Aerodynamic Influences of HighSpeed Trains
书 号：9787113263737
丛 书 名：无
作 者：李人宪
译 者：
开 本：16开
装 帧：精装
正文语种：英文
出 版 社：中国铁道出版社有限公司
定 价：180元

内容简介
Withthecontinuousimprovementoftheoperationspeedofhighspeedrailways,theadverseeffectsoftheaerodynamicimpactontralnoperation,tunnelmaintenance,railwayserviceliteandthesafetyofroadsidepersonnelareincreasinglyprominent.Thisbookusesnumericalcalculationmethodstodiscussnineaerodynamicproblemnsofhighspeedtrainthataredifficulttostudyusingrealmeasurementandwindtunnelmodeltestmethods.
Thisbookcanbeusedasareferenceforteachers.studentsanddesignresearchersinthefieldofhighspeedtrainaerodynamics. 
前言
Since the world's first highspeed train with 210 km/h speed debuted in Japan in the 1960s, highspeed railways and highspeed trains have been successfully built and operated in many countries. Because of its large transport capacity, low energy consumption, good comfort of ride and high operation safety, more and more countries are taking considerations of building highspeed railways. At present, more than 10 countries or regions have operating highspeed trains, and more than 20 countries have highspeed railways constructed or under construction.
Today, China's highspeed railway construction and highspeed train manufacturing hold a pivotal position in the world. China ranks number one in both the operating mileage and mileage under construction in the world. China also has a very large scale production of highspeed trains. Almost all of more than 3000 highspeed trains operating on China's highspeed railway now are domestically manufactured. Needless to say, China is taking a threestep rout for its development of highspeed railways and trains, namely, importing, understanding and absorbing, and reinnovation. This route in one hand led to high starting point, fast development, and rapid largescale production. However, on the other hand, it might have also led to lack of basic theoretical research and understanding of the original design. Comparing to the leading countries of highspeed railway technologies in the world, such as Japan, France, Germany and so on, China still has to fill the gap of establishing standards for highspeed train manufacturing and operation. This gap has also been obstructing China from entering the world market of highspeed railways and highspeed trains. In the scope of aerodynamics, a number of design standards are either missing or to be developed. A few examples include: the standard of safety distance for roadside person as train passing by, the limits of air pressure variation in the tunnel, the limits of air pressure change inside the passenger car, air quality standards of airconditioned passenger car, the limits of temperature variation in trains designed for different regions and different seasons, thermal comfort evaluation standard inside the passenger car, the limits of noise levels inside the passenger car, the limits of aerodynamic noise outside the train; operation stability criteria of the train while running in crosswind, the aerodynamic loading standards for sound barrier designs and so on. The development of these standards involve the understanding of not only the operation of train, but also the limits of the operating environment. It also depends on the technology of manufacturing, ergonomic criteria, and even the differences in ethnic, religious, cultural and many other aspects. Nevertheless, it is with crucial importance that we understand the aerodynamic interactions among highspeed trains, people and the environment. This is the prerequisite of establishing standards relevant to the aerodynamics of highspeed trains. The work in book attempts to find the patterns of aerodynamic load of highspeed trains via large amount of computational analysis.
The research methods of highspeed train aerodynamics include theoretical analysis of simple (simplified) model, analysis of surveyed (measured) data during train operation, analysis of experimental data from wind tunnel model or water tank model and numerical calculation and analysis of hydrodynamics control differential equation. The theoretical analysis method has been used in the early research of highspeed train aerodynamics and is less used nowadays. Its analysis results can only be used for qualitative understating due to its oversimplified model and large deviation from the actual shape, operation and environmental conditions of the highspeed trains. The other three research methods are commonly used today. This book uses the method of numerical calculation of hydrodynamics control differential equation and discusses about nine aerodynamics problems of highspeed train that are difficult if not impossible to using real train measurement or wind tunnel model test methods. The nine aerodynamic problems are (1) the pressure wave generated when two trains traveling at opposite direction meet in open line, (2) the pressure wave generated when two trains traveling opposite direction meet in a tunnel, (3) aerodynamic forces generated when two trains traveling opposite direction meet and pass each other, (4) aerodynamic effect of a train passing through a tunnel, (5) aerodynamic effects of traininduced airflow on human body, (6) the effect of crosswind on the running train, (7) the effects of traininduced airflow on the windshield or sound barrier along highspeed railways, (8) the internal flow field of high speed airconditioned passenger cars and (9) external aerodynamic noise of highspeed train. In addition, this book is written on the basis of the Chinese version of the book in 2016. Some new content has been added to Chapters 1, 2, 3, 5, and 10. The author hopes that this is of some help to the development of relevant standards and to young professionals who just enter this field, and consequently to promote the research and the development of the field of highspeed train aerodynamics.
