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Volume 11, Issue 6 - Dec 2008
Volume 11, Issue 5 - Oct 2008
Volume 11, Issue 4 - Aug 2008
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Jun 2008
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Apr 2008
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Feb 2008
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A Study on Communication Safety and Evaluation Tool in Railway Communication System
Kim, Sung-Un ; Seo, Sang-Bo ; Song, Seung-Mi ; Jo, Chan-Hyo ; Hwang, Jong-Gyu ; Jo, Hyun-Jeong ;
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 11, issue 4, 2008, Pages 349~356
Put Safety-critical systems related to the railway communications are currently undergoing changes. Mechanical and electro-mechanical devices are being replaced by programmable electronics that are often controlled remotely via communication networks. Therefore designers and operators now not only have to contend with component failures and user errors, but also with the possibility that malicious entities are seeking to disrupt the services provided by theirs systems. Recognizing the safety-critical nature of the types of communications required in rail control operations, the communications infrastructure will be required to meet a number of safety requirements such as system faults, user errors and the robustness in the presence of malicious attackers who are willing to take determined action to interfere in the correct operation of a system. This paper discusses the safety strategies employed in the railway communications and proposes a security mechanism for Korean railway communication system. We present the developed communication safety evaluation tool based on the proposed security mechanism and also evaluate its protecting capability against the threats of masquerading, eavesdropping, and unauthorized message manipulation.
Durability of Carbon/Epoxy Composites for Train Carbody under Salt Water Environment
Yoon, Sung-Ho ; Hwang, Young-Eun ; Kim, Jung-Seok ; Yoon, Hyuk-Jin ; Kessler, Michael R. ;
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 11, issue 4, 2008, Pages 357~363
This study investigates the durability of carbon/epoxy composites for use on train car bodies under a salt water spray environment. Salt water solution with 5% NaCl, similar to natural salt water, was used for the salt water environmental tests. The specimens were obtained from a composite panel consisting of an epoxy matrix reinforced with T700 carbon fabric. The specimens were exposed to the salt water environment for up to 12 months. Mechanical tests were performed to obtain tensile properties, flexural properties, and shear properties. Dynamic mechanical analysis was used to measure such thermal properties as storage modulus, loss modulus, and tan
. Also FT/IR tests were conducted to investigate changes in chemical structure with exposure. The results revealed that fiber-dominated mechanical properties were not affected much by exposure time, but matrix-dominated mechanical properties decreased with increasing exposure time. Storage modulus was not very sensitive to exposure time, but glass transition temperature was affected, slightly decreasing with increasing exposure time. Although the peak intensity of FT/IR curves was affected slightly by exposure time, the peak shape and peak location of FT/IR curves were not noticeably changed. Carbon/epoxy composites used for this study were relatively stable to the salt water environment.
Design and Implementation of Beacon based Wireless Sensor Network for Realtime Safety Monitoring in Subway Stations
Kim, Young-Duk ; Kang, Won-Seok ; An, Jin-Ung ; Lee, Dong-Ha ; Yu, Jae-Hwang ;
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 11, issue 4, 2008, Pages 364~370
In this paper, we proposed new sensor network architecture with autonomous robots based on beacon mode and implemented real time monitoring system in real test-bed environment. The proposed scheme offers beacon based real-time scheduling for reliable association process with parent nodes and dynamically assigns network address by using NAA (Next Address Assignment) mechanism. For the large scale multi-sensor processing, our real-time monitoring system accomplished the intelligent database processing, which can generate not only the alert messages to the civilians but also process various sensing data such as fire, air, temperature and etc. Moreover, we also developed mobile robot which can support network mobility. Though the performance evaluation by using real test-bed system, we illustrate that our proposed system demonstrates promising performance for emergence monitoring systems.
