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When You Need To Super-Elevate Track For Trains Moving Through A Curve At Speed - Model Train Help Blog
Super-elevation on real railroads is when the outer rail of the track is elevated so as to compensate the centrifugal forces that happen when a train passes through a curve at speed. Sound complicated? Let me explain it another way. Super elevation is basically the difference in elevation (height) between the two edges of railway …