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GLOSSARY (3200) ............................................................................................ 3 POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) .................................................. 14 POWER DISTRIBUTION - CONCEPT SCHEMATIC (3211)............................ 54 ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) ..................................... 66 ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) .................................................. 108 DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) ................................................................. 163 PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) ........................... 189 INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260).................... 227 TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) ..................................... 280

10. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280)..................... 351 11. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) ....................................................... 399 12. RAMS REQUIREMENTS SPECIFICATIONS (3310) ..................................... 439

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. ABBREVIATIONS.............................................................................................................................................. 5

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1. ABBREVIATIONS
The abbreviations used in the technical specifications for the KAFD Monorail system are given in the table below.

Abbreviation AC A/C ACS AFC AHU AI ALARP ANSI AO AOR AOSPS API
APTA

Meaning Alternating electric Current Air Conditioning Access Control System Automatic Fare Collection Air Handling Unit Analog Input As Low As Reasonably Practicable American National Standards Institute Analog Output Area of Responsibility Accurate Operation Stop Point System Application Programming Interface American Public Transportation Association Always Reporting Block (faulty track-circuit) American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and air conditioning Engineers, Inc American Society for Testing and Materials Automatic Train Control – Automatic Vehicle Control Asynchronous Transfer Mode

ARB ASHRAE ASTM ATC - AVC ATM

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ATO - AVO ATP - AVP ATR - AVR ATS - AVS AVM BLS BMS BOH BPSD BS BTmS BTcS CADD CBTC CC CC CCO CCR CCS CCTV CDRL CHS CIM CISPR

Automatic Train Operation – Automatic Vehicle Operation Automatic Train Protection – Automatic Vehicle Protection Automatic Train Regulation – Automatic Vehicle Regulation Automatic Train Supervision – Automatic Vehicle Supervision Automatic Vending Machine Blue Light Station (Emergency Trip Station) Building Management System Back Of House Bi Parting Sliding Doors British Standards Base Transmission Station Base Transceiver Station Computer Assisted Design and Drafting Communication Based Train Control Car-borne Controller of the automatic train control system Coupling Contactor Control Centre Operator Central Control Room Centralized Control System Closed-Circuit Television Contract Deliverable Requirements List Cable Head Switch Card Initialization Machine International Special committee on Radio Interface

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COM CPU DC DCP DCU DI DLT DMIS DOO DRACAS DVA DVR - DVRS D&P ECB ECO ECMS ECS EED E&M EMC EMI EN EPABX ESC

Communications system (Multi-services network, Telephone, Radio, …) Central Processing Unit Direct electric Current Design Control Point Door Control Unit Digital Input Direct Line Telephone Database Management Information System Departure On Order Data Reporting and Corrective Action System Digital Voice Announcer Digital Video Recorder Drainage and Plumbing system Emergency Call Box Emergency Cut Off Equipment Control and Monitoring System Environment Control System (Heating, Air conditioning,, …) Emergency Exit Door Electrical and Mechanical systems (Lifts, Escalators, Lighting, …) Electro Magnetic Compatibility Electro Magnetic Interference European standard Ethernet Private Automatic Branch eXchange Escalator

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ETSI FAS FCU FFL FMCP FMECA FO FOH FP FPS GAME GCB GPS GSS GUI HAZOP HEX HMI HVAC HVS ICS IEC IFM I/O

European Telecommunication Standards Institute Fire Alarm System Fan Coil Unit Finished floor level Fire Man Control Panel Failure Mode Effect and Criticality Analysis Optical Fibre Front Of House Fixed Panel Fire Protection System French : Globalement Au Moins Equivalent Group Circuit Breaker Global Positioning System Gas Suppression System Graphical User Interface Hazard and Operation Heat Exchanger Human Machine Interface Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning High Voltage Substation Integrated Control System International Electrotechnical Convention Interoperable Fare Management Input / Output

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IP IP IPBX ISDN ISDP ISO IXL KAFD LAN LCD LCP LD L&E LFAP LPS LRT LRU LSFH LSZH MCC MCP MFD MIL STD MMI

Ingress Protection Internet Protocol Internet Private Automatic Branch eXchange Integrated Service Digital network Integrated System Demonstration Program International Organisation for Standards Interlocking King Abdullah Financial District Local Area Network Liquid Crystal Display Local Control Panel Ladder Diagram Lift & Escalator Local Fire Alarm Panel Light and Power Substation Light Railway Train (metro) Line Replacement Unit Low Smoke, Fume and Halogen Low Smoke Zero Halogen Motor Control Center Motor Control Panel Motorized Fire Damper Military Specification Man Machine Interface

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doc 28 July 2009 Page 10 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .OCCR O/D O&M ORE PA PAIS PCD PCS PED PEDC Maintenance Management System Mechanical Switchboards Multi-Services Network Mean Time Between Events Mean Time Between Failures Mean Time To Repair Medium Voltage Substation French standards National Fire Protection Association Negative Isolating Switch Never Reporting Block (faulty track-circuit) Notice To Proceed Network Time Protocol Operations Control Centre Operations Control Room Origin / Destination Operation & Maintenance Union of Railways Public Address system Positive Automatic Isolating Switch Portable Control Device Primary Cabinet Station Platform End Door Platform Edge Doors Controller GLOSSARY (3200) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh MMS MSB MSN MTBE MTBF MTTR MVS NF NFPA NIS NRB NTP NTP OCC OCR .Vol 2 Part 2.

RAMS RIC RMU RSS RT RTU SAM SAMP SAP SCADA SCU Questions & Answers Rectifier Reliability. Maintainability and Safety Riyadh Investment Company Ring Main Unit Rectifier Substation Rectifier Transformer Remote Terminal Unit Security Access Modules System Assurance Monitoring Plan System Assurance Plan Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Station Computer unit GLOSSARY (3200) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Light and power substation.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh PIS PLC PMP POS PPHPD PSD PSDCU PTA PTI PVC PWR Passengers Information System Programmable Logic Controller Project Management Plan Point Of Sale Passenger Per Hour Per Direction Platform Screen Doors Platform Screen Door Control Unit Public Transport Authority Positive Train Identification PolyVinyl Chloride Power supply system (High voltage substation.Vol 2 Part 2. Availability. Traction power) Q&A R RAM .doc 28 July 2009 Page 11 / 496 .

Tests and Acceptance GLOSSARY (3200) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2.doc 28 July 2009 Page 12 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh SD SDMS SIG SIL SJT SPI SVC SVE SVT T&C TCB TD TMS TOC TOM TPS TSR TVM UIC UITP UPS VAC VCP VTA Sectioning Disconnector Signaling and Driving Modes System Signaling system Safety Integrated Level Single Journey Ticket Switch Position Indicator Safety Verification Certificate Safety Verification Engineer Stored Value Ticket Testing and Commissioning Track Circuit Breaker Track Disconnector Traffic Management System Take Over Certificate Ticket Office Machine Traction Power Substation Temporary Speed Restriction Ticket Vending Machine International Union of Railways International Association of Public Transport Uninterruptible Power Supply Ventilation and Air Conditioning Visual Control Panel Verification.

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B.M.TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 2 . / O. Number T Family A1 Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.Bouhier 31 Jul 2009 Date: 31 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 .M. Revision according to Hill Intl comment Revision: A1 Prepared by Name D. .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 16/06/2009 28/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author D.Massat Date 28 Jul 2009 Signature Checked by P.PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Title: Document number: KAFD Project SYSTRA Transmitter POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS PHB Phase PE Type SYS Discipline PWR Subject 3210 Doc. Davoust 28 Jul 2009 Approved by O. D.

...........................................20 3..................................7..........................................................7 EARTHING ............................................6......................................................................................................9 POWER FACTOR .............................................................................................................................................................................................13 PHASING & RETROFITTING ...........2 AC Switchgear...................30 4..............................23 4.........3 POWER SYSTEM REDUNDANCY .......................................................2 DATA SHEET .................................................7.............................21 PROVEN TECHNOLOGY .............................................................................................10 GENERAL .......26 4......................10 HARMONICS .................................................2 3............................................32 5.........................................................................................................................3 Vehicle Earthing...............................................................................................................................................................26 4...29 4..................................................1 General...........................29 4....24 4...........KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .............................................................................................................5 DC Switchgear ..........................................................26 4.............................27 4.......................................21 SYSTEM EXTENSIONS .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................22 LIMIT OF SCOPE ..31 5...................................................................2 PROVISIONS FOR FUTURE EXPANSION........................4 3............................................... POWER SYSTEM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS ..........................................................3 3........................6 3..19 GLOSSARY..............1 INITIAL POWER SYSTEM CAPACITY .18 1..............................................................................................................................................................................................................8 REMOTE CONTROL AND MONITORING ..........................................4 LIFE EXPECTANCY ...........................................................................5 3...........................................22 TRACTION POWER VOLTAGE ..........................................................................................................................................20 CONSTRUCTION PHASING ........7 3...........4 Transformer-Rectifier Units ................31 5.....................................................................................30 5......................................................................................................................................................................... Maintenance and Depot Earthing .............................................................................................................. PROJECT BACKDROP..................1 Protection..........................1...........................2 Workshop........................................................11 EMI/EMC..............................................27 4............................................... INTRODUCTION.............................................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1...............................28 4......................33 POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .........................................................25 4...........................................22 MEDIUM VOLTAGE NETWORK PERFORMANCE ...........................3 Lighting and Power Stations ......................21 ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS .......................................19 THE KAFD MONORAIL TRANSIT SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................................................................................26 4.................20 LINE CHARACTERISTICS.28 4..............................28 4..........................................................................................1...................1 General...........................1.........................................1................5 STANDARDIZATION ................................................................................................2 2...................32 5.32 5..................................................................................................................................................................doc 31 July 2009 Page 15 / 496 ..............................................1 1.......................................................................................1......................................................................12 NOISE............25 4.......................... POWER SYSTEM DESIGN REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................................32 5.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................21 THE POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM .............18 PURPOSE OF THE DOCUMENT............................8 3..............29 4........................................................................................1 3......31 5.......................................................................9 3..........................................................7........................................Vol 2 Part 2.................... 3................................24 4........1 APPLICABLE STANDARDS ...............6 POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM PROTECTION AND EARTHING .........................................................................................

....................................2 EARTHING CONCEPT .............................................................1 Safety of Persons .......... 10.........................1 7.............................................................47 POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .......................1 MV ac Medium Voltage AC Switchgear (For Information) .....5 DESIGN OF THE STRAY CURRENT COLLECTION SYSTEM ...............................46 10...........................................................6.........................................................................................................43 UPS ........................38 6.................................................42 TRACTION POWER DISCONNECTS AND TRANSFER SWITCHES ..........................................3 5........................................................................................................................40 7................................................2 7................................................................6........................................................................................................ SOLAR ENERGY...3 7.....................2 9.....................................43 EMERGENCY CUT OFF (ECO) ...............................7......................................................................................6................9 ENERGY RECEPTIVITY UNITS ...............................................3 Other Requirements .. SPECIAL TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT ........35 6....44 10...............46 10.................................39 6..........................8 MAIN LINE CURRENT COLLECTION SYSTEM .........41 CURRENT COLLECTION REQUIREMENTS ...................................10 SYSTEM WIDE CABLE SUPPORTS ...........................................45 10......................................................................................................................................4 DESIGN OF THE TRACTION CURRENT RETURN CIRCUIT .....................................................41 DEPOT CURRENT COLLECTION SYSTEM..................................................................................................................................45 10.......6 7.........................5 7...............................................37 6....................................................................................38 6..........3 LIGHTING & AUXILIARY POWER SUBSTATIONS ..........3 EARTHING STANDARDS.........7 TRANSFORMER-RECTIFIER UNITS ...................................................................................................................................................................................33 DEPOT TRACTION POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS ........doc 31 July 2009 Page 16 / 496 ..............35 6..................5 6..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................8 POWER CABLES ....................44 10...............2 Earth Grid System ........................................................................... DESIGN DOCUMENTATION ..........................................................................40 6..................................................................................... CONTROL OF THE POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM.........Vol 2 Part 2.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................36 6...............................................................................................37 6...............................................1 General...................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .................4 LIGHTING AND POWER FOR THE DEPOT COMPLEX ........1 TRACTION POWER SUBSTATION (TPS) .....................................................37 6...........................43 9............................34 POWER SYSTEM EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ....37 6....................2 DEPOT TRACTION POWER SUBSTATION ................7 7...............45 10.......................................................................44 EARTHING PROVISIONS ...........................................45 10..........................................................................................2 Over voltage and Lightning protection .......................................43 8.......................................................................................................45 10.......................................................................3 9..............................41 7..............................42 CONDUCTOR CONNECTIONS...............................33 TRACTION POWER CURRENT COLLECTION SYSTEM DESIGN DATA ...........5 EQUIPMENT DIMENSIONS ...............................................................1 GENERAL ................... 9..............................................................36 6.............39 6..................................................................7.................................................................................6..........................................................................4 SUBSTATION BATTERIES ..........1 9.....................................................................................................................................Riyadh 5...........................2 Rectifier .........................................................44 DIESEL GENERATORS .............35 6...........2 DC Switchgear ..............2...............46 11...............................................................38 6..................................44 SAFETY TOOLS........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................39 6..4 7........................................................................................................11 PASSENGER STATION SERVICE TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY .............................46 10...........................43 BACK-UP POWER SUPPLIES ..... TRACTION POWER CURRENT COLLECTION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS.................................................................................................................41 MAINTENANCE SHOP TRACTION POWER SUPPLIES ............................................................................................................................6 SWITCHGEAR ...37 6......42 SAFETY .....................................................................................................................2.......................1 Rectifier Transformer.......6.4 5................6 EARTHING PROVISIONS ................................12 SPARE PARTS...........

..1 System Capacity .......................52 GENERAL ..........3 POWER SYSTEM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS ......doc 31 July 2009 Page 17 / 496 ...............1 GENERAL .......48 12..........................................................................2 14............................................................................................................................3.................................................................................48 12.................................2 14...............Riyadh 12..................... AVAILABILITY. MAINTAINABILITY AND SAFETY........................................................................................................................................................................................... 13........2 Safety Plan ...............................................................................................................................................2 SYSTEM RAMS PLANS .......3...............51 MAIN LINE TRACTION POWER ..............................................................Vol 2 Part 2....48 12............................................3 Safety Requirements .........................50 12................................................................4 Maintainability.......................................................................................1 14......... RELIABILITY........................3 Expandability .......KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ......................................3 CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR THE TRACTION POWER SYSTEM ................................................................2................................ 14........................................2 Availability ..................................................................................................................2....................................50 12................2......................................................................................48 12.......................................................................................................................................................1 13.................50 12................50 13....................................................................52 DESIGN REVIEWS ...........................52 POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .............1 RAM plan ..................3.....................................52 INSPECTION AND TEST .......................................................3.....49 12..................................................50 12............................................51 DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS .....................................48 12....51 DEPOT TRACTION POWER SUBSTATION .................................................................................................................

1 Project backdrop The objective of this Project is to provide public transport services to passengers travelling within the area of King Abdullah Financial District.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . totally elevated with a satisfactorily level of integration into the whole KAFD development. The present document will intent to describe the main guidelines for possible choice for the Systems (Rolling Stock. hotel complexes and street network.Riyadh 1. Signalling …) and the Mechanical. with air conditioned trains and stations. In addition as Monorail technology is a quite small segment of worldwide mass transit system there are only a very limited number of major and strong manufacturers with quite proven and proprietary solution. of the KAFD Monorail System. he could raise his concerns to the Client and offer alternative solutions. in keeping with the image of the KAFD Development. Such system will comprise a one track line in circular configuration. Should the tenderer feel disadvantaged because of a difficult or unnecessary requirement. Introduction 1. buildings. One major characteristic and challenge of this project is the full integration of the stations inside buildings/attractors. Electrical and Plumbing systems (in abbreviation: E&M). This document is written with the objective to produce a flexible tender documentation and should not be considered as a restrictive description. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The intended tender process shall be driven mostly by functional and performance requirements and should be read as a reference.doc 31 July 2009 Page 18 / 496 .Vol 2 Part 2.modern urban transit system. The Monorail System should be a state of the art ultra. the notion of concept/feasibility is not really applicable as these elements are quite standard for mass transit system. Telecommunication. Nevertheless in the case of the Systems and E&M. using the KAFD Monorail System.

it is understood that these specific requirements represent the current state-of-the-art adopted by the industry and should be read as a reference. The Employer will favourably consider alternatives that strictly match the intended functional requirements without compromising essential factors such as RAMS and aesthetics.Vol 2 Part 2. Glossary AC CC CHS DC ECO ECMS GCB LPS MTTR NIS OCC PAIS PCS PLC PPHPD R RMU RT RTU SD TCB TD Alternating Current Coupling Contactor Cable Head Switch Direct Current Emergency Cut Off Equipment Control & Monitoring System Group Circuit Breaker Lighting and Power Substation Mean time to Repair Negative Isolating Switch Operating Control Centre Positive Automatic Isolating Switch Primary Cabinet Station Programmable Logic Controller Passengers Per Hour Per Direction Rectifier Ring Main Unit Rectifier Transformer Remote Terminal Unit Sectioning Disconnector Track Circuit Breaker Track Disconnector POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . While certain clauses prescribe specific values. The Employer and its Consultant have deployed their utmost efforts to produce a flexible tender documentation. Should the contractor feel disadvantaged because of a harsh or unnecessary requirement. delivery. manufacture. testing and commissioning of the power supply and all associated systems and components of the KAFD Monorail Transit System Project. It is stressed that the intended procurement process shall be driven mostly by functional and performance requirements.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 2. although the specific technical documents attached herein may seem at times rather restrictive. characteristics or solutions to be conformed to by the Contractor.Riyadh 1. installation.2 Purpose of the document This specific technical document specifies the requirements for the design. he is invited to raise his concerns to the Employer and offer alternative solutions.doc 31 July 2009 Page 19 / 496 .

The Transit System will aesthetically match these characteristics. providing an unobtrusive environmentally friendly means for conveying the areas residents.2 Line Characteristics The transit system will be running elevated from 6 to 12 meters above ground. The KAFD Monorail Transit System 3. The KAFD Monorail Transit System will have 6 stations as shown on figure below.Riyadh TPS UPS V VCP Traction Power Substation Uninterruptible Power Supply Volt Visual Control Panel The entity in the KAFD District responsible to supply the 13.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 31 July 2009 Page 20 / 496 .1 General The area to be served by the KAFD Monorail Transit System consists of high quality residential and commercial developments set in landscaped park like settings. workers and visitors between the main transportation nodes established at transfer stations… 3. STATION 1 STATION 2 STATION 6 MOST LOADED SECTION STATION 3 STATION 5 STATION 4 POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .8 kVAC power supply to the KAFD Monorail System Electric Utility 3.Vol 2 Part 2.

auxiliaries and in particular the air-conditioning equipment that is essential to all passenger and technical rooms. consisting of a purposely designed system of power cables and exposed conductor wires or rails that enables the sliding contacts or shoes attached to the Transit Vehicle to collect power continuously and uninterruptedly except in the case of approved gaps. The electrical apparatuses will be protected against lightning. The low voltage distribution system that supplies power to the Passenger Stations and other ancillary buildings including the depot and workshop for lighting. please refer to Electromechanical Performance Specifications.doc 31 July 2009 Page 21 / 496 .Riyadh 3. 3. as it moves along the alignment. The Negative Return System consisting of power cables bars and connections to Traction Power Sub Stations that completes the power circuit from the Transit Vehicle. Protection is required against fine grade sand (IP54). - - - POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .5 Environmental Parameters The outside conditions to be considered in the design are the following: Dry bulb temperature: Min temperature: + 47° C DB + 7° C For other environmental conditions. the Depot Substation and Lighting and Power substations in each of the Passenger Stations. The Power Supply System shall consist of effectively 6 inter-related sub-networks: The Medium Voltage distribution system consisting of a dedicated network of two AC rings connected from the KAFD Electric Utility feeder points to connecting switches and Main Units in each of the Traction Power Sub Stations. The Traction Power Current Collection System. The system shall be designed to operate in the environmental constraints as above mentioned. 3.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 3.Vol 2 Part 2. Particular care shall be taken to consider the long term effect on materials subjected to exposure to sunlight and high ambient. The Traction Power Distribution System consisting of remotely controlled Transformer Rectifier Sub Stations sited in purpose built architecturally designed buildings along the alignment and at the depot that are connected to the Traction Power Current Collection System. The Earthing and Bonding System that will ensure the safety and environmental integrity of the System.4 System Extensions There is no extension foreseen at this stage of the study. Particular care shall be taken regarding the temperature inside closed boxes where it may rise substantially as a result of exposure to continuous sunlight. according to the characteristics of the Negative Return System.6 The Power Supply System The KAFD Monorail Transit System will receive power from the KAFD Electric Utility.3 Construction Phasing Construction of the system will be divided into 1 phase. from at least 2 independent feeders of the KAFD Electric Utility Medium Voltage Stations.

POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . It is important that every consideration is given to the operating efficiency of the system such that power is not wasted in unnecessary cooling activities or in heating due to relatively high circuit resistances. circuit protection equipment. 3. The limit of scope between the Contractor and the KAFD Electric Utility is defined at the level of the Medium Voltage (MV) technical room of station 4 and at the level of Medium Voltage (MV) technical room of the depot.Vol 2 Part 2. test and commission all of the works identified as being under the KAFD Electric Utility responsibility and as a result they will be excluded from the Contractor's scope of work (see below). metering and protection device requirements. and switchgear necessary to supply electric power safely and aesthetically to the subsystems of the KAFD Monorail Transit System. In essence. The MV feeder cables will be supplied and installed in the ground by the KAFD Electric Utility. install. in keeping with the general aspect of a modern environmentally friendly Transportation System. 3. 3.Riyadh The Contractor shall provide the design of the Power Supply System and shall supply. The final connection will be made to the incoming feeder breakers by the Contractor. settings. the scope of work shared between the Contractor and the KAFD Electric Utility will have been defined in detail. install. supply.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The Contractor shall however supply. Traditionally 750 Vdc or 1500 Vdc has been used for Light Rail Transportation systems. In particular the Contractor shall supply as requested by the KAFD Electric Utility the necessary control and monitoring equipment including the cost of installation such that the MV feeders can be included in the utilization and control of the complete system through interfacing with the Control Centre (OCC).9 Limit of Scope Before a final contract is placed. In today's world the availability of power electronics gives unlimited scope to the system designer to choose a more efficient and possibly more flexible power supply for the Traction system in either an AC or DC format. (sizing of the protection. range of settings. this shows that the MV network main is fed at the depot and at station 4 by two independent feeders from each of two independently sited KAFD Electric Utility Medium Voltage Stations. It is essential to the success of the project that the visual impact of the Traction Power Current Collection system and the Traction Power Substations are minimal. However this value came about from the early designs of DC traction motors that with the use of resistor grids and commutators could provide a high value of torque on starting. under the supervision of the KAFD Electric Utility . test and commission all the power conditioning equipment. install.8 Traction Power Voltage The characteristics of the Traction Power supply voltage are not mandated by this Specification. For the purposes of cost estimation it is expected that the KAFD Electric Utility will design. test and commission the equipment necessary to interface with the KAFD Electric Utility and shall liaise with the KAFD Electric Utility regarding the necessary. etc.7 Proven Technology The Contractor shall provide a power supply system based on components that have been proven in similar service. This is illustrated in the figure 2 of document "KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-PWR-3211-D".).doc 31 July 2009 Page 22 / 496 . 'state of the art' and configured in an arrangement that has been demonstrated to provide the required performance.

7 of “KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-PWR-3211-D” document For the KAFD Electric Utility network main characteristics. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . clearly some load shedding will be required. at the MV level. The Contractor will base his design however on the assumption that it is possible to loose up to a maximum of 3 out of the 4 proposed MV feeders input cables without causing any disruption or limitations to the Transit Systems performance or Service levels. the Contractor shall liaise with the KAFD Electric Utility after the contract signature.Vol 2 Part 2. In the ultimate. a short circuit power of 200 MVA may be considered.doc 31 July 2009 Page 23 / 496 . 6. The MV network will be arranged such that with complete control from the OCC any combination of feeding arrangements can be achieved to all individual components of the system. 5.Riyadh 3. although. The KAFD Electric Utility can now provide a totally reliable service that includes automatic switching between major feeders in the event of partial line failures. For the tender process.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . for each MV input feeder. and the traction of trains will be limited (low speed). even the loss of four MV feeders should not immediately stop the service thanks to the use of diesel generator system.10 Medium Voltage Network Performance Refer to figures 2.

which duration does not exceed two hours.720 7.Riyadh 4.743 3.200 3.800 5. Constant AW3 (4 passengers/m2 ) loading conditions throughout the system. Operating at the minimum design headway of 3 minutes.680 Line capacity according to frequency (4 passengers/m²) 4' 3' 30" 3' 2'30 Source : operation plan The ultimate power system design will support a capacity of 3000 PPHPD operating on 3 minutes headways at 4 passengers per square metre.400 7. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .doc 31 July 2009 Page 24 / 496 .800 5. 4.920 2.600 4.408 3.576 3.448 2.880 3. Running at the maximum design speed.400 2.704 5.720 3. at the two peak hours of the day.880 6.470 5.152 2.060 3. such as air conditioning.267 4. Power System Performance Requirements The Power Supply System provided under this Contract shall be sized to withstand peak loads encountered during the normal start-up and operation of the Transit Vehicles based on the following: All on-board electrical equipment operating without any restrictions.Vol 2 Part 2.973 4. Monorail configuration (example) 2 Cars 3 Cars 4 Cars Seated passengers Standing passengers 4 Pax/m2 Standing passengers 6 Pax/m2 Capacity per train 4 Pax/m2 Capacity per train 6 Pax/m2 Comfort rate 5' 4'30 Line capacity according to frequency (6 passengers/m²) 4' 3' 30" 3' 2'30 5' 4'30 56 104 148 160 204 35% 84 156 214 240 298 35% 112 208 280 320 392 35% 2.840 9.200 3.133 2.1 Initial Power System Capacity The initial and the ultimately supplied power system shall be capable of supporting the operation of loaded Transit Vehicles operating in a configuration to give the following System capacities PPHPD (passengers per hour per direction).896 1.840 3.227 5.960 7. The Contractor shall duly justify the duty cycle assumed for the major onboard auxiliary loads.080 4. Transit Vehicles composed of multiple sections connected together by full width gangways of the maximum-length required to meet the specified capacity requirements.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .497 4.486 6.760 4.114 4.840 4.109 5.

fire. The overload capability of the Transformer-rectifier units is only used for transient overload such as traction motor starting. one TPS outage and single end feeding.3 Power System Redundancy The power system shall be designed using equipment of established reliability. In order to accommodate instantaneous or transient load carry-overs during degraded situations. and be in accordance with the Rolling Stock needs.5In rated power for 2 hours maximum and 3In for 1 minutes. and shall incorporate redundancy to achieve the overall System Availability targets. The Line Voltage as seen at the Transit Vehicle power collector shall not fall below the recommended values as stated in EN 50163:2004 (IEC 850) Supply voltages of Traction Systems. The following level of redundancy shall be provided: The total failure of any Rectifier Transformer Unit of bi-group TPS shall not lead to any operational disturbance to the scheduled revenue service . the Tenderer in his proposal shall describe in a matrix chart the effects on the Power System of the following scenarios: No feeder input cables available.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . In the event of a single traction supply equipment fault or failure. - - - - - Independently of the above. of 30% of the nominal Traction voltage.e.even momentarily . vandalism or lightning strike The permanent loss of a Rectifier Group in 2 or more substations in service due to faulty parts or workmanship and lack of spares. The effect on the System of a short circuit on the Current Collection System caused by a Transit Vehicle. During the outage of one group of TPS (bi-group type) the load of the transformer-rectifier units of the other group of the TPS shall be within the normal rating of the equipment.2 Provisions for Future Expansion Not applicable. With the substations operating normally. 4. the back up traction supply equipment inside the same TPS shall automatically engage and maintain the normal transit system service in that portion of the line. the nominal power of the TPSs are to be sized such that these higher loads shall be within the recommendations of Standard IEC 146 that indicates that transformer-rectifier sets shall withstand 1.Vol 2 Part 2. In each of the Station Lighting & Power Substations a redundant MV/400V Transformer unit shall be available with automatic changeover in case of failure of a single low voltage power supply group. Outage of a complete Traction Power Substation (Monogroup type) due to overload or short circuit conditions and a consequential cascade effect on the rest of the system The loss of a complete Traction Power Substation due to fault. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Availability of a single end feed only to the MV network. the power system shall be designed to support the System capacity defined above with no overload. without causing any interruption to the normal operation of the transit system. i. The capacity of transformer-rectifier units and all circuit components shall be determined for the worst scenarios.Riyadh A power system load flow analysis shall be performed to demonstrate this capability.and does not require line personnel to carry out any emergency action. 4.doc 31 July 2009 Page 25 / 496 . not for back up of failure. The Contractor shall demonstrate this by performing system availability calculations. Working on diesel generator plant. Estimate the necessary load shedding requirements after an estimated time frame.

Earthing.Vol 2 Part 2. the traction network will be divided into seven electrical sections (refer to fig 3b in KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-PWR-3211-D). The life expectancy is 10 years for the stand by batteries. bonding and corrosion control shall be in accordance with Standard EN 50122. all transformer-rectifier units supplied under the Contract shall be of the same rating. a pilot wire will trip the TPS of each electrical section in case of short circuit detection at the level of one TPS. In addition.4 Life Expectancy The life expectancy is 35 years for electrical and Power supply equipment. Automatic re-closing POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 4. the protective systems shall be designed to isolate faults and reduce equipment damage and interruptions to service. IEC 62128 Protective provisions relating to electrical safety and earthing.1 Protection The power supply system shall incorporate a properly coordinated and selective protection system to allow power system faults or overloads to be detected and cleared rapidly without interrupting power unnecessary to un-faulted sections of the power system. The Contractor shall coordinate with the KAFD Electric Utility in this regard by providing the information required by the KAFD Electric Utility to design this protection. surge diverters and earthing systems to reduce the risk of passengers and operations / maintenance personnel from hazardous voltages or currents. The protective devices shall discriminate properly between fault currents and Transit Vehicle starting/acceleration currents. Motorised remote control isolators shall be provided at appropriate trackside positions for fault isolation and connection of track feeder circuits. Where possible without incurring excessive costs. SEC shall provide protection for the medium voltage power cables used to supply power to the System power supply system. The life expectancy is 15 years for computers. 4.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .6. All enclosures along the alignment shall be properly earthed and have protection at least to the level of IP54 according to IEC 60529. In order to ease this discrimination. 4. Traction circuit protection shall discriminate between short term overloads and distant faults to avoid spurious tripping. The life expectancy is 20 years for electronic equipment. Program Logic Controllers and associated equipment. particularly where the public are in close proximity to the Transit System.6 Power Supply System Protection and Earthing The power supply shall incorporate suitable protective devices.5 Standardization Equipment ratings between the Running Line of the KAFD Monorail Transit System and the Depot shall be standardized to the maximum possible extent. Furthermore.Riyadh Failure at a particular location of the Current Collection System. potential relays. 4.doc 31 July 2009 Page 26 / 496 . as a minimum.

These measures shall include: The proper coordination of insulation levels throughout the power supply system The provision of a properly designed earthing system These measures shall include if necessary the provision of a fully coordinated lightning and surge protection system.Vol 2 Part 2. and apparatus selected with short circuit ratings exceeding the available fault levels.7 Earthing 4. in particular regarding the level of harmonics. The earthing system shall: protect persons using or maintaining any equipment provided under the Contract from unsafe touch and step voltages or potential gradients and in particular during electrical faults provide a low impedance ground path for surges including lightning. To meet this requirement. The protection system shall be designed. rectifiers. The detection systems shall trip circuit breakers to isolate any equipment in which excessive leakage current and/or ground fault currents are detected. Transformers. The earthing system shall be designed.1 General The Contractor shall provide an earthing system for the equipment supplied by the Contractor under the Contract. neighbouring electrical section. These shall include IEEE Standard 242 – Recommended Practice for Protection and Coordination of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems. if required. “interlocking wire” will trip the TPS circuit breakers of the concerned electrical section and. 4. and IEEE standard 519 (harmonics). Measures shall be taken to protect equipment against transient over-voltages resulting from lightening. constructed and installed in accordance with applicable codes and standards as started herein. by the use of grounding switches and locks as required. provide protection to electrical equipment by limiting the voltage stress to which equipment is exposed during fault conditions be designed with due consideration of electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) as set out an in accordance with IEC 1000-5-2. or similar causes. constructed and installed in accordance with applicable codes and standards as stated herein.doc 31 July 2009 Page 27 / 496 . Special provisions shall be made in the Depot and Maintenance/workshop areas to protect personnel from ground faults. or to isolate any circuit that may energize again the ground-fault.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . switching surges. DC switchgear and energy storage or Resistor systems shall be equipped with frame fault protection bus-to-cubicle leakage detection systems. The Contractor shall coordinate the protection of the power system with SEC. The anticipated short circuit current shall be determined at switchgear bus bars and protective devices.Riyadh shall be performed for momentary arcing faults caused by the Transit Vehicles in the Current Collection system. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . that may energize again a fault located in one TPS. power cables and other conductors in the traction power system shall be rated to withstand short circuit currents without damage for a time sufficient to allow protective devices to operate.7. Bus bar.

The ECMS is located in the Operations Control Centre (OCC) which. passenger stations and at the line facilities foundations. passenger stations.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .8 Remote Control and Monitoring The power system equipment shall incorporate facilities for connecting to an ECMS (Equipment Control and Monitoring System. for electronic equipment grounds and connected to the main ground grid with an insulated ground cable. ground bars shall be provided at several locations embedded in the floor and on or near the perimeter wall connected directly to the ground grid. Conductors in the ground grids shall be rated to withstand the anticipated range of short-circuit currents without damage. - POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .7.doc 31 July 2009 Page 28 / 496 . Remote control shall not be required for circuit breakers in Low Voltage Power Distribution Centres supplying housekeeping power for traction power substations.2 Workshop. 4.Riyadh Ground electrodes shall be provided at electrical substations. The substation ground bus shall be connected directly to these plates. although at this stage this is not mandated. Ground electrodes for electrical substations or a ground bus connected to ground rods and conductors interconnected to form a low-resistance grounding network or grid shall be provided. it is assumed will almost certainly be in the area of the Depot and Administrative building. more commonly known as a SCADA system although this name is not used in this Specification) via remote terminal units (RTUs) established in every Traction Power Substation and Station Technical Room.3 Vehicle Earthing The Contractor shall propose a safe and practical method. such as an earth plate along the line. for earthing the Monorail along the line. or the maintenance facility Remote test and monitoring of Energy Receptivity Units Remote open/close control of motor-operated disconnect and transfer switches Monitoring of the open/closed status of the remotely controlled circuit breakers and disconnect switches above Monitoring of equipment alarms Monitoring loss of control voltage and/or trip circuit voltage Monitoring local/remote control switches Monitoring of incoming of MV ac and DC voltage at the DC main bus of each TPS Monitoring of protective trips Monitoring of the TPS automatic self processing Monitoring of Energy consumption Monitoring of Diesel Generator. 4. The following functions shall be provided: Remote trip/close control of electrically operated circuit breakers in the MV AC and DC Switchgear.Vol 2 Part 2. 4. Within electrical substations.7. the guide way. Such grids shall be designed in accordance respective international standards to ensure that step-and-touch potentials are limited to safe values. Maintenance and Depot Earthing The Contractor shall propose a safe and practical method for earthing the Monorail and all equipment. A dedicated ground bus shall be provided. to allow remote control and monitoring of the power supply system equipment in its entirety. where necessary.

Riyadh The system shall be operated with a 3 parts action covering changes to power settings. The harmonics content at the point of coupling with the KAFD Electric Utility requirements.7 for longer than 1 minute.doc . generally at the TPS.10 Harmonics The power system shall be designed in accordance with IEEE Standard 519 – Recommended Practices and Requirements for Harmonic Control in Electrical Power Systems. This shall be measured by comparing the meter readings at the incoming MV feeders that are generally used for payment to the Supply Authority to the sum of the readings of the on-board watt meters on the transit vehicles plus the watt meters on the 400V distribution boards in the passenger stations and at the Depot. 4. and detuned as necessary. If the power system as supplied cannot achieve this power factor naturally. 4. Additional Operating Control Centre requirements in terms of remote control and monitoring are defined elsewhere in this document. the Power Factor should not fall below 0. particularly where there are long MV feeders.9 Power Factor The requirement related to the power factor measured at the point of interface with the KAFD Electric Utility averaged over any two-hour period shall be defined by SEC. usually given as 24 hours.General 31 July 2009 Page 29 / 496 POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .11 EMI/EMC The power system shall be designed in accordance with the following standards or their equivalent: EN 50 121-1 Electromagnetic compatibility . The Contractor shall guarantee this minimum power factor averaged over normal operating conditions. there will almost certainly be the need for correction equipment. At individual points of measurement in the system. Records shall be kept on a monthly basis. supply configurations and maintenance of trips and fault conditions.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Leading power factor shall not be permitted at the power metering points on average during any metering time period. In general a policy shall be adopted to allow for the automatic re-closure of circuits that have been tripped up to 2 or 3 times before a lock out occurs requiring the manual intervention at the local site. If the power system incorporates power-factor-correction capacitor banks. In addition the Contractor shall guarantee the overall efficiency of the Power System to be not less than 75%. the Contractor shall supply automatic and stepped incremental power factor correction equipment required to achieve this power factor. during the early operating years before the system reaches its ultimate performance levels. These cover: Automatic response directed by pre-planned programmes at the OCC. It is expected to be not less than 0. Manual intervention at the TPS. It should be noted that due to the cable capacitor effect.9 lagging.Vol 2 Part 2. Remote Manual intervention by the OCC staff. these shall be designed to operate in the presence of the power system harmonics generated by the traction rectifiers and other converters in the system. shall meet SEC's 4.

These noise levels shall include any ventilation equipment within the substation. Interface Documents (AVC/power supply. etc) shall be performed. The Contractor shall carry out a preliminary EMI hazard analysis.12 Noise The noise level from any equipment covered by this document shall be tested per ANSI or IEC standards and shall not exceed the prescribed sound levels therein. and tests. in relation with EMC aspects. o Description of EMC organization with the staff. The Contractor shall prepare an EMC documentation that shall cover at least: o EMC plan.Riyadh EN 50 121-2 Electromagnetic compatibility – Emission of the whole railway System to the outside world EN 50 121-5 Electromagnetic compatibility – Emissions and immunity of fixed power supply installations and apparatus.doc 31 July 2009 Page 30 / 496 . and propose EMI mitigation measures. For this purpose. Communications/power supply. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 4. o a maintenance requirements document. intersystem analysis documents. In general the prescribed noise level at a distance of 1 metre from the outside of a Traction Power substation shall not exceed 75dBA and for a Station Lighting & Power Substation within the confines of a passenger station 72dBA. o Description of all main sub-system to be supplied. for the intersystem analysis with other systems such as the Transit Vehicles.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . o a guideline for design and installation. o the overall management philosophy and EMC design Process.Vol 2 Part 2.13 Phasing & Retrofitting Not applicable. in order to identify equipment susceptible of EMI. EN 50 121-3 and EN 50 121-4. o EMI hazard Analysis. o List of the design documentation including the compliance matrix. and those that are a source of EMI. in order to show the standards are respected. 4. o The compliance matrix. Communications or Signalling/Automatic Train Control. o Activities to demonstrate the EMC performance. o List of standards to apply. related to EMC. The Power Supply equipment shall be designed and installed such that the possible harmonics generated and sub sequentially inducing fields shall not affect the Signalling. Communication and Control Systems.

Circuit protection coordination. The expected power factor at each traction power substation. Guide for Safety in AC Substation Earthing IEEE 242. The adequacy of the ratings of power cable. Protection coordination calculations. Short circuit analysis for the complete power systems.1. protection system. energy storage systems.doc 31 July 2009 Page 31 / 496 . change over and interlocking system and remote control and monitoring point schedule.2. Power System Design Requirements The Contractor shall perform simulations of the System operation and the corresponding power system load flow analysis to demonstrate that the power system design shall be capable of supporting normal operations and degraded modes for the ultimate capacity. These analysis shall be submitted for review and acceptance to the Employer as part of the Power Supply System Design Reviews. Ratings for all the proposed transformers. and switchgear.90. System wide Energy consumption calculations.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Insulating coordination calculations. switchgear and the like shall be verified using the load flow analysis.90. Magnetic fields calculation to ensure Electromagnetic Compatibility.Vol 2 Part 2. The expected magnitudes of power system harmonics. Recommended Practice for Earthing of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems IEEE 80. Voltage Flicker analysis and dynamic over-voltages. Concept for Earthing and bonding.1 General Power supply and backup power subsystems and equipment supplied under the Contract shall comply with the codes. Standard for Withstand Capability of Relay Systems of Radiated Electromagnetic Interference from Transceivers ANSI C114. In addition. logic and schedules for the MV system and the DC Traction Power system. rectifiers. Power demand and maximum power surges at each substation.1 Applicable Standards 5. Standard Surge Withstand Capability (SWC) tests for Protective Relays and Relay Systems ANSI C37. Recommended Practice for Protection and Co-ordination of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . earthing system. All of these analysis and information shall be for the Initial System and for the Ultimate Systems operations. including the settings for the protective devices. resistors.1. transformers. Heat dissipation generated by the equipment. 5. calculations shall be performed to determine: Power Distribution Loads Analysis showing the real power requirements and reactive (VAR) requirements.1. ANSI C37.Riyadh 5. regulations and standards listed in this section or their equivalent. The Contractor shall provide schemes. rectifiers.

Semiconductor Rectifier Equipment IEC 76.doc 31 July 2009 Page 32 / 496 . Low Voltage Switchgear and Controlgear ANSI C37.2. Power Switchgear . . Voltage Transformers . Recommended Practices and Requirements for Harmonic Control in Electrical Power Systems. 59. Recommended Practice for Emergency and Standby Power Systems for Industrial and Commercial Applications. Power Switchgear Assemblies NEMA SG6. Regulators and Reactors NEMA R19. Switchgear Disconnectors . Low-voltage Power Circuit Breakers.Vol 2 Part 2. Regulators and Reactors NEMA TR1. Power Switching Equipment. 5. Transformers IEC 146.IEC 129.1.IEC 298. IEC 157.IEC 185. regulations and standards listed in this section or equivalent.2 AC Switchgear AC Switchgear supplied under the Contract shall comply with the codes.1. and IEEE 519. 5. NEMA SG3.4 Transformer-Rectifier Units Transformer-Rectifier Units supplied under the Contract shall comply with the codes. Low Voltage Circuit Breakers NFC 15-100. Rectifier IEEE Standard 12 760-1997. High Voltage alternating current circuit breaker.ANSI C37. regulations and standards listed in this section or equivalent.5 DC Switchgear DC Switchgear supplied under the Contract by the Contractor shall comply with the codes. Power Switchgear NEMA SG3. regulations and standards listed in this section or equivalent. Silicon Rectifier Units for Transportation Power Supplies ANSI C34. IEC 157-1. Low Voltage Circuit Breakers NEMA SG5.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . EN 50 122/IEC 62 128: Protective Provisions against the Effects of Stray Currents caused by DC Power Systems EN 50 121: Electromagnetic Compatibility. metal enclosed switchgear and control gear . Transformers (High Temperature Insulation). ANSI C57.IEC 186. Current Transformers .1.3 Lighting and Power Stations The low voltage boards of the Lighting and Power stations supplied under the Contract shall comply with the codes.Riyadh IEEE 446.IEC 56. regulations and standards listed in this section or equivalent. High Voltage. Practices and Requirements for Semiconductor Power Rectifiers IEEE No. 5. Neutral Distribution. Transformers.1. Transformers. and POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 5.

including protection scheme and settings. Sectioning type Switches. This submission shall include where appropriate. the Traction Power Distribution System.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2 Data Sheet The Contractor shall provide at the Proposal stage all the performance and data sheets for the different Power Supply Equipment.Vol 2 Part 2. 5. namely. including the Depot. as a minimum.Riyadh ANSI C34. D. and is safe and suited to the environment and road traffic/pedestrian situation. Low Voltage DC Power Circuit Breakers Used in Enclosures EN 50 163 Railway Applications.C. including the Depot. has a long life. Single line diagram of each type of TPS. 5. Impedance or DC resistance in ohms/m. the nominal permanent current. maximum and minimum performance levels shall be indicated. the Traction Power Current Collection System. turnback / cross over switches (for emergency services). the MV medium voltage distribution system. at 65 deg C of the contact wire or conductor bar. the nominal temporal overloads currents if any. Single line diagram of each type of LPS. the Contractor has to provide conceptual drawings of the proposed designs that should be based on the principle drawings. trench with the exact diameter of cables should be provided. The Contractor shall provide the following technical data where applied. Supply Voltages of traction systems EN 50 123 – 1 to 7.doc . Drawing of cable tray. the Negative Return System and the Low Voltage Distribution System. in support of its system design: The System continuous current rating at 50° C. Drawing of the earthing system in the Depot and the sketch of the interface with the line. IEC 850. easy to maintain. size.3 Design Documentation The Contractor shall submit a comprehensive set of documentation that describes the component sections of the Power Supply System. The contact wire or conductor bar continuous rating at 65° C. indicating the location of power supply cables and position of the contact system. set forth in “KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-PWR-3211-D“. 5. and location of traction equipment. Single line diagram of the Traction Power Contact System in the Maintenance Workshop at the Depot. the: relay co-ordination study. In particular the visually aesthetic qualities of the proposed system or systems should be demonstrated pictorially.14. switchgear. Drawing with a section of guidebeam. passengers stations. - In his Proposal.4 Traction Power Current Collection System Design Data The Contractor shall provide a system that has been demonstrated in similar applications to be reliable. and the sketch of the interface with the depot. Diagrams of the Safety Interlocking required in each TPS. Diagrams of the Safety Interlocking required with the KAFD Electric Utility equipment. 31 July 2009 Page 33 / 496 POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Typical drawing showing negative cable ties and cross bonding arrangements for the negative return. TPS. Different systems may be used at different sections of the alignment. Drawing of the earthing system for all the various sections of the alignment. Fixed Installations. Traction Power Distribution diagram with indication of the different electrical zones. the nominal voltage. but not limited to. Level of Voltages for Railway and Subway Systems. weight. On these sheets.

Coefficient of expansion for the contact wires or conductor bars together with proposed tensioning methods or expansion joints. Height above rail level of the conductor bar system if applicable.the supply of power to the depot equipment including all specific machines dedicated to maintenance. 5.Riyadh The circuit resistance in terms of ohms per kilometre (positive and negative).the number of air-conditioning units operating on the Transit Vehicles at any one time. particularly at morning 'start up' .5 Depot Traction Power System Analysis Calculations should be performed to size the Traction Power Substation for the Depot that will include the low voltage requirements for the Administration buildings and workshops.doc 31 July 2009 Page 34 / 496 . Isolating gap (if applicable) design details. The loads to consider are: . contact wire to infrastructure and conductor rail to ground. maximum available short circuit currents. Minimum arcing distances.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Splice joints-resistance (percent efficiency relative to same length conductor rail). Minimum height of contact wire or rail. Maximum height of contact wire or rail. Contact surface-material and life (number of vehicle passes).Vol 2 Part 2. Nominal height of contact wire or rail.the movement of the Transit Vehicles inside the Depot at limited speed . POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Ability to withstand forces due to short circuit currents vs.

protection and transfer tripping logic. This will need to be confirmed. Energy Storage Units. The Depot TPS shall also include the MV/400V switchgear. In the event of a total failure of the Depot Substation. Lighting and Emergency Lighting. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . and distribute it to the current collection system.Traction Power Rectifier Transformer. All cabling and cable support systems from the termination of the MV cable feeds up to and including the termination of the DC cables feeding the DC Current Collection system. DC power will be available from the main line. inside the sub station for termination and metering equipment. The TPS will be site-built.1m x 2.doc 31 July 2009 Page 35 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . incoming feeder breaker cells. Power System Equipment Requirements 6.Traction Rectifier Groups. The assumptions used in determining the Depot TPS load shall be disclosed to the Employer by the Contractor. masonry type. Visual/Sound Alarm and Suppression System. the following: Medium voltage AC switchgear – including incoming feeder switch cells. or other voltages depends on the system to be proposed by the Tenderers. 2.3m). 6. convert to 1.1 Traction Power Substation (TPS) The TPS shall include all the equipment required to accept power from the MV medium voltage power distribution network. transformer-rectifier cells and auxiliary power cells. Battery and battery charger for switchgear control power. ECMS Cubicle and RTU. according to figures in “KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-PWR-3211-D“. The equipment for the Depot Substation shall be sized to provide sufficient power for the effective operation and stabling including the start up air-conditioning loads for the total number of vehicles required for the Ultimate system plus a further 50% for the provision of additional Transit Vehicles if required.Riyadh 6. The Depot TPS will have 2 independent KAFD Electric Utility MV feeders from a conveniently located District Feeder Station of the KAFD Electric Utility and will connect into the double MV main network. 2.500 V DC (nominal) or 750 V DC (nominal). with all subsystems fully factory tested prior to shipment and installation. Ventilation Equipment. Negative bus cubicle and grounding device. Intrusion Alarm System. In soil Earth Grid (mat) and earthing bar. 5. Fire Detection.e. The equipment within the TPS shall include. DC switchgear – including the rectifier isolation cell and current collection system feeder breaker cells. 400 V AC and 48 V DC switchboards backed up by a dedicated UPS. but not be limited to. Power Outlets.2 Depot Traction Power Substation The Depot TPS shall be similar in terms of principle but different for the sizing to the main line TPS. it can be expected the KAFD Electric Utility will require a 12 square meter area (i. It will contain DC switchgear.Vol 2 Part 2. transformers and main distribution boards for the complete Depot facility. Auxiliary power transformers. In the TPS's where there is an incoming feeder from SEC.

A risk assessment shall be conducted for the use of the back up generator for safety purposes. Vital loads. Redundancy in the LPS shall primarily be achieved by the second power transformer and the MV multiple feed and be suitable for maintaining all services at the normal load condition. Vital loads shall be supplied by a UPS unit of sufficient size to give a four hours capacity for the vital loads.OCC .Maintenance building . which will be multiple fed will be converted through 2 distribution transformers to 400Vac and distributed to the station services via appropriate interconnected distribution boards.doc 31 July 2009 Page 36 / 496 .4 Lighting and Power for the Depot Complex The 2 main transformers for the low voltage power supplies for the Depot area will be housed in the Depot Traction Power Substation. The Lighting & Auxiliary loads are divided into three main groups: Non-essential loads covering main lighting. If both transformers are unavailable. before being supplied either from a diesel generator or from a local AC feed. Covering the control circuits & monitoring circuits for the power.3 Lighting & Auxiliary Power Substations A Lighting and Power substation (LPS) will be established at each of the passenger stations as part of the station complex. located inside the Depot area will allow providing MV to the double feeder ring. and independent but inter connected switch boards. sufficiently sized to maintain essential services at the depot for a period of up to fifteen hours. From two independent main distribution boards using independent feeds the 400Vac will be fed to industrial distribution boards in electrical rooms at each of the main function areas. These shall include. especially signage and PA systems. if any. then they may be supplied for a limited time (30mins) from the main UPS unit. signalling. air-conditioning and escalators Essential loads covering emergency or 25% of the station lighting load.Riyadh A Diesel generator system. and all other equipment. but not be limited to: . There are different sizes of passenger station all of which will have different power requirements. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . and all safety related systems. two conservatively rated but inter connected supply transformers. The supply from the MV network.Vol 2 Part 2. The Depot low voltage requirements will be categorised in a similar manner to the passenger station services. Essential loads will be ensured from the two power transformers.Wash plant. coupled with a transformer. tanks.The stabling area . 6. the CCTV and the automatic fare collection system and essential air conditioning.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . (including the required number of diesel generators. The contractor will submit his load assessment for each station for review by the Employer. Loss of all these supplies will bring into use automatically a standby Diesel generator system. 6. Redundancy of supply remains in the Depot Traction Sub station with two independent MV sources. This actually means that both essential operations with in the OCC and in the Maintenance area are maintained so that the KAFD Monorail Transit system can continue its passenger operation. Where vital operations occur as in the OCC a suitably sized UPS shall be installed to cover the period during start up of the diesel generator set. communications.

Buswork and enclosures shall have provision for easy extension of the DC switchgear assemblies. DC Circuit breakers shall be electrically operated. Circuit breakers shall be electrically operated. three pole vacuum or SF6 gas type. consisting of indoor. 6. single pole. The DC circuit breakers shall have a manual close. The voltage level of the primary switchgear shall be agreed between the Contractor and the KAFD Electric Utility . The switchgear assembly shall consist of self-supporting units completely factory assembled and tested. “test” and “disconnected”. Bus work and enclosures shall have provision for easy extension of the switchgear assembly. metal clad switchgear. Cubicles shall have separate compartments for circuit breaker. dead front. control and protective devices.2 DC Switchgear The DC Switchgear assemblies shall be metal enclosed type. 6. either SF6 or air insulated and strong enough to resist in case of internal short-circuit. Mechanical and electrical interlocking will be installed on these cubicles. The circuit breakers shall have a manual close and trip feature. DC circuit breaker shall present an electric device able to discriminate short circuits from train startings. It shall be possible to close the door of the breaker cubicle when the breaker is in any of these positions. drawout. 6. trip feature and an acceleration system for tripping quickly upon external control.3 Other Requirements Medium voltage AC Switchgear and DC Switchgear shall include the following features: Three positions: “connected”. Suitable safety interlocks shall be provided Inter-changeability of circuit breakers of the same rating Capability for both remote control via ECMS with suitable interlocks. with a trip-free mechanism. dead front. Circuit breaker shall be indoor.6.6. truck-mounted air circuit breakers. indoor. and allow them to reach the station at low speed. and bus work. free standing sheet steel enclosures with separate compartments for housing truck-mounted switching devices and associated protective and control relays.Vol 2 Part 2. with remote/local selector switches.6.6 Switchgear 6. and local manual control. Breaker cubicles shall be metal clad type. high speed.doc 31 July 2009 Page 37 / 496 .5 Equipment Dimensions The dimensions of the equipment supplied under this Contract shall be such that the largest and heaviest item can be easily transported to site by road. and breaker open/closed indication Provision for padlocking Copper buses Anti-condensation heaters - POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh The Diesel generator system will supply also the Traction Power Substation in order to maintain in function the train A/C. 6. magnetically latched.1 MV ac Medium Voltage AC Switchgear (For Information) The Contractor shall provide for each substation. equipped for both local and remote control. natural ventilated.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

The rectifier shall be suitable for freestanding installation and mounting against a wall.2 sets for each winding temperature sensors for tripping .g.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . All the certificate of type tests should be provided regarding these transformers. 6.Riyadh Key interlocks.2 sets core temperature sensors for tripping The transformers shall be natural-convection-cooled. The transformers shall have at least four full capacity taps in the primary winding. It shall be fixed using non-tracking insulating supports. Effective ventilation shall be ensured by using heat sinks to cool the silicon disc-type diodes. The diode fuses shall be mounted on the horizontal DC busbars and shall be electrically connected to the heat sinks via flexible connectors.1 Rectifier Transformer The transformers shall comply with the following requirements: The rectifier transformer shall be designed to produce a 6 phase secondary AC-system with a phase shift of 30° in order to produce with the connected diode bridge a sound 12 pulse DC system. together with multiple padlock bars to be part of the personnel safety system Metering. The parallel high-capacity diodes shall be arranged one above the other. A combined RC and base load circuit shall be integrated into the cabinet on a separate support. The silicon traction supply rectifier shall be nearly maintenance-free.2 Rectifier The traction supply rectifier shall be naturally cooled consisting of two three-phase bridges.7 Transformer-Rectifier Units 6. 6. in sheet steel enclosures. Micro switches with NO or NC potential free contacts shall be inserted for monitoring the fuses and shall generate an alarm signal.Vol 2 Part 2. designed and constructed in accordance with IEEE Standard 1276-1997 or equivalent.: . Venting slots shall be provided in the lower half of the front doors. Each rectifier shall be fitted into a sheet-steel cubicle with open top and bottom. and complying with IEC 60146. as e.doc 31 July 2009 Page 38 / 496 . front doors.7. or silicon immersed indoor type. They shall be hermetically sealed between the cooling bar and heat sink by means of plastic barriers. to display the voltage of each bus and the current for each incoming or feeder unit. Each transformer shall be equipped with standard accessories. dry.2 sets for each winding temperature sensors for alarm . including the effects of harmonic currents and voltages and fluctuated loads and the design of the transformer and its secondary connections shall be integrated with the design of the rectifier. back and side covers. forming the 12-pulse rectifier. The design of the transformer shall take into account the special requirements of rectifier application.7. and with IEC 60076. The following protection circuits shall be incorporated within the rectifiers: POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . complete with standard accessories.

POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh Two-level temperature sensors shall provide both an alarm output to the Operating Control Centre and a trip output to the primary switchgear.doc 31 July 2009 Page 39 / 496 . All track side cables shall be placed in suitable cable tray or cable troughs. The traction DC power cables applications shall be halogen-free. The cables shall be copper conductor. Cables shall also meet the flame retardant and low smoke characteristic as per NFPA 130. covered by this Contract. Mechanical protection shall be included for all cables laid beneath the street and road crossing areas.5G or IEC 60 502-1 or equivalent. flame retardant low smoke properties compliant to requirements of to IEC 60502-1 and NFPA 130. External over voltage: For damping surges from the AC and DC mains. Conductor Stranded copper based on IEC 60228 or equivalent. Sheaths shall have flame retardant low smoke halogen free properties as specified in IEC 60502-1. - - 6. 6.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2. halogen-free EPR(ethylene propylene rubber) or halogen free XLPE (cross-linked poly ethylene). RC surge suppression circuit shall be provided at the DC output of the rectifier unit. This concept and a corresponding design of the component enables the rectifier to carry a DC-side bus bar short-circuit until the line-side circuit breaker opens. The cable shall be constructed of the following: Standards HD 604. Conductor temperature 90° C. Blowing of the diode fuse shall be indicated by the micro switch fitted on the fuse and permits further evaluation. External short-circuit: Protection of the rectifier against external short-circuits shall be provided by the MV circuit breaker for the transformer in conjunction with a thermal / over current time relay. XLPE.9 Energy Receptivity Units Measures shall be provided to maintain the traction power supply system in a receptive state for absorbing the regenerative braking power of the Transit Vehicles.10 System wide Cable Supports Cable supports and trays shall be provided for the power and control cables. Internal short-circuit: The loss in blocking ability of a diode (internal short-circuit) causes a twophase transformer short-circuit which appears in the rectifier arm concerned in the form of a reverse current. XLPE insulation. Outer sheath Halogen-free EVA sheath (ethylene vinyl acetate) according to HD604. 6. This internal short-circuit shall be interrupted by the back-up diode fuse. permissible for short circuit Rubber insulated power cables to IEC 60245 may also be used in non hazardous areas to give greater flexibility and chemical resistant properties. insulated. which may be caused by switching operations. Energy storage equipment.8 Power Cables Power cables supplied for MV ac applications shall comply with the KAFD Electric Utility standards. aluminium armoured and sheathed. fitted with appropriate covers. copper conductors.5G or equivalent. resistor banks and the like may be considered. 250° C. with super capacities bank. The faulty diode shall be then isolated selectively. permissible for perma nent operation.

