Knorr-Bremse AG

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The innovations in the field of rail traffic are the response to customer's demands concerning globalization, urbanization, energy efficiency, safety and economy

Globalization

Reliability in extreme cold and hot conditions

Urbanization

? All-electric access systems by IFE: reliable access systems for fast, safe and disabled friendly access and egress, even in crowded urban stations
? Platform screen doors with media walls: platform doors for both the safe boarding and egress from metro trains plus the option of the provision of targeted travel information, entertainment and advertising through media wall
? Air conditioning systems

Energy efficiency

LEADER: reduction of fuel costs and CO2 emissions as a result of foresighted driving

Safety
? EDT101: effective protection against the serious consequences of the derailment of goods wagons
? Modular control systems for Electromagnetic Rail Brakes (MMBC): further functions such as automatic brake testing, heating and reduction in braking jolt
? EP2002: highly integrated award winning distributed braking control system
? EP Compact: intelligent braking control with UIC compatibility
Economy
? Air conditioning units with Air Purification System: more comfort for the passengers due to active air purification
? Wheel flat protection system
? Oil-free compressors: more environmentally friendly compressors with low life-cycle cost
? Knorr-Bremse participates in standardization committees and projects in order to increase the effectiveness of rail systems. Projects such as MODURBAN demonstrate: synergies between railway players lead to innovations and economical solutions for railway systems


Quelques documents de Knorr-Bremse AG
Precision and Ultraprecision Cutting and Grinding of Metals, Engine ering Ceramics and Polymers.
MINOS
1997 - 2000

Sujets :
Materials Technology, Environmental Protection, Coordination, Cooperation, Industrial Manufacture, Policies
Participants :
Knorr-Bremse Fekrendszerek Kft
Knorr-Bremse Fekrendszerek Kft


Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Budapest University of Technology and Economics


National Technical University of Athens
National Technical University of Athens


Knorr-bremse Hungary
Knorr-bremse Hungary


Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine
Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine


Kharkov State Polytechnical University
Kharkov State Polytechnical University


Technical University of Budapest
Technical University of Budapest


NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS HELLAS
NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS
Education,Other

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY DIVISION 42,28th October Avenue 42 10682
HELLAS
BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS MAGYARORSZAG
BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS
Education

Department of Manufacturing Engineering PO Box 91 1E211,Egry József u. 1. 1521
MAGYARORSZAG
Knorr-Bremse Hungary MAGYARORSZAG
Knorr-Bremse Hungary
Industry

Production Development Documentation 49,Szegedi Ut 6000
MAGYARORSZAG
Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine FRANCE
Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine
Education

Equipe de Recherche en Mécanique des Surfaces 2,Avenue de la Fôret de Haye 54516
FRANCE
Kharkov State Polytechnical University UKRAINE
Kharkov State Polytechnical University
Education

Material Cutting and Cutting Tool Department 21,Frunze 310002
UKRAINE
Technical University of Budapest MAGYARORSZAG
Technical University of Budapest
Education

Department of Electrical Engineering Materials 3V2/153,Goldmann Gy. Ter 1111
MAGYARORSZAG
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Foreseen Results These facts underline the importance of this project especially for CEE and NIS countries. The research covers the following phases: Modelling of UP machining and optimization of process conditions for different engineering materials; Development of complex methods for testing and evaluation of surface integrity; Development of combined processes for hardened steel parts; Experimental and industrial application of precision and ultraprecision machining; Advisory system development for users; Finally a report will be completed with the conclusions concerning both scientific and industrial issues. Proposals will be also given for further R & D and wider application.

