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    Railway Engineering Science (RES)

    Railway Engineering Science (RES) is an international, peer-reviewed, and free open-access journal which is edited by Academician Zhai Wanming, the Chief Editor, together with 33 internationally renowned scholars in the field of rail transit, focusing on basic engineering science and emerging technologies of rail transit and covering the frontier technologies of rail transit in areas like high speed railways, heavy haul railways, urban rail transit, maglev systems, and vacuum pipeline transportation. The main goal of the journal is to maintain high quality of publications, serving as a medium for railway academia and industry to exchange new ideas and share the latest achievements in scientific research, technical innovation and industrial development in railway science and engineering. The topics include but are not limited to


    l Design theory and construction technology

    l System dynamics and safety

    l Electrification, signaling and communication

    l Operation and maintenance

    l System health monitoring and reliability

    l Environmental impact and sustainability

    l Cutting-edge technologies


    The publication costs for Railway Engineering Science are fully covered by Southwest Jiaotong University so authors do not need to pay any article-processing charges.


    At present, RES has been included in well-known databases such as ESCI and Scopus and uploaded to the Web of Science. In the near future, the editorial board of RES will continue to pay close attention to excellent original researches and assist the University's "Double First-Class" pursuit, striving for the development of the rail transit discipline and the exertion of its international influence.


    Editors


    Editor-in-Chief:


    Prof. Wanming Zhai

    Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China

    Academician, Chinese Academy of Sciences


    Associate Editors:


    Prof. David J. Thompson

    University of Southampton, Southampton, UK


    Prof. Sebastian Stichel

    Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden


    Prof. Maksym Spiryagin

    Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Australia


    Dr. Georges Kouroussis

    Université de Mons, Mons, Belgium


    Editorial Board Members:


    Prof. Mehdi Ahmadian

    Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, USA


    Dr. Pablo Arboleya

    University of Oviedo, Gijon- Asturias, Spain


    Prof. Xuecheng Bian

    Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China


    Prof. Stefano Bruni

    Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy


    Dr. Hua Chen

    Railway Technical Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan


    Dr. David P. Connolly

    The University of Leeds, Leeds, UK


    Prof. Geert Degrande

    KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium


    Prof. António Gomes Correia

    University of Minho, Braga, Portugal


    Prof. Zhengyou He

    Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China


    Dr. Wei Huang

    National Research Council Canada, Ottawa, Canada


    Prof. Buddhima Indraratna

    University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Sydney, Australia


    Prof. Simon Iwnicki

    University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK


    Dr. Sakdirat Kaewunruen

    The University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK


    Prof. Raid Karoumi

    Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden


    Prof. Zili Li

    Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands


    Dr. Enrico Meli

    University of Florence, Florence, Italy


    Prof. Jens Nielsen

    Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden


    Prof. Oldrich Polach

    Independent Railway Consultant, Neuhausen am Rhf., Switzerland


    Prof. Pol D Spanos

    Rice University, Houston, USA


    Prof. Billie F. Spencer

    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, USA


    Dr. Mykola Sysyn

    Technical University of Dresden, Dresden, Germany


    Prof. Hans True

    Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark


    Prof. Erol Tutumluer

    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, USA


    Prof. Zefeng Wen

    Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China


    Dr. Qing Wu

    Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Australia


    Prof. Nan Zhang

    Beijing Jiaotong University, Beijing, China


    Prof. Shunhua Zhou

    Tongji University, Shanghai, China


    Prof. Zhihui Zhu

    Central South University, Changsha, China


    Managing Editor:


    Prof. Chunsheng Guo

    Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China


    Scientific Editors:


    Junsi Lan

    Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China


    Yao Zhou

    Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China


    Letter from the editor-in-chief

    I am delighted to announce the launch of Railway Engineering Science, an international, peer-reviewed and free open-access journal which is renamed from Journal of Modern Transportation but focused on a narrower scope, publishing original research articles and comprehensive reviews related to fundamental engineering science and emerging technologies in various rail transit systems.

    Rail transit is traditional while still fascinatingly new. It came into being around two centuries ago, while glowing with a new look in recent decades and still exciting in future. For example, China has built the world’s largest high-speed railway (HSR) network of over 35,000 km, more than two-thirds of the world’s total HSR mileage, by the end of 2019. More new lines are also planned and under construction. I am excited about the progress made by China that HSR network connects more than 550 cities and serves billions of people each year.

