The Educational Railroading Conference Leader Since 1994

26th ANNUAL WHEEL RAIL INTERACTION CONFERENCE

2020 Heavy Haul Sessions Speakers

Abstracts and Biographies
Rob Lambert

Monash University, Institute of Railway Technology

Instrumented Revenue Vehicles for Heavy-haul Track Defect Monitoring and In-train Force Validation
Kyle Mulligan
Kyle Mulligan

CP Rail

Using Modern Railroad Data Analytics to Minimize Mixed Manifest Train Incident Risk
Brandon Teal
Brandon Teal

Simmons Machine Tool Corporation

Wheel Truing Technology Development and Innovation
Richard Stock
Richard Stock

LINSINGER, Austria

Rail Milling in Heavy Haul Environments
Marcus Dersch
Marcus Dersch

Marcus Dersch

Brad Kerchof
Brad Kerchof

(Retired) Norfolk Southern

Tracking the Evolution of Rail Grinding and Milling
 
 
Yan Liu

National Research Council of Canada

Monitoring and managing W/R interface forces in revenue operation of QNS&L
Paul Bladon
Paul Bladon

Wayside Inspection Devices Inc.

Investigation by VLI S.A. of Lateral Running Position of Wheelsets and the Symptomatic Damages to Wheelsets and Truck Components
Rudolf Schilder
Rudolf Schilder

Advanced Rail Track Solutions

The Role of Elasticity in Ballasted Tracks
Duane Otter
Duane Otter

Transportation Technology Center, Inc.

Simulation, Testing, and Revenue Service Evaluations of Improved Frog Designs
Leonardo Soares
Leonardo Soares

Rumo LogĂ­stica S.A.

Real Results: Reduction of Train Accidents Based on the Use of Friction Management
Brad Kerchof
Brad Kerchof

(Retired) Norfolk Southern

Adverse High Rail Profiles
Daoxing Chen
Daoxing Chen

Transportation Safety Board of Canada

Dynamic Simulation of Locomotive Derailments on Crossover Track