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Järnvägsprojektering – analys av tekniska gränssnitt och samordning

Lindgren, Johan (2009)
Civil Engineering - Railway Construction (BSc)
Abstract
Railway detail planning is divided in seven major technical branches; ground works, track, power supply, catenary, signalling, telecommunication and cable-trenching. Technical consultants perform detail planning at the request of a client, usually the Swedish Rail Administration (Banverket). The work results in design and other technical documents. According to common public opinion the quality in these documents has decreased and co-ordination of technical interfaces has great impact on this matter. Because of that the purpose of this study is to identify important technical interfaces and to analyse co-ordination. The author proposes a list of actions aimed to improve the quality in detail planning documents. Data input are interviews... (More)
Railway detail planning is divided in seven major technical branches; ground works, track, power supply, catenary, signalling, telecommunication and cable-trenching. Technical consultants perform detail planning at the request of a client, usually the Swedish Rail Administration (Banverket). The work results in design and other technical documents. According to common public opinion the quality in these documents has decreased and co-ordination of technical interfaces has great impact on this matter. Because of that the purpose of this study is to identify important technical interfaces and to analyse co-ordination. The author proposes a list of actions aimed to improve the quality in detail planning documents. Data input are interviews with more than twenty persons, mostly representing a consultant but also the Swedish Rail Administration. Their opinions then were analysed in the light of facts based on the regulations of the Swedish Rail Administration. Some of the identified important technical interfaces are: Ground works: Placement of concrete foundations for catenary
Track: Placement of isolation joints for signalling
Power supply: Placement of catenary objects
Catenary: Earthing together with objects for ground works, power supply, signalling and telecommunication.
Signalling: Placement of catenary masts
Telecommunication: Communication requirements for signalling
Cable-trenching: Major cable-trenching for power supply, catenary, signalling and telecommunication. Different things have effects on the co-ordination of technical interfaces. Yet, a main cause seems to exist – technical modifications during detail planning. To reduce the amount of modifications and also to improve the handling of these following actions are proposed: 1. Accomplish railway investment projects with “enlarged co-operation”
2. Use the CAD-handling program BVADM and the model SESAM. Keywords: Railway detail planning, technical interfaces, co-ordination, co operation, SESAM, BVADM. (Less)
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author
Lindgren, Johan
organization
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
bygghandlingar, projekteringshandlingar, teknikområden, samordning, järnvägsprojektering, tekniska gränssnitt, utökad samverkan, projekteringsmodellen sesam, bvadm
language
Swedish
id
1464551
date added to LUP
2009-08-19 00:00:00
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  abstract     = {Railway detail planning is divided in seven major technical branches; ground works, track, power supply, catenary, signalling, telecommunication and cable-trenching. Technical consultants perform detail planning at the request of a client, usually the Swedish Rail Administration (Banverket). The work results in design and other technical documents. According to common public opinion the quality in these documents has decreased and co-ordination of technical interfaces has great impact on this matter. Because of that the purpose of this study is to identify important technical interfaces and to analyse co-ordination. The author proposes a list of actions aimed to improve the quality in detail planning documents. Data input are interviews with more than twenty persons, mostly representing a consultant but also the Swedish Rail Administration. Their opinions then were analysed in the light of facts based on the regulations of the Swedish Rail Administration. Some of the identified important technical interfaces are: Ground works: Placement of concrete foundations for catenary
Track: Placement of isolation joints for signalling
Power supply: Placement of catenary objects
Catenary: Earthing together with objects for ground works, power supply, signalling and telecommunication.
Signalling: Placement of catenary masts
Telecommunication: Communication requirements for signalling
Cable-trenching: Major cable-trenching for power supply, catenary, signalling and telecommunication. Different things have effects on the co-ordination of technical interfaces. Yet, a main cause seems to exist – technical modifications during detail planning. To reduce the amount of modifications and also to improve the handling of these following actions are proposed: 1. Accomplish railway investment projects with “enlarged co-operation”
2. Use the CAD-handling program BVADM and the model SESAM. Keywords: Railway detail planning, technical interfaces, co-ordination, co operation, SESAM, BVADM.},
  author       = {Lindgren, Johan},
  keyword      = {bygghandlingar,projekteringshandlingar,teknikområden,samordning,järnvägsprojektering,tekniska gränssnitt,utökad samverkan,projekteringsmodellen sesam,bvadm},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Järnvägsprojektering – analys av tekniska gränssnitt och samordning},
  year         = {2009},
}