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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Volume 26, Number 10, October 2003

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Editorial
pp. 861-861(1)

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Rail defects: an overview
pp. 865-886(22)
Authors: CANNON, D. F.; EDEL, K.-O.; GRASSIE, S. L.; SAWLEY, K.

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Simulation of wheel–rail contact forces
pp. 887-900(14)
Author: IWNICKI, S.

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The wheel–rail interface—some recent accidents
pp. 901-907(7)
Author: SMITH, R. A.

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The blending of theory and practice in modern rail grinding
pp. 921-929(9)
Authors: MAGEL, E.; RONEY, M.; KALOUSEK, J.; SROBA, P.

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Rail integrity management by means of ultrasonic testing
pp. 931-938(8)
Authors: MARAIS, J. J.; MISTRY, K. C.

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Rolling contact in railways: modelling, simulation and damage prediction
pp. 939-948(10)
Authors: VAN, K. DANG; MAITOURNAM, M. H.

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Ratcheting and fatigue-led wear in rail–wheel contact
pp. 949-955(7)
Authors: FRANKLIN, F. J.; CHUNG, T.; KAPOOR, A.

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Image analysis to reveal crack development using a computer simulation of wear and rolling contact fatigue
pp. 957-967(11)
Authors: FLETCHER, D. I.; FRANKLIN, F. J.; KAPOOR, A.

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On propagation of short rolling contact fatigue cracks
pp. 969-983(15)
Authors: RINGSBERG, J. W.; BERGKVIST, A.

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Shakedown limit of rail surfaces including material hardening and thermal stresses
pp. 985-998(14)
Authors: BÖHMER, A.; ERTZ, M.; KNOTHE, K.

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On the temperature in the wheel–rail rolling contact *
pp. 999-1006(8)
Authors: FISCHER, F. D.; DAVES, W.; WERNER, E. A.

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Prevention of RCF damage in curved track through development of the INFRA-STAR two-material rail
pp. 1007-1017(11)
Authors: HIENSCH, E. J. M.; FRANKLIN, F. J.; NIELSEN, J. C. O.; RINGSBERG, J. W.; WEEDA, G. J.; KAPOOR, A.; JOSEFSON, B. L.

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