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News Article | May 16, 2017
Site: en.prnasia.com

SHANGHAI, May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The 12th edition of China International Rail Transit Exhibition (Rail+Metro China 2017)" will be held at the Shanghai New International Expo Center on November 21-23, 2017. The show is produced by China International Engineering Consulting Corporation, Shanghai Shentong Metro Group and Shanghai Intex Exhibition Company and under the strong support of the Shanghai Municipal Transportation Commission, the China Academy of Transportation Sciences and the CIPA Railway Industry International Cooperation Committee. The urbanization of China in recent times has seen large and medium cities rapidly develop their public transportation systems, to improve urban traffic conditions and reduce environmental pollution. The 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-2020) marks the start of China's new urbanization plan, with metropolitan areas set to further expand and traffic congestion expected to intensify to a point that strengthening market demand for urban rail transit will be prioritized even more than in past planning periods. According to the Government's approved construction plans, China's urban rail transit mileage will increase 854 km in 2017, and will reach 8,500 km by 2020, with rail transit construction and investment increasing year on year from 2017. With the new wave of construction in public transport infrastructure now in full swing, on January 17th 2017 the State Council issued a Notice on Several Measures to Increase Openness to Foreign Investment and Encourage Foreign Investment, making it easier for foreign enterprises to enter the Chinese market. The notice will open up China's market further by supporting foreign investment in infrastructure construction through franchise models, creating a more competitive environment in the process. And restrictions on foreign investors to the domestic market will be removed entirely in areas such as rail transit equipment manufacturing. Rail+Metro China 2017 will cooperate with AHK/GIC Shanghai, American Rail Working Group, RusExpo and other major international partners, setting project demonstration zone and holding project promotion events. Rail+Metro China is always dedicated to promptly conveying the most practical industry information and building an integrated trade platform. We believe 2017's show will hit a new high from every aspect and bring together all the industry's leading figures. November 21st to 23rd, 2017, we look forward to your participation! To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/railmetro-china-2017-to-be-held-in-shanghai-this-november-300452939.html


