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pdf0 2013 - July - Hjort - Reducing Train Control Costs - The NSW Country Regional Network Experience

Graham Hjort BE(Hons), Grad Dip (Rail Sig)

4Tel Pty Ltd

Operation and maintenance of the Country Regional Network (CRN) was transferred to John Holland on 15 January 2012,


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pdf1 2010 - Oct - Grady - Signalling Maintenance and Operations Experiences in a Fully Automated Modern Medtro System

Norm Grady Comp IRSE, FIE (Aust)

Manager, Network Planning & Development – Metro Trains Melbourne

The purpose of this paper is to recount the author's experiences in the


Size 2.06 MB
pdf2 2015 - October - Tipper - Signalling the Layout or Signalling the Train?

Paul Tipper BSc

P.R.Tipper Pty Ltd

The conventional practice of placing signals onto a track layout to meet operational requirements often fails to achieve the aim of the


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pdf3 2010 - March - Neist - Keynote Address IRSE AGM & Technical Meeting Brisbane

Len Neist Chief Executive ITSRR

Thank you for the invitation and opportunity to present a paper at your Annual General Meeting. One of the most significant safety risks that require


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pdf4 2005 - Oct - Choo & Harris - Getting the Right Balance in Delivering an Enhanced Automatic Train Supervision Capability for the SMRT Rail Network

Choo Siew Aun Senior Manager, Signals

SMRT Trains Ltd. Singapore

Mike Harris Project Manager

Westinghouse Rail Systems Ltd. United Kingdom

Which comes


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pdf5 1987 - March - Johnston - Some Compatibility Aspects of the NIMT Electrification Project

W.B. Johnston

Engineering Manager, Hawker Siddeley Rail Projects Ltd

It is unlikely for an electrified railway system with such diverse elements as traction, power supply,


Size 412.68 KB
pdf6 1998 - Nov - Grady - Jolimont Rationalisation Project

Norm Grady

Project Manager, JRP

The Jolimont Rationalisation Project (JRP) is a multi-element project which has permanently changed the operational characteristics of the


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pdf7 1996 - July - Thornton - Australian Submarine Corporation - Logistic Support in a Commercial Environment

Jock Thornton

Australian Submarine Corporation

In June 1987, the Royal Australian Navy let a contract to the Australian Submarine Corporation (ASC) to design and build six


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pdf8 2008 - Nov - Skilton & Clendon - Signalling Considerations for Electrification of the Auckland Metropolitan Rail Network

John T Skilton, CPEng, BE (Elect) Hons, MIRSE, MIPENZ, ONTRACK

James D Clendon, CPEng, BE (Elect) Hons, MIPENZ, Booz & Co.

By 2013 it is proposed that the Auckland


Size 76.04 KB
pdf9 2014 - July - Hillcoat & Clancy - Increasing capacity in the Hunter Network - Streamlining train control

Brett Hillcoat G.C.Mgmt, Dip Bus Prog

Parsons Brinckerhoff

Michael Clancy B.Ed

Australian Rail Track Corporation

The Hunter Valley Rail Network is a mixed


Size 1.16 MB
pdf10 2007 - July - Bilston - Design Development of Communications System for the Pilbara Iron Ore and Infrastructure Project

Simon Bilston B Eng, MIEAust

Ansaldo STS Australia Pty Ltd (Formerly Union Switch & Signal)

This paper will discuss, as a case study, the design development for the


Size 2.04 MB
pdf11 2013 - July - Hunter - Keeping the Cost of Projects Low - Benefits from Using Systems Engineering

Hugh Hunter MSc MBCS MIRSE Senior Consultant

Frazer-Nash Consultancy

We often read press statements slating a range of engineering projects for wasting taxpayer money. These


Size 1.62 MB
pdf12 1985 - Nov - Gavan - Train Radio Victorian Style - Part 2

P. J. Gavan

Manager, Communications V/Line

When the train radio communiations service requirements were examined it was shown that they formed two distinct groups. There was a


Size 837.51 KB
pdf13 2002 - April - Page - Geo Logic at Mt Barker Junction

Charles R Page Manager, Marketing & Sales

Invensys Rail System Australia Westinghouse Signals Australia Division

This paper describes the first Australian application of


Size 568.47 KB
pdf14 2002 - November - Baker - Connex New Rolling Stock Procurement Experience The X'TRAPOLIS

Mr Brett Baker BE MBA MIRSE

Project Manager Connex New Rolling Stock Project

The approach adopted to the procurement of the New Rolling Stock for the Connex Network in


Size 304.49 KB
pdf15 1984 - March - Dean - Picton Control Centre - Signalling Aspects



In 1950 the majority of the Westrail system was single line, operated under the rules applicable to the Train Electric Staff System or the Train Staff


Size 1.38 MB
pdf16 2006 - July - Blakeley - Smith - Appreciation and Testing Communications Circuits ( For Signalling Engineers )

Andrew Blakeley-Smith BSc (Hons) MIEAust MIRSE

Andrew Blakeley-Smith & Associates

Railway signalling technology has evolved over the years from the primary discipline of the


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pdf17 2006 - Nov - Furniss - The In Cab Activated Points System Enhancement for Trans Australia Railway

Paul Furniss BEng (Hons) CEng MIET

Australian Rail Track Corporation

The In Cab Activated Points System is a system which provides the Train Crews with a window of opportunity


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pdf18 2013 - Oct - Alvarez and Roman - ETCS L2 and CBTC over LTE – Convergence of the radio layer in advanced Train Control Systems

Mr. Rodrigo Alvarez MEng CEng MIET

Titan ICT Consultants

Mr. Juan Roman MEng

Titan ICT Consultants

A general trend in modern Train Control Systems is the


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pdf19 2011 - July - Allan - The Application of Distributed Architectures on Vital Interlocking Systems

Dwayne Allan B Eng (Hons), PGradCert (Railway Signalling), AMIRSE, MIEAust, CPEng

Siemens Ltd.

Distributed control systems have their heritage in manufacturing, process or


Size 5.03 MB