Certainly, this book does not cover all the topics of highspeed train aerodynamics. Subjects such as aerodynamic interactions between highspeed train and various types of bridges, the effects of interactions between highspeed traininduced airflow and rain or snow on the operation of the trains, are not included in this book. Additionally, limited by the available computation power, the work in this book is far from perfect. We only analyzed the pressure fluctuations and aerodynamic forces when two trains meet in short tunnels, while the case in long tunnels may be different. We only analyzed the effect of crosswind on the running trains under the extreme condition (when the direction of the wind is perpendicular to the traveling direction of the train), while the cases with other directions of the wind are not discussed. The influence of dust and particles in windblown environment to the air quality inside the train is also worth discussing. Also worth pointing out, the conclusions in this book is only represent the author’s own opinion. Some of the calculated results are calibrated with the measurement results, while the other calculation results in this book have not been benchmarked to field measurements. Limited by the computational power, some of the numerical mesh of computational models may not be divided to the ideal fineness. The test of mesh number independence is performed on the calculation model when possible. However, limited to the computing power, there are also computational models that cannot be tested for mesh number independence (such as the calculation of external aerodynamic noise and of propagation of pressure wave in very long tunnel). Hence, the results presented may not be accurate enough, and the author can even get to incorrect conclusions without realizing it himself. Therefore, I sincerely invite readers of this book and area experts share your expertise and give your comments, criticism and suggestions.
This book would not have been possible without the support and help of my teachers, colleagues and students. First of all, I would like to thank my PH.D adviser prof. Liu Yingqing. He led me into the research area of highspeed train aerodynamics. Secondly, I would like to thank prof. Zhang Weihua who was the director of Traction Power State Key Laboratory of Southwest Jiaotong University. In the year of 2005, he supported me both with the equipment and the financially during the very difficult time of my research so that my research work can be sustained. Of course, I would also like to thank my graduate students as they have completed a considerable portion of the calculation presented in this book. Zhang Shu, Zhao Jing, Liu Jie, Guan Yongjiu, Wang Mingming, Zhao Jiwei, Zheng Zhengyu, Ye Kun, Qi Zhendang, Chen Lin, Xiao Rui, Yuan Lei, Ding Hao, Yao Shu, Kang Jian, Cui Pengxiang, Liu Jizhou, Lu Xiaoliu, Liu Congyan, Yu Runzhi, Liu Jintong, Meng Dongxiao, Yang Jun and more have contributed to this book. all made their contribution to this book. Many times, it is through the discussion and argument with my students that makes the objectives of the research better defined and the contents of the study more clear. Last but not least, I am very grateful my family for toleration of me spending most of my time in front of the computer rather than with them.
This book was made possible by the funding support from the Railway Science and Technology Book Publishing Fund. Thanks to academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering Liang Wenhao for writing the forward of this book. Also appreciated are editors of China Railway Publishing House, Huang Lu, Zhao Jing and Wang Mingrong for their massive editing work for this book.