- La coentreprise de Bombardier effectuera 10 ans de travaux de révision sur 498 voitures du plus long système de métro au monde - Les systèmes BOMBARDIER ORBITA et Maximo réduiront le temps de maintenance et amélioreront la fiabilité et la sécurité du parc Note aux rédacteurs : Pour voir les photos associées à ce communiqué, veuillez visiter les liens suivants : Bombardier Transport, chef de file de la technologie du rail, a annoncé aujourd'hui que sa coentreprise chinoise, Shentong Bombardier (Shanghai) Rail Transit Vehicle Maintenance Co., Ltd. (SHBRT), a décroché deux contrats de services de révision de 10 ans de Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co., Ltd. visant 498 voitures exploitées sur les lignes 7 et 9 du métro de Shanghai. Ensemble, la valeur de ces deux contrats s'élève à environ 1,1 milliard de renminbis chinois (158 millions de dollars US, 145 millions d'euros). Bombardier détient 50 % des actions dans SHBRT, entreprise fondée en décembre 2012 et contrôlée conjointement par Bombardier et Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co., Ltd. Jianwei Zhang, président, Bombardier, Chine, a dit : « Shanghai exploite le plus long système de métro au monde et nous sommes très fiers d'avoir été choisis pour appuyer la mobilité croissante de cette mégalopole grâce à notre vaste gamme de produits, services et solutions de qualité. Le choix du client témoigne de la position de Bombardier comme fournisseur de solutions complètes pour l'ensemble de la chaîne de valeur en Chine. » Dans le cadre de ces contrats, la coentreprise de Bombardier assurera la révision des 498 voitures du métro de Shanghai, construites par une autre coentreprise chinoise de Bombardier, Changchun Bombardier Railway Vehicles Company Ltd. (CBRC). Pour effectuer les révisions, SHBRT utilisera des méthodes et outils évolués, comme le système évolué de surveillance des trains BOMBARDIER ORBITA et l'application Maximo Asset Configuration Manager. Ces outils de prévision hautement innovateurs et puissants pour la gestion des actifs et de maintenance de véhicules amélioreront la fiabilité et la disponibilité des voitures des lignes 7 et 9 du métro de Shanghai. Bombardier est le partenaire de mobilité stratégique de Shanghai depuis 1999. Au fil des ans, les coentreprises de Bombardier (CBRC, BCP, PBTS et SHBRT) ont obtenu des contrats de fourniture de plus de de 1 600 voitures de métro, ainsi que de systèmes de propulsion et auxiliaires et de services de maintenance. En 2015, la coentreprise PBTS de Bombardier a aussi obtenu un contrat pour le premier système de navettes automatisé de Shanghai. En Chine, Bombardier Transport est le fournisseur de solutions complètes pour l'ensemble de la chaîne de valeur. Qu'il s'agisse de véhicules, de systèmes de propulsion, de services ou de conception, Bombardier compte en Chine six coentreprises et sept entreprises entièrement sous contrôle étranger et plus de 6 000 employés au total. Ensemble, ces coentreprises ont fourni plus de 3 500 voitures de transport de passagers à grande vitesse, 580 locomotives électriques et plus de 2 000 voitures de métro pour les marchés croissants du transport collectif urbain en Chine. Bombardier Transport est un chef de file mondial dans le secteur des technologies ferroviaires. Elle offre la plus vaste gamme de produits et de services de l'industrie, couvrant toutes les solutions de transport ferroviaire : des trains aux sous-systèmes et à la signalisation, mais aussi des systèmes de transport complets, des solutions de mobilité électrique et des services de maintenance. En tant qu'entreprise innovante, elle réalise sans cesse de nouvelles avancées en matière de mobilité durable. Elle fournit des solutions intégrées très avantageuses pour les exploitants, les passagers et l'environnement. Ses produits et services sont en exploitation dans plus de 60 pays. Bombardier Transport, dont le siège mondial est situé à Berlin, en Allemagne, emploie environ 37 150 personnes. Bombardier est le leader mondial de la fabrication d'avions et de trains. Regardant vers l'avenir tout en repoussant les limites du présent, Bombardier fait évoluer la mobilité en répondant à la demande mondiale en moyens de transport plus efficaces, plus durables et plus agréables. Notre leadership résulte d'un vaste éventail de véhicules, de services et, surtout, de nos employés. Le siège social de Bombardier est situé à Montréal, au Canada. Nos actions (BBD) se négocient à la Bourse de Toronto, et nous sommes l'une des entreprises composant l'indice de durabilité Dow Jones Sustainability North America. Pour l'exercice clos le 31 décembre 2016, nos revenus ont été de 16,3 milliards $. Vous trouverez nouvelles et information à l'adresse bombardier.com ou en nous suivant sur Twitter : @Bombardier. Pour des communiqués, de la documentation connexe et des photos, visitez notre galerie de presse à l'adresse www.bombardier.com/fr/galerie-de-presse.html. Pour recevoir nos communiqués, visitez notre section fil de presse RSS ou suivez Bombardier Transport sur Twitter @BombardierRail. Bombardier, ORBITA et L'évolution de la mobilité sont des marques de commerce de Bombardier Inc. ou de ses filiales. Vous pouvez également adresser vos questions spécifiques à nos contacts mondiaux.


