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Peter Micenko - Aurizon

  1. 1. RISSB : TURNOUT WORKSHOP PLANNING OF TURNOUT MAINTENANCE SOME PERSONAL EXPERIENCE PETER MICENKO MAY 2014 BRISBANE
  2. 2. CONTENTS • INTRODUCTION • BASIC ASSET MAINTENANCE 101 • EXPERIENCES over 30 years – SOUTH AFRICA – AUSTRALIA • SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
  3. 3. ASSET MAINTENANCE 101 • KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE – ASSET OR EQUIPMENT REGISTER • INSPECT THE ASSETS – CONDITION • PROTECT THE TRAFFIC • ENTER THE CONDITION - WORKS MANGAGEMENT SYSTEM • PLAN THE REPAIRS • REPAIR/RENEW • CLOSE OUT
  4. 4. SUMMARISING ASSET MAINTENANCE PROCESS DETECT CORRECT INSPECT PROTECT
  5. 5. RAILWAY COMMON ATTRIBUTES • ALL DIFFERENT- tribes & teams • SOME ASPECTS ARE EXCELLENT • HAVE TO START SOMEWHERE – TRY / TEST SOMETHING – NORMALLY ANYTHING IS BETTER THAN NOTHING – REFINE-CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT – PERFECTION TAKES TIME
  6. 6. EQUIPMENT REGISTER • VARIES – INDIVIDUAL NEEDS – ORGANISATION NEEDS – SUPPORT • CAN VARY IN DETAIL BUT – NEEDS TO BE CORRECT – NEEDS TO BE KEPT CORRECT
  7. 7. EQUIPMENT REGISTER SOME IMPORTANT CRITERIA CAN BE:- • LINE CODE • LOCATION/STATION • POINTS NUMBER • KM LOCATION • SPEED / AXLE LOAD CAPABILITY • DESCRIPTOR OF POINTS USUALLY IN A SPREAD SHEET FORMAT
  8. 8. EQUIPMENT REGISTER FIELD OR DIAGRAMATIC • GOOD FOR VISUALISING & DISCUSSIONS
  9. 9. EQUIPMENT REGISTER • DESCRIPTOR OF POINTS • TYPE I.E. 1:9, 1:12 • RAIL PROFILE I.E. 30kg/m…. 60 kg/m • LEFT OR RIGHT • TYPE OF CROSSING • TYPE OF BLADES • WELDED OR BOLTED • TYPE OF BEARERS • METHOD OF OPERATION- ELECTRIC, HYDRAULIC, MANUAL
  10. 10. MAINTENANCE PLANNING turnout condition assessment • TECHNICAL • ECONOMIC • OPERATIONAL • ORGANISATIONAL • WITHOUT ALL FOUR ASPECTS CONSIDERED WILL NOT REALISE BENEFITS
  11. 11. MEASURE TO KNOW : MEASURE TO MANAGE • INSPECTION BASED • ESTABLISH THE CONDITION • Use to – PLAN THE REPAIR JOBS – MAINTENANCE PRIORITY • CRITCALITY of ASSET the BUSINESS • “FILE SAVE”- KEEP RETRIEVABLE RECORDS • ESTABLISH THE CONDITION AFTER WORKS
  12. 12. MAINTENANCE PLANNING turnout condition assessment • START WITH KNOWING WHAT ASSETS YOU HAVE - EQUIPMENT REGISTER • INSPECT YOUR ASSETS • WHAT TO MEASURE • OPINION • TEMPLATES • PHOTO GUIDE
  13. 13. AN EARLY TEMPLATE c1982• Nothing existing • Developed by local PWI • Simple & met needs • Location: Station, points number, points machine number, road, km • Type of turnout:1:9,48kg/m, monoblock, old switches, timber, • Used measurements for Turnout gauge locations & versine requirements & • Personal appraisal
  14. 14. CAPE WESTERN. C. 1990 TURNOUT ASSESSMENT • FIELD ASSESSMENT • MEASUREMENTS • RELATES GEOMETRY STANDARD • MEASURE & • CALCULATES AN INDEX
  15. 15. A SCORING SYSTEM
  16. 16. KIMBERLEY INSPECTION c 1998 • BIGGER PICTURE VIEW • Extend geometry measurements
