FOSphAT – Fiber optic sensing for permanent and holistic assessment of track

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Abstract

For the assessment of railway tracks, infrastructure managers use various measurement and evaluation methods. Thus, in-depth knowledge about track condition, rolling stock and executed maintenance actions is necessary for the assessment and can only be achieved by data analyses, data interpretation and the derivation of appropriate actions. The assessment of a track's condition is carried out mainly by analyses of data obtained with track-recording vehicles and manual inspections. Furthermore, wayside train monitoring systems (WTMS) are deployed at strategic locations and measure the load of trains, the condition of its wheelsets or the running performance. As a track needs to be maintained within its life cycle, several maintenance actions are executed.
None of the actual used monitoring and measurement methods provide a continuous and comprehensive monitoring of railway infrastructure and rolling stock.
This contribution elaborates the potential of distributed fiber optic sensing for railway infrastructure condition monitoring. Distributed sensors deliver continuous and permanent information for track evaluation by recording sense pressure changes in an optical fiber. These cables can be easily installed alongside specific track sections – in a cable trough or on the rail foot.
Originalspracheenglisch
TitelProceedings of World Congress on Railway Research
ErscheinungsortTokyo, Japan
Seitenumfang5
BandUSB flash drive
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - Okt 2019
Veranstaltung12th World Congress on Railway Research: Railway Research to Enhance the Customer Experience - Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, Japan
Dauer: 28 Okt 20191 Nov 2019
Konferenznummer: 12
https://wcrr2019.org/

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Konferenz12th World Congress on Railway Research
KurztitelWCRR
LandJapan
OrtTokyo
Zeitraum28/10/191/11/19
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Fiber optics
communication technology
monitoring
German Federal Railways
Monitoring
Cables
infrastructure
recording
Condition monitoring
measurement method
Rails
Optical fibers
Life cycle
Managers
Inspection
evaluation
life cycle
Sensors
manager
interpretation

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    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • !!Transportation

    Fields of Expertise

    • Sustainable Systems

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    Vidovic, I., & Marschnig, S. (2019). FOSphAT – Fiber optic sensing for permanent and holistic assessment of track. in Proceedings of World Congress on Railway Research (Band USB flash drive). Tokyo, Japan.

    FOSphAT – Fiber optic sensing for permanent and holistic assessment of track. / Vidovic, Ivan; Marschnig, Stefan.

    Proceedings of World Congress on Railway Research. Band USB flash drive Tokyo, Japan, 2019.

    Publikation: Beitrag in Buch/Bericht/KonferenzbandBeitrag in einem KonferenzbandForschungBegutachtung

    Vidovic, I & Marschnig, S 2019, FOSphAT – Fiber optic sensing for permanent and holistic assessment of track. in Proceedings of World Congress on Railway Research. Bd. USB flash drive, Tokyo, Japan, 12th World Congress on Railway Research, Tokyo, Japan, 28/10/19.
    Vidovic I, Marschnig S. FOSphAT – Fiber optic sensing for permanent and holistic assessment of track. in Proceedings of World Congress on Railway Research. Band USB flash drive. Tokyo, Japan. 2019
    Vidovic, Ivan ; Marschnig, Stefan. / FOSphAT – Fiber optic sensing for permanent and holistic assessment of track. Proceedings of World Congress on Railway Research. Band USB flash drive Tokyo, Japan, 2019.
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