Browsing by Author "Ghangale, Dhananjay"
A methodology based on sructural finite element Method-Boundary element method and acoustic boundary element method models in 2.5D for the prediction of reradiated noise in Railway-Induced Ground-Borne vibration problems Ghangale, Dhananjay; Colaço, Aires; Alves Costa, Pedro; Arcos Villamarín, Robert (2019-06-01)
Restricted access - publisher's policyThis work is focused on the analysis of noise and vibration generated in underground railway tunnels due to train traffic. Specifically, an analysis of noise and vibration generated by train passage in an underground simple ...
A methodology for the calculation of the noise radiated by the rails and the tunnel structure in railway tunnels Ghangale, Dhananjay; Colaço, Aires; Alves, Pedro; Arcos Villamarín, Robert (Sociedad Española de Acústica (SEA), 2019)
Open AccessIn this paper, a robust and fast numerical methodology to compute re-radiated noise in underground railway tunnels is proposed. In this study, the noise analysis does not account for the noise radiation from the train ...
An efficient methodology based on two-and-a-half-dimensional finite element and boundary element methods for ground-borne vibration radiated by underground railway tunnels and the re-radiated noise emitted inside them Ghangale, Dhananjay (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2019-07-19)
Open AccessThis thesis presents a methodology for assessing induced ground-borne vibration due to Underground railway infrastructures in the context of an urban environment. The methodology is based on a comprehensive numerical ...
Study of the validity of a rectangular strip track/soil coupling in railway semi-analytical prediction models Ghangale, Dhananjay; Romeu Garbí, Jordi; Arcos Villamarín, Robert; Noori, Beshshad; Clot Razquin, Arnau; Cayero Becerra, Julián Francisco (2018)
Restricted access - publisher's policySemi-analytical prediction models for railway-induced vibration problems consider a two-dimensional track coupled with a three-dimensional soil. The semi-analytical models found in the literature assume a simplified model ...