News Article | May 9, 2017
Site: www.marketwired.com

- Bombardier's joint venture to perform 10-year overhaul work for 498 metro cars operating on the world's longest metro network - BOMBARDIER ORBITA and Maximo systems to reduce maintenance time and improve fleet reliability and safety Note to editors: To view the photos associated with this press release, please visit the following links: Rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation announced today that its Chinese joint venture, Shentong Bombardier (Shanghai) Rail Transit Vehicle Maintenance Co., Ltd. (SHBRT), has been awarded two contracts with Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co., Ltd. to provide 10-year overhaul service for 498 metro cars operating on Shanghai Metro's lines 7 and 9. Together, the two contracts are valued at approximately 1.1 billion Chinese RMBs (158 million US, 145 million euro). Bombardier owns 50% of the shares in SHBRT which was established in December 2012 and is jointly controlled by Bombardier and Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co., Ltd. Jianwei Zhang, President of Bombardier China said, "Shanghai operates the longest metro network in the world and we are very proud to be chosen to support this megacity's expanding mobility by providing our broadest portfolio and top quality products, services and solutions. The customer's choice is a strong testament of Bombardier's position as a full solution provider across the entire value chain in China". Under the contracts, Bombardier's joint venture will overhaul Shanghai Metro's fleet of 498 metro cars, which were built by another Bombardier Chinese Joint Venture Changchun Bombardier Railway Vehicles Company Ltd. (CBRC). To perform the overhauls, SHBRT will adopt advanced methods and tools, including the BOMBARDIER ORBITA advanced train monitoring system and the Maximo Asset Configuration Manager application. Each is a highly innovative and powerful predictive asset management and vehicle maintenance tool that will improve the reliability and availability of the metro cars on Shanghai Metro's lines 7 and 9. Bombardier has been Shanghai's strategic mobility partner since 1999. Since then, Bombardier's joint ventures (CBRC, BCP, PBTS and SHBRT) have won orders to provide Shanghai a total of more than 1,600 metro cars, together with the propulsion systems and the maintenance. The SHBRT joint venture has also provided extensive maintenance services to Shanghai Metro with two fleet overhaul contracts as well as a ten-year services agreement. In 2015, Bombardier's PBTS joint venture also won a contract to provide the megacity's first automated people mover system. Bombardier Transportation in China is the full solution provider across the entire value chain. From vehicles and propulsion to services and design, Bombardier Transportation in China has six joint ventures, seven wholly foreign-owned enterprises, and more than 6,000 employees. Together, the joint ventures have delivered more than 3,500 high speed railway passenger cars, 580 electric locomotives and over 2,000 metro cars to China's growing urban mass transit markets. Bombardier Transportation is a global leader in rail technology and offers the broadest portfolio in the industry. It covers the full spectrum of rail solutions, ranging from trains to sub-systems and signalling. The company also provides complete transport systems, e-mobility technology and maintenance services. As an innovation driver, Bombardier Transportation continuously breaks new ground in sustainable mobility. It provides integrated solutions that create substantial benefits for operators, passengers and the environment. Headquartered in Berlin, Germany, Bombardier Transportation employs around 37,150 people and its products and services operate in over 60 countries. Bombardier is the world's leading manufacturer of both planes and trains. Looking far ahead while delivering today, Bombardier is evolving mobility worldwide by answering the call for more efficient, sustainable and enjoyable transportation everywhere. Our vehicles, services and, most of all, our employees are what make us a global leader in transportation. Bombardier is headquartered in Montréal, Canada. Our shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (BBD) and we are listed on the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index. In the fiscal year ended December 31, 2016, we posted revenues of $16.3 billion. News and information are available at bombardier.com or follow us on Twitter @Bombardier. For news releases, related material and photos, visit our media centre at www.bombardier.com/en/media-centre.html. Please subscribe to our RSS Feed to receive press releases or follow Bombardier Transportation on Twitter @BombardierRail. Bombardier, ORBITA and The Evolution of Mobility are trademarks of Bombardier Inc. or its subsidiaries. You can also contact one of our worldwide contacts for specific press inquiries.


Chen S.,Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co. | Ma Z.,Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co.
Modern Tunnelling Technology | Year: 2016

Design, construction and monitoring should be taken into consideration during shield tunnelling in order to ensure micro disturbance to the surrounding environment. Under the main runway of an airport, shield tunnelling in soft clay was successfully completed with micro disturbance to the environment due to the help of the numerical analysis of long- and short-term settlements induced by the shield construction and the proposed construction parameters from a test section, a new synchronous grouting slurry with great specific gravity, and real-time automatic scan monitoring with no prism. The results show that the proposed parameters satisfy the requirements of micro disturbance and the runway settlement was under control one year later after adopting the new synchronous grouting slurry. © 2016, Editorial Office of "Modern Tunnelling Technology". All right reserved.


Sun Y.,University of Maryland University College | Schonfeld P.M.,University of Maryland University College | Lu Y.,Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Company | Zhou M.,Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Company
Transportation Research Record | Year: 2016

A practical problem in the operations of Line 2 of the Shanghai Metro in China - the severe congestion at the Guanglan Road station - led to the proposal of a total cost (including both operator's and users' costs) minimization model for redesigning short-turn operations. Existing studies were extended mainly by relaxing the assumption that the fulllength route must be operated because this assumption was determined to be needlessly strict and could, therefore, lead to inferior solutions. Flexible models were designed to accommodate more complex combinations of train routes and to calculate potential waiting costs if no direct services were available for some origin-destination pairs. The method was tested through real-world case studies, and major findings were interpreted. Future research directions are also suggested. © 2016, National Research Council. All rights reserved.


