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Rail Signalling Working Model - XXI
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 1382877 Umesh Kumar
Train Simulator 2015 - British Signalling Guide
 
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In this video, we take a look at British trackside signs and signals. I explain what various trackside signs mean, followed by the basic principles of signalling and different signal types before taking a look at three different driving scenarios. After this, we take a look at the RETB system on the West Highland Line Extension and how to use the in cab radio system to operate it. This tutorial isn't perfect, and some information has been deliberately left out to keep the length of the video down and because the signals in Train Simulator aren't quite the same as the signals in real life. I noticed a couple of mistakes/bits of missing information which I have corrected with annotations on this video. The driving scenarios are: 1. Approaching a red signal from high speed. 2. Chasing yellows. 3. Diverging route signals. I decided not to include a semaphore signal driving tutorial. Semaphore signals are covered in this video, but the principles of approaching them are the same as approaching colour light signals. Also not included is the TVM 430 signalling system found on the London to Faversham route. This was excluded to try and keep the length of the video down, and also because it's a French signalling system. I will be making a separate, shorter tutorial to cover the TVM 430 system. For the latest updates, you can find me on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/PTGRail/386453444839934 If you value the work that I do and would like to sponsor me towards new equipment and future projects, please visit my Patreon page here for more information: https://www.patreon.com/PTGRail
Views: 103984 PTGRail
how does work interlocking system of railway
 
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Dosto Is video mein Railway ke interlocking system ke baare me bataya Gaya Hai interlocking system kya hai aur Wo Kaam Kaise karta hai sab kuch jaane ke liye video ko pura dekhiye agar achha lagta hai tu channel ko subscribe Kijiye aur video ko share kijiye
Views: 35865 Knowledge Knorr
Rail Signalling Working Model - VII
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 938861 Umesh Kumar
How CBTC Works
 
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Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC) is a railway signaling system that makes use of the telecommunications between the train and track equipment for the traffic management and infrastructure control. By means of the CBTC systems, the exact position of a train is known more accurately than with the traditional signaling systems. This results in a more efficient and safe way to manage the railway traffic. Metros (and other railway systems) are able to improve headways while maintaining or even improving safety.
Views: 39780 Rail System Net
Absolute Block Signalling Animation
 
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This is a clip I made in 2005 to illustrate the basic principles of Absolute Block Signalling. It was intended to be included on a DVD of signalling but the DVD was never completed.
Views: 58641 John C. Earwicker
Rail Signalling Working Model - XV
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 84886 Umesh Kumar
An Introduction to Switches & Crossings - Network Rail engineering education (12 of 15)
 
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Switches and crossings play an essential role in connecting the rail network. We use them to guide trains from one track to another and to enable lines to cross paths. Put simply, they're the junctions that allow us to create a multi-lined, multi-routed rail network. This is how they work. For more information https://www.networkrail.co.uk/running-the-railway/looking-after-the-railway/track/ For all our national news, campaigns and to see how we're at the heart of revitalising Britain’s railway, please follow: http://www.facebook.com/networkrail http://www.instagram.com/networkrail http://www.linkedin.com/company/network-rail http://twitter.com/networkrail http://www.youtube.com/networkrail
Views: 5486749 Network Rail
1930s LMS Film (Sentinels of Safety) - Absolute Block and Semaphore Signalling - Part 1
 
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LMS instructional video "Sentinels of Safety" outlining the Absolute Block Signalling principle. Recorded some time in the 1930's. Features lots of ex-LNWR signal boxes and the staff that used to work them. A fantastic piece of railway history.
Views: 31002 Ian Martin
Axle counting and wheel detection applications by Frauscher
 
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Modern wheel detection and axle counting systems are in the meantime an integrated part of overriding interlocking and signalling systems. Today it is able to provide even more information than the track vacancy detection does. Further applications are level crossing detection, automatic warning system, hot box detection, wheel flat detection or speed measurment. Website: http://www.frauscher.com
Rail interlocking: how does it work?
 
