R. V. Shalymov

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The process of staff training is a complex multi-task problem, one feature of which is the continuous education and connectivity between the different stages of an educational process.Important student interested in the end result in each of these steps and the understanding of the relationship between the skills and knowledge they obtained in the walls of(More)
The paper presents results of development of a system for railway track diagnostics. The system is developed on a base of integration of heterogeneous sensors (inertial sensors, receiver of the satellite navigation system, odometer and sensors of linear displacement). The key element of this system is the set of inertial measurement modules, based on(More)
Issues of application of regression analysis to data processing in inertial track monitoring system (ITMS) during multiple runs on the controlled track section are considered. Rail track diagnostics is usually ran rarely, so much time passes from the moment of the defect appearance before it is revealed. As a result of multiple runs of railway trains, the(More)
The paper presents the results of development of the Optical-lnertial System for Railway Track Diagnostics. It is demonstrated that in order to implement the solution at a speed of up to 430 kmph (used for example in South Korean high-speed train HEMU-430X, standing for High-Speed Electric Multiple Unit 430 km/h experimental) while satisfying the accuracy(More)
All parameters of the railway track are calculated as a function of the distance covered by the track measurement car. Hence the requirements to this path measurement accuracy are very high. Track geometry measurement requires rather accurate positioning of the revealed track defects. Odometer is the main tool for measuring the path traveled by the car.(More)
Available lack of qualified engineering staff is currently a serious problem for the industry of the country and the region. The subject of this article is a systematic approach to solving this problem within the ETU “LETI” and, in particular, the Faculty of Information-Measuring and Biotechnological Systems.
The report encompasses a number of problems concerning the use of integrated inertial technologies for dynamic diagnostics of railway track. Development of high-speed railroad transport in Russia imposes strict requirements to the railway flaw detection systems. Most of all those requirements apply to the measurement of dynamic interaction between the rail(More)
Aspects of the optical profilometers usage for control of the rail head internal surfaces and track diagnostics when used as part of a compact track monitoring system (CTMS) are considered. To determine a wide range of track geometric parameters, a position of the `wheel/rail' contact point in each cross section of track is required. Coordinates of the(More)
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