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Offline 1borna  
#1 Posted : 22 December 2019 19:45:22(UTC)
1borna

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There are many school centers in the world with interesting layouts, so I think they deserve a special theme
I'll put some of which are known to me, I invite others to join later with his knowledge
history
1955
First system in the attic of the main building of the ETH Zurich
1978/1980
Commissioning in the new premises on Hönggerberg in two stages
1991
Modernization of the model railroad components due to heavy use and signs of wear
2009/2010
Comprehensive modernization of the entire system and addition of signal box and vehicle control technology with contemporary components

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Technical realization and model train
The entire system occupies an area of ​​around 50m2, contains approximately 600m of track and 7 stations. The track topology can be seen from the schematic representation. In reality, the track tracks circle the entire system between two stations. In this way, the travel times between the individual train stations are artificially extended in order to simulate realistic conditions during timetable operation.

On the part of the control and safety technology, all essential interlocking types can be represented: From the mechanical interlocking (Iggswil) from the early years of railway safety technology, to the so-called "switch mechanism" (Zetthausen), which embodied the introduction of electric drives at the beginning of the 20th century, all the way to In addition to ILTIS remote control technology, which is widely used in Switzerland today, the EBL offers faithful operator stations. The relay technology, which has been in use for many decades, is represented by the domino interlocking design (Do 67 - Ypslikon and Do 69 - Pewald). The Ypslikon station is based on original relay technology, which is located in a separate neighboring room, whereas in the course of the new renovation, the Pewald station with its extensions is controlled on a PLC basis
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Offline 1borna  
#2 Posted : 22 December 2019 20:00:52(UTC)
1borna

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Interesting program
OpenTrack Features
OpenTrack is a planning and simulation tool for railway operations, which has been developed in recent years at the Institute for Traffic Planning and Transport Systems at ETH Zurich. OpenTrack offers support for the following tasks:

business
Capacity determination of nodes
Capacity determination of routes
Finding capacity bottlenecks
Calculate train follow-up times
Occupation times of station tracks
Optimization of train runs
Determine the effects of interference on the overall network
Planning of construction sites in the network
Visualization of operational processes (vehicles, routes, signals)
infrastructure
Calculate different infrastructure variants
Determination of the need for expansion
Dimensioning of security systems
Management of infrastructure data using a graphical user interface
timetable
Calculate travel times
Check the feasibility and stability of timetables and connections, identify conflicts
rolling
Planning round trips, resource planning
Determine requirements for future vehicles
How OpenTrack works
The sequence of a simulation is shown in the figure above. Predefined trains move under the boundary conditions of the schedule data on a defined track topology. The mixed discrete / continuous simulation on the one hand calculates the numerical solution of the differential equation of motion of the vehicles (continuous part), on the other hand the discrete processes in the system (change of interlocking states, delay distributions) are simulated. During the simulation the track topology can be viewed in an animation mode. The moving trains, the prepared routes and the current signal positions are visualized. The simulation can be interrupted at any time so that it can intervene directly in the process and change certain boundary conditions if necessary.

After the simulation run, various evaluations are available:

Stretch / speed charts
track occupation
acceleration behavior
Logs of disabilities and disorders
Image timetables (graphic timetables)
Blocking time stairways
Tractive force curve, power consumption
Target / actual comparison of schedule data
The OpenTrack application
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!!! This document is stored in the ETH Web archive and is no longer maintained !!!
http://www.opentrack.ch/
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#3 Posted : 24 December 2019 11:01:49(UTC)
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Rockhampton in Queensland Australia is a major railway centre on the main northern line which extends from Brisbane to Cairns.

For many years, a school for signalling operations was located there, using a Maerklin layout.
I have not checked recently, but I have heard it was upgraded in the last 10 years in some measure.

I doubt it has the extent of the example in Zurich.

Kimball
HO Scale - Märklin (ep III and VI, C Track, digital) - 2 rail (USA and Australia) - 3 rail (English Hornby Dublo) - a few old O gauge.
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Offline 1borna  
#4 Posted : 24 December 2019 20:45:30(UTC)
1borna

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Teaching model H0 at the Faculty of Transportation Sciences in Zagreb
On February 13, 2019, at the Faculty of Transport Sciences in Zagreb, a solemn presentation of the scale model H0 was made by the railway modeler Robert Šlais in collaboration with several faculty professors. The dimensions of this impressive model are 3 x 7.5 meters and consist of 122 meters of track network, 104 signal signs, 65 switches, 2 LCPs and 4 official positions. It is computer controlled with iTrain software and is fully automated and manually operated. The model has 5 supervisory and management positions, 4 of which are for students and one for professors, and will serve as a tool for teaching students of the railway traffic direction.
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Croatian Rail signals are handmade
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The rail and trains are Roco
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Offline TEEWolf  
#5 Posted : 24 December 2019 23:08:40(UTC)
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Hello Borna,

it looks like, you want to train us all to be a real railroad assistants?BigGrin


Anyway, of course the DB AG has similar training possibilities. Just for your information:

https://www.db-training.de/dbtraining-en

http://www.eisenbahnbetriebsfeld.de/das-ebd/

The last one, EBD (= Eisenbahnbetriebsfeld - gosh please do not ask for a translation, perhaps railroad operational field or railroad operatioal working field?) is unfortunately not available in English. Whereas it is very interesting. EBD is a joint venture of


- Akademischer Arbeitskreis Schienenverkehr e. V. (AKA Bahn),
- DB Training Learning & Consulting und des
- Fachgebiets Bahnsysteme und Bahntechnik der Technischen Universitaet Darmstadt (TU Darmstadt).

I do not want to go into details. But this joint venture EBD works and develops with the DB AG (practical railroad), the Technical University of Darmstadt (theoretical institution) and the AKA Bahn (assocition of students interested in railway systems)

https://www.akabahn.de/homepage/

all about and around railways, theoretically and practically.

Of course most is text at this website, even they have a huge MRR layout as well. But a few pictures are published.

http://www.eisenbahnbetr...e/das-ebd/bildergalerie/

Happy X-mas time

TEEWolf
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Offline Unholz  
#6 Posted : 25 December 2019 07:42:03(UTC)
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This was the second training layout of the Swiss Federal Railways at Löwenberg, but it has been recently dismantled, and a private community is attempting to set it up again somewhere:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/40...95596224/in/photostream/
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Offline 1borna  
#7 Posted : 25 December 2019 09:19:21(UTC)
1borna

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Thanks, I know well the EBD I was about to present, but I don't think it's necessary anymore?
I have other training centers prepared that I will present in the next few days.
Offline 1borna  
#8 Posted : 25 December 2019 19:20:12(UTC)
1borna

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AACHEN UNIVERSITY
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In Aachen, in the early 60's, a large scale layout 0 was made to train various occupations on the railway
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Later, an electronic scale (ESTW) layout of H0 was made
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Last year, the completed new complex (Eisenbahntechnische Lehr- und Versuchsanlage, ELVA) was opened.
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http://www.via.rwth-aachen.de/elva.php
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#9 Posted : 03 October 2021 19:08:52(UTC)
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