The specialists of the company-developer of string technologies conduct dozens of tests every month, the purpose of which is to constantly improve passenger urban, intercity, high-speed, as well as freight transport complexes. Along with the work on the main commercial projects, the engineers of Unitsky String Technologies, Inc. are actively searching for optimization options for additional competitive advantages and protection from possible plagiarism. This is described in the article, which appeared on the developer's website:
“The results are satisfactory”: the company has tested a completely new composite material
Vyacheslav Babushkin, the head of Transport Overpass Design Office, spoke about the essence, meaning, goals and results of the experiment: often the material manufacturer does not provide complete information about all the properties necessary for the design, but only the basic one. Therefore, for an unambiguous understanding of the possibility of using the material as part of track structures and guaranteed long-term operation of parts from this material, the technology developer independently conducts tests to determine the necessary parameters.
Now, GRP-epoxy is considered as a material for load-bearing electrical insulators, as well as several other elements in the search for optimal solutions in the developed string-rail track structures of a new generation, to which special requirements are imposed on strength characteristics, electrical resistance and durability.
It is a composite material consisting of reinforcing fibers and a filler binder, which means its heterogeneous structure and properties in different directions. The company's specialists plan to use this composite primarily for the manufacture of insulators for power strips, which are installed with a certain step along the track. This is an important detail that performs more than one function: the insulator is part of the strip intended to provide the track throughout the structure, as well as to insulate the positive potential from negative one in the left and right rails. Optimization of this element during the construction of thousands of kilometers of string roads will significantly increase their efficiency and reduce costs, making our project more attractive to customers.
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