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|Title:||Organization of Repair of Locomotives on the Data of Moni-toring Their Technical Condition|
|Publisher:||IOP Publishing Ltd|
|Citation:||Organization of Repair of Locomotives on the Data of Moni-toring Their Technical Condition / A. Buynosov, M. Yakimov, S. Sizy, et al. — DOI 10.1088/1757-899X/918/1/012151 // IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. — 2020. — Vol. 918. — Iss. 1. — 012151.|
|Abstract:||The article discusses the structure of the organization of current repairs of modern locomotives equipped with microprocessor control and diagnostic systems. Based on these sys-tems, remote monitoring of the technical condition of locomotive units has been implemented. The block diagram of the recommendatory nature of the organization of current repairs using diagnostic information is presented. The above algorithm allows predicting the residual life by any of the studied parameters, thereby determining the mileage at the moment of which a fail-ure occurs on some parameter. This gives a huge advantage in preventing incidents, as well as in the long-term planning of repair work on wheel turning and rolling, based on the remaining life. Thus, the well-coordinated organization of current repairs using diagnostic information, allows operational methods to eliminate the faults of the nodes. A recommender structure in the form of a single integrated system for organizing repair cycles will allow establishing links between the involved repair personnel in the form of electronic terminals for notification of the actual technical condition of the locomotive. A program has been developed for calculating the residual mileage of wheel sets for the corresponding types of defects, which also allows long-term planning for turning and rolling of wheel-motor blocks wheelsets, as well as to regulate the overhaul runs of a locomotive. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.|
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