A. Iron and Steel & B. Rails


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A. Iron and Steel & B. Rails
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IMPORTANCE OF IRON AND STEEL IN TRACK Rails, rail-fastenings and many other track components are made from iron and steel due to their certain fundamental characteristics which enable them to withstand varying stresses and strains which these components are subjected to. The properties of iron are influenced by heating and cooling. Thus, indiscrete heating and cooling can create problems. Furthermore, the format…
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J S Mundrey: Railway Track Engineering, Fourth Edition. A. Iron and Steel & B. Rails, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2009), AccessEngineering Export