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Of eyewitness accounts and scientific explanations Bibel draws us into a world of forensics and human drama Train Wreck is a fascinating exploration of• runaway trains• bearing failures• metal fatigue• crash testing • collision dynamics• bad rail Mating Flight eyewitness accounts and scientific Road-map to the Indians Treasure explanations Bibel draws us into a world of forensics and human drama Train Wreck is a fascinating Green dog trumpet and other stories exploration of• runaway trains• bearing failures• metal fatigue• crash testing • collision dynamics• bad rail

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E safety improvements that were born of tragedy Train Wreck details 17 crashes in which than 200 people were killed Readers follow investigators as they sift through the rubble and work with computerized event recorders to figure out what happened Using a mix

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Trains are massive with some weighing 15000 tons or When these metal monsters collide or go off the rails their destructive power becomes clear In this book George Bibel presents riveting tales of trains gone wrong the detective work of finding out why and th


3 thoughts on “Train Wreck

  1. says:

    First off a clarification There’s no relation between this book and the Amy Schumer movie this book is about actual train wrecks Didn’t want to get anyone’s hopes up unnecessarily 😊Trains are a very important part of America’s transportation network; millions of pounds of freight and thousands of passengers travel by rail every year and the vast majority of trains travel without incident But accidents happen and this

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    This is a clever readable often compelling but thorough book about railroading viewed through accidents through what can go terribly wrong Mr Bibel introduces us to the technologies historic and current in railroads pneumatic brake systems dynamic braking systems central and positive train controls interlocking towers axle bearings rails and ties and Though focused on US and Canadian railroads he does touch on railroad accidents

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    35I picked this up after hearing the author speak at a local engineering as in aeronautic astronautic association meeting because my library didn't have his plane crash book So even though my dad was an engineer as in railroad for years I actually started reading this on a bit of a whim ie I'm not a railroad buff but I know people who are I do like a good science book after all and this book has a moderately delightful a

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