Construction of Online Monitoring System for Track Safety and its Vibration and Noise
Keywords:Intelligent operation and maintenance, Online monitoring, Line and track, Vibration and noise
In accordance with the requirements of intelligent and scientific maintenance and repair for rail transit, the on-line monitoring and intelligent assessment technologies for infrastructure safety as well as vibration and noise indexes are studied. In connection with the line status of the Shanghai rail transit network, typical line sections are selected to lay out the online status monitoring equipment so as to track health and safety indexes of rails and real-time noise and vibration levels. By means of online real-time data collection and synchronous analysis technology, the Shanghai rail transit online monitoring system for track safety status and its vibration and noise takes shape, thereby achieving real-time monitoring for on-site vibration and noise as well as safety status, and providing assistant decision-making reports in connection with relevant index systems and in accordance with relevant time periods.
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