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Train Simulator 2015 - British Signalling Guide
 
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In this video, we take a look at British trackside signs and signals. I explain what various trackside signs mean, followed by the basic principles of signalling and different signal types before taking a look at three different driving scenarios. After this, we take a look at the RETB system on the West Highland Line Extension and how to use the in cab radio system to operate it. This tutorial isn't perfect, and some information has been deliberately left out to keep the length of the video down and because the signals in Train Simulator aren't quite the same as the signals in real life. I noticed a couple of mistakes/bits of missing information which I have corrected with annotations on this video. The driving scenarios are: 1. Approaching a red signal from high speed. 2. Chasing yellows. 3. Diverging route signals. I decided not to include a semaphore signal driving tutorial. Semaphore signals are covered in this video, but the principles of approaching them are the same as approaching colour light signals. Also not included is the TVM 430 signalling system found on the London to Faversham route. This was excluded to try and keep the length of the video down, and also because it's a French signalling system. I will be making a separate, shorter tutorial to cover the TVM 430 system. For the latest updates, you can find me on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/PTGRail/386453444839934 If you value the work that I do and would like to sponsor me towards new equipment and future projects, please visit my Patreon page here for more information: https://www.patreon.com/PTGRail
Views: 103773 PTGRail
Absolute Block Signalling Animation
 
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This is a clip I made in 2005 to illustrate the basic principles of Absolute Block Signalling. It was intended to be included on a DVD of signalling but the DVD was never completed.
Views: 58472 John C. Earwicker
how does work interlocking system of railway
 
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Dosto Is video mein Railway ke interlocking system ke baare me bataya Gaya Hai interlocking system kya hai aur Wo Kaam Kaise karta hai sab kuch jaane ke liye video ko pura dekhiye agar achha lagta hai tu channel ko subscribe Kijiye aur video ko share kijiye
Views: 35583 Knowledge Knorr
How CBTC Works
 
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Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC) is a railway signaling system that makes use of the telecommunications between the train and track equipment for the traffic management and infrastructure control. By means of the CBTC systems, the exact position of a train is known more accurately than with the traditional signaling systems. This results in a more efficient and safe way to manage the railway traffic. Metros (and other railway systems) are able to improve headways while maintaining or even improving safety.
Views: 39577 Rail System Net
Absolute Block Signalling Animation
 
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This is a clip I made in 2005 to illustrate the basic principles of Absolute Block Signalling. It was intended to be included on a DVD of signalling but the DVD was . Hymec working single line (light engine) Showing how the single line working is achieved through St Peters Square, Manchester. Fgw hst working single line in storm at high tide. Single line tablet token exchange [train hoop up orders] with train drivers in Bangkok. This is to prevent head on collisions in areas where there are no automatic .
Views: 317 Charles Stone
British Rail Signalling Pt1
 
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A British Railways film explaining signalling from 1989 The Train Channel . For people building their own signalling systems. This old British Railways training film from the late 1980s might be good for research. Its been copied from an . In this video, we take a look at British trackside signs and signals. I explain what various trackside signs mean, followed by the basic principles of signalling and . From a BBC open university programme approx 1989. Quite interesting how things have changed. (Part 1 of 2)
Views: 30 Steven Gonzales
Principal of point machine
 
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Type of motor-----110 V Split field, series wound motor. Minimum operating voltage-----60 V DC Normal operating current ------2.5 to 3.0 Amps Operating current during obstruction ------3.6 to 3.8 Amps. R.P.M------1700 Output of the motor------0.44 KW. Minimum throw of the machine------94 mm Maximum throw of the machine------143 mm Type of machine------Combined Operating time------3 to 4 Secs In Indian Railways How point machine is working.for more details subscribe my channel and keep watching.
Views: 36776 Mrinmay Chakraborty
ETCS What is this standard? How does it work?
 
