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give us the derailer ! [message #1241] Tue, 20 January 2015 14:37 Go to next message
bob.janssen is currently offline  bob.janssen
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Registered: May 2013
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Dear modellers,

the infrastructure object "derailer" slipped out of the IS schema. Apart
from a message dating back to 2008, there's no trace of them in RailML but
I'm quite sure derailers still exist in real life.

I considered defining a derailer element in the interlocking schema but it
would seem that derailers primarily belong to infrastructure, e.g. for the
sake of asset management.

I therefore plead for the reintroduction of this element in the IS-schema.
The interlocking schema could then extend the derailer and add attributes
proper to interlocking.

Yours,

Bob Janssen

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Re: give us the derailer ! [message #1245 is a reply to message #1241] Mon, 09 February 2015 10:50 Go to previous message
Christian Rahmig is currently offline  Christian Rahmig
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Registered: January 2011
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Dear Bob,

Am 20.01.2015 um 14:37 schrieb Bob Janssen:
> Dear modellers,
>
> the infrastructure object "derailer" slipped out of the IS schema. Apart
> from a message dating back to 2008, there's no trace of them in RailML but
> I'm quite sure derailers still exist in real life.
>
> [...]

The derailer is still an existing component in the infrastructure
scheme, see [1]. It was introduced with railML 2.2 and you can find all
the information about its parameters etc. in [2]. If you find any
missing elements or attributes, please let me know.

[1]
http://schemas.railml.org/2013/railML-2.2/documentation/rail ML.html#element_derailer_Link05F32D28

[2]
http://documents.railml.org/events/slides/2013-03-06_dlr_rah mig-infrastructure.pdf

Best regards

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Christian Rahmig
railML.infrastructure coordinator
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