Certified Operator Of Track Construction Machines Specialization Vorwagen (Examination By Ueeiv)
About The Course
Employees who are to be trained as front wagon operators are trained in this course in the areas of superstructure, routing, routing and switch height plans, machine technology, control and control computers e.g. ALC, measuring system of the tamping machine and rules in the superstructure.
Various exercises are carried out on our simulators of the guidance and control computers in order to deepen the specialist knowledge learned.
Conclusion and Goal
The course concludes with a written and practical certification test by the personnel certification body of the Union of European Railway Engineer Associations (UEEIV).
The aim of this course is to obtain the certificate "Certified front car operator". Certified front wagon operators have extensive knowledge of the track geometry and can operate the tamping machines efficiently and with consistently good results.
Participation in this course is open to anyone who is deemed suitable by the company. More detailed information in advance on request. It is an advantage if the employee has previous knowledge of track construction and/or experience with track construction machines.
Introduction of machine groups
Introduction of measuring devices
Introduction of control technology
Presentation of ALC software
elements of linework
Designation of the different bow types
Depiction of curvature and superelevation
Presentation of different types of ramps
inclination of the track
Track Marketing Plan
Superstructure (characteristics of the superstructure)
Structure of the track body
Forces on and in the track
Rails, sleepers, rail fastening
Bracing, seamlessly welded track or butt-gap track
Switches, crossings, rail extensions
Fixed points, transition old/new
Level crossings, bridges, ramps, platforms
Tamping and straightening work
Recognize obstacles and report or mark them in good time
Exercises with the ALC software
Handling of the measuring instruments
Elimination of a track geometry error in height and direction
Leveling and pendulum systems:
Control system (measurement and input signal)
Straightening system of the machines:
Track position error
Measure track geometry errors after track marking
Exaggerated/ not excessive
Introduction to the ALC
Handling/application of the software
Practical input of track geometry data
Exercises on ALC simulators and tamping simulators to deepen the theory learned
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