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Railway Tracking Itellegent System

Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by SOURAVMANI, May 18, 2011.

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    May 18, 2011
    Hello every body! there is a lots of greater or mild disaster's in a track(railway) we seen day to day! in order to reduce it completely or partially we can do the following things!

    Let me tell the various types of the disaster which happens in the railway track's
    * Two trains traveling in a same track(opposite to each other)
    * Greater opening spaces in the tracks in the summer seasons
    * Soil erosion's in the Hilly (mountain) regions
    * Terrorist attacks in the train(by placing a bomb under the track)

    in this ways we have been seeing a great disaster in the railway's in which sometimes it leads to GIVE LOTS OF HUMAN LIFE'S and then probably some TIME DELAY"s

    To avoid such disaster's i have an idea!

    * just using the functionality of the sensors(temperature), transmitter and receiver we could able to reduce the accident's

    (for example)

    *just place a sensor under the track carefully
    *near the sensor transmitter should be placed.
    *the receiver for that transmitter should be placed inside the engine of the train(where the driver could easily identify the signals using the power of the alarm's )
    *whenever a temperature rises, the spacing between the two tracks(gap between the two tracks not the parallel the straight one) increases. this is compromised up-to certain inches. If it goes behind the compromising level the sensor starts to sense it then using the transmitter the signals are transmitted to the nearly arriving train(engine), the receiver picks up this signals and starts to give an danger sound using the alarm using which a train driver stop's the train.

    *Greatly we could escape from a cruel accident!

    thanking you.

  2. (*steve*)

    (*steve*) ¡sǝpodᴉʇuɐ ǝɥʇ ɹɐǝɥd Moderator

    Jan 21, 2010
    Trains are a very safe form of transport.

    Countries which have problems with high accident rates generally do so because of problems in maintenance, following procedures, or security.

    Security can be an issue, but the other two shouldn't be.

    Natural disasters are also an issue, but if washouts are occurring frequently, the issue isn't one of natural disasters but of poor planning, construction, or maintenance.

    Not much of this has a lot to do with electronics however.
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