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Understand the basics of the European Train Control System for mainline railways with Thales. Thales has been at the forefront of ETCS deployment, leading the way with the very first implementations, and since, has the best deployment record and widest experience.
Views: 24349 Thales
1930s LMS Film (Sentinels of Safety) - Absolute Block and Semaphore Signalling - Part 1
 
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LMS instructional video "Sentinels of Safety" outlining the Absolute Block Signalling principle. Recorded some time in the 1930's. Features lots of ex-LNWR signal boxes and the staff that used to work them. A fantastic piece of railway history.
Views: 30964 Ian Martin
The principle of operation of earth-fault protection system
 
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The principle of operation of earth-fault protection system in dc power supply electric rail traction
Views: 4481 KOLEN KOLEN
An Introduction to Switches & Crossings - Network Rail engineering education (12 of 15)
 
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Switches and crossings play an essential role in connecting the rail network. We use them to guide trains from one track to another and to enable lines to cross paths. Put simply, they're the junctions that allow us to create a multi-lined, multi-routed rail network. This is how they work. For more information https://www.networkrail.co.uk/running-the-railway/looking-after-the-railway/track/ For all our national news, campaigns and to see how we're at the heart of revitalising Britain’s railway, please follow: http://www.facebook.com/networkrail http://www.instagram.com/networkrail http://www.linkedin.com/company/network-rail http://twitter.com/networkrail http://www.youtube.com/networkrail
Views: 5441980 Network Rail
Rail Signalling Working Model - XV
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 84610 Umesh Kumar
Railroad Signals, reading and meanings, part 1: The basic three light system
 
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For my fellow foamers (railfans), I'm putting together this short video series on how to read North American Railroad signals. In this part 1 I cover the foundational 3 light system from which we will understand the rest of the signals.
Views: 303681 Ian Juby
Rail Signalling Working Model - XI
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 37531 Umesh Kumar
Axle counting and wheel detection applications by Frauscher
 
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Modern wheel detection and axle counting systems are in the meantime an integrated part of overriding interlocking and signalling systems. Today it is able to provide even more information than the track vacancy detection does. Further applications are level crossing detection, automatic warning system, hot box detection, wheel flat detection or speed measurment. Website: http://www.frauscher.com
Catenary and pantograph: how does it work?
 
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On tramways, metros or trains, the catenary and pantograph are used to transmit the electricity required to power the motors of the electric train. Discover in this video how these essential elements of a railway network work together and how Alstom's engineers manage to keep them in continuous contact with each other to power trains, even at a very high speed.
Views: 231536 Alstom
The future of ERTMS and the Role of ERA
 
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Josef Doppelbauer explains the basic principles of the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) and the role of the European Railway Agency. For more information please visit ERA website: https://www.era.europa.eu/
Rail interlocking: how does it work?
 
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So that trains can circulate in total safety on a rail network, there is interlocking. In this video, watch how interlocking manages and controls train circulation, with regard to the road network and the rail network as a whole.
Views: 51496 Alstom
1930s LMS Film (Sentinels of Safety) - Absolute Block and Semaphore Signalling - Part 3
 
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LMS instructional Railway video "Sentinels of Safety" outlining the Absolute Block Signalling principle. Recorded some time in the 1930's. Features lots of ex-LNWR signal boxes and the staff that used to work them. A fantastic piece of railway history.
Views: 25574 Ian Martin
Rail Signalling Working Model - XVI
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 4238 Umesh Kumar
How our course helps you prepare better for 7 modules of IRSE Exam
 
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Watch this video to hear it directly from one of the most respected railway signaling professionals in India(An IRSE Member) Mr. Ravi Prakash about the competencies IRSE looks at in a young railway signaling engineer. He also talks about how our course helps you in preparing better for the IRSE exams. A sheer dose of pragmatic insights for engineers looking at become a globally recognised professional.
Views: 327 Railway Academy
Rail Signalling Working Model - III
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 35203 Umesh Kumar
Traffic Signal Management and Control System
 
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Get project kit at http://nevonprojects.com/traffic-signal-management-control-system/ project on traffic signal management system that provides a solution to current traffic congestion.
Views: 119190 Nevon Projects
The Last Working Semaphore Signals on a London Branchline.
 