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Reibungswärme beim Rollkontakt von Rad und Schiene
2006
Auteurs : Martin ERTZ et Klaus Knothe
Pas de résumé disponible
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Evolution von standardisierten Bremssystemen statt Innovation mit Risiken
2004
Auteurs : STEFAN AURICH, Günther GFATTER et MARC-OLIVER HERDEN
Pas de résumé disponible
Source : Pascal - INIST  

Scheibenwisch- und -waschanlage für Hochgeschwindigkeitszüge
1998
Auteurs : Günther GFATTER et D. LANG
Pas de résumé disponible
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Parametric excitation of a single railway wheelset
2000
Auteurs : G. LORANT et Z. Szabó
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This paper presents the results of analytical, numerical and experimental investigations of a single railway wheelset. Periodic parametric excitation is added to one of the simplest linear mechanical models. This extended model describes, for example, the geometric deviations often experienced on roller rigs. Above a certain critical speed, the stationary running of the wheelset loses its stability. To verify the analytical and numerical results for the critical speed, experiments were carried out on a simple roller rig having a large ratio of the radii of the roller and the railway wheel.
Keywords :
Experimental study ; Random excitation ; Sinusoidal excitation ; Parametric excitation ; Form defect ; Deviation ; Stationary condition ; Axle ; Wheel ; Analytical method ; Numerical method ; Critical speed ; Roller ; Railway ; Rail vehicle ; Mechanical model ; System with two degrees of freedom ; Equation of motion ;
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Secure propulsion using advanced redundant control
SPARC
2004 - 2007

Sujets :
Electronics, Microelectronics, Social Aspects, Innovation, Technology Transfer, Scientific Research, Transport, Economic Aspects, Information Processing, Information Systems, Safety, Aerospace Technology, Information, Media
Participants :
Centro Ricerche Fiat Scpa
Centro Ricerche Fiat Scpa


ams AG
ams AG


Engineering Center Steyr & Co Kg
Engineering Center Steyr & Co Kg


Knorr-Bremse Fekrendszerek Kft
Knorr-Bremse Fekrendszerek Kft


Manufacture Française des Pneumatiques Michelin
Manufacture Française des Pneumatiques Michelin


Cas Muenchen
Cas Muenchen


Continental Teves & Co Ohg
Continental Teves & Co Ohg


Daimler
Daimler


Duerr Assembly Products
Duerr Assembly Products


Etas Entwicklungs und Applikationwerkzeuge Fuer Elektronische Systeme & Cokg
Etas Entwicklungs und Applikationwerkzeuge Fuer Elektronische Systeme & Cokg


Freescale Halbleiter Deutschland
Freescale Halbleiter Deutschland


Georg Fischer Verkehrstechnik
Georg Fischer Verkehrstechnik


Iq Power Deutschland
Iq Power Deutschland


Koegel Fahrzeugwerke
Koegel Fahrzeugwerke


Rudolf Schadow
Rudolf Schadow


Siemens
Siemens


Simtec, Simulation Technology
Simtec, Simulation Technology


Yamar Electronics
Yamar Electronics


Haldex Brake Products
Haldex Brake Products


SKF Research & Development Co
SKF Research & Development Co


Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zuerich
Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zuerich


Irion Management Consulting GMBH
Irion Management Consulting GMBH


Daimler AG
Daimler AG


Engineering Center Steyr GMBH & CO Kg
Engineering Center Steyr GMBH & CO Kg


Haldex Brake Products AB
Haldex Brake Products AB


Koegel Fahrzeugwerke GMBH
Koegel Fahrzeugwerke GMBH


Cas Muenchen GMBH
Cas Muenchen GMBH


Knorr-bremse Fekrendszerek KFT
Knorr-bremse Fekrendszerek KFT


Iq Power Deutschland GMBH
Iq Power Deutschland GMBH


Deutsches Zentrum Fuer Luft und Raumfahrt E.V.
Deutsches Zentrum Fuer Luft und Raumfahrt E.V.


