Knorr-Bremse AG

Allemagne Prestataire R&D privé
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Moosacher Str. 80
80809 Munich
Allemagne
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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
Speculative and exploratory design in systems engineering
SPEEDS
2006 - 2010

Sujets :
Information Processing, Information Systems, Telecommunications
Participants :
Inria Paris - Rocquencourt
Inria Paris - Rocquencourt


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


Knorr-Bremse Fekrendszerek Kft
Knorr-Bremse Fekrendszerek Kft


Esterel Technologies
Esterel Technologies


Airbus Deutschland
Airbus Deutschland


Airbus Defence and Space GmbH
Airbus Defence and Space GmbH


Robert Bosch
Robert Bosch


Saaktiebolag
Saaktiebolag


Airbus France
Airbus France


Carmeq
Carmeq


Offis E.V.
Offis E.V.


Robert Bosch GMBH
Robert Bosch GMBH


Sodius
Sodius


Saab Aktiebolag
Saab Aktiebolag


Knorr-bremse Fekrendszerek KFT
Knorr-bremse Fekrendszerek KFT


Project on Advanced Research of Architecture and Design of Electronic System - Gruppo Europeo di Interesse Economico
Project on Advanced Research of Architecture and Design of Electronic System - Gruppo Europeo di Interesse Economico


Geensys SAS
Geensys SAS


Extessy AG
Extessy AG


Universite Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1
Universite Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1


Telelogic I-logix Israel LTD
Telelogic I-logix Israel LTD


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


SODIUS FRANCE
SODIUS

RUE ANDRE GIDE 1 75015
FRANCE
SAAB AKTIEBOLAG SVERIGE
SAAB AKTIEBOLAG
Industry

PO Box 703 Broderna Ugglas gata 1 58188
SVERIGE
KNORR-BREMSE FEKRENDSZEREK KFT MAGYARORSZAG
KNORR-BREMSE FEKRENDSZEREK KFT
Industry

SZEGEDI UT 49 6000
MAGYARORSZAG
PROJECT ON ADVANCED RESEARCH OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN OF ELECTRONIC SYSTEM - GRUPPO EUROPEO DI INTERESSE ECONOMICO ITALIA
PROJECT ON ADVANCED RESEARCH OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN OF ELECTRONIC SYSTEM - GRUPPO EUROPEO DI INTERESSE ECONOMICO
Research

VIA DI SAN PANTALEO 66 00149
ITALIA
GEENSYS SAS FRANCE
GEENSYS SAS

BP 50758 RUE ALESSANDRO VOLTA BATIMENT F4 44470
FRANCE
EXTESSY AG DEUTSCHLAND
EXTESSY AG

MAJOR-HIRST-STR. 11 38442
DEUTSCHLAND
UNIVERSITE JOSEPH FOURIER GRENOBLE 1 FRANCE
UNIVERSITE JOSEPH FOURIER GRENOBLE 1
Education

BP 53 AVENUE CENTRALE, DOMAINE UNIVERSITAIRE 621 38041
FRANCE
TELELOGIC I-LOGIX ISRAEL LTD ISRAEL
TELELOGIC I-LOGIX ISRAEL LTD
Other

2 CHAIM PAKRIS ST., TAMAR PARK 76100
ISRAEL
ISRAEL AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES LIMITED ISRAEL
ISRAEL AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES LIMITED
Other

BEN GURION INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 70100
ISRAEL
ROBERT BOSCH GMBH DEUTSCHLAND
ROBERT BOSCH GMBH
Industry

Postfach 106050 ROBERT-BOSCH PLATZ 1 70839
DEUTSCHLAND
OFFIS E.V. DEUTSCHLAND
OFFIS E.V.

Postfach 26121 Escherweg
DEUTSCHLAND
ENGINEERING CENTER STEYR GMBH & CO KG ÖSTERREICH
ENGINEERING CENTER STEYR GMBH & CO KG
Industry

STEYRER STRASSE 32 4300
ÖSTERREICH
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SPEEDS is a concerted effort to define the new generation of end-to-end methodologies, processes and supporting tools for safety-critical embedded system design. They will enable European systems industry to evolve from model-based design of hardware/software systems, towards integrated component based construction of complete virtual system models. SPEEDS aims at improving substantially the competitiveness of the European industry in this critical economic sector by marrying design competence with deep technical insights and theoretical foundations. SPEEDS partners are companies active in the entire supply chain: OEMs, suppliers, and tool vendors, supported by leading European research institutions. The technical pillars of the SPEEDS approach are: A semantics-based modeling method to: Support the construction of complex embedded systems by composing heterogeneous subsystems. Enable sound integration of new and existing tools. This modeling approach defines "rich-component" models to represent both functional and non-functional aspects so that efficient implementations can be derived from abstract models. Novel formal analysis tools and techniques to assess precisely properties of the system that will allow to explore architectural alternatives of implementation platforms and enable correct-by-construction designs. Compositionality and abstractions will make this approach scalable for large systems. A new tool-supported process ,Controlled Speculative Design, minimizing the risk of concurrent design activities by establishing formal "contracts" between inter- and intra-company design groups. SPEEDS targets a 60% reduction of development costs and a 40% reduction of development time for safety-critical embedded systems. Specifically, SPEEDS aims at: boosting re-use by 70% reducing integration time by 40% reducing change processing time by 50% cutting down the number of significant design iterations by 60%.

