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[railML3] Signalled braking distance of a line (de: Regelbremsweg einer Strecke) [message #2980] Wed, 30 March 2022 11:34 Go to previous message
Michael Gruschwitz is currently offline  Michael Gruschwitz
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Dear colleagues!

As part of the joint work in our BMDV funded research project "Indres"
we at Bahnkonzept came across the requirement to exchange what in
Germany is called “Regelbremsweg”. It is usually the distance between
the main signal and the matching distant signal. It is usually also
referred to as the maximum braking distance of a train the lineside
signaling is based on. An english expression for this braking distance
the lineside signalling is based on could be "signalled braking
distance" of a line.

We are aware that there are a lot of railways that do not follow the
idea of a uniform standard braking distance set for a line, however we
think that for those who do it should be possible to exchange this
information via railML.
We are also aware that it is already very late in the process of
preparing publishing of railML 3.2, nonetheless we would very much
appreciate if this requirement could still be considered to be included
this release.

What do you think? How could we support this?

Best regards,
--
Michael Gruschwitz
Bahnkonzept Dresden/Germany

P.S. For railML 2.5 we will try to model too, but in an own extension of
the standard.
 
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