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Research Article

Fatigue Damage Estimation in Existing Railway Steel Bridges by Detailed Loading History Analysis

Table 1

Traffic type for the historical train (1900–1990).

PeriodTrain/dayTypeUIC ref.Train type [%]Train/day for type

1900–190834,3Tot.
17,2PassengerA03100%17,2
17,2FreightA04100%17,2

1909–192347,2Tot.
23,6PassengerA0560%14,1
A0640%9,4
23,6FreightA07100%23,6

1924–193860,0Tot.
30,0PassengerA0860%18,0
A0940%12,0
30,0FreightA0760%18,0
A1040%12,0

1939–195355,7Tot.
27,8PassengerA1150%13,9
A1250%13,9
27,8FreightA1060%16,7
A1340%11,1

1954–196872,8Tot.
36,4PassengerA1425%9,1
A1517%6,2
A1733%12,0
A1825%9,1
36,4FreightA1640%14,6
A2060%21,9

1969–1983102,8Tot.
51,4PassengerA1428%14,4
A1836%18,5
A1936%18,5
51,4FreightA2040%20,6
A2160%30,9

1984–1990120,0Tot.
60,0PassengerS0156%33,6
S0244%26,4
60,0FreightS0337%22,2
S0437%22,2
S0513%7,8
S0613%7,8

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