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So that trains can circulate in total safety on a rail network, there is interlocking. In this video, watch how interlocking manages and controls train circulation, with regard to the road network and the rail network as a whole.
Views: 51666 Alstom
Rail Signalling Working Model - IX
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 34512 Umesh Kumar
what is track circuit? how does it work
 
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Dosto es video me track circuit k bare me bataya gya track circuit kya hai kaha use kiya jata hai kaise kam karta hai sabkuch janane k liye video ko pura dekhiye achha lage to channel ko subscribe kijiye video ko share kijiye Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amit_raj1234/ Credit of video clip given to :-UnipartGroup
Views: 70459 Knowledge Knorr
Absolute Block Signalling Animation
 
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This is a clip I made in 2005 to illustrate the basic principles of Absolute Block Signalling. It was intended to be included on a DVD of signalling but the DVD was . Hymec working single line (light engine) Showing how the single line working is achieved through St Peters Square, Manchester. Fgw hst working single line in storm at high tide. Single line tablet token exchange [train hoop up orders] with train drivers in Bangkok. This is to prevent head on collisions in areas where there are no automatic .
Views: 329 Charles Stone
Rail Signalling Working Model - I
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 25226 Umesh Kumar
1930s LMS Film (Sentinels of Safety) - Absolute Block and Semaphore Signalling - Part 2
 
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LMS instructional Railway video "Sentinels of Safety" outlining the Absolute Block Signalling principle. Recorded some time in the 1930's. Features lots of LNWR signal boxes and the staff that used to work them. A fantastic piece of railway history.
Views: 14191 Ian Martin
Old Railway Signal Boxes
 
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What are signal boxes? Signal boxes are shelters or small buildings constructed specifically to: house the levers and other control equipment used to safely space, route and locally coordinate railway trains; and to provide signalling staff with a vantage point from which to safely observe and efficiently control nearby trains. Why are signal boxes necessary? The short answer (kindly supplied by Dave Harris) is: "to maintain a safe separation of trains and to facilitate shunting". The more detailed answer involves a whistlestop journey through railway history and the key principles of railway operations. 1: Train drivers can't steer their trains Trains run on (and are steered by) a pair of parallel rails laid on the ground. This means that they cannot steer round one another like road vehicles can. In places where trains need to pass one another (or to change from one route to another), points are installed and these need to be operated carefully to avoid derailments and collisions. 2: Keeping trains safe is harder when things get fast, busy or both On slow-speed routes with just one train in operation, train crews can stop at points and use an adjacent lever to set the points for the route they want to take. This practice works reasonably well for small-scale industrial railway systems and for shunting in small goods yards, etc. However, for long-distance routes, large industrial complexes and major goods yards, this procedure is highly inefficient. Also, coordinating the trains becomes difficult if more than one train is operating in a given area. Furthermore, as the number and speed of trains increases, so does the risk of a collision. 3: To avoid collisions, rules and procedures are needed During the early years of railway operations (more than thirty years before the Settle-Carlisle line was constructed), a series of rules and operating procedures were introduced to help things run efficiently (and, with luck, safely). For example: Trains theoretically operated to fixed timetables and there was a fixed minimum time interval between trains using the same line. (For the Midland Railway in the 1840s, the minimum time interval was ten minutes.) Train drivers were required to maintain a minimum distance from the train in front at all times. (For the Midland Railway in the 1840s, the minimum distance was 800 yards.) Train drivers were also required to adhere to the prescribed timetable. A 'pointsman' was stationed at each important set of points to ensure that they were set correctly for each train. Policemen were assigned to key locations to enforce the rules regarding train separation and safe operation. 4: To avoid collisions, train drivers need information Initially, the railway policemen used hand, flag or lamp signals to tell drivers when to stop and when it was time (and theoretically safe) to depart. This activity is depicted in the engraving of Derby station below, where the man wearing a top hat (bottom-right corner) is holding a flag.
Views: 1345 Trains TrainsTrains
Principal of point machine
 
