EMC Safety Case analysis of the Compatibility of Class 390 (“Pendalino”) trains with trackside Signaling & Telecoms’ infrastructure installed on the West Coast Main line. This work involved analyzing any train emissions and coupling paths (conducted and radiated) with respect to possible interference mechanisms with critical trackside equipment. This work formed part of the EMC Safety Case being prepared by the Prime for the in-service Qualification of the Class 390 train.
Providing the EMC Control & Management support on the HARS project which involved the re-signalling of 29 miles of track using the Sub-Contractors Solid State Interlocking (SSI) system. The customer was Network Rail. The complete system involved the installation of Signalling, Auxiliary Power and Telecoms’ equipment. Our experts undertook the task to define and write the EMC Management Plan, EMC Requirements Specification, Earthing and Bonding Management Plan and the Integrated Earthing & Bonding Strategy.
Provided the EMC analysis and risk assessment for the Overhead Line Sub-Contractor relating to the proposed removal of Booster Transformers on the Midland Main Line (MML) , along the 60km section of track from Borehamwood Feeder Station to Bedford station. The work consisted of carrying out a review of the 25kV electrification upgrade work over the route of interest and assessing the impact of removing the booster transformers and the introduction of secondary immunization measures along the route.