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Here are a few shots of the semaphore signals at Greenford Station on the disused South Ruislip to Old Oak Common branch. These Signals are due to be replaced soon by the coloured light signal when Crossrail goes ahead, so i was kind of lucky to get them in their final days of working. Sorry about me talking, my arms kind of hurt and my battery was low. Chiltern Railways Trains and Wrexham & Shropshire Trains were diverted to Paddington due to engineering works to the Marylebone line.
Views: 33147 Mark Griffiths
Rail Signalling Working Model - I
 
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By using these videos we tried to illustrate most of the Rail Signalling principles used for Indian Railways as well as British Rails. The working Model has a capability to work in different operating modes, like PI or RRI. The British type Solid State Interlocking used in this working model is based on FPGAs and CPLDs.
Views: 25139 Umesh Kumar
TTC's Signal System Explained
 
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The TTC is updating its 60-year-old signal system with Automatic Train Control. This video explains how signals work and what the TTC is doing to upgrade and replace the old system with a new, modern and reliable signal system.
working of OHE system in indian railway
 
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Dosto Is video mein Indian Railway k OHE system ka baare me bataya Gaya Hai O H E system Kaise kaam karta hai aur uski supply kahan se aati hai aur ese locomotive ko kaise Diya jata hai sab kuch jaane ke liye video ko pura dekhiye hai agar achha lagta hai to channel ko subscribe Kijiye aur video ko share kijiye
Views: 83430 Knowledge Knorr
Earth Leakage Detector for Railway Signalling
 
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This video demonstrates the operation of MRD Rail Technologies Earth Leakage Detector.
Views: 2236 MRDRailTechnologies
MONORAIL : HOW IT WORKS
 
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what is monorail and how it works? In this video, i have explained a brief working principle of the monorail.Monorail runs on a single beam elevated track where they are powered either by diesel or electricity. under a single coach of monorail there are total 20 rubber tyres 8 big aircraft like tyres and 12 small supporting tyres .
Views: 74367 RAIL GYANKOSH
Factorio Ep13 - Rail signals
 
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Join me in the world of Factorio where automation is a basic principle. Together we can gather enough materials to build a space rocket so i can leave this hostile planet. Twitter: https://twitter.com/LacyLyncx Mail: [email protected]
Views: 33 Lacy Lyncx
CableRail Surface® installs cable troughs along railway tracks. Fast.
 
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CableRail Surface® cuts a shallow trench and installs cable troughs along a railway track 300 metres/hour. The troughs can be for copper cables or for HDPE tubes for fibre optics. Fast, safe, precise, versatile and economical, CableRail Surface® from SITS installs cables for railway signalling and for telecommunication. • This animation shows the first phase, in which CableRail Surface® cuts a shallow trench and installs cable trough bodies at 300 metres/hour. • In a second phase, CableRail Surface® lays copper cables or high-density polyethylene (HDPE) tubes for fiber optics in pre-installed troughs and affixes trough covers. All at 300 metres/hour. • In just two passes, CableRail Surface® thus creates a cable artery that protects cables from wrongdoers while keeping cables accessible for future work. See our website at http://www.sits-france.com. Copyright© SITS.
Views: 1347 SITS France
Model railroad train signaling system. Part 2 Yard exit.
 
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This is a demo of signal detection circuit board I've built for my model railroad. The board can be connected to 12 different sensors and drive up to 20 led lights based on sensors' states. In this demo the board is connected to 8 turnouts, 2 photo sensors and 2 current occupancy detectors and it drives six signal heads 2 aspects each. The board is powered by 5v and works in stand alone mode. I have some spare PCB and can provide build instructions or assemble board for you. Visit my blog to see progress on my UDTR Model Railroad http://slavak815.wordpress.com/
Views: 2525 Slava Kuznetsov
How an electric locomotive works...
 
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Electric locomotives have provided hauling power to trains since 1837. Unlike steam and diesel locomotives, electric locomotives do not carry their fuel on board. Rather, fuel could be located 100s of km away at an electric power station, in the form of coal or other energy sources, and delivered to the locomotive through wires. An electric locomotive is essentially a box full of transformers and semiconductors that converts electricity collected from external sources to the desired voltage to drive the traction motors. Train Simulator 2015 (64% discount) available from: https://goo.gl/BzoKMD For filming Train action try SJCam SJ4000 12MP Wi-Fi Action Camera available from: https://goo.gl/FRdVhB
Views: 1002171 The Train Story
Model Railroad ABS Signal System Using Relays
 
