STUDY OF FORCE EFFECTS ON SELECTED MATERIALS USED IN CARGO TO VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEMS FOR RAIL TRANSPORT. VOLUME 4. STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF NAIL COATING
A number of laboratory tests were conducted in the past four years to establish physical criteria for and characteristics of cargo restaint systems. Those tests indicated that nail coating is effective only for high-carbon-steel (AISI 1040), cement-coated nails used in oak wood. The effectiveness is shown by a significant increase in the lateral resistance of a wood-nail assembly to dynamic forces. This report presents results of further tests, which sought to explain some of the results of the previous laboratory tests.
- See also Volume 1, RRIS 22 186235; Bulletin 7902.
Military Traffic Management CommandTransportation Engineering Agency
Newport News, VA United States 23606
- Jackson, E
- Kenna, J
- Publication Date: 1977-5
- Pagination: 41 p.
- TRT Terms: Assemblies (Equipment); Carbon steel; Cargo handling; Cement; Coatings; Dynamic loads; Fastenings; Freight cars; Laboratory tests; Loading and unloading; Nails; Restraint systems; Wood
- Uncontrolled Terms: Assembly; Restraint
- Old TRIS Terms: Dunnage; Freight car loading; Lading protection; Nails fasteners
- Subject Areas: Freight Transportation; Railroads; Safety and Human Factors;
- Accession Number: 00186335
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: MTMC-TR-73-14-4, SARAC-DEV-4-73-6
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Feb 27 1979 12:00AM