A Study on RAMS Parameters in the Procurement Requirement for Rolling Stock
Chung, In-Soo ; Lee, Kang-Won ; Kim, Jong-Woon ;
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 11, issue 4, 2008, Pages 371~377
As a railway is receiving attention as an environment-friendly transportation mode, many high speed, inter-city and urban railway are constructed and remodeled in the world. With this trend, railway RAMS was included in the international standard IEC 62278 in 2002. RAMS activity in domestic market is also increased with this international trend. However, IEC 62278 does not describe the methodology of substantial contents like how reliability target is set although it can be used as an overall guideline when RAMS requirements are included in the purchase specification. That is because RAMS requirements should be set with the specific railway condition. It is required to fully understand the meaning of railway RAMS parameters and apply those correspond to the specific railway system and environment condition especially when a quantitative RAMS requirement is set. In this study, the meaning and characteristics of RAMS parameters applicable to the development of quantitative RAMS requirement of rolling stock is described. And the basic concept of RAMS and the definition of failure that IEC 62278 describes is modified and suggested in order to make more suitable to the development of quantitative RAMS requirement.
A Prediction of
Concentration and Measurement of Indoor Air Quality in the EMU
So, Jin-Sub ; Yoo, Seong-Yeon ;
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 11, issue 4, 2008, Pages 378~383
In December 2006, the Ministry of Environment Republic of Korea established the guideline which is "Indoor Air Quality Management Guidelines in Public Transportation." as control items,
(carbon dioxide) and PM10 (particle matter) are classified two categories, that is, Level 1 (non-rush hour), Level 2 (rush hour). Therefore, the quality of air in train and subway should be controlled in accordance with the guideline. We took a measure the air freshness inside train twice at Line 4 (Tangogae-Oido), in Sep. 2007 and at Line 1 (Dongincheon-Yongsan) in Nov. 2007, respectively and, also expected the emitted
concentration by using a property of matter such as EMU (Electric Multiple Unit) design reviewing specification and air. According to the measured values, the concentration of PM10 was 44, 57, 45% and the concentration of
was 39, 36, 44% respectively, all measured values are within the guideline and also, as a result we found the expected value and measured value are similar.
A Study on the Crushing Characteristic of the Ballast Gravel at High-Speed Railroad
Lee, Choon-Kil ; Kim, Nam-Hong ; Woo, Byoung-Koo ; Lee, Sung-Uk ;
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 11, issue 4, 2008, Pages 384~389
The ballast, one of track components, plays an essential role as intermedium in transmitting train load to subgrade safely, and the deterioration of ballast directly effects the growth of track irregularity. In this study, we determined the main factor of ballast deterioration was miniature of ballast gravel caused MTT (Multiple Tie Tamper) works and accumulated traffic loads. To estimate the deterioration characteristics of ballast, we carried out field test (Chap.2) through track construction for test and the model test (Chap.3) simulating the actual operation environment, have done a comparative analysis with the sample's result (crushing rate) of high-speed railroad running actually.
Study on Setting up the Quantitative RAM Goals for Rolling Stocks
Chung, In-Soo ; Lee, Kang-Won ; Kim, Jong-Woon ;
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 11, issue 4, 2008, Pages 390~397
Quantitative RAM (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability) is the one of the important indicator that shows the quality of rolling stock. It is usually required in the domestic and abroad purchase specification of rolling stock. And achieving and demonstrating the quantitative RAM goals is also required. In this study, the method to set up these goals will be proposed in the aspects of service and logistic reliability, operational, achievement or inherent availability and maintainability. And we apply this proposed method to the real operation data.
Investigation on Direct Driven IPMSM for Next Generation Locomotive
Kim, Min-Seok ; Park, Ji-Seong ; Kim, Dae-Kwang ; Kim, Jung-Chul ; Jung, Sang-Yong ;
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 11, issue 4, 2008, Pages 398~403
The propulsion for locomotive application has changed from the DC motor system to the induction motor system. Although the induction motor system has almost reached the stage of maturity, this system also needs to be changed to the PM motor system for the direct drive without using reduction gear. Thus, the IPMSM (Interior buried Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor) has been adopted to meet the locomotive driving specification. Where the wheel is directly dirven by the traction motor. In this paper, the investigation on IPMSM satisfying driving specifications for the direct drive has been performed using the advanced FEM.
