Nature of pressure waves induced by a high-speed train travelling through a tunnel

@article{Ricco2007NatureOP,
  title={Nature of pressure waves induced by a high-speed train travelling through a tunnel},
  author={P. Ricco and A. Baron and P. Molteni},
  journal={Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics},
  year={2007},
  volume={95},
  pages={781-808}
}
Abstract The pressure waves generated by a train entering and running through a tunnel are studied experimentally and numerically with the aim of gaining a solid understanding of the flow in the standard tunnel geometry and in the configuration with airshafts along the tunnel surface. Laboratory experiments were conducted in a scaled facility where train models travelled at a maximum velocity of about 150 km/h through a 6-m-long tunnel. The flow was simulated by a one-dimensional numerical code… Expand
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