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Railway Signalling and Interlocking, 3. Auflage

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Railway Signalling and Interlocking, 3. Auflage (2019), PMC Media House, Bingen a. Rhein, ISBN: 9783962452087

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  • Railway Signalling and Interlocking
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • 1 Introduction
  • 1.1 Historical Abstract
  • 1.2 Scope of this Book
  • 1.3 Characteristics of Railway Systems
  • 1.4 Safety of Rail Traffic
  • 1.5 Definitions
  • 1.6 Protective Functions
  • 1.7 The Control Loop
  • 1.8 Attempts for Unification of Signalling
  • 2 Safety in Signalling Systems
  • 2.1 Overview of Regulations and Standards of Safety and IT Security
  • 2.2 Safety Basics
  • 2.3 Railway Operation/Safety Referring to EN 50129
  • 2.4 Security Principles in Railway Operation/Security
  • 3 Railway Operation Processes
  • 3.1 Historical Background
  • 3.2 Classification of Tracks, Stations and Signals
  • 3.3 Movements with Railway Vehicles
  • 3.4 Principles of Train Separation
  • 3.5 Dispatching Principles
  • 3.6 Special Operating Situations
  • 4 Interlocking Principles
  • 4.1 Overview
  • 4.2 Element Dependences
  • 4.3 Routes
  • 4.4 Block Dependences
  • 4.5 Degraded Mode Operation
  • 5 Detection
  • 5.1 Requirements and Methods of Detection
  • 5.2 Technical Means of Detection
  • 5.3 Track Circuits
  • 5.4 Axle Counters
  • 5.5 Comparison of Track Circuits and Axle Counters
  • 6 Movable Track Elements
  • 6.1 Types of Movable Track Elements and their Geometry
  • 6.2 Safety Requirements at Movable Track Elements
  • 6.3 Track Clear Detection at Points and Crossings
  • 6.4 Point Machines
  • 6.5 Point Locking Mechanisms
  • 6.6 Circuitry of Point Operation and Control in Relay Technology
  • 6.7 Point Diagnostics
  • 7 Signals
  • 7.1 Requirements and Basic Classification
  • 7.2 Signals with Filament Lamps
  • 7.3 LED Signals
  • 7.4 Optical Parameters
  • 7.5 Retro-reflection of Passive Signal Boards
  • 7.6 Principles of Signalling by Light Signals
  • 7.7 Redundancy and Degraded Mode Operation
  • 7.8 Signal System Examples
  • 8 Train Protection
  • 8.1 Requirements, Classification and Conditions for Application
  • 8.2 Technical Solutions for Data Transmission
  • 8.3 Particular Systems
  • 8.4 ETCS
  • 8.5 CBTC
  • 8.6 PTC
  • 9 Interlocking Machines
  • 9.1 Classification
  • 9.2 Mechanical Interlocking
  • 9.3 Relay Interlocking
  • 9.4 Electronic Interlocking
  • 9.5 Hybrid Technologies
  • 9.6 Technical Diagnostics
  • 10 Block Systems
  • 10.1 Classification
  • 10.2 Safety Overlays for Systems with the Staff Responsible for Safety
  • 10.3 Token Block
  • 10.3.1 Overview
  • 10.3.2 Electric Token Block
  • 10.4 Tokenless Manual and Semi-automatic Block
  • 10.5 Automatic Block
  • 10.6 Centralised Systems for Safety on Open Lines
  • 10.7 Moving Block Systems
  • 11 Remote Control and Operation Technology
  • 11.1 The Objectives of Remote Control and Monitoring
  • 11.2 Remote Control and Monitoring
  • 11.3 Timetable Scheduling
  • 11.4 Technical Solutions for CTC
  • 11.5 Examples for Operation Control Systems
  • 12 Safety and Control of Shunting and Marshalling
  • 12.1 Principles of Marshalling of Trains
  • 12.2 Parts of Marshalling Yards and their Function
  • 12.3 Control of Marshalling Yards
  • 13 Level Crossings
  • 13.1 Requirements and Basic Classification
  • 13.2 Static Roadside Signs
  • 13.3 Passive Level Crossings
  • 13.4 Active Level Crossings
  • 13.5 Removal of Level Crossings
  • 14 Hazard Alert Systems
  • 14.1 Hazard in Railway Systems
  • 14.2 Solutions for Hazard Detection
  • 14.3 Aspects of Application
  • 15 Future of Signalling
  • 15.1 Today’s Situation
  • 15.2 Decentralised Interlocking
  • 15.3 Signals
  • 15.4 Track Clear Detection Substituted by Train Integrity
  • 15.5 Maintenance
  • 15.6 New Concept of Safeguarding Vehicle Movements
  • 15.7 Security
  • References
  • Glossary
  • Explanation of Symbols in Track Layout Schemes
  • The Authors
  • Index
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