Special tools and test equipment shall include PC and extender boards. and any proprietary manufacturer’s programmers. sockets. Special Tools and Test Equipment The Contractor shall provide an itemized and priced list of spare parts. and testing equipment in his technical proposal in accordance with the General Specifications.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . meeting all relevant codes and standards. multi-testers. 2 inter-connected MV/400V transformers and low voltage switch boards. It shall be discussed and mutually agreed before signing the Contract. conductor. 6.11 Passenger Station Service Transformer Assembly The power supply system shall include the equipment required to provide the necessary electric power for passenger stations which shall be accommodated in the Technical Room.Vol 2 Part 2.doc 31 July 2009 Page 40 / 496 .Riyadh 6. and a whole set of running rail drilling tools as a minimum. special tools. adapters. special plugs. Transformers will generally be of dry type or of silicon oil immersed industrial distribution type. 2 AC circuit breakers. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .12 Spare Parts. The equipment will include the MV network Main Units (RMU). or similar instrumentation for AC power supply systems equipment. The Contractor shall provide standard tools and test equipment required to service the power supply equipment. wire and cable connection tools.

but will have local manually tripped and locked out isolators. the stabling area in sections. 7. the structural gauges. The maintenance shop DC power shall be electrically isolated from the depot tracks using section isolators in the power supply and insulated joints in the running rail. the test track. Due to the varying nature of the alignment. The Contractor shall be asked to consider solutions that will in particular minimise the visual impact of the current collection system and its supporting infrastructure. service life. The prime objective in the depot tracks and particularly in the stabling and maintenance building is to provide a safe and easy to use and isolate system. safety. In particular the Depot area shall be considered a special case. An independent negative return cable shall connect the maintenance shop rails to the Depot substation.Riyadh 7. Whatever the type of the current collection system proposed. The traction power current collection system shall also satisfy requirements regarding vehicle envelope. different types of current collection may be used. The technology to be employed shall be at the choice of the contractor. Each area shall be independently fed from the Depot TPS. A stinger system supplied from an overhead travelling trolley may be considered for the maintenance tracks.Vol 2 Part 2. The contractor is asked to consider this aspect of its proposal for the Power Supply System most carefully and to present proposals that conform to the performance requirements of this specification accordingly.1 Main Line Current Collection System The KAFD Monorail Transit System runs in a reserved right of way on an elevated structure. A proposed sectionalisation is set out in the accompanying drawings. The maintenance shop running rails shall be fully grounded to earth through direct connections to the shop facility grounding grid.doc 31 July 2009 Page 41 / 496 . where the safety of depot personnel is critical to the design. the wash area and the inspection area.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 7. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . great attention to the aesthetical aspects along the entire route of the line has to be considered. The traction power current collection system supplied under the Contract shall be of a proven design satisfying the system performance requirements and shall be compatible with the physical configuration and geometry of the System infrastructure.2 Depot Current Collection System The type of Current Collection System selected for the Depot area may be different to the main line.3 Maintenance Shop Traction Power Supplies A separate DC switchboard shall be provided to feed the Current Collection or Stinger system inside the maintenance shop. Traction Power Current Collection System Requirements 7. particularly where pits and vehicle jacks are in use. but it will clearly have to meet the detailed approval of the Employer. reliability and maintainability. This stinger should present a pilot wire opening the circuit whenever a worker tries to disconnect a plug under voltage. The Depot tracks shall be sectionalized such that power can be safely removed in its entirety from each of the maintenance tracks.

maintenance. UV light and sunlight in general. and or expansion joints are used they shall be designed to minimise collector wear.4 Current Collection Requirements The Traction Power Current Collector System shall be sized for its current/voltage drop requirements and based on the Ultimate System power requirements.Riyadh The maintenance shop switch board shall be remotely controlled from the OCC. The current collection system shall be segmented with suitable switching means to allow isolation of sections of the alignment for fault identification. CADWELD) connections shall not be used due to maintenance considerations. Deterioration of insulation surfaces and cracking will not be acceptable. The temperature range accommodated by the design shall include the full temperature range specified in the General Specification. I2R heating and other relevant factors. accidents or operational purposes.doc 31 July 2009 Page 42 / 496 . including: Vehicle dynamic loads Compressive. It shall not be possible for any unauthorised persons including passengers and pedestrians to approach within 3 m of a live conductor wire or rail. Where inline isolation joints. Exothermic weld (i. The power zone boundaries thus created shall be chosen to correspond efficiently with the positions of crossovers and traction substation locations.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 7. 7. acoustic noise. Where overhead wire is used it is important the wire tension is maintained with a height variation through the calculated maximum temperature range of less than 300mm at mid span.Vol 2 Part 2. tensile. 7. and arcing. or lateral loads due to the thermal expansion and contraction and Electromagnetic and thermal loads due to short circuits.6 Conductor Connections All wire and cable connections to the conductors or wires shall be bolted or clamped. Wind loads For either overhead wires or conductor rails the mounting provisions shall allow longitudinal movement to accommodate thermal expansion and contraction. to prevent electrical interaction and the possibility of a short circuit by the vehicle power collector(s). with additional allowance for solar heating. The material to be used for the conductor and its support infrastructure must be capable of prolonged exposure to high ambient temperature.5 Safety All conductor wires and/or rails shall be suitably insulated from each other and from adjacent structures. Live conductors in the vicinity of track workers shall be protected by suitable cover boards or any equivalent protection system. The support infrastructure for the conductors or overhead wires shall be of sufficient strength to withstand loads to be expected in service.e. as determined by the operating voltage. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . controlled manually with the provision of lockout devises and shall incorporate emergency remote tripping from clearly marked trip buttons place at 50m intervals along each of the maintenance tracks and in their associated pits.

The power will be returned by the OCC once a set of procedures to ensure the safety of the area where the emergency occurred has been identified. Back-Up Power Supplies The power system design shall include back-up power supplies for critical loads as detailed below. where applicable. protection. even after 5 years of operation in an ambient of 35° temperature. This performance shall be effective. The back-up power supplies shall conform to IEEE Standard 446 – Recommended Practice for Emergency and Standby Power Systems for Industrial and Commercial Applications.8 Emergency Cut Off (ECO) The Emergency Cut Off switch is a new development in safety facilities for transit systems that use a current collection type of power supply. These disconnect switches shall be positioned and coordinated with track switches and AVC boundaries to optimise failure management operations. The ECO system primarily for the use of the Emergency Services such that they can quickly remove the Traction Power when attending an incident in or close to the alignment or Station. 9. 7. The battery capacity shall be sufficient to supply switchgear trip/close.1 Substation Batteries The Contractor shall provide a Value regulated Ni-Cd type battery of convenient voltage and charging system for each TPS.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Alarm outputs shall be provided to the OCC system so that the operational status of the battery back-up equipment can be continuously monitored. For the KAFD Monorail Transit System the Contractor is asked to supply a suitable power cut off system along the alignment with operating points at each station.Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 7. 9. This is similar to the Blue Light Station system. Battery back-up equipment shall be rated to supply the connected load for a period following loss of the normal supply. 8. Depending on the load requirements and availability of the auxiliary low voltage supply. The switch or operating point shall remove the power from the Current Collection System by signalling the Operations Control centre. Solar Energy The Contractor is encouraged make use of solar electric (photovoltaic) power systems.7 Traction Power Disconnects and Transfer Switches Normally the contact wire or conductor rail shall extend from substation to substation. Disconnect switches shall be provided to further isolate sections of contact wire or rail for maintenance and failure management operational purposes. Where appropriate these switches shall be remotely operated from the OCC. The battery sizing should consider the ultimate power requirements and consider 25% design margin and 25% aging factor and should be calculated as per IEEE 1115. The Value regulated Ni-Cd batteries should conform to IEC 60 623 with a life expectancy of 15 years. but shall include local manual control and lock out devises for up to 3 padlocks. a small self contained motor generator set may be provided to supplement the battery system. control and indication circuits for five hours after loss of auxiliary power. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .doc 31 July 2009 Page 43 / 496 . where immediate opening of the dc breakers for the notified section will occur.

9. including the fibre-optic data transmission system. and the Depot shall have an earthing and bonding system. This performance shall be effective. Passenger Information System. The fare collection system Emergency lighting and signage. Traction Power Substation. The design of the UPS shall be based on recent proven technology to meet the requirements as outlined. and OCC. The contractor shall size the diesel generator so as to satisfy the vital loads as specified above and the movement of trains at low speed until next station. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh 9. CCTV. Depot and any other structures to be implemented in the frame of the project. telephone. The concept shall include the basic requirements for safety of persons. 10.4 Diesel Generators The Contractor shall propose a diesel generator system to be provided for the Depot emergency supplies and as power to additional areas that require power to maintain a service level. including the track switches and signalling Communications subsystems throughout the System.3 Safety Tools The power substations shall be equipped with the actuation and safety tools that shall be approved by the Employer. radio. The diesel generator shall be able to start automatically in the climatic conditions specified in the General Specifications.. earth mat and connecting earthing bar.Vol 2 Part 2.2 UPS The Contractor shall provide battery back up at passenger stations. Every Passenger station. even after 5 years of operation in an ambient of 35° temperature. at the OCC and for the workshop areas as necessary to support at least the following vital loads: The automatic vehicle control (AVC) subsystem.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . . The batteries for the UPS will also be Value regulated Ni-Cd type and similar to what is specified for the substations above and it will be provided for all sub-systems. 9. which shall form the basis for any detailed earthing & grounding design by all involved parties. Alarm outputs shall be provided to the OCC system so that the operational status of the battery back-up equipment can be continuously monitored. The Platform Door System Battery back-up equipment shall be rated to supply the connected load for a period following loss of the normal supply.1 General An overall earthing concept shall be provided by the contractor for the line. including air conditioning where protection of equipment against excessive temperature rise is require. protection of the equipment and lightning protection.doc 31 July 2009 Page 44 / 496 .Earthing Provisions 10. Public Address.

EN 50122-1 Protective Provisions relating to electrical safety and earthing. adequately dimensioned sets of cables to give a resistance equal to the traction power rails. in the order of 15 milohms/km shall connect each of the rails directly to the rectifier negative bus bar. Testing facilities shall be provided to measure rail to earth resistance. 10.2 Over voltage and Lightning protection The study shall include a schematic over voltage and lightning protection recommendation for the traction power supply equipment. 10.2. as it affects all parties working for the project. At the TPS's. 10. trackwork. This requires an adequate design of the negative return circuit.4 Design of the Traction Current Return Circuit The traction current is returned from the Transit Vehicle via its collector to the negative traction power rails. 10. 10. The concept shall describe basic earthing measures for civil works. recommendations for protective provisions against stray currents. utility supplies.Riyadh Every station shall have an earth mat system. earthing and bonding is an important item in an electric railway system. . for the connection to the high voltage network.3 Earthing Standards The following standard in the design of the Earthing and Stray Current System shall be applied.2.doc 31 July 2009 Page 45 / 496 . In order to get a common guideline. communications equipment along the at grade sections and on the viaduct sections and also in the Depot and workshop areas.1 Safety of Persons The touch voltages shall be within the limits indicated in the international standard EN 50122-1 or equivalent. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The concept shall include the basic requirements for safety of persons. signalling.Vol 2 Part 2. Every earth mat will include test electrodes for earth resistance measurement. A value of less than 3 ohms is not acceptable and indicates a fault in the insulation system that shall be investigated.2 Earthing Concept Traction return current. The continuity of the Current Return Circuit is maintained by low resistance bonding across all gaps in the traction power rails. The traction power rails are insulated electrically from earth by insulation material embedded in the rail fastener support system. Cross Bonding between adjacent running tracks will be made every 300m to minimise the traction return current resistance. the traction conductor system including the support infrastructure.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the traction substations. protection of the equipment and lightning protection. The permissible touch voltage for DC is 120 V for a time duration longer than 300 s according to EN 50122-1. at the soil level. which shall form the basis for any detailed earthing & grounding design by all involved parties. an overall earthing concept shall be provided by the Contractor.

10.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the less will be the rail voltage to earth and the resulting stray currents will be minimal.6.Vol 2 Part 2.2 Earth Grid System The Earth grids shall be designed according to EN-IEC/ 1000-5-2 and shall generally be composed of a copper wire grid. The contractor may add to the earth grid earthing bars that are drilled into the soil to reduce the impedance of the system. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .6 Earthing Provisions 10. 10. The contractor shall determine the distance between each mesh according to the expected fault current safety requirements as set out in IEEE 80 –ANSI. The lower the negative return resistance path. Stations and at the Depot.doc 31 July 2009 Page 46 / 496 .1 General An 'in ground' earth grid shall be provided under or close to every TPS.5 Design of the Stray Current Collection System Not applicable. Passenger Station and at the Depot. 10.Riyadh The Traction system is effectively a floating voltage system only tied generally to earth at the Depot substation earth bar. The impedance of the system shall be in accordance with the standard and shall always be less than 1 ohm. Earth fault system shall be provided on both positive and negative traction power rail. The earth grid shall be properly bonded to the earth bars within each of the electrical rooms in the TPS.6.

o Immediate and judicious decision making by OCC personnel. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Control of the Power Supply System The Operating Control Centre (OCC) will provide integrated control and monitoring of the whole KAFD Monorail Transit network. Track Switches.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Training and development. The OCC will effectively provide the following functions: Automatic Vehicle Supervision (AVS). Full details of the System may be found in the Integrated Control System Specifications (KAFD-SYSTRAPHB-PE-SYS-ICS-3260-T). Passenger information display of pertinent. including the maintenance & storage facilities located in the depot. o Rapid execution of Control Centre Operator (CCO) decision through direct remote control of the TPS. Automatic Vehicle Regulation (AVR). monitor and collect data from every aspect of the Power Supply System. o Network supervision by displaying the required supervision data on a Video Wall (if applicable). In particular it will control. and Depot equipment. made available at the OCCR on a control desk.doc 31 July 2009 Page 47 / 496 . Access control to the transit system premises.Riyadh 11. Advertising broadcasting onboard the vehicle and stations Maintenance management for optimisation of maintenance activities to enhance productivity and system availability. LPS. Supervision and control of Electrical Power.Vol 2 Part 2. Supervision and Control of all Electromechanical subsystems. the OCC shall give: o Instantaneous overall views of all events and alarms occurring within the system. operate. Management and Interface with Communication subsystems. For the Power Supply System. real time and up-to-date travel information to passengers. current. Operation management functions.

doc 31 July 2009 Page 48 / 496 . This is to be achieved through the development of a process that as a minimum shall address the following: Definition of RAMS requirements. Assessment and control of impacts and threats to RAMS requirements. Positive attention to the equipment Maintainability during the design stage will assist in the achievement of these desired results. Maintainability and Safety 12. 12. in order to provide a dependable service that the public will want to use. Show the preliminary allocations made to each element.Reliability. availability maintainability and safety must be planned and must form an integral element of the project. design. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . List the documents to be produced to demonstrate the RAM requirements will be met.2 System RAMS Plans 12. a System RAM Plan.1 General The KAFD Monorail Transit System shall be designed with a high degree of reliability and availability.Vol 2 Part 2. Discuss the various trades-off which may need to be made.2. It lists the safety analysis to be carried out and describe how the risks identified during the safety process will be managed and reduced.e. This Plan shall: State the manner in which the project requirements are allocated to the Power Supply System elements. thereby increasing patronage and the resulting revenues from the system.2. as part of the Preliminary Design Submittal. The RAMS management process shall address all aspects of the project and must be demonstrably integrated into the project as a whole. At the basis of all design however is the question of Safety. manufacturing. The optimization of the system with respect to reliability.2 Safety Plan The Safety plan shall describe the process and the organisation which are put in place by the Contractor to demonstrate the safety of the Power Supply System. Availability. Explain the Contractor's approach to resolving conflicts.Riyadh 12.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1 RAM plan The Contractor shall submit. 12. The Contractor shall demonstrate that the issues of RAMS will be managed during all phases of the project (i. Planning and implementation of RAMS tasks for all project phases. operation and maintenance). commissioning. Program of on going monitoring of compliance. Demonstration of compliance with RAMS requirements. This is particularly so with the Power Supply System where the dangers are only really known by the experts in Electrical technology and totally unknown and unappreciated by the majority of passengers and staff using the system.

Safety-critical components shall be designed according to the Safety Principles and incorporate parts reliability. as required. which it believes might result in. an unsafe condition. regulations and codes and any condition(s). Unless otherwise specified herein. selective redundancy. The Contractor shall be responsible throughout the course of this contract to bring to the attention of the Employer. In addition. regulations and industry codes. Whenever any hazardous condition occurs. orders. all designs for the System prepared by the Contractor. orders. and the condition results in a conflicting concern for human safety versus equipment safety. The most stringent of these technical requirements and other such requirements shall apply. and meet or exceed all applicable state. a hazard Log shall be established. in no case shall procedures be substituted to accomplish any safety functions that are to be provided by specific aspects. at its own expense. The safety of the System in the normal operating state shall not depend on correctness of actions or procedures used by operating personnel. and install the System in accordance with all the requirements of these technical requirements and the safety principles applied in the transit industry for fixed-guide way transit systems. or has resulted in. However. especially under conditions of software failure. regardless of the cause. supply. For the software programmes.doc 31 July 2009 Page 49 / 496 . to eliminate the risks or to propose mitigation in order to limit them to acceptable levels. safety must be assured when system elements have been.Riyadh It defines the criteria for the acceptance of the residual risks and presents the format of the safety analysis to be carried out. perform their critical functions safely.3 Safety Requirements Safety shall be the primary design and performance requirement for the System. such as when carrying out maintenance or failure recovery. Frequency or infrequency of use shall not be a reason to justify unsafe or marginally safe design. or any other basis. rules. shall be applied to the life cycle of the software. warning devices. in writing. and local laws.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . malfunctioning. At all other times. The Contractor shall be responsible to design. Fire Safety System and subsystem design shall avoid the use of materials that are flammable or produce excessive or toxic smoke and gases. For this purpose. the measures indicated in EN 50128. whether caused by its design. The Contractor shall remain fully responsible. to rectify any such condition that results from its design and not directly as a result of any Contract requirement. there shall be minimum dependence on correctness of actions or procedures used by operating and maintenance personnel. rules. or subsystems of the System.2. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . each functional component and the entire System shall operate in a safe manner under all operating conditions. the conflict shall be resolved in favour of human safety. 12. and protective elements. With all system elements operating without malfunction. or are. construct. any changes in such laws. It is important the PLC and Computers that manage the TPS. material and equipment provided under this contract shall meet the fire and life safety requirements applicable in Saudi Arabia and the Uniform Fire Code of the Employer. to contribute to the achievement of the specified requirements. components.Vol 2 Part 2. any Contract requirement. and all constructions.

More precisely. Wiring shall be installed so it is inaccessible to anyone other than authorized personnel. The Contractor shall identify in its Proposal any exceptions to this general statement in terms of POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . should not affect the operation of the trains even if the failure occurs during few seconds. 12. It is accepted that the second failure may affect the operation.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . It does not include a partial unavailability due to the failure of local equipment. Level 2 – Traction Power Substation and its equipment .3.995%. Level 1 – Traction Power to the Line . the required availability level shall be: 99.doc 31 July 2009 Page 50 / 496 .95 %. The architecture shall comply with No disturbance with a “n-1” order failure”.3. as above stated. The Contractor as set forth in the previous paragraphs shall provide the relevant analysis pertaining to these aspects but they must demonstrate the completion of availability requirements stated here below. The Contractor shall evaluate the consequence on operation of a second failure. To reach the following targets various system architectures are possible depending on the reliability and maintainability of the components.95 %. Each Traction Power equipment. The Power Supply system shall offer a very high level of availability. except minor ones. 12.3. 12. 12. Even though a first failure is accepted.shall be available at 99.1 System Capacity The Power System will deliver power at levels sufficient to meet the Ultimate demand forecast for the KAFD Monorail Transit System.4 Maintainability The required level of maintainability expressed in terms of MTTR (Mean Time To Repair) shall be 120 minutes. at the first failure.2 Availability Availability requirements are of the utmost importance from the operator point of view.shall be available at 99.3.Riyadh Electrical Safety All electrical and electronic subsystems shall be enclosed in locked compartments accessible only to authorized personnel.3 Expandability It must be possible to make limited extension to the system in the future to include more stations/subsystems without need to replace equipment.Vol 2 Part 2. The expandability is not a real requirement as the system is a "close loop" Guideway. the following targets must be reached: 12. This requirement is based on the availability level provided by the KAFD Electric Utility at the MV level and for the supply of the 400V/230 V AC.3 Power System Performance requirements The performance of the system must enable the operators to operate the line under satisfactory conditions.

13. Each station TPS consists of 2-1000kW Transformer Rectifier Units Depot TPS consists of 2-2000kW Transformer Rectifier Units (common between the Depot and the Main Line) The TPS are distributed all along the line so as to be evenly loaded and so that the line is not subjected to voltage drops unacceptable for the Transit Vehicles under the failure modes defined in this specification. Such exceptions will be evaluated against the effect this may have on service deliverables and the recommended spares holding. as shown in the Traction Diagram attached with the drawings. The vehicles in preparation for service are with full air conditioning equipment running. Of the total number of vehicles in the depot. The Contractor shall calculate the real number of spare equipments required for maintenance purposes. POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . with a speed limit of 15 km/h.Conceptual Design for the Traction Power System This Section is provided to the Contractor to serve as a guideline only.Riyadh availability of equipment or time required to transport to site or to the Maintenance repair shop as may be the case. A 1500 V DC or 750 V DC current collection system has been assumed that will provide the Traction Vehicles with the Power required to meet the following Performance requirements at all parts of the alignment and at the design capacity of 3 minutes headway and maximum service speed of 80k/hr. or propose his own design.2 Depot Traction Power Substation The depot will be used to store and service vehicles.1 Main Line Traction Power It is assumed that the MV voltage received from the KAFD Electric Utility will be converted into 750 or 1500 V DC by the Traction Power Substations (TPS). . 13. The Traction Power Substations will be supplied by a double MV network supplied by feeders from the KAFD Electric Utility District Feeder Stations. The calculations for depot power requirements are based on the following assumptions. Power demand for air conditioning and other equipment is assumed to be of 200kW per vehicle. This Section is to be read in conjunction with the drawings attached hereunder. 13. This conceptual design presents the assumptions taken during the project definition stage. Power demand for air conditioning and other equipment is assumed to be of 100kW per vehicle. During the conceptual design it has been determined that the following substations may be required: 3 Traction Power Substations (TPS). .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2.2 vehicles are in movement inside the yard.doc 31 July 2009 Page 51 / 496 . The Contractor may adopt the same approach.33% of them are in preparation for service.

Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 14. Documentation shall be according to the General Instructions. specific procedures shall be developed to demonstrate that the Power Supply System meets the safety. required in the General Specifications. Training documentation. 14.1 General The Contractor shall supply a complete documentation for the Power Supply System including: Maintenance Instructions. Formats shall be proposed by the Contractor in-line with the General Instructions.3 Inspection and Test As a part of the system Quality program.2 Design Reviews The Concessionaire shall prepare documentation for a minimum of two design reviews for the Power Supply System. the Contractor shall prepare specific inspection and test procedures for the Power Supply System. 14.Documentation Requirements 14. and that these are sufficient to support system wide availability requirements. Special Tools. These shall include. factory inspection and test procedures. but not be limited to qualification and type test procedures.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . END OF THE DOCUMENT POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS (3210) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Spares. reliability.doc 31 July 2009 Page 52 / 496 . and maintainability requirements of this specification. In addition. and field commissioning and acceptance test procedures.

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CONCEPT SCHEMATIC SYSTRA Transmitter PHB Phase PE Type SYS Discipline PWR Subject 3211 Doc.Bouhier 31 July 2009 Date: 31 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 .PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Title: POWER DISTRIBUTION .Davoust Date 28 July 2009 Signature Verified by D. P.TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 2 . Revision according to Hill Intl comment Revision: A1 Prepared by Name P.Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 11/06/2009 28/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author P.D.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . .D. Number D Family A1 Revision Systra document number: KAFD Project It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”. / O.Massat 28 July 2009 Approved by O.B.

..................................... 64 MONORAIL ALIGNMENT AND STATION LOCATION ............................... 2.......................................................................................................................................... 58 TRACTION POWER DIAGRAM .................................... 57 POWER FEEDER FROM KAFD HIGH VOLTAGE SUBSTATIONS .... 60 5........................................ 62 STATION WITH RECTIFIER POWER LINE DIAGRAM ........................................................................CONCEPT SCHEMATIC (3211) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .. 4.............................4 6.............. 59 POWER SUPPLY LINE DIAGRAMS .............................................................................................................................2 5........... INTRODUCTION ..........................................8KV FEEDER FROM HVS POWER LINE DIAGRAM ......... DEPOT POWER LINE DIAGRAM.................................. 65 POWER DISTRIBUTION . 56 ESTIMATION OF POWER DEMAND ..............................................Vol 2 Part 2............................................................doc 31 July 2009 Page 55 / 496 ...1 5...................................................... 63 STATION WITH 13........ 60 STATION WITHOUT RECTIFIER POWER LINE DIAGRAM ................................................ 3....................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ...............................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1........3 5.......................................................... 5.

a diesel generator will start automatically and will feed the rectifier substations. In addition two "13. The rectifier substations which generate the traction power along the track beam through the traction power rail (= catenary system). In order to mitigate the influence of the sun radiation (e.Vol 2 Part 2. In this case the operation of the monorail will be largely degraded but will allow powering the A/C of the trains and will allow moving slowly one or two trains up to the next station in order to evacuate the passengers. On similar project and under similar weather condition.doc 31 July 2009 Page 56 / 496 . during an emergency. Introduction The KAFD Development will provide power supply to the monorail stations and to the depot. can be as low as 30 minutes. The power supply architecture for the monorail is driven by the fact that.8 kVAC injection points" from the two separate KAFD Development High Voltage Substations (HVS A and HVS B) are designed: one at the depot and the other at Station 4.8 KVA feeders (double loop) runs along the guidebeam and connect to each rectifier substation (see Figures 1 and 2).Riyadh 1. inside a closed area like a monorail and without A/C. are powered in 13. To secure the power source of the rectifier substations two 13. during a sunny day in summer) over trains stopped between stations for a long period due to any reason and with passengers.CONCEPT SCHEMATIC (3211) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . in the case that the two KAFD Development HVS A and HVS B fail. it is very important to maintain the A/C (air conditioning) inside the train as far as possible. The A/C of the train is maintained if the traction power exists on the sections where the trains are stopped. Finally. POWER DISTRIBUTION . the survival time for passengers. For availability reason each rectifier substation is redundant. the evacuation of passengers between stations is not easy and is not as fast as possible when no emergency walkway exists along the guidebeam.8 kVA provided by the KAFD Development High Voltage Substations (HVS).KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .g.

Vol 2 Part 2. the remaining one provide the full power demand continuously. POWER DISTRIBUTION . Estimation of Power Demand From doc ref.doc 31 July 2009 Page 57 / 496 . the next traction power substation may have its two rectifiers operating to maintain the traction power demand. this is only an indicative information for power demand estimation and for the tender process.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . thus the power supply demand can be up to 2000 kVA (stations) and 4000 kVA (depot). the two rectifiers group (including the associated transformer) of the Traction Power Substation provide only half of the power demand. The values shown in this table correspond to a normal operation with the minimum headway and the maximum passenger load in the trains. Accurate power demand calculation will be necessary when the rolling stock will be known. In case of failure of the two rectifiers of a Traction Power Substation.Riyadh 2. (*b): The traction power substation will be designed with a redundant rectifier configuration.: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHA-FC-E&M-TPW-3500-A0 Following the meeting of 5 and 6 May 2009. when a rectifier group is off. In any case the max power demand will be 4000 kVA for the traction power.CONCEPT SCHEMATIC (3211) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 5 Station 6 Depot Sub Total 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 2000 9200 1000 (+1000) *see note b 1000 (+1000) *see note b 2000 (+2000) *see note b 4000 Total in kVA 13200 (*a): The exact location of the traction power substation will be defined later. please find hereafter the estimation of power demand for the monorail system. In downgraded mode. In normal operation.

Riyadh 3.CONCEPT SCHEMATIC (3211) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2. Power Feeder from KAFD High Voltage Substations Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 1 Station 6 From HVS A From HVS B Station 5 From HVS A From HVS B Depot Figure 1: Power feeder from the two KAFD High Voltage Substations A and B Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 1 Station 6 From HVS A From HVS B Station 5 Feeder B (13.doc 31 July 2009 Page 58 / 496 .8 kVAC) Feeder A (13.8 kVAC) From HVS A From HVS B Depot Figure 2: Monorail Medium Voltage distribution along the guide beam POWER DISTRIBUTION .

Traction Power diagram Traction Power Rail (.VDC) Station 3 TPSS 1-3 Station 1 Traction Power Rail (+ VDC) Station 5 TPSS 1-5 Rectifier Group (redundant) TPSS 3-d Depot Figure 3a: Monorail Traction Rectifier distribution Station 2 Station 4 Station 6 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 1 Station 6 Station 5 Depot Figure 3b: Monorail Traction Electrical Zones POWER DISTRIBUTION .CONCEPT SCHEMATIC (3211) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 4.Vol 2 Part 2.doc 31 July 2009 Page 59 / 496 .

) To Depot Track Switch R6B-DEP R6A-DEP Traction Power Rail (.VDC) R4A-DEP Traction Voltage Limiter / Energy Storage R14-DEP LV PC–DEP-EQ (.doc 31 July 2009 Page 60 / 496 LV PC–DEP-SB (.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2.VDC) RT12-DEP R11-DEP .8 kVAC triphase) R16A-DEP Feeder B (13. Power Supply Line Diagrams 5. E&M .CONCEPT SCHEMATIC (3211) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh 5.1 Depot Power Line diagram From HVS-B From HVS-A RHB1-DEP RHB2-DEP RHA1-DEP See Fig 1b R1A-DEP R13A-DEP R2A-DEP R15A-DEP RHA2-DEP Feeder A (13.8 kVAC triphase) R2B-DEP R13B-DEP R15B-DEP R16B-DEP RL7A-DEP RL8B-DEP RL8A-DEP RL9B-DEP RL9A-DEP T3-DEP To Track Switches on Bridge R1B-DEP R3B-DEP R3A-DEP T1B-DEP T1A-DEP GR1B-DEP Rectifier Group GR1A-DEP Rectifier Group RL7B-DEP T2-DEP R10B-DEP R10A-DEP LV PC–DEP-TS R4B-DEP SN-DEP R13-DEP R5B-DEP R5A-DEP R17-DEP To Depot equipment (Light..VDC) Traction Power Rail (+ VDC) d = Distance to be defined by the monorail provider To stabling and workshop Figure 5a: Depot power line drawing (LV PC = Low Voltage Primary Cabinet) POWER DISTRIBUTION .

CONCEPT SCHEMATIC (3211) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .8 kVAC triphase) R1B-DEP R2B-DEP R15B-DEP R16B-DEP R8B-DEP R7A-DEP R8A-DEP R9B-DEP R9A-DEP T3-DEP R3B-DEP R3A-DEP T1B-DEP R7B-DEP GR1B-DEP Rectifier Group GR1A-DEP Rectifier Group T1A-DEP T2-DEP Figure 5b: Depot power line drawing POWER DISTRIBUTION .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh (13.8 kVAC triphase) RDG2 TDG RDG1 DG RD G3 COIL RDGB-DEP RDGA-DEP RHB-DEP RHB-DEP RHA-DEP RHA-DEP Diesel Generator + Transformer (Inside depot area) R1A-DEP R2A-DEP R15A-DEP Feeder A (13.8 kVAC triphase) R16A-DEP Feeder B (13.Vol 2 Part 2.doc 31 July 2009 Page 61 / 496 .

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc LV PC-ST2 31 July 2009 Page 62 / 496 .Vol 2 Part 2. E&M .2 Station without rectifier Power Line diagram Feeder A (13. ST6) (LV PC = Low Voltage Primary Cabinet) POWER DISTRIBUTION .VDC) Traction Power Rail (+ VDC) d = Distance to be defined by the monorail provider Figure 6: Station without rectifier power line drawing (e.) R6B-ST2 R6A-ST2 Traction Power Rail (. ST1.. ST2.8 kVAC triphase) R1A-ST2 R2A-ST2 R1B-ST2 RL3B-ST2 R2B-ST2 RL3A-ST2 RL4A-ST2 T1A-ST2 R14-ST2 RL4B-ST2 T1B-ST2 To ST2 equipment (Light.8 kVAC triphase) Feeder B (13.g.Riyadh 5.CONCEPT SCHEMATIC (3211) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .

Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 5.8 kVAC triphase) R1B-ST3 R2B-ST3 R15B-ST3 RL7B-ST3 RL7A-ST3 R16B-ST3 R3B-ST3 R3A-ST3 T1B-ST3 R8B-ST3 R4B-ST3 R4A-ST3 R5B-ST3 R5A-ST3 R6B-ST3 R6A-ST3 R13-ST3 To ST3 equipment (Light.VDC) T1A-ST3 GR1B-ST3 Rectifier Group GR1A-ST3 Rectifier Group 31 July 2009 Page 63 / 496 .VDC) Traction Power Rail (+ VDC) d = Distance to be defined by the monorail provider Figure 7: Station 3 (and Station 5) power line drawing POWER DISTRIBUTION .8 kVAC triphase) Feeder B (13.3 Station with rectifier Power Line diagram R1A-ST3 R2A-ST3 R15A-ST3 R16A-ST3 Feeder A (13.doc R14-ST3 R8A-ST3 (.CONCEPT SCHEMATIC (3211) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .VDC) Traction Voltage Limiter / Energy Storage (.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .) Traction Power Rail (.. E&M .

E&M .8 kVAC triphase) R13B-ST4 R1A-ST4 R2A-ST4 R13AST4 R1B-ST4 R2B-ST4 R7B-ST4 T1B-ST4 R7A-ST4 RL8B-ST4 To ST4 equipment (Light.VDC) Traction Power Rail (+ VDC) d = Distance to be defined by the monorail provider Figure 8: Station 4 power line drawing POWER DISTRIBUTION .) R6B-ST4 R6A-ST4 R14-ST4 Traction Power Rail (.CONCEPT SCHEMATIC (3211) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .4 Station with 13.Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 5.8 kVAC triphase) Feeder B (13.doc RL8A-ST4 T1A-ST4 31 July 2009 Page 64 / 496 RHB2-ST4 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ..8kV feeder from HVS Power Line diagram RHA2-ST4 RHA1-ST4 RHB1-ST4 From HVS-B From HVS-A Feeder A (13.

Monorail alignment and station location Figure 9 POWER DISTRIBUTION .doc 31 July 2009 Page 65 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2.CONCEPT SCHEMATIC (3211) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh 6.

G.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Number T Family A1 Revision Document number: KAFD Project It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Title: ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS SYSTRA Transmitter PHB Phase PE Type E&M Discipline ALL Subject 3220 Doc. Revision according to Hill Intl comment Revision: A1 Prepared by Name M.B.Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 16/06/2009 28/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author M. / O. Fontaine 28 Jul 2009 Approved by O. .Bouhier 28 Jul 2009 Date: 31 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 .TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 2 .G. M.Gourdache Date 28 Jul 2009 Signature Checked by L.

.... 77 2.............................90 Permissible Leakage..............................4.................1 Chilled Water System ......................................88 System standards ......................... 88 2.....8....................................................................................................................3. 72 1.................2 Documentation Requirements ...............................................................................1......................8..... 73 1. 85 2..........................................................................................3 Scope of Work...... 76 2........................................................................................1.......................................... 70 1............................................................................. 75 2... 87 2............. 89 General ..........4...............Vol 2 Part 2... 79 2..............6 OCC SCADA FUNCTIONS ........................ 70 1.......................................................................2..... 86 2..........................7 PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE SYSTEM .6 Submittal ....................... 74 2........................................................................................................90 ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ................................................2......................... 71 1...............................................5 Normal Mode Control...................................................................8 FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS....................................................................................................................................................................................................................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.....................4...............2....................... 72 1................................................................................8...............................................4............ 77 2.............................2 Platform Air Conditioning System ..........................................3 Emergency Mode Control ....................................................................................................... INTRODUCTION ...............................................................8......................1 2....................................................88 Installer qualifications ..................... 78 2................3 Software Design Requirements .................................................................... 73 1.......3.doc 31 July 2009 Page 67 / 496 ..........................................4 SCOPE OF CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION WORK ......................................3 2...................................................................................................................3 ABBREVIATIONS .....................................................................................1 General ..............................90 General Installation ..............................................................8.................. 80 2......................................5....................... 78 2........... 77 2...................3. 77 2...................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ...... 71 1........2.....................5 2..............................................................................8..........................................4......................2 2.............................................4 STATION SMOKE EXTRACTION SYSTEMS ......4........................8.....................................................................................................................2 CHILLED WATER SYSTEM...........3 Concourse Air Conditioning System .........................2......................................................................................................1 2.......................................................... 80 2...............................................................................................................2 Quality Assurance....8............................................................................................2 Environmental Indoor Conditions ............................. 79 2..........................3 STATION AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM .............. 81 2............88 2..........3...................................................................................................4 2.................................................................................4 Training Requirements.......4 2................................ 88 2....................2...............................................5 Water Quality........................................................................................................................89 Hydrostatic Tests..............................................5.............................................................89 Water Supply................................................................................................................................................................. ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEM............................................................................................................................................................4...........................1 General ........2....8.......................................4................................................ 88 Automatic Water Sprinkler Systems : System Description .......................................2 Fire Alarm Zones ..89 Pipe Work & Fittings .......................1 PROJECT BACKDROP .........................1 Environmental Outside .................................................................................................................2......... 86 2........................5 SMOKE CONTROL SYSTEM.......................................5.......................................................................................................................1 Design Requirements ................3 Chilled Water Circulation Pumps..........8.........8............................4..................................................................4...................................................................................... 75 2................................................... 88 2..... 85 2............................2 PURPOSE OF THE DOCUMENT ...............................3...1 STATION DESIGN CRITERIA .....................................................4 Air conditioning for Back of House Areas ............................. 82 2................................................2 2..............3 2.................................................................................................................................1 General ..............................................4 Water Pressurisation Functions.................... 75 2.8........................................8.................................................................................................................2 Heat Exchanger ................................................................................ 86 2....... 79 2..................................................

.......... 97 HEAT EXCHANGER CONTROL ..........................................................................................................................................................95 Training Course .........................12 2................................................................................... 97 OVERVIEW OF EQUIPMENT CONTROL ...................................................6.....8......................................................................................... 101 8........................................................................................... 99 EMERGENCY MODE CONTROL .......9 2.....................................................................................5 2......................................................................8 2..............................3 3.............................................93 The Hydraulic Calculations....................93 The Shop Drawings ..........................................................................................................................................94 The Design Guarantee..............................94 Spare Parts .......................................................8.....................................6................................. 103 8...................6...................................................................8........2 2.....................................................................................................6..................8.................. 97 STATION EXTRACT FAN CONTROL ............................................8............................................................................................................ 92 Fixed Automatic Fire Extinguishing Gas Systems : System Description ....... 92 General Technical Conditions ..................................6..............91 Cleaning and Adjusting..............................6......................................94 As Built Drawings ......................................................................................................... ECS MODE CONTROL ... 103 9.....................................................................................................................95 3.............................92 The Specialized Subcontractor ..............91 Operating and Maintenance Instructions...............1 8.....................................................11 Hangers and Supports...... 98 LIFTS AND ESCALATOR CONTROL .............................2 3......................................................... 101 7............ 99 4............... IMPLEMENTATION REQUIREMENT......................8......................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .....................................4....... 104 ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ...4.............................92 Compartments Inspection........................................................ 98 4....................6..............8........8.....4........................................92 2......................... 98 STATION SMOKE/EXTRACT FAN CONTROL . 97 WATER PUMP CONTROL ............. 101 RAMS ............................................................ 97 LOCAL CONTROL & PACKAGED PLANT CONTROL .........................................................7 2...................................................................................................................... 99 LOCAL FIRE ALARM PANEL .............7 3..................................................................... ECS TIME TABLE CONTROL ................................................................................................................................. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE ........................ 101 ECS ROOM CONTROL.......................................Riyadh 2....................................8...........................93 Systems Conceptual Design ........8.......................8.....................4.......................................6 2....6..........................................................................94 Inspection and Commissioning Tests ...............................2 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENT .......... 98 DAMPER CONTROL ..........................................................6 3...............................................6.............................................................................6 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ....................................................................................8 3................................................................8...............................................................................................................................10 3.................................................................................. 6...................7 2.... 99 5....................... 98 AIR HANDLING UNIT CONTROL ................................................5 3........................2 4.................................... 103 TESTING AND COMMISSIONING REQUIREMENT........................4 4..................4...............................................................................9 2...........92 The Systems’ Components .......................................................................................6............................ 99 NORMAL MODE CONTROL ......6........................................................................................................................94 The Performance Guarantee............................................................................................1 2.................1 3......................................................... 97 3..................................................................... 99 MODE CONFLICTS.......10 2.........................13 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS .............................Vol 2 Part 2......................................8....12 3..............................14 Portable Extinguisher: System Description .......................................... 98 FAN COIL UNITS/ SPLIT TYPE UNIT CONTROL ..1 4.......................... 98 FIRE PUMP ........................................................................8...................................91 Spare Sprinkler Heads ............... ECS CONTROLLED EQUIPMENT.................................. 7.6..................................6...............................8...................5 4.....8 2...........................................................................................................13 2.......92 Listing for Fire Fighting .............................8......................... 99 MODE CONTROL PRIORITY .........................................................11 3.....................................................................................................................................................................................3 4............................................................................................8.......3 2.........................................4 3.....................................................................9 3.........................................5 2..............................doc 31 July 2009 Page 68 / 496 ................................................................................................................91 Drains and Test Pipes ..........................................................1 SPECIFIC EQUIPMENT ........................8................................6......................................11 2..........................................................................................................4 2......8..................................................6 2.............................................................................................................10 2...8............8......... 97 DUTY STANDBY CONTROL ...........................

.............................................................................doc 31 July 2009 Page 69 / 496 .............................1 9...........................................................................................................................2 10........ 105 ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ......................................Vol 2 Part 2...............KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .............................................................................................. 104 OPERATION .....................Riyadh 9.... 104 APPENDIX......................... MAINTENANCE ....

modern urban transit system. Introduction 1. hotel complexes and street network. buildings. with air conditioned trains and stations. The Monorail System should be a state of the art ultra. Such system will comprise a one track line in circular configuration.Riyadh 1. totally elevated with a satisfactorily level of integration into the whole KAFD development.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1 Project backdrop The objective of this Project is to provide public transport services to passengers travelling within the area of King Abdullah Financial District. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . One major characteristic and challenge of this project is the integration of the stations inside buildings.doc 31 July 2009 Page 70 / 496 . In addition as monorail technology is a quite small segment of worldwide mass transit system there are only a very limited number of major and strong manufacturers with quite proven and proprietary solution. in keeping with the image of the KAFD Development.Vol 2 Part 2. using the KAFD Monorail System.

including: Scope of Work. Alternative design solutions presented by the ECS supplier will be reviewed only if they comply to the functional and interface requirements outlined within this document. The design of the system shall comply with the requirements outlined in this document.Riyadh This document is written with the objective to produce a flexible tender documentation and should not be considered as a restrictive description.3 Abbreviations Abbreviation A/C AHU AI AO BOH CPU CRAC DI ECS E&M ESC FMCP FOH FCU FPS GSS HEX HVAC I/O LFAP LD L&E MFD MCC MCP Description Air conditioning Air Handling Unit Analogue Input Analogue Output Back Of House Central Processing Unit Computer Room Air Conditioner Digital Input Environment Control System Electromechanical Escalator Fire Man Control Panel Front Of House Fan Coil Unit Fire Protection System Gas Suppression System Heat Exchanger Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning Input/Output Local Fire Alarm Panel Ladder Diagram Lift & Escalator Motorised Fire Damper Motor Control Centre Motor Control Panel ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .2 Purpose of the document The following sections of this document detail the requirements of the Environmental Control System (ECS). Functional Requirements. Control Requirements.doc 31 July 2009 Page 71 / 496 . Should the tenderer feel disadvantaged because of a difficult or unnecessary requirement. 1. he could raise his concerns to the Client and offer alternative solutions. 1.Vol 2 Part 2. Interface Requirements.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The intended tender process shall be driven mostly by functional and performance requirements and should be read as a reference.

Computer for Maintenance Purpose. 1. a dedicated ECS SCADA system is not in the scope of the control system. . . all references to the SCADA system in this document are referring to the OCC SCADA system.Local Control Panels (LCP’s). The Controls and Instrumentation Works include: . For clarification.Motor Control Centres (MCC’s). efficient. Portable fire extinguisher.NFPA 70 .4.Local Authority (Civil Defence) requirements. Fire Protection System.Actuators.Life Safety Code. development.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .NFPA 101 .National Fire Alarm Code. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .NFPA 2001. installation. . setting to work. for safe and clean agents’ systems.1 Design Requirements The ECS shall be a reliable. Station Smoke extraction system.Motors.Vol 2 Part 2. . .NFPA 13. . Low Voltage Distribution System.NFPA 220 . . Station Lighting Control System. The SCADA system shall be provided by the OCC contractor. The Control system will use Industrial Standard programmable controllers to control and monitored the Station Environmental Control System. Lifts and Escalators. .doc 31 July 2009 Page 72 / 496 .Standard for Fixed Guideways Transit & Passengers Rail. delivery. Installation of Sprinkler Systems.NFPA 130 . easily maintained system. supply.NFPA 72 . performance and reliability testing of the Environmental Control system.Standard on Types of Building Construction. Station Ventilation system. . The system provided shall control and monitor the ECS plant automatically such that the system shall operate normally when unattended. . . . . testing.National Electric Code.4 Scope of Controls and Instrumentation Work The Scope of Work includes the detailed design. the ECS shall interface to the OCC SCADA system as specified in this document. .Valves and Dampers. It shall comply with the international standards stipulated in the Particular Specification.NFPA 10. commissioning. The ECS shall control and monitor the following major systems: Station Air conditioning system.Controller Control Panels.Instrumentation. Uninterruptible Power Supply.Riyadh MSB MMI SMO WHO Mechanical Switchboards Man Machine Interface Security Management Office World Health Organization 1. . .

Quality Plans. Software shall include diagnostic routines.2 Documentation Requirements The detailed design and development of the ECS shall follow the V development life cycle and include the preparation. Software event shall be triggered by hardware events (an input point) or software events (event instruction). Validation documentation and test reports will be submitted for all levels of testing. or ST languages. Each program shall include routines programmed in LD. FBD. One of the routines can be specified as the main routine and one can be specified as an optional fault routine. submission for review and development to final status of all documentation described in Particular Specifications and in the KAFD Monorail Software Assurance Quality Plan. The preparation and presentation of technical requirements for the Packaged Plant system to establish the necessary interface details for each station packaged plant.4. Test & Commissioning Plans. Application programmes shall be constructed from standard functions (i. The number of routines which can be contained in a program is limited only by memory. Functional Test Documentation. Document Plans.Riyadh 1. Software Test Documentation.4.doc 31 July 2009 Page 73 / 496 . which check hardware for correct operation.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . proven software driven direct digital control functions. Test & Commissioning Reports. Function Block Diagram (FBD). Site. Design Plans.Vol 2 Part 2. including test specifications and plans covering Factory. Installation and setting to work Plans. A detailed description of testing will be supplied including simulation methods and scope of work. All hardware faults shall be enunciated on the OCC SCADA system. times.e.3 Software Design Requirements The programming format shall be IEC 1131-3 compliant Ladder Diagram (LD). Installation and setting to work Reports. math functions etc) which are contained in EPROM. Software Design Documentation. Sequential Function Chart (SFC). The Supplier shall provide detailed documentation for test and commissioning requirements of the ECS system. The design will include the detailed design development of standard. Functionality and Test on completion documentation. and Structured Text (ST) languages. Verification and Validation Reports. and include as a minimum the following project document types: Functional Design Documentation. Operations and Maintenance Plans. Logic functions. In-house. (Systems that utilise specially customised or adapted software will not be accepted). 1. All routines shall be capable of being edited when on-line. SFC. Site Acceptance Test Documentation. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .

documentation (including revision control log of all software changes). including the provision of the necessary licenses and a copy of the final software programme in electronic form.4.4 Training Requirements Please refer to general specifications.Vol 2 Part 2. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh Tag naming convention shall adhere to specifications in IEC 1131-2. The development.doc 31 July 2009 Page 74 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . validation and demonstration of all software required. 1.

m 612 Please refer to general specifications for more details on this topic.1.km/h 35.°C 10 Extreme Wind Speed .64 Mean Coincident Wet-Bulb .0 Longitude 46° 72’ E Elevation above sea level .0 (0.° C 18.1 Environmental Outside Reference: Climate Design Data 2005 ASHRAE Handbook Location : Riyadh Latitude 24° 72’ N Summer Cooling Design Conditions Cooling Dry Bulb .° C 44. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .4%) Winter Heating Design Conditions Design Heating Dry Bulb .0 (0.Riyadh 2.1 Station Design Criteria 2.Vol 2 Part 2. Environmental Control System 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 31 July 2009 Page 75 / 496 .°C 14.4%) Range of Dry Bulb .

doc 31 July 2009 Page 76 / 496 .2 Environmental Indoor Conditions Room Name Unpaid Concourse Entrances Paid Concourse Ticket Sales Office Ticket Vending Machine Room Station Control Room Police Room Chilled water Plant Room HVAC Tank / pump Rooms Gas Bottle Room Diesel generator Room TPS Room SSS Transformer / Switch Room TSS Transformer / Switch Room UPS Room Signaling /Com Room Design Temperature °C 28° C 26° C 26° C 24° C 24° C 24° C 26° C max 40° C max 45° C max 45° C 40° C 40° C max 40° C max 40° C max 40° C 24° C 24° C Design humidity % RH 35-55% 35-55% 35-55% 35-55% 35-55% 35-55% 35-55% uncontrolled uncontrolled uncontrolled uncontrolled less than 85% less than 85% less than 85 % less than 8 5% 35-55% uncontrolled Table 1 .Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 2.1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Room Control Requirements ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .

For automatic operation.0 / 13.1 Chilled Water System The station chilled water circuit comprises of two plate heat exchangers. Water Temperature Requirements are: Primary Temperature requirement is 7. The SCADA system shall monitor the operating status of all pumps. the supply and return water passes through the metal plates and heat from the water is transferred. A packaged plant pressurisation system will maintain chilled water pressure through the operation of a booster pump supply water to the system when the pressure drops. scheduled changeover will occur during non operating hours.0 deg C Secondary Temperature requirement is 8. Local control will be available from the local control panel. High pressure primary side. The alarms value shall be adjustable.0 / 12. including but not limited to: ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The status of the LCP shall be displayed at the OCC SCADA system.2.Riyadh 2.2. The ECS shall monitor the KAFD monorail supply and return water temperature and pressure difference. High temperature secondary side. The duty pump selection will be based on run hours. the command to enable the chilled water pumps will be issued on system start-up.Vol 2 Part 2. A local /remote selector switch will be supplied with pump start/stop pushbuttons and status display. The duty standby rotation will be on a weekly basis. controlled by the ECS controllers. the system operator shall be to adjust equal run time to suit site conditions. 2.0 deg C 2. High temperature primary side. Out of range alarms will be raised to the OCC SCADA system. High pressure secondary side. The ECS shall monitor the pressure and temperature and raise appropriate alarms to the SCADA system. The OCC SCADA system will have the function to manually control the chilled water pumps.doc 31 July 2009 Page 77 / 496 . The station chilled water is dependant on the constant chilled water supply from the KAFD monorail system.2 Heat Exchanger The Heat Exchanger requires no control from the ECS.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the duty chilled water pumps shall run 24hours a day. two duty and two standby.3 Chilled Water Circulation Pumps The station chilled water pumps will provide a constant flow of water to the station A/C units. high limit and abnormal as indicated in the schedule of points. four chilled water pumps. make up water tank.2. The system will contain expansion tanks and booster pumps. The ECS shall ensure the pumps run with equal run hours. Alarms to have low limit. operating as standby assist to circulate chilled water between the heat exchangers and the station air handling units and fan coil units. change the duty/standby selection and set the pumps to out of service.2 Chilled Water System 2.

Water supply system will be pre-treated to WHO standards as defined under Plumbing and Drainage. In the event of a pump failure. An alarm shall be raised.4 Water Pressurisation Functions A packaged plant pressurisation system will maintain chilled water pressure through the operation of a booster pump maintaining the system pressure. Low limit. pressure and flow sensors.doc 31 July 2009 Page 78 / 496 . Raise alarm at pump failure / trip.Riyadh Running/Stopped.2. after a pre-set (adjustable) time delay. 2. Healthy/tripped. booster pumps.5 Water Quality Water treatment will be provided to achieve the required water quality so as to minimise maintenance and maximise the life of the equipment and installations. after which it shall be stopped. In the event of a high pressure condition a critical alarm shall be raised. the failed pump shall be stopped and the standby pump started. as detected by a mismatch between the pump command and status. Run Hours. On plant shut down the chilled water pump shall continue to run for 15 minutes to dissipate residual cool from the heat exchangers. Differential Pressure. the status of all pressurisation components will be displayed on the OCC SCADA system.2. Upon receipt by the ECS of acceptable pressure conditions the plant shall be re-started following a normal sequence re-start. 2. The packaged system will contain expansion tanks. high limit and abnormal. a pump fault signal shall be generated and the pump will stop. an alarm for that particular pump and an alarm indicating both pumps failed shall be raised. In the event of failure of both pumps the standby pump shall be shutdown.Vol 2 Part 2. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Local/Remote. local control panel.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Additional chemical dosing will be provided to maintain the preferred standard to minimise corrosion of pipework and equipment on both the Chilled Water. The pump shall not re-enter the automatic control sequence until the operator acknowledges that the fault on the pump has been cleared. and the pumps shall be stopped. The ECS shall monitor the water pressure across the individual pumps and after reaching the limit water pressure drop. The pressurisation shall be packaged plant and not controlled through the ECS controllers. The plant shall not re-enter the automatic control sequence until the low pressure condition has been cleared. make up water tank. In the event of low pressure condition a critical alarm shall be raised.

The central all-air systems draw in fresh air from outside the building through sand louvers into the Plant rooms.doc 31 July 2009 Page 79 / 496 . when outside air enthalpy is less than or equal to return air enthalpy. 10% fresh air will be a minimum requirement. which will have access space for maintenance.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . During the summer period.Vol 2 Part 2. 2.3. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . According to acoustical design criteria inside platform and concourse areas. During the economiser cycle operation.0 Copper (increment) below 0.3.Riyadh The water for the chilled water systems will be maintained at the following specification: pH value 8. This shall control the amount of the chilled water passing through the cooling coil and hence control the return air temperature at the required set point by varying the supply air temperature. Return air will be extracted from each air-conditioning area (via return air grilles installed in the suspended ceiling) by each return/exhaust fans located in the plant room before being mixed with fresh outside air. the air handling units shall work on minimum fresh air rate to minimise energy usage. The plant will be contained in dedicated Plant rooms. Each area is served by a constant volume air conditioning system comprising one air handling units and two return air fans operating in duty standby.1 General The Air-Conditioning to the station Platform and concourse areas shall be provided by a number of central All-air systems.0-10. to minimize the infiltration of dust outdoor air particularly during sand storm period.2 Platform Air Conditioning System The platform is divided into two areas. A return air thermostat shall be installed in the return air duct. The amount of minimum fresh air shall be pre-set during the commissioning period.2 Nitrite (NO2-) above 250 2.3 Station Air Conditioning System 2. Conditioned supply air shall be provided to the platform area via a high level insulated ductwork to diffusers installed in the suspended ceiling. it shall be changed to 100% fresh air. attenuators may be provided in upstream or downstream of each Air Handling Units.0 Total Dissolved Solids below 2500 Total Hardness (as CaCO3) below 50 Turbidity (FTU scale) below 5 Iron (increment) below 1. The amount of air exhausted or the amount of fresh air drawn in depends on the mode of operation. The Platform area shall be maintained in a relative positive pressure relative to the outdoor.

These shall operate independent of the ECS system from locally mounted thermostat controllers. the AHU shall be supplied with treated air to supply the rooms. 10% fresh air will be a minimum requirement. the return/extract fans shall be able to remove the generated heat inside the concerned room and to control temperature room to a maximum temperature level of 45° C.doc 31 July 2009 Page 80 / 496 . During the summer period. Space temperature sensors will be located in each room served by the AHU.3.3. The amount of air exhausted or the amount of fresh air drawn in depends on the mode of operation. 2.4 Air conditioning for Back of House Areas Station rail and plant rooms shall be served by a constant volume air conditioning system comprising one air handling units and one return air fan controlling the temperature 24 hours per day. Rooms that are not supplied treated air from a AHU shall have independent room controller.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Each area is served by a constant volume air conditioning system comprising one air handling units and two return air fans operating in duty standby. In the case of Air Handling Unit failure. Return air will be extracted from each air-conditioning area.3 Concourse Air Conditioning System The Concourse is divided into two areas. The amount of minimum fresh air shall be pre-set during the commissioning period.Vol 2 Part 2. it shall be changed to 100% fresh air. each room served will have a motorised damper to ensure uniform air distribution. This shall control the amount of the chilled water passing through the cooling coil and hence control the return air temperature at the required set point by varying the supply air temperature. A return air thermostat shall be installed in the return air duct. Conditioned supply air shall be provided to these areas via air ducts. the temperature will be controlled by finding the average room temperature to control the amount of chilled water passing through the cooling coil and hence control the supply air temperature at the required set point. FCU or split type units. During the economiser cycle operation. when outside air enthalpy is less than or equal to return air enthalpy. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Return air will be extracted from each air-conditioning area (via return air grilles installed in the suspended ceiling) by each return fans located in the plant room before being mixed with fresh outside air. Conditioned supply air shall be provided to the concourse area via an arrangement of ceiling linear diffuser arranged to ensure uniform air distribution.Riyadh 2. the air handling units shall work on minimum fresh air rate to minimise energy usage.

extract fans and damper shall be controlled by the ECS controllers to the operating requirements defined in the mode tables. with a minimum of 5 litres per second per person (with numbers of passengers based on both platform and train occupancy). ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The air conditioning systems mix return air with a variable quantity of outside air. The provision of free cooling by an economiser control system will be included. once enabled the mode will continue to run each day during traffic hours. The minimum outside air is based on occupancy. so as to minimise the enthalpy reduction needed to be achieved by the cooling coil.5 Normal Mode Control Normal mode operation will be enabled from the OCC SCADA system. The OCC operator will enter a temperature set point for each concourse and platform zone. the station AHUs will maintain the required temperature. A Timetable schedule defined by the operator in the OCC shall enable and disable the operation of the mode equipment.Vol 2 Part 2. with the use of enthalpy sensors to determine the benefits of using return air or outside air.3.doc 31 July 2009 Page 81 / 496 . The OCC operator can change the mode type on demand. during non traffic hours the AHUs and extract fans shall be disabled.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . AHU. This will signal the control system to modulate dampers to switch between minimum fresh air to maximum fresh air. During traffic hours the equipment shall be enabled 1 hour before the start of traffic hours to ensure the required station temperature is reached.Riyadh 2. The equipment operation will follow the requirements defined in the Mode tables.

the A/C systems of the surrounding level would operate in supply mode. The principle of the station smoke extraction system is summarised in figures below. The smoke extraction is ensured by a dedicated smoke extract fans and fresh air intake via the different opening with adjacent areas. Air Conditioning system Unit (AHU) of the lower level are stopped 3.. These exhaust fans will be provided with “essential“ power supplies. Two interfaces exist.Vol 2 Part 2. This configuration aims to accomplish the following targets: Maintain a tenable environment in the means of egress from the incident area.Riyadh 2. To avoid the smoke migration to the upper level a vertical smoke barriers should be provided.Pressure difference between the station area and the surrounding environment (Outside the building. . Exhaust/return fans dedicated for the lower level are activated.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . by supporting the fresh air entry via the entry/exit points that will be used by occupants. 2. There is no difference in operation of the smoke management system if the fire is at one end. Air Conditioning system Unit (AHU) of the upper level are activated in supply mode. with automatic changeover on loss of supply. The associated supply air-handling units will provide support. one relating to adjacent building areas and the second to outdoor environmental area near the building. the following provisions shall be applied: In addition to the normal station fire smoke exhaust/return provisions.Etc.doc 31 July 2009 Page 82 / 496 . In the event of a baggage fire at lower level of the station. The control of these systems in fire mode will be hard-wired and fail-safe. the middle or at the other end of the level in fire. and in the adjacent building area). . to assist in smoke control in the event of a fire in the station where appropriate. Particular requirement shall be taken into account when designing the final solution: . via the escape paths. at least half of this air would be induced through the station entrances and thus. by supporting the stratification of smoke Control and reduce the migration of smoke between the fire area and adjacent spaces.The orientation of the building with respect to dominant forces of wind. Given the geometric nature of the relief air paths available. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . In summary: 1. Fresh-air is drawn into the lower level through entry/exit which may enhance egress conditions of the occupants.4 Station Smoke Extraction Systems The smoke extract/return fans will be used for smoke extract purposes and will operate in various modes depending on the location of the fire.

