Exchange of experience on micro-pressure waves and tunnel aerodynamics of railway

Overview

Date: 18th July, 2017
Venue: Railway Technical Research Institute
Application: Online registration has been closed.

Program

10:30 Registration

11:00 Opening Address

Dr. Kiyoshi Nagakura
RTRI, Director of Environmental Engineering Division

11:10 - 12:00 Workshop 1 - Key Speech

Research on instationary train aerodynamics using the Tunnel-Simulation Facility Göttingen

Dr. Daniela Heine
DLR, Head of vehicle aerodynamics and acoustics

12:00 - 13:30 Lunch

13:30 - 15:30 Workshop 2 - Presentations

Collaborative research between DBST and RTRI on MPW

Dr. Masanobu Iida
RTRI, Principal Researcher

Micro-pressure wave effects at Deutsche Bahn AG: Challenges, measures and regulation

Dr. Thorsten Tielkes
DBST, Head of aerodynamics and air conditioning

Investigation of the influence of the cross-sectional area of tunnel entrance hood

Dr. Sanetoshi Saito
RTRI, Head of heat and air flow analysis

Application of RTRI’s simulation tools to German tunnels

Dr. Tokuzo Miyachi
RTRI, Heat and air flow analysis

Micro-pressure wave effects in Germany: Prediction, assessment and measurements

Mr. Michael Hieke
DBST, Aerodynamics and air conditioning

Finding new directions of mathematical research on MPW

Prof. Takashi Sakajo
Kyoto University

A study on turbulent transition of unsteady boundary layer induced by weak-compression wave

Prof. Takakage Arai
Osaka Prefecture University

15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break

16:00 - 16:40 Workshop 3 - Round Table

What can we do for MPW in the future?

Moderator: Dr. Kiyoshi Nagakura

16:40 - 16:45 Closing Address

Dr. Kiyoshi Nagakura
RTRI, Director of Environmental Engineering Division

17:20 - 19:30 Welcome Reception

RTRI Cafeteria


Chair: Dr. Kiyoshi Nagakura
RTRI, Director of Environmental Engineering Division

PAGE TOP