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A Field test of an Integrated Electronic Block System for verification of the suitability

통합형 전자폐색제어장치의 적합성 확인을 위한 현장시험

  • Received : 2013.08.12
  • Accepted : 2013.12.05
  • Published : 2013.12.31

Abstract

For trains to run safely and quickly, the train should always follow the preceding train at a proper spacing. For this purpose, a certain distance between the stations is set for each block section. For the safe operation of trains in one block section, only one train service for an automatic block system is needed. The existing block system is composed an ABS, which is a linked track circuit and line sideway system through the interlocking system. The interlocking system is being replaced with a domestic electronic interlocking system. On the other hand, the block system still uses the relay format of an analog system, and is independently installed of the line sideway systems. Therefore, the existing block system has many problems in terms of construction and maintenance. In addition, the existing domestic line is used for ABS and LEU , which is installed separately, despite the train being controlled by the information of the same signal at the same location. This is not efficient in terms of each product price and the maintenance costs. This paper introduces an integrated electronic block system and the field test results. The field test was carried out through a periodic inspection performed eight times from January to late August.

Keywords

ABS(Automatic Block System);EBS(Electronic Block System);Train control;Maintenance

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