.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh towards smoke exhaust shaft towards smoke exhaust shaft Interface with Adjacent Building Areas P (atm) IT (° C) Exhaust duct Grilles with opened Fire dampers (Typ.) Exhaust duct Stairways.. Towards AC Plant room Supply fresh Air En/Ex En/Ex +∆ P ∆ Lower Level En/Ex En/Ex En/Ex : Entry/Exit of the station OT : Outdoor temperature IT : Internal temperature of adjacent area ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ..Vol 2 Part 2..doc 31 July 2009 Page 83 / 496 Station Control Volume Interface with Outdoor Environment P (atm) OT (° C) Wind (km/s) Orientation . En/Ex En/Ex Fire Upper Level En/Ex En/Ex Stairways.

.Riyadh towards smoke exhaust shaft towards smoke exhaust shaft Exhaust duct Interface with Adjacent Building Areas P (atm) IT (° C) Exhaust duct En/Ex vertical smoke barrier En/Ex Upper Level En/Ex +∆ P ∆ En/Ex Grille with opened Fire damper (Typ.Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .. .) En/Ex En/Ex Fire Lower Level En/Ex En/Ex : Entry/Exit of the station OT : Outdoor temperature IT : Internal temperature of adjacent area ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Supply fresh Air Stairways...doc 31 July 2009 Page 84 / 496 Station Control Volume Interface with Outdoor Environment P (atm) OT (° C) Wind (km/s) Orientation From AC Plant room Stairways.

Vol 2 Part 2. The complexity of the smoke management system will determine the method of controlling the smoke extract equipment and will be dependant on the requirements of the station emergency mode tables and the operational requirements of the equipment. The station smoke management system works by dividing the station into zones. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Each defined fire alarm zone shall have a digital input connection to the ECS controller.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . as required by the KAFD Monorail project systems assurance. requiring redundant controllers and networks. This document details a smoke management system controlled by programmable controllers.5 Smoke Control System The Control system shall control and monitor the station air-conditioning and smoke extraction system. the fire alarm panel should be SIL 2 rated and capable of achieving the requirements of the smoke management system. The emergency mode zone corresponds to fire alarm zone signal. For simple smoke extract systems it is possible to achieve the requirements of the station smoke management system using an intelligent Fire Alarm Panel.5. alternate configurations shall be reviewed if they meet the design intent of the system. The smoke control system shall be a safety Integrity Level 2 system – SIL2.Riyadh 2.doc 31 July 2009 Page 85 / 496 . 2. To achieve the safety integrity level 2 using programmable controller.1 General The Local Fire alarm Panel shall interface with the ECS control system. when a fire alarm signal is activated the ECS shall automatically activate the emergency mode. it will be necessary to configure the control system with at least two points of failure.

2. The OCC operator has the responsibility of stopping the mode from the SCADA system. Platform Fire Zone. sensor and instrumentation. Each station shall have a Fireman’s control panel in the SMO allowing the fire men to have local control over the smoke extract fans. Concourse Fire Zone. control panels.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 2. the equipment shall operate as per the mode table requirements. for smaller stations the concourse area may only have one fire zone. a second mode is requested to start and the second mode equipment operates in a different condition to the running emergency mode.3 Emergency Mode Control Multiple emergency modes have been defined for each station.Riyadh 2.2 Fire Alarm Zones The number of fire zones in a station shall depend on the size of the station.doc 31 July 2009 Page 86 / 496 . When a Fire alarm signal is active. This is condition is known as a mode conflict. Fire zones shall be station specific and cover the following areas. packaged plant. including main plant equipment. each mode defines the control requirements of the ECS equipment when a fire alarm signal is activated. a mode conflict can only exist when. the ECS controller shall automatically activate the corresponding emergency mode. the ECS controller shall command the smoke extraction fans to operate. When the ECS controller detects a fire alarm signal from the LFAP.Vol 2 Part 2. for larger stations there may be 2 zones. Trading Area Fire Zone. Manual emergency mode control shall be available from the OCC SCADA system. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . enabling control from the SCADA system. All pushbutton commands and status from the control panel shall be monitored at the OCC SCADA system. only when manually stopped by the operator shall the outputs be removed.6 OCC SCADA Functions The OCC SCADA system shall control and monitor the ECS system. in the event of a fan fail to run or damper fail to open scenario the output command shall remain on. when the fire alarm signal is de-activated the mode will continue to run. Activation of multiple emergency modes is dependant on the control requirements of the mode equipment. including but not limited to the following functions: Manual Equipment Control – The SCADA system shall be capable of selecting individual plant items to manual control.5. The ECS shall automatically start the emergency mode when a fire alarm signal is activated. the second mode will not start unless the running mode is stopped.5. with one mode running. when selected to manual the operator can operate the modes as required.

7 Plumbing and Drainage System All cold water. The SCADA system shall have the manual pump control. Temperature set point values for Concourse. Lighting Mode Control – The OCC SCADA system shall control and monitor the lighting modes. on/off pressure control. Again voltage free contacts shall be provided for status and alarm signals. Chilled water System – The SCADA system shall enable the chilled water pumps to run. cleansing water and flushing water systems shall be packaged pump type units with integral controls incorporating as a minimum. control commands and LCP status. When selected to manual control the mode will operate from start stop command issued from the SCADA system. the mode will run as per the ECS timetable. common failure alarm. auto duty standby changeover. Normal Mode Control – From the SCADA system the operator shall select Automatic or manual operation of the modes. The ECS controller shall provide complete monitoring of all plumbing and drainage equipment and sensors and log alarm and events. when selected to manual from the OCC. switches. sensors. All sump pump units shall be supplied complete with control panel.Riyadh During any manual operation period all plant interlocks shall operate as if under normal automatic control. tank water low level alarm. Each package unit shall contain voltage free contacts for monitoring and alarm signals. Lifts & Escalators – The SCADA system shall control and monitor the operation of the lifts and escalators The Normal and Emergency mode operating states shall be displayed at the SCADA system. level switches for on off pump control and high level alarm switches. When selected to automatic the SCADA system will set the daily schedule and the ECS shall determine the mode type.doc 31 July 2009 Page 87 / 496 . including local control events.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2. the ECS shall determine the duty standby allocation and run the pumps as required. Emergency Mode Control – Manual emergency mode control shall be available from the SCADA system. platform and back of House areas shall be entered from the SCADA system. when selected to manual the operator can operate the modes as required.. Equipment timetable Schedules shall be downloaded to the ECS controller from the SCADA system The SCADA system will receive alarms and events from the ECS main plant. Where equipment is paired in a duty standby configuration the OCC SCADA system shall be capable of forcing the order of duty standby allocation. the operator can operate the different lighting modes 2. In automatic control the ECS shall determine the mode type.

Portable fire extinguisher. NFPA 2001.2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . appurtenances and devices incidental to or necessary for a sound.8. indicated Codes. criteria . materials.8.8. and as requested by local authorities. Test reports: As indicated in paragraph "Field Quality Control" Hydrostatic Pressure Test Guarantees.3 Submittal Shop drawings: Manufacturer's data on each item of material or equipment used. requirements of local authorities shall govern. for chemical powder systems. Where there is conflict between local authority requirements and the drawings or Specifications.3 Installer qualifications Use Workmen skilled in this trade. as indicated in drawings & Technical Specs and in accordance with provisions of Contract Documents. 2. and the Civil Defence Authorities …subject for to their . Comments . modifications Till acceptance . standard for fixed guide way transit and passenger rail systems. for the fundamentals of the fire protection system on which the system design Shall be based on. for CO2 fixed automatic systems.1 General The aim is to provide all labour. All shall be completely coordinated with the works of all other trades. NFPA 13.8. and services for fire protection systems.8. provide and install all supplementary or miscellaneous items. Standards and Current Regulations in Riyadh 2. The Contractor shall submit at the early beginning of the project a complete & detailed design basis report .2 Quality Assurance 2. NFPA 17. international specifications. NFPA 12.2 - System standards Local Authority (Civil Defense) requirements. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The Scope of Services including Design .2.8 FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS 2. Remarks . tools. secure and complete installation.Vol 2 Part 2. equipment.1 Scope of Work Provide complete fire protection systems as indicated in tender drawings. The Report shall be Reviewed by the KAFD. NFPA 10. Supply and installation of the entire system shall be in accordance with the Tender Documents . 2. the Engineer . Although such work is not specifically indicated.Riyadh 2.doc 31 July 2009 Page 88 / 496 . for safe and clean agents’ systems.8. 2.2. Installation of Sprinkler Systems. NFPA 130.

The water sprinklers systems.doc 31 July 2009 Page 89 / 496 .1 General This system will be installed in the stations areas. Seamless pipes shall be used dependent on location circumstances.8. The main items of this project shall include the supply and installation of the following items: a. Water storage tank.4.8.9 valves. fire pumps shall be according to NFPA rules and regulations.4.4 Automatic Water Sprinkler Systems : System Description 2. Spare parts for maintenance sufficient for 3 years operation as per manufacturer recommendation.2 Pipe Work & Fittings The system shall be provided with all pipes. All fittings should be ANSI 1316.8. b.Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . For pipe sizes up to and including 2" used threaded fittings.). These guide lines call for a separate loop for the fire fighting water systems. pipe fittings.Riyadh 2. Each sprinkler system includes a device for actuating an alarm when the system is on operation. Pipes shall be seamless black steel ASTM A 53 schedule 40 and shall be tested hydraulically on test pressure not less than 18 bars of approved manufacture. hangers. Pipes should be satisfactory tested for destructive and non destructive tests. Min. The contractor shall provide. above 2" used welded end fittings. Any necessary fittings and accessories to provide complete efficient systems. operating pressure of any hydraulically calculated sprinkler shall be 7 psig. Applicable guide lines are the "National fire fighting Protection Association" (NFPA 13. c. 2. test.4. all parts of the system supplied shall also be checked and tested to perform a reliable efficient system. install. 2. The contractor shall be responsible to connect the systems with the main pressurized water feed lines. hand over and guarantee a complete water sprinkler system for fire fighting.8.3 Water Supply ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . brackets. clips and jointing materials necessary to complete the work in a good satisfactory manner. The systems shall be of wet type and include automatic water supplies which shall be through the site pressurized networks. flow switches pressure switches.

Riyadh The water is supplied by a header tank that should be provided by the Building attractor. it starts up and provides the needed high flow for fire suppression.4.5 Permissible Leakage The inside sprinkler piping shall be installed in such a manner that there shall be no visible leakage when the system is subjected to hydrostatic pressure test. At the completion of the installation. valves. Test should be incurred in strike conformity with NFPA. positions and connections of pipes. if any sprinkler heads are found to exceed the above mentioned tolerance. provided that the changes are requested prior to the installation of the contractor work.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . When the lower pressure limit of the main fire pump is reached. A fire pump system is used to maintain the correct hydraulic condition within the system (Pressure and water flow). the right is reserved by the consultant to change the locations to accommodate any conditions which may arise during the progress of the work without additional compensation to this contractor for such changes. A fire pump system is used to maintain the correct hydraulic condition within the system (Pressure and water flow). Since the activation of the large flow main fire pump is triggered by a system pressure drop. when the system is subjected to a hydrostatic pressure test. In case of fire. piping shall be installed concealed in the building construction and should be accessible. When the system pressure drops to a preset level. Test should be incurred in strike conformity with NFPA. The pump system is composed by two fire pump which deliver large volumes of water to the sprinkler system in case of fire and one jockey pump having low flow which keeps the system pressurized during normal non-fire conditions. it is very important to maintain system pressure since even normal plumbing leaks allow the system pressure to bleed down over a period of time. regulations.4 Hydrostatic Tests The system shall include all pipes and appurtenances shall be hydrostatically tested at not less than 264 psi (18 bars) pressure for 2 hours.8. No pipes or other apparatus shall be installed as to interfere in any way.4. 2.doc 31 July 2009 Page 90 / 496 .8.6 General Installation The sprinkler piping shall be installed in such a manner that there shall be no visible leakage. with a maximum deviation from the axis line of 14 mm plus or minus. A fire pump schematic arrangement and typical fire pump operation are provided in Appendix Chapter. etc. The arrangement. Where required. The sprinkler heads in all areas are to be installed on a true axis line in both directions. sprinkler heads open and fire hose connections are utilized causing a rapid system pressure drop over and above what the jockey pump is capable of supplying.Vol 2 Part 2.8. The tank shall contain a standing charge of freshwater equal to tyhat specified in NFPA 13 standard. same shall be removed and reinstalled by the contractor on his own expense without extra cost. and while they shall be followed as closely as possible. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .4. 2. with the full swing of the doors. The test pressure shall be red from an approved calibrated gauge located at the low point of the individual system or portion of the system being tested. 2. regulations. shown on the drawings shall be taken as an approximation. the jockey pump starts and charges the system back to normal pressure.

2.8. for as long a time is required to thoroughly clean the systems. Piping shall be hung from structural slab by means of malleable iron concrete inserts. 2..7 Hangers and Supports All piping shall be securely supported from the building structure by means of underwriters approved iron hangers. each and resting on the building structure or hung from slab in an approved manner.4.doc 31 July 2009 Page 91 / 496 . etc. Supports for vertical piping shall be heavy black iron extensions clamps for bolts.4. valves sections inside building. bent. or the work of other trades. spaced as required by the underwriter. flattened or otherwise injured either before or during the installation.10 Cleaning and Adjusting During construction. .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .. sand. etc. pipe shall not be split.4.8. Each system of piping shall be flushed (for the purpose of removing gril. No piping shall be hung from ductwork. Pipe drains to approved locations. from the piping).8 Drains and Test Pipes Provide drains & test at base of riser. contained in neat steel boxes.9 Spare Sprinkler Heads In addition to the heads actually required provide a stock of extra sprinklers of amounts as recommended by NFPA standards including a minimum of six sprinkler heads of each type and temperature rating used and two suitable socket wrenches. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 2. etc. suitable for use as a service kit on the job.4. All horizontal piping shall be supported by means of approved wrought iron clives type hangers with proper size suspension rods and lock-nuts. drains shall be valves and/or plugs as indicated and/or required... Provide all necessary accessories such as sight glasses . Provide all sprinkler heads and work in strict accordance with reviewed shop drawings. 2. Coordinate with all trades. at alarm valves. supports and pipe resets and installed in accordance with underwriters approved methods.Vol 2 Part 2. dirt. The consultant reserves the right to reject any and all work not in accordance with the reviewed shop drawings. properly cap all lines and equipment nozzles so as to prevent the entrance of sand. and at other locations indicated or requiring same for complete drainage of systems.8.8. the steel boxes shall be installed in the locations where indicated.. dirt. Provide all auxiliary required for pipe supports.Riyadh All screwed pipe through the job shall be smooth before being installed.

b.8.6 Fixed Automatic Fire Extinguishing Gas Systems : System Description The following section of the specification is covering the fire automatic extinguishing systems employing clean and safe gaseous agents. 2.8.6. Flexible connectors.6. installed.8. and supply qualified personnel to operate such equipment for a sufficient length of time to assure that such owner's representative is properly qualified to take over the operation and maintenance said equipment. the specialized sub-contractor as well as the system components’ suppliers and manufacturers must be already approved by the owner.6. Automatic clean agents fire extinguishing systems shall be provided specially to protect the control rooms.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . computer rooms and any electrical hazardous areas that is regularly occupied by persons (the protected areas shall be mentioned in details). The selection of type and size of fire extinguisher shall be based upon the type of fire anticipated in a given area 2. Solenoid valves for master cylinders’ automatic actuation Pneumatic actuation ports for slave cylinders. 2.Vol 2 Part 2.8. c.1 General Technical Conditions 2. The approved alternatives of clean agents are FE-13. All items included in this section shall be designed provided.8. 10 kg. b. Gas pressurized containers (cylinders) equipped with discharge tubes & head valves. Pilot cylinders and solenoid valves. d.6. weight powder The size type and area to be protected per portable fire extinguisher shall be in accordance with NFPA codes and standards.3 Listing for Fire Fighting All the fire extinguishing systems components must be UL listed & FM approved.11 Operating and Maintenance Instructions Provide to the Owner’s representative operating and maintenance instructions in quantities as called for in the general provisions. tested & commissioned in accordance with NFPA 2001 requirements. Inergen & FM-200.Riyadh 2. 2.2 The Specialized Subcontractor All clean agents fire extinguishing works shall be carried out by a specialized sub-contractor who has a sufficient pre-qualifications and experience records in such works.5 Portable Extinguisher: System Description Portable Extinguisher shall provided according to NFPA-10 (standard for extinguishers) 5. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . c.doc 31 July 2009 Page 92 / 496 .8. a. 2. e.4 The Systems’ Components The systems components shall include but not limited to the following elements: a.8.4. covering the operation and preventative maintenance for the entire sprinkler system.

Manual aborting switches to stop automatic actuation before releasing gases. u. actuation and suppression systems. Fire detectors for alarm and double nock automatic actuation system. Pressure gauges and or cylinders weighing devices for monitoring the cylinders’ charges. 2. Piping system hungers and supports. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The owner’s general revision shall never release the specialized subcontractor from his full responsibility about the design performed by his special software.8. Single line drawings for initial piping distribution systems.8. the power supply control systems … etc. raised floors. g. the specialized subcontractors must make sure that all the protected enclosures’ doors are fire rated and provided with proper automatic closing devices. special features. j. t. y. e. Remote electrical manual actuation system. A preliminary list of materials including all the systems’ components mentioned in 2. k. x.5 Compartments Inspection The specialized contractor must inspect and revise the final interior design of all the protected enclosures and compartments in order to make sure that his designed systems shall be reliable and fit the enclosure characteristics and furniture arrangement. w. manufacturers and their listing organizations or authorities for use in fire fighting systems. information and as an official record for the contractor’s design.6. the HVAC control systems. all false ceilings.6. d. Visible warning signals. models. q. Manual mechanical actuation system. Black seamless steel piping distribution system . Visible and audible alarms and sirens.6.8. openings and vents must be taken into consideration. 2. b.Riyadh f. Door holders and . l.if required – provide damper actuators. the calculations must be processed by the approved manufacturer’s special software and shall be submitted to the owner for general revision. Automatic selector valves. Cylinders brackets and supports. v. 2. The process and instrumentation diagrams for all the alarm. Interfaces with the main project alarm panel. Spare parts for three years operation. Pressure relief valves. Piping should be made of Black and Hot-Dipped Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) Welded and Seamless Steel. The gas cylinders’ capacities calculations.6 Systems Conceptual Design The specialized subcontractor must submit his preliminary design to conduct the owner’s approval concerning the following: a. Fire rated cables and connections. z. c. n. Check valves.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Headers’ vents. s. The precise survey and volume calculations for all enclosures.3 illustrating their types. p. o. r. i. Gas Nozzles.Vol 2 Part 2. The special fire alarm and control panels. Pressure switches.doc 31 July 2009 Page 93 / 496 . m. h.7 The Hydraulic Calculations The specialized subcontractor shall also prepare accurate hydraulic calculations for all the automatic clean agents fire extinguishing systems in accordance with the NFPA 2001 requirements.

smoke generators. The pipes supporting system & hungers’ details. Single line isometric illustration for the piping system.. the nominal size. The detailed piping distribution system plans & sections illustrating all sizes and fittings of the piping system in a proper scale (1/20 & 1/50). All spare parts shall be supplied from the approved manufacturer of the installed fire extinguishing system.8 The Shop Drawings After conducting the owner’s approval for the conceptual design and his comments about the hydraulic calculations the specialized subcontractor shall proceed on preparing and submitting a full detailed shop drawings for all the concerned fire extinguishing systems including but not limited to the following: a.11 As Built Drawings The specialized subcontractor shall provide a new issue of the shop drawings & documents mentioned above after updating them and recording all the modifications conducted during the systems’ erection. (each part must be shown on drawing with a designating number indicating its features & location). c.6.6. connectors. flexible connectors … and any other consumable electrical or mechanical part. d. e. the quantity.12 The Performance Guarantee The main and the specialized subcontractor shall guarantee and maintain the performance of the fire extinguishing systems over one year of operation starting after commissioning the systems and approving the pre-described as built drawings. manual actuation switches. nozzles. b. 2. spare parts and specialized personnel for performing the regular inspection tests and systems commissioning tests. 2.8. gaskets. gas pressurised special test cylinders. 2. f. alarm bells & sirenes.doc 31 July 2009 Page 94 / 496 .8. electronic valves protractors. The alarm & actuation system details.10 Spare Parts The contractor shall provide a complete set of the spare parts necessary for operating and maintaining the fire extinguishing systems over three years. A list of parts showing the number of each part of the system. connectors … etc. these drawings shall be the basic record for maintenance purposes and shall be referred to as a record in the design and performance guarantees provided by the main & subcontractors. pressure gauges. Fire detectors. couplings. manual alarm switches.Riyadh 2. all inspection and maintenance works shall be carried out under the owners’ supervision and to his satisfaction. 2. the description .Vol 2 Part 2. instruments shall include but not limited to the following: Air compressors. etc. b. headers and all the pertinent components and accessories as to be assembled on site (in a proper scale (1/10 & 1/20).6. the spare parts shall include but not limited to the following: a.8.8. The contractor shall be obliged to promptly replace any defected parts of the systems that may render it unreliable or reduce its efficiency. weighing devices.6. Detailed shop drawings for the containers. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .6.9 Inspection and Commissioning Tests The contractor must provide all the necessary instruments.. light current measuring devices solenoid valves spare parts.8.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

Riyadh 2. the safety against reaching toxic levels of gas concentration. All persons dealing with the protected compartments or occupying the nearby spaces must be aquatinted with the systems and the different types of alarms through attending special seminars to be prepared by the specialized subcontractor. 2. The subcontractor must also issue to the owner a comprehensive operation and maintenance technical manual for all the concerned system.6. the compensation of gas losses through open vents. the fast suppression of fires … etc. a.8.8. the gas homogeneity and even concentration throughout the protected compartments. The design guarantee shall cover the piping system. the nozzles distribution and arrangement. actuation and suppression systems.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 31 July 2009 Page 95 / 496 .14 Training Course The specialized subcontractor shall be obliged to provide a training course for the owner’s nominated team covering all the operation and maintenance aspects of the fire alarm.Vol 2 Part 2. cylinders capacities. b.13 The Design Guarantee The specialized subcontractor shall submit a permanent design guarantee expressing his full responsibility about the system’s hydraulic calculations and arrangement provided by his special software design program. the gas discharge rates and intervals. c. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .6. This guarantee shall refer to the final as built drawings and the final interior arrangement of the protected compartments indicating their compliance with the design parameters. Area evacuation tests shall also be conducted to set the suitable time delay for releasing the systems’ agents. monitoring and maintaining the systems perfectly. by the end of this course the trained team should be efficiently capable of operating.

Riyadh The following table summarizes the fire suppression to be used for each area.Vol 2 Part 2. Area Unpaid Concourse Entrances Paid Concourse Ticket Sales Office Ticket Vending Machine Room Station Control Room Police Room Chilled water Plant Room HVAC Tank / pump Rooms Gas Bottle Room Diesel generator Room SSS Transformer / Switch Room TSS Transformer / Switch Room UPS Room Signaling /Com Room Auxiliary Equip Room Signaling /Com Room Type of fire protection Water Sprinkler Water Sprinkler Water Sprinkler Portable fire extinguishers Portable fire extinguishers Portable fire extinguishers Portable fire extinguishers Water Sprinkler Portable fire extinguishers Water Sprinkler HFC 227 or IG 541 HFC 227 or IG 541 HFC 227 or IG 541 HFC 227 or IG 541 HFC 227 or IG 541 HFC 227 or IG 541 HFC 227 or IG 541 HFC 227 or IG 541 ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 31 July 2009 Page 96 / 496 .

ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 31 July 2009 Page 97 / 496 . A weekly scheduled duty standby changeover shall occur during non operating hours when the duty motor is stopped. Equipment Interlock Requirements. Local control from a LCP or MCC has the highest priority over the ECS system. 3.1 General Requirements The E&M equipment will be controlled through programmable controllers. The ECS shall monitor the status of all pumps. the system shall monitor the local status and the pushbutton actions executed from the LCP. OCC SCADA Functions.6 Heat Exchanger Control The Heat Exchanger requires no control from the ECS. 3. 3.4 Local Control & Packaged Plant Control The ECS controller shall monitor the status of all local control panels and packaged plant. The following section describes Typical equipment I/O (refer to Class List). Equipment Start-Up and Shutdown Sequence.Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 3. pumps that are controlled through the ECS Controller and pumps that are controlled as packaged plant. When the Local position is selected the ECS controller shall have no control of the selected equipment. 3.5 Water Pump Control There are two types of water pumps. control and monitoring will be through the OCC SCADA system. 3. ECS Controller Functions.2 Overview of Equipment Control The ECS controllers shall control and monitor the station equipment. ECS Controlled Equipment 3.3 Duty Standby Control The ECS Controller shall set the duty standby allocation of water pumps and extract fans based on the motor run hours and regular changeover schedules. the supply and return water passes through the metal plates and heat from the water is transferred. In the event of a duty motor failure the ECS controller shall change the duty standby allocation.

All AHU’s shall have mixing box with fresh air and return air motorised dampers.doc 31 July 2009 Page 98 / 496 . Local control is available from local control panels.12 Fan Coil Units/ Split Type Unit Control The ECS system does not monitor or control the Standalone room air-conditioning units. The ECS shall control the AHU to run from normal mode commands or manual requests from the SCADA system. 3. roll filter. 3. The ECS shall monitor the status of the three pumps.7 Station Extract Fan Control The ECS Controller shall control station extract fans located in the front and back of house areas. for re-circulation mode the dampers are required to provide 10% fresh air. bag filter.13 Fire Pump The ECS system shall manage the Jockey pump and duty/primary fire pumps with respect to pressure drop level inside the system. The BOH rooms that are supplied with chilled air from an AHU require extract fans to maintain the air movements and return the air to the AHU.11 Lifts and Escalator Control The ECS controller shall monitor the status of the L & E at the stations 3. they are controlled to open and close as per the normal mode free cooling and re-circulation and emergency mode requirements. 3. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The SCADA system can manually operate the dampers. Modulating dampers are controlled by analogue outputs.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .10 Damper Control Modulating and Motorised dampers are used in all station.Riyadh 3.9 Air Handling Unit Control Each station shall be provided with a number for air handling units serving public areas and back of house plant rooms to provide environmental control.8 Station Smoke/Extract Fan Control The Smoke extraction fans will run when emergency modes are requested from the LFAP or the SCADA system. The fans are also used for station ventilation and shall run as per operational requirements of the station normal modes. they operate independent of the ECS and run as per the thermostat settings. These Extract fans are controlled by station mode requirements 3. chilled water cooling coil and centrifugal fan.Vol 2 Part 2. they will be controlled through the ECS controllers. 3.

only one mode shall be activated at any time. equipment conflicts can occur. The following section outlines the ECS mode control requirements. 4. LFAP Fire Alarm Zone. 4.Vol 2 Part 2.2 Mode Control Priority Each mode control source is given a priority for controlling the mode.doc 31 July 2009 Page 99 / 496 . 4.3 Mode Conflicts Where multiple station modes operate together. A conflict occurs when the same equipment is being controlled by two modes and different operating states are required. MCC Local Control. Only one mode shall be activated at any time. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . One digital input per fire alarm zone. Mode conflict tables should be generated to identify possible equipment conflicts between modes.5 Emergency Mode Control Multiple emergency modes types exist. 4. The panel is designed to have a hardwired control of the smoke extraction system. ECS Automatic Mode Control. The Local Fire and Alarm panel activates the station fire zone alarms. the ECS controller receives the input from the LFAP and automatically activated the associated emergency mode. ECS Mode Control 4. 4.4 Normal Mode Control Two normal mode types exist.Riyadh 4.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .6 Local Fire Alarm Panel Each station has a Local Fire alarm Panel located in the SMO. For the above stations there only exist ECS emergency and normal modes. Free cooling Mode and Re-circulation Mode. one mode for each fire zone are defined in the mode table. priority tables should be defined that will show the effects of priority Control from the different sources. modes can be controlled from the following sources: OCC SCADA System. The ECS activates the emergency mode corresponding to the fire zone signal. When designing the ECS system. The equipment shall be controlled through different mode types defined in station mode tables.1 General Requirements The ECS system shall control the station air-conditioning system and smoke management system.

Riyadh The ECS shall have the following functions: Monitor Local Remote status and pushbutton events. the ECS controller shall control the fan per mode requirements.doc 31 July 2009 Page 100 / 496 . Smoke equipment controlled locally shall be indicated on the SCADA system. Local control of smoke related equipment shall not stop the ECS mode Control.Vol 2 Part 2. When control of a smoke equipment is resumed to remote control. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The SCADA system shall log LFAP alarms and event.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

regularity of service and fare structure. Room control generally requires room temperature monitoring so the ECS controller can activate room ventilation requirements such as temperature control. Should room control become a requirement of the environmental control system. this is achieved by disabling & enabling the operation of A/C equipment through timetable control. Quality of Service is influenced by other characteristics concerning functionality and performance. 6. Railway RAM describes the confidence with which the system can guarantee the achievement of this goal. The ECS shall verify the timetable before accepting the values. The operation of the station air-conditioning equipment shall be dependant upon timetable requirements specified at the OCC SCADA system. The following data should be met as a minimum and bettered where possible. ventilation standby assist. MTTR). During non traffic hours there is a requirement to reduce the volume of station air-conditioning. 7.1 Specific equipment The section is a guide to the maintainability (Mean Time to Repair. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .doc 31 July 2009 Page 101 / 496 . The operator shall download timetable requirements from the SCADA system. this section shall be updated. 7. RAM has a clear influence on the quality with which the service is delivered to the customer. for example frequency of service. ECS Room Control Room control requirements can apply to the station back of house areas that are controlled by dedicated A/C and ventilation equipment such as FCU and CRAC split type units. Reliability (Mean Time Between Failures.Vol 2 Part 2. duty standby control. RAMS The goal of the KAFD Monorail Project is to achieve a defined level of rail traffic in a given time. safely. MTBF) and Availability of the specific equipment required as part of the ventilation system for KAFD Monorail project.Riyadh 5. ECS Time Table Control Time table control is required for the energy saving requirements of the station control system.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

000 99.20 years 15 .99 3 10 .12 years Maintainability MTTR (hours) (Typ.12 years 100.80 6 18000 99.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2.) 1 2 Extract Fans AHU Fan motor bearings 4 Damper (fire damper.) 99. 4 balance damper.20 years 10 .Riyadh Service Life Ref Item (Typ.doc 31 July 2009 Page 102 / 496 .99/99.) 82000 82000 Availability /(equipment life) (%) (Typ.96 ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .) 2 2 Minor 8 Major 200 Reliability MTBF (hours) (Typ. shutoff damper) 15 .99 99.

8. before tests. that the ECS systems meet the performance values imposed in the relevant particular specifications. This program shall at least include the following tests and measurements. contractually. • The construction process will be supervised by a company having extensive experience in the construction of major projects with all the elements of work involved in the erection of the elevated structures.2 Testing and commissioning requirement The Contractor shall guarantee. 8. The Contractor shall bear the costs of all tests and measurements. and shall ensure that his installations include all provisions required for the tests and measurements. He shall also provide the measurement equipment required. He shall propose an acceptance test program for the installation. The following measures will be taken to ensure construction defects will be minimised to a level that is expected on major construction projects: • Materials and workmanship requirements are governed by established and nationally and internationally recognised Specifications with good site monitoring and quality assurance systems.Final acceptance tests ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . o Fire resistance tests (fire testing certificate) .Tests and inspections after installation o Tests common to all the equipment o Tests specific to ventilation equipment o Chilled water equipment o Air handling units (AHU) o Others equipment . • The installation will follow approved Method Statements and Inspection and Test Plans. • Monitoring on site by the mandate company design sub contractor.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the installation process requires engineering judgement and due process. o Normal operation tests. All instruments used for testing will be accurately-calibrated. and a testing certificate will have to be provided for each apparatus.Tests and inspection during installation .Vol 2 Part 2. to certify compliance with the design requirements.1 Implementation requirement Installation requirement As with the design process.doc 31 July 2009 Page 103 / 496 .Riyadh 8. . it will be specified on contract drawings and in the specifications. which can result in installation errors. • Where the design requires a specific sequence of construction.Tests and measurements before installation. • The installation specifications and drawings will be prepared in accordance with the Main Contractor’s Procedures to ensure the design requirements are transferred to the system being installed.

doc 31 July 2009 Page 104 / 496 . thus the contractor shall liaise with the SCADA contractor to provide all necessary inputs needed for the preparation of the SCADA operation manual. The contractor responsible for the system should provide the Employer with a maintenance checklist and Operations & Maintenance manuals. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2.e.Riyadh 9.2 Operation Operation of the environment control equipment is not carried out directly on the equipment but mainly through the SCADA. without the SCADA).KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1 Operation and maintenance Maintenance The Contractor shall list the maintenance task to be performed and their frequency shall be defined. The environment control equipment contractor shall provide an operation manual describing the degraded operation mode performed from local command (i. 9. 9.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 10. APPENDIX TYPICAL AHU WITH EXHAUST FAN ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .doc 31 July 2009 Page 105 / 496 .Vol 2 Part 2.

Otherwise investigate cause No Start Duty Fire Pump Start Stand By Fire Pump Report incident and contact fire brigade help Yes Did system Pressure reduce? Did system Pressure increase? No Seek external help and investigate No Yes Shut down Fire Pump manually and let the jockey pump built system pressure to set point. Investigate cause of system pressure loss and report incident ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .doc 31 July 2009 Page 106 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh WATER DIAGRAM PRIMARY CIRCUIT Th TS IV BV M IV Th IV NRV M IV IV Th M TS NRV Th TS IV CHILLED WATER PUMPS IV ET DV IV Str M M M Str M SECONDARY CIRCUIT M M IV FROM DISTRICT M TS IV BY OTHERS Abbreviations Th = Thermometer Ts = Temperature Sensor IV = Isolation valve M = Manometer NRV = Non Return Valve Str = Strainer BV = Balancing Valve ET = Expansion Tank DV = Drain Valve IV FROM AHU/FCO M IV C FROM MAKE-UP WATER SYSTEM FILL CONNECTION Typical Fire Pump Operation System pressure drop below set point Jockey Pump Start System Pressure = Set Point Yes Jockey Pump Stop System is normal if operation is not frequent.

doc 31 July 2009 Page 107 / 496 .Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh Siamese Fire Department Connection FIRE PUMP SCHEMATIC ARRANGEMENT Abbreviations Water supply from the main Header Tank in Building/Attractor by others CV STR GV M CRV M BV F GV M BV CV CP CRV DV ET F GV M = Butterfly Valve = Check Valve = Control Pannel = Control Valve = Drain Valve = Expansion Tank = Flowmeter = OS&Y Gate Valve = Manometer BV PS = Pression Switch STR = Strainer Primary Pump Stand By / Primary Pump Jockey Pump Branch for measurement CV CONTROL WIRING (TYP) CV PS PS PS CV Jockey Pump Controler Fire Pump Controler GV CRV M GV DV To system ET End of the document ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (3220) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . OBouhier Checked by D.Massat 28 Jul 2009 Approved by O. Number T Family A1 Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 16/06/2009 28/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author C.C. C./ O.Chalesle 28 Jul 2009 P.Bouhier 28 Jul 2009 Date: 05 August 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 .C. Revision according to Hill Intl comment Revision: A1 Name Date Signature Prepared by C.PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Title: Document number: ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION SYSTRA Transmitter KAFD Project PHB Phase PE Type SYS Discipline RLS Subject 3230 Doc. .O.TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 2 .B.

........................................................................................................1 2...........4 BASIC ASSUMPTIONS....................1 PROJECT BACKDROP ................................................6...................................................................................5................................................4 TRACTION POWER SUPPLY INTERFACE ..........4 Emergency lighting ....................2 Headway and commercial speed...........5......2.................................................................... 117 2............................................................5...........................................1........ 116 1.........................................120 2......................................................................................................................................................... 119 2.........................................................5.......2................................................1 Safety...............121 Digital voice announcer..............................................1............................................................1 Driving Modes .............. 115 1..............1.............................................................................................................1.....................................................................4 2........................................3 Safety Critical Functions ...120 2............................................................... 122 2...... 124 3..3 2.............5............................................................................................................6.........................................................................5.............3......................................................................................................................................................4...................120 Degraded Modes – Manual ................121 Loudspeaker ........................................ 119 2...............................1...................... 121 Audio communication ...........118 Seating Capacity.......................................4 2.............6 AESTHETIC AND COMFORT................................................... 124 3................1......................................................................................................................................2 Driving Control Panel ......4........................................................................................................ 121 2...........2.................................................5 2............................2 FLEET SIZE FOR MONORAIL SYSTEM .....................................................2 Normal Mode – Full Automatic ...............................................................................................................4.........................................2 Additional Safety Requirements ...............................................1 2.................................................................................3 Monorail Track .....................5.. 116 1.........................................................................................................................6 Communication ................ 116 2.................................121 Driving control panel intercom.......... 114 1.................................................................................................................. 124 3.......doc 05 August 2009 Page 109 / 496 .1..........6............ 118 2.......................................5 Vehicle space and weight allocation.....121 Passenger emergency communication....................................................................... 115 1.............................3 2....1 2..............................2 PURPOSE OF THE DOCUMENT ....................5......................................................................4................................................................5................ 124 3..........................................................................................................................................3 2.......5 Video communication........................................................118 2.... 122 2.............................................Vol 2 Part 2.......................................................5....................5.................... 117 2. 123 2............. 122 2......................1 TRAIN CONFIGURATION ..........................................................................................................................................1..............................................1.............................................................4.................3 FUNDAMENTAL FEATURES ................................3..........................................................................................................................................................................4 2........................... 120 Automatic Couplers..............5..........................118 Mobility-impaired Passengers ............................................................... 122 2......................................................5 FUNCTIONAL FEATURES ..........1................ VEHICLE DESIGN CONSTRAINTS .. 122 2....................2 2...........................................................................6 QUALIFICATIONS OF MANUFACTURERS .......5..................................... 114 1................... 123 3.... 119 2..................5.........................1.....................................2 Interior Arrangement ...................................................................................................5................................. 124 ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ............ 117 2....Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.......................................................... SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS .............1..................................................3 Interior lighting........ 115 1..................................................................................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ..............................................................118 Standees ..........................................................................................2 2....................................121 2..................................2 2............ 117 2.....................................................................................................................................7 Advertisement........................2..........1 2......1 Transportation Capacity.............6 Passenger Information system ...................................2 Passenger Comfort & Ergonomic............................. 119 2..........3 CIVIL ALIGNMENT CONSTRAINTS ...................................................................... 120 Rescue modes................................................................4.............................................................. INTRODUCTION ..........................................................6...............5........................................................4.................................. 115 1..........121 Public address system.............1 Train Consist.1 Aesthetic Concepts ...............4........................117 Indicative train capacity ........................................5.................................4............................5 ENVIRONMENT PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................................................................................120 Coupling Requirements .................................................1 GENERAL .......................................2................... 115 1......................................................

............................ 131 4....7..........................................................................1 5....................................................3 5................................3 CONSTRUCTION METHODS ...............................................................................................7.............................5 Electro-Magnetic Interference Control Requirements.............................10 CAR INTERIOR . 133 4...............................................................................2 MATERIALS ...................................................................................14........................8 RIDE QUALITY ............. 130 3..........................................................................7..........................................................................................2 Conditions of Performance ................................................................................8 FLOOR ...............................................7 VEHICLE PERFORMANCE ........... 131 4............ 128 3......Vol 2 Part 2......................................................................................................................................................................7.... 127 3.........................1.......................................................6 VEHICLE DIMENSIONS .................................................................................... COUPLERS AND DRAW GEAR ................................................ 131 4............................................................................. 136 ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ......................... 125 Evacuation Principles.......1 GENERAL ..5 GUIDEWAY BEAM GEOMETRY ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 126 3............... CAR BODY ........................................................................................................... 132 4.................... 133 4......... 132 4...........................1.. 131 4...............................................6 3............... 127 3.......5 CRASHWORTHINESS ......................................................................................................2 Underseat Supports................................. 134 5..4 3.....................................................................................................................................9 JACKING AND HOISTING ...................................................................................................10 RELIABILITY/AVAILABILITY ...........11 INSULATION ............................................13 INTER-CAR GANGWAYS .......................................................................3 Dormant Failures............................................................6 UNDERFLOOR EQUIPMENT MOUNTINGS ......................... 133 4............................................................................................................................................................................5 3....................... 130 4....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11 INTERFACE WITH PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS ....................... 125 Fire Safety..................................................2 5........................3 Windscreen..............................................................................14 INTERIOR ACCESSORIES .................................... 133 4...........2 SHOCK AND VIBRATION CRITERIA.............................. 134 MECHANICAL COUPLING ...................................7........................................................................4 Seats...................... 131 4..................................................................3 Operational Speed ...........7 3...................... 126 3.............................................4 STRENGTH REQUIREMENTS .......7.....................................................................................................................5 6....................1......................................................................... 126 3....................................1.............................................................3 WEIGHT CONSTRAINTS ....................... 131 4............................................................................................................ 136 6.......................................... 125 Car body passive safety .................................................................1 General ..............................................................................................................doc 05 August 2009 Page 110 / 496 .................................. 128 3.................................................................................. GENERAL .................2 Side and Door Windows................................ 129 3.............. 132 4...............7.............12............................. 131 4.................................................................................................................................................................4 NOISE ............................................... 128 3............................................................4 Deceleration Requirements..............2 3..12.................................................................7 EQUIPMENT CASES ....................................................................................................................................1 Stanchions and Handrails............................................................. 130 3................................... 134 PNEUMATIC COUPLING .............1 3............1.................1 General ...... 127 3.......................................... 134 COUPLER OPERATION .............................................................................................................125 Fire protection ..............................9 MAINTAINABILITY ........................................................12....................7..................................................... 135 OPERATOR’S DRIVING CONSOLE ............................................................................................................... 128 3................................................................8 Essential Equipments Auxiliary Power Rescue.................................. 132 4.......................................................................126 3................... 133 4...........................126 Fire extinguishers ... 125 Materials........................1 DRIVING CONTROLLER HANDLE (DCH)......................................................................................................................12............4 5........................................... 133 4................................. 130 3...............................................1.......................1....................................14.... 134 DRAWGEAR AND SUPPORT ...................................Riyadh 3................................................................. 132 4..............................................................................................................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .................................. 132 4................ 128 3...... 133 5............................................................................................................. 131 4...........................................................1.......................12 WINDOWS AND WINDSHIELDS ......................................................................

................................... 139 7............... MODE SELECTOR (MS).......... 150 11............................................................................3 6............................ 143 VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS .......................................................................5............... 148 WARNING MARKINGS AND NAMEPLATES ................... 144 9..................................................................................................................................................... 144 FILTERS ...................................2 8................................5............. 149 AUXILIARY SUPPLY SOCKETS ....................................................5.................................................5................................................................................................... 140 7......................................................................2 10... LIGHTING SYSTEM .........................................................5................................4..............................................................6 7...............142 Strength ..........................2 9.......................................................................................................................................................4 Cab Front Door ..................... 143 TEMPERATURE CONTROL .........................................................................................................................................................6 10....................1 9....................5 10............................................................................................ 150 10.........2 “Doors Closed” Interlocks ................................5...................... 145 INTERIOR LIGHTING SYSTEMS ........................ 150 11..............................................doc 05 August 2009 Page 111 / 496 .........................................................................................3 “Doors Closed/ Open” Indicators ...................1 8................... 144 SMOKE DETECTORS ................................................................................... 147 AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY ...................................................................................................... 149 PROPULSION SYSTEM ................................. 146 AUXILIARY ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT....................................................................................................................................................................................................5......5....................................Riyadh 6.............................................................................................................................4 10..........................................................................................................................1 GENERAL ..4.5........................................................ 143 AIR CONDITIONING................................................4.......................142 8.................................................................................................................................................................................................................4 GENERAL ......... 140 7.....................................................4 DOOR CLOSURE .......... 150 11.......................................2 6...............................................................8 11........................2 Propulsion/Braking Control ............................................... 150 11..... 11.......4 7............................ 148 AUXILIARY CIRCUITS ............................... 140 7...........4 PRIMARY VOLTAGE VARIATION AND OPERATIVE VOLTAGE ............................................................................... 140 7................3 9.................................................142 Stowage ............................................................................................................................................................................ 137 SAFETY CRITICAL SYSTEM ISOLATING SWITCHES ......................................................................... 147 LOW VOLTAGE DC SUPPLY ...................2 EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS .............................................................................................................................1 10..................................................................... 147 CURRENT COLLECTION .............141 Mechanism ..............7 10....................................3 DOOR CONTROL ...........................3 DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE .................................................................. 143 8....................... 137 OPERATOR’S CONSOLE ERGONOMIC ............................................................................141 In the Train-to-Track detrainment mode ............................................................................5.........2 7..........4 8...........................................5 7.....Vol 2 Part 2....1 Sub-systems Integration ..........................1 Zero Speed Door Interlocks and Wrong Side Door Opening Protection......................................................................................5................................5...........7 Detrainment Modes ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 137 PASSENGER DOORS ....................4....................................................................................................................................... 10...................................................................... 151 ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .................................... 148 STORAGE BATTERY .........................................................................................5 8............................................................................. 150 11................................2 DOOR OPERATION ......... 140 7................................3 10.........................................................3 Dynamic Braking Capability ........5..........................6 GENERAL ....... 147 GENERAL ................................. 145 EMERGENCY LIGHTING...............4................................................................................4......... HEATING VENTILATION AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC) SYSTEM ............4..............................................................................................................................5 SIGNALS AND INTERLOCKS ...................................................................... 140 7.5 SUB-SYSTEMS DESIGN REQUIREMENTS ..........................141 Deployment .......................1 GENERAL ................. 139 7..........................................................................................................................141 In the Train-to-Train detrainment mode .............................3 8.......................................................................1 7........................................5......................................................................................................................................... 139 7............................................................................................................................ 150 11................4 7.........3 7....................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ............. 139 7...................................................... 145 9.................................... 145 EXTERIOR LIGHTING...................... 150 11.......................

.................................................................................................................................................................8 12..... 155 GENERAL .............................2 BRAKING REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................................2 12..................................................................................................................................................................................................Riyadh 11....................................................................................... 152 11........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 159 WIRING AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT .............3 12........................................................................................................................................................................................... 153 11......................................11 EARTHING DEVICE....................................7 Zero-Speed Logic....3............................................................................................................................................................... 155 GUIDE TIRES ...... 158 14........................................................................2..3 Emergency Brake ............................................................................5.............................................................................. 157 13...............................................................................................................6 MOTORISATION ........ 158 13.. 157 13............................. 155 LOAD / DRIVING TIRES ..2.........................................2 Brake Control Unit ..................................... 155 PRESSURE VESSELS ............................................................................................................7 12........... ATP EQUIPMENT ......................................................................................................... 162 OTHER STANDARDS: ......................................................3 COMPONENT REQUIREMENTS ..................................................1 GENERAL ............................13 ELECTRONIC LOGIC ..................................... 159 VEHICLE COMMUNICATIONS ......................3 Parking Brake ..........................................................................1 14..........................................................................3................................................... 14. 161 PROPOSED STANDARDS .................................5.................................................... 151 11.......1 12........................................................ 162 ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ..............................................................3..................................................... 155 BOGIE FRAME .................................................................... 156 BRAKING SYSTEM ..................................................................... 157 13..........7 TRACTION COOLING SYSTEM ................................... 17...................................1 17.................... 158 13.......................................................................................................16 COUPLING CONNECTION ....... 152 11...............................................................2 17....................................4 Brake System Energy Capacity ............................ 157 13................................................................................................ 151 11.............................................................................. 157 13..........................9 13.......................................................................................... 153 11.........Vol 2 Part 2................................................... 12................12 SPEED SENSORS ............3 17................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 155 SUSPENSION STOPS ............................................................................................... 158 13.........5 Cut-Out Control ....2 Service Brake .........................................3............................................................................4 12............. 152 11............. 162 RAILWAYS INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS:..........................................................5......................................... 158 13............2...........................................................................................14 EQUIPMENT PACKAGING ...................................... 152 11.................................................................................................. 162 RAILWAYS NATIONAL STANDARDS:..... BOGIES AND SUSPENSION ................... 151 11........................................................................................2........................................................................................................... 159 TRAINBORNE ATP EQUIPMENT ........6 Performance with Friction Brake Only.......................................... 160 GLOSSARY ..... 153 11.......... 152 11.........................................................................................................................................................................2...................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ................................4 Thermal Capacity........................ 162 GENERAL ................................................................................................................................ 17............................................................ 158 13.................................................................................................................................9 MAIN POWER ISOLATION ............. 156 AXLES ........................................................................................ 155 SUSPENSION SYSTEM .....................................................................................15 GEAR DRIVE .................................... 16.............6 Circuit Protection ................................ 153 11.................. 154 12................................................ 152 11..............................................................................................................................10 LINE FILTERS .......................................... 158 13.................................................4 Direction Control............ 157 13........................................................................................................4 VEHICLE MOUNTED COMMUNICATIONS............5.................... 155 LOAD LEVELING .........1 General ........................6 12..................................................................................................2 15....................................................................2................................................................5 Blended Operation .............................5 12................. 152 11........doc 05 August 2009 Page 112 / 496 .......................8 HIGH SPEED CIRCUIT BREAKER OR LINE SWITCH.................. 158 13.....................................1 General ................

doc 05 August 2009 Page 113 / 496 .Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .

The intended tender process shall be driven mostly by functional and performance requirements and should be read as a reference. This document is written with the objective to produce a flexible tender documentation and should not be considered as a restrictive description. buildings. In addition as monorail technology is a quite small segment of worldwide mass transit system there are only a very limited number of major and strong manufacturers with quite proven and proprietary solution. hotel complexes and street network. The Monorail System should be a state of the art ultra. using the KAFD Monorail System. of the KAFD Monorail System. The present document will intent to describe the main guidelines for possible choice for the Systems (Rolling Stock.Vol 2 Part 2. Such system will comprise a one track line in circular configuration. Signalling …) and the Mechanical. with air conditioned trains and stations.doc 05 August 2009 Page 114 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Introduction 1.1 Project backdrop The objective of this Project is to provide public transport services to passengers travelling within the area of King Abdullah Financial District. totally elevated with a satisfactorily level of integration into the whole KAFD development. Should the tenderer feel disadvantaged because of a difficult or unnecessary requirement. in keeping with the image of the KAFD Development. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . he could raise his concerns to the Client and offer alternative solutions. the notion of concept/feasibility is not really applicable as these elements are quite standard for mass transit system. Electrical and Plumbing systems (in abbreviation: E&M).modern urban transit system. Telecommunication. Nevertheless in the case of the Systems and E&M. One major characteristic and challenge of this project is the integration of the stations inside buildings.Riyadh 1.

• Power-Rail system mounted on the guidebeam.1 Transportation Capacity The expected traffic on the Line during the peak hour is 2000 Passengers per hour per direction while. 1. The Contractor shall further warrant that each sub-system incorporated in his design of the Passenger Monorail Vehicles will be of proven design. the climatic conditions. The Contractor’s design of the Passenger Monorail Vehicles shall be compliant with national or international standards accepted by the Employer. worthy of the Riyadh city’s image. o top speed of 70 km/h.1 m/s². • Nominal voltage: 750 V DC or 1500 V DC. The rolling stock capacity of transport per train set has to be specified at normal comfort load: 4 standing 2 passengers per m . manufactured. and gradually the system will be capable of transporting 3500 Passengers per hour per direction.Vol 2 Part 2. tested and commissioned by the Contractor. 1. delivered. The commercial speed is expected to be 20 km/h.3 Fundamental Features The rolling stock will be a state-of-the-art. it is requested: • Automated driving mode. The mode of power collection. o service deceleration at least equal to 1.4. The technical train characteristics shall be compatible with the design of the track and alignment. it has been decided to use: • No overhead line equipment. avoid unsightly elements in order to preserve the beauty of cityscape and allow to optimize the capital cost.Riyadh 1. • Commercial speed of 20km/h with: o acceleration at least equal to 1 m/s² to definition speed of 7 m/s at least. with the opening of line. the system shall allow an operational headway of 180 seconds at the beginning to reach a minimum of 120 seconds in final term. • Fully air-conditioned train.. and provide an optimised and flexible answer to the transportation needs. appropriate to the system requirements. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . world-class Monorail transportation system. The Passenger Monorail Vehicles shall be capable of operating in the local climatic conditions. It must also meet the specific constraints of the city environment.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .4. As a result.doc 05 August 2009 Page 115 / 496 .2 Purpose of the document This Specification describes the performance characteristics of Monorail Vehicles to be designed. In this respect.4 Basic assumptions 1. The overall length of the train set shall comply with a platform length fixed to 45 m.2 Headway and commercial speed In order to offer a good quality of services with an attractive system of transport. 1.

Riyadh 1. long fibres.6 Qualifications of Manufacturers Passenger vehicles for the Monorail System shall have a proven history or shall be constructed using proven body shell design. Axle bearing and resilient components shall perform for a minimum of 10 years with periodic inspection and maintenance. bogie axle.5 Environment Parameters The trains will be operated under the conditions detailed below and therefore fully meet the followings environmental conditions: Temperature: -7° C to + 50° C Average Relative Humidity: 60 % Precipitation (average annual rainfall): 100 mm Maximum wind speed: up to 120 km/h In addition to the climatic aspect of the surrounding air. The Contractor shall be committed to support the entire Passenger Vehicle design for a minimum of the design life of the vehicles and shall ensure that all manufacturers who supply equipment under this Contract give an equivalent commitment or take such measures as are necessary to safeguard the contractor’s overall commitment. proven bogie design and proven sub-assemblies that are all capable of satisfying the system requirements specified in the Employer’s Specifications. textile fluff. 1. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .3 Monorail Track The normal operating pattern for the Line is a loop: only one single track beam shall be used for the project. various papers and pollution gas. The car body structure. All major equipment shall perform according to specification. allowance must be made for a variety of products carried in the air such as greasy. 1.doc 05 August 2009 Page 116 / 496 . conducting dust. equipment mounts shall perform for a minimum of 30 years with periodic inspection without rebuilding.4. bogie frame.Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

blind or deaf people. handicapped persons. The final result shall be between 2/3 and total motorisation of the bogies to respect the dynamic performances.1. So. The repartition between motor and trailers cars may differ according an optimisation taking into account: • a sufficient level of adhesion. • low cost of trailers cars in front of high cost of motor cars.1 Train Consist The train set cannot be split during normal operation. • the thermic dimension of the traction equipments in the available volume by car. The gangway shall have a minimum throughway height of 1. and exit the vehicle within the design station dwell times (about 20 s). The basic rolling architecture shall consist in several motor and trailer cars. The total floor area shall be sufficient to enable passengers with baggage or persons in wheelchairs to enter. children.…) shall be concentrated on motor car at the very most to minimize the trailer car weight: the installation of electric components in roof is possible. hydraulic.1. Basic criteria Floor Area Occupied Passengers Seat space including leg room Standee Wheelchair 0. and a preferred (but not restricted to) width of 1. C) for the fleet shall be essentially identical and shall operate interchangeably in any train and on any part of the system.1 Vehicle space and weight allocation The coaches shall be designed to transport all population.1 Train Configuration 2.2. two types of vehicles are possible to be used: motor car M.2 Interior Arrangement 2. An open gangway shall be provided at all intermediate ends of the vehicles. The centre line of the gangway shall be coincidental.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2. circulate. to guarantee the requested performances. with the centre line of the vehicles. slightly disabled people. System Requirements 2. senior citizens. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The coaches provided (MC.1. passengers with luggage.5 m² 0. The heavy energetic powers (electric auxiliary and propulsion.25 m² 1 m² Weight 70 Kg. but easily possible for the workshop movement operations. trailer car T. as much as possible according to the vehicle design.500mm.Riyadh 2. TC) with Cab or (M. including non-ambulatory persons in wheelchairs. pneumatic.doc 05 August 2009 Page 117 / 496 . including valid people.900mm. Examples of trainset configuration: MC-T-MC MC-M-MC TC-M-MC 2. even in motorisation degraded mode.

