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Title:RAČUNALNIŠKO VODENJE SISTEMA SIGNALNOVARNOSTNIH NAPRAV NA ŽELEZNICI
Authors:Rotar, Boštjan (Author)
Čižman, Anton (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FOV - Faculty of Organizational Sciences in Kranj
Abstract:V diplomskem delu je celovito predstavljen sistem daljinskega vodenja železniškega prometa, imenovan TRIS CTC, ki omogoča uporabniku nadzor in vodenje oddaljenega procesa ter gospodarno izkoriščanje tirnih kapacitet. V uvodu diplomske naloge je predstavljeno podjetje Iskra Sistemi, v katerem se na podlagi dolgoletnih izkušenj razvija sistem daljinskega vodenja. V nadaljevanju je za lažje razumevanje opisana arhitektura in delovanje celotnega sistema, ki zajema določen segment železniške proge, katere začetna in končna postaja določata področje vodenja. Sistem TRIS CTC s pomočjo tehnološko izpopolnjenih prenosnih sistemov prek programske opreme nadzoruje oddaljene daljinske postaje. V tretjem poglavju sta predstavljeni situacija in kritična analiza trenutnega stanja na področju železniške infrastrukture. Predstavljeni so problemi s katerimi se srečuje osebje, zaposleno na železnici. Nadalje je opisan postopek parametriranja podatkovne baze sistema daljinskega vodenja, ki je osnovni in najpomembnejši gradnik celotnega sistema daljinskega vodenja. Parametriranje se začne s projektiranjem projektantskih tabel, nadaljuje s parametriranjem podatkovne baze s pomočjo orodij za konfiguriranje in konča s testiranjem in predajo sistema končnemu uporabniku. Sistem TRIS CTC ima modularno zasnovo, kar omogoča izredno nadgradnjo in razširitev. Ima pozitiven ekonomski učinek, saj ima dolgo življenjsko dobo in nizke vzdrževalne stroške.
Keywords:daljinsko vodenje, signalnovarnostna naprava, TRIS, CTC, RTU, železniški promet
Year of publishing:2010
Source:Maribor
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Language:English
Title:COMPUTER CONTROLLED RAILWAY INTERLOCKING SYSTEMS
Abstract:This diploma thesis offers a thorough presentation of the system for remote control of railway traffic, called TRIS CTC, which allows the user to control and manage remote processes and economical utilization of track capacity. The introduction of my thesis presents the company Iskra Sistemi which has many years experiences with remote control systems. In the following is, for better understanding, described architecture and operation of the entire system, which includes a segment of railway track, where starting and finishing station defines control region. TRIS CTC system with help of a technologically advanced transmission systems through software controls remote district stations. The third chapter presents the situation and critical analysis of the current state in the area of railway infrastructure. There are presented the problems faced by staff employed on the railway. Furthermore, the parameterization procedure of the remote control system database is described, which is the basic and most important part of the entire remote control system. Parameterization starts with design of designing tables, continues with parameterization of the database using the tools for configuring and ends with testing and system handover to the customer. TRIS CTC system has a modular design, which allows upgrading and extension. It has a positive economic impact because of its long working life and low maintenance costs.
Keywords:Remote control, Interlocking Equipment, TRIS, CTC (Central Traffic Control), RTU (Remote Terminal Unit), Railway


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