His primary areas of investigation include Structural engineering, Track, Contact force, Materials science and Simulation. The various areas that Jens C. O. Nielsen examines in his Structural engineering study include Ballast and Tangent. His studies in Ballast integrate themes in fields like Vibration and Forensic engineering.
His research integrates issues of Automotive engineering, Transient and Differential equation in his study of Track. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Rail wear and Radius. His Simulation research incorporates elements of Mechanics and Finite element method.
Jens C. O. Nielsen focuses on Structural engineering, Track, Contact force, Stiffness and Finite element method. His study on Axle is often connected to Materials science as part of broader study in Structural engineering. Jens C. O. Nielsen combines subjects such as Vehicle dynamics, Surface finish, Transient and Noise with his study of Track.
His studies deal with areas such as Mechanics and Grinding as well as Surface finish. His study looks at the relationship between Stiffness and fields such as Bending moment, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His study in the field of Contact mechanics also crosses realms of Contact patch and Latin hypercube sampling.
His main research concerns Structural engineering, Track, Finite element method, Stiffness and Time domain. Among his Structural engineering studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Contact force and Materials science. His Track study combines topics in areas such as Vehicle engineering, Numerical analysis, Ballast and Vibration.
While the research belongs to areas of Finite element method, Jens C. O. Nielsen spends his time largely on the problem of Reduction, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Elasto plastic and Contact mechanics. His Stiffness research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Settlement and Track geometry. His Bending study incorporates themes from Tangent and Strain gauge.
Jens C. O. Nielsen mainly focuses on Structural engineering, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Gene, Track and Stiffness. His study in Structural engineering focuses on Finite element method in particular. The Saccharomyces cerevisiae study combines topics in areas such as Promoter, Gene expression, Cap analysis gene expression, Gene expression profiling and Transcription.
His Track study combines topics in areas such as Time domain, Trajectory and Noise. His studies in Stiffness integrate themes in fields like Settlement, Slab, Subgrade, Excitation and Track geometry. His study in Subgrade is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Joint, Geometry and Ballast.
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VERTICAL DYNAMIC INTERACTION BETWEEN TRAIN AND TRACK INFLUENCE OF WHEEL AND TRACK IMPERFECTIONS
J.C.O. Nielsen;A. Igeland.
Journal of Sound and Vibration (1995)
Out-of-Round Railway Wheels - a Literature Survey
Jens C. O. Nielsen;Anders Johansson.
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part F: Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit (2000)
Out-of-round railway wheels—wheel-rail contact forces and track response derived from field tests and numerical simulations:
Anders Johansson;Jens C. O. Nielsen.
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part F: Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit (2003)
Simulation of dynamic interaction between train and railway turnout
Elias Kassa;Clas Andersson;Jens C.O. Nielsen.
Vehicle System Dynamics (2006)
Train-Track Interaction and Mechanisms of Irregular Wear on Wheel and Rail Surfaces
Jens C.O. Nielsen;Roger Lundén;Anders Johansson;Tore Vernersson.
Vehicle System Dynamics (2003)
Assessment of methods for calculating contact pressure in wheel-rail/switch contact
Martina Wiest;Elias Kassa;Werner Daves;Jens C. O. Nielsen.
Dynamic interaction between train and railway turnout – full-scale field test and validation of simulation models
Elias Kassa;Jens C.O. Nielsen.
Vehicle System Dynamics (2008)
Simulation of wheel-rail contact and damage in switches & crossings
Anders Johansson;Björn Pålsson;Magnus Ekh;Jens C.O. Nielsen.
High-frequency vertical wheel-rail contact forces-Validation of a prediction model by field testing
Jens C.O. Nielsen.
Rail corrugation in The Netherlands—measurements and simulations
Martin Hiensch;Jens C.O. Nielsen;Edwin Verheijen.
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