2.2. Vehicle weight definitions: A.doc 05 August 2009 Page 118 / 496 .1.2 Fleet Size for Monorail System The Monorail Vehicles shall operate on a dedicated right-of-way and on an elevated structure. 2.2. The Contractor’s design of the Passenger Monorail Vehicles and determination of the fleet of ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . will identify the proportion. C. Each car or passenger compartment shall provide space to accommodate one wheelchair near a door. The diagram of the coaches. AW2: Fully loaded vehicle weight. 2.1.4 Standees The standees proportion shall be in the range of 75 % to 80 %. Each car shall have accessible seats assigned for priority seating for mobility-impaired passengers.2. This weight is the sum of AW1. This weight is the sum AW1 plus the weight of standees at 70 kg. AW3: Crush loaded vehicle weight.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .5 Mobility-impaired Passengers The car interior shall not impede mobility-impaired passengers from having full accessibility to the system.100mm from floor to ceiling shall be provided in the saloon areas excepted at ends close to the gangways.2.2 Indicative train capacity No dedicated section for woman and children will be implemented.3 Seating Capacity The seated proportion for trains shall be in the range between 20 % to 25 % in AW2 to respect the comfort criteria. B. D. AW1: The weight of the vehicle with all seats occupied and one passenger in a wheelchair.Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh A height of 2. The indicative train capacity for the trainset will be : Passengers Sitting passengers and wheelchairs AW1 Standing passengers AW2 Standing passengers AW3 Total passengers AW2 Total passengers AW3 trainset 45 155 255 200 300 2. each and 4 standee/m².1. vehicle. plus weight of standees at 70 kg. AW0: The weight of an empty.1. ready to run. each and 6 standee/m². 2. which shall be submitted with the directive drawings.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 2. taking into account all normal displacements plus any one of abnormal degraded conditions for the elevated track. . All equipment powered from this system voltage shall be designed to operate continuously without damage to any voltage between the declared traction power voltage limits. . flat tires and failed suspension when running at the maximum permitted speed. Contractor shall ensure that the Passenger Monorail Vehicles delivered shall clear all wayside obstacles under worst case conditions of crush loading.Manual without ATP – Manually driven. If the traction power supply system voltage varies outside this range (e.1. enable the Monorail System to meet the increasing passenger demands after the system has been put into service. To provide a good quality monorail service. due to fault currents or lightning strikes). at the times required.5. Under normal service conditions the train will be operated under ATO and protected by the Automatic Train Protection (ATP) system. but not exceeding capacity of the power supply infrastructure for the Monorail System. A total of 4 separate vehicle-operating modes are possible: . The Contractor shall submit the cinematic envelope of the vehicle and the civil structure gauge for acceptance by the Employer. possibility to add a train in case of train on the line which fails and should be removed from operation until repair).Manually driven using master control panel.5 Functional Features 2. The system shall operate at the declared lower limit without any degradation in vehicle performance.Vol 2 Part 2. worn tires. on board vehicle systems shall be self-protecting. their capacities and performance shall enable the Monorail System to meet the system capacity for Start Up. 2. the monorail fleet must count at least 1 monorail for maintenance and 1 for operation management (e. The system shall operate with an upper limit set to maximize the benefits of regeneration.Automatic Train Operation: Fully automatic .doc 05 August 2009 Page 119 / 496 . ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .3 Civil Alignment Constraints Calculations regarding the dynamic gauge will be done by the contractors. located at either end of the vehicle.Riyadh Passenger Monorail Vehicles for the Monorail corridor shall be such that the total number of Passenger Monorail Vehicles provided under this Contract. the Contractor shall conduct tests to demonstrate to the Employer’s satisfaction that inter station run times and terminal turnaround times used for fleet size calculations can be achieved on the Monorail System with the required load and with the specified station dwell times.4 Traction Power Supply Interface The nominal traction power supply system voltage shall be 750V DC or 1500V DC conductor rail system.Manual with ATP (Restricted Speed) .Manual with ATP (Line Speed): Manually driven using master control panel. no ATP system and restricted to 14kph. As part of the vehicle acceptance tests. Protected by ATP system and restricted to ATP line speed.2.Protected by ATP system and restricted to 14 km/h. Therefore. with the indicative train capacity of § 2.2 the rolling stock fleet will count 6 monorails.g. which is located in lockable enclosure at each end of the vehicle.1 Driving Modes The vehicle shall be equipped with both Automatic Train Operation (ATO) and manual driving facilities. In the event of failure or system degradation it is possible for the vehicle to be driven using a Manual Control panel. 2. The Contractor shall also facilitate the Employer’s procurement of such further number of Passenger Monorail Vehicles as shall.g.

automatically mechanical. and the other is locked out. The vehicles shall be designed for automatic operation to satisfy the requirements of the ATC system. lighting. in conjunction with the draftgear.3. an annunciator and display panel.Auto-Manual selector switch. a train to be pushed/pulled by another train 2.Over speed alarms. fault annunciators.doc 05 August 2009 Page 120 / 496 .5. 2. If the deadman control is released with the train in motion. windshield wiper.5. and shall have. including necessary selector controls for PA.Speed limit and actual speed indicators. periodic (period = a few seconds) manual actuation by the operator. D. C.Riyadh 2.5.1 Automatic Couplers The front end cars shall be fitted with an automatic coupler to allow. a communications control panel. B.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . command of doors and its selection of platform side. 2. Speedometer and manometer.2 Degraded Modes – Manual Train end vehicles shall be equipped with a manual control station at each end to enable vehicles or trains to be driven manually in the event of an ATO/ATC failure. The propulsion control shall have an associated "deadman" control function to prevent train movement without positive. Communications Panel . The controls shall be so interlocked that only one Manual Control Station in a train has control.3 Rescue modes 2. at a minimum. braking and propulsion controls. Intercom.2 Coupling Requirements The automatic coupler shall. The manual driving controls shall be interlocked with the vehicle propulsion control system so that only the manual control equipment at the forward (direction of travel) end of the train may be used to drive a train manually.Vol 2 Part 2. Controller . E. and a controller.1.1.1 Normal Mode – Full Automatic The normal mode of operation on the main line and in the yard will be full-automatic. and Radio communications devices. VAC. The entrance in the workshops halls will be done in manual mode. stop button to disable propulsion power and operate the emergency brakes. The following functions shall be incorporated within the Manual Control Panel: A. and subsystem status indication. the brakes shall be applied in a fail-safe manner. in case of failure.5. Provisions shall also permit separation of trains either manually from ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .5.2 Driving Control Panel Controls for manual operation of train end vehicles shall be located at the front end of the two end vehicles.Microphone and control head. Each console shall provide the necessary controls and displays for operating the train. Display Panels .3.5. and coupling controls. An operator at this position shall have a field of view necessary to perform manual operations anywhere in the system and during all weather conditions. electrical and pneumatic coupling between trains. The manual driving on line can be done with or without ATP depending of the systems failures. Annunciator Panels . 2.

Operators shall be able to overwrite the automatic station announcements during degraded modes of operation such as closed stations. Digital Voice Announcer or OCC. short station turn around. 2.4. The automatic coupler shall be equipped with a suitable centring device to prevent the coupler from swinging transversely when uncoupled. passenger loading.4.4.5 Video communication The video communication system includes the following: .5.4 Communication 2.4.4.Riyadh the trackside or remotely from the driving console. 2.3 Loudspeaker The loudspeakers for the public address system shall be located longitudinally along both sides of the saloon ceiling. • Driving control panel Intercom. A Public Address amplifier unit shall be provided in each car.Vol 2 Part 2. the onboard automatic announcement system. 2. When uncoupled. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . . The loudspeakers shall be identical. • Passenger Emergency Communication. caused by tire wear. coupling shall be achieved with the most adverse mismatch of car heights. or OCC via train radio equipment. The output of the Public Address amplifiers shall provide clear speech which must be audible above background noise at all times during operation without excessive volume.5.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1 Audio communication The audio communication system includes the following: • Public Address (PA) from the driving control panel.CCTV cameras. service tolerances etc. Under these track conditions. Each power amplifier shall drive a set of evenly distributed loudspeakers distributed throughout the length of the train. 2. with at least eight speakers on each car and shall be connected and impedance matched to the amplifiers. sand. 2. the coupler shall be arranged so that electrical contacts.4. air spring deflation. 2.5. The auto-couplers shall incorporate provision for the selective isolation of air and electrical connections whilst remaining mechanically coupled.6 Passenger emergency communication Bi-directional inter-communication between the train driver and/or OCC with the passengers for emergency purposes shall be provided in each car.5.5 Driving control panel intercom Train driver to train driver inter-communication between driving control panel of the same train or between coupled trains shall be provided.5. Automatic station announcement shall be provided to supplement the Passenger Information System to give relevant information for all passengers on the Monorail Vehicles. and extraneous foreign material.5. communication and pneumatic connections shall be automatically protected from the ingress of water.doc 05 August 2009 Page 121 / 496 .4 Digital voice announcer The automatic station name announcement initiated by the ATO and the Train Management System (TMS) is broadcasted to the passengers through PA and saloon loudspeakers.2 Public address system The Public Address system shall provide a means of communication from the driving control panel. 2. etc.External cameras that may be required.5.5.

sharp edges. Moreover. attractive design. presenting clean.5. 2. and all joints and other points of connection shall be designed to minimize collection of dust and to avoid passenger injury from pinch points. doors. seat layout… 2.6 Aesthetic and comfort At least 3 aesthetic solutions shall be proposed by the Tenderer including choice of colours. 2. The CCTV cameras shall be active at all times during service hours.7 Advertisement Provision should be made for advertisement panels in the cars and possibly advertisement broadcasting on the passengers information display. The PIS shall be designed.6. to prevent dust collection.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . roof. All passengers aboard any vehicle loaded up to 6 standing passengers/m at any location within the vehicle shall be able to easily reach a vertical stanchion. multiplexing and video recording equipment provided by the communication system. Flat. but not where they could obstruct aisles. Displays are preferably of the LCD or plasma type. Vertical stanchions shall be located throughout the vehicle interior. 2. or wheelchair ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . safety and security as well as minimise noise in the saloon the body side and roof shall have suitable thickness of approved acoustic insulating materials bonded to the interior surfaces. neat surfaces with absence of bumps or depressions. horizontal surfaces shall be avoided on linings and appliances. or other hazards. 2. the front end car shall be of an aesthetically pleasing shape and be finished to an accepted standard. External camera may be required. a horizontal handhold between vertical stanchions. The external side panels.Vol 2 Part 2. The car interior shall be of a harmonious.doc 05 August 2009 Page 122 / 496 . final destination and other special messages on board the train.2 Passenger Comfort & Ergonomic The layout of the saloon incorporates a modern aesthetic approach with considerations to optimise passenger comfort. constructed and operated in a manner to avoid causing nuisance to travelling passengers.6. projections. All corners shall be rounded.1 Aesthetic Concepts The appearance of the car exterior must be of a modern and aesthetically pleasing profile. In particular.Riyadh Sufficient CCTV cameras per car shall be provided within the saloon to provide full coverage of the saloon interior. car end mask and body ends may be painted where appropriate.6 Passenger Information system The PIS shall be suitable for display of messages indicating the name of the arriving station. or a handhold attached to a transverse seat back or to a wall. the use of suitable proven modern composites for car end mask and interior panels is encouraged to the maximum extent without undue increase in fire load.5. The display shall be connected to the communication system via the train communication data system. 2. front face. doors. provided such materials would not result in strength and durability degradation or give rise to an excessive fire load. These shall be connected to CCTV switching. The paints should preferably be a proven water based system suitable for use in a newly constructed environment in a Riyadh climate.

measured from the seat's forward edge to the forward surface of the seat's back. or cause congestion near doors.6.4 Emergency lighting Emergency lighting (at least 30% of fluorescent lighting) arrangements in the saloon shall provide adequate illumination for a fully laden train to guide passengers to the emergency detraining doors. The elements of the windows are designed and treated to reduce luminosity and to partly absorb solar radiation striking the vehicle side walls. and shall include equipment useable by a wheelchair occupant to restrain the wheelchair while the vehicle is in motion.Riyadh access. Each car or passenger compartment shall accommodate one wheelchair each near a door. or of passengers moving or twisting them. The wheelchair parking area shall be free of vertical stanchions and other obstructions. stainless steel tubing. When natural light is not sufficient for interior vision. Manoeuvring room inside the car or compartment shall be in accordance with ISO requirements. Passengers shall be able to walk on and off the vehicle without being impeded by either the wheelchair and its restraint or the retracted restraint when a wheelchair is not on-board. The seats shall be fitted along the body side (cantilever) and positioned between the passenger doors. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . and shall be constructed of fire-retardant materials. The window design must allow all passengers (sitting and standing position) to have a good vision on the outside and especially on the station information. The visual comfort depends on glass surfaces. Each car shall have at least one easily accessible seat assigned for priority seating for mobilitychallenged passengers. They shall be able to support the 2 forces of the maximum number of passengers expected with 6 passengers/m loading under maximum emergency deceleration conditions.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . light distribution and interior colours.3 Interior lighting Refer § 9. 2. Refer § 9. The cushions provided for both bottom and back installation shall be removable.doc 05 August 2009 Page 123 / 496 . The minimum seat width shall be 45 cm. Horizontal handholds shall not present a hazard to standing passengers. Stanchions and handholds shall be seamless. illumination shall be switched on by the operation agent or by an automatically device. The car interior shall not impede mobility-challenged passengers from having full accessibility to the system.Vol 2 Part 2.6. 2. shall be 45 cm. The necessary illumination level is given by the outside light. The design of any joints in the handrails or stanchions shall resist the effects of vibration. The minimum seat depth.

1.doc 05 August 2009 Page 124 / 496 .Riyadh 3. if power and braking were called for simultaneously. emergency brake application). Direction control. combined with automatic action appropriate to the perceived hazard (e.1. 3. Operator’s Deadman device. including an analysis of items of fail-safe equipment and identify measures which will reduce the risk of critical or catastrophic hazard. human error and against external influences such as high temperature or shock. and that a second failure will result in the system remaining safe. shall be designated as safety critical. The following functions have been identified as safety critical and should be included in the hazard analysis: Removal of tractive effort during braking. or other adverse conditions that are beyond the range within which the equipment is designed to operate. then braking only would result.1 Safety All functions affecting personal safety and/ or identified in this Specification as being safety critical shall be designed to be fail-safe unless identified otherwise. shall be considered to have occurred in a safe manner. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The Contractor shall submit an analysis of each safety-critical function.2 Additional Safety Requirements Fail-safe designs shall protect against hardware failure. although possibly degraded.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .3 Safety Critical Functions Functions. or operator action in response to the indication. a failure that results in an indication of a safe or non-restrictive condition when a dangerous condition may exist shall not have met the fail-safe requirements. the failure of which could result in a critical or catastrophic hazard. Automatic Train Protection and associated interfaces with full service braking functions. systems shall be such that. Inhibition of motion when doors are open. Train braking. In addition. Prevention of initial motion when parking brake and/or service or emergency brakes are applied. Fail-safe means that a system’s first failure will result in the system remaining operational. fail-safe service braking means that under no circumstances shall the maximum stopping distances be degraded by more than 33%. Not fail-safe design. Safety related functions shall take precedence. Prevention of door opening during motion or away from a platform when in service. Current collection system.1 General 3. Structural strength of bogies and axles. Resistance to fire and emission of toxic fumes. software error. Emergency communication button.1. and remaining safe. Implementation of this requirement may utilize emergency braking.g. Failure of a circuit or equipment that results in an indication of a dangerous or restrictive condition. A critical or catastrophic hazard is one that could result in an actual or potential injury or fatality to persons or in major damage to equipment. 3. Conversely. Vehicle Design Constraints 3. Interlock to prevent occupation of both cabs simultaneously.Vol 2 Part 2. Coupling. For example.

More over an alarm will be released to the OCC and train CCTV will be available to help CCO to assess the seriousness of the situation. in such a manner that the main structure shall neither collapse. without a remote control from the CCO. In the case of frontal evacuation. train doors sets shall be fitted with emergency side doors handles at passenger's disposal: in the event of an emergency situation on a train stalled in between station. either by train frontal evacuation under supervision of OCC.if the train is moving during the emergency side door handle actuation. plastic deformation and/or buckling of the car body ends.Riyadh The Contractor shall identify any additional safety critical functions incorporated in the proposed design. in that situation an alarm will be released to the OCC and train CCTV will be available to help CCO assessing the seriousness of the situation. failure of any one component shall not be permitted to remain undetected if a failure of a second component could result in a hazardous situation. when heated. . the standard shall be supplemented by the provision of a floor structure above the bogie area which will be certified to provide a fire resistance of 30 minutes to correspond to the evacuation time for crush laden vehicle to ground.if the train is well berthed at platform station during the emergency side door handle actuation.1.1. without a remote control from the OCC.1.1.doc 05 August 2009 Page 125 / 496 . the production of smoke.1 Materials All materials shall satisfy the requirements specified in the NFPA 130 standard. 3.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Moreover. Traction power in the area will be automatically and immediately cut.7. it will be not possible to obtain train departure. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . This protection shall be provided by means of energy absorption devices and controlled. progressive. in that situation.6 Car body passive safety The vehicle body shall protect occupants in the passenger compartment in the event of a collision between two trains or between a train and a wayside obstruction. The compression strength of the main car body structure enclosing the passenger compartment shall be greater than the compression strength of the car body ends. 3.7 Fire Safety 3.5 Evacuation Principles Evacuation will be either by lateral walkway. and shall be carefully selected so that. Two others assumptions have to be taken into account: . these tests and the maximum interval between tests shall be clearly described in the Maintenance Manual and identified where safety-critical. It will be not possible to obtain train departure. passengers can demand evacuation by operating the emergency side doors handle. Where manual testing is required as part of the programmed maintenance activity. Traction power will obviously not be removed. The design shall incorporate automatic detection and indication of such failures except where the Contractor can demonstrate to the Employer’s satisfaction that the risk of a second failure occurring before the first failure is detected during routine testing or maintenance is negligible. 3. An alarm will be sent to the OCC and train CCTV will be available to help CCO assessing the seriousness of the situation: Only in the case of lateral evacuation by lateral walkway.1. the Rolling Stock Tenderers shall propose an equivalent solution in respect of safety requirements.Vol 2 Part 2. buckle nor plastically deform until the sacrificial elements of the car body-ends have been permanently deformed.4 Dormant Failures Where duplication or redundancy is used in safety-related equipment. noxious and toxic fumes shall be minimised as far as possible. the train will not be stopped and will reach the next platform station. Once train is berthed at platform station. 3.

Any vehicle function required for disabled vehicle recovery D. The maximum loading condition is AW3. In addition to any shock or vibration encountered in normal operation. These shall be dry chemical type of class ABC fire rating.doc 05 August 2009 Page 126 / 496 . 3. Equipment design and mounting arrangements shall be based on specific mounting locations on the vehicle and shall take into account the influence of adjacent components as well as normal vehicle operation.3 Weight Constraints The contractor shall submit the maximum tare weight for any consist during the preliminary design stage. and shall not be affected by the variation in supply voltages between the charging voltage and the lower. when activated.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1. Lead acid batteries shall not be used. number and spacing of doors and seating layout chosen to meet the specific requirements of Interior Arrangement.1. All connected battery loads shall be protected from switching and other transients. Alarm and malfunction reporting F. 3. Vehicle emergency lights and vehicle exterior marker lights C. unless otherwise specified: A. The detectors shall be appropriate for transit car application.2 Fire protection Each passenger compartment shall have smoke detectors which. Fault monitoring memory G. an on-board battery emergency power subsystem shall provide uninterrupted continuation of the following functions for a period of at least 30 mn. shall send an alarm to the OCC via the ATC.3 Fire extinguishers At least two fire extinguishers shall be provided in each car at locations to be agreed. The battery and its charging supply shall operate as an uninterruptible power supply.7. Smoke detectors shall also be located in the return air stream of each air conditioner. the Contractor shall endorse the specific vibration and shock levels as appropriate and subsequently demonstrate as part of the design submissions that the design takes these requirements into account. Passenger emergency ventilation.8 Essential Equipments Auxiliary Power Rescue In the event of loss of primary vehicle power. 3. Maximum vehicle tare weight shall not be more than 14. ATC system. The capacity of the fire extinguishers shall be proposed and substantiated. open-cell voltage of the battery.1. For major items of equipment. The actual number of seated and standing passengers will depend on the combination of vehicle length. Composite vehicle weights shall be calculated on the basis of tare weight of vehicle plus passenger weight at 70 kg per person. Emergency lighting (1/3 of the total lighting ) H. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .000kg. 3.Riyadh 3. Public address and continuous two-way communications with Central Control B.7.2 Shock and Vibration Criteria All components in the Passenger Monorail Vehicles shall operate without damage in the specified monorail environment and shall withstand and not produce excessive vibration. all equipment shall withstand the vibration levels specified by a national or international standard accepted by the Employer. and any function required to provide safe operation during power loss E.Vol 2 Part 2. without any lapse in the event of a primary power failure.

The contractor will have the possibility to propose alternative solutions that fulfil the performance requirements. such as station and platform lengths. depot layout and guideway beam dimensions. 3. All the Rolling Stock dimensions have an impact on the capital cost of the project but also on the maintenance costs.85 m The maximum vertical gap shall be ≤ 50 mm between station platform and vehicle access regardless the passenger load and tire condition for the impaired passengers' accessibility.8 m – 3. In particular the vehicle shall be designed to operate at all allowable worst case guideway construction tolerances. viaduct width.2 m 2.doc 05 August 2009 Page 127 / 496 . 3. the noise level is measured at 1. and power supply dimension. The average noise levels shall exclude measurements taken in the inter-car connecting gangway. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . or an equivalent standard accepted by the Employer.6m above the floor at the car centre. track alignment. shall not exceed the values as following with the vehicle operating on the Monorail System tangent guideway beam and with all windows and doors closed: . .Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The articulation joint equipment shall be designed to ensure that they do not fail before the automatic coupler.Riyadh 3.10 m between 8 and 9 m 3. height ( beam top to roof top ): 13 m – 15 m 2.6 Vehicle Dimensions The Contractor shall demonstrate that the dimensions of the proposed vehicles are in all ways consistent with all requirements of the Employer’s Specifications including but not limited to platform lengths.With car stationary: 70 dB(A). the following are given as indicatives and needs minimal adjustments: Car length: Car exterior Width: Minimum clear height inside the car: Distance between pivots of bogies: Car max.At 50 km/h: 75dB(A).5 Guideway Beam Geometry The vehicle shall be designed to be fully compatible with all guideway beam conditions specified for the Monorail System. The noise levels specified shall be measured in accordance with ISO 3381 — Measurement of Noise inside Rail-bound Vehicles. The coaches shall be connected at their intermediate car ends (articulated structure) by means of articulation joint equipment designed to be separated only under workshop conditions.4 Noise Within the Vehicle with all equipment operating and over the entire operating speed range. as a basic hypothesis used for the civil works and infrastructures calculations. and will take into consideration. As regard the vehicle main dimensions.

Vol 2 Part 2. 3. In the event of this speed limit being exceeded the train shall be brought to an irrevocable stop.7. Equipment shall be designed to interface properly and to produce the specified performance values successfully.7.Dynamic braking and friction braking shall be continuously blended.doc 05 August 2009 Page 128 / 496 . to the nearest depot or siding. In the event of this speed limit being exceeded the train shall be brought to an irrevocable stop. The limitation on the operational speed will be imposed by an Automatic Train Protection (ATP) system and will be fixed by safety and passenger comfort considerations only. as part of the System integrated testing. The propulsion and braking system designs shall permit one empty (AW0) operative Monorail Vehicle of maximum consist length to push or pull a crush peak loaded inoperative Monorail Vehicle of equal length to the nearest station to unload the passengers onboard. . switches and the alignment permit. Performance may be reduced while pushing or towing another vehicle.A cross-blending brake control system shall be provided to maximize the use of dynamic (regenerative/ rheostatic) braking in preference to friction braking on all cars.Riyadh 3.4 Deceleration Requirements Service Brake Blending . In the event of any ATP failure.2 Conditions of Performance All specified acceleration and braking rates shall be achieved on dry level tangent guideway beam except as otherwise noted. Equipment shall be designed to operate at voltages over a nominally acceptable range whilst maintaining the specified initial acceleration performance. 3. The current drawn from the traction supply shall not be increased to maintain traction performance when the supply voltage drops below the specified minimum. without exposing the traction or brake equipment to injurious temperatures. trains shall be capable of being driven only manually at speeds less than a limit of 25 km/hour enforced by the train propulsion/braking control equipment.3 Operational Speed The revenue guideways and the trains shall be designed so that a passenger service may be run at speeds up to 70 km/hour where inter-station distances.7. The Contractor shall.except under failure conditions which result in the inability of the electric brakes to perform as specified and except at speeds below the electric brake fade out speed (approximately 8 km/h).1 General The following paragraphs establish the performance required of the Monorail Vehicle consist delivered as an integrated system. the train shall be able to withstand a complete haul-out/ push-out recovery operation. During failed vehicle recovery. . perform type tests in line with IEC 61133 to demonstrate to the Employer’s acceptance that all requirements of the System Functional and Rolling Stock Specification are met. including periods of dynamic brake build-up. However.7. Vehicles design speed is up to 70 km/h. the braking rate shall be provided by dynamic brakes only for a unit under loading condition up to and including AW1. Calculations regarding the dynamic performance on the line will be done by the contractors to dimension the traction equipment and then the power supply and the distribution system. and ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Trains shall be manually driven in depot at speed less than a limit of 25 km/hour enforced by the train borne ATP equipment.7 Vehicle Performance 3. as verified by proven test data. 3.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

public telecommunications systems).Riyadh If the design capacity of the dynamic braking system is exceeded by the braking demand.7. shall not be less than 1. Emergency Braking .Under emergency braking the average deceleration rate from any entry speed to zero and for all loading conditions up to AW3. A spin-slide system shall be provided to detect all random or synchronous spins and slides. - ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Brake entry speed is defined as the speed at which braking is commanded by trainlined control signals. and o The vehicles are electromagnetically compatible with their operating environment. friction braking shall be added smoothly as required. The vehicle design and construction shall consider all relevant EMC issues related to the use of the vehicles under all the required modes of operation. command traction/braking effort reduction to levels that can be supported by the available level of adhesion. the term “electromagnetically compatible” shall be taken to include the following: Emissions from a system or sub-system shall not affect the operation of other systems or sub-systems as a result of electromagnetic coupling between the systems where “electromagnetic coupling” includes all conductive.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .20%. Reapplication of propulsion following a power interruption shall be jerk-limited. including other monorail systems (e. The spin-slide shall be designed to be fail-safe such that failure of any of its components shall not prevent development of the requested brake rate. inductive. 3. and . and optimise acceleration and braking performance. Failure of the jerk limiting system shall not limit braking effort. inductive. to ensure that: o The vehicle sub-systems are electromagnetically compatible with each other. Emergency brake applications and any associated ramp out of propulsion shall not be jerklimited.Emergency braking shall be provided shall be load-weighed. The operation of a system or sub-system shall not be affected by the emissions generated by other systems or sub-systems as a result of electromagnetic coupling between the systems where “electromagnetic coupling” includes all conductive.8ms-3. Jerk Limit Under all normal operating conditions. capacitive and radiated mechanisms.Vol 2 Part 2. the rate of change of vehicle acceleration or deceleration shall be no more than 0.5 Electro-Magnetic Interference Control Requirements Requirements for controlling electro-magnetic interference are described below: The vehicles shall be compliant with applicable EMC legislation and standards plus all recognized international standards which represent industry best-practice regarding EMC. Spin / Slide Protection The vehicle shall be designed to avoid any wheel slip/ slide under any operation conditions.g. including those issues arising from all credible failure modes. but not artificially jerk-limited.g.doc 05 August 2009 Page 129 / 496 . signalling and control systems) and relevant neighbouring systems (e.2 ms-2 +/. capacitive and radiated mechanisms. . Except where defined differently in other applicable documentation. minimize rubber tire tread damage.

The major components of the vehicle shall be accessible by hinged panels mounted in the vehicle skirt.11 Interface with Platform Screen Doors Please refer to specification of “Platform Screen Doors”. Requirements for adjustments after module interchange shall be avoided except as required in this Specification. when evaluated according to ISO 2631/3 R. This shall include the achieved quantitative reliability data expressed in Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) and Mean Time Between Service Failure (MTBSF). The Ride Quality.9 Maintainability The trains should be easily maintainable in order to minimise lay down times and thus maximise the proportion of the fleet available for service. . a modular system of architecture shall be adopted for the trainborne equipment and parts. Other equipments fitted under the carbody and roof should be installed on racks compartments for similar reasons. 3.8 Ride Quality The cars shall be designed to be free from objectionable vibration and shock.10 Reliability/Availability In addition to meeting the performance requirements. the vehicle shall incorporate high standards of reliability to ensure that operating cost and performance goals are achieved. The Contractor shall provide reliability data for the Employer’s evaluation as part of the preliminary design review. Floor mounted inspection hatches located inside the vehicle cabin provide access to bogie areas.. allowing quick replacement with spare parts.B. complies with the average 1 hour requirement from one end of the alignment to the other. To achieve this. and/ or Mean Distance Between Failure (MDBF). A maintainability programme prepared by the Monorail Vehicles builder shall have the following objectives: .minimization of vehicle downtime. For more details on the maintenance requirement for the Rolling Stock please refer to the maintenance policy. the maintenance proper being undertaken as much as possible in the workshops without immobilising the train. 3.C.Riyadh 3. and .minimization of maintenance costs.doc 05 August 2009 Page 130 / 496 . All systems and components serviced as part of inspection or periodic preventive maintenance shall be readily accessible for service and inspection.enhancement of vehicle availability. Key systems and equipments are provided with redundancy to allow continued vehicle movement to the nearest station in the event of a single point. All equipment mounted in the passenger area shall be free from resonance to avoid annoying audible and visual distraction. This is particularly true of air conditioning equipment which should be fitted on top of the train to allow easy replacement by mean of an overhead crane. 3. and in some cases multiple points of failure.Vol 2 Part 2. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Modular design principles shall be employed.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

Riyadh 4. The exterior skin shall be applied in such a manner that it acts integrally with the primary structure. worn tires. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . In the absence of a suitable national/international standard the contractor shall demonstrate that the proposed proof and fatigue load cases are applicable to the envisaged normal. permanently hinged at the top with a latch or locking mechanism designed so as to prevent it working loose in transit.doc 05 August 2009 Page 131 / 496 .5 Crashworthiness The vehicle front part body design shall have crashworthiness replaceable module with crash suppression system. 4. 4. Car Body 4. The car body and attached equipment shall be designed to provide positive clearance from the bogies and guideway beam under worst case operating conditions. sway and suspension system failures. in the depot and stabling areas. all equipment case covers shall be flip-open type. The cab end mouldings may be fabricated using aluminium panel / moulded Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP). 4. The painting shall be carried out in accordance with an appropriate specification accepted by the Employer. Equipment supported on resilient mounts shall be designed to achieve positive retention if a mount fails.4 Strength Requirements Wherever practicable both the proof and fatigue load cases shall be derived from a national or international standard accepted by Employer.3 Construction Methods The primary structure of the car body shall be of welded construction. The car body shall be painted in the accepted livery. case covers shall be interchangeable between equipment cases. degraded and emergency operational conditions expected for the Monorail System.1 General Each Monorail Vehicle shall be completely equipped for independent two (2) way operation with a "retractable" operator’s console at each end.6 Underfloor Equipment Mountings Underfloor mounted equipment shall not be supported by bolts under tension unless accepted by the Employer. The Monorail Vehicle shall perform identically when driven from either end. flat tires. Equipment shall be retained within the clearance envelope after loss of any one point of support.7 Equipment Cases All under floor or roof mounted equipment cases shall be sealed.Vol 2 Part 2. Worst case conditions shall result from such factors as horizontal and vertical curves. The Contractor shall submit crash repair procedures during the detail design phase. weatherproof and painted to a finish accepted by the Employer. 4. 4. either singly or in combination.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Wherever possible. 4. This crashworthiness features which shall mitigate the consequences of low speed coupling operations on the mainline. The crashworthiness of the Monorail Vehicles shall facilitate the efficient repair of the damage utilizing standard workshop equipment. maximum passenger load.2 Materials The car body shall be painted aluminium insulated sandwich panels / Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) that can withstand the local operating conditions. Wherever practicable.

Special access openings shall be provided where required for maintenance and replacement of equipment.1 General All windows shall be fully sealed and flush with the vehicle exterior structure with frame fixtures or direct sealing compound. scuffing and staining and fastened in a manner that permits removal and replacement. The trains shall be designed to provide sufficient interior space for the comfort of all passengers. All ceiling and side panels shall comply with flammability and smoke emission requirements. 4. Draught screens shall be located between each side door opening and the adjacent seat and shall be constructed from flame retardant material. All jacking pads shall be readily accessible for immediate use for jacking and hoisting without the need to remove any car element. slip resistant material which shall be subject to the Employer’s acceptance and shall be installed such that water does not collect within the car.12 Windows and Windshields 4.Vol 2 Part 2. without suffering any permanent deformation or physical damage. Shear panel design for all jacking loads shall be such that there will not be any permanent buckling under any operating or normal jacking load condition. The deck panels shall prevent chafing or horizontal movement between surfaces in contact. including diagonal jacking at two of the most adversely opposed jacking pads. It shall be provided a 30 minutes fire proof floor conforming to NFPA 130. 4. The floor covering shall be capable of being cleaned with water and detergent only.12. Interior linings and panels shall be resistant to corrosion.8 Floor The floor deck shall be designed to withstand the dead load plus AW3 passenger load without permanent deformation.Riyadh 4.10 Car Interior The interior of the car shall be pleasing in appearance and shall be free of sharp corners and edges in order to reduce the possibility of injury to persons. The ceiling material shall match the side linings in colour and texture. scratching. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Portions of the ceiling shall form the closing bottom panel for the air conditioning duct and shall be insulated to prevent condensation on the lower surfaces.11 Insulation Both acoustic and thermal insulation shall be provided throughout the car as required to meet the performance & requirements for interior noise levels and air conditioning.9 Jacking and Hoisting The car body shall be capable of resisting all torsional and bending loads caused by any jacking condition.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . based on a fire test demonstration. The floor deck shall be flame-retardant and moisture-proof. Means shall be provided for emergency hoisting at the end of the car using a sling or cradle passing underneath the headstock and acting on the two corner jacking pads.doc 05 August 2009 Page 132 / 496 . Side lining panels intended for use in similar locations shall be interchangeable. The upper coving section of the ceiling shall be integrated with the top side lining to form a rigid structure. Two emergency ventilation windows are fitted per vehicle and can be easily opened by passengers. The floor and sub-floor assembly shall be designed to be compliant with the requirements of NFPA 130 or similar standard accepted by the Employer. The floor covering shall be of a hardwearing. The number of openings in the sub-floor shall be minimized. 4. 4. without the need for polishing or wax as part of routine maintenance. Removal of ceiling panels for access to equipment for maintenance or repair shall not require the removal of other panels or partitions.

including emergency braking.doc 05 August 2009 Page 133 / 496 . 4. to facilitate cleaning.12. All materials used in the construction of gangways shall be fire resistant in compliance with NFPA 130 or similar standard accepted by the Employer. Seats requiring minimum maintenance will be preferred. The glazing sections shall be designed to make a watertight seal.13 Inter-Car Gangways A continuous walkthrough interconnecting gangway shall be provided between intermediate cars. The gangway connection shall incorporate an aesthetically pleasing internal passageway capable of supporting standing passengers. This gangway shall be designed to minimize component wear arising from the negotiating of tight radius curves. The constructed of windscreen glass shall withstand the impact and penetration shall be confined to the outer glazing. toughened and laminated to prevent shattering upon impact.12. natural smoke extraction).2 Side and Door Windows The side windows in the passenger section and the door windows shall be double-glazed. The stanchions and handrails shall suffer no permanent deformation when subject to the worst loading conditions that could arise in service.1 Stanchions and Handrails Stainless steel stanchions and handrails with hangers shall be provided throughout the vehicle.12.14.14 Interior Accessories 4.3 Windscreen Windscreen of Operator’s cabs shall be double-glazed.14.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . a handrail and emergency communicator to the driver’s cab shall also be installed. 4. both inside and outside the car. Stanchions and handrails shall be designed using the figures of the 5th percentile of local female adult such that 95% of the local female adult can always access one or the other without having to extend more than 300mm beyond her normal reach from a standing position. Signs to indicate the space for a wheelchair. 4. The gangway area shall be well insulated for noise. The strength of the windshield and window fixings shall be compatible with the strengths of the windshields and windows themselves. 4.4 Seats The seating arrangement shall maximize the standing capacity in the car. The inner glazing may be damaged but shall not be penetrated and no sharp particles shall penetrate into the cab.Riyadh All frames used shall be so arranged that they are easily removable from the outside of the car for repair or replacement. Seat mouldings shall be contoured to indicate individual seat positions and to prevent passengers from sliding along the seat during acceleration and deceleration of the vehicle. 4. In all cases they shall have internally rounded corners. toughened and laminated to prevent shattering upon impact. The rolling stock proposal shall consider the design with an opening section of the side door windows (limited opening to be defined by the provider regarding safety aspect) for emergency purpose (natural air ventilation. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 4.Vol 2 Part 2.2 Underseat Supports Underseat supports shall be constructed and located to allow for clearance and accessibility and shall be designed to minimize the likelihood of rubbish collecting under the seat.

3 Drawgear and Support The drawgear and anchorage shall be able to withstand a buff or drag load consistent with normal operations. The mechanical retractable coupler shall be located at each train end for multiple consist of two units. Electrical and pneumatic connections shall be provided by plug-in jumper cables and by hoses equipped with standard air brake couplings.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . It is also capable to accommodate horizontal and vertical curves as well as any special track work. Means of energy exhaustion shall be employed to absorb nominal amount of compressive forces in an event of minor collision between two Monorail Vehicles. Couplers shall withstand coupling of two maximum length Monorail Vehicles at any point on the Monorail System and at speeds consistent with the vehicle and coupler design without automatic release or damage. Coupling shall be capable of being accomplished automatically by one person. and the uncoupling command shall control only the couplers adjacent to that activated cab.doc 05 August 2009 Page 134 / 496 . The coupler shall be flexibly supported at the drawgear in the vertical direction to maintain nominal height above top of guideway beam. the couplers shall automatically couple mechanically and pneumatically without further action by the Operator.Riyadh 5.Vol 2 Part 2. The retractable coupler is hidden inside the vehicles nose during normal operations.4 Coupler Operation Automatic coupling and uncoupling of mechanical connections shall only be possible at speeds not more than 5km/h to prevent accidental uncoupling at speeds above 5km/h due to human error. Couplers and Draw gear 5. The intermediate car ends shall be equipped with semi-permanent couplers.1 General The couplers and drawgear shall be of service-proven design. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . and shall be practicable with horizontal and longitudinal misalignment between the end cars of two units consistent with the vehicle and system design. Each end of a fixed consist shall be equipped with a mechanical and pneumatic and associated draw gear system. 5. Coupling shall be performed at speeds no greater than 5km/h.2 Mechanical Coupling The coupler and drawgear shall be able to withstand a buff or drag load consistent with normal operations. It shall be possible for the Operator to isolate the pneumatic coupling function to cater for the recovery of a vehicle. Upon buffing two units together. Couplers shall be designed for coupling at the worst curvature on the mainline guideway system so as to enable haul-out/ push-out recovery by another train. and emergency recovery of one maximum length consist Monorail Vehicle with another with no permanent deformation. A deployment mechanism opens the front hatch and extends the coupler for coupling purposes whenever required. 5. it shall capable of to perform emergency mechanical connections as well as impact energy absorption of up to 8km/h. Uncoupling shall only be possible from an activated cab. 5. or equivalent. and emergency recovery of one maximum length consist Monorail Vehicle with another. The drawgear shall have cushioning effective in both tension and compression.

Accidental uncoupling shall result in the application of the emergency brakes on all cars. shall be provided as an integral part of the mechanical coupler head to accomplish the connection of air lines between units.5 Pneumatic Coupling The pneumatic coupler. if required. The air connections shall be guided effectively to provide free movement without locking or binding. The hoses shall be so arranged as to be free of stress in all operating positions and to prevent chafing. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . No air shall be vented at any time from a separate main reservoir equalising line.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 5.doc 05 August 2009 Page 135 / 496 .

This controller shall be provided with interlocks solely dedicated to the ATC system. The master control key switch shall be mechanically interlocked with the mode switch to ensure that removal of the master control key can only be achieved when the mode switch is in the “Off” position. ‘Lock’ and ‘Unlock’. longitudinal shift type.1 Driving Controller Handle (DCH) An electric type Driving Controller Handle (DCH) shall be provided on the Driving Console. A Deadman device shall be provided within the DCH and be operative in all modes except “B Full Service” and “EM” during manual driving and “AUTO”. Train propulsion shall be disabled and emergency brake applied if both Driving Consoles on a train is switched on.doc 05 August 2009 Page 136 / 496 . ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 6. The DCH shall be of the fore and aft. The cover of the Driving Console shall have sufficient structural strength. The DCH positions shall be monitored by the TCMS. The locations and operating forces for the DCH and Deadman device shall be ergonomically designed and be accepted by the Engineer. Operator’s Driving Console A complete Operator’s console shall be located at each end of a Monorail Vehicle. The centre position for DCH shall put the train in the ‘COAST’ mode. The master control switch shall also include an integral two position key switch. be vandal proof and blend with the car interior design. The Driving Console shall be close to the windscreen and normally be locked during normal operation.e. The Train shall function with different modes and states for the various work expected of it. The movement of the DCH shall control both braking and propulsion efforts. The master control switch shall include a mode selector switch to select the state and mode of operation of the Train. located on the driver’s desk.Riyadh 6. i. The contractor shall provide a console driving equipment required for manual operation as a fall back. The DCH positions shall be as follows: MODE Power Coast Brake EM FUNCTIONS Continuous Control between minimum and maximum tractive effort A notched position Continuous control between minimum to full service brake with the full service brake position (B Full Service) as a notch Emergency brake (Notched position) The labels of the modes shall be clearly visible.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2. A master control switch shall be provided in each driving console.

. A mechanical interlock shall be provided for the key switch for MS which shall only allow the key to be removed in either “AUTO” or “OFF” modes but retained for other “manual” modes.Riyadh 6. 4 SUPERVISED 5 AUTO The position of the MS is monitored by the TCMS. the manual controller. 6. The cover shall be so designed that it can be closed only in the “OFF” and “AUTO” position. replacement of the seal shall not be achievable by the operator. 6. The MS shall be interlocked with DCH so that a mode change can only be effected with the DCH in the B Full Service position. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .4 Operator’s Console Ergonomic An ergonomically designed Operator’s console shall be provided.Vol 2 Part 2. when each switch is in the “Isolated” position. The air pressure indicator shall be internally illuminated and showing main reservoir and brake control pressures.passenger alarm system and emergency egress devices. The MS positions shall be as follows: ITEM 1 2 3 HANDLE POSITIONS OFF REVERSE FORWARD FUNCTION Normal position for inactive Driving Console & MS Key can be removed Train can be operated in reverse direction up to maximum speed of 3km/hr Train can be operated in forward direction up to maximum speed of X km/hr (value to be given by Tenderer) Train can be operated manually in forward direction up to maximum speed permitted by ATP equipment. and both the audible and visual performance warning indicators. .3 Safety Critical System Isolating Switches A series of Safety Critical system isolating switches shall be provided on each driving console to ensure that the following systems.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .ATP.doc 05 August 2009 Page 137 / 496 . The Safety Critical system isolating switches shall be sealed with a breakable seals and incorporate a visually clear indication visible on the driving console. The Contractor shall submit a Computer Graphical picture of the console and interior front head design for the acceptance of the Employer. the master selector switch. Train can be operated bi-directionally in full automatic driverless mode (DCH shall be in B Full Service position).2 Mode Selector (MS) The Mode Selector (MS) switch shall be provided on the Driving Console. as a minimum. The MS and console cover shall be locked by approved type of keys. Once the seal has been broken. The operation of each Safety Critical system isolating switch shall be recorded by the TCMS and the Event recorder. MS key shall be removable in this position. the communications control panel. can be manually isolated by the operator: . the master key switch.doors-interlock and emergency release devices. The submission shall demonstrate the ergonomic suitability of the design and describe the logic behind the positioning of controls and instruments. The console shall include all necessary switches and indicators. Mode changes shall only be effected on a stationary train with full service brakes (B Full Service) applied. The AUTO position shall be interlocked with the Driving Console cover and shall only validate the AUTO mode when the console cover is closed and locked.

The level of tractive or braking effort shall be continuously variable and a dead band shall be provided for the selection of coasting. and shall have a smooth finish which can be cleaned with a solution of soap in water. The master controller shall be a combined controller for the selection of both motoring and braking effort by the Operator. The console panel shall be designed so that liquid spilled on the surface will not damage components or back of panel wiring. The console panel shall accommodate the communications and ATP equipment. The Contractor shall design the control system so that in driving manual mode of operation. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh In the ATP and CM modes of operation. A deadman’s safety device shall be incorporated into the master controller to provide protection when running in ATP with manual driving modes. The positions for coasting and emergency brake application shall be clear to the Operator. The proposed location and general arrangement of all the above shall be submitted as part of the Contractor’s design. the speed shall be limited to predetermined values.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2.doc 05 August 2009 Page 138 / 496 . the train speed is supervised by the Automatic Train Protection (ATP) specified in the Signalling Specification. and the other is locked out. The controls shall be so interlocked that only one Manual Control Station in a train has control.

or from both.doc 05 August 2009 Page 139 / 496 . Passenger doors shall be provided with a means by which to allow them to be opened and closed by maintenance and cleaning personnel in the depot stabling area. to be operated by staff only. all doors will positively prevent the entrance of outside weather. driverless operation. any air holding the doors closed shall be vented by this device. Each doorway shall contain sliding doors.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . An emergency release device. Manual Control shall be provided to allow the Operator on console to control opening and closing of all doors on one side or on both sides of the train. on individual cars. Provision shall be made for a ‘key-less’ means of opening the doors from the station platform in the event of an emergency. The door system shall operate in all modes of configuration. (between 0 and 7km/h).1 General Individual cars shall be provided with sufficient passenger doors per side. The status of each door. opened or closed. The Contractor shall use only proven design rapid transit equipment to accomplish the requirements included in this Section.3 Door Control All doors shall be zero-speed interlocked. Each door leaf shall be provided with a single fixed window of the type specified in Section Windows and Windshields.Riyadh 7. dependent upon the last command from the Operator.Vol 2 Part 2. Passenger Doors 7. shall be available at the console in order to facilitate the monitoring of door failures in service: after release of the “Door Open” or “Door Close” push buttons. the doors shall remain and be maintained in the position. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .2 Door Operation Doors shall be controlled on a train basis designed for automatic. The door sets in each car side shall be arranged to be manually opened for emergency exit. with two panels per doorway. The operating function for the side doors shall be interlocked with the propulsion control to prevent a train from moving whenever the Operator has enabled the “Door Open” function or when a door is opened. Doors shall incorporate features that eliminate entrapment of obstacles at the door guide that would prevent the doors from closing or opening. 7. and shall also be interlocked with the propulsion and brake control on a train line basis. located directly across from each other. Doors and associated hardware shall be interchangeable between door locations within a car and among cars. winds. of minimum opening dimensions to satisfy the specified dwell times and the maximum round trip journey time. If necessary. opening from the centre. Door closed and obstruction sensing information shall be sent from each vehicle in the train to Central Control via the ATC system. drafts and wind whistles to the interior of the car. Any attempt to actuate the emergency release at speeds above 7km/h shall automatically re apply power to the doors to keep them closed. All doors on the same side of the train shall open or close simultaneously when commanded to do so. A door warning buzzer system shall be provided that is audible to passengers before the door opens. The action of attempting to open the doors shall not initiate a brake application. The final portion of the door closing action shall have a reduced closing force or push-back facility to prevent injury to passengers (see Section Door Closure). The emergency door release shall only allow the doors to be opened with the train stopped. The door mechanism shall be designed to prevent the possibility of passengers trapping fingers. or from the low voltage power supply. 7. shall be provided on the inside of the car at each doorway and shall enable the doors at that doorway to be opened manually without electrical or pneumatic power. Doors may be operated from the compressed air supply. When closed.

5.Vol 2 Part 2. the emergency brake shall be applied. The VMS system shall prevent the Operator from opening the passenger doors on a train side away from a station platform.3 “Doors Closed/ Open” Indicators An orange light shall be located on each side of the car exterior.5. the closure force shall be sufficient to allow for positive closure of the door in the event of indirect obstruction by passengers in a crush laden train. Notwithstanding the above. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The risk of injury shall be further reduced by the provision of a soft rubber strip along the edges of the door leaves (see also Section — Signals and Interlocks). When sensing an obstruction while closing. If. a “door closed” status is lost. and as an emergency exit by means of a ramp to track level. 7. The accuracy of the zero speed detection shall be monitored by the ATP system. Isolated doors shall be excluded from the door closed and locked interlock loop. The device shall have the dual function of being used as a manually-operated door. Each door shall be equipped with a system for limiting the applied force between the actuator and the door leaf during the final closure operation to prevent entrapment of limbs. bodies caught between closing leaves. though detraining through the side doors onto the emergency walkway is possible when appropriate.2 “Doors Closed” Interlocks If the “doors closed” status is not established. 7.4 Door Closure All side doors shall contain an edge obstruction detection device. a train line interlock shall prohibit the release of the brakes and the application of propulsion power.1 Zero Speed Door Interlocks and Wrong Side Door Opening Protection.doc 05 August 2009 Page 140 / 496 . such that the doors will not open until the train has stopped.5. to permit emergency access between trains. except when in the depot stabling or workshop areas. The door controls shall be interlocked with the fail-safe zero speed detection provided by the ATP system specified in the Signaling Specifications. The applied force shall be constant over the remaining travel of the door leaf and shall be such as to prevent injury to.4 Cab Front Door The front of the train shall be fitted with a central door which shall include a facility for detraining passengers to track level in an emergency. A “Door Closed/ Open” indicators shall be provided on the Operator’s console and shall be illuminated on the active Operator’s console if any door leaf in the train is not closed and locked. Alternative methods of isolating faulty door(s) can be adopted if it can be proved to be as robust as the method proposed above.Riyadh 7. 7. the door shall then attempt to close again. whilst the train is in motion. The light shall be illuminated when any door in that car is not in the closed position. 7. This door shall also have the capability to serve as a bridge to another train brought up to a disabled train for evacuation purposes. It shall be possible for the Operator to isolate faulty doors and lock in the closed position using an Operator’s key.5 Signals and Interlocks 7. this device shall cause the door to reopen and remain open for an adjustable time period.5. A door warning buzzer system shall be provided that is audible to passengers after the door close buttons are pressed.

The lower edge of the ramp shal l have a nominal clear distance to top of rail of 30 mm.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The emergency door shall be configured such that its primary mode of operation is as a ramp whereas its secondary function is as a sliding plug door.5. The deployment of the detrainment ramp shall not be more than 3 steps. followed by the position of a detrainment plate between the two coupled cabs by the train driver all in less than 1 minute.5.4.1 Detrainment Modes The emergency door shall have two basic modes of operation: . And as a sliding mode.accidentally deployed. A safety study shall be conducted on the Emergency Detrainment Device.5. including deployment time.Riyadh The detrainment device shall allow the detrainment of 300 passengers in a maximum period of 10 mn.Train-to-Track detrainment.Vol 2 Part 2. Once manually activated. This door as emergency exit shall have a 900 mm minimum clear opening. . anti-slip. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . even when wet. A fully functional production type installation shall be provided in the front head mock-up of the train to prove the design efficiency of the emergency door.4. This logic shall always apply when the train is service.doc 05 August 2009 Page 141 / 496 . The walking surface of the deployed detrainment ramp and the emergency detrainment plate shall be stiff. Testing shall be conducted to demonstrate that the requirements of this clause have been satisfied. The mechanism shall be designed to be safe for use by untrained users presenting no finger traps or other dangers when deployed.3 In the Train-to-Track detrainment mode It shall function as a detrainment ramp. .Train-to-Train detrainment.4. The deployed ramp shall make an angle with the track of less than 20° .5. this door shall have a 900 mm minimum clear opening.4. The emergency door shall be opened in the sliding mode towards the side.failure to deploy. the deployment of the secondary ramp and the handrails shall be manually and the ramp shall be rendered ready for immediate use. The mechanism shall be designed to prevent rattling. 7.2 In the Train-to-Train detrainment mode It shall function as a sliding plug door. The detrainment ramp shall consist of a primary ramp and a secondary ramp. The minimum headroom height through the detrainment door shall be 1900 mm for all modes of detrainment. 7. The door shall not infringe with any parts of its own cab end canopy nor the opposite cab end canopy in the opened position. chafing or mechanical degradation in any way during its service life in the stowed position. Opening of this door shall cause an application of the emergency brake. Special consideration shall be given to the situations of: . flat.4 Mechanism The detrainment door mechanism shall be robust and durable. 7. 7. Handrails shall be provided along the full length of the detrainment ramp to assist the detrainment of passengers. and with reflective stripes at the ramp end. This door shall be interlocked with ATO/ATP system.

7.all train loading conditions. requiring only limited instructions. dirt or water entering the cab and it shall not generate any wind related or other noise.4. An additional safety factor of 1.all types of straight and curved track.5 Deployment The device shall be easily operated under the following conditions: . When stowed.5. The method of deployment shall be simple to operate.Riyadh 7.Vol 2 Part 2. not an intermediate un-set state. .5. The stowed condition achieved in this time shall be a fully operational state. the door shall in its aperture preventing any draughts.7 Strength 2 The device shall withstand a passenger load applied over the complete ramp area of 6 passengers/m under all deployed conditions.4.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .5 shall also be incorporated. 7. The satisfactory achievement of this shall be determined by type test using untrained persons in a simulated emergency situation.doc 05 August 2009 Page 142 / 496 .5. .easy to deploy by one a normal 5th percentile Iranian female. including fully deflated suspension. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The emergency door shall be opened and the ramp deployed by an untrained member of the public in approximate 1 minute.4. Any specialized tools required for stowage shall be suitable for in-cab storage and provision shall be made to stow them where they shall not rattle or obstruct other routine cab activities. The arrangement shall comply with the specified water tightness requirements.6 Stowage The deployed emergency door ramp shall be stowed and restored to the normal position in approximate 5 minutes or less by one trained person. safe to guard against the possibility of accidental deployment and easy to understand.

emergency forced air ventilation shall be provided and maintained by the train battery for a minimum period of 30 minutes.conditioning units and ducting fixed to the roof of the coach. In the event of the loss of traction power. Ducts shall be insulated to prevent condensation. Thermostats shall be located so that they are not unduly influenced by local sources of heat. 8. The conditioned air shall be supplied through distribution ducts and diffusers extending over the entire length of the car saloon. Design shall take into considerations of passenger loading and environmental conditions of heat and humidity experienced in the local.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . lighting etc. A package air-conditioning and ventilation system (VAC) shall be installed on the roof at each end of every car to automatically control the saloon interior temperatures with or without heat loads associated with passengers.35° C with an outside temperature at 50° C. the evaporator and fans are therefore roof mounted. It shall provide ease of maintenance and servicing. Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) System 8.The evaporator fan-coil unit. Ventilation shall also be obtained from the emergency windows which are easily opened by passenger during power failure. miscellaneous electrical equipment.2 Ventilation Requirements Ventilation shall be provided continuously to ensure that a minimum of 12 m3 per hour per person of fresh air is delivered to the passenger compartment of a car under loading condition AW1. The HVAC unit shall be a modular roof mounted unit.Winter: 20 +/. The air-conditioning system shall comprise an integral overhead two sets package of evaporator fan-coil and associated compressor/condenser units. The conditioned air is supplied through distribution ducts and diffusers extending over the entire length of the car saloon roof.23 degree ° C with an outside temperatur e at 38° C.The compressor condenser unit . Ventilation outlets shall incorporate diffusers to prevent draughts. Air outlet diffusers and grilles shall be manufactured from thermally low conductive. Cool air shall be ducted to give an even distribution throughout the car.2 degree ° C. In order to avoid pipes length between underframe and roof. each set mounted on a recessed well on the roof at each end of the car.Vol 2 Part 2. emergency forced air ventilation shall be provided and maintained by the train battery for a minimum period of 60 minutes.Riyadh 8. . Air conditioning will be provided with roof mounted air.doc 05 August 2009 Page 143 / 496 . non-metallic materials so as to minimize surface condensation. and facilitate maintenance.Summer: . and . reduce noise and prevent drumming.3 Air Conditioning The air conditioning units shall ensure the temperature within the train is maintained at a comfortable level for all the passengers. To improve the comfort of the passengers the cars will be air-conditioned to maintain the inside temperature of : . ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The VAC system consists mainly in: . In the event of the loss of traction power. 8. it is recommended to use an integral overhead package which minimizes weight and leaks. Fresh air intakes shall be provided and return air drawn in from grilles located beneath the units in the saloon ceiling.1 General The HVAC system is defined as a system for controlling the temperature and humidity of the monorail vehicle passenger saloon and drivers compartment area to a comfortable level.

8. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Interlocking of the blower fan contactor and the air conditioning compressor motor contactor shall be provided to prevent compressor actuation unless the blower fans are energized.Vol 2 Part 2.doc 05 August 2009 Page 144 / 496 .4 Temperature Control The air conditioning control system shall be energized through the car’s environmental control circuit breaker.6 Smoke Detectors A smoke detector shall be located in the return air duct of each air conditioner. 8.5 Filters The vehicle VAC subsystem shall have appropriate air filters to remove dust and other undesirable particles.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 8.

if required. The lighting output shall be a warm white light. Lighting System 9. The taillights shall be parallel wired.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The lamps shall be set in an adjustable bezel.3 Exterior Lighting The exterior lighting assemblies shall be located in approved locations and shall be set in waterproof enclosures. the lamps shall also be supported by approved clamps. shall be LED type. Taillights shall be illuminated at the rear of a train when the headlights are activated at the front of the train.0 m above floor level. At least one pair of red taillights shall be provided on each end of each fixed consist. The lighting fixtures shall be designed to provide ease of installation. Directional lighting shall be located in the ceiling of each Operator’s cab. and preferably hinged for access to components mounted on the back. This shall be in a manner which does not significantly increase heat input to the saloon. The light fittings shall be of an accepted robust construction. All exterior lights shall operate from the low voltage DC with each lamp having its own voltage dropping resistor. lamp replacement.Vol 2 Part 2. 9. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1 General Car internal lighting and emergency lighting shall be powered by 24V DC power supply system.2 Interior Lighting Systems Fluorescent lighting shall be arranged in such a way that it extends along the full length of the saloon ceiling. the 24VDC battery supply will provide the required voltage to all emergency loads of the monorail vehicle. abnormal and degraded operations. and shall be de-activated at the lead end when a master controller is activated. The lamps shall be distinct when viewed from a distance. removal of the housing. ballast replacement and adjustment. All specified illuminations shall be achieved at the nominal low voltage power supply voltage. applicable voltage ranges and environmental conditions specified. The lighting system shall not deteriorate rapidly in effectiveness through corrosion or the collection of dirt and shall be free of rattles and vibrations when in service. All Taillights. All bright metal bezels or trim shall be as unobtrusive as possible. The car lighting system shall be designed for the vibration loads. door external lights etc. In the event of 24V DC power supply failure. Each headlight lamp shall be of an intensity which permits the Operator to view the guideway beam ahead when driving during the hours of darkness. The light fixtures shall be dust and moisture-resistant and may be combined with the air diffusers. cleaning. shock loads. 9. have captive stainless steel fasteners and be consistent with good mechanical mounting principles. Adequate lighting levels shall be provided during normal. These lights shall be illuminated at both the front and rear of a fixed consist whenever all master controllers are de-activated. The headlights shall be parallel wired and shall be activated from the active cab by the Operator’s key. The numbers and spacing of the tubes shall be such as to achieve a minimum lighting level of 300 lux over the whole saloon area. be made of stainless steel. measured at a height of 1.Riyadh 9.doc 05 August 2009 Page 145 / 496 . for compatibility with the applicable interfaces specified. The main interior lighting shall be trainline controlled from the active cab console. The lighting level shall be sensibly uniform over the whole saloon area. The basic control system shall function on the low voltage DC power supply. In addition to the support obtained from lock-type terminal pins and sockets. seasonal design conditions. Two sealed-beam or High Intensity Discharge (HID) type headlights shall be provided on each end of each fixed consist in an approved location.

