Hussein, MFM and Hunt, HEM (2009) A computationally efficient software application for calculating vibration from underground railways. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 181. ISSN 1742-6588Full text not available from this repository.
The PiP model is a software application with a user-friendly interface for calculating vibration from underground railways. This paper reports about the software with a focus on its latest version and the plans for future developments. The software calculates the Power Spectral Density of vibration due to a moving train on floating-slab track with track irregularity described by typical values of spectra for tracks with good, average and bad conditions. The latest version accounts for a tunnel embedded in a half space by employing a toolbox developed at K.U. Leuven which calculates Green's functions for a multi-layered half-space. © 2009 IOP Publishing Ltd.
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