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The Russian Automobile and Highway Industry Journal, Volume 17; doi:10.26518/2071-7296-2020-17-2-262-272

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Introduction. The priority area of transport systems development is the formation of transport corridors with multimodal systems and intermodal cargo delivery technologies, ensuring the achievement of economic, social and environmental goals facing the countries. For the transport system of Russia, which claims to advance transit cargo flows through its territory, the solution to the above problems can be achieved by organization of the piggyback transportation. A necessary condition for the organization of effective piggyback transportation in domestic and international traffics is the systematization of parameters and the assessment of technical compatibility of the involved rolling-stock.Methods and models. A systems approach is used to represent piggyback transportation as a complex technical system consisting of road vehicles, domestic and foreign railway rolling-stock interacting in intermodal terminals. The ER-model is used to describe the conceptual scheme of the piggyback system.Results. The parameters of the road and railway rolling-stock are justified and systematized, their mutual influence is determined at the level of compatibility of their technical and operational parameters in the organization of domestic and international piggyback transportation. Systematization, structuring, storing and updating of rollingstock parameters are carried out using the database «Determining the rolling-stock basic parameters of piggyback delivery systems» developed in Microsoft Access.Conclusion. The developed system of parameters allows to assess technical compatibility of road and railway rolling-stock of the countries participating in piggyback transportation, and can also be used for unification of intermodal transport units and harmonization of the overall weight restrictions on the road and railway networks.Financial transparency: the authors have no financial interest in the presented materials or methods. There is no conflict of interest.
, , Aleksander Sładkowski, Natalja Dyorina
Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems pp 311-380; doi:10.1007/978-3-030-42323-0_6

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, N A Osintsev
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Volume 709; doi:10.1088/1757-899x/709/3/033010

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The growth of the external trade between countries makes it necessary to modernize the transport system and realize intermodal technologies that provide effective cargo delivery. Analysis of using piggyback transportation abroad and in Russia is done in this article. Parameters system of rolling-stock in piggyback transportation is proposed. Using the proposed system will enable the compatibility assessment of vehicles that are used in shipment organization. And it will help to choose the most appropriate option of shipment using piggyback transportation.
Published: 18 November 2019
MATEC Web of Conferences, Volume 298; doi:10.1051/matecconf/201929800109

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The impact of rail transportation on road vehicles that are placed in flatcars is considered in the article. The features of piggyback transportation and the dynamic forces acting on road vehicles in railway rolling stock are determined. The change dependences of the values of dynamic forces for different masses of road vehicles in the longitudinal and transverse directions are established. It is concluded that road vehicles that are used in regular piggyback transportation will experience significant dynamic loads of structural elements, which requires monitoring of their technical condition. Consequently, the infrastructure of piggyback terminals that load and unload road vehicles onto railway rolling stock should include the availability of automobile service facilities.
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