Revision of the Railway Human Reliability Analysis Procedure and Development of an R-HRA Software
Kim, Jae-Whan ; Kim, Seung-Hwan ; Jang, Seung-Cheol ;
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 11, issue 4, 2008, Pages 404~409
This paper consists largely of two parts: the first part introduces the revised railway human reliability analysis (R-HRA) method which is to be used under the railway risk assessment framework, and the second part presents the features of a computer software which was developed for aiding the R-HRA process. The revised R-HRA method supplements the original R-HRA method by providing a specific task analysis guideline and a classification of performance shaping factors (PSFs) to support a consistent analysis between analysts. The R-HRA software aids the analysts in gathering information for HRA, qualitative error prediction including identification of external error modes and internal error modes, quantification of human error probability, and reporting the overall analysis results. The revised R-HRA method and software are expected to support the analysts in an effective and efficient way in analysing human error potential in railway event or accident scenarios.
An Input-Output Analysis on the Korean Railway Industry with the 2003 Input-Output Tables
Yoon, Jae-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 11, issue 4, 2008, Pages 410~416
The inter-industrial inducement effects of the korean railway services on the output, value-added, imports of the 403 industrial sectors of the korean economy have been computed by the input-output analysis technique utilizing the 2003 Input-Output Tables, which was published most recently in April 2007 by the Bank of Korea. The korean railway service industry produced \2,766 billion worth of passenger and freight railroad services in the 2003 year, and it has induced \1,701 billion worth of output, \781 billion worth of value-added, and \580 billion worth of imports of the korean industry as a whole. The energy sector industries such as diesel fuel, thermal power generation, nuclear power generation, crude oil, liquid natural gas, bituminous coal, liquid propane gas have been most affected by the korean railway services. Other industries mainly affected by the korean railway services include railroad car manufacturing, cleaning and decontamination, medical and health service, machinery equipment and rental, construction and maintenance, transportation related services, business R&D, property insurance, and telecommunication.
Travel Behavior Analysis of KTX Commuter Belt
Lee, Jin-Sun ; Kim, Kyoung-Tae ;
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 11, issue 4, 2008, Pages 417~423
Transportation planners are increasingly adopting policies aimed at changing travel choices made by general commuter. Theories on the relationship between high-speed technology and transport address changes in travel behavior of regional commuter due to alterations in the Kyung-Bu railroad transportation corridor. The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationships between travel behavior and high-speed technology. The KORAIL data allows us to explore the differences between travel characteristics that are usually hard to discern by guesswork. The effects of travel time were found to be significant in the full decisions that control for commuting KTX. Although many argue that transportation behavior cannot be changed, this paper demonstrates that about 4 years of behavioral data on KTX travel show otherwise. In this paper we explore several possibilities to fill in some of the gaps in our knowledge on the expansion of commuter belt.
The Spill-over Effects of Domestic Production of Light Rail Transit
Lee, Yeon-Ho ; Rhee, Young-Seop ; Cho, Taek-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean society for railway, volume 11, issue 4, 2008, Pages 424~432
This paper presents theoretical explanations about the spill-over effects of domestic production of light rail transit and empirically investigates its effects on output, value-added and employment in the Korean economy. We distinguish net gains of domestic production from gross effects that bring about whether localized or imported cars are used. The input-output analysis is employed to fully capture the interaction among various industries involved. The empirical results reveal that net gains of domestic production such as import substitution, improvement of trade balances, and increase in output, value-added and employment are enormous. The cost reduction in construction, E&M systems, cars, management, and tariff and transportation is also significant.