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A dynamic and quantitative method for measuring wheel flats and abrasion of trains

Qibo Feng, Jianying Cui, Yan Zhao, Ying Pi, Yongping Teng
(Dept. Of Physics, Northern Jiaotong University, Beijing 100044,P. R . of China)
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Abstract

Introduction

The Measurement Principle

Experiment results and Conclusions

References

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