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Type of motor-----110 V Split field, series wound motor. Minimum operating voltage-----60 V DC Normal operating current ------2.5 to 3.0 Amps Operating current during obstruction ------3.6 to 3.8 Amps. R.P.M------1700 Output of the motor------0.44 KW. Minimum throw of the machine------94 mm Maximum throw of the machine------143 mm Type of machine------Combined Operating time------3 to 4 Secs In Indian Railways How point machine is working.for more details subscribe my channel and keep watching.
Views: 37058 Mrinmay Chakraborty
Rail Signalling Working Model - II
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 15288 Umesh Kumar
Rail Signalling Working Model - XI
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 19045 Umesh Kumar
1930s LMS Film (Sentinels of Safety) - Absolute Block and Semaphore Signalling - Part 3
 
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LMS instructional Railway video "Sentinels of Safety" outlining the Absolute Block Signalling principle. Recorded some time in the 1930's. Features lots of ex-LNWR signal boxes and the staff that used to work them. A fantastic piece of railway history.
Views: 25598 Ian Martin
Rail Signalling Working Model - IV
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 16058 Umesh Kumar
Rail Signalling Working Model - XIV
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 13258 Umesh Kumar
Rail Signalling Working Model - XI
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 37831 Umesh Kumar
Rail Signalling Working Model - VI
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 29809 Umesh Kumar
Rail Signalling Working Model - XVII
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 14801 Umesh Kumar
NSWGR Interlocked Model Railway Points with Signal
 
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Test of real world signalling principles in HO scale.
Views: 1171 Ross Jackson
what are axle counter? how does it work?
 
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Dosto Is video mein axle counter ke baare mein Bataye kya hai axle counter Kya Hai Iski use kaha ki jati hai aur eski working Kaise Hoti Hai Sab Ko Janane Ke Liye video ko pura Dekhtiye agar achha lagta hai to channel ko subscribe Kijiye video ko share kijiye Credit of video clip given to:- Frauscher Sensor Technology
Views: 66298 Knowledge Knorr
Rail Signalling Working Model - VIII
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 5542 Umesh Kumar
Lec-25 Interlocking of Track
 
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Lecture Series on Transportation Engineering - II by Dr.Rajat Rastogi, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Roorkee. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
Views: 7990 nptelhrd
Rail Signalling Working Model - XII
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 52317 Umesh Kumar
Rail Signalling  Working Model - X
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 14669 Umesh Kumar
Rail Signalling Working Model - V
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 230782 Umesh Kumar
Rail Signalling Working Model - XVI
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 4258 Umesh Kumar
Rail Signalling Working Model - XIX
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 6738 Umesh Kumar
Rail Signalling Working Model - III
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 35259 Umesh Kumar
Rail Signalling Working Model - XIII
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 7433 Umesh Kumar
TTC's Signal System Explained
 
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The TTC is updating its 60-year-old signal system with Automatic Train Control. This video explains how signals work and what the TTC is doing to upgrade and replace the old system with a new, modern and reliable signal system.
Rail Signalling Working Model - XVIII
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 5970 Umesh Kumar
Rail Signalling Working Model - XX
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 5477 Umesh Kumar
Railroad Signals, reading and meanings, part 1: The basic three light system
 
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For my fellow foamers (railfans), I'm putting together this short video series on how to read North American Railroad signals. In this part 1 I cover the foundational 3 light system from which we will understand the rest of the signals.
Views: 304908 Ian Juby
What is interlocking system
 
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Dosto maine aapse share kiya hai ki electric interlocking system Kya haiy kayse kam karta haiy ummind haiy ki ye video aapko pasand aayega subscribe technical gyan ... https://goo.gl/HEEQ8X follow me FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/tecnicalgyan TWITTER https://www.twitter.com/tecnicalgyan INSTAGRAM https://www.Instagram.com/tecnicalgyan
Views: 8351 Gyan Center
How does train change tracks | Science and Tech Tamil
 
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Views: 221260 Science and Tech Tamil

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