Dynamic response of an inclined railway bridge supported by Winkler foundation under a moving railway vehicle
An investigation into the dynamical behaviour of an inclined railway bridge traversed by uniform partially distributed moving railway vehicle, and supported by an elastic foundation is carried out. The effects of shear deformation and rotatory inertia are taken into consideration. The resulting coupled partially differential equations are solved using finite difference method. It was found that...
Published at Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences
Published in 2015
Michael C. Agarana, Jacob A. Gbadeyan, Olasunmbo O. Agboola, Timothy A. Anake, Olawale J. Adeleke
Agboola Olasunmbo » Mr. AGBOOLA, Olasunmbo Olaoluwa holds Bachelor of Science Education (First Class Hons.) and Master of Science degrees from the University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria. He is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics in the College of Science and Technology. His research interests are in analytical dynamics and numerical analysis. Presently, he is undertaking his Doctor of Philosophy... view full profile
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