    The world HSR network is still growing at a fast pace. Predictably, more and more issues will emerge and then be solved by interdisciplinary cooperation. My chief motivation of launching this journal was and will always be to provide the worldwide railway community with the most effective and powerful medium to publish high-quality open-access research articles, to promote academic exchanges in railway engineering science and boost the scientific and technological development. We hope Railway Engineering Science will become the primary platform for researchers to share new findings in all aspects of rail transit. We hope it provides an important forum to address critical issues in the field, exchange new ideas and disseminate the latest developments in scientific research, industrial development and regulatory issues focusing on railway engineering and science. We hope it plays a valuable role in accumulating scientific data and promoting science-based industrial development for various advanced rail transit systems, such as high-speed railway, heavy-haul railway, urban rail transit, maglev system and hyperloop transportation.

    Here I would like to express my thanks to our contributors and our editorial board members for their great support to the journal. I would also like to thank the sponsorship of Southwest Jiaotong University, fully covering the open-access fee, so that authors need not to pay any fees for their publications and articles are free for everyone worldwide to read and download.

    Finally, I cordially welcome all readers and researchers to submit your high-quality papers and contribute your work to this journal. I am also keen to hear your constructive ideas and suggestions for helping the growth of this new born but promising scientific journal.







    International Journal of Rail Transportation (IJRT)

    The   unprecedented modernization and expansion of rail transportation system will   require substantial new efforts in scientific research for field-deployable   technologies. The International Journal of Rail Transportation (IJRT) aims to   provide an open forum for scientists, researchers, and engineers in the world   to promote the exchange of the latest scientific and technological   innovations in rail transportation; and to advance the state-of-the-art   engineering and practices for various types of rail based transportation   systems.


    IJRT   covers all main areas of rail vehicle, infrastructure, traction power,   operation, communication, and environment. The journal publishes original,   significant articles on topics in dynamics and mechanics of rail vehicle, track,   and bridge system; planning and design, construction, operation, inspection,   and maintenance of rail infrastructure; train operation, control, scheduling   and management; rail electrification; signalling and communication; and   environmental impacts such as vibration and noise.


    The   editorial policy of the new journal will abide by the highest level of   standards in research rigor, ethics, and academic freedom. All published   articles in IJRT have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor   screening and anonymous refereeing by independent experts.  There are no page charges and colour   figures are included in the online edition free of charge.


    Editorial board


    Editors-in-Chief


    Wanming   Zhai

    Southwest   Jiaotong University, China


    Kelvin   C. P. Wang

    Oklahoma   State University, USA


    Associate Editors


    Mats   Berg

    Royal   Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden


    Christopher   P. L. Barkan

    University   of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA  



    Consulting Editors


    Hans   True

    Technical   University of Denmark, Denmark


    Zhiyun   Shen

    Southwest   Jiaotong University, China


    Donald   R. Uzarski

    University   of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA


    Guotang   Zhao

    China   Railway Corporation, China  


    Editorial Board


    Stefano   Bruni

    Politecnico   di Milano, Italy


    Hua   Chen

    Railway   Technical Research Institute, Japan


    David   B. Clarke

    The   University of Tennessee, USA


    Colin   Cole

    Central   Queensland University, Australia


    David   P. Connolly

    Heriot-Watt   University, UK



    Guido   De Roeck

    Catholic   University of Leuven, Belgium


    Robert   Fröhling

    Transnet   Freight Rail, South Africa


    Jose   M. Goicolea

    Technical   University of Madrid, Spain


    Stuart   L. Grassie

    Rail   Measurement Ltd, UK


    Jin   Guo

    Southwest   Jiaotong University, China  


    Buddhima   Indraratna

    University   of Wollongong, Australia


    Georges   Kouroussis

    Université   de Mons, Belgium


    Xiaoyan   Lei

    East   China Jiaotong University, China


    Zili   Li

    Delft   University of Technology, The Netherlands


    Bernhard   Lichtberger

    Plasser   & Theurer, Austria


    Jens   C. O. Nielsen

    Chalmers   University of Technology, Sweden


    Clive   Roberts

    University   of Birmingham, UK


    Anton   Stribersky

    Siemens   AG Österreich, Austria


    Yoshihiro   Suda

    The   University of Tokyo, Japan


    David   J. Thompson

    University   of Southampton, UK


    Norio   Tomii

    Chiba   Institute of Technology, Japan


    Erol   Tutumluer

    University   of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA


    Jordi   Viñolas

    Universdad   Nebrija , Spain


    Huimin   Wu

    Transportation   Technology Center, INC., AAR, USA


    He   Xia

    Beijing   Jiaotong University, China


    Shunhua   Zhou

    Tongji   University, China