  17. 17. QUEENSLAND RAIL TURNOUT INSPECTION • HAS SOMETHING SIMILAR • DEFINES THE TURNOUT • MEASURES GEOMETRY &CONDITION • GIVES SOME IDEA OF LIFE EXPECTANCY
  18. 18. • INSPECTIONS • DETERMINE THE CONDITION • CRITCALITY IN THE NETWORK • PLAN THE REPAIR JOBS • “FILE SAVE” - KEEP RETRIEVABLE RECORDS • KNOW THE CONDITION AFTER WORK MAINTENANCE PRIORITY
  19. 19. KIMBERLEY INSPECTION c 1998 • The importance of recording work done TRACK GEOMETRY VS TIME POOR CONDITION WORK PERFORMED ON TURNOUT GOOD CONDITION
  20. 20. TRACK CONDITION VS MAINTENANCE INPUT • THE EFFECT OF A CHANGE OF PHILOSOPHY MANHOURS RED= CONDITION AS TOTAL WORK REQUIREMENTS POOR CONDITION GOOD CONDITION
  21. 21. Job prioritization in NSW c 2002 • Model for rating jobs – Due Diligence - Safety, Operating Environment – Rail Safety, Reliability, Economic Benefit & Payback, Environmental impact – Condition- incidents, and rail safety • All jobs in one pot- Limited budget for MPM- Not turnout specific Due Diligence Programs Rail Safety Score Reliability Score Financial Score Environmental Score Due Diligence Safety Due Diligence Environmental Other Cyclic MPM Strategic MPM Ref Project No. of persons Injury class Ranking Score Prob. Customer Req not met Legislation breach Ranking Score Ranking Score Prob. Incident Code Incident Score Annual Score Ranking Score Prob. No. of Failures No. of Speeds Closure Y/N Trains impacted Ranking Score Prob. Payback years Ranking Score IRR Ranking Score Prob. Inside corridor Outside corridor Ranking Score TOTAL SCORE WEIGHTED SCORE M02-118 Cootamundra Yard. 429km Upgrade yard-stage 1 Cootamundra North Fork / M02-118 >100 F 10 10 10 M02-34 Joppa Junction to Junee. Resurface and profile 180 km various locations / M02- 34 0 0 N 0 0 0 C 5 100 6 H 1 1 N 900 9 H 10 6 L 1 2 2 23 6.5 M02-35 Joppa Junction to Junee. WTSA resurfacing 47 km various locations / M02-35 0 0 N 0 0 0 C H 500 9 10 10 L 3 32 8.95 M02-37 Joppa Junction to Junee. Profile rail grinding 65 km / M02-37 0 0 N 0 0 0 H B 800 5 M 1 1 N 450 7 H <5 8 L 3 3 3 23 6.15 M02-36 Joppa Junction to Junee. Ballast clean 12 km / M02-36 0 0 N 0 0 0 0 0 M02-38 Joppa Junction to Junee. Resurface 33 turnouts / M02-38 0 0 N 0 0 0 H K 50 200 4 H 2 N 900 9 H <5 8 L Y 1 22 6.2 M02-40 Joppa Junction to Junee. Renew 0.6 km security fencing / M02-40 0 0 M02-39 Joppa Junction to Junee. Renew 25 km stock fencing / M02-39 0 0 0 C N 50 250 6 L 1 N 5 1 L <15 2 L Y 1 10 3 W-125 Wallenbeen 414-416 km Down. Rerail 1.4 km Morrison's Hill / W-125 0 0 0 C B 800 9600 10 H Y 60 9 C 1 10 H Y Y 8 37 9.5 W-112 Cootamundra 431.65 km Up main Upgrade turnout Strattons Mill - Croker Carroll / W-112 0 0 N 0 0 0 H B 800 1600 8 H 1 1 N 900 9 H >15 5 L Y Y 2 24 6.95 W-118 Cootamundra 433.211 km Up main 1/12.1 SOTT-Replace 30 transoms / W- 118 >100 F 10 10 10
  22. 22. LOCAL QUEENSLAND APPROACH • PREVIOUS – LEGACY ISSUES – YOUNG ORGANISATION • DESIGN & MAUNUFACTURE LEAD TIMES • POSSESSION LIMITATIONS • MULTIPLE DISCIPLINES • ASPECTS WERE GOOD
