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Peter Shortall Local time: 23:26 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 4
Thank you, that seems to be the right one.
1 hr confidence:
Explanation: Wear : Structural integrity analysis of a tram-way: load spectra ...
1d); and (iii) severe wear of both rail heads and counter-rails (Fig. 1 c and e) . Moreover, it has been observed that fatigue damage sometimes ends up in a ...
linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0043164804002935 - Similar pageshttp://http://www4.havant.gov.uk/WSC/1/00/04/15/00041501.pdf
What you will use, is your own business.
I've worked for 2 years for a comoany dealing with RW signalling & safety equipment & systems, so I offer you what is really used and understood. By the way, there are loads of differences in between nations in their terminology preferences.
for KM you'd better use 'catenary'
Care must be taken to centre the joins on and between. the posts. 2. The counter rails are odd sizes