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SIEMENSProject Report On Industrial Summer Training

At: Siemens Ltd. Transportation and Signaling Division Delhi (June-July 2008)

Submitted by: Akshat Gupta (0981154905)

Bharati Vidyapeeths College of Engineering Paschim Vihar, New Delhi


CertificateThis is to certify that Akshat Gupta has successfully completed his 8 weeks summer industrial training from Siemens Ltd.,Delhi. His performance during the training period has been found to be satisfactory. During his tenure as a trainee he has maintained the decorum of the office.

Mr. Vijay Azad Senior Executive Engineer Siemens Site Office Paschim Vihar

Mr. Anupam Arora Senior Manager TS division Siemens Ltd.


AcknowledgementThe satisfaction that accompanies the successful completion of any task is incomplete without the mention of the people whose ceaseless cooperation made it possible, whose constant guidance and encouragement crown all the efforts with success. I am grateful to Mr. P. Tandon (Project Manager, SIEMENS LTD, New Delhi) for giving me an opportunity to enhance my skills as an Engineer by allowing me to join this esteemed organization as a trainee. I am also very thankful to Ms Chhavi Kumar (HR Personnel SIEMENS LTD, New Delhi). I am grateful to Mr. Anupam Arora (Senior Manager, SIEMENS Ltd., New Delhi) my project guide for giving me an opportunity to visit the site office, which helped me a lot in knowing about the practical implementation of a project. I wish to express my sincere thanks to Mr. Vijay Azad (Senior Executive Engineer, SIEMENS Ltd., New Delhi) for his invaluable guidance and support throughout my training. It has been a great experience to work under his supervision as he always kept my morale high and willingly cleared even the most trivial doubts of mine. I am very thankful to Mr Ravindra Chauhan and Mr. Dinesh for helping me a lot during the maintainance work at metro sites. Special thanks to Mr. Sanjeev Sharma (Administration Incharge, SIEMENS LTD) for his cooperation and help during my training work and project work. At last but not the least I wish to express my heartfelt thanks to staff of Transportation System Division, SIEMENS LTD, who helped me directly or indirectly throughout my training. While working on this Project I realized that a company like SIEMENS is not only a Store house of capable Engineers but also proficient managers and that every project done over here requires a true blend of technical and managerial skills. There is no substitution to Team Work; this is one of the lessons I learnt during my training in SIEMENS LTD. Akshat Gupta (Trainee) 3


Introduction Company Profile Transportation System Overview of DMRC Signaling in DMRC Overview of signaling o o o o Interlocking Overview of FTGS ATP ATS

Master clock Testing of Cables Power for Electric Trains Conclusion References APPENDIX


IntroductionSignaling system world over are provided not only to make optimum use of the existing line capacity, but also to provide safe train operation by reducing human dependence Rail signaling and safety systems provide smooth operation of suburban and mainline railways. They are complex facilities consisting of various subsystems and devices, which must be properly matched. Each component, from interlocking to point machine, is basic to safe railway operations especially in view of the increasing demands to be met by modern railway systems. Interlocking is a mechanism to check the route the train is going to traverse before clearing the signal and to prevent the clearing of signal when it is unsafe for the movement. Automatic train control systems from Siemens are an essential component of rail signaling and safety. It eliminates human error and ensures safety in train operations. It also controls points, to allow train to change the line. Track circuits, which used to detect train presences are also controlled by interlocking system. SCADA systems are typically used to perform data collection and control at the supervisory level. Some systems are called SCADA despite only performing data acquisition and not control. SCADA is the acronym for Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition. The supervisory control system is a system that is placed on top of a real-time control system to control a process that is external to the SCADA system (i.e. a computer, by itself, is not a SCADA system even though it controls its own power consumption and cooling). This implies that the system is not critical to control the process in real time, as there is a separate or integrated real-time automated control system that can respond quickly enough to compensate for process changes within


the time constants of the process. The process can be industrial, infrastructure or facility based.




