Urban and Suburban Rail Vehicles - New Challenges for Climatic Testing 31.05.-01.06.2012

 

Microclimatic requirements for railway rolling stock in Russia
Alexander Leksin, VNIIZhG (Russian Research Institute of Railway Hygiene)

 

Climate and operational simulation of a typical daily course for optimising regulation, thermal comfort and energy consumption
Ralph Hofer, SBB

 

Specific challenges for HVAC system design and practical climatic testing of the new DT5
Thomas Pahl, Hamburger Hochbahn, Torsten Howe, Bombardier

 

Increasing comfort and functional requirements for urban and suburban rail vehicles
Thomas Legler, Stadler

 

Climatic tests as part of the quality and validation process
Pierre Bruynseels, Alstom

 

New developments for urban and suburban rail vehicles require new test methods
Gabriel Haller, Rail Tec Arsenal

 

Severe extensive climatic tests for the new ALP45 locomotive for suburban application in North America
Ulrich Rothe, Bombardier

 

Climatic tests as an important part of the quality assurance process for the new RegioPanter

Jan Dostàl, Skoda Vagonka

 

Climatic tests for analysing HVAC energy consumption - results and further steps of the EcoTram project
Gregor Richter, Rail Tec Arsenal

 

Model predictive control for HVAC in light rail and metro vehicles
Martin Kozek, Vienna University of Technology

 

Validation of measurement methods and calibration of sensors and devices as a basis for high quality climatic testing
Manfred Kreitmayer, Rail Tec Arsenal

 

Key aspects for climatic tests in the Desiro Sochi project
Robby Stumpf, Siemens

 

 


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