Railway Substructure Theory
DNB019 course is part of 4 study plans
Ph.D. full-t. program DPC-K compulsory-elective Winter Semester 2nd year 8 credits
Ph.D. combi. program DKC-K compulsory-elective Winter Semester 2nd year 8 credits
Ph.D. full-t. program DPA-K compulsory-elective Winter Semester 2nd year 8 credits
Ph.D. combi. program DKA-K compulsory-elective Winter Semester 2nd year 8 credits
Students are introduced in details to the theory of static and dynamic design and estimation of railway substructure in seminars. Themes are focused on track upgrading with respect to speed and axle load increasing.
The aim of the subject is to provide students with a theoretical basis of phenomena associated with railway substructure including of ballast bed, track-bridge interaction. The methods of static and dynamic analyses are presented, both analytical mathematical models and numerical methods of solution, especially FEM.
Structural mechanics, nonlinear mechanics, dynamics of civil structures, numerical mathematics, physics.
Soil mechanics, stability analysis of slope, earth pressures, soil compaction, improvement of soil properties, stabilization.
Railway structures, switches, railway track geometry components and alignment, design of railway tracks and stations.
Planned educational activities and teaching methods
Teaching methods depend on the type of course unit as specified in the BUT Rules for Studies and Examinations.
The objective of the subject is to deepen knowledge in railway substructure theory with respect to theme of PhD thesis.
Specification of controlled instruction, the form of instruction, and the form of compensation of the absences
Vymezení kontrolované výuky a způsob jejího provádění stanoví každoročně aktualizovaná vyhláška garanta předmětu.
3 hours/week, 13 weeks, elective
Syllabus of lectures
1. Introduction and preparation of study literature.
2.-6. Introductory lectures.
7.–10. Seminars for an appointed theme.
11.–13. Completion seminar thesis with the appointed theme.