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railway ppt for civil engg.

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The branch of Civil Engineering which deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the railway tracks for safe and efficient movements of trains is called Railway Engineering

BALLAST
RAILS
SLEEPERS
POINTS OF CROSSINGS
POINTS OF SWITCH
The rolled steel sections laid
end to end in two parallel lines
over sleepers to form a railway
track are known as RAILS The rails used in the construction of railway track can be divided into the following three types :

(1) Double Headed Rails (D.H. Rail)

(2) Flat Footed Rails (F.F. Rail)

(3) Bull Headed Rails (B.H. Rail)

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railway ppt for civil engg.

  1. 1. Submitted by :- ASHRAF MAHMOOD Submitted To:
  2. 2. WELCOME TO INDIAN RAILWAYS
  3. 3. RAILWAY ENGINEERING The branch of Civil Engineering which deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the railway tracks for safe and efficient movements of trains is called Railway Engineering
  4. 4. DIVISIONAL RAILWAY MANAGER OFFICE  THE DIVISION IS HEADED BY DIVISIONAL RAILWAY MANAGER. (Sushree .Archana Joshi)  DRM CONTROL ALL DIVISION.  THE KOTA DIVISION COVERS TOTAL 870KM IN 3 STATES 1. 732 KM IN STATE OF RAJASTHAN. 2. 120 KM IN STATE OF M..P. 3. 18 KM IN STATE OF U.P
  5. 5. CONTENTS 1. BALLAST 2. RAILS 3. SLEEPERS 4. POINTS OF CROSSINGS 5. POINTS OF SWITCH
  6. 6. BALLAST Ballast is the granular material usually broken stone or bricks single and kanker, gravel and sand placed and packed and around the sleeper to transmit Load from sleeper to formation Layer. Size = 20mm – 65mm
  7. 7. RAILS The rolled steel sections laid end to end in two parallel lines over sleepers to form a railway track are known as RAILS.
  8. 8. TYPES OF RAILS :- The rails used in the construction of railway track can be divided into the following three types : (1) Double Headed Rails (D.H. Rail) (2) Flat Footed Rails (F.F. Rail) (3) Bull Headed Rails (B.H. Rail)
  9. 9. 1. DOUBLE HEADED RAIL :- The rails having their head and foot of same dimensions are known as double headed rail (D.H.).
  10. 10. 2. FLAT FOOTED RAILS :- The rail section having their foot rolled to a flat are known as flat footed rails.
  11. 11. 3. BULL HEADED RAIL : The rails sections having their head of more dimension then that of their foot are known as bull headed rails (B.H.).
  12. 12. RAIL JOINTS 1.FISH PLATE JOINT 2.FASTENERS JOINT 3.SLIDE CHAIARS JOINT 4. JUNCTION PLATE JOINT 5.BEARING PLATE JOINT 6.CHAIRS
  13. 13. FISH PLATE JOINT
  14. 14. FASTENERS JOINT
  15. 15. SLIDE CHAIARS JOINT
  16. 16. JUNCTION PLATE
  17. 17. Sleepers Sleepers are members generally laid transverse to the rails, on which the rails are fixed to transfer the loads from the rails to the ballast and the subgrade.
  18. 18. TYPES OF SLEEPERS Wooden Sleepers Metal Sleepers Concrete Sleepers
  19. 19. W W W . U S T U D Y . I N
  20. 20. CONCRETE SLEEPERS
  21. 21. METAL SLEEPER
  22. 22. POINT OF CROSSING Point , crossing , turnout , cross-overs and such related terms are arrangement by which different routes either parallel are connected and offered the means for terms to move from one route to another route is called POINT OF CROSSING .
  23. 23. COMPONENTS OF SWITCH 1. A pair of stock rail. 2. A Pair of tongue rail. 3. Heel Block. 4. Stretcher bar. 5. Slide Chair.
  24. 24. A PAIR OF STOCK RAIL
  25. 25. A PAIR OF TONGUE RAIL
  26. 26. HEEL BLOCK
  27. 27. STRETCHER BAR
  28. 28. POINT OF SWITCH A SWITCH Consist of stock rail and tongue rail. A point is consist of left hand And right hand switch
  29. 29. SLIDE CHAIR
  30. 30. QUERY ????????

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