Source : Cordis  

Modelling and simulating of self-energizing brake system
2006
Auteurs : L. BALOGH, Stefano Bruni, Giampiero MASTINU, H. NEMETH, L. PALKOVICS et T. STRELI
Masquer le résumé
Using the very old idea, the wedge, there is a good opportunity to realize the self-amplified system. The basic idea is that the rotation energy of the brake disc can be used as an actuation source for the brake system. In this way, the additional actuation force comes with the intervention of friction. The value of the friction coefficient varies in a very wide range, and its effect is very important from the viewpoint of the control algorithm. The system can come to the instable state easier if the coefficient of friction-wedge angle pairs produce self-locking state. In order to analyse the behaviour of this self-energizing brake system, a mechanical model has been created including the accurate description of friction characteristics. This paper focuses on the modelling steps of the self-energizing wedge brake. A complete parameter analysis will be demonstrated in order to understand the model. The stability conditions of the model will be analysed.
Keywords :
Hybrid system ; Locking ; Modeling ; Friction coefficient ; Disk brake ; Mechanical system ; Wedge ; Friction ; Vehicle dynamics ; Brake ; Modelling ; Hybrid system ; Self-energizing ; Stability ;
Source : Pascal - INIST  

Workflow management for simultaneous engineering networks
SIMNET
1998 - 2001

Sujets :
Standards, Information Processing, Information Systems, Industrial Manufacture
Participants :
Oö Datenhighway Entwicklungs
Oö Datenhighway Entwicklungs


Siemens
Siemens


Eigner und Partner
Eigner und Partner


Knorr-Bremse AG
Knorr-Bremse AG


Ips Ingenieria de Productos Procesos y Sistemas Integrados
Ips Ingenieria de Productos Procesos y Sistemas Integrados


Technische Universitaet Clausthal
Technische Universitaet Clausthal


Beta Institute for Business Engineering & Technology Application
Beta Institute for Business Engineering & Technology Application


Oö Datenhighway Entwicklungs Gmbh
Oö Datenhighway Entwicklungs Gmbh


Eigner und Partner Gmbh
Eigner und Partner Gmbh


Knorr-bremse Systeme Für Schienenfahrzeuge Gmbh
Knorr-bremse Systeme Für Schienenfahrzeuge Gmbh


Ips Ingenieria de Productos, Procesos y Sistemas Integrados Sl
Ips Ingenieria de Productos, Procesos y Sistemas Integrados Sl


TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET CLAUSTHAL DEUTSCHLAND
TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET CLAUSTHAL
Education

ADOLPH-ROEMER-STRASSE 2A
DEUTSCHLAND
Beta Institute for Business Engineering & Technology Application NEDERLAND
Beta Institute for Business Engineering & Technology Application
Research

PO Box 513 Den Dolech 2 5600
NEDERLAND
Oö Datenhighway Entwicklungs Gmbh ÖSTERREICH
Oö Datenhighway Entwicklungs Gmbh
Industry

Haupstrasse 4/4 4040
ÖSTERREICH
Eigner und Partner Gmbh DEUTSCHLAND
Eigner und Partner Gmbh
Industry

Ruschgraben 133 76139
DEUTSCHLAND
Knorr-Bremse Systeme Für Schienenfahrzeuge Gmbh DEUTSCHLAND
Knorr-Bremse Systeme Für Schienenfahrzeuge Gmbh
Industry

Moosacher 80 80809
DEUTSCHLAND
Ips Ingenieria de Productos, Procesos y Sistemas Integrados Sl ESPAÑA
Ips Ingenieria de Productos, Procesos y Sistemas Integrados Sl
Industry

Plaza Del Ayuntamiento 13 46002
ESPAÑA
Hide objectives
The overall objective of the SIMNET project is to develop an advanced standard-based workflow management solution for simultaneous engineering within extranets.

Source : Cordis  

Qualitätssicherung durch modulare Bauweise am Beispiel von Bremssteuerungssystemen für die USA und Europa
2001
Auteurs : PETER BERGER et Jonathan PADDISON
Pas de résumé disponible
Source : Pascal - INIST  

Die Bahnindustrie in Deutschland: Mobilität, Qualität, Innovation und Umweltschutz
2004
Auteurs : Adrian GALETZKY, Christine LÖFFLER, Hartmut MÜLLER, Uta-Maria PFEIFFER et Oliver STEIN
Pas de résumé disponible
Source : Pascal - INIST  

Revolutionierung in der Entwicklung von Bremssystemen bei Lokomotiven durch Technologietransfer
1997
Auteurs : RICHARD E SINN et E. C. WRIGHT
Pas de résumé disponible
Source : Pascal - INIST  

Dezentrales Bremssteuerungssystem EP2002
2006
Auteurs : Sanjay ALBERT, ALFRED BEER, Sven NOWAK et Ulrich Weber
Pas de résumé disponible
Source : Pascal - INIST  





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