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I used the -5V output from NCE BD20's to trip a relay and change the signal from Green to Red. The system also sends a 5V signal to the next block red wire, causing it to turn to yellow (since the green wire is still energized). My mainline will be divided into 6 blocks and this very basic ABS signal system will facilitate some automation on my layout.
Views: 14124 Muskoka Steve
The Nervous System, Part 1: Crash Course A&P #8
 
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RLR TA | Multiple Train Operation - Token Working
 
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This video covers how token working on the Ruislip Lido Railway operates. In addition to the general operating principles, the video also covers how to deal with a failed train.
Steam Driver for a Day at the Rosewood Railway
 
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Come and Drive a Steam Locomotive for a Day A once in a life time opportunity (or perhaps if you enjoyed the day ... there could be more) to learn the ins-and-outs of driving a steam locomotive. Our recently restored C17 720 will be your iron horse for the day. You will be tutored by one of our experienced volunteers who will take you through the initial safety briefing, and then on to learning about the locomotive itself. You will be shown how to fire a steam locomotive, how to keep an eye on water and steam pressure, how to setup the locomotive to move forward or in reverse, use the regulator to start the locomotive moving, and use of the Westinghouse braking system. You will also receive a run down on basic safeworking principles to provide a working knowledge of the Rosewood Railway Museum's signalling and staff working. At the end of the day, you'll be guaranteed to come away with a great big smile and also a commemorative certificate. This is the perfect gift for the budding enthusiast, or even if you want to get hubby out of the house for a day. For more information see www.arhs-qld.org.au
Views: 3384 arhsqld
Electric Locomotive ( IN HINDI ) ELECTRIC TRACTION
 
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website: https://electricalstation.blogspot.in/2018/02/electric-locomotive-in-hindi-electric.html An electric locomotive is a locomotive powered by electricity from overhead lines, a third rail or on-board energy storage such as a battery or a supercapacitor. Electric locomotives with on-board fueled prime movers, such as diesel engines or gas turbines, are classed as diesel-electric or gas turbine-electric and not as electric locomotives, because the electric generator/motor combination serves only as a power transmission system. Electric locomotives benefit from the high efficiency of electric motors, often above 90% (not including the inefficiency of generating the electricity). Additional efficiency can be gained from regenerative braking, which allows kinetic energy to be recovered during braking to put power back on the line. Newer electric locomotives use AC motor-inverter drive systems that provide for regenerative braking. Electric locomotives are quiet compared to diesel locomotives since there is no engine and exhaust noise and less mechanical noise. The lack of reciprocating parts means electric locomotives are easier on the track, reducing track maintenance. Power plant capacity is far greater than any individual locomotive uses, so electric locomotives can have a higher power output than diesel locomotives and they can produce even higher short-term surge power for fast acceleration. Electric locomotives are ideal for commuter rail service with frequent stops. Electric locomotives are used on freight routes with consistently high traffic volumes, or in areas with advanced rail networks. Power plants, even if they burn fossil fuels, are far cleaner than mobile sources such as locomotive engines. The power can also come from clean or renewable sources, including geothermal power, hydroelectric power, nuclear power, solar power and wind turbines.[1] The chief disadvantage of electrification is the high cost for infrastructure: overhead lines or third rail, substations, and control systems. Public policy in the U.S. interferes with electrification: higher property taxes are imposed on privately owned rail facilities if they are electrified.[citation needed] The EPA regulates exhaust emissions on locomotive and marine engines, similar to regulations on car & freight truck emissions, in order to limit the amount of carbon monoxide, unburnt hydrocarbons, nitric oxides, and soot output from these mobile power sources.[2] Because railroad infrastructure is privately owned in the U.S., railroads are unwilling to make the necessary investments for electrification. In Europe and elsewhere, railway networks are considered part of the national transport infrastructure, just like roads, highways and waterways, so are often financed by the state. Operators of the rolling stock pay fees according to rail use. This makes possible the large investments required for the technically and, in the long-term, also economically advantageous electrification. Contents [hide] 1 History 1.1 Direct current 1.2 Alternating current 2 Types 2.1 Direct and alternating current 2.2 Power transmission 2.2.1 Overhead lines 2.2.2 Third rail 2.3 Driving the wheels 2.4 Wheel arrangements 2.5 Battery locomotive 3 Electric traction around the world 3.1 Europe 3.2 Russia and former USSR 3.3 North America 3.3.1 United States 3.3.2 Canada 3.4 Asia 3.4.1 Japan 3.4.2 Malaysia 3.4.3 India 3.5 Australia
Railway Engineering: An Integral Approach | DelftX on edX
 
