著者
西野 保行 小西 純一 淵上 龍雄
出版者
Japan Society of Civil Engineers
雑誌
日本土木史研究発表会論文集 (ISSN:09134107)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.3, pp.126-135, 1983-06-24 (Released:2010-06-15)
参考文献数
8

Development of Railway rail used in Japan (1872-1930's) is traced by verifying the rolled mark and the cross-section of individual rails remaining in various forms and in various places. In this 2nd report, rails used by railways other than the national railways are described: rails of private railways, tram rails, light rails, imported used rails and others. Most of these were imported from overseas until 1920's: from U.S.A., U. K., Germany, Belgium and other countries. As for cross-sectional design, the American practice had been widely accepted until the Japanese original sections 40N, 50N and 50T were proposed and adopted as the standard in 1961.

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