The Research on Force-Magnetic Effect of Wheelset of High-Speed Train Based on Metal Magnetic Memory Method

  • Zhenfa BiEmail author
  • Le Kong
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 528)


High-speed railway in the world is developing towards the direction of high-speed and heavy load. The safety of train is an important part of the research of high-speed train. The online detection based metal magnetic memory method is proposed to meet the safety requirement. In order to detect the characteristics of the magnetic memory signal of the wheelset or axle in real-time, the research on the force-magnetic effect of the wheelset or axle material is necessary. This paper takes 25CrMo4 as an example to analyze the relationship between the force and the magnetic. The experimental results show that the magnetic memory signal has a tendency to become smaller with the increase of the load on the experimental specimens.


Force-magnetic effect 25CrMo4 Quasi-static tensile Metal magnetic memory method 



The research work has been financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (51405303), the City University Youth Teacher Training Fund (ZZyy15110) and the Shanghai University of Applied Technology Talent Fund (YJ2014-17).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Railway TransportationShanghai Institute of TechnologyShanghaiChina

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