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Velocity contours at three locations within a tunnel show how the longitudinal velocity changes in the tunnel as a train passes through it. The plane cuts represent the position of jet fans where fluctuating velocities have been monitored.
  
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Application: Ventilating Giant Railway Tunnels
Posted Fri January 04, 2008 @08:17PM
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Application By Josť Carlos Arroyo and Pedro Luis Ruiz,
INECO-TIFSA, Madrid, Spain; and
Yannick Ducret and Roberto Garcia,
ANSYS, Inc.

Sunny beaches filled with sunbathers may be the first thing that comes to mind when imagining Spain. However, the reality of its geography is a lot more variable. In fact, the Iberian Peninsula sports many mountain ranges that largely hinder the development of complicated infrastructure, such as the high-speed rail network that is planned to connect Spanish urban areas.

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