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Research on Simulation Calculation of the Safety of Tight-Lock Coupler Curve Coupling
Once a train breaks down on a busy railway line, it will affect the whole traffic network. However, when a rescue locomotive is hooked up to the broken train for towing it to the next station, it is common that coupling dislocation occurs, which results in damages to couplers and the driver's cab. To ensure the safety of the trains during the coupling, it becomes crucial to determine whether they can be linked safely and automatically under different line conditions. In this paper, position anddoi:10.3390/sym13111997 fatcat:p27iyuhrgbddrhlnsnga2qxs4a