2 edition of Maintenance management of U.S. Army railroad networks, the RAILER system found in the catalog.
Maintenance management of U.S. Army railroad networks, the RAILER system
by US Army Corps of Engineers, Construction Engineering Research Laboratories, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Champaign, Ill, [Springfield, VA
Written in English
|Other titles||Maintenance management of US Army railroad networks, the RAILER system.|
|Statement||by D.R. Uzarski ... [et al.].|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|Series||USACERL technical report -- M-94/01.|
|Contributions||Uzarski, D. R., Construction Engineering Research Laboratories (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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DTIC ADA Maintenance Management of U.S. Army Railroad Networks. The RAILER system: Demonstration of System Setup at Fort Stewart, GA Item Preview. Maintenance Management of U.S. Army Railroad Networks - The RAILER (railroad Maintenance Management System) System: Component Identification and Inventory Procedures [D.
Uzarski] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT OF U.S. ARMY RAILROAD NETWORKS- THE RAILER SYSTEM: DEMONSTRATION AT FORT STEWART, GA 1 INTRODUCTION Background The Railroad Maintcnance Management System (RAILER) is a member of the Engineered Management System (EMS) family being developed to support installation Directorates of Enginecring and Housing (DEHs) in managing maintenance and repair (M&R) activities for railroad track networks.
' The RAILER System for Maintenance i Management of U.S. Army Railroad Networks: RAILER I Description and Use by D. Uzarski D T I D. Brown D. E Plokin LECTE OCT 1 8 The U.S.
Army Construction Engineering Research Lab- /10 oratory (USA-CERL) is developing the RAILER system. RAILER SYSTEM FOR MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT OF U.S. ARMY RAILROAD NETWORKS: RAILER 1 DESCRIPTION AND USE.
FINAL REPORT. The U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (USA-CERL) is developing the RAILER system for managing the inspection, evaluation, and repair of Army railroad networks.
The U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (USA-CERL) is developing the RAILER Maintenance Management system for managing the inspection, evaluation, and repair of Army railroad networks.
The U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory has developed an interim railroad track maintenance management system Maintenance management of U.S. Army railroad networks RAILER I. Intended for use by engineers, technicians, and planners at U.S. Army installations, RAILER I serves as a decision support tool for identifying physical track assets, inspecting and evaluating track, identifying work needs, and plannning and.
In this paper an overview of the proposed U.S. Army Railroad Maintenance Management System (RAILER) and track evaluation concepts are presented. RAILER is to consist of subsystems for network definition, data collection including condition survey, data storage and retrieval, network data analysis, and project data analysis.
COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND INVENTORY OF U.S. ARMY RAILROAD TRACKAGE. Recognizing the need to effectively plan track maintenance and rehabilitation of the U.S. Army's 3, track miles at 81 installations, the U.S. Army, through the Construction Engineering Research Laboratory, has developed a preliminary maintenance management system call RAILER I and is developing an improved system.
Get this from a library. Maintenance management of U.S. Army railroad networks, the RAILER system: demonstration of system setup at Fort Stewart, GA. [D G Brown; D R Uzarski; Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.: )].
war when a civilian work force would be employed to operate the railroad. In the past, US Army transportation railway brigades, groups, battalions, and so forth; operated the theater rail system.
Rail units now supplement existing HN rail systems or control and operate a. Management of Army Rail Equipment This major revision, dated 31 August o Assigns U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command Life Cycle Management Command as the initial requirements document developer for all locomotives, rolling stock, and track maintenance.
developing the Railroad Maintenance Management System (RAILER) as a program for track inventory, inspection, maintenance, and repair. The Army prtiousOy had no standard, systematic approach to maintaining trackage on its installatiuT. railroad maintenance management system called RAILER.
When the system is completed, installation personnel of the Directorate of Engineering and Housing (DEH) will be able to U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory, P.O. Box. This report presents an overview of the proposed U.S. Army Railroad Maintenance Management System (RAILER) and recommends procedures for track evaluation.
RAILER will consist of subsystems for network definition, data collection, data storage and retrieval, network. OVERVIEW OF THE RAILER SYSTEM 15 U.S. Army Facilities Engineers are responsible for the maintenance of more than 3, mi of railroad track.
The track is dispersed in small lots and is analogous to industrial rather than commercial trackage. RAILER is a decision support system for track maintenance management developed at the U.S. Army Construction Engi neering Research Laboratory (USA-CERL) (1, 2).
It is cur rently being implemented at selected Army installations. The Engineered Management System for railroad track (RAILER) is one of several such systems developed as decision-support tools for Army facility managers. Get this from a library. The RAILER system for maintenance management of U.S.
Army railroad networks: RAILER I description and use. [D R Uzarski; D E Plotkin; D G Brown; Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.: )]. RAILER is a decision support system for track maintenance management developed at the U.S.
Army Construction En gineering Research Laboratory (USA-CERL) (1, 2). It is cur rently being implemented at selected Army installations.
Al though primarily designed for Army use, RAILER was. First, maintenance management prob lems, in general, are being reduced by using a railroad mainte nance management system called RAILER that was developed by the U.S.
Army Construction Engineering Research Labora tory (USA-CERL).Get this from a library! Maintenance management of U.S. Army railroad networks, the RAILER system: detailed track inspection manual.
[D R Uzarski; Construction Engineering Research Laboratories (U.S.);].Get this from a library! Maintenance management of U.S. Army railroad networks--the RAILER system: component identification and inventory procedures. [D R Uzarski; D E Plotkin; D G Brown; Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.: )].