  23. 23. A BETTER MOUSETRAP • CONCEPT BASED ON APPROACH TO LEVEL CROSSINGS • LIST WHAT WE HAVE- 991 TURNOUTS ON CQCN • VERIFY THEIR EXISTENCE • DEVELOP A CONDITION ASSESSMENT • LINK PROGRAMS TO TRAFFIC REQUIREMENTS • BEGIN AND CONTINUE THE INSPECTIONS – DOCUMENT THE RESULTS – TRAIN FOR UNIFORMITY – EATING THE ELEPHANT – CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT • STICK TO IT • USE THE RESULTS
  24. 24. TEMPLATE AND ASSESSMENT CRITERIA • IDENTIFY THE ASSET • ASSESS CONDITION • BUSINESS NEEDS • CURRENT USE – WORK IN PROGRESS – MAJOR YARD COMPLETE – EXPANDED TO 3 SUPT’S – PROPOSE TO EXPAND TO ALL SUPT’S
  25. 25. SOURCE OF INPUT condition assessment USE APPROPRIATE ASPECTS • ASSET REGISTER • DEFECT DATA BASE • FIELD MEASUREMENTS • FIELD EVALUATION • COMMENTS • PRODUCE AN INDEX USE FOR JOB &ACTION PRIORITY
  26. 26. IDENTIFY THE ASSET • Line NC, CL…………….Section (Yard / N/A) • Km (000.000km please) • Turnout Number / Points Number • Elec / Manual operation • Rail Weight 60kg, 53kg, 50kg, 47kg • LH / RH / Catch Points / Other • Points Protector • Ties (Con, timber) • V - Type (FAB, RBM, SNX or Swing wing) • Angle (1:8, 1:8.25, 1:10, 1:12, 1:16…….) • Installation date (Approximate age)
  27. 27. ASSESS THE CONDITION • Vee Condition ( 1 = Excellent / 10 = Red Board ) • Guard rails Condition ( 1 = Excellent / 10 = Red Board ) • Fastenings Condition ( 1 = Excellent / 10 = Red Board ) • Sleepers Condition ( 1 = Excellent / 10 = Red Board ) • Ballast Condition ( 1 = Excellent / 10 = Red Board ) • Formation Condition ( 1 = Excellent / 10 = Red Board ) • Drainage Condition ( 1 = Excellent / 10 = Red Board ) • GENERAL CONDITION RATING
  28. 28. INCLUDE BUSINESS NEEDS • Next Ballast Undercut Date Quarter : • Asset Renewal Year (based on above inspection) Quarter : • Criticality To Business • 4 = High (Main-Line (Designated Golden Asset)) • 3 = Moderate MGT's (Low Class Line) • 2 = Yard (Low Speed, Low MGT's) • 1 = Very Little Use • Actions required to extend Asset Life and improve General condition rating.
  29. 29. SUMMARY • KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE • MEASURE TO MANAGE- APPLICABLE MEASUREMENT • CONDITION REPOSITORY • PRIORITISE • SHORT, MEDIUM LONG TERM EFFORTS • LEAD TIMES /PROGRAMS • QUALITY • CONFIGURATION CHANGE/RECORDS
  30. 30. BIBLIOGRAPHY & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The following reference sources to illustrate and support this presentation is acknowledged with thanks. –“QR DETAILED TURNOUT INSPECTION” Template –AURIZON, Draft turnout prioritisation template. D. Judge –Various ex Transnet Freight Rail •SOUTH AFRICAN TRANSPORT SERVICES Permanent Way Instructions 1984 and subsequent revisions. •“Western cape switch tamper our experience”. E.S.Redman September 91” •“Produksiebestuurderkursus, 24 maart 1999”. Johan Bekker –POST GRAD THESIS- D. JUDGE

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