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Getting Trains into Service (Railtech '98). Edition No. 1

  • ID: 4433523
  • Book
  • January 1998
  • 128 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Reliability and service innovation in European rail

Getting Trains into Service features the proceedings of the 1998 Railtech event, a major European conference that brings together the industry's major innovators. Bringing together engineers of all disciplines, this event allows for an exchange of ideas and technology in an effort to improve the European railway system. This book focuses on innovations in the areas of process improvement, mechanics, logistics, and much more, providing insight into current and future projects aiming to get more trains on the tracks.
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C552/007/98 The Toronto transit commission's T1 Subway car 1

C552/043/98 The key to successful, cost-effective, independent safety audit 35

C552/081/98 How MM can add value to the business 41

C552/031/98 Whither QRA? 59

C552/037/98 Group standards and vehicle acceptance 69

C552/011/98 Commissioning trains 81

C552/096/98 Reliability growth in the rail industry 87

C552/016/98 The safety consideration of introducing new rolling stock on an adjacent railway system 101

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