Duerr Assembly Products GMBH
Duerr Assembly Products GMBH


Julius-maximilians Universitaet Wuerzburg
Julius-maximilians Universitaet Wuerzburg


Georg Fischer Verkehrstechnik GMBH
Georg Fischer Verkehrstechnik GMBH


Freescale Halbleiter Deutschland GMBH
Freescale Halbleiter Deutschland GMBH


Continental Teves AG & CO. Ohg
Continental Teves AG & CO. Ohg


Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne


Simtec, Simulation Technology GMBH
Simtec, Simulation Technology GMBH


Etas Entwicklungs-und Applikationwerkzeuge Fuer Elektronische Systeme GMBH & Co.kg
Etas Entwicklungs-und Applikationwerkzeuge Fuer Elektronische Systeme GMBH & Co.kg


Universitaet Stuttgart
Universitaet Stuttgart


Rudolf Schadow GMBH
Rudolf Schadow GMBH


DAIMLER AG DEUTSCHLAND
DAIMLER AG
Industry

DAIMLERCHRYSLER POWERSYSTEMS POS/BDS MERCEDESSTRASSE 137 70327
DEUTSCHLAND
ENGINEERING CENTER STEYR GMBH & CO KG ÖSTERREICH
ENGINEERING CENTER STEYR GMBH & CO KG
Industry

DRIVE TRAIN ENGINEERING STEYRER STRASSE 32 4300
ÖSTERREICH
HALDEX BRAKE PRODUCTS AB SVERIGE
HALDEX BRAKE PRODUCTS AB
Industry

TECHNICAL RESEARCH DEPARTMENT PO Box 501 INSTRUMENTGATAN 15 26124
SVERIGE
KOEGEL FAHRZEUGWERKE GMBH DEUTSCHLAND
KOEGEL FAHRZEUGWERKE GMBH
Industry

PRODUKTENTWICKLUNG / KONSTRUKTION INDUSTRIESTRASSE 1 89349
DEUTSCHLAND
CAS MUENCHEN GMBH DEUTSCHLAND
CAS MUENCHEN GMBH
Industry

POWERTRAIN&CHASSIS VAHRENWALDER STRASSE 9 30165
DEUTSCHLAND
KNORR-BREMSE FEKRENDSZEREK KFT MAGYARORSZAG
KNORR-BREMSE FEKRENDSZEREK KFT
Industry

KNORR-BREMSE RANDD CENTER BUDAPEST SZEGEDI UT 49 6000
MAGYARORSZAG
IQ POWER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH DEUTSCHLAND
IQ POWER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH
Industry

IQ POWER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH INSELKAMMERSTRASSE 2-4 82008
DEUTSCHLAND
IRION MANAGEMENT CONSULTING GMBH DEUTSCHLAND
IRION MANAGEMENT CONSULTING GMBH
Other

IRION MANAGEMENT CONSULTING GMBH TAEGERMOOSSTRASSE 10 78462
DEUTSCHLAND
DEUTSCHES ZENTRUM FUER LUFT UND RAUMFAHRT E.V. DEUTSCHLAND
DEUTSCHES ZENTRUM FUER LUFT UND RAUMFAHRT E.V.
Research

INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS LINDER HOHE 51147
DEUTSCHLAND
DUERR ASSEMBLY PRODUCTS GMBH DEUTSCHLAND
DUERR ASSEMBLY PRODUCTS GMBH
Industry

PRODUCTMANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT KOELLNER STRASSE 122-128 66346
DEUTSCHLAND
JULIUS-MAXIMILIANS UNIVERSITAET WUERZBURG DEUTSCHLAND
JULIUS-MAXIMILIANS UNIVERSITAET WUERZBURG
Education

CENTER FOR TRAFFIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF WÜRZBURG SANDERRING 2 97070
DEUTSCHLAND
GEORG FISCHER VERKEHRSTECHNIK GMBH DEUTSCHLAND
GEORG FISCHER VERKEHRSTECHNIK GMBH
Industry

ENGINEERING JULIUS-BUEHRER-STRASSE 12 78224
DEUTSCHLAND
FREESCALE HALBLEITER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH DEUTSCHLAND
FREESCALE HALBLEITER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH
Industry

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING SCHATZBOGEN 7 81829
DEUTSCHLAND
CONTINENTAL TEVES AG & CO. OHG DEUTSCHLAND
CONTINENTAL TEVES AG & CO. OHG
Industry

