The RIVAS FINAL CONFERENCE
“Vibration – Ways out of the annoyance”, was held in Brussels, on 21 November 2013
Please find here more information.
Public deliverables will be available on this page along with the progress of RIVAS project. Please check regulary for the latest information.
Del. 3.3 - Results of the parameter studies and prioritization for prototype construction for slab track (May 2012)
Del. 3.2 - Results of the Parameter Studies and Prioritization for Prototype Construction for Ballasted Track (Feb 2012)
Del. 3.1 - State of the Art Review of Mitigation Measures on Track (Sept 2011)
Del. 2.9 - Validation of wheel maintenance measures on the rolling stock for reduced excitation of ground vibration (Dec 2013)
Del. 1.7 - Relevant parameters for a reference test track (Aug 2012)
Del. 1.6 - Definition of appropriate procedures to predict exposure in buildings and estimate annoyance (Aug 2012)
Del. 1.5 - Definition of reference cases typical for hot-spots in Europe with existing vibration problems (March 2012)
Del. 1.4 - Review of existing standards, regulations and guidelines, as well as laboratory and field studies concerning human exposure to vibration (Jan 2012)
Del. 1.2 Annex - Measurement protocol for parameters influencing mitigation effects (Aug 2012)
Del. 1.2 - Protocol for free field measurement of mitigation effects in the project RIVAS for WP2,3,4,5 (Oct 2011)
Del. 1.1 - Report with a description of test procedures for the determination of the dynamic soil characteristics (Dec 2011)
Article in "European Railway Review" (Volume 17, issue 6, 2011)
This article “Being a good neighbour – reducing vibrations near railway lines” gives a good overview about the European collaborative rail research project RIVAS and its background.