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A Study on the application of Computerized Systems Engineering Tool to Support RAMS Activities for Light Rail Transit Project
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the application of Computerized Systems Engineering Tool to Support RAMS Activities for Light Rail Transit Project
Lee, Seok Jeong; Choi, Yo Chul;
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 Abstract
There have been growing demand of Light Rail Transit(LRT) which have a lot of advantages such as construction costs lower than the recent subway, reduction of operational costs, availability of line planning, operation of railway non-beneficiary region, flexible operations of trains, unmanned operation and also have eco-friendly advantages, it is now becoming urban railway systems when environmental issues have been highlighted all over the world. Therefore, RAMS(Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, Safety) Process and activities for effective implementation of light rail transit projects have become a very important element, and also the utilization of computerized tools to perform these more systematically and productively is sought after these days. In this paper, we have presented a plan that can support the RAMS activities by utilizing the function of the computerized SE(Systems Engineering) tool(CORE). Through support of the computerized SE tool, it would be possible more clear and efficient railway project execution.
 Keywords
RAMS Process;Reliability;Availability;Maintainability;Safety;Systems Engineering;Railway Project;Computerized SE tool;Light Rail Transit(LRT);Urban railway systems;
 Language
Korean
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