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IEC specifications Detector for High Speed Rail

IEC specifications Detector for High Speed Rail

BrakeView-Disc machine vision system operates on passing trains at mainline operational speeds and uses a high-speed digital imaging system to acquire images of every brake disc for inspection and measurement. The system is fully automated and can operate in extreme conditions—indoors and out.

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  • Global product and software solutions for the rail

    HSR (High Speed Rail) Bearing type Package, and Axle Box and Passenger Environment Rail hardware equipment suitable for arctic, tropical and desert environment Rail hardware IP65 or greater. Database FleetONE supports multiple users/different user privileges able to be applied General DC/AC power compatible, TCP/IP data

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  • High-Speed Rail Safety

    In March 2013, the California High Speed Rail Authority petitioned the CPUC to create regulations governing safety standards for the use of 25 kilovolt (kV) electric lines to power high-speed trains.The CPUC opened a proceeding (R13-03-009) to establish uniform safety requirements governing the design, construction, operation, and maintenance

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  • California Department of Transportation - High Speed

    California Department of Transportation Specification 5-102 Rolling Stock Procurement Branch Fabricated Truck and Ride Quality Rev. A Page 4 of 34 1.0 Fabricated Truck Performance 1.1 Regulations, Standards, Specifications and Drawings All regulations, standards, specifications, and drawings, which pertain to this chapter, are listed below.

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  • 5. Station concepts and layouts

    High Speed Rail Phase 2 / 241 Station concepts and layouts 5.1 Introduction The preferred HSR system has 20 stations: • Four city centre stations – one each in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne. • Four city peripheral stations – one in Brisbane, two in Sydney and one in Melbourne. • A regional terminal station at Gold Coast

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  • HS2 Technical Specification - Hints Village

    the Technical Specifications for Interoperability (TSIs). Interoperability is the ability of different systems to work together irrespective of national borders • These have been developed from all the existing European experience of high speed • As a result we can specify standard high speed rail

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  • Design of Railway Track for Speed and High-speed

    Jan 01, 2014The speed and high- speed tracks have their own specified criteria of design parameters [2] and are typically designed on a new body or with certain completely redesigned sections of the original route (according to [2] - large values of radii r min = C.V max 2 /(D + I lim ), where C = 11.8 mm.m.h 2 /km 2 , cant D = 160 mm, possibly limit of D

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  • Trimble Rail

    BrakeView-Disc machine vision system operates on passing trains at mainline operational speeds and uses a high-speed digital imaging system to acquire images of every brake disc for inspection and measurement. The system is fully automated and can operate in extreme conditions—indoors and out.

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  • China releases design specifications for high-speed railway

    Dec 22, 2014BEIJING — The National Railway Administration (NRA) on Dec 22 officially unveiled the country’s first design specification standards for high-speed rail links. “These specifications are fundamental and important technical requirements,” said the NRA in a statement. The administration laid down standards for nearly 20 fields involved in

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  • The perpetual growth of high-speed rail development

    Nov 03, 2020Japan had long been the only high-speed network worldwide, before Europe started operating high-speed rail in 1981 (Paris–Lyons line). In 2008, the world’s high-speed rail network was approximately 11,000km long, mainly thanks to China starting to construct its own network and, therefore, strongly boosting it.

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  • Field testing and analysis of high speed rail vibrations

    Dec 01, 20141. Introduction. The rapid uptake of high speed rail has been in-part due to its superior economic, social and environmental benefits in comparison to other modes of transport. On-going research into aerodynamics, construction materials and motor technology has allowed for the development of lightweight trains capable of reaching increasingly higher speeds.

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  • Technical Specifications for Interoperability | ERA

    Commission Decision 2008/284/EC of 6 March 2008 concerning a technical specification for interoperability relating to the energy sub-system of the trans-European high-speed rail system Commission Decision 2011/274/EU of 26 April 2011 concerning a technical specification for interoperability relating to the ‘energy’ subsystem of the trans

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  • Railgun - Wikipedia

    A railgun is a linear motor device, typically designed as a weapon, that uses electromagnetic force to launch high velocity projectiles. The projectile normally does not contain explosives, instead relying on the projectiles high speed, mass, and kinetic energy to inflict damage. The railgun uses a pair of parallel conductors (rails), along which a sliding armature is accelerated by the

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  • RAILWAY CABLES

    industry where high-speed digital signals relay critical information on train position, speed and other requirements. APPLICATION Train Control Cables are designed to work with high-speed rail networks. This product family is suitable for in-tunnel applications where reliability and

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