of the Aerodynamic Pressures Produced by Passing Trains
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MacNeill, RA, Holmes, S, & Lee, HS. "Measurement of the Aerodynamic Pressures Produced by Passing Trains." Proceedings of the ASME/IEEE 2002 Joint Rail Conference. Joint Rail. Washington, DC, USA. April 23–25, 2002. pp. 57-64. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/RTD2002-1643
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