CONTINENTAL TEVES ADVANCED ENGINEERING GUERICKESTRASSE 7 D-60488
DEUTSCHLAND
ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE FEDERALE DE LAUSANNE SCHWEIZ/SUISSE/SVIZZERA
ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE FEDERALE DE LAUSANNE
Education

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (STI), AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS LAB (ASL) BATIMENT CE - 3316 - STATION 1 1015
SCHWEIZ/SUISSE/SVIZZERA
SIMTEC, SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY GMBH DEUTSCHLAND
SIMTEC, SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY GMBH
Industry

RESEACH AND DEVELOPMENT HERMANN-BLENK-STRASSE 34 38108
DEUTSCHLAND
ETAS ENTWICKLUNGS-UND APPLIKATIONWERKZEUGE FUER ELEKTRONISCHE SYSTEME GMBH & CO.KG DEUTSCHLAND
ETAS ENTWICKLUNGS-UND APPLIKATIONWERKZEUGE FUER ELEKTRONISCHE SYSTEME GMBH & CO.KG
Industry

ENTWICKLUNGS-UND APPLIKATIONWERKZEUGE FUER ELEKTRONISCHE SYS BORSIGSTRASSE 14 70469
DEUTSCHLAND
UNIVERSITAET STUTTGART DEUTSCHLAND
UNIVERSITAET STUTTGART
Education

INSTITUTE FOR AIRBORNE SYSTEMS (ILS) Postfach 106037 KEPLERSTRASSE 7 70174
DEUTSCHLAND
EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE ZUERICH SCHWEIZ/SUISSE/SVIZZERA
EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE ZUERICH
Education

INSTITUTE OF ROBOTICS AND INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS, AUTONOMOUS SY RAEMISTRASSE 101 8092
SCHWEIZ/SUISSE/SVIZZERA
RUDOLF SCHADOW GMBH DEUTSCHLAND
RUDOLF SCHADOW GMBH
Industry

R&D WORLDWIDE HOLZHAUSERSTRASSE 26-32 13059
DEUTSCHLAND
SIEMENS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT Germany
SIEMENS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT
Industry

ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT GASOLINE SYSTEMS Postfach Wittelsbacherplatz 2
Germany
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The goal of SPARC is to substantially improve traffic safety and efficiency for heavy goods vehicles using intelligent x-by-wire technologies in the power train. To prove this standardised concept a SW/HW platform will be developed that is scalable down to small passenger cars (sPC) and be integrated there in. Natural motion is described by a vector (direction and velocity). The driver creates the desired motion vector, while being supported by an exchangeable HMI. Additionally a safety assistance and evaluation system (based on an interactive display information system using satellite navigation systems (GPS) and a smart camera to inspect the environment) creates another motion vector in parallel (the redundant vector). Both vectors are input to the Safety Decision Control System (DCS). The DCS will run on a central redundant cabin-ECU. The DCS will avoid accidents by compensating for driver failure probability (driver incapacity, dead man state) by generating a secure motion vector based on a comparison of both vectors. This secure vector will be passed onto the extended X-by-Wire power train. The switch from reactive active safety to preventive active safety created by the SPARC- vehicles will constitute a breakthrough in road safety technology by pursuing the following main technical objectives: 1. Development of an accident-avoiding vehicle using a DCS, which compensates driver failure probability (driver incapacity, dead man state, etc.). 2. Extend concept of heavy goods vehicle to full tractor-trailer combination. 3. Describe and validate clear SW/HW-interfaces for automotive redundant control systems to combine resultsfrom PReVENT, AIDE and PEIT. 4. Validate the scalability of the concept by transferring it from heavy-duty trucks to small passenger cars. Two validator vehicles will be built up. 5. Describe a harmonised homologation path for scalable SPARC safety system. 6. Ensure European technology leadership for in text truncated for the purposes of the ESR

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Mit der Z-AK über die Alpen : die automatische Zugkupplung im regulären Betriebseinsatz
1998
Auteurs : THOMAS STOERZINGER
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