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Abstract (English):
Drawbacks in existing methods for rail grinding are analyzed. The innovation technologies for rail tread machining allowing the increase of rail life and rail machining capacity are shown. There are presented basic parameters and indices of the considered working methods taking into account a speed of a rail-working train.

rail working innovation technology, needle milling, abrasion

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