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Extension of "auxiliaryBrakes" [message #1198] Sat, 09 October 2010 14:31 Go to next message
Carsten Weber is currently offline  Carsten Weber
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Registered: November 2011
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Dear RailMl-Users,

by implementing RailML into a software I have a problem with the defined
auxiliaryBrakes inside of the rollingstock scheme.

It is possible to define different vehicle brake settings for a vehicle.
Every vehicleBrake-data could have an entry to define the used
auxiliaryBrakes. But there are two ways to use the auxiliaryBrakes. One of
them lists all the auxiliary brakes used for regular braking and anotherone
should list all the auxiliary used for emergency braking.
So the question is: which way should this be implemented?
The first option divides the auxiliary brakes into regularAuxiliaryBrakes
with the attribute group aAuxiliaryBrakes and emergencyAuxiliaryBrakes with
the same attribute group.
The other way is to add another boolean to the attributegroup which says
emergencyAuxiliaryBrakes yes or no.

Thanks.

Carsten
Re: Extension of "auxiliaryBrakes" [message #1209 is a reply to message #1198] Sun, 27 February 2011 12:58 Go to previous message
Joerg von Lingen is currently offline  Joerg von Lingen
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Registered: May 2011
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The element "auxiliaryBrakes" comprises now an additional attribute "brakeUse"
as enumeration of "unknown", "normal", "emergency" and "both". This solution was
chosen in preference of renaming of elements to ensure compatibility.

On 09.10.2010 14:31, Carsten Weber wrote:
> Dear RailMl-Users,
>
> by implementing RailML into a software I have a problem with the defined
> auxiliaryBrakes inside of the rollingstock scheme.
>
> It is possible to define different vehicle brake settings for a vehicle.
> Every vehicleBrake-data could have an entry to define the used
> auxiliaryBrakes. But there are two ways to use the auxiliaryBrakes. One of
> them lists all the auxiliary brakes used for regular braking and anotherone
> should list all the auxiliary used for emergency braking.
> So the question is: which way should this be implemented?
> The first option divides the auxiliary brakes into regularAuxiliaryBrakes
> with the attribute group aAuxiliaryBrakes and emergencyAuxiliaryBrakes with
> the same attribute group.
> The other way is to add another boolean to the attributegroup which says
> emergencyAuxiliaryBrakes yes or no.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Carsten
>
>


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