Dynamic load effect on the transportation safety of tank containers as part of combined trains on railway ferries.
Maintaining the leading position of railway transport in the international transportation market led to the creation of its combined interaction with other modes of transport. In countries that have access to international traffic through the sea, rail-ferry services have been developed. At the initial stage of functioning of this symbiosis, only freight and passenger cars were transported by sea. At the moment, it has become possible to follow container trains on railway ferries by sea. An example would be the international Silk Road corridor, which connects Ukraine with China. Important components of this corridor are two rail-ferry routes through the waters of the Black and Caspian Seas.
Fomin, O., Lovska, A., Píštěk, V., Kučera, P. (2019). Dynamic load effect on the transportation safety of tank containers as part of combined trains on railway ferries. Vibroengineering Procedia. November 2019, Vol. 29, 124-129. doi : https://doi.org/10.21595/vp.2019.21138