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Performance Evaluation of Wheel Detection Sensor Using an Inductive Proximity Sensor for The High Speed Railway
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 Title & Authors
Performance Evaluation of Wheel Detection Sensor Using an Inductive Proximity Sensor for The High Speed Railway
Lee, Kwang-Hee; Lee, Jong-Hyun; Suh, Ki-Bum; Yoon, Suk-Han;
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 Abstract
Nowadays, the axle counter has been developed to the wide range of the track circuit blocks as well as the wheel detection device. The axle counter, as becoming an important device for the high speed railway, must be guaranteed in accordance with the safety. With considering the safety and the high speed, performance evaluation a wheel detection sensor is described in this paper. To increase the safety, digital proximity sensor instead of analog is employed in the wheel detection sensor. Therefor the wheel detection sensor can minimize noisy signals caused by the harsh railway environments. And, to meet the high speed railway requirements, the performance of the wheel detection sensor is also successfully verified using the speed simulator at the velocity 500Km/h.
 Keywords
Wheel Detection Sensor;Axle Counter;Digial Proximity Sensor;500Km/h;Safety;High Speed Railway;
 Language
Korean
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