Siemens was founded by Werner von Siemens on October 1, 1847, based on the telegraph he had invented that used a needle to point to the sequence of letters, instead of using Morse code. The company then called Telegraphen-Bauanstalt von Siemens & Halske opened its first workshop on October 12. In 1848, the company built the first long-distance telegraph line in Europe; 500 km from Berlin to Frankfurt am Main. In 1850 the founder's younger brother, Sir William Siemens (born Carl Wilhelm Siemens), started to represent the company in London. In the 1850s, the company was involved in building long distance telegraph networks in Russia. In 1855, a company branch headed by another brother, Carl von Siemens, opened in St Petersburg. In the 1950s and from their new base in Bavaria, S&H started to manufacture computers, semiconductor devices, laundry machines, and pacemakers. Siemens AG was incorporated in 1966. The company's first digital telephone exchange was produced in 1980. In 1988 Siemens and GEC acquired the UK defense and technology company Plessey. Plessey's holdings were split, and Siemens took over the avionics, radar and traffic control businesses

Chief Executives

Werner von Siemens (1847-1890) Wilhelm von Siemens (1890-1919) Carl Friedrich von Siemens (1919-1941) 7

Hermann von Siemens (1941-1956) Ernst von Siemens (1956-1968) Gerd Tacke (1968-1971) Bernhard Plettner (1971-1981) Karlheinz Kaske (1981-1992) Heinrich von Pierer (1992-2005) Klaus Kleinfeld (2005-2007) Peter Lscher (2007

The company has around 450,000 employees (in continuing operations) working to develop and manufacture products, design and install complex systems and projects, and tailor a wide range of solutions for individual requirements. The company has some state of the art production facilities in about 50 countries, which they harness to provide solutions to their clients in about 190 countries. For over 160 years, Siemens has stood for technical achievements, innovation, quality, reliability and internationality. In fiscal 2007, Siemens had revenue of 72.4 billion and income from continuing operations of 3.9 billion (IFRS). In India SIEMENS Ltd. is a leading electrical and electronics company. Established in 1922, it was incorporated as a company in1957 and in 1962 it was converted into a public limited company. It operates in the Energy, Industry, Healthcare, Transportation, Information, Communications and Components business segment. In addition the Siemens Group in India has presence in the field of Power Design, Renovation and Modernization of the existing power plants also it is present in the manufacturing of lightning and household goods. BUSINESSES OF SIEMENS Industry Energy Healthcare Cross-Sector Businesses Strategic Equity Investments Other Operations


R&D At Siemens:With about 50,750 patents, Siemens is one of the most innovative companies anywhere. The current spheres of innovation of Siemens are as under: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Sensor Technology Clean Energy Materials Research New Light Sources Medical Imaging Robots and Agents

Presence of Siemens in different segments in India:Energy: Siemens has commissioned Indias largest HVDC project. Information Technology: Siemens Information Systems Ltd. is one of the leading systems integrator and total software solutions provider with 1400 software developers working in India. Transportation: Siemens (TS) division manufactures state-of-the-art signaling, automation and Electrification equipment for railways and locomotives. Healthcare: Siemens medical provides full range of diagnostic, therapeutic and life saving solutions in India Communication: Siemens Public Communication India Pvt Ltd. provides network and switching products, design and commissioning for both basic and cellular telephony in the carrier segment. Lighting: Osram India Pvt Ltd. is a leading player in the Indian lighting industry. Osram introduced energy efficient T5 Fluorescent lamp in India. Also provided lighting for DelhiNoida expressway and implemented CAT 3 landing system at Indira Gandhi International Airport.


SIEMENS.Siemens, which has its headquarters in Berlin and Munich, is undeniably a Global Powerhouse in electrical engineering. It has more than 4,40,000 employees around the world working to develop and manufacture leading edge products, design and install complex systems and projects, and tailor a range of individualized services as varied as their customers' requirements. The Company operates some SOD-production facilities in over 50 countries by harnessing innovative technologies and comprehensive know-how , they help their customers in more than 190 countries meet their business and technical needs. Innovative solutions offered by their Energy, Industry, Information and Communication, Healthcare, Transportation, Lighting and Components segments as well as their Financing & Real Estate activities help improve living stan