TU Graz is using acoustic waves to detect track failures

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Graz University of Technology wants to use acoustic waves to detect track failures and worn components. In many countries, distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) is already being used to identify the location of trains. Ivan Vidovic is Research Associate at the Institute of Railway Engineering and Transport Economy at Graz University of Technology in Austria, and is working on a project to realise this goal.

Period12 Sep 2018

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  • TitleTU Graz is using acoustic waves to detect track failures
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletRailtech.com
    CountryNetherlands
    Date12/09/18
    DescriptionGraz University of Technology wants to use acoustic waves to detect track failures and worn components. In many countries, distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) is already being used to identify the location of trains. Ivan Vidovic is Research Associate at the Institute of Railway Engineering and Transport Economy at Graz University of Technology in Austria, and is working on a project to realise this goal.
    Producer/AuthorCarlijn Kruidhof
    URLhttps://www.railtech.com/digitalisation/2018/09/12/tu-gratz-is-using-acoustic-waves-to-detect-track-failures/
    PersonsIvan Vidovic

Keywords

  • Distributed Acoustic Sensing
  • Railway Infrastructure
  • Asset Management