10% of the interior lights. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . using battery power: .doc 05 August 2009 Page 146 / 496 .Operator’s cab lights. . . The functional lights shall be distributed throughout the car. . excluding all lights above the doors.All lights above the doors.4 Emergency Lighting The following lighting circuits shall remain functional for at least 30 minutes under emergency power conditions.All exterior lights.Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 9.

as a result of impact with a fixed object).g. The current collector shoe shall have a minimum life sufficient for 20000 collector km. Each car shall be provided with suitable contact rail current collectors mounted on the bogie assemblies. shall be sacrificial to the contact rail and shall resist becoming welded to the contact rail. The collector shoe material shall be compatible with contact rail wear surface. Current collection shall ensure that the reaction of the rail and current collector does not create sparking. without excessive loss of effective contact.2 Current Collection Prime power to the cars shall be supplied at a nominal 750V DC or 1500V DC through current collectors. Fuse suitable for Monorail railway operation shall be provided with each current collector. The current collector mounting shall ensure that. This co-ordination shall ensure that fault currents preferentially open or trip the protective devices closest to and upstream of the fault. In addition. Auxiliary Electrical Equipment 10.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The location of the current collector mounting shall allow for vertical adjustment. it is not possible for any components to fall from the vehicle or for a short circuit to occur. in the event of a collector becoming displaced from its normal operating position (e. The fuse shall be sized to provide for the current requirements of that high voltage circuit and to provide coordination with the propulsion and auxiliaries fuses and protective devices. The current collector shall be insulated from the car body with insulation that shall be suitably rated for a nominal voltage of 750V DC or 1500V DC.Riyadh 10. The current collector shall be designed and manufactured to ensure inter-changeability of components. The output of the auxiliary converters shall be compatible with the requirements of the auxiliary equipment which it is to supply.3 Auxiliary Power Supply The vehicles shall be provided with an auxiliary power supply which satisfies the following requirements. Each bogie shall be wired in parallel such that the power supply is maintained in the event of one of the current collectors failing or temporarily losing contact with the contact rail. the lowvoltage power supply.doc 05 August 2009 Page 147 / 496 . A blown fuse indicator shall be provided at each fuse holder to indicate clearly the fuse status. an arc shield. particularly at higher speeds.1 General This Section defines the requirements for primary current collection. the Contractor shall demonstrate a level of collector wear acceptable to the Employer. suitably rated. the battery. This compatibility shall include: ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . shunt wires to carry current from the shoe to the current collector fuse terminals. associated springs necessary to maintain suitable contact force of the shoe on the contact rail. a fuse and a base assembly. the auxiliary power supply. An insulated removable cap. 10. The insulators shall withstand appropriate test voltages wet and dry. a fuse holder. The current collector mounting bolts may be used for the installation of the current collector arc shield. shall cover the head of the current collector mounting bolts to keep the creepage distance at a maximum. If the collector is spring loaded. The current collector shall be capable of absorbing the motions imparted by the bogie and the contact rail expansion joint gaps. The fuse shall be mounted in an appropriate enclosure and shall be easily accessible for inspection and maintenance. The current collectors shall be compatible with the characteristics of the specified power supply rail and the current rating required supplying the traction equipment under all credible operating conditions with suitable contingency. One current collector unit shall be provided per bogie with two units per car.Vol 2 Part 2. The current collector shall comprise a collector shoe that slides along the contact rail. the design of the shoe shall include a wear indicator to permit quick visual indication that shoe replacement is necessary. 10. and all auxiliary electrical circuits.

under credible failure conditions.Operator’s console indicators.4 Low Voltage DC Supply A low voltage 24V DC supply shall be provided to supply power for equipment control.Emergency lighting as defined in Section 9. and . and interlocks. .Vol 2 Part 2. The battery shall have sufficient capacity to power all the emergency loads for a time period within which it will be possible. e. The 24V DC supply shall be compatible with the equipment which it is to supply.Automatic Train Protection. This shall include battery back-up and a dedicated battery charger. the ability of the vehicles to remain operational is maximized. . Battery design and installation shall ensure safe operation and shall facilitate the ease and safety of maintenance. - 10.doc 05 August 2009 Page 148 / 496 . In addition. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Provision of ac and dc outputs as required. . . All equipment powered from the 24V DC supply shall be designed to operate over the operating range of the low voltage dc supply. to complete the operation of rescue/recovery of the vehicle and/ or evacuation of the passengers from any point on the monorail system. . emergency lighting) shall not be dependent on the integrity of the auxiliary power supply equipment. with failure of the low voltage dc power supply). .Provision of the facility to adjust the output voltage to the required extent. The 24V DC supply shall be sized to maintain the battery charge and to supply with a constant voltage for all equipment using 24V DC power. Provision of outputs at the required voltages to the required tolerances under all credible operating conditions. 10.Riyadh Capacity shall be sized to handle worst-case loads for any season or operating condition.Force Air Ventilation.Nominal output voltage. Emergency equipment (e. when required.Output voltage regulation for all conditions between 10% load and full load. .4.5 Storage Battery A suitable storage battery shall be provided.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . sized to power all emergency loads during failure of the low voltage 24V DC power supply or when primary power is lost. The auxiliary power supply equipment shall include adequate redundancy and flexibility to ensure that.g. Auxiliary power supply fault protection systems shall minimize the need for an external reset of overload or fault conditions.6 Auxiliary Circuits All control and power circuit breakers shall be arranged and sized commensurate with the wiring and circuit devices that they are intended to protect. .For ac outputs.e.Communications.Operating output voltage range.g. .Door control. 50Hz ± 5Hz under all credible operating conditions. where it is possible for the vehicle to continue operating in degraded mode (i. the battery capacity shall be sufficient to permit half an hour of such operation. including the following parameters: . provision of required frequency to the required tolerance(s). Emergency loads are as follows: . 10. Fault conditions shall be announced to the Operator.Horn. lighting.

All LV DC switches shall be of push-button or toggle-action. to be powered from the on-board auxiliary supply. indicating type or an equivalent accepted by the Employer. Breakers shall be an approved type of high-shock-resistance design suitable for railway service. Switch and breaker panels shall be built into the electric cubicle. Separate breakers shall be provided for each dc and ac circuit.Vol 2 Part 2.7 Warning Markings and Nameplates All compartments containing primary power or high voltage ac power shall be marked: “Danger-High Voltage’ warning markings shall be positioned in conspicuous locations both inside and outside the compartments. 10.Riyadh All cabling shall be sized in accordance with the required loads under all credible operating conditions with an appropriate additional margin to account for any uncertainty or error.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . cab switch panels and underfloor boxes. The control system shall include primary power or auxiliary circuit contactors of proper capacity to control auxiliary loads. Primary line voltage shall not be routed to or through the passenger or Operator’s cab areas. 10. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Reference shall be made to BS 5387 or similar Standards accepted by the Employer.8 Auxiliary Supply Sockets Each car shall be provided with an ac auxiliary supply outlet socket to allow cleaning or test equipment etc.doc 05 August 2009 Page 149 / 496 .

1 Sub-systems Integration Co-ordination of propulsion equipment with the friction brake system. 11. Propulsion System 11. mode change response time and brake blending shall not detract from an Operator’s ability to position accurately a single or multiple standardunit train at pre-determined locations. drive gear units. . Regenerative braking shall be fully compatible with the power supply system under all train loading conditions. 11.Vol 2 Part 2. control logic. The propulsion equipment shall be able to accept intermittent power supply rail voltage without damage.3 Dynamic Performance The train shall operate in accordance with the requirements for operating speed. 11.5.doc 05 August 2009 Page 150 / 496 . mode change times. circuit protection devices and all accessories to meet the specified requirements of propulsion and dynamic electric braking.Ability to operate a train successfully and reliably on power supply rail with high voltage transients and extensive arcing and repetitive occurrences of intermittent contact. response times.Friction brake interface and brake blending control for each car. At low speeds.1 General This Section establishes the requirements for the vehicle propulsion system and control.Design and construction of all motors and power conditioning equipment such that light and heavy overhaul cycles shall be not less than 3 and 6 years respectively.2-Conditions of Performance. 11. (This shall also apply when recovering a failed train using another train). friction brake response.2 Equipment Characteristics The propulsion equipment shall have the following characteristics: . .Riyadh 11. .13.Incorporate service proven IGBT (Integrated Gate Bi-polar Transistors) traction converters.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . speed sensors. Activation of electromechanical protective devices under such conditions shall be minimized by the propulsion logic.4 Primary Voltage Variation and Operative Voltage The propulsion system shall be capable of operating within the full range of power supply rail voltage specified in Section 2. deceleration. traction motors. The propulsion system shall include power modulation devices. propulsion response. The principal highest priority service brake shall be regenerative and its capability shall be maximised. acceleration. manual controller. 11. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .5 Sub-systems Design Requirements 11.5.2 Propulsion/Braking Control The propulsion and brake control system shall provide regenerative braking blended with pneumatic service braking as required. friction brake interfaces. operating voltage range etc. train line logic and interfaces and other auxiliaries associated in any way with train movement shall be provided.

and give an indication to the Operator.Riyadh The propulsion and braking controls shall respond to command signals from the ATP-ATO system or driver controls. a train shall not initiate regeneration into an electrically-dead power rail. In addition. and limit maximum acceleration or deceleration rates and jerk to within the specified passenger comfort criteria. Failure detection circuits shall be provided for the purpose of indicating propulsion and regenerative brake failures.Vol 2 Part 2. Failure of the reversing equipment or software control status to correspond to the train lines shall prevent the propulsion system from moving the train.3 Dynamic Braking Capability As a minimum. Protection shall be provided against supply or return of propulsion current through paths other than the normal paths.5. as detected by the ATP system. required for door control interlocks and over speed protection. The propulsion system shall provide a dynamic braking rate which shall be available from 80km/h down to 8km/h. adjust traction effort in proportion to demand and vehicle load.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . At speeds below 8km/h.5. Any other circuit protection deemed necessary shall be provided. The feedback signal shall be accurate and shall only fail in such a manner that indicates that no electric braking is present.5 Cut-Out Control The traction control equipment shall automatically isolate the propulsion equipment of one motor group (one bogie) where there is a fault in the equipment related only to that group. shall be returned to the power rail and auxiliaries. the ATP shall include vital circuits to detect speed and no-motion. 11. and from ground faults.doc 05 August 2009 Page 151 / 496 . dynamic braking may be blended with friction brakes to provide the required braking rate. In particular. the ATP shall also provide rollback protection in both the automatic or manual operating modes. 11. Provisions shall be made to cut out dynamic braking on a per-powered bogie basis. In order to prevent any potential safety hazard. At and below the regenerative braking corner point (defined as the point at which generated and line voltage are equal). excluding losses. blend friction with electrical braking. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .5. all the electrical energy. An interlock between direction control and the “Forward” and “Reverse” train lines shall be provided to prevent erroneous operation. 11. 11. and the traction motor power circuits are de-energized. The dynamic brake shall be regenerative. controlled dynamic braking shall be available continuously from maximum speed down to a speed of 8 km/h or lower.5.4 Direction Control A change of direction shall be possible only when the train is in the zero speed status. The feedback signal proportional to the actual electrical brake effort shall be used by the blending unit to determine the supplemental friction brake effort necessary. Equipment which has been automatically cut shall be designed so as to be reinstated only by maintenance personnel.6 Circuit Protection Adequately-rated sensing and fault clearing devices shall be provided to protect propulsion system components from fault or over-current damage. The braking resistors shall be located at the sub stations to dissipate excessive energy.

The radiator shall be filled with coolant that will flow circulate the traction motor and traction inverter to accumulate heat dissipates it while moving through the radiator fins. 11.9 Main Power Isolation The high circuit breaker or line switch shall be used to achieve power isolation in the depot.8 High Speed Circuit Breaker or Line Switch The high speed circuit breaker or line switch shall be capable of safely interrupting the maximum possible fault current in case of a malfunction. which have not differential gear for the two axles.5. railway grade. Earthing methods shall be subject to the Employer’s acceptance.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The earthing device shall be compatible with whatever fixed grounding facilities are provided on the guide beam and within maintenance facilities. Warning labels (in English) shall be provided for the filter capacitors. heat is transferred through the fins and hose walls to the air by conduction and convection.Vol 2 Part 2. As the coolant flows through the radiator.7 Traction Cooling System The Traction Cooling System is a critical system to the propulsion equipments. and . 11. 11.Water pumps.6 Motorisation The choice of bi-motors bogies with independent electric power supply is recommended for the propulsion system with the rubber tire bogies. 11. and low maintenance type.Electric cooling fan. The resistance value shall reduce the voltage at the terminals of the capacitor bank to 50V or less within 3 minutes after primary voltage is removed from the bank. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .11 Earthing Device Each vehicle shall be provided with a minimum of one ground device to provide earthing for the car structure.doc 05 August 2009 Page 152 / 496 . and for to balance degraded electric power mode in 40° /° ° slope track . All motors shall be AC-drive.Riyadh 11. The earthing device life shall be sufficient to ensure that. . with reliable maintenance procedures. the likelihood of a vehicle losing all grounding is acceptably low. identical and completely interchangeable. The traction cooling system shall consist of the following major components: . It provides the essential water cooling to the traction motor and the traction inverter. The maximum speed of the traction motors shall allow continuous operation of the train at 80 km/h. 11.7 Zero-Speed Logic The propulsion control electronics shall use a fail-safe zero speed logic.10 Line Filters Current inrush to the filter capacitors during initial charging shall be limited. 11. Motor terminals shall be designed to prevent incorrect connection. A bleeder resistor shall be permanently connected across the terminals of the Capacitor bank.Radiator.

000 km with no degradation of performance. When any critical fault data has been stored on ‘Read out memory’ an indication in English shall be given in the Operator’s cab so as to encourage prompt downloading and fault investigation by maintenance staff. Fixed propulsion equipment ventilation ducts shall be of stainless steel or of other material accepted by the Employer. All main drive gears shall be fabricated from high quality gear steel. Suitable orifices and plugs shall be provided for lubrication and breathing.000km.01. wire reinforced and clamped to provide a long service life. located at the lowest point in the gearbox case or sump.doc 05 August 2009 Page 153 / 496 .15 Gear Drive Gears shall be designed for an inspection and adjustment interval not less than 500. Cable entry shall be by means of water tight sealing glands. Glands.14 Equipment Packaging The propulsion system shall be housed in weather-proof enclosures suitable for underfloor service and compliant with Section Underfloor Equipment Mountings. so as not to disturb dirt and debris.Riyadh 11. At least one lubricant drain opening. Adequate bolted and gasketed inspection openings shall be provided.000km. or other equivalent standard accepted by the Employer. and shall be secured by safety wires.13 Electronic Logic Control logic shall be arranged for the connection of a portable test box to permit static testing and monitoring of propulsion system operation when running. structured programming techniques shall be used consist with the Safety Integrity Level (SIL) applicable to the system. box covers and cable terminations shall provide for cable replacement without removal of lugs. and shall have a minimum life of 1. terminals or connectors from the wires.12 Speed Sensors Speed sensing devices shall be installed. Seals on rotating parts shall be a combination of oil seal. 11. Labyrinth seals shall be installed on one end of the output quill. Suitable means other than a dip stick shall be provided for visual determination of lubricant level of each gearbox lubrication system. Addition of lubricant shall not be required at intervals of less than 80.Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Flexible propulsion equipment ventilation ducts shall be of neoprene coated glass fibre cloth.000. shall be provided. Mounting shall be arranged to minimize the need for mechanical adjustment and to afford ease of access during maintenance. The control logic shall provide diagnostic and data logging capabilities. Casings shall be designed to adequately reject heat as required to maintain gearbox temperature below the recommended maximum temperature for all performance conditions specified herein. Screens and guards shall be easily removable for maintenance and shall not prevent adequate cooling of underfloor mounted equipment High velocity air exiting from any ventilation equipment shall not be directed onto the guideway beam. O-ring and labyrinth seals. with appropriate water drains. pleated.000km. 11. 11. designed and heat treated or hardened in accordance with AGMA 240. All control and power cable terminations shall be made internal to the enclosures or in waterproof gasketed junction boxes. Appropriate corrosion-resistant stainless steel screens and guards shall be provided to protect exposed underfloor equipment and cables from tire splash. If the control logic is microprocessor-based. Gear Material Manual. All seals shall have a minimum life of 500. The active face of each speed sensor shall be protected against erroneous adjustment. Drain plugs shall have magnetic particle collectors.

Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . for the Employer’s acceptance.doc 05 August 2009 Page 154 / 496 .16 Coupling Connection The coupling connections shall transmit the power and torque from the gear reduction unit to the gear drive unit and from the gear drive unit to the load wheel axle. There shall be two (2) types of coupling connections. Constant Velocity (CV) Joint and Cardan Shaft. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The CV Joint shall provide the coupling connection between the gear reduction unit and the gear drive unit while the Cardan Shaft shall provide the coupling connection between the gear drive unit and the load wheel axle.Riyadh The Contractor shall submit. the technical analysis used to design the gear unit and gear couplings and the performance verification obtained through qualification and acceptance testing. 11.

12. Any mechanical interface requiring welding or drilling on the bogie shall be considered part of the bogie. Bogie frames shall be of a service-proven fabricated or cast steel welded design. tested.7 Load / Driving Tires The load tires / driving tires shall be fitted with internal run flat unit which will allow a Monorail Vehicle to continue to be driven safely at reduced speeds in the event of a single or multiple flat / burst of load / driving tire. 12.doc 05 August 2009 Page 155 / 496 . adequate drainage shall be provided so that no moisture collects. 12. that part of the structure shall be designed and pressure tested to an appropriate standard accepted by the Employer.5 Suspension Stops Lateral and vertical emergency stops shall be provided. The run flat unit shall be designed to be able to handle the maximum capacity loading condition on the vehicle. Where pockets or partially enclosed spaces exist. The monorail vehicle shall be seated on top of 2 single axle bogie of each running with rubber tires.6 Bogie Frame The bogie frame shall be designed in accordance with a suitable national / international standard submitted for acceptance by the Employer. The design life for bogie frame shall not be less than 30 years. they shall be designed. The springs shall be augmented by elastomeric stops to support the car body in the event of failure.4 Pressure Vessels If any part of the bogie structure is required to function as an air reservoir.Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2 Suspension System The load wheel tires act as the bogie primary suspension. 12. 12. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Valves shall control the height of the car floor to compensate for changes in passenger load and distribution.1 General The bogie is a structure or frame underneath the chassis that carries the axles. wheels and secondary suspension.3 Load Leveling Air spring pressure shall be controlled by leveling valves on each bogie. The proven secondary suspension system shall consist of springs and shock absorber. If separate pressure vessels. Safe operation of the car shall be assured at all speeds when any or all springs are inoperative. are used for air suspension system reservoirs. Bogies and Suspension 12. and stamped in accordance with an international or other equivalent standards accepted by the Employer.Riyadh 12. 12. external to the bogie structure.

The design life of axles shall not be less than 30 years. The guide tires shall be fitted with pressure sensors and also the run flat unit shall be designed to be able to handle the maximum capacity loading condition on the vehicle.8 Guide Tires The guide tires shall be fitted with internal run flat unit to resist the effects of deflation such that in the event a single or multiple failures of the guide tires. However.Riyadh The load tires / driving tires shall be fitted with suitable pressure sensors to alert the operator of either insufficient pressure or total loss of pressure. The load/ driving tires shall be selected in order to optimize the operational maintenance cost and minimize the vehicle down time. 12. Following the detraining of passengers the Monorail Vehicle shall be capable of self recovery to the depot without causing significant delay to other revenue service Monorail Vehicles. If necessary the low tire pressure sensor can be interlocked with the traction equipment in order to limit the maximum speed.Vol 2 Part 2. a vehicle with flat or burst load/ driving tires must be capable of continuing with passengers to the next available station at a maximum speed of 15km/h. The guide tires shall be selected in order to optimize the operational maintenance cost and minimize the vehicle down time. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the monorail vehicle will be able to continue to be driven at reduced speeds.doc 05 August 2009 Page 156 / 496 .9 Axles Axles and or stub axle shall be designed in accordance with a suitable national/ international standard submitted for acceptance by the Employer. 12.

2. from brake initiation to standstill. Activation of the emergency pushbutton at the manual control console. Vehicle or train uncoupling.Vol 2 Part 2.2.Riyadh 13. 13.2 m/s² for any brake entry speed. When an emergency braking application is initiated. and a pneumatic disc type friction brake system. shall be at up to 1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . which may include use of a vital. and act as the backup to dynamic braking during normal service braking and as the primary braking systems during emergency stops and while the car is parked.2 Service Brake The electric dynamic braking system and the service friction brake system shall be continuously blended to achieve the desired braking rate. coding and decoding functions and full service brake rate monitoring shall be fail-safe. B.3 Emergency Brake Emergency brake commands shall over-ride any acceleration and or service braking requests and shall be irretrievable. fail-safe slide control. The average emergency brake rate.1 General The friction brake system shall be pneumatic disc type and shall function as the ultimate braking system on the car.doc 05 August 2009 Page 157 / 496 . Release of the dead man control (unless brake assurance or other fail-safe means is provided to bring the vehicle to a halt) C.Deceleration Requirements. The friction brake jerk rate limit shall not override the electric brake jerk rate limit command. Remote activation from Control Centre or ATP. Emergency braking shall be initiated by the following actions or conditions: A. 13. Low friction brake system pressure. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The electric dynamic brake and service friction brake shall respond appropriately to the brake command signal. E. Brake fade due to heating of brake discs shall not degrade the emergency brake rate below the minimum required to stop within the ATC safe braking distances.1 General The braking system design shall consist of micro-processor based brake control unit responsible for brake control and system monitoring. Braking System 13. Care shall be taken in the design of the vehicle controls to avoid unnecessary emergency brake applications. the friction braking system shall apply brake force sufficient to achieve the emergency brake performance specified in Clause .2. D. 13. The design of the trains shall maximise use of regenerative braking.1 m/s². An emergency brake application shall be made if there is a loss of the brake system control. and shall mitigate the propensity to cause rubber tire overheating by appropriate means. The brake demand signal shall be jerk rate limited and infinitely variable. The nominal service brake rates and acceleration rates shall not exceed 1. Emergency braking is a safety critical function which shall be designed in accordance. The brake system trainline(s).2 Braking Requirements 13. loss in continuity of the brake system control or if there is a failure in the method of replenishing the brake system energy.

13.5 Blended Operation During normal operation with electric dynamic braking active. including a suitable safety margin.when the parking switch is operated. The energy supply unit shall derive power from an auxiliary power supply. 13. and dynamic brake signals. without dynamic brake functional.2. The friction brake system shall also provide the parking brake function. at any speed.2. without dynamic braking. The friction brake system shall provide the backup for the dynamic brake during normal service and emergency brake applications.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . when operated in emergency conditions or in blended operation and degraded performance operation.3 Parking Brake A parking brake shall be provided and shall be capable of holding an AW3 vehicle on a 6% gradient for a minimum of 3 hours. and . in normal operation.breaking of the parking brake control circuit. 13.6 Performance with Friction Brake Only The friction brake system shall be capable of providing the required full service brake rate with all electric brakes inoperative.Riyadh 13. the friction brake system shall be capable of being blended with the electric brake to ensure the full service brake rate is achieved. The parking brake shall apply automatically when: . It shall also be possible to release the parking brake manually from the cab or locally. observing all speed restrictions. on any route.3.2 Brake Control Unit The Brake Control Unit (BCU) shall be micro‐processor based unit with which is capable to read and interpret train lines. 13.4 Brake System Energy Capacity The brake system energy storage capacity and brake system energy supply system shall have sufficient capacity and capability to ensure that the system will not experience un-demanded brake applications due to fluctuations in the level of energy stored within the braking system. 13.2. and stopping at all stations. .4 Thermal Capacity 2 The thermal capacity of the friction brake system shall be sufficient to enable an 4 passengers/m loaded Ultimate-length train to complete one round-trip.doc 05 August 2009 Page 158 / 496 . The BCU shall control the logic to determine the appropriate dynamic and friction brake force and also to provide wheel slide protection.loss of power to the brake system. The parking brake force shall be distributed on sufficient axles to ensure the secure holding of the vehicle with reduced wheel to roadway adhesion that could be encountered. load weighing. 13.3.3 Component Requirements 13.1 General Power for all control electronics shall be from the low-voltage 24V DC supply. and shall be capable of providing the required braking rates for all loading conditions.3.Vol 2 Part 2.3. The friction brake system shall be designed so that the vehicle’s brake disc / drum and pad temperatures do not exceed the manufacturer’s design limit.

there shall be one passenger intercom panel provided in each car.Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 14.2 Trainborne ATP Equipment The vehicle-mounted ATP system shall be as specified in the in the Employer’s Requirements of the Functional Specification for the Signaling System. As a minimum. The Contractor shall be responsible for the installation and proper interfacing of the on-board communications system with the other vehicle systems. Vehicle Mounted Communications. ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh 14. The Contractor shall be responsible for the installation and proper interfacing of the vehicle-mounted ATP system with the other vehicle systems. ATP Equipment 14.1 Vehicle Communications The on-board communications system shall be as specified in the Employer’s Requirements of Functional Specification for Communications Systems.doc 05 August 2009 Page 159 / 496 .

Vol 2 Part 2. voltage drop.doc 05 August 2009 Page 160 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh 15. Design wire capacities shall conform to the National Electrical Code (NEC 70) or other accepted standard. temperature and flexibility requirements in accordance with applicable specifications accepted by the Employer. Wiring and Electrical Equipment The selection of wire sizes and insulation shall be based on the current carrying capacity. mechanical strength.

Riyadh 16. Glossary ANSI ASHRAE ASTM ATC ATO ATP BS CCO CCTV CISPR EMC EMI EN IEC ISO LCD MIL STD NF NFPA OCC ORE PA TMS UIC VAC American National Standards Institute American Society of Heating.Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Inc American Society for Testing and Materials Automatic Train Control Automatic Train Operation Automatic train Protection British Standards Control Centre operator Closed Circuit of TeleVision International Special committee on Radio Interface ElectroMagnetic Compatibility ElectroMagnetic Interference European standard International Electrotechnical Convention International Organisation for Standards Liquid Crystal Display Military Specification French standards National Fire Protection Association Operating Control Centre Union Of Railways Public Address Train Manager System International Union of Railways Ventilation and Air Conditioning ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Refrigeration and air conditioning Engineers.doc 05 August 2009 Page 161 / 496 .

Alternative standards may be proposed provided they are equal or better.Vol 2 Part 2. Inc (ASHRAE) American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) END OF THE DOCUMENT ROLLING STOCK SPECIFICATION (3230) KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh 17.2 Railways International Standards: International Union of Railways (UIC) International Electrotechnical Convention (IEC) International Organisation for Standards (ISO) Union Of Railways (ORE) 17.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Proposed Standards 17.4 Other standards: Military Specification MIL STD National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) International Special committee on Radio Interface (CISPR) European standard (EN) for Electromagnetic compatibility American National Standards Institute (ANSI) American Society of Heating. 17.doc 05 August 2009 Page 162 / 496 .3 Railways National Standards: British Standards (BS) French standards (NF) National French railways standards (SNCF specifications CF) 17.1 General Vehicles shall be designed in accordance with the standards in this Section. Refrigeration and air conditioning Engineers.

TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 2 . Number T Family A1 Revision It shall be the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.P.Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 16/06/2009 28/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author P.PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Title: Document number: DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS SYSTRA Transmitter KAFD Project PHB Phase PE Type SYS Discipline DEP Subject 3240 Doc.B.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .P. P. Revision according to Hill Intl comments Revision: A1 Name Date Signature Prepared by Patrick Pastori 28 July 2009 Checked by Didier Massat 28 July 2009 Approved by Olivier Bouhier 28 July 2009 Date: 31 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 ./ O. .

...................... 3......................................176 5..............4 5................175 Car Body Painting cabin ..................................................178 DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ....................2 PROJECT BACKDROP ....................................................1 1............................................................................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .................................................Vol 2 Part 2..............2 5................................................177 CAR BODY CONSTRUCTION .................................................................................................................................6.......166 1.....................................................................169 CONCEPT OF LAYOUT OF WORKSHOP/OFFICE AND MAINTENANCE/STABLING AREA .......................................................................................4 NECESSITY OF INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE ...................5........6........................................................1 5..........................................................................169 5..............................................................4 5.....................................................2 6.........................................177 CLASSIFICATION OF CAR INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE ..................................................................175 Car Washing Track .................................... FREQUENCIES AND CONTENTS OF THE INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE ..............................................................5 LOCATION AND SPACE ................................................................ BASIC PLAN OF CAR INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE ...........................6.......169 CONCEPT OF THE ALIGNMENT IN THE DEPOT ................173 Inspection and Maintenance Facilities for Monorail Cars ............................................2 5.................................................................................................................177 TYPES.......... 5.......5 6.....166 PURPOSE OF THE DOCUMENT ...........................3 6................................................176 Others .........................168 GENERAL ...........................171 FUNCTION OF THE DEPOT ............173 Operating Control Centre Function ........................170 LAYOUT OF THE FLOORS ......................................................................6..............................5.............................168 BASIC CONCEPT FOR THE LAYOUT OF DEPOT ...............................................................................................175 Tire Replacement and Maintenance Track............................................................................................................................................................................................2 5.........1 6......................doc 31 July 2009 Page 164 / 496 .....1 5........................................................................................ GLOSSARY..........................3 5.......................................................................3 5....1 5................................................................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1...........6 MAIN EQUIPMENT IN DEPOT ...........6......168 SPECIFICATION OF MONORAIL CAR ......173 Commercial Department Function.......................175 Inspection and Maintenance Track ...................................................5.....................................................177 6.......................................... 4.173 5.....................................................167 2. INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................3 5...........................

................1 7.............................................2 6......... Daily Inspection .......9 6...10 7..........................................................................................................................4........doc 31 July 2009 Page 165 / 496 .........6 6..............................................................4......................................................................................................................... 182 Figure 5 : Basic Conceptual Drawing of Important Inspection and Heavy maintenance....................182 Bogie Maintenance...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4................4.............4 6.......................................186 Car Washing............... 180 Figure 4 : Flowchart of Monthly Inspection .....187 POWER SUPPLY SECTION PLAN............................3 6...................5 6........................188 CONNECTING/DISCONNECTING SWITCH OPERATION .........................................................................................187 Car Fittings and Equipment ............................................................................4...188 7......Riyadh 6.........................................................................................................7 6............................................................................................................................ 172 Figure 2 : Coupler .. 186 DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ............................................185 Car Body Painting.........................181 Important Parts Inspection and Heavy Maintenance ....4......................185 Extraordinary Inspection...............................................8 6.........................................................: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-SYS-DEP-3241-D............4.................................................................................................................................4.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ..........188 List of Figures : Figure 1 : See drawing ref...2 POWER SUPPLY SECTION PLAN .......................................................................................4..................................................................................187 Parts which shall be fixed to the car ..180 Monthly Inspection ......Vol 2 Part 2.....1 6...... 184 Figure 6 : Conceptual Tire Replacement Work.............................4......... 178 Figure 3 : Flowchart of Train Inspection Work .....................................................................................185 Tire Replacement...................................................

totally elevated with a satisfactorily level of integration into the whole KAFD development. Introduction 1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The Monorail System should be a state of the art ultra.doc 31 July 2009 Page 166 / 496 .Riyadh 1. with air conditioned trains and stations.modern urban transit system.1 Project backdrop The objective of this Project shall be to provide public transport services to passengers travelling within the area of King Abdullah Financial District. Such system will comprise a one track line in circular configuration. buildings. One major characteristic and challenge of this project shall be the integration of the stations inside buildings. in keeping with the image of the KAFD Development.Vol 2 Part 2. using the KAFD Monorail System. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . hotel complexes and street network.

Vol 2 Part 2. although the specific technical documents attached herein may seem at times rather restrictive. The Employer will favourably consider alternatives that strictly match the intended functional requirements without compromising essential factors such as RAMS and aesthetics. delivery. installation. he shall be invited to raise his concerns to the Employer and offer alternative solutions. Should the contractor feel disadvantaged because of a harsh or unnecessary requirement. The Employer and its Consultant shall have deployed their utmost efforts to produce a flexible tender documentation.Riyadh In addition as monorail technology shall be a quite small segment of worldwide mass transit system there shall be only a very limited number of major and strong manufacturers with quite proven and proprietary solution. While certain clauses prescribe specific values.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2 Purpose of the document This specific technical document specifies the requirements for the design. manufacture. 1. Should the tenderer feel disadvantaged because of a difficult or unnecessary requirement.doc 31 July 2009 Page 167 / 496 . This document shall be written with the objective to produce a flexible tender documentation and should not be considered as a restrictive description. The intended tender process shall be driven mostly by functional and performance requirements and should be read as a reference. testing and commissioning of the depot and all associated systems and components of the KAFD monorail Transit System Project. It shall be stressed that the intended procurement process shall be driven mostly by functional and performance requirements. it shall be understood that these specific requirements represent the current state-of-the-art adopted by the industry and should be read as a reference. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . he could raise his concerns to the Client and offer alternative solutions. characteristics or solutions to be conformed to by the Contractor.

DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . house the OCC. General Riyadh provides a public transportation system for approximately 4 km of the route length. 4. The required functions of the depot are: • • • • Stabling of the monorail cars.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . As transit system. The stabling capacity in the depot area shall be designed for 6 trainsets. of the monorail system.Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 2. the Operating Control Centre of the Monorail system shall be installed in the same area. and administration offices. Specification of Monorail Car Please refer to the Rolling Stock specifications (KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-RLS-3230-T). The depot plan shall be examined so that the maintenance of monorail cars can be carried out functionally and efficiently in order to maintain the reliable and safe service of the monorail system.doc 31 July 2009 Page 168 / 496 . The Depot shall be constructed off the main line and shall have a specific guide beam access. inspection and maintenance of the monorail cars. an elevated “Straddle beam type monorail” is selected. In addition. Glossary OCC UPS Operating Control Centre Uninterruptible Power Supply 3.

The monorail track beam shall be installed 6. (1) One track switch beam shall be installed at the entrance of the depot and can move to locate the monorail train in front of the required track inside the depot. thus 4 monorail trainsets can be stabled. Basic Concept for the Layout of Depot 5.doc 31 July 2009 Page 169 / 496 . there shall be several restrictions from a viewpoint of space. All track to track movements shall be independent from the main line operation. 2 units can be stored on each track.Riyadh 5.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . In consideration of these restrictions.5m high from the road level (mainly in order to respect the clearance of the road adjacent to the depot building). The tracks in the depot shall be located on the same level of those of the main line. Horizontal alignment of tracks in the depot area shall be arranged and defined as follows. on the same track one washing facility shall be installed just after the track switch beam. (3) One track shall be dedicated for inspection works. (2) 2 tracks shall be dedicated for stabling of the monorail train. (4) One track shall be dedicated for long term maintenance and running equipment exchange (bogie drop or similar equipment shall be installed). DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1 Location and Space Since the depot shall be constructed into a building.Vol 2 Part 2. 5.2 Concept of the Alignment in the Depot One track shall be coming from the main line toward the depot area. the most effective plan shall have been established for the inspection and maintenance work in the Depot.

Meanwhile. Car washing. a canteen and related rooms shall be arranged. division offices.doc 31 July 2009 Page 170 / 496 . shall be required with approximately 4. such as bogie drop shall be provided under the floor. 7) The space for the painting cabin shall be reduced and the cabin can be installed in the future (but this painting cabin should be included in the tenderer offer). a canteen and other related rooms. storages. tire replacement facilities. The Maintenance/Stabling area shall be located on one floor and there shall be carried out the stabling and car maintenance works such as Daily inspection. Access space for this one shall be secured.Riyadh 5. It shall be located near the office area and shall be installed between the ground floor and the upper floor. the two train maintenance tracks shall be arranged. 1) As for the function of the Maintenance/Stabling area. In the maintenance area. And they shall be provided for train inspection and maintenance facilities. part of the workshops and storage. 4) The workshop area shall be located on the same or on a different floor. Especially. 5) Two elevators shall be provided for the monorail operation. the upper space shall be defined following the equipment to be installed on ceiling level.0 meters in depth. such as a car washing machine. The other elevator shall be provided for monorail staffs and/or visitor’s access to the upper floor. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . some facilities’ pits. training rooms meeting rooms and related rooms. respectively 3) The office area located on different floor shall be arranged for the commercial department office.3 Concept of Layout of Workshop/Office and Maintenance/Stabling Area From the functional point of view. there shall be a commercial department office. OCC equipment room. Tire replacement. training rooms and some offices. where monorail maintenance rooms. the train Operating Control Centre (OCC). a bogie drop pit. such as travelling crane and monorail roof access platform. an Operating Control Centre (OCC).KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 2) Train stabling capacity of the depot shall be for 6 monorails. monorail parts storages. a painting cabin and so on. The Workshop/Office area shall be located in upper and lower floors. so that they affect the upper space lower floor. Heavy inspection. The stabling tracks shall be able to arrange two monorails per track. One shall be as a cargo elevator to carry the spare parts and materials between the ground floor and the upper floor.Vol 2 Part 2. 6) Small forklift shall be provided for the maintenance and other working areas. monorail maintenance rooms. the depot shall be divided into two areas: Workshop/Office and Maintenance/Stabling. The concept of this area layout shall be as follows. which shall be a part of the tire replacement facilities. etc.

the storages. Light maintenance Track No 4 Tire replacement.4 Layout of the Floors The Inspection and Maintenance facilities. Inspection. part of the monorail units repair shops. the painting cabin. This floor shall include the train stabling tracks and the train unit maintenance facilities such as the inspection and maintenance facilities. the track switch.Vol 2 Part 2.2 Stabling for two monorails Track No 3 Monorail washing. (1) Tracks Track No. the car washing machine. the tire replacement facilities.Riyadh Outline of the floor plan of offices and maintenance workshops floor shall be shown in table 1 below. Heavy maintenance The sequence of the train entering operation to the depot area shall be as follow. and the maintenance rooms shall be installed on the floor n+1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1 Stabling for two monorails Track No. The monorail diverges from the main line track to the approach track up to the front of the track switch. storages and other related rooms.doc 31 July 2009 Page 171 / 496 . Floor Overhead Travelling Crane Monorail roof access platform Activities Floor n+2 Monorail stabling Inspection and Maintenance Floor n+1 Monorail washing Painting cabin Storage Workshops Division office Maintenance unit rooms // Canteen Training room Commercial department office // Operation control centre Floor n Storage Pits Table 1 : Outline of the Floors 5.

Riyadh The monorail waits the green signal from the track switch to be in alignment with the track beam. Figure 1 : See drawing ref. such as the tire replacement facilities.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 31 July 2009 Page 172 / 496 .0 m in depth. OCC equipment room. the Inspection and maintenance facilities. taking into account the travelling crane area and the monorail roof access platforms. (2) At the Maintenance/Stabling area. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2. (3) Some facilities. A bogie drop pit is approximately 4. The monorail can proceed to the required track.: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-SYS-DEP-3241-D (1) The office area shall be the commercial department office. car washing machine and a track switch shall be provided efficiently considering the workability of the tasks. The OCC room shall have security access door and its access shall be restricted to authorized personnel. The real Depot layout plan and Section plans shall be pending on the structure of the building. such as bogie drop and switches shall be installed in the respective pits. the Operating Control Centre (OCC) room. training rooms and related rooms.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . (2) UPS room.1 Commercial Department Function The function of the commercial department is the management of the monorail commercial affairs. (1) OCC equipment room. (3) Operation and Maintenance staff facilities including worker’s welfare facilities. 5.5. The Operating Control Centre shall have all necessary information related to the train operation (Signalling. (5) Inspection and maintenance facilities for monorail trains. (7) Sewage treatment facilities. 5. (4) Stabling of the monorail trains.5 Function of the Depot The main functions of the depot shall be as follows. (6) Monorail units' workshop and Storage function for necessary materials and equipment for the monorail transportation system.3 Inspection and Maintenance Facilities for Monorail Cars The frequency of the inspection and maintenance will be planned by the Operation and Maintenance section.5. At least the following rooms shall be adjacent to the operation control centre room. (2) Operation control centre function.2 Operating Control Centre Function Train operation control shall be carried out in a central room. The outlines of the facilities shall be described as follows: (1) Tire replacement equipment DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . (3) OCC meeting room. (1) Commercial department function. station and platform state.Vol 2 Part 2.5. SCADA and others). Basic plan of above mentioned functions shall be described as follows. The office room shall be arranged to include the fare counting room.doc 31 July 2009 Page 173 / 496 . telecommunications. (4) Emergency / Visitor room (5) toilets (6) etc… 5.Riyadh 5.

a washing room and so on. locker rooms. from the depot.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and sludge. Domestic wasted water also requires a preliminary treatment. fats. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2. (7) Waste Water Treatment Facilities.Riyadh The tires which are of specific type for monorail vehicle shall be changed with exclusive tire replacement equipment. (5) Operation and maintenance staff facilities Facilities for operation and maintenance staff: separate offices. it is forbidden to discharge the waste water. a canteen. monorail spare parts. the waste water treatment facilities is required for preliminary treatment of this water prior to discharging. (6) Storage of materials and equipment for the maintenance of the monorail system The storage materials shall be mainly tires. directly to the public sewage system. (4) Car washing machine and manual car washing equipment Facilities for car washing and cleaning. (3) Painting cabin A car body shall be painted by parts only inside the painting cabin to avoid the spread of painting material. shower rooms. Since the discharged water from the monorail inspection and maintenance area shall be mixed oils. electrical parts and oils. toilet rooms.doc 31 July 2009 Page 174 / 496 . Therefore. Treatment characteristics of discharging sewage water should be in accordance with local regulation and standard. grease and fats.

Electric testing machines. Under frame component dismantling trolley. Traction car. The washing machine shall be designed not to splash water as much as possible.6 Main Equipment in Depot The equipment to be arranged the Depot shall be as follows.1 Car Washing Track EQUIPMENT: Car washing machine. thus it shall be enclosed. 5. 5. Car body stands. General machine tools. 5. the work schedules can be coordinated easily and no conflict of work shall occur. Scissor lift. due to the reduced space available in the depot. Running tire changer. Jet steam high pressure washer. Nitrogen gas cylinder. 2-Overhead travelling cranes (10 tons with 3tons). etc… This track shall be the same as the monorail washing machine.Riyadh 5. etc… This track shall have an effective length of approximately 66 meters from the track switch to the end of track. Since three kinds of works shall be carried out at this track. The cars shall be washed by washing machine and heavy dirty parts of the car shall be washed properly by hand at manual washing area. considering the quantity of monorail vehicles.6. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .6. Scaffolding for head washing. The track shall be used for Daily and Monthly inspection works and air conditioner checking work. Car body lifting jib. Scaffolding for car body washing.3 Tire Replacement and Maintenance Track EQUIPMENT: Bogie drop facilities. An elevated catwalk shall be provided along the track for the checking and service of roof mounted air conditioner units.6. This track shall have an effective length of approximately 66 meters from the track switch to the end of the track.Vol 2 Part 2. It is also possible to use this track as a stabling track when there is no maintenance work. Bar coupler assembling jig.doc 31 July 2009 Page 175 / 496 .2 Inspection and Maintenance Track EQUIPMENT: Catwalk for Air conditioner.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

doc 31 July 2009 Page 176 / 496 .5 Others Two elevators shall be provided for monorail operation and maintenance. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .6. Ventilation with a deodorization/filtering function shall exhaust the "painting air" out to the building.4 Car Body Painting cabin Car body painting facility shall be provided. 5. 5.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh The tire replacing work area shall require enough space in order to allow any bogie of a trainset to be dropped in the bogie pit. One shall be for a cargo and the other shall be for monorail staff and visitors.6.Vol 2 Part 2.

Periodical inspection and routine maintenance works shall be mainly daily inspection. due to deterioration. replacement of tires and so on: Inspection to be carried out appropriately at necessary time.3 Car Body Construction Please refer to the Rolling Stock Specifications for details on this topic. ・For the top coat. putty shall be provided on under coat. (2) Important parts inspection and Heavy maintenance: Periodical inspection to preventive and protective deterioration. (1) Body frame and under frame The body frames and under frame is usually aluminium alloy welded construction and shall have a character of excellent anti-corrosion and light weight.doc 31 July 2009 Page 177 / 496 . the cars will have lower performance and functions compared with new cars. (3) Extraordinary inspection.1 Necessity of Inspection and Maintenance For the passenger service. monthly inspection. friction and damages of parts. car washing work and other maintenance work. 6. Consequently of monorail operation for a long period.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Appropriate periodical car inspection and maintenance works shall be required to preserve the specified performance and conditions against the deteriorations and ageing. urethane resin paint shall be provided. car body painting. (2) Painting The outside of body frame will be urethane paint finishing conforming to the related manufacture standards: ・Anti-corrosion epoxy primer shall be provided for under coat on metal plate surface. tire replacement work. monorail inspection and maintenance works shall be carried out to maintain monorail performance. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . heavy maintenance.Riyadh 6. ・Smooth body surface. 6. corrosion.2 Classification of Car Inspection and Maintenance The functions of inspection and maintenance works shall be classified as follows: (1) Daily inspection and Monthly inspection: Checking and maintenance for the daily operation. Basic Plan of Car Inspection and Maintenance 6.Vol 2 Part 2.

4 Types. One shall be a “Tight lock coupler”. connecting between two trains.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and the other shall be a “Bar-type coupler”. Frequencies and Contents of the Inspection and Maintenance The outline of the inspection and maintenance work shall be as follows (see table 2). The Operation and Maintenance (O&M) section will help to prepare the “Inspection and repair manual” which specifies method and frequencies of the maintenance and inspection works prior to start the daily passenger service. Mc1 M1 Tc1 :Tight lock coupler :Bar-type coupler Figure 2 : Coupler 1) The tight lock coupler shall have the following characteristics: ・Automatic mechanical and air connection.doc 31 July 2009 Page 178 / 496 .Vol 2 Part 2. Sound absorbing materials shall be used in the skirt panels to achieve a low noise emission level. (4) Coupler There shall be two types of couplers in the train configuration. Skirts around the under-floor equipment and bogie protect the noise leak from every equipment and bogie to outside and provides the better appearance. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh (3) Under-floor The under-floor area consists of the equipment area for the main power and control equipment and the bogie frames. connecting between intermediate cars as shown in the figure below. with self centre alignment device ・The de-coupling work of coupler can be done in the vehicle cabin ・Impact load of coupling shall be absorbed with elastic buffer ・Manual electric connection shall be provided at separate position 2) The bar-type coupler (semi-permanent type) shall have the following characteristics: ・Bar-type couplers between the cars equipped with energy absorption elastic buffer function ・Manual air piping connection and electric connection shall be provided at separate position 6.

braking unit.. traction motor unit.. Signalling and ATO. traction motor unit. door opening. Insulation resistance test for electric circuit of cables and equipments. braking unit.Vol 2 Part 2. door opening unit. The inspection of the function and performance at dismounted condition of the main equipments such as power collector device. damage. battery. at dismounted and resolved condition of the important equipments such as power collector device. and the commissioning test. ATO.. deformation. on-board Signalling. etc.Riyadh Table 2 : Type. braking unit. and tire pressure mainly and tire replacement timing shall be assumed. Signalling and ATO. Cycle and Contents of Inspection Type of Inspection Daily inspection Cycle Contents of Inspection Visual inspection from outside for mainly running equipments such as traction power collector device. The tire replacement at necessity time. car body. Extraordinary inspection for the function of a part or whole of car ・ At the time of manufacturing or procurement ・ At the time of occurring collision or other heavy accident ・ At the time of heavy modification or repair ・ At the time of suspension of operation for the period of more than 6 months ・ At other necessary time Re-painting the car body as required Inspection of the running tires of wearing. auxiliary rotating machine.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . coupling device.. and door opening unit. crack. braking unit. bogie traction motor unit. The insulation resistance test and dielectric resistance test for electric circuit of cables and equipments. The careful inspection of the function and performance of the mechanism. public address system. Integration test after completion of heavy maintenance. grounding. The inspection at static condition of the function and performance of the main equipments such as power collector device. Within 72 hours Monthly inspection Within 3 months Important parts inspection Within 3 years Heavy maintenance Within 6 years Extraordinary inspection As required Car body painting Tire inspection and tire replacement As required DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . traction motor unit.doc 31 July 2009 Page 179 / 496 . bogie traction unit. etc. coupling device. bogie traction unit. Insulation resistance test for electric circuit of cables and equipments. bogie traction unit..

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .4. the daily inspection shall be carried out at the front section of the track No. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .3. Start work Shut off power + side Skirt open Inspection of under-floor equipment Adjustment of consumer parts - side Skirt open Inspection of under-floor equipment Adjustment of consumer parts Inspection of interior equipment of car Inspection of driver’s cabin 1 equipment Inspection of driver’s cabin 2 equipment Skirt close Skirt close Confirmation of work completion and power on Function and performance test Car body washing Going out or stabling in the Depot Figure 3 : Flowchart of Train Inspection Work Generally.1 Daily Inspection The daily inspection will be carried out mainly by a visual check on the condition of bogie traction units every 72 hours.doc 31 July 2009 Page 180 / 496 .4. The working flowchart of this daily inspection is shown in the Figure below.Vol 2 Part 2. It shall be also possible to carry out the work at the track No.Riyadh 6. when there shall be tire replacement work. and it takes about 2 hours by 3 persons.

4. This inspection requires a whole day (6-7 hours) by several persons and needs train stabling for a whole day. the monorail shall be powered for the checking and the confirmation of the normal operation and performance of each subsystem. the sizes of respective parts shall be measured with removal of inspection lids and covers when necessary. Insulation resistance of electrical circuits shall be also measured at the same time.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh No special facilities shall be required and provided except access platforms because the inspection shall be carried out mainly by visual and human senses inspection. Lubrication and cleaning of the necessary equipments and parts shall be carried out. After completion of various inspections in static condition. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2. The working flowchart of this monthly inspection is shown in the Figure below.doc 31 July 2009 Page 181 / 496 .2 Monthly Inspection The monthly inspection will be carried out on each unit and device at intervals of 3 months (exact interval to be defined by the monorail manufacturer and the operator). 6. The access platforms shall be prepared at both ends and sides of the track to get on/off the train for manual operation of train and inspection of a driving control panel and other interior devices. These activities shall be recorded in an inspection record book which shall be kept for reference at future inspection during a period to be defined by operation and maintenance rules. At this inspection.

Heavy maintenance requires also to dismount more main components from the car (to perform strict adjustment) than important parts inspection. for the important parts inspection.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .3 Important Parts Inspection and Heavy Maintenance The important parts inspection and heavy maintenance will be carried out within 3 years and 6 years. it is necessary to dismount main components from the car for checking and adjustment of the subassemblies. respectively (exact interval to be defined by the monorail manufacturer and the operator).4. There shall be no conflicts between the daily and monthly inspections because of the limited quantity of vehicles. 6.doc 31 July 2009 Page 182 / 496 .Riyadh Start work Shut off power Dismantling the equipment cover and skirt Rotating equipment inspection and maintenance Bogie traction equipment inspection and maintenance Control and braking equipment inspection and maintenance Signalling. Insulation test and withstand voltage test shall be conducted DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Car attached telecommunications parts and electric equipment inspection and maintenance inspection and maintenance Cleaning interior and outside of car body Confirmation of work completion and power on Function and performance test Filling up inspection record Setting of equipment cover and skirt Completion of work Figure 4 : Flowchart of Monthly Inspection The monthly inspection shall be carried out mainly at the front section of the track No. While the monthly inspection shall be performed through visual checking of the condition from outside.3 same place of the daily inspection.Vol 2 Part 2.

DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . After the completion of the inspections. The maintenance areas of the car body and bogie shall be located along side track. The car body shall be lifted up and carried by traveling cranes.doc 31 July 2009 Page 183 / 496 . an integration test shall be carried out to check and confirm the correct operation of all subsystems and functions of train.Riyadh appropriately to the various electrical circuits and equipments. Remaining bogies shall be taken off the guideway with a bogie lifting beam. A car body of the train shall be disconnected for heavy maintenance at the track No. The working flowchart of the basic conceptual important parts inspection and heavy maintenance is shown in the Figure below. function and performance checks shall be carried out. Following electric tests.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2. Test running shall be also performed to confirm the train performance on the main line track.4.

6b Bogie is lifting up by the crane and put on the working stand 7b Removal of each part checking and maintenance 8b Assemble and inspection 9b Removal of bogie frame Setting of parts Traction equipment Dumper equipment Traction motor 31 July 2009 General electrical equipment and device Air conditioning equipment Door opening equipment Lightning equipment Coupling device Hood and sheet 10a Fitting equipments and parts 10b Bogie is lifting up by the crane and put on the guideway Lifting up car body 11a b 12ab Fixing of coupling and combining parts of bogie and body 13ab Confirmation of work completion and power on a 14ab Overhaul test of each function and performance 15ab Test running inside car depot Filling up record Test running record 16ab Test running at main line 17ab .Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . communication and public address equipment Power collection equipment 8a Various tires and axles Dismantling checking and adjustment Braking equipment Control equipment 9a Assembling and inspection Mechanical braking equip.doc Page 184 / 496 DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT 1ab Starting work Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 2ab Car shunting and stop at designated position 3ab Shut off Power supply 4ab Removal of coupling and combining parts of bogie and body 5ab Lift up of car body Figure 5 : Basic Conceptual Drawing of Important Inspection and Heavy maintenance 6a Car body is settled the Car body Support 7a Removal of each equipment Signaling.

4) These works shall be repeated three times for three cars of a train. 6.4. The procedure for the assembling work of a car body and bogie shall be in reverse order of the dismantling work.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .4. However. 1) Pipes and Cables installed between the car body and the bogie shall be disconnected. The frequency of the painting works shall be not provided specialy to differ from other routine inspection works.provided near the Bogie maintenance area for the clean up the dismonted bogies and/or . 5) After completion of the car body removal work. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh The procedure for the dismounting work of a body and bogie shall be as follows.doc 31 July 2009 Page 185 / 496 . The lifting jig shall be inserted in each dedicated hole of car body for the lifting. The Car body painting shall be usually performed simultaneously with the heavy maintenance which shall be every six years. 6. 3) The lifted car body shall be put down on four car body support in the car body maintenance area. a breakdown of cars. 6) Each bogie shall be taken off from a bogie lifting beam one by one by travelling cranes to a bogie maintenance stand.Vol 2 Part 2. it shall be necessary to consider well the work frequency because the painting work cost occupies large portion of the total maintenance amount. 6. A car body shall be lifted by two travelling cranes together. Stabilized wheels and Guide wheels shall be checked and repaired at the corner of the bogie maintenance area. The car painting cabin may probably accommodates for a single car because of few train numbers and limited space in the depot. the bogies shall be removed from the guideway beam. The bogie lifting beam shall be provided at the end of track No. or major car modifications.assembly bogies. It will be carried out at especial case.6 Car Body Painting The main purpose of the car body painting shall be to prevent corrosion of the car body and to maintain good visual apperance. 2) Car body lifting jigs shall be attached to two travelling cranes respectively. The removed parts shall be carried to a designed maintenance shop for the checking and necessary repair. A exclusive Bogie Air Blowing Booth which shall be bogie cleaning shop installed compressed air and jet steam device is.4.4. The car painting area shall be arranged adjoining the car body maintenance area and the painting house shall be provided to avoid diffusion of paint material.4 Bogie Maintenance Respective parts shall be removed from the dismantled bogies on the bogie stands. and it shall be dependent on circumstances of train operation periods.5 Extraordinary Inspection The frequency of an extraordinary inspection shall be not provided specially. type of painting materials and environmental effects. such as car restoration of an accidented car.

7 Tire Replacement The main feature of straddle type monorail is the displacement on the guideway using rubber tire wheels. the tire cheking is very important for the reliable and safe operation and the reduction of maintenance costs of the monorail system.Riyadh 6. The guiding and stabilizing wheel tires. A bogie drop facility shall be provided for the tire replacement work and shall be installed in a bogie drop pit. The bogie drop shall have long steel beam and the beam sinks with bogie attached running wheel to be replaced tire and turns at right angle to replace the running wheel tire in a bogie drop pit. control of tire running mileage and tire replacement timing to be coordinated with the train inspection cycle.doc 31 July 2009 Page 186 / 496 Removal tire Inspection . The tire inspection shall be separately carried out from car maintenance system from these viewpoints: 1) The contents of running tire inspection shall be as follows. the service life of each tire shall be estimated based on the result of the above mentioned tire inspection items.4. Accordingly. the tire inspection shall be carried out at the time of monthly inspection simultaneously. Therefore. For this purpose. The replacement of each tire will be carried out according to the tire life estimation when required. the total control of the running tire shall be achieved through daily tire verification. the fixing mechanism shall be simple and shall have a long life. Conceptual tire replacement work shall be shown in the Figure below: (Case of 2 axles with 4 tires per bogie) Working time Separation of body and bogie Working items Bogie assembling Tire replacement work of Reassemblin g of tire Fitting of tire Figure 6 : Conceptual Tire Replacement Work Wearing situation of each tire shall be differentiated and depends on the performance of each car and the location of each axle.Vol 2 Part 2. Oil pressure type (hydraulic) equipment shall be used for the removal of the bogie of which a tire will be replaced. Each tire requires careful checking and full quality control. As a consequence.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . damage and deformation (Circumference of tire) ・Tire internal pressure value 2) Tire replacement work The tire replacement work of one axle (2 tires) takes some time/hours because the fitting mechanism is not so simple as that of an automobile. ・Measurement of the tire wearing value ・Checking of tire crack.

The overhead travelling crane shall be also used to lift up the tire from the pit to the working area. 7) Removing hub bolts which fasten up a wheel rim.Riyadh Procedure to dismantle the running wheel tire shall be as follows. 10) Attaching the new tire to the wheel centre and installing the tire pressure gauge with the hoses to the bogie to be completed on reverse procedure 6.4.doc 31 July 2009 Page 187 / 496 .Vol 2 Part 2. some parts shall be changed. The dismantled fittings and equipment shall be delivered to a respective car unit maintenance room or storage in the lower floor using a parts carrying trolley. 1) Stopping a car on a dropping guideway beam of bogie drop device installed at the centre of a pit in order to replace the bogie with wheels. they shall be attached to the car again. The exclusive sliding type scaffoldings shall be provided also at the both car front and rear for manual car washing work. detergent shall be cleaned off by water spray. Depending on the condition.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . using a running tire changer which shall be installed in the bogie drop pit. and moving the bogie to the fixed beam manually. Scaffoldings shall be provided along the both sides of the car washing line for manual car washing work and water facilities shall be provided for the car washing work. 6) Dismantling a tire pressure gauge with hoses of the bogie. DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 8) Removing the replaced worn out tire from a wheel centre. After checking and fixing.3 Car bodies of the train shall be washed by turning washing brushes of the Car washing machine with slow train progressing. The Manual replacing work shall be impossible because the tire with rim weight shall be about 100 kg.8 Car Washing The Car washing machine shall be provided at Track No.4.4. using a removing and attaching machine or a forklift.10 Parts which shall be fixed to the car The parts which shall be fixed to the car such as the piping and cabling shall be checked and repaired directly at the car body maintenance area.9 Car Fittings and Equipment Car fittings and equipment shall be dismantled of the car for maintenance and repair with exclusive tools. 6. 4) Dropping the beam at designed level by driving the bogie drop device.4. The moving work shall be possible by one or two persons. The replacing work shall be performed by using an overhead travelling crane. After car body washing. 9) Removing the worn out tire from a rim of the bogie and attaching a new tire. 3) Dismantling air hoses and electrical cables connected between the car body and bogie. 5) Turning the beam by 90 degrees to connect a fixed guideway beam of which direction shall be at right angle of the Track No. Manual car washing is required because the car washing machine can not clean up detail parts of car bodies completely. 6. 2) Opening a necessary mount cover and fixing it.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the clear indication and the reliability of the traction power indicator lamp must be maximized. The precaution points of the connecting/disconnecting switch operation shall be following. It is mostly impossible to define by viewing whether the traction power rails are energized or not. (4) Traction power supply indicator shall be installed on each section. (1) The traction power supply sectioning shall be defined so that the maintenance staff can operate safely whatever the traction power condition at respective independent sections according the work. (3) The bogie lifting beam section shall be an unpowered section.Riyadh 7. 7. (6) Emergency Cut Off (ECO) traction power shall be supplied for each section (or the whole depot track sections) with easy access and in the proximity of the maintenance staff. The main points of basic sectioning shall be as follows. Therefore.1 Power Supply Section Plan Traction power supply sectioning shall be considered so that the work can be carried out safely and efficiently whichever work section in the depot shall be powered or unpowered.g. in order to confirm easily a display of the indicator. to prevent anyone to operate it easily. (2) The monorail vehicle maintenance work shall not be affected by a failure of the four-way track switch. Several ECO devices shall be installed in the depot along the 4 tracks. (5) Each disconnecting section switch shall be located at a closer position of the relative indicator lamp. on both side of each track. The indicator shall be preferably a flashing/rotating lamp. (2) The operation of the connecting/disconnecting switch is so important for safety work that operators shall be limited only to qualified persons who must receive safety training and enough knowledge of the work. with/without a high luminosity LED indicator panel with “POWER ON” or “POWER OFF” text. The operators have the responsibility of the whole work and the workers in their controlled area. considering the characteristic of the electrical work. END OF THE DOCUMENT DEPOT SPECIFICATIONS (3240) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Power Supply Section Plan 7. (3) The connecting/disconnecting switch shall be secured by a locking system (e.doc 31 July 2009 Page 188 / 496 . which show a result of operation switch shown (On/Off).2 Connecting/Disconnecting Switch Operation Monorail system required a special care to avoid electrical accident with the 50 / 1 500 DC voltages of traction power rails. (1) The connecting/disconnecting switch operation shall be controlled directly at site to prevent communication error and/or misunderstanding of the site condition.Vol 2 Part 2. key and lock). Only the traction power rail are installed but without electric feeding.

TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 2 .Riyadh Revision Date Subject of issue / Revision Author A0 A1 15/06/2009 28/07/2009 First issue Revision according to Hill Intl comment JP. .PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Title: PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS SYSTRA PHB PE E&M PSD 3250 T A1 Document number: KAFD Project Transmitter Phase Type Discipline Subject Doc.: O.Filipiak P. Number Family Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”. JP. Revision: A1 Prepared by Name Date 28 Jul 2009 Signature JP.O. Bouhier 28 Jul 2009 Date: 28 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 .F.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Fontaine 28 Jul 2009 Approved by O.Bouhier Checked by L.F.

........... 200 7...........................................................................................................................................................................................................1 Bi parting sliding doors ..4 OPERATIONAL CRITERIA .................................. 192 GLOSSARY .........1 GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS.......................................4............... 203 7.............................3 Door Movement Kinetic Energy ................................................ 211 9........................................................................................................ FIXED SCREEN WORK AND GLASS ELEMENTS ..........................2 Door Closing Force .................2 PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS COMPONENT ................................................... 201 7..............................11 Media Wall....................................................................................................................................1.............................................................................. 200 7.... 199 7.....................................................4.....................................Vol 2 Part 2......... 197 7.........................10 Accurate Operation stop Point .................................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.......................................................................................................................................................... 7.............................................. 206 8................2............................... TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS .........................5 Platform End Doors (PED)............................ 195 INTERFACES....................................................................................................... 6....................................................................................................................... 201 7..................4...........................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .....................1 Bi Parting Sliding Doors Open/Close Speed ............................... 209 8....................................................................................................................................... 201 7...........................................................4.....................9 Platform Screen Doors insulation..................... 209 8. 211 9................................................................................................2 LIFE EXPECTANCY AND MAINTENANCE .............................2.....................................................................4 Obstacle Detection................................................................................................8 Local Control Panel.................... 206 8.................................................................. 203 7..3 Header .................2...............................................................................................................................................................................................................3 RESPONSE TO FAILURE ..................... PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS .................. 198 7..2................................ 207 8...............2................................................................doc 28 July 2009 Page 190 / 496 ............................................. 200 7........................................1 GENERAL ............................................. 203 7.................................................................................................................... 192 INTRODUCTION ................................2 Platform Screen Doors Structure......12 Platform Screen doors system interfaces ................... 196 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS......1 DOORS...............................................2...........................3 DOOR OPERATION ............ 194 SCOPE OF WORK ............. 206 8.....................................................2................................... NOTE ................................ 209 8............. 193 STANDARDS ............................................................6 Fixed Panel (FP)............. 210 9...................................................................2.....................................1 General Description. 204 8...............................................................2.....2............. 197 7........2..................................... 209 8............................................................................................... 211 PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .......................................................................................... 202 7.........2................................................... 4............. 2..................7 Platform Edge Doors Controller ......................................... 3........................................ 5..........................................................................................................................................................................4 Emergency Exit Doors (EED)................................. 204 7..........................................................................................

............................ 212 9..................................................................................2 MAINTAINABILITY .................................................................. 217 9.........................2 STRUCTURAL WORKS ..................................................................................................................................... 225 GENERAL ............................. 226 .......................................................................3 POWER SUPPLY ................................................... 216 9.................................................................................................................................................... 213 9.2 Structural Glass and Glazing Assemblies .................................................... 218 9....................................................................................................................................................... 218 9.......................................... 217 9.......................3 Detailed Design Requirements. 214 9.......................1.............................................................. Portable Test Equipment.7..............................................................................1............................................................ 226 ..............................7....................................................................................................................................... 225 SPARES PARTS.........................................................................................6................................................................................. 216 9..........................................................................................................7 THERMAL ENVIRONMENTAL CRITERIA ..........................................................8 General Requirement on Finishes...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2 Thermal Movement . 221 11.................... 224 COMMISSIONING TEST PARTICULAR REQUIREMENT......................................................11 Samples of Finishes..................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .............................................................1............................doc 28 July 2009 Page 191 / 496 ......1 General ............................................................ 226 .........................2 Vibration ................2................................................. PROTOTYPE .............5 Locking Arrangement.............5 Samples ....................................................1........................................1.. 212 9... 222 PROTOTYPE TEST AND TYPE TEST ...........................................................9 Finishes to Stainless Steel Elements ................................... Special Diagnostic and Test Equipment ............ EARTHING AND ISOLATION.......................................1..............................12 Silicone and Sealants ...............................................2................... 221 11...........................................................................................................................................................................................................1 Motors Enclosures ........................ 220 MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS ..............................6 Fixings ........................... 216 9.......................................................................................................1.....................................................7 General Requirement on Metalwork.............................................................................................. 222 TESTING REQUIREMENTS.......... 216 9........................................................... 223 SITE INSPECTION .......................2..10 Aluminium Alloys and Anodizing .................................................................................................2.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 226 TEST EQUIPMENT .1 Acoustic and Vibration Criteria Door Operation Noise and Vibration.... 218 9........................................................................................ 211 9............................................................................1...............................................................6. 218 9....... 219 10............................................................. 215 9................ 222 GENERAL ..........3 Door Guides and Suspension........................................................................................................... 213 9...........................1....Riyadh 9......................................................... Workshop Test Equipment ......5 EMERGENCY PANELS ......................................................1......... 226 SPECIAL TOOLS ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 221 MEAN TIME TO REPAIR .........................6 MOTORS ..........................................................4 Threshold Plate and Bottom Guide...................................................................................................................... 226 PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ......................................................... 213 9................................ SPECIAL TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT.............................. 11........................................... 222 FACTORY ACCEPTANCE TESTS (FAT) .......... 217 9..................1.....................................................4 Capillarity............................................. 216 9.... 214 9............1 GENERAL .............................................................................................................................. 215 9..........................................................................2....................... 219 9..................................................................................................4 EQUIPOTENTIAL BONDING..............................................Vol 2 Part 2........................ 214 9........................................................................... 218 9...........2 Types of Motors ........................

some of the specific technical content may. Should the bidder feel disadvantaged because of a harsh or unnecessary requirement. testing and commissioning of Platform Screen Doors (PSD) and all associated systems and components.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . characteristics or solutions to be conformed to by the Client these specific requirements represent the current state-of-the-art adopted by the industry and should. the client will consider favourably all alternatives that strictly match the intended functional requirements. the procurement process is intended to be mainly driven by functional and performance requirements.doc 28 July 2009 Page 192 / 496 . Introduction This specific technical document specifies the requirements for the design.Vol 2 Part 2. be considered as a reference only. Whilst certain clauses in the document prescribe specific values. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . However. therefore. without compromising essential factors such as RAMS and aesthetics 2.Riyadh 1. for each of the six stations in the KAFD Monorail System Project. Note Whilst the utmost effort has been made to produce a flexible tender document. they are invited to raise their concerns to the client and offer alternative solutions. seem restrictive. installation. manufacture. delivery. Note. at times.

Glossary Refer to document entitled: General Specification. AC AOSPS BPSD DC DCU EED FFL FP LSZH N NFPA LCP MW PEDC PSDCU PED PSD UPS V Alternative current Accurate Operation Stop Point System Bi Parting Sliding Doors Direct current Door Control Unit Emergency Exit Door Finished floor level Fixed Panel Low Smoke Zero Halogen Newton National Fire Protection Association Local Control Panel Media Wall Platform Edge Doors Controller Platform Screen Door Control Unit Platform End Door Platform Screen Door Uninterruptible Power Supply Volts PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 3.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 28 July 2009 Page 193 / 496 .

doc 28 July 2009 Page 194 / 496 .Part 1: Rating and performance Built in thermal protection for electric motors Electrical Insulation .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Electro Mechanical Compatibility PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Calculation BS 4675: Mechanical vibration in rotating machinery.Riyadh 4.dynamic load ratings and rating life.Thermal Classification.Vol 2 Part 2. Requirements for instruments for measuring vibration severity BS 1615: IEC60034-1: IEC 60034-11: IEC 60085: EN 55022-93 EN 6100 & annexes Specification for anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium Rotating electrical machines . Standards IEC 60947-5-1: IEC 60529: BS 5512: methods Low-voltage switchgear and control gear Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code) Specification for rolling bearings . EMC .

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5. Scope of Work
The purpose of the KAFD Transit System is to design, build, a monorail system that provides passengers with safe, reliable and comfortable transportation, in a cost effective manner. The monorail system will be a 4000m long route loop with six elevated stations. The scope of the Platform Screen Doors component of the project is the design, production, transportation (to the stations), and installation of the Platform Screen Doors for all the platforms at the six stations. Also included in the scope is the production and delivery of a complete prototype, which must be issued to the client (for verification) in a fully functional form. During the design phase all interfaces with other sub-systems will be defined and approved by the Client. The detailed structural analysis and calculations shall also be provided to the client to prove that the design of The Platform Screen Doors Systems withstands all the defined loads it will be subject to. Platform Screen Doors shall: completely insulate passengers from the trackbeam; achieve energy savings by retaining air-conditioned air within the platform area; achieve energy savings by reducing the size of the air conditioning equipment room as a result of increased air conditioning efficiencies; prevent objects from falling onto the trackbeam; prevent unauthorized entry into the trackbeam; protect passengers from falling accidentally onto the trackbeam; eliminate, for passengers, the "piston effect" created by trains entering and leaving the station enhance passenger comfort by improving the platform environment; be of a high operating quality and provide a good quality of service.

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6. Interfaces

The Platform Screen Doors System shall interface with:

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7. Functional Requirements
7.1 General Functional Requirements

Req 01 Platform Screen Doors (PSD) shall be installed on all platforms at all the stations

Req 02 Platform Screen Doors (PSD) shall cover the full space from the platform floor to the station ceiling, along the full length of the platform

Req 03 To avoid passengers becoming trapped between a Train and the Platform Screen Doors (PSD) passenger safety shall be paramount when designing and constructing the PSD system

Req 04 Platform Screen Doors (PSD) shall be positioned sufficiently close to the platform edge to ensure that no person could become trapped between a train and the doors when the doors are closed.

Req 05 Platform Screen Doors (PSD) shall be positioned sufficiently close to the platform edge to minimize any thermal exchange and subsequent impact on air conditioning quality

Req 06 The access of disabled people to the KAFD Transit System shall be taken into consideration in the design of the PSD system

Req 07 Light and buzzer/sound indicators shall inform passengers of Moving Sliding Doors (ie. opening/closing)

Req 08 The PSD system shall be constructed with materials compliant with international fire standards.

Req 09 The PSD system shall provide a very high level of reliability and be easy to maintain.

Trains will not be allowed to enter the station until the rolling stock and/or signalling system receives an ”All doors closed and locked” message from the PSD system. Trains shall not be allowed to leave the station until a guaranty that all doors of the Train and all Platform Screen Doors (PSD) are completely closed and locked.

Req 10 In the event of a door fault (one or more of the Bi parting sliding doors failing to open/close) it shall be possible to control the closing/opening of platform screen doors with a system situated in the OCC (refer to OCC Technical Specification)

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Req 11 In the case of a permanent door fault, it shall be also possible for qualified operation and maintenance staff to isolate the door by switching it off via the local door control mechanism. This will mean the faulty door can be fixed without disruption to the normal train operation. Any faulty door should be permanently disabled on a closed position. An “Out of Order” sign will be placed on the corresponding door to advise passengers

Maintenance requires that plant/machinery and equipment can be delivered via the platforms onto Works Trains.
Req 12 To meet this requirement, the Platform Screen Doors (PSD) system shall be designed such that removal and re-installation of doors and fixed screens (FS) shall be accomplished without disruption to the operation of the KAFD Transit System.

7.2

Platform Screen Doors Component

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7.2.1 Bi parting sliding doors
Req 13 There shall be as many Bi parting sliding doors, for each platform, as there are Train doors,

Req 14 When the train is stationary at the platform and correctly ‘docked’ in accordance with the operation stop point the automatic doors or bi parting sliding doors, should be aligned with the carriage body side doors

Req 15 The Bi parting sliding doors shall be located on the station platform edge, facing each forecast position of the Train doors

Req 16 Door size shall be such that when the bi parting sliding doors are fully open, the leading edge coincides with the doorpost to achieve the full opening width, taking in account the accurate operation stop point tolerance ( + / - 250 mm). The width of the Bi parting sliding doors shall be at least equal to the width of the Train doors plus double the value of the accurate operation stop point tolerance.

Req 17 The Bi parting sliding doors shall open and close less than 1 second before the Train doors.

Req 18 A guide strip shall be fitted to the lower door section.

This is designed to withstand the design loads imposed on the bi parting sliding doors
Req 19 A foothold deflector or any similar system must be fitted to the trackside of the doors to prevent passengers from gaining access between the platform screen doors (PSD) and Train whilst the doors are in the open position.

Req 20 The Bi parting sliding doors will be controlled, monitored and powered by the Door Control Unit (DCU) to which they are connected

Req 21 The Bi parting sliding doors shall have functionality to detect obstacles during the closing procedure

Req 22 The Bi parting sliding doors shall be fitted, on the trackside, with an easily accessible release device to allow passengers to leave the Train and open the door manually in degraded situations.

Req 23 Each bi parting sliding doors will be equipped with a local facility which shall enable the door to be isolated from power operation

Req 24 The manual release of Bi parting sliding doors shall be performed easily from the platform by the use of a key reserved for use by specified operation and maintenance staff.

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Req 25 All the mechanisms and subsystems within the Platform Screen Doors (PSD) shall be designed according to ‘failsafe’ principles so that neither component failure, nor a combination of two component failures, shall result in a door being powered open (except in response to a valid ‘open’ command)

Req 26 No component failure shall inhibit manual opening of any individual door when the release mechanism is operated.

7.2.2 Platform Screen Doors Structure
Req 27 The Platform Screen Door (PSD) shall be mounted on structural elements attached to the station ceiling and platform edge. The structure will be designed to safely resist the specified loadings and provide the mounting points for the covers, header assembly, doors and panels.

Req 28 All materials, treatments and fixings used in the fixed structure should satisfy the required design life under the defined environmental conditions, without compromising the fire, smoke and toxicity requirements.

7.2.3 Header
Req 29 This Typically, runs the length of the platform to enclose the header, monitoring and power distribution equipment, providing environmental protection and an attractive aesthetic finish, with LCD screen advertising possibilities.

Req 30 The front covers should hinge upwards to allow for easy access (from the platform side) to operating equipment housed in the header

Req 31 The front covers shall be locked in the closed position and supported by stays (support device) when open. Fixed covers shall also be fitted to the trackside of the header, to provide further protection.

7.2.4 Emergency Exit Doors (EED)
Req 32 Emergency Exit Door EED(s) shall be inserted between two adjacent Bi parting sliding doors

Req 33 There shall be as many Emergency Exit Doors (EED) as necessary, regularly spaced, both platform side and trackside, to cope with any emergency evacuation of passengers (including disabled passengers), irrespective of the position of the train in the station, in both normal and degraded operation

Req 34 These doors shall be manual, pivot hinged escape doors that swing outwards, with monitoring and locking devices and an emergency manual release mechanism.

Req 35 Each Emergency Exit Doors (EED) should be fitted with a panic bar arrangement, fitted horizontally across the panel at waist height, to allows the door to be opened from the trackside in an emergency.

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Req 36 It shall be possible to open The Emergency Exit Doors (EED) from the platform side by operation or maintenance staff using a special key.

Req 37 Emergency Exit Doors (EED) shall be secured at the top and bottom of the door using pivot assemblies that prevent the door being opened beyond the required opening space and should be arranged to automatically close when the door is left unattended.

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7.2.5 Platform End Doors (PED)
Req 38 Platform End Doors (PED) shall be located at each platform end, completely enclosing the platform.

Req 39 These doors are manual pivot hinged escape doors that swing outwards, they must have monitoring, and locking devices, a warning light and buzzer that is controlled and monitored by the OCC and/or operation staff on site

Req 40 A manual release mechanism shall be provided on the trackside for use in the event of evacuation of passengers, or for maintenance work.

Req 41 Provision to open Platform End Doors to give access to the track shall be provided, these doors will be opened using a special key used only by authorised staff in cooperation with the OCC and/or operation staff

7.2.6 Fixed Panel (FP)
Req 42 There could be Fixed Panels (FP), for each platform, to fill the remaining space between the Bi parting sliding doors, Emergency Exit Door (EED) , platform End Doors(PED), it should completely enclose the Platform Screen Doors (PSD).

Req 43 The Fixed Panel (FP) could support LCD screens which may be used to display passenger information, railway rules or advertising (Media Wall)

7.2.7 Platform Edge Doors Controller
Req 44 One Platform Edge Door Controller (PEDC) for each platform shall be located in the station in the low current/voltage room, or inside the LCP

The Platform Edge Door Controller (PEDC) is the heart of the Platform Screen Doors system. Its functions are:

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To interface with ATC system in order to handle the open doors, close doors controls or the operation staff on the platform, and the all doors closed and locked information issued to the ATC system; To control and monitor the operation of all the Bi parting sliding doors To control and monitor the operation of all the Emergency Exit Doors (EED) To control and monitor the operation of all the Platform End Doors (PED) To handle override commands issued by the Local Control Panel (LCP) To handle Platform End Doors(PED) opening commands issued from operation or maintenance staff and to send back messages as to the status of these doors To interface with the SCADA system in order to allow the monitoring of the PSD system status from the OCC To distribute the power supplies needed to operate the Bi parting sliding doors, Emergency Exit Door (EED), and Platform End Doors (PED).

Req 45 The Platform Edge Doors contoller(PEDC) shall monitor the Platform Screen Doors system and process and forward the status of the system and any alarms to the OCC

Req 46 The Platform Edge Doors controller (PEDC) shall be capable of recording and storing the status of doors and alarms for a period of 30 days.

Req 47 Each status and alarm shall be stamped with a date and time via the clock network.

Req 48 The Platform Edge doors controller (PEDC)stored data (status and alarms) shall be accessible remotely from the OCC or locally by the maintenance team.

It shall be possible to bypass the Platform Edge Doors Controller (PEDC) in case of failure; this will be done via a manual bypass key switch. When activated: An audible and visual alarm shall be activated. Platform Edge Doors Controller (PEDC) functions will be deactivated; The “All doors closed signal” will come on and the “Open doors” and “Close doors” signals will be ignored; Operation and maintenance staff shall be able to open or close Platform Screen Doors (PSD) by operating the local control panel via simple “doors open” and “doors close” pushbuttons fitted on the Local Control Panel(LCP)
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Req 49 The Platform Screen Doors Local Control Panel (LCP) shall be located in the head of each platform, near, and in direct view of, the Platform Screen Doors set.

Req 50 The Platform Screen Doors Local Control Panel (LCP) shall provide local control facilities to cater for failures of the Platform Screen Doors system or of the link to the ATC

Req 51 The Local Control Panel (LCP) shall be operated by operational and maintenance staff only.

The Local Control Panel (PSD) shall dispose of the following local controls and indicators: A local control key switch to enable Platform Screen Doors (PSD) control through the Local control panel(LCP) Pushbuttons with light indicators for open doors and close doors controls; A Bi parting sliding doors and Emergency exit doors (EED), Platform End Doors (PED) interlock key switch. An alarm shall inform the OCC that there is a failure on the Platform Screen Doors (PSD). For example: Power failure Insulation default Any failure on the Platform Screen Doors System etc
7.2.9 Platform Screen Doors insulation
Req 52 The entire insulation of the Platform Screen Doors (PSD) shall be done in order to avoid electrical shock to passengers in contact with platform screen doors and Train

Req 53 The Platform Screen Doors (PSD) installation shall be electrically continuous throughout and shall be bonded at one location per platform installation - in order to avoid any electrical shock to a passenger in contact with either the platform screen doors or the train.

7.2.10

Accurate Operation stop Point

Req 54 If the train is inside the tolerance of + / - 250mm of the operation stop point, opening of the Platform Screen Doors system will be allowed.

Req 55 If the train is outside the tolerance of + / - 250mm of the operation stop point, opening of Platform Screen Doors system will not be allowed

7.2.11

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a manual opening and closing of Platform Screen Doors (PSD) controlled by return key switch from the Platform Screen Doors Local Control Panel.doc 28 July 2009 Page 204 / 496 .including rules on how/when train enter or leave the station/platform Track to improve the accessibility for disabled people Rolling stock including rules as to how messages are exchanged Accurate operation stop point assistance to allow train entering or leaving the station OCC alarms etc SCADA The Uninterruptible Power Supply ( UPS) 7. news headlines. Req 58 When the obstacle is removed.12 Platform Screen doors system interfaces The Platform Screen Doors system shall interfaces with: Architects to ensure aesthetic requirements are met Civil work including load testing Signalling system . weather reports etc 7. product advertisements.2.3 Response to Failure Req 56 The detection of an obstacle during the closing procedure shall stop the closing procedure of the door for 2 seconds. The MW should be able to display passenger information. the door shall be closed automatically Req 59 The train shall depart from the station after it has received the all doors closed and locked signal issued by the Door Control Unit (DCU) of each door. It is therefore necessary to react to the failure of the signal by an override procedure. sports.Riyadh The Media Wall (MW) product shall allow for displays on media screens within the glaze elements of the Platform Screen Doors System.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2. the closing procedure will be attempted up to closing. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .. live television. Req 57 If the obstruction remains. the door shall be released (opened) automatically and an alarm shall be transmitted to the OCC. initiated from the local control panel (LCP) Req 60 In the case of failure of ATC. the MW will be controlled by a Platform Media controller.

Emergency Exit Doors (EED). any open doors shall return safely to the close position without staff intervention.Riyadh Req 61 Each door set. shall be equipped with a manual release device that shall release the door locking mechanism from the trackside. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2.doc 28 July 2009 Page 205 / 496 . Platform End Doors (PED). Bi parting sliding doors. Req 62 Under full Platform Screen Doors system failure. thus allowing manual opening of the door.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

Riyadh 8.1s Adjustable between 3 & 3.0. monitoring and operating arrangements are vital to the monorail system Req 64 The platform facing side of the screen and screen doors shall not present any foot or handhold. with minimal maintenance requirements. FEATURE SYSTEME STRUCTURE BPSD Width BPSD Height BPSD Open Time BPSD close time BPSD Kinetic Energy BPSD Closing Force Structural elements Fixed Panels BPSD and Panel Frames Glass OPERATING ENVIRONMENT Design Load Crowd load Impact load Pressure Load Environment Temperature Humidity Acoustic ISOLATION SPECIFICATION Train doors width + Tolerance of accurate operation stopping point: +/250 mm > monorail train doors height Adjustable between 2.2 Life Expectancy and Maintenance PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1 General Req 63 Door control. Req 65 The platform screen doors shall incorporate all appropriate systems to ensure complete safety in use and monitoring of operational reliability. Performance Requirements 8.Vol 2 Part 2.doc 28 July 2009 Page 206 / 496 .1s < 10 J max Adjustable between 120 to 150 N The Bidder shall submit their proposals The Bidder shall submit their proposals The Bidder shall submit their proposals 1500 N / Linear metre (1m Above FFL) 1000N ( 1m Above FFL) +/-400 Pa 1 to 52 ° C Ambient 0-90% relative humidity < 70 .73 dB(A) No possibility of electrical shock to a passenger in contact with platform screen doors and train.0.5s +/ .5 & 3s +/ . 8.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Req 66 The entire Platform Screen Doors (PSD) shall withstand all design loads specified hereinafter and shall be impact resistant and durable.

doc 28 July 2009 Page 207 / 496 . or other system.3 Door Operation Req 73 The Bi parting sliding doors shall be driven electromechanically. shall be less than 0. Req 78 The time taken to open the Bi parting sliding doors fully shall be 2. Req 76 Door designs shall prevent the entrapment of fingers. Req 72 The availability shall be of 99. Req 79 The velocity and the panel mass shall be limited by dynamic safety considerations. Req 68 The system shall have a high level of reliability. reliable operation to be achieved for at least 30 years.Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh Req 67 The design and construction of the platform station doors system shall enable regular.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . hands.5 seconds. Req 70 The design of the equipment shall be such that replacement (renewal) of parts shall not become necessary (under normal wear and tear conditions) for a period of five years from the start of operation Req 71 All components and sub assemblies which may require removal from the PSD System.0 seconds and to close the doors fully shall be 3. Req 74 Door opening and closing shall be controlled by ATC or any local operation staff.000.3 seconds. clothing or straps between the moving and fixed parts of the door during opening and closing.000 operations per door. or are faulty.0 to 3. Req 69 Failures shall be less than 1 in 2. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .99 % 8. and are in need of rectification.5 to 3. shall be accessible entirely from the platform side and shall be capable of being maintained or completely replaced within 3 hours or less during non-operating hours. Req 77 The time taken to start opening/closing of the Bi parting sliding doors after receipt of the doors open/doors closed message from the ATC. because they are worn and in need of replacement. Req 75 Door closing shall be announce d/ signaled by both audio and visual warning signals inside and outside of Train.

Req 86 Both the "isolated" mode and the "manual" mode shall be physically visible/indicated by mechanical closure of the access panel being prevented Req 87 The manual release of Bi parting sliding doors. For powered doors. and placed in a manual mode under the control of operation or maintenance staff. without need for staff intervention. as is provision for monitoring functions "Moving Sliding Doors closed and locked". Req 84 Any Bi parting sliding doors which have been manually released trackside or platform side shall then be subjected to a gentle re-closing force (gentle so that.Vol 2 Part 2. Req 81 In the event of a door fault it shall be possible for the OCC or operation staff to control the doors closing/opening. In this case.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the incident will be solved by OCC to ensure normal operation of the Bi parting sliding doors or to send the train to the following station Req 83 Door status shall be monitored by the individual Door Control Units (DCU). this means it can be placed in automatic mode under normal control. Emergency Exit Doors (EED). Emergency Exit Doors (EED). The train will start under normal conditions when Train doors.. Platform End Doors(PED) are perfectly closed (i. OCC or operation staff on site must follow the situation to avoid any possibility of passenger accident. The platform side manual release shall be a concealed device for operation by maintenance or operation staff only.e. A positive lock monitoring device is a vital function. Bi parting sliding doors and Emergency Exit Doors (EED) have been proven to be locked/closed. Req 82 In the event of a door fault it shall be also possible for the operation staff to isolate the door by switching off the local door control mechanism. Platform End Doors (PED) shall be easily accessible from the platform side by use of a staff key. an “all doors closed and locked” message). In the rare event of a Train stopping outside of the ± 250mm tolerance. a time delay of 30 seconds for re-closing shall be allowed so that passengers can alight from the train with respect to the operation requirements. but in case of failure Trains will be allowed to enter the station even if the Platform Screen Doors System does not give the “all doors closed and locked” signal. Trains shall not be allowed to leave the station without a guaranty that Train Doors. in an emergency.doc 28 July 2009 Page 208 / 496 . The Train will stop within ± 250mm limits in order to enable opening of Bi parting sliding doors. the force can easily be overcome) which shall ensure that the door returns safely to the closed and locked position afterwards. so that the faulty door can be fixed without interference with the normal Train operation. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh Req 80 The Bi parting sliding doors shall have the obstacle detection functionality incorporated in the closing phase Under normal conditions Trains are allowed to enter the station only if all PSD doors are closed and locked. Platform Station Doors (PSD). Req 85 Each Bi parting sliding doors shall be equipped with a local facility which shall enable the door set to be isolated from power operation.

8.doc 28 July 2009 Page 209 / 496 . with an absolute maximum closing force of 150N per leaf for the Bi Parting Sliding Doors(BPSD). the limiting value of door movement kinetic energy for the last 100mm of leaf travel shall be less than 1 Joule/leaf.2 Door Closing Force Req 91 The Platform Screen Doors System shall apply a positive closure force which can be manually overcome in the event of entrapment of people or obstacles.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .4. Emergency Exit Doors (EED). The final value shall be dependent on the bidder design for dynamic safety in accordance with Kinetic Energy railway standards 8.4 Operational Criteria 8.Vol 2 Part 2. kinetic energy. When the PED is opened the light and buzzer will be activated. Req 94 The maximum Bi Parting Sliding Door (BPSD) leaf kinetic energy at any point in the door movement shall not exceed 10 Joules.3 Door Movement Kinetic Energy Req 93 During closing of Bi parting sliding doors. to detail the relationship between the door velocity. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Req 89 Platform End Doors (PED) shall be equipped with electric locks on the platform side.Riyadh Req 88 The staff keys shall be of a common (common across all door types) design and be able to operate the manual release of Bi parting sliding doors. the door position in the operating cycle and synchronization with the train doors Req 96 Particular attention shall be paid to zones of acceleration in terms of dynamic loadings to the door operating equipment and the kinetic energy to be dissipated in the event of a door leaf meeting an obstacle. the bidder shall demonstrate the effectiveness of the opening and closing cycles and shall produce appropriate diagrams. The electric lock shall be released (opened) with an individual push button or magnetic card (after being authorized by the OCC).4. Platform End Doors (PED) and open all doors from platform side. measured after the first third of the closing distance. 8.1 Bi Parting Sliding Doors Open/Close Speed Req 90 The limiting maximum velocity shall be 0. Req 95 Subject to the approval of the client. A warning light and audible buzzing sound shall be provided on the head box of the PED.5m/s for the door leaf (one half of the door) open/close speed. supported by tests results.4. including prototype tests. Req 92 The maximum closing force shall be 120N per leaf.

the 6mm width shall be placed in the direction of door travel and the 40mm length shall be placed in the vertical direction.4.Riyadh 8. ensuring passenger safety. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .doc 28 July 2009 Page 210 / 496 . For the purpose of obstacle detection testing.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2.4 Obstacle Detection Req 97 Bi parting sliding doors shall have an obstacle detection function capable of detecting a steel bar of minimum size of 6mm x 40mm. Req 98 The leading edge of the Bi parting sliding doors shall be designed to prevent the complete door closure and locking on detection of an obstacle.

while also preventing the build-up of dust on both horizontal and vertical surfaces. the bidders shall submit their own solution. shall be carried out to ensure closely fitting. Req 107 No manufacturer's identification marks. Req 102 The framework shall be mortise and adequately reinforced to receive pivots.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Req 100 All joints between sections shall be carefully machined and all necessary work. and all ironmongery items.1.1 Doors. trademarks or prints shall be permitted without client approval. Fixed Screen Work and Glass elements 9.1. The chosen solution must satisfy the visual requirements laid out and meet all other aspects of architectural arrangements including ease of passenger flow and prevention of dust build up. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Req 101 Mullions and transoms shall be formed in such a way that they allow movement of passengers onto and off train without risk of injury. closers. door guides. straight.1 General Description This Section defines the requirements from a visual point of view. locksets. Req 105 The bidders shall provide a method statement showing the method of removing damaged glass and any associated metal framework Req 106 All replacement of glass shall be done from the platform side of the doors. logos. Req 99 In the Technical Submission. Technical Requirements 9. Req 103 Safety signage shall comply with all local Regulations and statutory requirements. including pre-assembly. flush joints in all cases. and describes the nature of the problem to be solved.2 Structural Glass and Glazing Assemblies Req 104 All glass and Panels shall be easily removable for replacement. which they are at liberty to choose.doc 28 July 2009 Page 211 / 496 . without affecting adjacent panels.Riyadh 9.Vol 2 Part 2. 9.

The maximum offset in plane level or section between any 2 adjacent components shall be ± 1. The maximum variation in height from given datum shall be 1:1000 over any length for any component subject to a maximum of ± 1. Req 110 The bidder shall state and show on their installation drawings the dimensions and provisional details intended to accommodate the constructional tolerances of the surrounding elements. easy to clean and hygienic.3 Detailed Design Requirements Req 108 The bidder design shall accommodate any tolerances and differences between actual Site dimensions and dimensions shown on Drawings.doc 28 July 2009 Page 212 / 496 .1. The glass door system shall be easily operable by one person. The maximum variation of flatness and angular twist of any component shall be 1:1000 over any length and measured in any direction subject to a maximum of ± 1. wobble free. to ensure an accurate fit within agreed tolerances. 9.1.Vol 2 Part 2. and/or the work of others.4 Capillarity Req 113 The bidder shall ensure that their design details and construction eliminates water migration. The bidders shall ensure the following tolerances are adhered to: The maximum variation in plan location from given datum of any part of the Works shall be less than 1:1000 over any length subject to a maximum of ± 1.5mm. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Req 111 The bidder shall confirm all dimensions critical to their Works and undertake Site measurements in sufficient time to enable corrective action to be taken to their own Works. Req 109 The Bidder shall ensure that repetitive units are accurately located in relation to grid lines without tolerances accumulating and all joints are perfectly matched in terms of level and alignment within the permissible dimensional tolerances contained herein. Req 112 The glazed door and frame system shall be rigid.5mm.Riyadh 9. The maximum variation on level and vertical shall be 1:1000 over any length for any component subject to a maximum of ± 1.5mm. Furthermore they shall obtain other necessary information required to ensure that all aspects of their design and work relate satisfactorily to the project as a whole.5mm.5mm.

associated support steelwork and metalwork. then it shall be produced from the same batch to ensure identical chemical composition. Req 118 Where stainless steel is to be used in the Works and the final finish is dependent upon the base metal. as follows: Two 300mm sections of all stainless steel flashing and metalwork sections. Platform End Doors(PED).1. Platform End Doors (PED) Header box Section of the Header Box and associated mechanisms. Door seal or brush of bi-parting Sliding Doors(BPSD) or between Bi parting sliding doors and Fixed Panel (FP) and header box Two pieces of Insulation material with specification One Door closure. Req 117 All exposed metalwork steel shall be protected by low tack adhesive film and removed after completion.7 General Requirement on Metalwork Req 116 All totally inaccessible steel shall be adequately protected against corrosion for the design life of the Platform Screen Doors System. Fixed Panel (FP) incorporating the correct glass type. One threshold plate One door indicator light and buzzer All ironmongery items.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 9. T&C etc). 9. Req 119 Visible seals and weather stripping shall be made from materials that are compatible with aluminum and steel. housing access panels. It shall be capable of being renewed without disturbing the glass systems and without removing the frame from the structure.1.1.Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh Req 114 Arrangement must be taken by the bidder to avoid steam build up on the Platform Screen Doors (PSD) during passenger boarding and alighting 9.doc 28 July 2009 Page 213 / 496 . These materials shall not shrink nor warp. to the client for approval. including keyhole sample for open Bi Parting Sliding Doors (BPSD).5 Samples The Contractor shall provide samples before manufacturing. nor adhere to the moving surfaces and shall be resistant to deterioration by weathering. implementation. Emergency Exit Doors (EED). 2 way glazed intersections for Bi parting sliding doors and Emergency Exit Doors (EED). PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .6 Fixings Req 115 The bidder shall be responsible of all interfacing connections of the Platform Screen Doors System (Studies.

Req 120 No welds. The approved finish shall be established on the basis of approved reference samples submitted to the client 9. flake.Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The finish shall be identical in all respects across all similarly finished components. These shall include human effects of scratching and cigarette smoke and burns or any graffiti. The colours shall be fade resistant.doc 28 July 2009 Page 214 / 496 . Req 123 Aluminium shall be sealed in accordance with BS 1615: clause 7 9.taking full account of the extremes of all atmospheric and environmental conditions. and stiffeners shall be visible on the exposed faces (platform side). Req 125 The bidder shall provide a certificate of assurance that all aluminium anodizing has been carried out as specified by B1615. Aluminium anodizing shall comply with the relevant parts of this particular specification with special attention to general requirements for finishes and metalwork in addition to the following: PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . deteriorate or lose its finish or gloss . of uniform gloss and colour and be resilient to all environmental and pollution effects. colour and appearance within the limits of the agreed samples and without irregularities or distortions. screws. All finishes shall be durable. especially the smoothness and evenness of surface finishes and painted surfaces.8 General Requirement on Finishes The design and aesthetic character is of great importance. Req 121 The bidder shall restore the corrosion protection in the event of damage by cutting components or other such like Req 122 Once applied the finish shall not in any way damage.1. All finishes shall be uniform in texture.9 Finishes to Stainless Steel Elements All visible stainless steel shall be satin finish (grade 4) unless otherwise stated. Minor scratches and blemishes shall be repairable by coating with the manufacturer's recommended product and system.Riyadh 9.1.1. Textured finishes are considered inappropriate.10 Aluminium Alloys and Anodizing Req 124 All aluminium alloys shall be selected to ensure that the finished visual appearance of all components is identical. rivets. perfectly matching original finish for colour and gloss. All coatings and paint finishes shall be stable. If these are essential they should be treated so that there is no discontinuity in the finished surface appearance.

Abrasive resistance shall be tested in accordance with BS 6161 Parts 9 and 10. but not limited to. Heat finishes shall be in accordance with BS 1615. Any discoloration of silicone during this time shall not be acceptable.Riyadh There shall be no variation of final surface finish of any panels or components when compared with each other.doc 28 July 2009 Page 215 / 496 . the bidder shall provide information concerning theoretical joint movement related to the anticipated temperatures at which sealants will be installed and cured. The rating shall be a minimum of 9. on Site and during transportation and shall be carefully packaged during the delivery and handling. Upon request. stainless steel finishes.11 Samples of Finishes Req 126 Samples of all finishes including. No damaged materials of any sort shall be fixed either in exposed or concealed position. anodizing aluminum. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . if such variations do occur then the bidder shall replace such panels or components to achieve a uniform final surface finish. and uniformity of finish shall be established on the basis of reference samples. Req 129 The bidder shall confirm the compatibility of sealants used within the Works. Req 130 The bidder shall determine the proper characteristics of sealants. 9. galvanizing to steel. and polyester powder coatings shall be approved by the client prior to commencement of production. considering the joint movement and exposure for the size of joint.12 Silicone and Sealants The bidder shall submit their proposals of the type and colour of the silicone for the client approval.1. The rating shall be a minimum of 8. The minimum size of samples of all finishes shall be of 1m x 1m. Manufacture. 9.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . colour.Vol 2 Part 2.1. Req 128 Silicone shall not change in appearance throughout the design life. paint systems. Corrosion resistance shall be tested in accordance with BS 5466 Part 3 for a period of 8 hours and results shall be evaluated in accordance with BS 3745. Light finishes shall be tested in accordance with BS 6161 Part 7. The bidder shall clearly indicate the following: Number and Type Product Data Method Statement Test Certificates to comply with the Specification requirements Req 127 All finished items shall be carefully handled at Works.

doc 28 July 2009 Page 216 / 496 .4 Threshold Plate and Bottom Guide Req 139 The threshold plate and bottom guide shall be a continuous element for the full length of each platform. Req 132 Sealants and joint fillers shall be compatible with the joint surfaces and to each other. Elements shall be assessed for compliance with the specified requirements and structural integrity to achieve the required performance and safety criteria.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 9. 9.Vol 2 Part 2. as stated in the manufacturer's published data or as certified by the manufacturer for each application. The ball bearings shall be heavy-duty. sealed for life.Riyadh Req 131 Joint sealers shall be non-sag joint sealers and shall be resilient to mildew and fungal attack. bearing and guide tire.1 General Req 134 The structural works shall include all elements required to support the Platform Screen Doors (PSD) installation. interfacing with the structural platform edge and the Platform Screen Doors (PSD) installation.3 Door Guides and Suspension Req 136 The guide wheel(s) shall be a self contained. if used. designed to give a design life of 10 million door cycles. easily replaceable. and shall be readily detachable to ease door removal and replacement. shall be of the closed cell type. and shall be compatible with the silicone used.2 Structural Works 9.2.2 Thermal Movement Req 135 The bidder shall design the Platform Screen Doors System to accommodate all expansion and contraction due to thermal fluctuations. non-gazing. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The assembly shall take into account the electrical isolation. Req 138 The anti-lift guide shall be designed to withstand the maximum forces without deformation or damage to the door running track and trolley assemblies. conductivity performance requirements. Req 137 The door suspension assembly shall be provided with an anti-lift guide system to prevent the removal of the trolley assemblies off the door running track due to misuse of the door or jamming.2. The threshold shall fix to the platform edge with heavy-duty brackets adjustable to cater for construction and deflection tolerances. Req 133 Backing rods.2. The precise maximum movements shall be confirmed by the bidder and approved by the Client 9.2. arrangement of stub axle. 9.

The guide blocks or track shall be manufactured from a low friction.2. Earthing and Isolation PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . PSD technical rooms will be equipped with an electrical distribution board providing 230 V and 400 V. operated from trackside or platform side.e. The guide shall provide the minimum obstruction to the door opening and shall not act as a trip-hazard as passengers embark and disembark from Train across the threshold. or track. The PSD will receive power (230 V AC and 400 V AC three phases) from the Light and Power SubStation of the station.3 Power Supply The power supply is derived from the UPS for the control and door drive mechanisms. Req 144 Platform side manual release mechanisms shall be designed for operation by authorized operation and maintenance staff only. 9. Req 141 The lower edge of the door shall be provided with guide blocks.Riyadh Req 140 The threshold guide shall interface with the lower edge of the door to provide an Approved self-cleaning guide arrangement to prevent a build up of dust/particles. The inserted key shall also act as a "handle" or "grip" for the manual movement of the door.Vol 2 Part 2. 9. requiring the use of a simple key fitting into a concealed hole in the door. He shall also provide the Uninterruptible Power Supply. The location of the door frame hole shall be agreed with the Client and be suitable protected to prevent damage to the door frame finish. push-bar for swing-out doors and slide catch for sliding doors.4 Equipotential Bonding.doc 28 July 2009 Page 217 / 496 . The bidder is responsible for providing any step down transformer and rectifier needed for the PSD. The preferred design of the trackside manual release device shall provide for manual movement of the door as a continuation of the operation of the device i. Operation of the manual release mechanism from trackside or platform side shall require a local manual reset. corrosion resistant and hardwearing material.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . These components shall be readily detachable. 9.5 Locking Arrangement Req 142 The lock assembly shall be internal to the door panels and shall be corrosion resistant. The Bidder shall limit the surge of current drawn during the initialization or starting up of the system to such an extent that the proper operation of the circuit protective devices at the source of the Supplies will not be affected. Req 143 Each door shall be fitted with a manual release device which shall disengage the lock. to interface with the threshold guide. The bidder shall precise his requirement regarding power needs.

9.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . It shall be simple to fix and shall be easily and safely handled by 2 persons. The emergency panels shall also be easily removed to enable the glass panels to be replaced during the non-operation hours.7 Thermal Environmental Criteria Req 150 The bidder shall design.2 Types of Motors Motors shall be capable of providing full load torque Motor. Minimum degree of protection shall be IP55.P. shall be provided.6. standard as the motors they supply.6. Normal electrical protection against under-voltage.Vol 2 Part 2. overload and single phasing. Depending on the location in which it will be installed. The bidder should note that wind would be travelling at specified speed with sand.1 Motors Enclosures Req 148 Motor enclosures shall be of the correct category for the working environment under the most onerous conditions. 9. Req 149 Cable installation and ancillary equipments shall be to an equal I.5 Emergency Panels Req 146 Provision shall be made for each station in the design of the Platform Screen Doors System for emergency panels to be installed quickly to seal off the glass panels in the event of breakage during operation hours. whether such conditions occur with the motor running or not running.doc 28 July 2009 Page 218 / 496 . test and install the Platform Screen Doors System such that no deleterious effects shall result from exposure to the station (platform side and trackside) conditions. Req 147 The emergency panels shall satisfy all design loads specified for the Platform Screen Doors System. 9. earth leakage.Riyadh Req 145 Equipotential bonding. All equipment in sub-surface sections shall be designed to allow for the total average airborne dust concentration obtainable in Saudi Arabia Req 151 The bidder shall prevent condensation formation in a manner which is detrimental to the durability or operability of any part of the Platform Screen Doors installations and detrimental for the passengers visibility PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .6 Motors 9. the equipment shall perform to specification under the wind conditions. earthing and isolation are the main issues to be clearly addressed by the bidder to the Client 9.

The target/acceptance levels for the Moving Sliding Doors shall be as follows: The noise levels at 1m from the platform edge on any platform resulting from operation of the Moving Sliding doors shall not exceed: Target Acceptance 70dB 73dB Req 152 The above shall be achieved when all doors are operating on an empty and finished platform.doc 28 July 2009 Page 219 / 496 .Riyadh 9. The target value shall form the basis of the bidder's calculations for design purposes.2 Vibration All Platform Screen Doors equipment and component installations shall be equipped with vibration isolation mountings/joints such that no significant vibration is transmitted to the Platform Screen Doors framing or the station PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1 Acoustic and Vibration Criteria Door Operation Noise and Vibration The noise levels to be achieved are given below in terms of a "target" value and an "acceptance" value.7. 9. The acceptance value is the maximum noise level that shall be acceptable.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2.7.

fixings.Vol 2 Part 2. The prototype installation shall consist of a length of screen to accommodate fixed screens. Tests of noise reduction shall be undertaken on the prototype by an Approved acoustic specialist.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . All hardwiring and data highway installations interconnected to Local Control Panel. Complete Platform Screen Doors Control Unit 1 set of local interrogation/diagnostic equipment. control. Prototype Req 153 The prototype is to demonstrate that the Bidder design shall provide a safe and operable installation for the design life of the Works in a manner compliant with the performance criteria of the Contract. Complete Local control Panel installed local to the prototype. 1 set of any special tools. The method of measurement and reporting shall be provided by the bidder and Approved by the Client Arrangements for testing shall be agreed one month prior to full demonstration of the prototype. Local indication lamp. The following features shall be included: Complete door drive.Riyadh 10. Doors Control Unit and local monitoring. All door locking. emergency release. safety and alarm. local override facilities. The prototype shall be approved by the Client before the commencement of production. structural elements. The prototype shall also be utilized to model details. a set of Bi parting sliding doors and Emergency Exit Doors (EED). PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .doc 28 July 2009 Page 220 / 496 . glazing. facilities of the Platform Screen Doors System. screen work and metalwork. The prototypes and associated cabling and panels shall be installed in a manner that will allow full demonstration of all operating. monitoring. Platform End doors (PED) and Local Control Panel (LCP).

Power on and miscellaneous alarm/fault indicators shall be provided and installed at a suitable location so that visual inspection can be conducted in a convenient manner. shall be entered on a log book which shall be provided by the bidder and retained in an agreed location.Vol 2 Part 2. Maintenance Requirements 11. The bidder shall carry out periodic testing and examination of safety devices of the equipment. All control and monitoring panels shall have easy and adequate access for maintenance and replacement of internal components. assemblies and components have been designed to facilitate maintainability which shall include as a minimum the following features: All equipment installed in the platform installations shall be maintainable from the platform side. The bidder shall identify how the Platform Screen Doors System. sub-systems. Records of each visit and call-out visit.2 Maintainability The Platform Screen Doors System shall be designed and constructed to maximize the maintainability of the system. All maintenance operations shall require access from one direction only. Req 154 Reports on visits are not required except where necessary to draw attention to defects of a minor nature which could not be rectified during the visit.doc 28 July 2009 Page 221 / 496 . All equipment installed shall have adequate clearance/access for maintenance and future replacement.. 7 days per week basis until the faulty unit is put back in service. together with details of the work done or action taken.1 General All defects shall be remedied either when observed on the weekly service call or on an attendance to a service call. The bidder shall step in on a 24 hours per day. 11. the said amount should be submitted for Approval to the Client.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Req 155 The bidder shall keep an adequate amount of consumable and contingent spares during the maintenance service period to minimize the down time due to repairs.Riyadh 11. Service shall include all work necessary to maintain the entire Platform Screen Door system in working order at all times. The system shall provide means of speedy recovery of component failures and reduce maintenance down time by: PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The bidder shall dispatch competent personnel to rectify faults at any time during the day or night when being called. A planned schedule of such tests shall be submitted to the Client at least two months before the first test is carried out.

The design of electronic circuits and sub-assemblies shall be Line Replaceable Units (LRU). Maximum use shall be made of self-test facilities by means of built-in test equipment or circuits. BPSD. Where possible such modules shall be “plug-in” and tray mounted with simple. sub-systems and equipment shall be designed to maximize system availability during operating hours.Vol 2 Part 2. The Contractor shall submit predicated MTTR for main sub-systems. safety and design requirements.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . accessible securing devices. isolation and/or localization of faults. When use of external test equipment is required. Standard plugs and sockets shall be used throughout with security pin coding to prevent inadvertent use of equipment meant for other units. All component.doc 28 July 2009 Page 222 / 496 . assemblies and components including but not limited to: DCU FIX Panel EED. Prototype Test and Type Test Req 156 Fully assembled prototypical Platform Screen Doors (PSD) installations shall be cyclically tested in operational configuration to demonstrate compliance with the specified failure rate. Layout shall be such that modules/ assemblies/components can be removed by withdrawal straight through access doors or panels.Riyadh provision of identification. Mean Time to Repair The Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) shall be used as an indication of the maintainability of the Platform Screen Doors System. All control and monitoring panels shall be provided with a lamp test button. Electronic Module Power Distributor Software Download 20’ 20’ 30’ 15’ 15’ 10’ Testing Requirements General Testing of the supplied system shall be in accordance with the General Specifications. to minimize the amount of maintenance required and to ensure that any maintenance can be easily and quickly carried out at minimum cost. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . test points shall be designed for ease of access.

local door monitoring and control equipment. Upon completion of this test. door control units and the like). whistling). control panels. During the application of air and crowd pressures the prototype shall be examined to establish actual deflections and be examined to determine if any wind noise. the doors shall be subject to an accelerated life test.e. occurs. Any deviations discovered shall be duly recorded. including the Local Control Panel. both hardware and software. The door components shall be rigorously examined for incipient failure and wear. the door velocity profile shall be monitored and compared with the profile pre-programmed in the DCU. with the exception of the impact/vandal loading. The bidder shall maintain comprehensive records of all tests and examinations undertaken during the trial period and shall submit to the Client copies of the results in the form of a report for approval. This shall be for not less than 1 000 000 complete open/close cycles. Req 160 At an agreed point in the test program. The door control and operating system shall be identical to that employed in the final installation. The bidder shall provide access for visits and statutory authorities as necessary during the trial period.doc 28 July 2009 Page 223 / 496 . including assemblies of components which have no validated data produced specifically for this project (e. (i. If any noise is produced steps shall be taken to eliminate this and the prototype shall be retested. During the test. The Client maintains the right to carry out interim inspections of the prototype testing at any time. The client may request the undertaking of a further life cycle test sequence to validate the design changes undertaken.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . for which no reliable validated performance data exists. the door operational drive. Req 159 Tests for air permeability and wind resistance shall be carried out to ensure that air leakage does not cause obvious drafts and/or whistling under all operating conditions.Riyadh Req 157 The bidder shall be responsible for ensuring and arranging adequate electrical power supplies for the installation and the subsequent testing. guide and running gear components shall be dismantled for inspection.g. All components and sub assemblies indicating such signs shall be subject to review and appropriate steps taken to modify and/or replace the components and assemblies in question. Req 158 The bidder shall carry out deflection tests by applying all combinations of loading to the prototype.Vol 2 Part 2. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The bidder may carry out the following tests on the prototype at the bidder’s own testing facility Weather tightness tests Deflection tests Acoustic tests Electromagnetic compatibility tests Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT) Req 161 The bidder shall identify those components. The results are to be carefully recorded with those of the deflection. commissioning and demonstration of the operation of the prototype installation.

the electrical installation shall be tested for insulation. panel and cabinetry tests.Riyadh Req 162 For each component identified. alarms status and monitoring I/O facilities. Local Control Panel and power conditioning local control panels). joints and terminations shall be subjected to test voltages laid down in the appropriate international Standard. The Client will determine those tests where certification may be acceptable in lieu of witnessed tests.e. Req 163 The bidder shall fully factory assemble and factory test all Platform Screen Doors controls and monitoring panels (i. As a minimum these inspections and tests shall include the following: PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Site Inspection Req 164 The equipment at each location shall be fully statically tested after installation. insulation resistance tests of all cables.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 28 July 2009 Page 224 / 496 . the bidder shall produce a detailed test procedure. All cables. Such tests shall include all cabling. and provide appropriate method statements for their performance. a witness tests may have been requested. earthing and operation in accordance with the current edition of the Regulations for Electrical Installations (IEE Wiring Regulations). functional facilities. After completion of the manufacturer’s own tests and inspection. These inspections and tests shall be subject to approval by the Client Req 165 Before any part of each door installation is energized or operated. Component tests for each component installed in the Platform Screen Doors Header Box shall also be performed. and power conditioning plant tests. continuity tests of all cabling circuits. terminations. The bidder shall propose the inspections and tests to be carried out. Tests shall include earth loop impedance test.Vol 2 Part 2. acceptance criteria and check sheets.

as appropriate. to include loadings and specified operational features.000cycles (a complete open and close movement) over a minimum 100 hour period during which time there shall be at least 8 one hour periods of 25 door cycles/hour. full load current. cladding. brakes and protective devices. Observation of safety precautions in the design and installation to allow safe operation. of all circuits.Vol 2 Part 2.doc 28 July 2009 Page 225 / 496 . doors and screen work inspected to ensure that no parts foul the moving assemblies. including the production of comprehensive records.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . labelling and terminations against installation drawings. PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Motors and/or actuators checked for correct operation. Verification of open/close doors control interface operability Verification of the effectiveness of the running rail bonding and the electrical continuity of the Platform Screen Doors system. Spares Parts. A check of all cable type. limit switches. Special Tools and Test Equipment One shall refer to the General Specifications for other requirements regarding this subject. A wiring check within control panels for loose connections. achieving a failure rate not higher than as specified in the Contract. Failure to achieve this level of reliability shall result in the test being repeated until such time as the level of reliability is achieved. starter overload tripping time and earth resistance. The bidder shall provide such levels of staff as are necessary to monitor and supervise these tests. each door set shall be cycled for a period of not less than two hours. Localized operation of sub-system modules. during which time each door installation shall be tested for proper working order for a minimum of five operations. and point to point wiring check for control circuits using low voltage test equipment. controls.Riyadh All enclosure covers. Operation and sequence tests carried out to establish the correct functioning and adjustment of setting. Each platform installation shall function for a minimum of 5 consecutive days. all sharp edges and burrs are removed and that maintenance access arrangements function as specified. interlocks. When the door installation is ready to be operated. Facilities shall be provided within the Platform Screen Doors System such that the System can be tested independently without relying on the function of other systems. Commissioning Test Particular Requirement Req 166 The tests shall consist of a continuous cyclic operation of each platform set of doors at random cycle periods for not less than 1. Verification of all central plant functionality and safety features operability. Verification of all local panel functionality.

Workshop Test Equipment The workshop test equipment shall verify the satisfactory operation of all sub-system components with a level of accuracy and completeness commensurate with criteria used during manufacturing acceptance tests. Portable test equipment shall not require any mechanical or electrical disconnection to or within the sub-system under tests. troubleshooting. . END OF THE DOCUMENT PLATFORM SCREEN DOORS SPECIFICATIONS (3250) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The functions and operation of workshop test equipment shall facilitate the testing. .doc 28 July 2009 Page 226 / 496 .Riyadh General Req 167 Spare parts shall be strictly interchangeable. and repair of sub-system components. Portable Test Equipment Req 170 Portable test equipment shall be provided so that the combination of system diagnostics and portable units shall allow rapid verification of satisfactory operation of a sub-system.Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and it shall have its own built-in test functions. The equipment shall be completed with all associated software. be suitable for use in place of the original parts fitted and comply with this Particular Specification and the tests specified therein. These tools shall be supplied in a suitable hard wood or steel tool box. Special Diagnostic and Test Equipment Req 169 Diagnostic and Test Equipment shall be provided for all central control and monitoring systems. Req 171 One set of equipment shall be provided by the bidder. assist in troubleshooting and isolating sub-system failures. Req 168 The bidder shall provide sufficient commissioning spares to ensure the successful completion of the testing and commissioning activities. Any other components required for the successful completion of testing and commissioning shall be provided by the bidder Test Equipment . Special Tools Req 172 The bidder shall supply one complete set of any special tools for each station that are necessary for routine maintenance to be carried out. This shall include handheld or laptop terminal devices for interrogation of the monitoring system.

.Riyadh Revision Date Subject of issue / Revision Author A0 A1 18/06/2009 28/07/2009 First issue Revision according to Hill Intl comment C.PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Title: INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS SYSTRA PHB PE SYS ICS 3260 T A1 Document number: KAFD Project Transmitter Phase Type Discipline Subject Doc. Carvalho / O. Number Family Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . C.TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 2 . Bouhier 28 Jul 2009 Date: 28 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 . Carvalho Checked by L. Fontaine 28 Jul 2009 Approved by O.B. Revision: A1 Prepared by Name Date 28 Jul 2009 Signature C.C.