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Take this course for free on edx.org: https://www.edx.org/course/railway-engineering-integral-approach-delftx-rail101x Have you ever wondered what it takes to get your train on the right platform at the scheduled time every day? Understanding the complexity behind today’s sophisticated railway systems will give you a better insight into how this safe and reliable transportation system works. We will show you the many factors which are involved and how multiple people, behind the scenes, have a daily task that enables you to get from home to work. Journey with us into the world of rail - a complex system that connects people, cities and countries. Railway systems entail much more than a train and a track. They are based on advanced technical and operational solutions, dealing with continuously changing demands for more efficient transport for both passengers and freight every day. Each system consists of many components that must be properly integrated: from trains, tracks, stations, signaling and control systems, through monitoring, maintenance and the impact on cities, landscape and people. This integration is the big challenge and the source of many train delays, inconvenient connections and other issues that impact our society. This engineering course attempts to tackle those issues by introducing you to a holistic approach to railway systems engineering. You will learn how the system components depend on each other to create a reliable, efficient and state-of-the-art network. We will address questions such as: How do railways work and how did they evolve over time? What factors give rise to everyday issues? How do different components of the railway system interact? What is the effect of train stations and the network from an urban, social and economic point of view? What can be done to improve the monitoring and maintenance of tracks? How are timetables designed in a way that balances passenger demand with the capacity of the railway and is adaptable to handle unexpected disturbances? What can be done to prevent and deal with disturbances caused by external factors and how do they affect the whole rail system? How does the design of railways influence their performance over time? A new serious game has been designed for this course to guide you through the process of decision making while building a rail network and maintaining it. Cities have to be connected in an ever-changing setting, dealing with wear, capacity, developments and disturbances. What choices do you make and how do they affect the performance of the system? For this MOOC, our very own TU Delft Measurement Train will be used to give you insights of the track and vehicle design, real-life monitoring and pantograph/catenary interaction. Together with the game this will give you the opportunity to see real-life examples and implement the knowledge you learn in a simulated environment. This first ever MOOC on railway systems engineering is delivered by the renowned experts of TU Delft and leading professionals working in the industry. It combines theoretical knowledge with practical examples, with the main objective to maintain a high degree of reliability under predictable and unknown circumstances. If you want to learn about the science behind the exciting world of railway systems - whether train, metro or tram - this course will set you on the right track!
Views: 3278 edX
Part 3: Railroad Signals, reading and meanings. Diverging and Limited speeds, to and at signals
 
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In this video, we add two new speeds to the mix and how they are displayed on the signals. We then incorporate them into the system and introduce approaching signals.
Views: 50195 Ian Juby
Endocrine System, part 1 - Glands & Hormones: Crash Course A&P #23
 
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Hank begins teaching you about your endocrine system by explaining how it uses glands to produce hormones. These hormones are either amino-acid based and water soluble, or steroidal and lipid-soluble, and may target many types of cells or just turn on specific ones. He will also touch on hormone cascades, and how the HPA axis effects your stress response. Table of Contents Endocrine System 2:32 Glands Produce Hormones 2:58 Amino Acid Based and Water Soluble 4:18 Steroidal and Lipid Soluble 4:44 Hormone Cascades 6:15 HPA Axis Effects Your Stress Response 6:30 *** Crash Course Psychology Poster: http://www.dftba.com/crashcourse *** Crash Course is now on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark Brouwer, Jan Schmid, Steve Marshall, Anna-Ester Volozh, Sandra Aft, Brad Wardell, Christian Ludvigsen, Robert Kunz, Jason, A Saslow, Jacob Ash, Jeffrey Thompson, Jessica Simmons, James Craver, Simun Niclasen, SR Foxley, Roger C. Rocha, Nevin, Spoljaric, Eric Knight, Elliot Beter, Jessica Wode ***SUBBABLE MESSAGES*** TO: Laura Hewett FROM: Amy Paez Greetings from the other side of the world! DFTBA -- TO: Wesley FROM: G Distance is created by the Desert Otherworld, therefore we shall not be destroyed. ***SUPPORTER THANK YOU!*** Thank you so much to all of our awesome supporters for their contributions to help make Crash Course possible and freely available for everyone forever: Mickey Maloney, Dan Smalley, Stephen DeCubellis, Vanessa Benavent, Andrew Galante, LankySam!, David Costello, Vanessa Benavent, Kenzo Yasuda, Tessa White -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
Views: 2219047 CrashCourse
HOW DO AIRPLANES FLY ?
 
