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Increase of Rail Transportation Safety with Use of Nonlinear Dynamics Methods and the Modern Catastrophe Theory

By Olga Markova, Mihails Zakrževskis, Vladislavs Jevstigņejevs and N. Naumenko

Abstract

The number of unexpected crashes, breakdowns and catastrophes in mechanical nonlinear dynamical systems stays very large. The paper deals with the increasing of rail transportation safety using nonlinear dynamics methods and the modern catastrophe theory. The original method of complete bifurcation groups is suggested for systematical prediction of dangerous motion regimes

Topics: catastrophic regimes, railway transport safety, rare attractors, complete bifurcation analysis
OAI identifier: oai:ortus.rtu.lv:3639
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