Rail transportation/Rail infrastructure
A total of 28 items listed.
Thinking about the revolutions
Michael Kenward OBE
Professor Neville Jackson FREng joined Ricardo when he completed university. For more than three decades, he has helped the company to stay at the cutting-edge of engineering technologies.
What makes an exciting roller coaster?
Sarah Griffiths talked to engineers, designers and enthusiasts about the elements that all roller coasters share and what makes some rides scarier than others.
A lot more than lubrication
Professor Ian Hutchings FREng
Professor Ian Hutchings FREng, GKN Professor of Manufacturing Engineering at the University of Cambridge, highlights the progress and some failures of the important discipline of tribology.
High speed evolution
Keith Fender, Europe Editor at Modern Railways magazine asked Martin Steuger, Siemens Eurostar Project Director, and Nigel Broughton, Siemens Eurostar Project Manager, to explain how these trains have evolved.
Crossrail: tunnelling on an epic scale
Terry Morgan FREng, Andrew Wolstenholme OBE FREng, Chris Dulake
Crossrail engineers are constructing 70m of tunnels each week with specially designed tunnel boring machines, while ensuring Underground lines and the city above remain undisturbed
Keeping track of energy
From water-powered cooling systems to regenerative braking, London Underground’s engineers aim to keep London moving comfortably and efficiently
Straddling the Thames
How engineers have widened and rebuilt Blackfriars railway bridge to withstand barge strikes, accommodate increased Thameslink traffic, and house London’s largest solar array
Restoration of the Forth Bridge
Epoxy-based paint and encapsulated scaffolding were two of the components behind the successful restoration of the Clydeside bridge
High Speed 1
Mike Glover FREng
Project managing the Channel Tunnel Rail Link, the UK’s first high speed railway
John Armitt CBE FREng
John Armitt tells Michael Kenward OBE of his love for the great outdoors and how it complements his life as Chief Executive of Network Rail plc.
Responses to ‘Safety and Performance’ and the flooding of New Orleans
Why Rails Crack?
Andy Doherty, Steve Clark, Robert Care and Mark Dembosky
The Hatfield train crash in 2000 provided the incentive to investigate the phenomenon of rail cracking on the UK rail network