Determination of clearance point

Railway Use of Axle Counters Fouling Point Clearance point

Railway Use of Axle Counters Fouling Point Clearance point Railway Use of Axle Counters Fouling Point Clearance point :- The Design requirements for train detection systems includes the following: Interface with authorized rail vehicles (positioning of IRJs, minimum track circuit lengths, which may be dependent on permissible speed, and interlocking measures to mitigate against any […]

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Insulated Rail Joints

Railway Insulated Rail Joints

Railway Insulated Rail Joints Railway Insulated Rail Joints :- Insulated Rail Joints (IRJs) are required to join together mechanically but no electrically. they are required for the follwing purposes: to define the limits of jointed track circuits, to provide insulation between rails at S&C, necessitating track circuit transpositions, where transpositions are required for other purposes, […]

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Minimum Length

Railway Bonding Details in D.C. Electrified Areas

Railway Bonding Details in D.C. Electrified Areas Railway Bonding Details in D.C. Electrified Areas :- Separate Track Plans and Negative Bonding Plans are only used on the former Southern Region. The impedance bond rail connections and the bond to bond connections must be shown on bonding plans. Traction return cross bonding between lines are the responsibility […]

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Railway Bonding Plan & Track Plan 

Railway Bonding Plan & Track Plan 

Non-electrified Areas|Symbols for Bonding Plans|Railway Bonding Plan & Track Plan|Electrified Areas|Electrified Area of the Former Southern Region|Railway Bonding Plan & Track Plan  Railway Bonding Plan & Track Plan  The majority of running rails are used to form track circuits to provide a means of proving the absence of trains. The General arrangement is that a […]

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