Search:

Type: Posts; User: JLChauvin

Page 1 of 7 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    13
    Views
    2,456

    If that can help:...

    If that can help: http://www.up.com/customers/ind-dev/operations/specs/track/index.htm :)
  2. Replies
    2
    Views
    1,108

    Sd40-2 bn 8088

    Hello all,

    It was a long time since I posted here.
    Someone signaled me the presence of a "SD40-2 BN 8088" file uploaded under my name on the library. I never gave my permission to use my name nor...
  3. Here is a link to the Streamlines forum, with...

    Here is a link to the Streamlines forum, with some examples: http://www.streamlines.ca/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=311

    JLC
  4. I made some DRGW style signals with TSM, if...

    I made some DRGW style signals with TSM, if someone is interested.
  5. Replies
    84
    Views
    14,997

    As quickly as possible, it's to say, for UK and...

    As quickly as possible, it's to say, for UK and continental air-brake:
    62148

    I need to find the same document, on my archives, for vacuum brake. I know I have it, but no where!
    All my...
  6. Replies
    59
    Views
    9,116

    Boring, boring? What do you mean by boring?...

    Boring, boring?

    What do you mean by boring?
    Did you try to drive a "simulated" German train with SIFA, PZB and LZB activated in "expert" mode? Or to drive a Woodhead Class 76 or 77 "according to...
  7. One think is always amusing me in train simulator...

    One think is always amusing me in train simulator community, as a now retired train engineer since five years and train "gamer" since the beginning of MSTS and TrainZ, is the absolute denial of real...
  8. Replies
    66
    Views
    11,440

    Yes, and that don't apply to TrainZ "railway...

    Yes, and that don't apply to TrainZ "railway simulator" only, unfortunately...
    Hard to be heard, if not impossible, when trying to share actual rail experience to improve rail "simulation"...
  9. My PM box is now free. You have to edit and code...

    My PM box is now free.
    You have to edit and code sigcfg.dat and sigscr.dat with your signals.

    JLC
  10. Do you have drawings of signals and boom gates...

    Do you have drawings of signals and boom gates you need?
    May be I could do something for you if you have documentation, may be...

    JLC
  11. Replies
    11
    Views
    2,004

    Yes Jean and Paul, your solution is the less...

    Yes Jean and Paul, your solution is the less risky. And I forgot the problem of different speed for passenger and freight at the same point. I apply your method already... but I am loving to take...
  12. Replies
    11
    Views
    2,004

    I just finish to test a replacement method for...

    I just finish to test a replacement method for mile posts on an entire route in less than ten minutes, and this is the first time I try.
    That must work for speed post since this is the same kind of...
  13. Replies
    11
    Views
    2,004

    That could be very simple or very complicated,...

    That could be very simple or very complicated, since Speed Post data are installed almost every where.

    as an exemple for this speed post from speedpost.dat:

    Speedpost_Set (
    Name ( DRGW )...
  14. Replies
    3
    Views
    726

    This can be done in the sigscr.dat file with the...

    This can be done in the sigscr.dat file with the enabled function.

    You have to script the signal to be unlit (and SIGASP_STOP, SIGASP_STOP_AND_PROCEED or SIGASP_RESTRICTING) if not enabled and lit...
  15. Replies
    216
    Views
    45,620

    I agree with you on that point, as I already...

    I agree with you on that point, as I already wrote transport security in particular and industry security in general is a constant fight.
    An accident is never due to simple hazard nor an accident is...
  16. Replies
    216
    Views
    45,620

    Physic laws and transport security don't make...

    Physic laws and transport security don't make Politic nor Economic or even Morality... but are "only" bringing injury and death if neglected. Into USA, Canada, France and everywhere around the world.
  17. Replies
    216
    Views
    45,620

    I am an old retired French engineer, and I have a...

    I am an old retired French engineer, and I have a question: are you explaining ultra-slow speed limitation across town is the common rule, or didn't I fully understand your message?

    At light of...
  18. Replies
    12
    Views
    1,673

    And... Did you take a look on 6-ET Piping...

    And...
    Did you take a look on 6-ET Piping diagram on your document?

    You can find the same principle at the end of this pdf document:...
  19. Replies
    12
    Views
    1,673

    So from your research on the web the independent...

    So from your research on the web the independent only operated the locomotives brakes?
    I am very interested by your reference, could you give us some links?

    JLC
  20. Replies
    12
    Views
    1,673

    Yes, steam locomotives have "bail off" function...

    Yes, steam locomotives have "bail off" function (acting both on engine and tender )

    JLC
  21. Replies
    12
    Views
    1,673

    In the prototype, yes, the independent actuates...

    In the prototype, yes, the independent actuates brakes on tender, at least on the Westinghouse air-braked locomotives.
    In MSTS... no.

    JLC
  22. Replies
    25
    Views
    7,951

    In France, yes, most of the speed limitations are...

    In France, yes, most of the speed limitations are warned by one (or more if grouped) Tableau Indicateur de Vitesse (TIV, Seed Indication Board). The only exception is in case of decreasing speed, if...
  23. Replies
    25
    Views
    7,951

    Not so strange, for example CSX don't use distant...

    Not so strange, for example CSX don't use distant permanent speed restriction sign in advance of permanent speed restriction. Even today, British signalling rules don't systematically use "Warning...
  24. Replies
    5
    Views
    889

    If this is about brake, this is the last stage of...

    If this is about brake, this is the last stage of my work:http://rapidshare.com/files/650085648/AAR%20Brake_2011.pdf

    Hope this will help.
  25. Replies
    25
    Views
    7,951

    Good to know, thank you Kernell.

    Good to know, thank you Kernell.
Results 1 to 25 of 155
Page 1 of 7 1 2 3 4