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Tilting attributes - roll compensation [message #1204] Mon, 20 December 2010 15:17 Go to next message
Joerg von Lingen is currently offline  Joerg von Lingen
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Hello,

after version 2.0 I have introduced the element <tilting> with its attributes
"actuation", "maxTiltingAngle" and "tiltingSpeed".

With the new SBB twin deck trains for IC use the was a new kind of tilting - the
roll compensation (Wankkompensation). Now its the question whether there is the
need for any revision of this element in order to name all important data of
such a system.

Please provide any ideas.
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Mit freundlichen Grüßen/Best regards,
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Jörg von Lingen
Re: Tilting attributes - roll compensation [message #1205 is a reply to message #1204] Thu, 06 January 2011 20:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Carsten Weber is currently offline  Carsten Weber
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Dear Joerg,

"Joerg von Lingen" <joergvon_lingendd(at)t-onlinede> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:ien9lp$67c$1(at)sifaivifhgde...

> With the new SBB twin deck trains for IC use the was a new kind of
> tilting - the
> roll compensation (Wankkompensation). Now its the question whether there
> is the
> need for any revision of this element in order to name all important data
> of
> such a system.

The Wankkompensation can be used as a kind of tilting system. Tilting
systems as used in Germany tilt the body of the car to bring the lateral
acceleration down. The system used for SBB keeps the body of the waggon in a
vertical position which is especially required for double deck coaches. So
the tilting angle caused by the suspension is reset to zero with help of the
roll compensation.
At the end no other elements or attributes are required to describe roll
compensation.

Best regards.

Carsten
Re: Tilting attributes - roll compensation [message #1206 is a reply to message #1205] Thu, 20 January 2011 07:21 Go to previous message
Joerg von Lingen is currently offline  Joerg von Lingen
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The 'rollCompensation' can now be selected as type of tilting actuation,
i.e. none/active/passive/rollCompensation.

Carsten Weber wrote:
> Dear Joerg,
>
> "Joerg von Lingen" <joergvon_lingendd(at)t-onlinede> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> news:ien9lp$67c$1(at)sifaivifhgde...
>
>> With the new SBB twin deck trains for IC use the was a new kind of
>> tilting - the
>> roll compensation (Wankkompensation). Now its the question whether there
>> is the
>> need for any revision of this element in order to name all important data
>> of
>> such a system.
>
> The Wankkompensation can be used as a kind of tilting system. Tilting
> systems as used in Germany tilt the body of the car to bring the lateral
> acceleration down. The system used for SBB keeps the body of the waggon in a
> vertical position which is especially required for double deck coaches. So
> the tilting angle caused by the suspension is reset to zero with help of the
> roll compensation.
> At the end no other elements or attributes are required to describe roll
> compensation.
>
> Best regards.
>
> Carsten
>
>
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