Platforms - planning of railway stations, Mechanical Engineering

Platforms:

Platforms are places where trains stop and passengers entrain and detrain. For BG operations, the length of the platform should be about 30 m.

Figure gives the typical cross-section of a platform for a BG track.

602_Platforms - Planning of railway stations.png

Figure : Cross-section of a Platform

The platform should be ramped at a gradient of 1 in 6 at the ends.

Posted Date: 1/23/2013 1:12:41 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Platforms - planning of railway stations, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Platforms - planning of railway stations, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Platforms - planning of railway stations Discussions

Write discussion on Platforms - planning of railway stations
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Q. Selection of Electrodes and Filler Metals? Only low hydrogen electrodes shall be used for SMAW of all carbon and low alloy steels, except for root pass welding of single wel

Materials requirements planning: Materials requirements planning (MRP) is a set of process for converting forecasted demand for a manufactured product into a requirement sched

Y ield stress and ultimate stress Yield stress: Yield stress can be defined as lowest stress at which extension of test piece increases without increase in the load. It is

What is Drilling It is an operation by which holes are produced in solid metal by means of revolving tool known as „Drill?. The various operations on drilling machine.


assumptions made in deriving a bending formula

Construction of steam turbine : CONSTRUCTIO N DETAILS: 1 . Casing: It is made out of cast steel. The casing has rotor inside it. 2 .  Rotor: It carries blades o

(a) Derive a mathematical expression to determine the efficiency of Bell Coleman Cycle. (b) A dense air refrigeration cycle acts between pressures of 4 bar and 16 bar. The air t

A 3-phase, 15-kV, 4-pole, cylindrical rotor synchronous generator is connected to a 50-Hz infinite bus. The synchronous reactance of the machine is X s = 0.6 ohms per phase and th

A mechanical System (two degrees of freedom system) is represented by the following two differential equations: m1x"1+(k1+k2)x1-k2x2=0 m2x"2-k1x1+(k2+k3) x2=0 Given m1=m2=0.5kg, k