Mechanical vibration and shock -- Resilient mounting systems -- Part 2: Technical information to be exchanged for the application of vibration isolation associated with railway systems
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed* in 2011.
ISO 2017-2:2007 establishes requirements to ensure appropriate exchange of information regarding the application of isolation for vibrations and shocks generated by railway systems.
ISO 2017-2:2007 is applicable to the construction of new railway systems. It may also be applied to previously installed systems when the user wishes to solve a new vibration problem arising from railroad degradation, when new environmental land use planning requirements are put in place, or when new vibration-sensitive land development occurs in proximity to existing railway systems.
It applies to vibration problems encountered in a railway environment but does not address vibration problems within railway cars (carriages) themselves.
ISO 2017-2:2007 intends to give appropriate responses to questions highlighted by the producer and users (why, what, when and how to isolate mechanical systems).
Document published on: 2007-12 Edition: 1 (Monolingual) ICS: 93.100; 17.160 Status: Published Stage: 90.60 (2016-09-17) TC/SC: ISO/TC 108 Number of Pages: 11
Revises: ISO 2017:1982
No corrigenda or amendments available