Rail Industry

Railways are seen as a low-cost alternative to air and road travel, and in several countries, a main mode of transportation. It offers a cost-efficient way to move goods in large quantities. While long haul rail systems come to mind when we think of railways, some urban rail transit, rapid transit, and light rail systems are isolated from these national systems. Isolated systems can also be found in airports, mines, mountains, and tourist attractions. While the trains may be powered by any of numerous energy sources, diesel and electricity are the most common sources of energy used.

 

Modernization of railway systems also places an increased focus on comfort, in addition to safety and reliability. Design requirements vary considerably based on the use of the vehicle, e.g. indoors vs. outdoors, freight vs. passenger, number of rails, a maximum speed of the train and so on. RKSTS offers a complete set of solutions to address the complex and problems faced by the railway industry. 

 

Many types of rail simulations:

  • Design Optimization

  • HVAC ( for comfort)

  • Acoustics

  • Structural analysis

  • Thermal analysis

  • Energy absorber system design