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[railML3] Insulated Electrification Sections [message #3094] Thu, 08 June 2023 09:35 Go to next message
Dominik Looser is currently offline  Dominik Looser
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Dear community

Our customer would like to model insulated electrification sections in railML3 and we are thinking about using the existing <electrificationSection>-element and its subelements.
One type of electrification section is called "Electrification Section Insulator" (mostly used in stations) and the other one is an "Electrification Section Break" that has a length extent.

How could we - as specific as possible - model this in railML3? Our idea is to use the subelement <phaseSeparationSection> for Electrification Section Breaks.
Does anyone have input on what the <phaseSeparationSection> is meant for and how to model these types of insulated sections?

Thank you and best regards,
Dominik Looser
Re: [railML3] Insulated Electrification Sections [message #3127 is a reply to message #3094] Sat, 09 September 2023 14:51 Go to previous message
Jörg von Lingen is currently offline  Jörg von Lingen
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Dear all,

I would use subelement <phaseSeparationSection> for modelling of Electrification Section Breaks (de: Schutzstrecke). There needs to be an <electrificationSection> defined for the overall electrified line. An additional <electrificationSection> uses child <phaseSeparationSection> with the position, length and flags, whether it is insulated (power off) or earthed. This shall look like the attached example.

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