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Friends in this video I am going explain about how airplanes fly, the science behind airplane flying is busted here in this video. Every day we see planes flying in the sky and we just can’t understand how do they fly it seems to be very tough to understand the science behind planes flying but n reality its very easy and anyone can understand its basic principle . IMAGE SOURCE :www.learnengineering.org MUSIC :www.purple-planet.com MY PHONE http://amzn.to/2ePnoi4 MY MIC http://amzn.to/2x0Fh84 TRAVEL BAG http://amzn.to/2eOXECi http://amzn.to/2vU2ofB MY EARPHONE http://amzn.to/2wwrrHA http://amzn.to/2eOZ2ou TRAVEL POWERBANK http://amzn.to/2vTOmKY http://amzn.to/2vTrWJL
Views: 62605 RAIL GYANKOSH
Troubleshooting Theory-Train Signal
 
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The purpose of this video is only to share knowledge. I have no ownership of this video.
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Railway Sandboxie Simulation
 
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Based on urban rail traffic drilling equipment, Operation Management Simulation Training System for Rail Transit consist of rail transit operations and table training system, control center management system, AFC sale and check training system, platform simulation control training system, station operation simulation training system, station integrated control room simulation training system and simulation interface of relevant systems. Thus, an integrated training platform is built to link the various systems. System overview: Using sand table as a platform, the training system applies digitized IC card for track circuit technology based on CBTC-based wireless communication and CVT worm rod rail vehicle technology. Driving dispatching training can be conducted through ATS/ATP/ATO systems in the control center. System functions: Real function of rail transit driving post, basic operating principle of CBTC system, operating principle of vehicle depot microcomputer interlocking system, main track driving dispatching training function, vehicle depot driving dispatching training function, system management function, failure setting and processing function. Training participants: Metro driving, dispatching-related posts: dispatcher of control center, driving dispatcher, electric power dispatcher, information dispatcher, ticket agent, duty office head, platform manager, watch keeper and train driver.
Views: 38 Locomotive iClass
Dr. John Betak Railroad Engineering
 
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Freight and Passenger rail networks and infrastructure require specialized facilities, design, construction and maintenance practices. In addition, there are specialized traffic control systems that similarly have unique design, construction and maintenance requirements.  This course covers the underlying principles railroad and rail transit engineering, design, construction and maintenance.
Working of USFD (Ultrasonic Flaw Detection) machines at the New Delhi station
 
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Ultrasonic flaw detection (USFD) technique is widely used on Indian Railways for detecting flaws in rails for safety consideration of the track.
Views: 938 NEWS STATION
How does work vacuum brake in train?
 
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Dosto es video me vacuum brake ke bare me bataya gya hai ye kam kaise karte hai aur ye airbrake se kis tarah alag hote hai sab kuch janane ke liye video ko pura dekhiye achha lage to channel ko subscribe kijiye aur video ko share kijiye.. Airbrake-https://youtu.be/ekxWVwzJT2Y Follow me- Instagram-https://www.instagram.com/amit_pandey222/ Facebook-https://www.facebook.com/amitkumar.pandey.5 Twitter-https://mobile.twitter.com/nirmaamit222 Website-http://www.amittec.com
Views: 5934 Amit Tech
Elpedia Mini Project:Railway Signal
 
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Elpedia Level 1 workshop on practical Electronics ,one day workshop project(latest)
Views: 3817 blueinkinfotech

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