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Safety control of railway stations design[edit]

Author: Jaroš Bernard

Diplomové práce 2003

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The diploma thesis deals with safety control of railway stations. The target of this control system, called interlocking plant, is to operate rail-yard components so that the possibility of rail vehicles collision is at the most excluded even in case of expectable failures in the system.

Electronic interlocks are relatively new type of interlocking plants (at Czech Railways operating since 1997). Safety of their operation is conditioned by software quality. In the thesis, two different ways of routing are designed. Their cooperation is to prevent effects of failures originating in electronical parts or from wrong settings. The application simulating railway traffic and its control by the technique used at Czech Railways’ electronic interlocks was built up in C++ to verify their functionality.

Dp 2003 jaros bernard.pdf