Liu X.,Tongji University | Zhang L.,Tongji University | Li G.,Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co. | Wu H.,Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co. | Zhu Y.,Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co.
Modern Tunnelling Technology | Year: 2014

Based on a full-scale test to verify the ultimate bearing capacity of a shield tunnel reinforced with a composite cavity, a non-linear additive model that can be used to simulate the structural reinforcement of the shield tunnel is presented, in which the composite cavity and segment are defined by various materials, and the bi-directional spring unit is adopted to simulate the bonding between a non-reinforced tunnel and the composite cavity. Additionally, the effectiveness of the model is verified by means of a comparison with the results of full-scale test. Furthermore, the values of some key parameters are described and the stress on the tunnel structure and failure mechanism are presented based on the simulated results, thereby providing a reference for the reinforcement optimization of operated shield tunnels. ©, 2014, Editorial Office of "Modern Tunnelling Technology". All right reserved.


Yan J.-Y.,Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co.
Yantu Gongcheng Xuebao/Chinese Journal of Geotechnical Engineering | Year: 2010

There will have been 13 lines with more than 500 km in length for the rail transit in Shanghai by 2012. At the same time, the urban development involves the construction of underground space that requires deep foundation pits. As a consequence, researches on the influences of deep foundation pits on the existing neighboring tunnels have become an important task. Based on the foundation pit of Wheelock Square, some protection measures which should be considered during the design and construction period for protecting metro tunnels are introduced. It may be valuable for the foundation pits more than 10 m in depth and less than 10 m in length near tunnels.


Ai Q.,Tongji University | Yuan Y.,Tongji University | Bi X.,Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co.
Structure and Infrastructure Engineering | Year: 2015

Timely acquiring deformation of sectional profile is a proactive maintenance activity for ensuring the safety of tunnels. Metro tunnels, especially constructed by shield tunnelling method, are long span infrastructures need to inspect their deformations at many different positions. This is a vast amount of work if carried by traditional approaches manually. Some advanced technologies, such as terrestrial laser scanning, are also unable to carry out the work quickly and economically. However, only severe deformations that may lead to emergency action are required to be detected timely. Thus, the urgent demands for acquiring sectional profile of metro tunnel should be of fast in operation, accuracy under tolerable acceptance and competitive with cost efficient. This paper focuses on the method of acquiring sectional profile of metro tunnels by a cart equipped with charge-coupled device cameras. The geometric features of sectional profile are extracted from images by a series of algorithms based on photogrammetry. Using this method, the speed of acquisition is improved no less than 5 km/h with acceptable accuracy. An on-site application validates that this method is sufficient for screening out severe deformations in metro tunnel. © 2015 Taylor & Francis


Liu F.,Henan University of Science and Technology | Zhu H.,Tongji University | Yu N.,Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co.
Advanced Materials Research | Year: 2011

Based on the literatures and the existent researches, the study on segment joint of prestressed concrete lining has been carried out. The analytical solution for calculating the rotational angle of the joint are deduced with the calculation assumption. So the rotating stiffness of joint is obtained. Compared with the experimental results, the numerical calculation suggests that the theoretical equations are reliable. Study shows the slip length of prestressing steel strand near the joint is one key to calculate the rotational angle and rotating stiffness of joint. The matched curve of the slip length with joint bending moment is given in the paper, which can be described by logarithmic function. When the rotational angle of the joint is calculated, the slip length could be regarded as a constant to simplify the calculation. © (2011) Trans Tech Publications.


Bi X.,Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co. | Liu X.,Tongji University | Wang X.,Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co. | Lu L.,Tongji University | Yang Z.,Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co.
Tumu Gongcheng Xuebao/China Civil Engineering Journal | Year: 2014

Full-scale static loading tests were conducted on the ultimate bearing capacity of continuous-jointed segmental tunnel linings. The design of testing linings and loading schemes were firstly introduced. The test results, including the evolution of deformation, segment crack, joint opening and connecting bolt stress, were achieved. The bearing capacity and failure mechanism of tested linings were discussed and analyzed. It was found that the failure of tested linings was caused by the strength failure of its joints, implying that the joints should be taken with great cares during the structural design. Compared with the overload case, the unloading case is often more detrimental to the bearing capacity of tunnel linings.

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