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STANDARDS AND CODES..1.......................................................238 Interface with the signalling and ATC systems ..................4 Human Machine Interface Layer .................................................................................. 246 5.................................242 ICS equipment situated in a station ..............................................................1....................... 245 5....................................2 External interfaces ...............1..............................................................................................1 Goal of the project ................3 3........................................... 236 3...............3 3.....................................1 Emergency power off .................................2 Supervision and Control of the Power Supply System ............................................................................... 250 INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ...... 237 3............1.............................................................................1 3............................................................................................................................................ 247 5.....................................................................................................................................6 Traffic Regulation ............................................................................................................................3... 232 1................................................................................................ 245 5............ 233 1..................................................................................................................................248 5...3...................................................................1 Support Functions...........................1 3................1 3........................................................................... 242 ICS equipment situated in the OCC ......................................................................................3 Train Tracking .....................................2..........................1 ATS FUNCTIONS ................3..........4...........3 OPERATION MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS ................. 5....................................4...................1 Context diagram .....4 Timetables Management ................................2 PURPOSE OF THE DOCUMENT .............................1...............................................2...................... 233 2.............................248 5....2 Hardware Architecture ....3..2 SCADA FUNCTIONS ................ 240 3.............doc 28 July 2009 Page 228 / 496 ................................................3 ENVIRONMENT .......................................3 Building Management Supervision (BMS)..................................................................2 3.................................1 General release .............................................................1 FUNCTIONALITY ......................................239 3.......................................................................... 249 5..............................................................1................................................................. 245 5.................................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ...................4 Interface with the communications system....................... 234 OVERVIEW OF THE INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM.................... GLOSSARY .............................5 Route Setting ..................................................................1 Line and depot Supervision.........................................4.....................................................2................................................................................................ INTRODUCTION ...4........... 236 3............1.................4......... 236 3.......... 245 5.... 246 5................1............................................................2........................................................................Vol 2 Part 2...............................................................................2 3...............................241 3...............2................2.....................4 ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES ..........2 3....1..............1 Software Architecture ...................................... 244 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS..................................238 Interface with the power supply system .................................................................................................1............2 OPERATION LEVELS........241 External Interface Application Layer .............4..................................................................................................................................241 Application Layer.................... 246 5............. 240 3........................................2.........................................................................2................................................4........ 231 1.........248 5.................................3......................................................................... 247 5.................................................................. 231 1...............................................................2.......................................................................................... 237 3.4.............2.......... 231 1.......................................2 Emergency Cut-Off (ECO) .............................................2 Key characteristics (for draft information only) ...................................................................................2 Train Supervision..........................................................242 4........................................................ 237 3....................................241 Middleware Layer .3 REFERENCE DOCUMENTATION .........1...........................2...........................1...................................... 247 5...................................................................2............................................... 3...................1..........3..237 Interface with the ancillary systems ....1................................................................................................................1 BRIEF OUTLINE OF THE KAFD MONORAIL SYSTEM ..........................................2...........................................................................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.......................

............................................... 251 6............................ 256 6..2 6................................................................... 276 8......................................................................3 Dialogue boxes..........1 Purpose ................................ 257 6............................................................................ 257 7...............1.4 Spare parts................. 255 6...............................4 Spare parts.3.........................251 Key characteristics ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................1 SPECIFICATIONS OF THE COMPUTING HARDWARE .......KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .........................1.......2......2..........................................2..................2................................. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA .......................................................... 275 8...........................................................................2..............................2...................................3...............................3 LAYOUT OF THE OPERATIONS CONTROL CENTRE ....................................264 7.........................................................................3......................2............................................................................................2............................3...........................................1.......2........................ 260 7...........................2.................. 275 8................................Riyadh 6....................1 6................................................268 7.............2............2 Printers ....................2.....................................................................................................................................................................................................5 Operations Control Room....2 Operator desks ........ TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS ......................... 260 7.................1 ERGONOMIC STUDIES .......267 Configuration of the station desk.....1 OCC arrangements .......1 Zone “Session” ......................................3 SPECIFICATIONS OF THE REMOTE TERMINAL UNIT (RTU) .................................................................................................254 Key characteristics ..4 Zone “Picture” .........................................5 Zone “Informative Messages”............................ 251 6.....................2............................................................................. 254 Purpose................................................................... 269 7..264 7.....................3.....................................................2..................1.. 254 6........273 Training Room .........................................1 6.............2 Purpose........................................................................... 276 8................................................................. 275 8..................262 7............................................3............2 VCP image ..................1..........1............................ 258 7................................... 260 7.............................................................1......................274 8.....................................................................................................................................3....................................................2 Requirements of the main OCC rooms.............. 257 6............2 MAN MACHINE INTERFACE ......................261 7.....2.......................1.......................................................2 Zone “List of Latest Alarms” ........2................................................... 270 7......2.....................................................................................................................................1..........................................1 7.............................................. 269 7...........................................................................................................................................................................................................3.................. 276 INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ...................................................................2...............264 7. ERGONOMIC CONSTRAINTS..............................................................263 7..........260 7...............2 SPECIFICATIONS OF THE VISUAL CONTROL PANEL (VCP)............................253 Key characteristics ................................................................................3 Key characteristics................................................................253 6........... 258 7..................................265 7.................................................................................................................1.......2.........................................................................................2 Description of the Graphical User Interface (GUI).........................................................................................................................3.......................................................1..................4 Users access control ................................................................................2...................1.....2.............2 VCP architecture ......2............................1.........3 6...1.....................................................271 Off-line Data Processing Room...................................................................................................1....................................................................3............................... 255 6............................ 251 6......................................................... 253 Purpose.........................................................................................1 Purpose ............1...........................2 System Capacity ..................................................3 7......1.......5 Uninterrupted Power Supply .....................1.................................................................................................................................1 Workstation display.......1.......270 Emergency & Meeting Room...................254 6....3 7............4 7..........................3....2...................1 Response Times.....................3 Zone “Navigation Menu” ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3.......................2 7..................................................................................................................6 Expandability ...2 Key characteristics............................1.................................... 256 6..........................................................................3 Spare parts........1............272 Technical Rooms..................... 275 8.............................................................................2...............................2 Workstations ...................................3....1 OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCES .................................Vol 2 Part 2..........................................2............1.................................................................................................................................3................. 257 6.............................2................ 266 Configuration of the OCC desks .....................................2................252 6.........................................................4 Transmission errors ........................1 Central and Local Servers ........................2.................................... 275 8........................doc 28 July 2009 Page 229 / 496 ....................................................................................1 6................................................................................................ 255 6......................2.....2.....................2...............3 Chronological analysis ................2...1 Principles ..........1 7............263 7...........................................................................2...................1...2........................

...................................................................... 240 Figure 9 : ICS Hardware Architecture ................2..... 262 Figure 14 : MMI – Zone “List of Latest Alarms”.... 277 8...............................................................................................................................1 Definitions.5 Safety......................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ...............2 Reliability.................................................................. 263 Figure 15 : MMI – Zone “Informative Messages” .............................. 278 8...................................................2 RAMS (RELIABILITY................................................... 243 Figure 10 : VCP modular architecture ...............................................................................................................................2.................4 Maintainability.................................... 278 8.................................................Vol 2 Part 2......................................................................................................Riyadh 8......................................................................................................................2.............................................. AVAILABILITY...................Station Desk Configuration ...doc 28 July 2009 Page 230 / 496 .................... 267 Figure 17 : MMI ....................................................................................................................................... 255 Figure 11 : Flow chart of the Ergonomic Studies ................................................................................... MAINTAINABILITY AND SAFETY) ............... 278 8................................ 237 Figure 8 : ICS Conceptual Software Architecture Model ....................................................................................... 264 Figure 16 : MMI ....... 259 Figure 12 : MMI .......................................2...................................................................OCC Desks Configuration ......................... 261 Figure 13 : MMI – Zone “Session”................................... 277 8.......2............... 279 LIST OF FIGURES Figure 7 : ICS Context Diagram ..................................................................Structure of the main graphical window .. 268 INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ...............................................................................................................3 Availability.........................................

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Introduction 1. in agreement with the image of the KAFD Development. using the KAFD Monorail System. Station Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 5 Station 6 Attractor / Building Convention and Exhibition Centre (Bus Interchange) Energy and resources centre (Metro Interchange) Financial Academy Conference Centre Heritage Museum Civic Centre INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1 Brief outline of the KAFD Monorail System 1. with air conditioned trains and stations.Vol 2 Part 2. hotel complexes and street network. One major characteristic and challenge of this project is the integration of the stations inside buildings. totally elevated with a satisfactorily level of integration into the whole KAFD development.doc 28 July 2009 Page 231 / 496 .1 Goal of the project The objective of this project is to provide public transport services to passengers travelling within the area of King Abdullah Financial District.Riyadh 1.1.modern urban transit system. Such system will comprise a one track line in circular configuration. The Monorail System shall be a state of the art ultra. buildings.

Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Fire protection and detection Plumbing and drainage Power distribution and Lightning Radio track-train for main line and depot yard Telephone: operative and administrative Multi-Services Network (MSN) Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) Public Address (PA) and Passengers Information System (PIS) Access control system Full Automatic train protection and operation Interlocking Traffic Management System (TMS) Building Management System Power supervision and control system Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) Type: monorail.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 1.Riyadh Rayadah Investment Company (RIC) Type: monorail Capacity: approximately 3000 passengers per hour per direction (pphpd) 4 km in length Elevated single track in loop configuration Made of concrete 6 elevated stations located in attractive areas which can be inside buildings 2 interchange stations with buses and future Light Railway Trains (LRT) 1 depot area 1 Operations Control Centre (OCC) situated in the depot area Direct Current (DC) traction power: 1500 V or 750 V depending on the monorail manufacturer Lightning and Grounding Number of substations to be defined according to future power simulations Lifts and elevators Heating. Operation: driverless with or without attendant E&M Communications Supervision and control Rolling Stock INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2.doc 28 July 2009 Page 232 / 496 . transporting at least 240 passengers at 4 p/m2. straddle beam Trains Quantity: 4 running on the main track and 2 parked at the depot yard Configuration: 3 coaches per train.2 Key characteristics (for draft information only) Attribute Country Client Public transport system Track Stations Depot area Operations Control Centre Electrical power supply Description Saudi Arabia .1.

this specification exposes the Contractor to the design of the Integrated Control System by: Explaining its functionality and operation. Thus. although the specific technical documents attached herein may seem at times rather restrictive. safety and aesthetics.2 Purpose of the document The current document specifies particularly the design requirements which shall be fulfilled by the Integrated Control System (ICS) in charge of the supervision and control of the whole KAFD monorail system. [DR1] [DR2] [DR3] [DR4] [DR5] [DR6] [DR7] [DR8] [DR9] [DR10] Identification KAFD-SYSTRA-PHA-TD-O&M-OPE-2003 KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-COM-3270-T KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-SIG-3290-T KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-AFC-3280-T KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-PWR-3210-T KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-E&M-ALL-3220-T KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-RLS-3230-T KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-DEP-3240-T KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-E&M-PSD-3250-T Title Preliminary operation plan of the monorail system General technical specifications (various documents) Functional and technical specification of the communications system Functional and technical specification of the signalling and AVC systems Functional and technical specification of the automatic fare collection system Functional and technical specification of the power supply system Functional and technical specification of the electrical & mechanical systems Functional and technical specification of the rolling stock Functional and technical specification of the depot Functional and technical specification of the platform screen doors The Employer and its Consultant have deployed their utmost efforts to produce a flexible tender documentation. 1.3 Reference documentation Ref. characteristics or solutions to be conformed to by the Contractor. While certain clauses prescribe specific values. The Employer will favourably consider alternatives that strictly match the intended functional requirements without compromising essential factors such as reliability. the contractor shall also comply with the general technical specifications. Defining its environment. Declaring the performance criteria.doc 28 July 2009 Page 233 / 496 .Riyadh 1. it is understood that these specific requirements represent the current state-of-the-art adopted by the industry and should be read as a reference. Setting forth its architectural features.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . availability. Defining the ergonomic constraints that shall be applied to the Man Machine Interface (MMI) and the OCC layout. Stating the functional and technical requirements which are to be complied with. It is stressed that the intended procurement process shall be driven mostly by functional and performance requirements. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Listing the standards and codes to be respected.Vol 2 Part 2. he is invited to raise his concerns to the Employer and offer alternative solutions. Should the Contractor feel disadvantaged because of a harsh or unnecessary requirement. In addition. maintainability.

…) Electrical and Mechanical systems (Lifts.Vol 2 Part 2. …) Central Processing Unit Direct electric Current Emergency Cut Off Environmental Control System (Heating.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . …) Departure On Order Drainage and Plumbing system Fire Protection System Human Machine Interface Heating. Glossary Abbreviation AC ACS AFC AOR API ARB ATC / AVC ATO / AVO ATP / AVP ATS BLS BMS CBTC CC CCO CCTV COM CPU DC ECO ECS E&M DOO D&P FPS HMI HVAC HVS GUI ICS IXL KAFD LAN LPS LRT LRU MMI MSN MTBF MTTR MVS NRB OCC OCR PA PIS PLC Meaning Alternating electric Current Access Control System Automatic Fare Collection Area of Responsibility Application Programming Interface Always Reporting Block (faulty track-circuit) Automatic Train Control / Automatic Vehicle Control Automatic Train Operation / Automatic Vehicle Operation Automatic Train Protection / Automatic Vehicle Protection Automatic Train Supervision Blue Light Station (Emergency Trip Station) Building Management System Communication Based Train Control Car-borne Controller of the automatic train control system Control Centre Operator Closed-Circuit Television Communications system (Multi-services network.. Lighting. Escalators. Radio. Public address. Air conditioning. Ventilation and Air Conditioning High Voltage Substation Graphical User Interface Integrated Control System Interlocking King Abdullah Financial District Local Area Network Light and Power Substation Light Railway Train (metro) Line Replacement Unit Man Machine Interface Multi-Services Network MeanTime Between Failures MeanTime To Repair Medium Voltage Substation Never Reporting Block (faulty track-circuit) Operations Control Centre Operations Control Room Public Address system Passengers Information System Programmable Logic Controller INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Telephone.doc 28 July 2009 Page 234 / 496 .Riyadh 2.

Vol 2 Part 2. Light and power substation.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Availability.doc 28 July 2009 Page 235 / 496 . Traction power) Reliability. Maintainability and Safety Riyadh Investment Company Rectifier Substation Remote Terminal Unit Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Signalling system Safety Integrated Level Traffic Management System Traction Power Substation Temporary Speed Restriction Tickets Office Machine Tickets Vending Machine Uninterruptible Power Supply Visual Control Panel Zone Controller of the automatic train control system INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh Abbreviation PSD PTI Q&A PWR RAMS RIC RSS RTU SCADA SIG SIL TMS TPS TSR TOM TVM UPS VCP ZC Meaning Platform Screen Doors Positive Train Identification Questions & Answers Power supply system (High voltage substation.

3. It ensures operators only receive their allocated functions according to their identification (name and password) and the location of their workstation.2 Operation Levels The ICS shall be designed with sufficient capacity to operate the monorail system in normal. Moreover. The ICS shall offer various operational and functional benefits as follows: Integrated Human Machine Interface (HMI) providing a common workstation and common graphical user interface with the same ‘look and feel’ for all system functions thus significantly simplifying the operator’s work environment. − Electrical and Mechanical (E&M) equipment such as lifts.1 Functionality The ICS forms the basis of integrated means for the control and monitoring of the whole KAFD Transit System. the ICS shall be built-in with accurate redundancy. integrity and security of the monorail system. Hence. It insures an instantaneous overall view of all events and alarms happening within the monorail system. station and depot locations. Central level: From the OCC. or fault tolerant equipment. the authorized operators shall be able to control and monitor the power supply system.Riyadh 3. such functionality shall still be available. an authorized operator shall be able to control and monitor all the ancillary systems and equipment belonging to the station’s area. including both main line and depot facilities.: identification and position of the trains on the track).e. Global view of the operation shared between all users by means of a Visual Control Panel (VCP) situated at the OCC. Less staff is required to operate the railway because all functionality can be provided on fewer common workstations at the OCC. Two levels of operation shall be distinguished: Station level: From a station office. Monitor and control the general electrical and traction power supply of the railway. 7 days a week. ventilation and air conditioning. Thanks to the ICS. lighting and Platform Screen Doors (PSD). escalators.doc 28 July 2009 Page 236 / 496 . the ICS workstation located in station shall also display an overall view of the monorail traffic (i. Check and operate the following ancillary systems and equipment: − Environment Control System (ECS) which provides heating.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . degraded and emergency situations. Consolidated alarm and event management for all monitored systems. − Fire Protection System (FPS).: multi-services network failure). Immediate and judicious decision making by OCC staff. Implementation of a single log-on and area of responsibility module which improves operational efficiency. − Drainage and Plumbing system (D&P).Vol 2 Part 2. Overview of the Integrated Control System 3. Alarms shall be filtered and directed to the appropriate operators. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . a small team of skilful operators located at the heart of the Operations Control Centre (OCC) will be allowed to: Manage safely the traffic along the railway line and inside the depot yard according to the current timetable. the ancillary systems and manage the traffic throughout the railway network. Followed by rapid execution of actions through direct remote control of the monorail system’s major equipment. Even in case of communication loss with the OCC (ex. providing a high availability for daily operations of the monorail system and its monitoring 24 hours a day.

The updated traffic schedule (arrival and departure time) shall be transmitted from the ICS to the passenger information system. shall be accurately synchronized by the clock sub-system.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . CCTV and access control system. depot and other buildings.2 External interfaces 3. passenger information system.3. In this way.2. of the HMI managing the communication sub-systems. The alarms and faulty behaviours of the communication sub-systems shall be reported to the ICS for maintenance management.Vol 2 Part 2. The multi-services network shall provide a reliable and safe channel of communication between the OCC and remote locations such as stations.). Communications System (COM) Radio Clock CCTV Multi-Services Network Public Address Passenger Infor mation Power Supply System (PWR) High Voltage Substation Rectifier Substation Traction Power Substation E mergency Cut Off Light and Power Substation Uninterruptible Power Supply Telephone Access Control Integrated Control System (ICS) − Supervisor − Traffic operator − Energy operator − Facilities operator − Maintenance operator − Station Master Ancillary Systems (AUX) Fire Protection Drainage and Plumbing Lighting Environment Control Automatic Fare Collection Signalling and Automatic Train Control Systems (SIG & AVC) Interlocking Automatic Train Protection Automatic Train Operation Electrical & Mechanic Platform Screen Doors Figure 7 : ICS Context Diagram 3. an operator might control and monitor the public address system.doc 28 July 2009 Page 237 / 496 . The flexible architecture of the ICS shall allow the seamless integration.3 Environment 3.3. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1 Interface with the communications system All active equipment (Data servers.3. inside its own structure. Workstations.Riyadh 3. from an ICS workstation. which compose the ICS. the ICS shall communicate with the underlying railway functional control systems as shown in Figure 7. Remote terminal units … etc.1 Context diagram In order to reach its goals.

control panel with plungers) inside the operation room at the OCC to insure the emergency stop of all trains. power traction loss. Skip station. − Information (e.2.doc 28 July 2009 Page 238 / 496 . The constructor in charge of the communications system shall provide and deploy the necessary LANs. escalators. platform screen doors and automatic fare collection system.3 Interface with the signalling and ATC systems − Fixed Block: where train location is based on track-circuit status delivered by the interlocking system and optional. An underlying fixed block system may provide track-circuit status. signal. 3. − Controls and mode settings sent to the equipment such as: route. all alarms and faulty behaviours of the ancillary systems shall be reported to the ICS for maintenance management. 3. and passenger alarm. lighting. route. VCP and remote terminal units. In addition. drainage and plumbing system. Train hold / release.Vol 2 Part 2. which allows additional information on train location for train tracking backup in case of radio communication link failure. alarms … etc.g. Moreover.3. The following ATC information and controls shall be transmitted through this interface: − Train position.. alarms and status of track side equipment. Positive Train Identification (PTI) data delivered by the ATC system. − Moving Block: where continuous transmission of train location and identification is received via bi-directional radio communication.. environment control system. − Temporary speed restriction. Thus. interlocking … etc. thanks to the RTUs and multi-services network: − Controls issued from the ICS reach the field equipment. Hence. such as: INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The ICS shall support different types of signalling system. interlocking .2 Interface with the ancillary systems Most equipment of the ancillary systems shall be physically connected to the ICS’s Remote Terminal Units (RTUs) deployed inside the technical rooms of the monorail’s buildings. track switch.Riyadh At the OCC and inside each station or building.2. Train identification.: status. The following signalling data shall be passed through this interface: − Status. faulty radio. printers. the following rolling stock’s alarms shall be reported to the ICS: fire detection. workstations. a dual redundant Local Area Network (LAN) must interconnect the ICS’s equipment such as data servers. from an ICS workstation located in station or at the OCC. etc. Speed setting. lifts.) from the field equipment is transmitted to the ICS. The RTUs can be spread over large distances and shall be linked to the ICS’s central components by the multi-services network. emergency braking. All Interlocking (IXL) and ATC Zone Controllers (ZC) shall be connected to the ICS central components by the multi-services network or a dedicated network provided by the signalling system. alarms and operating modes received from the equipment such as: track-circuit.3. an operator can control and monitor the fire protection system. The supplier in charge of the ATC system shall provide and install all necessary facilities (wiring.

Vol 2 Part 2.doc 28 July 2009 Page 239 / 496 . Light and Power Substations (LPS). UPS … etc. thanks to the RTUs and multi-services network: − Controls issued from the ICS reach the power equipment. control panel with plungers) inside the operation room at the OCC to insure the emergency shut off of all electrical traction sections. The constructors in charge of the power systems shall provide all necessary facilities (panels. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .2. Also. The RTUs can be spread over large distances and shall be linked to the ICS’s central components by the multi-services network. Thus.4 Interface with the power supply system The Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) operating the power supply equipment shall be physically connected to the ICS’s Remote Terminal Units deployed inside the technical rooms of the monorail’s buildings.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . from an ICS workstation located at the OCC. Hence. Traction Power Substations (TPS). he can supervise the Emergency Trip Stations (BLS) / Emergency Cut Off (ECO) system and the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) system. − Information from the power equipment is transmitted to the ICS. an operator can control and monitor the High/Medium Voltage Substation (HVS/MVS). The supplier in charge of the ECO system shall provide and install all necessary facilities (wiring.) to insure the electricity supply to all ICS equipment.3. wiring.Riyadh 3.

It shall possess the following conceptual layers as shown in Figure 8: − Human machine interface layer. they are designed to take into account performance issues such as data redundancy.Riyadh 3.1 Software Architecture The ICS software architecture shall be scalable to allow dimensioning from a small one-workstation system to a multi-workstations and multi-servers distributed control system. − External interface layer Figure 8 : ICS Conceptual Software Architecture Model INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . fault-tolerance. It interfaces with a wide variety of data communications mechanisms including slow.doc 28 July 2009 Page 240 / 496 . Also. − Application layer.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2. alarm and event monitoring. historical data logging & archive. integration and the ability to run a wide-variety of applications. Common infrastructure: It includes extensive built-in common infrastructure as standard functionality such as data acquisition.4 Architectural features The ICS shall rely on an overall architecture having the following design attributes suitable for the railway real-time environment: Computer based design: It provides a software and hardware platform for all possible types of connectivity. Flexible architecture: It supports implementation of additional applications that are not constraint by the system data model. architectures based on a distributed database model can provide improved reliability and expandability. − Middleware layer. Furthermore. and system loading conditions.4. real-time database. reporting and user access control. failover times and avalanche / peak conditions. Communication connectivity: It has excellent communications interconnectivity and redundancy. Operator interface: It has very flexible graphical user interfaces that may be configured in a variety of ways. Scalability: Its platform is scalable to meet the performance requirements such as input-todisplay responses times. unreliable mediums to the latest TCP/IP based network solutions and also operate predictably when field communications have failed. 3.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 28 July 2009 Page 241 / 496 .1.4. important parts of the middleware layer are its APIs. The application layer shall comprise: 3.Vol 2 Part 2.1. traction power control. The display configuration should be carried out by resources other than software engineers. An API is a special software-to-software interface that allows specific software functions to communicate with each other. Often the interfaces are serial communications based.4 External Interface Application Layer The external interface layer shall provide connectivity to external systems including communication with signalling interlocking equipment. − Ease of configuration for all display types without requiring detailed software coding. Highly desirable features of the middleware layer shall include: − Transparency of application location across the network providing seamless interaction with another application or service. − Independence from the applications so user interfaces can be developed quickly and concurrently with the applications. ATC system. equipment & plant control. In fact. Remote Terminal Units. 3. − Extreme reliability.1. Highly desirable features of the HMI layer shall include: 3.4. user logon and access management. The communications interface may require protocol conversion from one protocol format to another.2 Application Layer − Common services suite: Including the real-time database. alarm and event processing. − Seamless integration of displays from different systems so as to appear as one single system to users. either as direct serial links. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . or extended serial communication over a communication bearer.Riyadh 3.1. Programmable Logic Controllers. Functions such as historical logging.1 Human Machine Interface Layer − Provision of displays in the required user format (such as track layout diagrams for train control displays. − Sufficiently scalable to allow expansion without losing function and performance. serial over TCP/IP.4. − Independence from network services. − Specific control systems applications: Such as train control.4. archiving and reports may be part of the common services suite or provided by external applications.3 Middleware Layer Middleware is “connectivity software” that consists of a set of enabling services that allow multiple processes running on one or more machines to interact across a network. This layer is essential for applications to communicate with each other across the underlying platforms. Another form of interface is an Application Programming Interfaces (API). electrical line diagrams for power displays). environmental control and others functionalities as appropriate. and overall system health and supervision monitoring functions.

At the OCC and inside each station or building. Power Supply Operator and Facilities Operator.Vol 2 Part 2. A multi-services network provides a reliable and safe channel of communication between the OCC and any remote location such as stations. 3.2 ICS equipment situated in a station − One workstation with 3 flat screens dedicated to the Station Master. Traffic Operator. VCP and remote terminal units. − One colour laser printer. A station’s technical room shall at least include the following ICS items: − One local real-time server which has to be sheltered inside an industrial cabinet. a dual redundant local area network interconnects the ICS’s equipment such as data servers.2. − Remote terminal units which shall be sheltered inside an industrial cabinet. − Remote terminal units which shall be sheltered inside an industrial cabinet. depot.2 Hardware Architecture The Figure 9 depicts the configuration. printers.4. − One visual control panel with its dual redundant controller. 3. workstations.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2. The OCC’s operations room shall at least include the following items: A station’s operations room shall at least include the following items: INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . − One colour laser printer. The constructor in charge of the communications system shall provide and deploy the necessary LANs and Multi-Services Network.Riyadh 3. − One workstation with 2 flat screens dedicated to the Maintenance Operator. The OCC’s training room shall at least include the following items: − Two workstations with 2 flat screens dedicated to the learning of monorail’s operation and maintenance. The OCC’s technical room shall at least include the following items: − One central real-time dual redundant server and one archiving server which have to be sheltered inside industrial cabinets. location and links of the major components that make up the Integrated Control System.doc 28 July 2009 Page 242 / 496 . − One colour laser printer.4.4.1 ICS equipment situated in the OCC − Workstations with 3 flat screens dedicated to the Supervisor.

S I G .S e r v ic e s N e t w o r k ( M S N ) L o c a l R e a l . A T C … ) Figure 9 : ICS Hardware Architecture INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .doc 28 July 2009 Page 243 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .ti m e S e r v e r S ta ti o n C o lo u r L a se r P r in t e r S t a t i o n O f fi c e r RTU T e ch n i ca l R o o m L o c a l O p e r a t io n s R o o m C o m m u n i c a t i o n L i n k s t o r e m o t e E q u ip m e n t s ( E & M . E C S .Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh V is u a l C o n tr o l P a n e l ( V C P ) V C P C o n t r oll e r s S u p e r vis or T r a f f i c O p e r a to r P ow e r O p e r a tor F a c i l i t i e s O p e r a to r C o lo u r L a se r P r in t e r O p e r a ti o n s C o n tr o l R o o m O p e r a ti o n s C o n t ro l C e n tr e C e n t r a l R e a l -t i m e R e d u n d a n t S e r v e r A r c h iv in g S e r v e r C o lo u r L a se r P r in t e r T r a in in g R o o m RTU M a i n te n a n c e O pera to r T e ch n i ca l R o o m M SN N o de M u lt i .

Part 6-2: Generic Standards. Quality management and quality assurance standards. Signalling and Processing Systems – Software for Railway Control and Protection Systems. IEC. Ergonomic design of Control Centres – Positioning and dimensioning of workplaces. Railway Applications – Safety related Electronic System for Signalling. Ergonomic design of Control Centres – Principals of Control suite settling. EN and ISO references. Availability. supply. Maintainability and Safety (RAMS). Railway Applications – Communication. Reference EN 50126 EN 50128 EN 50129 EN 60721 EN 61000 -6-2 EN 61000 -6-4 IEC 60870 -5-1 IEC 61000 -4-5 UNI EN ISO 11064-1 UNI EN ISO 11064-2 UNI EN ISO 11064-3 UNI EN ISO 11064-4 UNI EN ISO 7250-1 EN ISO 9000-3 ISO 10007 Title Railway Applications – The Specifications and Demonstration of Reliability.doc 28 July 2009 Page 244 / 496 . Ergonomic design of Control Centres – Control Room layout. Standards and codes The Integrated Control System shall be designed and built according to appropriate industry standards and in compliance with IEEE. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Classification of Environmental Conditions. Quality management – Guidelines for configuration management. Immunity for Industrial Environments.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Section 5: Surge Immunity Test.Vol 2 Part 2. Electromagnetic Compatibility.Riyadh 4.Part 3: Guidelines for the application of ISO 9001 to the development. installation and maintenance of computer software. Ergonomic design of Control Centres – Principals of Control Centre Design. Part 5: Transmission Protocols. Section 1: Transmission Frame Formats. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) – Part 4: Testing and Measurement Techniques. Tele control Equipment and Systems. Human’s body’s measuring for technological design. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-4: Generic standards: Immunity for Industrial Environments.

workshop area and stabling yard. track-switches.doc 28 July 2009 Page 245 / 496 . Report failures or alarms such as: − Unknown or incoherent position of a track-switch. such as trackcircuits. Continuously check the consistency between train location and train identification. − Transmission failure between the ICS and the signalling system or ATC system. − Faulty track-circuit: Always Reporting Block (ARB) and Never Reporting Block (NRB). All traffic information shall be made available on Graphical User Interface (GUI) like workstations and VCP. Emergency braking.3 Train Tracking The ICS shall systematically track each train along the main line and depot area. Operation Management. 5. Thus.1. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 5. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA). may be classified into three categories: Automatic Train Supervision (ATS). it shall detect and report all events and alarms concerned with the rolling stock’s operation and maintenance.1. performed by the ICS. 5. It shall monitor all systems and field equipment dedicated to the traffic operation. Record the kilometres run by each train. 5. Faulty radio. Power traction loss.1. it shall also provide monitoring and control of the signalling system and ATC system. the following rolling stock’s alarms shall be notified to the ICS: Fire detection.1 Line and depot Supervision The ICS shall provide a detailed description of the railway network including the main line. At least.1 ATS Functions The ICS shall automatically perform the control and coordination functions necessary to achieve fully automatic operation of the monorail traffic. interlocking. ATC zone controllers.2 Train Supervision The ICS shall monitor status of the on-board components. Furthermore.Riyadh 5. Allow the setting or change of train identification by a Control Centre Operator (CCO). Functional requirements The functions. Hence.Vol 2 Part 2. Passenger alarm. − Several trains situated on the same single track section. signals.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the “Train Tracking” function shall: Detect any train movements and determine accurately the train locations. traction power facilities … etc.

track-switch position and travel direction reversal that will be performed through the Automatic Train Protection (ATP) system. holiday). the “Route Setting” function shall: Process automatically all itineraries declared inside the schedule. According to the operating mode selected by a CCO. Headway Regulation: The ICS regulate the traffic as mentioned above. Select the daily timetable according to the day type (weekday. Hence. Adapt contents of selected timetable to suit any unexpected traffic event or operational need such as: adjust headway or departure time.1. − Enable or disable the traffic regulation alarms. The ICS must send controls to the ATC system in order to adjust the dwell times at station and inter-station running times. avoiding extension of delay to following trains. Execute automatic actions to reset a delayed train within its original schedule.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . − Add or remove a specific train from the regulation process.4 Timetables Management The timetables shall define. Train hold / release. Process the following requests and orders coming from a CCO: − Temporary Speed Restrictions (TSR). the “Timetables Management” function shall allow the following actions by a CCO: Generate a complete and coherent timetable using a graphical time-distance chart providing tools for conflict detection and resolution. the “Traffic Regulation” function shall: Calculate the real time schedule of trains and alarm the operators in case of critical delays. the ICS shall automatically dispatch trains from or to the depot.1. Consider any incompatible route which has been previously set by an operator or the ICS. 5. authorize or inhibit the processing of scheduled routes. Hence.1. while at the same time trying to manage uniform intervals between trains by applying time retention to a train based on comparison of delays with the train ahead and behind. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . creation of new services. Speed selection. This shall include initiating routes. the schedule and type of service for each train during peak and off-peak hours.Riyadh 5. according to the operation programme. Hence.6 Traffic Regulation The ICS shall maintain automatically the regularity of service corresponding to the current timetable and the following regulation mode selected by a CCO: Scheduled Regulation: The ICS regulate individually and independently each train according to the departure and arrival times at stations as defined inside the timetable. Take into account the operating mode (local / remote) of the signalling system. Skip station. − Authorize or inhibit the automatic traffic regulation.doc 28 July 2009 Page 246 / 496 . Supervise and control the “Departure On Order (DOO)” equipment used to regulate any train operated by a driver. period of the year and the class of services to be performed (nominal. Execute any specific routing request assigned by a CCO. enhanced or exceptional).5 Route Setting In order to adjust the number of active services according to the peak and off-peak periods defined inside the current timetable.Vol 2 Part 2. 5. modification and cancelation of existing services. Ensure regular train spacing in order to avoid congestion situation.

− Control processing: to send any request (digital or analogue data) to the field equipment through direct links or via RTUs. the Traction Power System and Lighting & Energy Distribution throughout the monorail system (line and depot).2 SCADA Functions The ICS shall automatically perform the control and monitoring functions to manage efficiently the: Power supply system including High voltage network. E&M.2 Supervision and Control of the Power Supply System The ICS shall provide to the operators an immediate visual indication of the status of the High Voltage Network. in the stations or other buildings concerned with the monorail system. Traction power. 5. It can also be used to test any configuration changes of the ICS.doc 28 July 2009 Page 247 / 496 . it shall include control and supervision of the following equipment: Circuit breakers. − Archiving: to store and purge data and events from historical database. Such SCADA software packages shall include: A set of real-time services providing the following support functions: − Data acquisition: to acquire any digital or analogue information from the field equipment through direct links or via RTUs. isolators. D&P. if needed. Earthing switch. workstations. Switches. thanks to the main data which has been gathered during the daily operation. PSD. It shall also process the alarms acknowledgement and take into account the avalanche phenomenon. Editor of Man Machine Interface (MMI) allowing the creation of displays and dialogues boxes. − Internal Supervision: to control and monitor the ICS equipment such as servers. 5. − Engineering utilities: Database administration insuring the configuration of the SCADA real time database. − Simulation: to emulate the ICS environment for training of the future ICS operators. Rectifiers.Riyadh 5.Vol 2 Part 2. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Hence.1 Support Functions The control and supervision of the any system shall rely on real time database and as much as possible on standard SCADA software packages. Transformers.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Electrical Bus Bar. feeder breakers. A set of off-line services providing the following support functions: − Playback: to replay previously recorded events in order to analyse any operational incidents. VCP and RTUs. FPS and AFC located at the OCC. All necessary data shall be extracted from historical storage. edit and print various reports. − Alarms and events management: to generate. Resistors bank.2. display and sort out the alarms and events. − Reporting: to generate. and allow subsequent retrieval at a later date. if any. Lighting and power distribution. Ancillary systems such as ECS.2.

Riyadh And it shall also monitor the following attributes: Presence or absence of electric power.doc 28 July 2009 Page 248 / 496 . Controls for management of curtailment and demand limiting measures. Key position for local lockout. Display energy consumption in tabular and graphic format. Analog and pulse counters. Status of the ECO sub-system. 5.1 Emergency power off The “emergency power off panel” groups all safety functions. Each ECO station shall be linked with a loop belonging to a subsection.2. Control to switch on redundant equipment. Presence or absence of backup power. Once activated. Historical reporting. the ICS shall perform the following services: Collection of real-time energy data.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The functions are connected by wireto-wire cabling instead of electronic transmission. then the other subsections of the relevant section shall be able to be power “On”. As soon as the subsection corresponding to the relevant ECO is detected electrically isolated.1 General release General release function shall allow the OCC operator: − To traction power “Off” the whole line.2.1. Activated ECO station shall power “Off” the relevant electrical section. 5. Furthermore.2 Emergency Cut-Off (ECO) The emergency cut off device shall be installed in each platform station and in the depot. Status of alarm indications or fault conditions.Vol 2 Part 2. Controls for remote management of network reconfiguration on incidents. Emergency cut-off device. The traction power shall be power “On” once the general release is reset from OCC and after closing the relevant apparatus from OCC without intervention at site.2. this device has to be manually reset on site by operation staff in order to power “On”. − To traction power “Off” the whole depot. The voice communication device supplied within the ECO shall be robust and connected to the OCC as a direct line. Once activated. The VCP shall display an overview of the power supply network. While all detailed information shall be given on the ICS workstations. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 5.1. the relevant general release device shall be able to be locked. These following functions are connected to: General release device.2.2.2. Activated ECO location shall be displayed to the OCC.

in the stations. the ICS shall perform the following services: Collection of statistical information for maintenance operations as: − Failure diagnostic. Air conditioning. − Cycle duration. Control execution to single or set of equipment. Escalators and lifts. Platform screen doors.: Tickets Vending Machine (TVM).doc 28 July 2009 Page 249 / 496 . Controls for UPS management (back-up or bypass).e.3 Building Management Supervision (BMS) The ICS shall provide control and monitoring of all the following ancillary systems located at the OCC. AFC equipment (i. depot and line premises: Fire detection and fighting.Vol 2 Part 2. − Operating time. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Escalators and lifts. Drainage and pumping. For each of them.Riyadh 5.2. The ICS workstations shall display general and detailed information related to the ancillary systems.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . − Number of operations. Lighting (normal and emergency). refrigeration and ventilation. Tickets Office Machine (TOM) and gates). Low voltage distribution including UPS.

These reports shall be archived. It ensures that authorized operators are allocated to one or more control zones (Line. Thanks to an editing tool the given instructions can be created.g.3 Operation Management Functions In order to improve the operation and maintenance of the monorail system. − Average commercial speed. Failure Reporting: to manage the creation of reports about various incidents.Riyadh 5. Station and Depot) and only receive the specific functions dictated by their operational profile.Vol 2 Part 2. − Sub-systems and equipment availability. MMI …) owing to the installation of some supplementary field equipment (e.: addition of an escalator) or the extension of the monorail (e. System configuration: to adapt and test the ICS configuration (database. the following statistical reports measuring the performance and availability of the monorail system: − Traffic punctuality during peak and off-peak hours.: construction of a new station). the ICS shall perform a set of services as follows: Authority Management: to define and assign User access and Area of responsibility to each operator using the ICS. printed and forwarded to the maintenance staff.g. updated or suppressed by an authorized operator.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Operator Training: to provide all necessary facilities in order to train the operators to work efficiently with the ICS. on daily or monthly basis. Decision Aid Procedures: to assist an operator in investigating an incident or specifics events by providing him with pre-defined procedures and routines. List of trains available or unavailable for executing an operational trip. Fleet Management: to maintain various lists of rolling stock sharing a same feature. Quality of Service: to provide. For instance: List of trains located at the depot or running on the main line. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . All operational situations shall be simulated or replayed using some specific scenarios and recorded data.doc 28 July 2009 Page 250 / 496 . − Delayed services.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Timetables Management. Train Supervision. Route Setting. Quality of Service. Reporting.1. Quality of Service. as follows: Server SCADA: − − − − − − Data acquisition.1 Specifications of the Computing Hardware 6.1 Central and Local Servers 6. 6. Playback. Technical requirements As presented in the Figure 9. Archiving Server Operation Management: − − − − − − INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Workstations and Printers). Allocated Functions Central Real-Time Redundant Server ATS: − − − − − − − Operation Management: − Fleet Management. In addition to these requirements. Supervision and Control of the Power Supply System. Internal Supervision. SCADA: − − − − − Archiving. Control processing. the ICS architecture is composed of: Computing Hardware (Servers. Engineering utilities. The components. Remote Terminal Units.1. shall fulfil the technical features specified in the current chapter. Failure Reporting. Train Tracking.Vol 2 Part 2. making up the Integrated Control System. Alarms and events management. Authority Management. Traffic Regulation.Riyadh 6. Building Management Supervision (BMS). Line and depot Supervision. Decision Aid Procedures. Simulation. the Contractor shall fully comply with all conditions and constraints stated in the general technical specifications [DR2]. System configuration.doc 28 July 2009 Page 251 / 496 .1 Purpose The servers must host the ICS functions specified at chapter 5. Visual Control Panel.1. Operator Training.

In normal operating condition. memory swap to disk shall be prohibited.2 Key characteristics The ICS servers must at least respect all following features: Each server shall possess its own terminal (i. disk occupancy shall be inferior or equal to 80% of its total storage capacity.1. recovery and backup of any data. Each server shall have a rack structure of 19 inches wide. Decision Aid Procedures. and trackball). Arabic & English keyboard. Each server shall implement a hot-plug power supply redundancy respecting the electrical values such as: voltage range from 100V up to 240V and frequency range from 50Hz up to 60 Hz.Riyadh Server SCADA: − − − − − − − − − − Data acquisition. The average load of each CPU per slice of one minute shall be smaller than 60%. Each server shall be equipped with a CD / DVD player. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2. Moreover. Offering fault tolerance and higher throughput levels than a single hard drive or group of independent hard drives. each unit of redundant server shall be located in a separate industrial cabinet. 6. Redundant server shall implement a hot failover mechanism to provide quickly seamless replacement of the faulty unit. In order to ensure highest performance for real-time server. The capacity of Random Access Memory (RAM) shall be large enough to provide all needs required by the software applications running on a host server.: empty slot) for future increase of its operating RAM.e.e.doc 28 July 2009 Page 252 / 496 . Its capacity shall be superior or equal to 40 Go. any motherboard shall have half of its memory slots made available (i. any automatic or manual failover shall be carried out transparently without disturbing the monorail’s operation. Reporting.: flat colour screen of 17 inches wide. Control processing. The archiving server shall be connected to an external high-performance streaming tape drive in order to achieve update. Failure Reporting. − Quality of Service. Hard disk architecture shall implement RAID 5 technology or similar. Internal Supervision. Building Management Supervision (BMS). Allocated Functions Local Real-Time Server Operation Management: Authority Management.1. Connection to redundant LAN shall be achieved through a dual-attachment network interface card. Thus. Environmental constraints shall be taken into account such as: ambient temperature from 10° up to 35° and relative humidity from 10% up to 85%. Archiving. mounted in an industrial cabinet. Apart from the archiving server which shall be provided with a CD /DVD recorder & player. Alarms and events management.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Furthermore. The internal clock of each Central Processing Unit (CPU) shall be accurately synchronized with the master clock of communications system.

2 Workstations 6. the workstations must be fitted with two or three screens. ATC and signalling systems).).2. Radio. A standard mouse or trackball shall be supplied with an Arabic & English keyboard. traction.Vol 2 Part 2.). Right and left loudspeakers shall be integrated inside screen case. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .doc 28 July 2009 Page 253 / 496 . Fire protection . viewing angle 178° /178° . typical response time 5 ms.. Furthermore. Communications system (Telephone. brightness 300 cd/m2 and contrast typical 1500:1.1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 6. Operations management. any motherboard shall have half of its memory slots made available (i. lighting and electrical distribution. etc. ECS.1. The average load of each CPU per slice of one minute shall be smaller than 60%.e. Each flat colour screen shall possess the following minimal characteristics: 19 inches display. Supervision and control of the ancillary systems (E&M. 6. The audio output level (up to 2 Watts per speaker) shall be adjustable by digital control. Monitoring and control of the power supply system including high voltage.2.1. Connection to redundant LAN shall be achieved through a dual-attachment network interface card. According to the Figure 9. high resolution 1280x1024 pixels. Workstation’s power supply shall conform to electrical values such as: voltage range from 100V up to 240V and frequency range from 50Hz up to 60 Hz.. Each workstation shall be equipped with a CD / DVD player.1 Purpose The ICS workstations must host the human machine interface layer allowing operators to accomplish the tasks related to: Traffic management (ATS. Environmental constraints shall be taken into account such as: ambient temperature from 10° up to 35° and relative humidity from 10% up to 85%. Graphical card shall manage more than 16 millions of colours. The capacity of Random Access Memory (RAM) shall be large enough to provide all needs required by the software applications running on a workstation. CCTV. Passenger Information … etc.: empty slot) for future increase of its operating RAM.2 Key characteristics The ICS workstations must at least respect all following features: The internal clock of each central processing unit shall be accurately synchronized with the master clock of communications system.

0. 6. One workstation equipped with 3 screens. Printer’s power supply shall conform to electrical values such as: voltage range from 100V up to 240V and frequency range from 50Hz up to 60 Hz. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1. an operator may generate various reports combining graphical and textual data. One colour laser printer. Automatic two-sided printing at full engine speed. Set of Ethernet cables.1.3. Print resolution equal or superior to 600 x 600 dpi. Maximum duty cycle up to 100000 pages.Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 6. Fast Ethernet embedded print server in order to quickly and easily handle complex jobs.1. Sheet stapler / stacker with job offset staples up to 50 sheets for instant reports or presentations.1. Environmental constraints shall be taken into account such as: ambient temperature from 10° up to 35° and relative humidity from 10% up to 85%.4 Spare parts The Contractor shall at least include the following items into the spare parts dedicated to computing hardware: One archiving server.1 Purpose Thanks to the colour laser printers located in stations and OCC.doc 28 July 2009 Page 254 / 496 .3 Printers 6. The global capacity of all input trays shall reach 1500 sheets. One local real-time server.3. Print speed up to 30 ppm. 6.2 Key characteristics The ICS colour laser printers shall at least respect all following features: Universal input trays adaptable to A4 and A3 paper size.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Connection ports: Fast Ethernet and USB 2.

2. Rear-projection Cube Video Wall >= 67 “ Optical Fibres Display Controller OCC Local Area Network Figure 10 : VCP modular architecture INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . attracting the attention of OCC operators to abnormal conditions. Each controller’s unit shall be connected to the OCC local area network via two Ethernet links.2 VCP architecture As depicted by the Figure 10.1 Purpose The visual control panel must give overall visibility of the monorail operation.Riyadh 6.Vol 2 Part 2. Dual redundant controller: manages any display on the video wall.2 Specifications of the Visual Control Panel (VCP) 6. Digital video signal shall be transmitted to rear-projection cubes through optical fibres.2.doc 28 July 2009 Page 255 / 496 . Thus its location and size shall be designed in order to make it clearly visible from any workstation located in the Operation Control Room (OCR). and seven days a week. Moreover. the VCP shall have a modular and extensible architecture based on rear-projection technology. 6. the Visual Control Panel shall be designed and built to work permanently 24 hours a day.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . It shall comprise the following hardware: Video wall: Rear-projection cubes shall be joined together in order to form a seamless large screen.

Vol 2 Part 2. Consumable parts shall be only limited to lamps. − High fidelity of colours rendering. 6. General properties of the video wall shall be: − No geometrical instability. power supply module.Riyadh 6.5 mm. intake fan … etc. In addition. Screen diagonal with minimum length of 67 inches. Environmental constraints shall be taken into account such as: ambient temperature from 10° up to 35° and relative humidity from 10% up to 85%.4 Spare parts The Contractor shall at least include the following items into the spare parts dedicated to the VCP: Five lamps.2. For ease of installation and maintenance purpose.g. size. − Hot spot and pixel loss are not accepted. colour balance.).g. the system automatically switches to a backup.g.: optical engine.3 Key characteristics The VCP must at least respect all following features: The video wall shall comprise at least 5 rear-projection cubes.: lamp failed). Dual-lamp system to minimize downtime. One remote control. For maintenance purposes.). The gap between each display shall be smaller than 1. the lamp life shall be equal or greater than 8000 hours.2. For ease of installation and maintenance purpose. Resolution superior or equal to 1400x1050 pixels (SXGA+).g. Motorized alignment of the image via a remote control.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Internal components belonging to a rear-projection cube (e. One display controller unit. an operator may adjust manually any parameters of each screen (e. Each rear-projection cube shall comply with the following technical attributes: Use of “DLP Smooth Picture” technology or similar.: links between video wall & controller. the inside components of each cube shall be accessible via the front and rear of the video wall. contrast.doc 28 July 2009 Page 256 / 496 . Ethernet wires … etc. the inside components of each cube shall be accessible via its front and rear panels. alignment … etc.). Thanks to a remote control. The code comes on automatically when there is a failure (e. VCP’s power supply shall conform to electrical values such as: voltage range from 100V up to 240V and frequency range from 50Hz up to 60 Hz. Set of cables connecting the modules (e. Contrast typical 1500:1. troubleshooting LED codes shall be displayed on screen. Minimum brightness of 200 cd/m2. When a lamp fails. − The sharpness at the video wall’s centre shall be the same as on its edges.: brightness. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .

Ethernet ports … etc.).Riyadh 6. Connection to external systems shall be carried out through physical interface such as: I/O expandable cards.3. serial links.: serial links.3 Spare parts The Contractor shall at least include the following items into the spare parts dedicated to the RTUs: Four samples of each physical interface (i. Connection to redundant LAN shall be achieved through a dual-attachment network interface card. RTU shall have a rack structure of 19 inches wide.Vol 2 Part 2. Set of cables (i. Therefore.: E&M. HDLC.: I/O cards.3 Specifications of the Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) 6.doc 28 July 2009 Page 257 / 496 . Information acquired from the field equipment is transmitted to the ICS real-time servers. 6. Two RTUs equipped with all components apart from physical interfaces. RTU reset. Examination of data exchanged between RTU and external equipments.e. mounted in an industrial cabinet.g. RTU’s power supply shall conform to electrical values such as: voltage range from 100V up to 240V and frequency range from 50Hz up to 60 Hz. PSD … etc. RTU shall support standard protocols (i.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .e. RTUs shall be remotely monitored and controlled from any ICS workstation. I/O cards. OPC … etc.1 Purpose As depicted by the Figure 9.). Environmental constraints shall be taken into account such as: ambient temperature from 10° up to 35° and relative humidity from 10% up to 85%. Thanks to the RTUs deployed inside the technical rooms of the monorail’s buildings: Controls issued from the ICS real-time servers reach the field equipment. Examination of data exchanged between the ICS real-time servers and RTU.2 Key characteristics The remote terminal units must at least respect all following features: The internal clock of each central processing unit shall be accurately synchronized with the master clock of communications system. For maintenance purposes. remote terminals units shall provide the interface between ICS realtime servers and external equipments belonging to the ancillary systems (e. 6.) and power supply system. Ethernet modules … etc. TCP/IP.). ECS.: Modbus. AFC.). In addition. power supply module. Ethernet wires … etc.: CPU.e. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . serial link modules.g. serial link modules and Ethernet modules.3. electronics status and troubleshooting LED codes shall be displayed on the RTU’s front & rear panels. an authorized operator can accomplish the following actions: Monitoring of RTU’s components (e. It may also take into account the interfaces with signalling interlocking and ATC zone controllers.3. The average load of each CPU per slice of one minute shall be smaller than 60%.

The Contractor shall present in a concrete manner his proposals thanks to the use of: 3D models for the OCC furniture and rooms arrangement. Ergonomic Constraints Ergonomics shall be the determining factor in: The design of the content and presentation of individual screen and displays. Preliminary study of the OCC room layout. Video screen images for the MMI. taking into account future line extensions and degrade / emergency mode scenarios. Working environment and OCC adjustment. Establishment of an ergonomic working group leaded by the Contractor's chief ergonomist with representative from the Engineer.1 Ergonomic Studies International best practices shall be benchmarked in the concerning design for space utilization.Vol 2 Part 2. For each of these studies. user-friendly and intuitive environment. the Contractor shall collect data on the work scope of the OCC to establish its requirements. Each study shall present at least 2 solutions. Interview of the future operator and staff who will use these equipment.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Operation activities report including the functional relationship between operators. Produce ergonomic specifications.Riyadh 7. Main furniture options. location and layout of the display terminals. Each solution will be analysed with the following criteria: Appropriateness to the requirements. Global visual display panel (VCP). Advantages versus inconveniences of the various solutions and cost estimation. The outcome shall be: Ergonomic specification listing the furniture to be installed in the OCC rooms. Following this first step. To this aim. The main steps of the study are illustrated by the following flow chart: INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . the ergonomic studies shall be performed as per the following: Workstations and furniture. operating desks. computers and associated peripherals within a comfortable. Best strategy for information display between workstations. Future development capability. The overall orientation. The Contractor shall perform ergonomic studies as required. Final solution following the ergonomic work group decision. Validation of the chosen solution by the ergonomic working group. Cost.doc 28 July 2009 Page 258 / 496 . Conformity to ergonomic standards. the Contractor shall execute the following tasks: Collect of data on the concerned studied area. 7. Operators’ roles and workload analysis.

Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh Data collection and elaboration of general requirements Ergonomic Working group Objectives analysis Socio-technical analysis Analysis of identical installations Specification of organisation Specification of layout Feedback Study.doc 28 July 2009 Page 259 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . modelling and solutions validation 3D modelling Cost and benefice analysis option 1 Cost and benefice analysis option 2 Analysis and selection Solution selection Presentation of the selected solution Layout Specification Layout plans case Ergonomic specifications Furniture specifications Technical descriptions Figure 11 : Flow chart of the Ergonomic Studies INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .

menus and dialogue boxes available on the operator’s workstation and VCP. and particularly that used for real-time management.2.2 Man Machine Interface 7.). This GUI specification shall be formally approved by the Employer and Engineer during the first stage of design. 7. CCTV image may be displayed on workstation screen. Monitored points shall be dynamically presented through appropriate symbols and analogue displays.doc 28 July 2009 Page 260 / 496 . in the form of pictures. fire.2. station and equipment layouts.1 Principles All the MMI.2.2. ATS and Operation Management functions shall be rapid. radio. Operations management. Monitoring and control of the power supply system including high voltage. Direct gateways between functions must be provided. The user interface shall also feature simple point and click actions to achieve the desired results. shall be used to represent the network. CCTV.Riyadh 7. the workstations must be fitted with two or three screens allowing the display of information related to: Traffic management (ATS. displayed on the VCP. public address and passengers’ information. The communications GUI shall manage all operator interactions with the communications subsystems such as telephone. automatic trains supervision … etc. graphic displays. Supervision and control of the ancillary systems (E&M. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Fire protection .Vol 2 Part 2. lighting and electrical distribution.). Access to the SCADA. environmental. ATC and signalling systems). Text. but not be limited to: Equipment Monitoring/Control : The ICS shall provide user-friendly user interfaces to monitor and control the power. signalling. Data Manipulation: Data entry and selection shall be achieved through an interactive userfriendly interface with formatted screens and dialogue panels that enables the operator to easily input parameters or select data. workstations and printers. All pieces of information shall be organised to allow its quick retrieval. Passenger Information … etc. In a disrupted situation.1 Workstation display As presented in the Figure 9. Communications: The MMI may integrate an interactive communications GUI. Radio. Pictorial Representation: Dynamic graphical entities. traction. etc. User Access Control: The implementation of a single log-on and area of responsibility module shall ensure operators only receive their allocated functions according to their identification (name and password) and the location of their workstation. 7. Communications system (Telephone. the MMI must constitute an aid to the operators and not a constraint otherwise it will be under-used. ECS..2 Description of the Graphical User Interface (GUI) The man-machine interface shall be Graphical User Interface-based. The basic functionalities shall consist in.. The Contractor shall specify all icons. with user-friendly control and monitoring facilities. pictorial representations. The integrated MMI shall provide a common workstation and common graphical user interface with the same ‘look and feel’ for all system functions thus significantly simplifying the operator’s work environment. shall be available in Arabic and English. CCTV.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . require perfect appropriation by the users.

− Print the screen hardcopy. the structure of the main graphical window shall at least comprise the following zones: “Session”.2. “Informative Messages”. this zone shall at least fulfil actions such as: − Allow an operator to connect with or disconnect from MMI session. − Display the current date and actual time.doc 28 July 2009 Page 261 / 496 .1.2.Riyadh All workstations shall show the same main graphical window.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Session List of Latest Alarms Navigation Menu Picture Informative Messages Figure 12 : MMI .Structure of the main graphical window 7.1 Zone “Session” Thanks to adequate graphical widgets. − Indicate any communication failure between the workstation and the data servers. “Navigation Menu”. − Inhibit or acknowledge the alarms buzzer. As shown in Figure 12. “List of Alarms”.Vol 2 Part 2. “Picture”. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .

The Contractor shall specify accurately the text of all alarms and hand out this specification to the Employer and Engineer for its formal approval.: Red for critical alarms).2.2. the complete list of all alarms & events issued by the system shall be shown up by calling a specific dialogue box. the operators shall be notified of the last hundred alarms having occurred in the Monorail system.g. The Contractor shall specify all levels of priority with their graphical representation and hand out this specification to the Employer and Engineer for its formal approval. − The alarm shall appear with a blinking text until its acknowledgement by an operator. The operator shall simply acknowledge an alarm by clicking on its text.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1. Localization.doc 28 July 2009 Page 262 / 496 . Default description. the zone “Session” may look like: Figure 13 : MMI – Zone “Session” 7. − The alarm’s text shall contain mandatory fields such as: Timestamp. Furthermore. the oldest alarm being displayed at the bottom of the list.Riyadh For instance. − The text’s background colour shall differentiate each level of priority (e.Vol 2 Part 2. Equipment or Function. System. The following features shall be ensured: − Only alarms related to the operator’s profile shall appear into the list. − All alarms shall be sorted out in chronological order.2 Zone “List of Latest Alarms” By this zone. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .

and zoom on the pictures. The Contractor shall specify accurately all pictures and hand out this specification to the Employer and Engineer for its formal approval.3 Zone “Navigation Menu” The “Navigation Menu” shall permit the operators to access all dialogue boxes and pictures involved in functional subjects such as: − Traffic management (ATS. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .2. traction.2. etc. operating modes … etc. ATC and signalling systems). status. circuit-breakers and escalators belong to this set of objects. Each picture shall be identified by a unique title displayed on its top border. Passenger Information … etc.1. − Operations management (Quality of Service. pan. Radio.2.g. However.Riyadh For example. acknowledge alarms). the operator may call up particular images or dialogue boxes related to the current picture.Vol 2 Part 2. ECS.). − Supervision and control of the ancillary systems (E&M. the graphical user interface shall only show images in relation to the operator’s profile. For example: titles.1.4 Zone “Picture” Each picture shall be composed mainly of: − Unanimated objects: Items whose graphical features do not depend upon the system’s context.: clicking on a circuit-breaker symbol shall display a scrolling menu with options such as: show detailed information.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Fire protection .). CCTV.2. − Monitoring and control of the power supply system including high voltage. A scrolling menu shall be attached to a dynamic object in order to list all available actions that may be triggered by an operator (e. icon buttons and scrolling menu. Failure reporting … etc). All workstations shall share the same set of images. The operator may be authorized to scroll. lighting and electrical distribution.doc 28 July 2009 Page 263 / 496 . − Navigation buttons: By clicking on them.g. close breaker...). In order to call up specific pictures or dialogue boxes. the zone “List of Latest Alarms” may look like: Figure 14 : MMI – Zone “List of Latest Alarms” 7.: alarms. Any item of the navigation menu shall be reached in less than three mouse-clicks 7. open breaker. − Communications system (Telephone. frames and textual descriptions belong to this set of objects. − Dynamic objects: Items whose attributes such as shape and colour change according to real-time data (e. this zone divided into folders may make use of graphical objects like labelled buttons. For example: trains.