目录
1. Introduction
References
2. Change of the Pressure Wave as Two Trains Opposite Meeting Pass on Open Line
2.1 Problem Statement
2.2 Research Methods
2.3 Analytical Model
2.4 Model Verification
2.5 Calculation and Analysis
2.6 Comparison of the Pressure Waves Generated by Different Shapes of the Train Head
2.7 Conclusions
References
3. Pressure Wave Generated as Two Trains Opposite Meet in a Tunnel
3.1 Problem Statement
3.2 Research Methods
3.3 ThreeDimensional Simulation Analysis
3.4 Estimation of the Maximum Negative Pressure
3.5 Tunnel Critical Length and the Most Unfavorable Length when Two Trains Meet
3.6 Conclusions
References
4. Aerodynamic Forces Generated as Two Trains Running in Opposite Directions Meet
4.1 Problem Statement
4.2 Research Methods
4.3 Computation Model and Basic Assumptions
4.4 Aerodynamic Forces Generated as Two Trains Meet on Open Line
4.5 Aerodynamic Forces Generated as Two Trains Meet in a Tunnel
4.5 Conclusions
References
5. The Aerodynamic Effect of a Train Passing Through a Tunnel
5.1 Problem Statement
5.2 Research Methods
5.3 Analysis of Air Pressure Change as a Train Passes Through a Tunnel
5.4 The Most Unfavorable Tunnel Length as a Train Passes Through a Tunnel
5.5 Analysis of the Aerodynamic Effects of the Hood of the Tunnel
5.6 Aerodynamic Forces When a Train Passes Through a DoubleLine Tunnel
5.7 Propagation of the Compression Wave in Long Tunnel
5.8 Conclusions
References
6. Aerodynamic Effects of TrainInduced Airflow on Pedestrians
6.1 Problem Statement
6.2 Research Methods
6.3 Analysis Models
6.4 Results Analysis of the Numerical Calculation
6.5 The Relationship of the Aerodynamic Force with the Train Speed and the Distance and Train Shapes
6.6 Conclusions and Suggestion
References
7. Impact of Crosswind on Train Operation
7.1 Problem Statement
7.2 Research Methods
7.3 Calculation Model and Train Operating Conditions
7.4 Crosswind Loads on Trains Without Windshields
7.5 Analysis of the Role of Windshields on Straight Railways
7.6 Analysis of the Optimal Height and Distance of the Windshield on Curve Railways
7.7 Conclusions
References
8. Aerodynamic Effect of HighSpeed Trains on the Windshield or Sound Barrier
8.1 Problem Statement
8.2 Research Methods
8.3 The Aerodynamic Load on the Sound Barrier
8.4 Strength Calculation of the Support Structure of the Sound Barrier
8.5 Fatigue Life Estimation of the Support Structure of the Sound Barrier
8.6 Conclusions
References
9. Internal Flow Field of HighSpeed AirConditioning Train
9.1 Problem Statement
9.2 Research Methods
9.3 Location of Fresh Air Inlets and Waste Exhaust Outlets
9.4 Calculation of Air Parameters in Passenger Car
9.5 Design Specification of Air Parameters and the Evaluation of Thermal Comfort in the Passenger Car
9.6 Comparison of Two Types of AirConditioning Systems
9.7 Impact of Sudden Changes in External Pressure on the Interior Environment of the Carriage
9.8 Conclusions
References
10. External Aerodynamic Noise of HighSpeed Train
10.1 Problem Statement
10.2 Research Methods
10.3 Numerical Analysis of External Sound Field of HighSpeed Trains
10.4 The Far Field Aerodynamic Noise Including Quadrupole Sources
10.5 Calculation of the Sound Field caused by MicroPressure Wave
10.6 Conclusions
References
Appendix A: Tables Index
Appendix B: Illustration Index
Appendix C: Related papers published by Author in Recent Years 
作者介绍
李人宪，1982年毕业于西安交通大学，获学士学位；之后到西南交通大学任教。1988年获工学硕士学位，1998年获工学博士学位。2002~2003年在瑞士联邦苏黎世理工学院做访问学者，2005年受英语皇家学会资助在剑桥大学作短期科学研究。现任西南交通大学机械工程学院教授，博士研究生导师。主要从事内燃机性能和车辆空气动力学领域的研究，主持完成多项国家级、省部级和企业委托的科研项目。已发表研究论文100余篇，主编出版图书4本。 
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