Operating mode and status of all signalling interlocking and ATC zone controllers.. platforms. Coherent localisation.: train information.2 VCP image The ICS shall present the following essential information on the VCP image: Layout of the railway line with the connection to the depot (track-circuits.g..2. On the VCP image.Vol 2 Part 2. failures reporting…).2. Current time. The Contractor shall specify accurately the text of all messages and hand out this specification to the Employer and Engineer for its formal approval.: authority management.).: monitoring of energy consumption. the oldest message being displayed at the bottom of the list.g. Warning or error description.g. the zone “Informative Messages” may look like: Figure 15 : MMI – Zone “Informative Messages” 7.: open circuit-breaker.Riyadh 7.5 Zone “Informative Messages” This zone shall list the last ten warning or error messages due to the operator’s actions.2. turn on air-conditioning …). routes status .). Layout of the power traction supply with the connection to the depot (rectifiers. Interaction with operation management functions (e. breakers. 7. − The message’s text shall contain mandatory fields such as: Timestamp.1. The Contractor shall specify accurately all features of the VCP image and hand out this specification to the Employer and Engineer for its formal approval. quality of service…).g. signals. Operating and technical alarms. The following features shall be ensured: − All messages shall be sorted out in chronological order.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Scrolling. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . etc. isolators … etc. switches. panning and zooming of the VCP image shall be prohibited by the graphical user interface. Interaction with SCADA functions (e. the presentation of railway line and power traction supply shall have: Same geographical scale. Temporary speed restrictions. Showing any equipment’s detailed attributes (e.2. Interaction with ATS functions (e.g.2. Location and identification of all trains.3 Dialogue boxes The graphical user interface shall provide the operator with various dialogue boxes to allow: Sending order to field equipment (e. timetables management …).: train tracking. escalator status…).doc 28 July 2009 Page 264 / 496 . trackswitches. For example.2.

an interactive help menu may guide the actions of the operator step by step. None of the dialogue boxes shall be hidden from the operator’s view. which must be based on entry codes including a password and an operator identification number. the supervisor shall be allowed to reset any user’s password. if a validated action has not been achieved successfully. Station and Depot) and only receive the specific functions dictated by their operational profile. Each user shall personally define his password.Riyadh All dialogue boxes must at least respect the following design principles in order to promote easeof-use: They shall share a homogeneous graphical aspect and similar operating mode. In some complex cases.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .) shall adapt itself automatically to the current context and status of the selected equipment or function. All workstations shall share the same set of dialogue boxes.2. Their content (menus. However. in accordance with the session which has been selected. Window frame shall be automatically adjusted to its content. So. Labels and icons shall have an unambiguous meaning understandable by any operator. Menus shall be limited to three levels of depth. Thus. the user shall always be notified of the outcome of each performed operation.4 Users access control A session shall be opened through a security access process. 7.Vol 2 Part 2. controls … etc. the ICS shall: Ensure that authorized operators are allocated to one or more control zones (Line. a precise and concise error message must be displayed to the operator. Moreover. Filter and direct alarms to the appropriate operators according to their profile. Operational profiles and user identifications shall be created or modified or removed only by the supervisor. At anytime. Employ a “view everything” approach where the ability to perform controls is only restricted by user access permissions. the use of keyboard shall be restricted.doc 28 July 2009 Page 265 / 496 . labels. each dialogue box shall be identified by a unique title displayed on its top border. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The Contractor shall specify accurately all characteristics of the dialogue boxes and hand out this specification to the Employer and Engineer for its formal approval. They must always appear on top of their starting point. the graphical user interface shall only authorize actions in relation to the operator’s profile. Selecting options and values has to be done mainly by the use of mouse or trackball. However. Its shape and size cannot be changed by user.2. For instance. The qualification of the operator is then monitored by the system before giving him access to the installation control menus.

Keyboard.3.2. each desk shall be fitted out with table.3 Operator desks The Contractor shall provide the operators with: Traffic Desk: dedicated to the operator in charge of regulating the movement of trains. Maintenance Desk: dedicated to the operator in charge of the overall maintenance of monorail system. chair and drawers. Public-Address.Vol 2 Part 2. Direct Telephone. depot and line premises. Mouse or Trackball.Riyadh 7. Thus. Furthermore. telecommunications devices and control panel with plungers shall be distributed on the desks so as to satisfy the daily work. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Station Desk: dedicated to the operator in charge of the control and supervision of a specific station.2. Emergency “power off & trains stop” Panel.1 and 7.3.2. Intercom.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Workstations with flat screens. Radio. Automatic Telephone. the following pieces of equipment shall be set on the operator desks as specified in chapters 7. Central Processing Unit (Workstation CPU located under the desk). Identity 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Piece of Equipment 21” Flat Screen. Facilities Desk: dedicated to the operator in charge of the ancillary systems located at the OCC. The number of workstations and screens may depend on the number of systems that operators will be working on and the degree of integration between the various systems. Power Supply Desk dedicated to the operator in charge of monitoring and controlling the supply of electricity to the monorail system. Supervisor Desk: dedicated to the officer in charge of the overall operation of monorail system.doc 28 July 2009 Page 266 / 496 .2. This operator shall also control the access to the buildings and assist the traffic regulator in managing the passengers’ information. in the stations.

3.2.1 Configuration of the OCC desks Traffic Desk 1 8 9 1 10 1 Power Supply Desk 1 1 10 1 1 8 Facilities Desk 1 9 1 Hel lo Hel lo Hel lo 7 3 5 6 2 5 6 2 3 5 6 3 7 2 Supervisor Desk 1 8 9 1 10 1 Maintenance Desk 1 1 Hel lo Hel lo 7 3 5 6 2 5 6 2 3 Figure 16 : MMI .doc 28 July 2009 Page 267 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .OCC Desks Configuration INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 7.

Riyadh 7.Station Desk Configuration INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .2.3.doc 28 July 2009 Page 268 / 496 .2 Configuration of the station desk Station Desk 1 9 1 1 Hel lo 7 3 5 6 2 Figure 17 : MMI .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2.

colour scheme.Vol 2 Part 2. telephone. manuals and other utilities commonly used by the operators shall be provided and made easily accessible to the operators within the OCC. Technical Rooms: They contain electronic devices. computers and transmission sub-systems required for supervision of all systems (Signalling. operating positions. projection equipment … etc. Training Room: It contains the workstations dedicated to the operators training. This submission shall show the room layout and finishes. viewing angles from sitting position. Emergency & Meeting Room: It shall be fitted out with communication facilities (e-mail.3. it contains workstations giving access to the AFC database and software.1 OCC arrangements From an operational point of view. Off-line Data Processing Room: It provides the OCC staff with off-line services such as timetables management and statistical reports. control equipment and other peripherals within the OCC and other operational working facilities shall be determined by the Contractor. Storage facilities for documents. The system shall be operated and maintained as specified without impairment resulting from environmental conditions occurring either individually or in natural combinations. stationery. integrated desk layout design. furniture and staff movement. The respective layout of all operating desks. Communications. particularly with regard to ergonomic design.3 Layout of the Operations Control Centre The Contractor shall review and propose the layout for the OCC and other operational working facilities detailing the guidelines and standards to be adopted. 7.) allowing the KAFD monorail staff and external authority to manage any major incident or to discuss operational issues. The OCC shall be designed ergonomically to provide facilities for operation and to offer the state of the art viewing facilities to selected visitors. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . One sets of a 3-dimensional full colour graphic design proposals for all the rooms shall be submitted to the Engineer for review and acceptance during each phase of the design.Riyadh 7. statistics …).KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .).doc 28 July 2009 Page 269 / 496 . the OCC shall include mainly the following rooms: Operations Control Room: It concerns all workstations and VCP to supervise and operate in real time the KAFD Monorail System. Other rooms shall be taken into account as follows (not exhaustive): Offices: They shall be dedicated to operation and maintenance staff. AFC Room: Related to the AFC activities (receipt. radiotelephone. Power Supply … etc.

Ceiling. fire detection. fire fighting and acoustical treatment.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The maximum noise level shall not exceed 40 dB(A) +/. Ergonomically designed to offer the state-of-the-art viewing to selected visitors without disturbing the OCC staff at work. Above each working area the lighting level must be individually adjustable via dimmer switches from 300 to 500 lux at 1m above floor level.3. Suspended ceiling shall be also considered for air exhaust ventilation ducts used for fire fighting gas exhaust.2. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Reverberation time shall exceed 0. The doors from the operator’s room to the outside must have a clear passage of 900mm x 2100mm and must be fire rated according to the national standards. The lighting above the working places must be homogeneous without reflections.2 Requirements of the main OCC rooms 7. Access control by card readers.3. Operation staff permanently occupies the operations control room. There shall be fire sensors in the floor void.5 seconds in wide frequency range. The air shall have a humidity of approximately 40 / 60 % and an adjustable temperature between 20 °C and 25 ° C.3 dB(A).Riyadh 7. Plaster or concrete surfaces including surfaces under false floor and above the suspended ceiling shall be anti-dust protected (painted). Doors Ceiling and Floor Lighting Communication Acoustic Constraints Environmental Conditions Fire Protection Interface Visitor Gallery The outer walls must be fire rated. In addition a general lighting is required of which 50 % have to be connected to the emergency power supply. Redundant and protected cable route to the technical rooms. The traffic room is divided into working areas. An anti-static carpet shall cover the floor. Walls to other offices must have at least an acoustical attenuation factor of 40 dB (A). The operations control room requires air conditioning including air treatment. At least 200 m². The general live load for the false floor is 5 kN/m² and 12 kN/m² at concentrated load areas. one door shall have two wings (2 x 2100mm x 900mm clear passage). walls and floor must have an acoustical treatment. 100 % radio coverage inside the room is required. There shall be fire sensors in the ceiling void. Automatic fire and smoke detection system required. For transportation of equipment. Partition walls to the other rooms: fire resistant. The operations control room requires cable connections under a false floor to technical rooms. Minimum height: 3500 mm (without taking into account the space for suspended ceiling and false floor).Vol 2 Part 2.1 Attribute Function Dimensions Walls Operations Control Room Description Supervision and operation of the whole monorail system.doc 28 July 2009 Page 270 / 496 . A false floor is required which must have a minimum height of 150 mm without being obstructed by pipes for water or heating. Suspended ceiling depending on requirement of installation space for lighting.

The emergency room requires air conditioning including air treatment. Maximum noise level 40 dB (A). Suspended ceiling shall be also considered for air exhaust ventilation ducts used for fire fighting gas exhaust. telephone.Riyadh 7.2 Attribute Function Dimensions Walls Doors Emergency & Meeting Room Description Allowing the KAFD monorail staff and external authority to manage any major incident or to discuss operational issues.Vol 2 Part 2. Automatic fire and smoke detection system required. Partition walls to the other rooms: fire resistant. Approximately 60 m². False floor of at least 150 mm height. Suspended acoustical ceiling panels. The air shall have a humidity of approximately 40 / 60 % and an adjustable temperature between 20 ° C and 25 ° C. Communication facilities such as e-mail. The general live load for the false floor is 5 kN/m² and 12 kN/m² at concentrated load areas. Fire rated. Minimum height: 2500 mm (without taking into account the space for suspended ceiling and false floor).doc 28 July 2009 Page 271 / 496 . radiotelephone.3. Straight view to the operations control room via windows. Dimmer switch for regulating the light from 300 to 400 lux at 1m above floor level. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2. Ceiling and Floor Lighting Communication Acoustic Constraints Environmental Conditions Fire protection Interface Exterior walls shall be fire rated. High standard acoustically treated ceiling and walls. Access to the operations control room. 100 % radio coverage inside the room is required. video projections … etc. Clear passage 900 mm x 2100 mm.

Suspended ceiling shall be also considered for air exhaust ventilation ducts used for fire fighting gas exhaust. Steel door and fire rated. etc. Automatic fire and smoke detection system required. The room requires air conditioning including air treatment. Suspended acoustical ceiling panels. Minimum height: 2500 mm (without taking into account the space for suspended ceiling and false floor). Ceiling and Floor Lighting Communication Acoustic Constraints Environmental Conditions Fire protection Interface Exterior walls shall be fire rated.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . respectively 12 kN/m² at concentrated load areas. Access control by card readers.Riyadh 7. Maximum noise level 40 dB (A).Vol 2 Part 2. Approximately 30 m².3 Attribute Function Dimensions Walls Doors Off-line Data Processing Room Description Operation management functions: timetables. False floor of at least 150 mm height. Dimmer switch for regulating the light from 300 to 400 lux at 1m above floor level. 100 % radio coverage inside the room is required. statistics.3. High standard acoustically treated ceiling and walls. Clear passage 900 mm x 2100 mm. The air shall have a humidity of approximately 40 / 60 % and an adjustable temperature between 20 ° C and 25 °C. Direct access to the operations control room.doc 28 July 2009 Page 272 / 496 . Cable connection to technical rooms. The general live load for the false floor is 5 kN/m². Partition walls to the other rooms: fire resistant.2.

etc. False floor of 300 mm height.Riyadh 7. At least 40 m² for environmental control system.4 Attribute Function Technical Rooms Description Housing of all necessary electronic equipment. respectively 12 kN/m² at concentrated load areas. Minimum height: 3000 mm (without taking into account the space for suspended ceiling and false floor). 100 % radio coverage inside the room is required. Maximum noise level 65 dB (A). The air shall have a humidity of approximately 40 / 60 % and an adjustable temperature between 15 ° C and 25 °C.In accordance with equipment. Door dimensions clear passage 2x (2100x900 mm) and 1 x 2100x900 mm. power supply. Opening direction to the outside. low smoke and fire retardant. At least 30 m² for fire detection and extinguishing system For future extensions an area of 30 % shall be kept free of equipment. Suitable for computers rooms. to the operations control rooms and the field. In accordance with equipment: At least 150 m² for communications. computers and transmission systems for signalling.3. 400 lux at 1m above floor level. In accordance with the equipment. At least 100 m² for power control. The room requires air conditioning including air treatment. required to operate the Monorail system. telecommunications. signalling. Dimensions Walls Doors Ceiling and Floor Lighting Communication Acoustic Constraints Environmental Conditions Fire protection Interface INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . UPS and battery room. Access control by card readers. The general live load for the false floor is 5 kN/m². shall be halogen free. anti static. Fire resistant.2. Protection of the access. Fire rated.Vol 2 Part 2. Cable connections between all technical rooms. Fire rated..doc 28 July 2009 Page 273 / 496 . AFC and ICS systems. Automatic fire smoke detection and fire fighting system are required (gas system).KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . anti dust protected.

Automatic fire and smoke detection system required. Clear passage 900 mm x 2100 mm.doc 28 July 2009 Page 274 / 496 . Partition walls to the other rooms: fire resistant. At least 30 m². The general live load for the false floor is 5 kN/m² and 12 kN/m² at concentrated load areas. The air shall have a humidity of approximately 40 / 60 % and an adjustable temperature between 20 °C and 25 ° C. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The operations control room requires air conditioning including air treatment.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Video projections. Maximum noise level 40 dB (A). Suspended acoustical ceiling panels. Ceiling and Floor Lighting Communication Acoustic Constraints Environmental Conditions Fire Protection Interface The outer walls must be fire rated. The training room requires cable connections under a false floor to technical rooms. False floor of at least 150 mm height. Dimmer switch for regulating the light from 300 to 400 lux at 1m above floor level. Fire rated. Suspended ceiling shall be also considered for air exhaust ventilation ducts used for fire fighting gas exhaust.Vol 2 Part 2.3.Riyadh 7. Minimum height: 2500 mm (without taking into account the space for suspended ceiling and false floor).2.5 Attribute Function Dimensions Walls Doors Training Room Description It contains the workstations dedicated to the operators training.

8. the values specified at chapters 8. and all the relevant peripherals shall be designed to: Guarantee the ICS will cope with all situations. Performance Criteria The performances of the ICS must enable the operators to manage the monorail system under satisfactory conditions. 8. such as peak loading or avalanche conditions. workstations. Display of an image or a dialog box (Elapsed time between its request from the HMI and its display on the workstation).1 and 8. More precisely. The conditions and methods of measurements for which theses parameters are valid shall be clearly defined.1 Response Times Type of Response Time Initialisation of the ICS application on the workstations and VCP.1.1. like for instance relay bounces. Transient occurrences which do not represent a relevant status modification. it shall be able to deal with all the events functionally significant to which the system is likely to be subject. Therefore. This date is called the « origin » date of the alarm or event.Vol 2 Part 2.5 seconds 1. Initialisation of the ICS application on the real-time data servers (Hot & Stand-by).1 Operational performances 8. Elapsed time between the change of an attribute of remote equipment and its display on the HMI (workstations and VCP). every alarm or event shall be dated with a precision of 10 ms by the RTU that receives it from equipment.5 second 0. In other words.2 System Capacity Max Acceptable Value 1 minute 2 minutes 1. 8. Elapsed time between the validation of an order from the HMI and the control’s arrival at the input level of remote equipment.Riyadh 8. The system shall have automatic back-up and restoration facilities for archiving data and software applications. Allow the operators to manage all kinds of events.5 second The processing power of the computers.1. Acknowledgement of an alarm (Elapsed time between its request from the HMI and the update of the list of alarms on all workstations).3 Chronological analysis In order to analyze afterwards a sequence of events with an acceptable accuracy the number of data samples must be sufficient. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . are out of the scope of treatment.5 seconds 10 seconds 0. remote terminal unit.2 shall be reached.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 28 July 2009 Page 275 / 496 . Failover time of the real-time redundant server. A test plan including test procedures shall be submitted by the Contractor before the commencement of commissioning test.

The number of erroneous alarms transmitted to the operator shall not be greater than 5%. • Various elementary configurations of the ultimate line shall be incorporated in the initial software.1.1. The size of the tables shall not be an obstacle.4 Transmission errors The number of undetected error shall not be greater than 10 .: VCP.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . This means that the number of wrong -8 Remote Monitoring or Control recognised by the system as correct shall not be higher than 10 .5 Uninterrupted Power Supply -8 The constructor in charge of the UPS sub-system shall provide all necessary facilities to insure the electricity supply to ICS equipment (i. 8.Vol 2 Part 2.6 Expandability The size of the system must be sufficient to allow the addition of new equipment to be supervised. Workstations. Spare space in shelves to accommodate new boards. Software expandability: • Addition of new items managed by the software shall carry out by modifications of parameters tables. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The various extensions will be as much as possible performed by simple addition of racks or cards on a modular basis.doc 28 July 2009 Page 276 / 496 .e.1.Riyadh 8. Servers and RTUs) for 3 hours at least. It must be possible to make extension to the system in the future to include more stations / subsystems without need to replace equipment. 8. Hardware expandability: Connectors to be linked to additional modules.

doc 28 July 2009 Page 277 / 496 . The optimization of the system with respect to reliability. operation and maintenance). INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . availability and maintainability must be planned and must form an integral element of the project. can be carried out within a stated time interval when the maintenance is performed under stated conditions and using stated procedures and resources. Maintainability and Safety) The KAFD Monorail System shall be designed with a high degree of reliability and availability.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . assuming that the required external resources are provided. Program of on going monitoring of compliance. These parameters shall not be used interchangeably and must be used in the correct context in all documentation. for an item of equipment or system under given conditions of use. thereby increasing patronage and the resulting revenues from the system. the availability is a measure of system actual up time compared to total scheduled time for operation.: design. The definitions of relevance are: Reliability: The probability that an equipment item or system can perform a required function under given conditions for a given time interval. Availability: The probability that an equipment item or system is in a state to perform a required function under given conditions over a given time interval. Demonstration of compliance with RAMS requirements.Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 8. Maintainability: The probability that a given active maintenance action. manufacturing. The Contractor shall demonstrate that the issues of RAMS will be managed during all phases of the project (i.2. Definitions and reminders regarding RAMS are provided here below before quantifying the levels of performance required. This is to be achieved through the development of a process that as a minimum shall address the following: Definition of RAMS requirements.1 Definitions The following terms define the relationships between the key parameters that are to be specified and managed. and the maintainability is a measure of the time taken to reinstate the system following failure. commissioning. The RAM management process shall address all aspects of the project and must be demonstrably integrated into the project as a whole. Planning and implementation of RAMS tasks for all project phases.e. Availability. in order to provide a dependable service that the public will want to use. In more general terms.2 RAMS (Reliability. Assessment and control of impacts and threats to RAMS requirements. 8. the reliability of a system is a measure of its failure frequency.

4 Maintainability System maintainability is related to the following criteria: Functional modularity of equipment.Vol 2 Part 2. Interchangeable equipment (standard replacement of electronic circuit cards without requiring special tools for adjustment). i. INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Any Line Replacement Unit (LRU) shall be replaceable in less than two hours.2. MTBF MTBF + MTTR Type of Equipment Visual Control Panel Server Remote Terminal Unit Workstation Availability >= 99. The availability of equipment shall be calculated as follows: A= The ICS shall meet the following targets.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .17 % 8.2. − Confinement of changes and effect of errors.2 Reliability The equipment pertaining to the ICS shall meet the following values: MeanTime Between Failures (MTBF). Use of components offering confirmed guarantees and a quick source of replenishment. MeanTime To Repair (MTTR) Type of Equipment Visual Control Panel Server Remote Terminal Unit Workstation >= >= >= MTBF >= 100 000 hours 50 000 hours 50 000 hours 30 000 hours <= MTTR 10 hours <= 250 hours <= 250 hours <= 250 hours 8.3 Availability Availability requirements are of the utmost importance from the operator point of view.2. breakdown of the installation into single functional subset with judicious incorporation of reliability and spare part. For the software applications: − Easy incorporation of minor changes to correct errors and to modify functions with regards to original requirements.50 % >= 99.e.50 % >= 99.Riyadh 8. Automatic Built In Test. Accessibility to parts on electronic circuit cards.doc 28 July 2009 Page 278 / 496 . Operating and maintenance manuals in English and Arabic.99 % >= 99. − Clear software support documentation.

2. the high safety level may be provided by: Very high redundancy and monitoring of the transmission signal.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Verification of the coherence between relays operated and the address of controls requested prior to effective operation of the remote controls. the ICS shall support SIL 2 for the following functions: Monitoring and control of the Signalling and ATC systems. Monitoring and control of Fire Protection System and Platform Screen Doors. END OF DOCUMENT INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (3260) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh 8. Monitoring and control of the power supply system. procedural or independent electronic mitigations.5 Safety The ICS is not considered safety-critical due to the presence of mechanical. the ICS is normally classified as a safety-related system and is nominally rated as Safety Integrity Level (SIL) 1 or 2. These precautions represent the minimum constraints required. Hence. various procedures shall make it possible to verify the validity of information displayed on the VCP and on the workstations. In addition to traditional protection systems against transmission errors.doc 28 July 2009 Page 279 / 496 . As such.Vol 2 Part 2. For remote controls.

Bouhier 28 Jul 2009 Date: 31 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 .PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Title: TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS SYSTRA PHB PE SYS COM 3270 T A1 Document number: KAFD Project Transmitter Phase Type Discipline Subject Doc. / O. Number Family Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .B. E. Blancheteau Checked by D.B. .B. Revision: A1 Prepared by Name Date 28 Jul 2009 Signature A0 E.Riyadh Revision Date Subject of issue / Revision Author A0 A1 16/06/2009 28/07/2009 First issue Revision according to Hill Intl comment E.Massat 28 Jul 2009 Approved by O.TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 2 .

.....................................................................2 4....................................2 5................................................................5 GLOBAL OVERVIEW .............................. 298 7..................................... 293 6.............1 On board................................................................................................2....................................................................................................................................................................doc 31 July 2009 Page 281 / 496 .................1 Generality ............................................................................................................................................................ 296 6.............................. 286 GLOSSARY ........2 Priority...................................................3 4............................................................................................................................................................................................................299 7................................... PUBLIC ADDRESS (PA)................. 295 6.....................................................................................................................3 5......1.................................................1 PRESENTATION ....................................... 295 6.................................................................................................................. 285 1........................................1 Basic announcements......................................4................................................. MULTI SERVICE NETWORK (MSN) ............ 299 7.2 PA IN OCC ..... 289 4............................ 294 6.....................2........ 295 6.....................................3 Emergency broadcast facilities .......................2................................ 292 6....................................... 294 6......................... 290 5................................................... 290 5.................................... 3...............................................................1.............1 Announcement conditions ..................................................................................................1 1. 291 GIGABIT ETHERNET NODES.... 4....... 293 6....................................................................2 PIS’s users . 290 OPTICAL FIBRE ............................2 MINIMAL REQUIREMENT FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................ 296 6. PASSENGER INFORMATION SYSTEM (PIS).........................................................................1...........................................................6 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS....5 ARCHITECTURE..............................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1 5...................................................................................................................................................3....................... 286 CODES AND STANDARDS.............................................................................. 285 PURPOSE OF THE DOCUMENT ......................................4...........................................2 Priority.........................5 DEPOT PA.......7 RAM REQUIREMENTS ...............KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ........................................................................................................ 295 6.............. PROJECT BACKDROP .................Vol 2 Part 2............................... 293 6...................................................................................................................................................................................3 Live or pre recorded messages ...4 5........................................................................ INTRODUCTION ..1.........................................................3 PA IN STATION ....................................................................4.................... 298 7..........................3...................................1 Generality .......................................3...........3.............................................. 295 6.... 291 SUPERVISION ...4 VEHICLE PA ................... 289 APPROVALS AND AUTHORISATIONS .................................................................. 298 7..........................................................................................................................................4 Live or pre-recorded messages ................................ 296 6......................................................1.........................................1 GENERAL . 299 7............................................................................................................................................................. 294 6........................... 298 7...... 289 SUPERVISION ....................................................................................................................1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 287 GENERALITY ......................................................................................................................................................................2 2....299 TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ............................. 289 GLOBAL CONSTRAINT OF INSTALLATION OR OPERATION .......................1 4.............................................................................................................................................. 298 7.....................................................................................................4 4. 289 PERFORMANCE ...................................................................................................................................................... 292 RAM REQUIREMENTS ...................

..........................3 Administrative phones......................300 7.................2......................1..........................................................2 On platform and gates .............................1.......302 7...................................................................................................... 310 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS .....................doc 31 July 2009 Page 282 / 496 ..... 307 8..................2.....................6 Display locations ...2.............................................................................................3 9.........................................................................299 7...........................................................................................................2.......................1 LED’s display .................... 311 VOICE RECORDING SYSTEM ................... 301 7.....................................................2 TFT display .. 311 RAM REQUIREMENTS ..........................Vol 2 Part 2...............................................4 Train is leaving of the station................................................................................4 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS ..........................................302 Parameters ....................3.......4............................................................................................1.................................................. 302 7....................................2.......................4......................................2..............................................................................................................4....................................6 Direct Line Services ................ 312 OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS..............4.......2.................302 Priority of messages .....1..............................1.... 303 7...................................... 301 7..............................4...... 303 7........................................ 10................ 302 7...2 Administration of the PIS.....7 Archive ......6...........................2....................................................... 304 7..................................................6..............3 Train in station ................2............2 OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS.....................................................................................................................1..1 Next station announcement ......................... 301 7.......... 312 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION ...................................................................5 MAINTENANCE ............. 304 7............2.....................................1............................................................................................................................. 301 7............4 10............................... 301 7......... 307 8..........................................................................................................................4..................................................................................................... 310 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .....1 9... 305 8.............7 INTERFACE.......................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ..........................................4. 306 8..................... 301 7....................................5 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS .........2 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS ..........................................300 7......................................... TELEPHONE ...............2 On platform and gate’s area.............................................1...................................... 303 7........................................................4.... 300 7........................................................ 309 9.......................................................................................4......300 7........................4.................................................................................................................................. 307 8...........................................2.........................1................................................................................................................2........................................3 OPTIONAL FUNCTIONS .....4. 301 7....................................1..................... 308 8................................................................ 307 8..........2 Communication support................... 310 9..............................................................2 Station Operator Console ......................8 TRAINING ........................ 306 8...................................4.................................2.............................................................................3 Performances .............................................................................1..4.....4........................................ 304 7........................1 FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION....................................................................................................1.............................................. 308 8.300 7....... 301 7....................2...............................................................................1 Time of the train....................................1 OCC Operator Console ..4 Messages..................................................................................4 Emergency mode...........................1 Architecture ...................300 7..........2 Train on approach ............................................................................. 304 7.........................................................................................................................................1............................................1..................... 305 8..............................6 RAMS ....................4 Others announcement.......................................4................................3 Degraded mode....................................3 Introduction ........ 312 TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ..........................................................................................................2 Station announcement ....................................2 7...........4.......................................................................................................5 Faxes.....................................1 On board ........................................................................ 308 8.....................................................................................................................300 7............................................................299 7................................6 RAM REQUIREMENTS .........................................................................................2... 304 8................................................1...............................................................................Riyadh 7....................... INTERCOM SYSTEM......................................................................1 10...........................4..................................4.........4 TELEPHONE TERMINALS ........................................................................................................................................................3 TELEPHONE SERVICES .4 Technical room phones ....4....................................5 Language ..............1.......3.........................................................................................................1............................................................1........................................1........................2....................................................................................3 Announcement of station not served ...................2 9.......................................1...................................................................................................................................1............300 7.............................1................... 302 7............................................................................. 308 8..........................................................................................................................................................................1 7........................................................................................

..........2............................................................................................................................................................5 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS ......................................................................................... 323 12........................................................5.......................... 331 15.............................................4 15..... 14....5............4 ALARM MANAGEMENT ............................................................. 326 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .............................3 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................................................................................................3 CCTV Wi-Fi along the line ........ 328 15.............1 Fire alarm system ............1 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................. 320 12...................................................................2 STANDARDS ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 331 15...............2..................... 320 12......................................... 318 11...................................................................6............................ 332 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS .............. 316 11.2.................................................... 314 11.................................2 Wi-Fi in depot ... 331 15.........8 Monitoring and Administration ............................................................................................1 Local Fire Management Panel .................................... 14................................ 329 15........................................................ 326 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS ....2.......................................................................................................................... 316 11................6 Workstations ........................2......... 321 12.............1 14............ 329 15......................5.2 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................................................1 Safety.....................................................................................................................................4 RAM REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................................................................ 325 DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDING SYSTEM .........................................................................1 GENERALITY..................................................................................3 Depot monitoring ......2......................................................................................................................................................................................3 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS ............................................................. 328 15...................5 Mimic Panels ..............................................................................................................6 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS ........................................................... 321 12..3 Heat Sensing Fire Detectors ......... 327 FIRE ALARMS.................................................................................................................................................6 OCC and security monitor ................................ 330 15....2 Station monitoring ............ 323 12.........................................................................................1 GENERAL ................................................................1 Vehicle Saloon Monitoring ............ 329 15.....................2 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS ..... 314 11..............................................................................................................................1 ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM .............. 328 15.............................5.........................8 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) .................................1..................................2 14.........................................................5.....KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ................3.......3 FIRE ALARM SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE .2................... 328 15............................................................................1 General ...........................2..........................3 11.....................................................................................................................................................................................................5 Alarms or events CCTV monitor..................... 322 12................................5................................................................................... 316 11........................ 326 RAM REQUIREMENTS ................ 326 FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION................................................................................5........... RAM REQUIREMENTS ...........................................2 Hand portables .................................................................................... 319 12......................................................... 331 16...................................................... 321 12.....................3 Power supply...........................Vol 2 Part 2............................................................. 331 15................................4 On line monitoring....................................................................................................................................... 322 12.............................doc 31 July 2009 Page 283 / 496 ..Riyadh 10.................................. 320 12......................................................................2................................................................................7 Cameras ................... 329 15............................. 330 15................ 314 11............................................................3...........2................................................................... CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION SYSTEM (CCTV).............................. VIDEO BROADCAST SYSTEM (VBS)................................................................................................................... 314 11...2 Smoke Sensing Fire Detectors ......................7 Audible and Visual Alarm Devices ......................................5......................................................1 UHF 400 MHz radio................................................. 330 15............. 312 RADIO SYSTEM................................ 16................................................... 328 15..................................................... 320 12..................................................................2................ 322 12.......................................................................................... 332 TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ............................................................ 324 13......3 14............................................................................................................3. 316 11..................................................4 Zoning Requirements ...........................................................

...................................................................................... 332 16................................................................5 20......... 333 16.............Riyadh 16.. 337 18.................................................1.......................................................................... 339 19.................... 340 SAFETY AND RAM .........................9 OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE ........ 338 18...5 Firewall..3 19.....Vol 2 Part 2..........................1............................3 RAM REQUIREMENTS ....KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ......................... 349 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS .................... 337 18.... 342 SYSTEM SELF MONITORING ............................. COMMUNICATION SYSTEM PERFORMANCES..... 345 TECHNICAL ROOMS ..................................................................................................................................................3 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS ..............................................6 19.................................................................. 344 POWER SUPPLIES ............................................................ 350 TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ........................... 20................ 338 18............................2 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS ...................................... 333 16....6 20.........................................................1 20.............................1..................................................................................................................................................................................................2 PERFORMANCES REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 349 ASSET MANAGEMENT...........................................................................................................................4 20..........12 19................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 336 17...... 333 16............... 350 TRAINING .....................................10 19........................................................................................ 348 REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................................................15 19............................................................................... 344 RACK EXTENSIONS...................................... 339 GENERAL CONDITIONS .............................................................................................................................................................................. 339 PROTECTION AGAINST RISKS ........................1 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................................1..................................................... 348 GUARANTEE .....13 19.......................... 335 17.....................................4 RAM REQUIREMENTS ......... 336 17.....................................................................................................................................................................................3 RAM REQUIREMENTS ...................................11 19.................... 338 18.................................. 350 SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE.................................................................................................16 20............................................... 335 17................................................1 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................1 Servers ....................................2 Intruder Detection....1 19...................... 341 CONNECTIONS ...................... 348 19........................................................................ 337 18.... 344 CABLES AND CONNECTIONS ................................................................. 332 16......... 338 18..................................................................2 Workstations ................................................. 342 ELECTRICAL PROTECTION OF CIRCUITS ........... 338 18......................................4 Administration workstation.........................................................................................................................................................1..................2 Monitoring and Administration .......................1...........1 Slave Clocks..............................3 Printers ................4 19......................................................... 339 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION RULES ..................................................2 19................................................. 349 DESIGN LIFE........5 19....................................................................................................................14 19..................................................................................................................................................................................1.doc 31 July 2009 Page 284 / 496 .......................................................................................................2 PERFORMANCES REQUIREMENTS .....................................................1..........................................................................1 Access Control ........................................................................................................................................1......................3 Management System... 348 ELEMENT MANAGEMENT..................................................................3 20.......................................................................................................................................................... CLOCK...............................................................................................................................................7 20................................................................................................................... 342 EASE OF MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 339 INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS ..............................................................................................................8 20............................................8 19.......................................................................................... 349 SPARES AND EQUIPMENT REPAIR ......................... 333 17... 343 MARKINGS . 337 18...............2 20....... 347 CABINETS ............................................7 19........ 335 17.........................................1.....9 19..................................................................................... E-MAIL SYSTEM ................................................................. 347 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY .....................

1 Project backdrop The objective of this Project is to provide public transport services to passengers travelling within the area of King Abdullah Financial District. Such system will comprise a one track line in circular configuration.doc 31 July 2009 Page 285 / 496 . Introduction 1. with air conditioned trains and stations.modern urban transit system. buildings. One major characteristic and challenge of this project is the integration of the stations inside buildings. In addition as monorail technology is a quite small segment of worldwide mass transit system there are only a very limited number of major and strong manufacturers with quite proven and proprietary solution. using the KAFD Monorail System.Riyadh 1. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . in keeping with the image of the KAFD Development. hotel complexes and street network.Vol 2 Part 2. totally elevated with a satisfactorily level of integration into the whole KAFD development. The Monorail System should be a state of the art ultra.

Vol 2 Part 2. installation. manufacture. Should the contractor feel disadvantaged because of a harsh or unnecessary requirement. it is understood that these specific requirements represent the current state-of-the-art adopted by the industry and should be read as a reference. characteristics or solutions to be conformed to by the Contractor.Riyadh 1. The relevant document describes the performances and the requirements of the communications system.doc 31 July 2009 Page 286 / 496 . he is invited to raise his concerns to the Employer and offer alternative solutions. This description takes the reference the preliminary operation plan. delivery. although the specific technical documents attached herein may seem at times rather restrictive.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the Employer and its Consultant have deployed their utmost efforts to produce a flexible tender documentation. Contractor shall have to also refer to this document. Glossary ACS ATM ATS BTmS BTcS CCO CCR CCS CCTV CPU DLT DVA DVR DVRS E&M ECB ECMS ECO ECS EMC EPABX ETSI FAS FO GPS GUI Access Control System Asynchronous Transfer Mode Automatic Train Supervision Base Transmission Station Base Transceiver Station Control Centre Operator Central Control Room Centralise Control System Closed Circuit Television System Central Processing Unit Direct Line Telephone Digital Voice Announcer Digital Video Recorder Digital Voice Recording System Electromechanical Emergency Call Box Equipments Control & Monitoring System Emergency Cut Off Environmental control system Electromagnetic Compatibility Ethernet Private Automatic Branch eXchange European Telecommunication Standards Institute Fire Alarm System Optical Fibre Global Positioning System Graphical User Interface TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . It is stressed that the intended procurement process shall be driven mostly by functional and performance requirements. While certain clauses prescribe specific values. 2.2 Purpose of the document This specific technical document specifies the requirements for the design. Accordingly. testing and commissioning of the communication systems and all associated systems and components of the KAFD Monorail Transit System Project. Except Radio equipment used by Riyadh Police. The Employer will favourably consider alternatives that strictly match the intended functional requirements without compromising essential factors such as RAMS and aesthetics.

3 IEEE Std. 802. ITU-T. signalling systems Data communications over the PSTN. Part 2: Safety related communication in open transmission systems TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh IP IPBX ISDN LAN LCD LFAP LPS MMI MTBF NTP Internet Protocol Internet Private Automatic Branch eXchange Integrated Service Digital network Local Area Network Liquid Crystal Display Local Fire Alarm Panel Lighting and Power Station Man Machine Interface Mean Time Between failure Network Time Protocol 3.Safety related electronic systems for signalling Railway applications. 2 Industrial Environment EMC Requirements for Household Appliances.doc 31 July 2009 Page 287 / 496 . service quality. Railway applications. numbering and routing. ITU-T Series D: Series E: Series G: Series M: Series O: Series P: Series Q: Series V: EIRENE ETSI ETSI IEEE Std. ETSI. Telephony transmission quality. Sections 1-10 EU Directive on EMC (89/336/EEC) recommendations (Railway applications – Communication. Measurement equipment. value-added services. Analogue and digital transmission systems.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . signalling and processing systems. network management. EIRENE and OSI standards and references. PSTN.11 EN 50121-1 EN 50121-2 EN 50121-3 EN 50121-4 EN 50121-5 EN 55022 EN 50081-2 EN 50082-2 EN 55014-2 IEC 1000-4 EN 50128 EN 50129 EN 50159-2 Principles of billing and accounting. European Integrated Railway Radio Enhanced Network standards TETRA standard series of TETRA V + D and DMO DECT standards Gigabit Ethernet standard Wi-Fi standard Railway Applications – Electromagnetic Compatibility Part 1: General Applications – Electromagnetic Compatibility Part 2: Emission of the whole railway system to the outside world Railway Applications – Electromagnetic Compatibility Part 3: Vehicles Standard for Emissions and Immunity of the Signalling and Telecommunications Apparatus European Railway EMC Standards-Part 5: Fixed Installation Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference Characteristics of Information Technology Equipment EMC Generic Emission Standard-Pt. Maintenance.Vol 2 Part 2.Communication. Codes and Standards All communication systems will be designed and built to appropriate industry standards and in compliance with the Riyadh. Electric Tools and Small Apparatus Part 2 Immunity-Product Family EMC Part 4. 802. 2 Industrial Environment EMC Generic Immunity Standard-Pt. signalling and processing systems – Software for railway control and protection systems). Switching.

installation and maintenance of computer software) Quality management –Guidelines for configuration management.doc 31 July 2009 Page 288 / 496 .Part 3: Guidelines for the application of ISO 9001 to the development. Railway Application: Electrical Equipment used on rolling stock. supply. French regulation IEC 61508 EN 50126 EN 50128 EN 50129 EN 60447 EN 50155 CENELEC IEC 60571 EN ISO 9000-3 ISO 10007 NFPA 130 ITI 98300 and ERP TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Quality management and quality assurance standards.Vol 2 Part 2. Specification & Demonstration of Reliability. Railway Application: Safety related Electronic System for Signalling. Electrical Equipment used on railway vehicles. Standard for fixed guide way transit and passengers rail systems.Riyadh Functional Safety of Electrical / Electronic / Programmable Electronic Safety Related Systems. Maintainability & Safety (RAMS) for Railway Applications. Railway Application: Software for Railway Control & Protection Systems.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Availability. Man-machine Interfaces Actuating Principles.

the Video Broadcast System (VBS). the e-mail system.Riyadh 4.3 Approvals and authorisations The Contractor shall be responsible for liaising and interfacing with the relevant Telecommunication Authority of Riyadh for applying and obtaining all approvals and authorisations required for the implementation and operation of the proposed Communication System (radio frequencies as an example). Each subsystem is connected to the Data Transmission Backbone. There shall be no single point of failure in the Communication System which may result in loss of essential communications such as important voice and data communications and CCTV surveillance. etc. the Passenger Information System (PIS).Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . PIS. obtaining the approvals. The Contractor shall bear all fees and charges associated with the applications. and operations of the proposed system including licence fees. until system handover. 4. the Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) System. This will be operated on separated workstations or on TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Radio. All essential equipment and their transmission links. the Radio System. the Intercom system. the Telephone and Ancillary (TEL) System. Clock systems. CCTV.4 Supervision All communications sub-systems (PA.1 Global overview The proposed communications systems shall consist of modern.…) will be remote-controlled and monitored from the OCC. reliable equipments based on proven technologies to provide high quality. including their power supplies. redundancy and reliable services. The Contractor shall provide all design data and any other information as may be required. connection and leasing fees. The Contractor shall advise what will be the essential equipment in the proposed Communication System. shall be duplicated where required. the Voice recording system.2 Performance The Communication System shall be a highly resilient system in order to grant an availability level close to 100%. Generality 4.doc 31 July 2009 Page 289 / 496 . 4. The Communication System for the KAFD Monorail Transit Line shall consist of: the Multi Service Network (Data Transmission Backbone). the Access Control System (ACS). the Clock System. the Video Recorders System. 4. Access Control. the Fire Alarm and environmental System (FAS). the Public Address (PA) System.

stations. All failures/alarms will be directly reported and logged to a database. that is exposed to the external ambient conditions shall be sealed to IP65. Equipment shall be designed and installed so that they can be effectively isolated for maintenance or other purposes without affecting the performance of the rest of the system. OCC building with two rings of fibre optic links and will be fault tolerant.e. All public area equipment shall be selected. to support the fixed communications for all communication or not systems and subsystems (radio. This MSN will consist of two sub-networks that must be totally separated: A first one is used for data transmission needs of all KAFD systems except the e-mail and ticketing systems. PA. loudspeakers. a global minimal reserve of 20 % in systems is required when no more important percentage is clearly wanted in this document.….Riyadh workstations used for SCADA system. special design integration for antennas. Access Control.5 Global constraint of installation or operation Communication system will cover all areas (Trains. They must have been already used successfully in comparable systems and networks. Any equipment. Depot / Workshop / OCC).KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . etc). fare ticketing when there is no matter with this location in the same room. cameras. data and video.Vol 2 Part 2. CCTV. English only or English/Arabic languages will be used for MMI software. Stations. 5. All employed materials must be adapted to a railway environment. signalling. Software used for the configuration and monitoring of the networked equipment shall use Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).PIS. whether in public areas or not. 4. A Cable cut or an equipment failure must have no influence on the global MSN operation and performance. The proposed Communication System shall facilitate future expansion and integration with existing and future transit systems. The Contractor shall describe how all the communication systems can be integrated into a single architectural fixture. depot. There is no link with outside KAFD transmission systems. including in the field of harsh weather conditions similar to Riyadh. Great attention is drawn to the interfacing with architectural works and any other subsystem that may affect the all telecommunications subsystem installations layouts to ensure a consistent design approach within the public areas (no cables shall be exposed. i. The Contractor shall describe how these are provided in the proposed system. Telecommunication devices will be installed preferably in dedicated technical rooms (about 100 m²) or at least in common technical rooms with low voltage systems like signalling. Tracks. constructed and mounted in such a way as to architecturally blend in with its surroundings and be vandal proof.1 Architecture The MSN will cover the whole monorail system. All equipments shall be readily accessible for replacement or maintenance as appropriate. Actually. they shall be sealed to IP55. Multi Service Network (MSN) The MSN shall provide the different types of data transmission facilities for voice. If they are not exposed to the external ambient conditions.).doc 31 July 2009 Page 290 / 496 . 5. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Actually. Power Supply. it will principally be used for transmissions between the OCC room and distant sites (depot and stations).

bandwidth must be at least equal to 1 Gbit/s. link.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . electromagnetic fields. it must include bandwidth for all data transmissions on each sub-network. an industrial gigabit Ethernet node. there is yet an active link on the second node that allows the system to remain active. Actually. 5. compliant with IEC 60794 requirements and others specifications presented in dedicated parts of this document. The number of RJ 45 ports must be adapted to the location where the node is located and the number of required connections. some user systems like SCADA may also use this second sub-network in order to have a link on each MSN sub-network. Consequently. This number will be fixed by the Contractor. by example 4 tubes of 6 fibres each. Each node will present diagnostic Led's indicating power. two separated ways must be used for cable entering the technical room and cable going out of the technical room. The two sub-networks will be based on the Gigabit Ethernet standard. will consist of 24 fibres at least with a reserve of 50 %. Standard interfaces are required. will be installed for each sub-network. data transmitted on the first sub-network must be protected so that nobody outside the KAFD monorail system can have access to them (hackers by example). the cable connection points for first and second sub-network must be clearly segregated. This separation intervenes mainly for security reasons.2 Optical fibre To interconnect the gigabit Ethernet nodes. Moreover.Vol 2 Part 2. These cables. In stations and building. These two optical cables must be absolutely independent with no common way wherever on the line. 15 meters of cable must be set in reserve when entering or leaving the station or building to allow future repair operations on cables Cables will be connected on connection points which allow separating “upstream” and “downstream” directions of the cables. surge voltages). errors. OCC and depot). Each MSN sub-network is supported by one optical fibre cable. Whatever. OCC and more generally in each location where needed. Each node must also present 2 single-mode optical ports to connect to other nodes. nodes for data transmissions must present at least 48 RJ 45 ports and nodes for e-mail sub-network must have 24 RJ 45 ports at least. Actually. with a spare capacity for future extensions of 50 %. Each fibre and tube must comply with a colour code to allow the easy identification. vibration. including a reserve of 30 %. There must be no link with the first sub-network. compliant with railway environment (shock. Monomode fibre (ITU T G 652 D) will be deployed.Riyadh A second one is dedicated to the e-mail and ticketing systems with links to outside KAFD transmission systems (web. Fast-Ethernet 10/100 base T. when a node in station/depot/OCC is out of order. separated in different tubes. all along the line (stations. 5. optical fibre cables will be used. RJ 45 ports for connecting system subscribers will be used. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . In fact. Actually. Unused ports must be disabled. data status.doc 31 July 2009 Page 291 / 496 . internet). Cables will be deployed along the guidebeam to form a complete ring. For redundancy reasons.3 Gigabit Ethernet nodes In each station. The Contractor will be responsible for fixing the bit rate. depot.

When necessary and more particularly in case of lengths exceeding 100 meters between gigabit nodes and equipment that must be connected to them. it may be used optical cables with electrical/optical modem at each extremity when necessary but this will not be the basic rule. system availability and performance. the access to the configuration must be protected by login + password to identify the user. The MTTR shall not be longer than 0. Virtual LAN will be created to separate the transmissions of each subscriber system. and to secure global transmissions. In this last case. Thanks to the ring structure and the use of Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP).99% . on SCADA workstations or on separated workstations. These Ethernet switches will present equivalent characteristics.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 31 July 2009 Page 292 / 496 . The NMS shall provide control and configuration of each sub-network system. On nodes and workstations. The log file size should be configurable (minimum 2 months capacity). Otherwise. gather and log alarm events from the network element and generate performance statistics (Quality of Service – QoS). 5. NMS will be located in the OCC’s building. one workstation for each network will be provided.4 Supervision The system shall include Network Management Systems (NMS) using SNMP for each sub-network. 5.5 RAM Requirements The availability of MSN subsystem from OCC shall be 99. Any change in the configuration (hardware. so that it is possible to set a bit rate limit to each sub-LAN. to procure priorities. NMS shall provide complete transmission network reconfiguration facilities in case of interconnection link failure or traffic overrun.5 hour for Gigabit Ethernet devices. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . All Configuration information will be stored in one or several files that can be easily transmitted in the flash memory of the node. TCP/IP protocol will be used for transmissions.5 second (½ second). maintain configuration and routing data base for all network elements.Riyadh Nodes can be configured either with a laptop directly connected to the node or thanks to a remote connection (like “telnet” as an example) from an authorised distant laptop or workstation. software and parameters) should be kept in log file for roll back and future investigation. additional industrial Ethernet switches may be deployed. the reconfiguration time in case of cable cut or node failure must nod exceed 0.Vol 2 Part 2.

Riyadh 6. Public Address (PA) A Public Address (PA) system will be installed on the KAFD Monorail system. all stations or all Vehicles and the depot. The PA System shall be interfaced to the ECMS. voice will be sampled in a digital signal to go through the MSN. Consequently.…) Vehicles. cancellation).2 PA in OCC PA facilities will be available on each OCC operator’s workstation and the OCC communication centre workstation. A pre-recording of sound advertisements system will be installed in the OCC. Operators of the OCC have access to this system to broadcast prerecorded announcements.Vol 2 Part 2. It will be possible to broadcast in each station sound announcements and music. for functional facilities (speech. The pre-recorded messages shall be set in the database. In the Depot. At the other extremity. The PA system at the stations shall be used also as the main means of controlling evacuation in an emergency. 6. Man Machine interface with the PA commands and zones selection. corridors. Fire Alarm System or other system as may be required for triggering of pre-recorded coded message stored within the Digital Voice Announcer (DVA) and/or triggering of pre-recorded emergency evacuation message digitally stored in non-volatile memory within a resilient emergency announcement module supplied as part of the PA System under specific conditions. PA system shall comply with NFPA 130 standards. modify or delete messages. an independent PA system will be installed for depot operations only. Operators of the OCC can create. the reverse conversion is done to broadcast the announcement thanks to the loudspeakers. from the OCC operator directly thanks to his microphone or in live recorded sources.doc 31 July 2009 Page 293 / 496 . Workstations will be equipped with flush-mounted operation microphones with: Gooseneck-mounted microphone or equivalent. allowing the operator to address dedicated messages to any part of any station or Vehicle. 6. Depot workshop and stabling tracks areas The 3 above mentioned facilities shall be able to work with independent functionalities.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . live and pre-recorded announcements servicing: Station (platforms. from a recording device located in the “Off line data processing operation” rooms TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1 General The PA system shall be used to broadcast music. It will be possible to program broadcast cycles for pre-recorded messages. any group of stations or Vehicles. The Public Address system will be preferably based on a “full IP” transmission of the sound information from a point to another in the network.

PIS. Fire alarm system) and the station shall be less than 500ms. audio signals that originate from the OCC.3. 6. From the fire alarm system.Vol 2 Part 2. the announcement will be : pre recorded messages.1 Generality The station PA system shall be able to receive.3 PA In station 6. an override device shall provide for each station the following level of priority. PIS announcements. From the PIS. Music or radio programs broadcasting. the office station or automatically generated by the Fire alarm system and the PIS.Riyadh The pre-recorded messages shall be also put into the database (messages’ library) from another voice recording system. All voice messages broadcasted from the OCC are recorded. Announcement from OCC in live. From the OCC. the announcement consists of an emergency message. the announcement will be only in live via an Operator's workstation looking like the OCC workstations. All voice messages broadcasted from the station are recorded. 3. 7. They will be stored in a very common file format. Emergency announcement. 4. the date and hour of broadcast must be recorded. If not. Music Radio programs Pre recorded messages can be broadcast individually or in cycles. From the office station. Others messages may be recorded.2 Priority According to these various announcements possibilities. amplify.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Announcement from station in live. Pre-recorded messages from OCC database broadcast in cycles. If not. if needed. the date and hour of broadcast must be recorded.3. 6. 2.doc 31 July 2009 Page 294 / 496 . In live via an Operator's PA microphone. 5. The time of setting a communication between the message rise (OCC or station operator workstation. 1. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Others messages may be recorded. Pre-recorded messages from OCC database (“one shot” broadcast). it will consist of traffic messages. In OCC will also be located music readers and public radio system to broadcast music or radio programs in stations. 6.

6. If the fire alert is still not acknowledged after an elapse of further time of 8 minutes.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . an override device shall provide for each vehicle the following level of priority. Cycles of broadcast messages shall be carried out with a planned periodicity.4 Live or pre-recorded messages Live messages or pre-recorded messages shall be broadcast according to the zone selection: - All the stations Group of stations or platforms One station or one platform Station is divided in several independent broadcast areas : platform. A jingle announcement will be broadcast before each message.4 Vehicle PA 6.Vol 2 Part 2. the PA system shall broadcast the pre-recorded evacuation message.3 Emergency broadcast facilities When a fire alarm is activated. The coded message shall be cycled at time intervals which shall be configurable by the authorised operator. If the first fire alert is not acknowledged within a given time of 30 seconds. From the OCC. several or all stations to broadcast messages.3. the announcement will be: In live via an operator's PA microphone In pre-recorded messages (individual broadcast or cycle broadcast) 6. the PA system shall broadcast a coded message throughout the station. PA announcements or messages that originate from: - The attendant (one PA desk accessible at each extremity of the train) The OCC Automatically from the on board PIS. continually cycled. The pre-recorded messages shall be able to be planned according to dates and time periods.Riyadh 6. exchange area. the system shall be designed to provide Intercommunication between the passenger emergency call and the attendant or the OCC. 6.1 Generality The vehicle PA system shall be able to receive. announcement will be in live. Operator (in OCC or station) can choose one.4. etc. From the attendant.doc 31 July 2009 Page 295 / 496 . It shall be possible to associate different jingle with different messages.3. In the vehicle. corridors. several or all areas of one. The OCC and station operator shall be able to listen messages in station. amplify.4. 1. This feature shall be de-selectable. throughout the station to all areas advising staff and passengers to evacuate. the first fire alert shall automatically activate the multi-channel voice recorder to record all one-way and 2-way emergency voice communications. The level of voice shall be monitored and adjusted if necessary. Passenger Emergency call between attendant and passenger TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .2 Priority According to these various announcements possibilities.

6.Riyadh 2. the PA system shall be able to receive. 6. The 2 above mentioned services shall work independently. a cable and/or a speaker does not render the PA system inoperative or result in the total loss of PA facility in any part of any zone. 5.Vol 2 Part 2.Workshop area (it may be part in different areas itself) . . The time of setting a communication between the passenger and the driver shall be less than 500ms. PA announcements or messages that originate: from the “vehicle maintenance room” and microphones near tracks for the workshop area from OCC and maintenance room for the stabling tracks area. It must be adapted to the specially noisy environment.doc 31 July 2009 Page 296 / 496 . an alarm jingle will be previewed in maintenance room and for microphones near tracks for maintenance people to know that a train is moving on tracks. 7. 6. 4.4. All equipments will have a frequency range going at least from 100 Hz to 10 000 Hz. Passenger Emergency call between OCC and passenger Announcement in live from the attendant Announcement in live from OCC Pre-recorded messages from OCC (“one shot” broadcast) PIS announcement Pre-recorded messages from OCC broadcast in cycles.5 Depot PA Depot PA shall concern the following zones.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . General design of the public address system including sound quality requirements shall be identical to in station standard. Cycles of broadcast messages shall be carried out with a planned periodicity. For the workshop area. 6. the distribution of the audio signals shall be configured to ensure that a failure of an amplifier.Stabling tracks area For the depot. The UPS system is connected with the PA to feed it in case of normal supply failure. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The maintenance operator will use a console fitted out with zone selection and Gooseneck-mounted microphone or equivalent. amplify. The microphones are of “push-to-talk” type. 3.3 Live or pre recorded messages Live messages or pre-recorded messages shall be broadcast according to the zone selection: - All the vehicles Vehicles on line or in depot Group of vehicles The pre-recorded messages shall be able to be planned according to dates and time periods.6 General requirements In the stations.

The reverberation times (RT60) at 1 kHz will not exceed 1. etc. Speakers supplied shall be appropriate to their intended use. The digital PA system shall provide the following features: Speech shall be digitised at the microphone source and switched in the digital domain. It shall be possible to edit announcements. The mean deviation for the simulated and the actual RASTI figure shall be ±0. Low-frequency distribution from the station technical room shall be carried out by means of special cables. Loudspeakers will be distributed for each zone of stations and vehicles on two independent feeders for redundancy reasons. speaker types/specifications and finishes. but not exceeding 100 dB under all circumstances. Messages shall be recorded using digital technology and stored in nonvolatile memory. Messages shall be stored digitally and shall only be converted back to analogue at a point after the zone switching and selection stage. The Contractor shall propose the speaker quantity.02. +2dB) higher than the ambient noise level. in co-ordination with the Architects/Civil Design works for the Engineer's acceptance.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . It shall be the Contractor’s responsibility to verify and confirm that the speaker layout designs achieve the required performance criteria before finalising the PA system design and proceeding with the installation. whatever the environmental conditions.g. with an expansion capacity to at least four hours by simple addition of memory cards.5 RASTI (at 1. The priorities shall be programmable. The announcements from the various control points shall be prioritised so that urgent messages which have been assigned with higher priority shall override lower priority messages from another announcement source or control point. Automatic SPL compensation shall be based on Ambient Noise Monitor readings with due consideration for day night ANL weightage. Digital audio protocol shall be to a recognised international standard.Riyadh The PA subsystem shall be suitably designed to provide audio messages intelligible above ambient noise. They will have to be established with a sufficient height to be protected from vandalism.doc 31 July 2009 Page 297 / 496 . In case of fire/flame on the cables. minimised reverberation. All cables for station and depot distribution will be special fire-resistant and halogen-free construction. The PA system shall provide high sound pressure level (SPL). - - TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . and to maximise intelligibility and speech reproduction. record new announcements and broadcast them automatically at pre-selected intervals. and good intelligibility of at least 0. The equipments must integrate a capacity reserve of 30 %. They will have to be protected from water and dust. Sufficient loudspeakers shall be provided. erase unwanted announcements. they must continue to work during 1 hour at least.8 seconds in any public area. structure condition.6 seconds. ambient noise monitoring to ensure PA System output is always 10dB (-1. Modification of system priority shall be controlled using password protection or other means acceptable to the Employer. The ambient noise system shall provide a SPL compensation range of at least 10 dB and a maximum of 25dB to cope with typical ambient noise levels between 55 and 85 dB. A minimum storage capacity equivalent to three hours of continuous speech shall be provided. the target reverberation time (RT60) at 1 kHz is less than 1. e. The DVA audio interface shall be to the same digital audio standard as the microphones. for scatting and standing positions for vehicles). All audio signal processing shall be achieved in the digital domain and the overall signal to noise ratio from any microphone or line input to any zone output shall be better than 63dB. System configuration and set-up including system alignment shall be achieved through software control via a maintenance terminal.Vol 2 Part 2. In areas where the ceiling height is lower than 5m.5 FFI for stations and. Digital Voice Announcer (DVA) shall be provided for storage of routine and emergency messages (including for vehicle PA system). It shall provide uniform sound coverage of ±3dB.

passengers: they need to be informed about train in alls station’s area and inside of rolling stock. On-board Information is included too. 7.train schedule. Same level will be applied to the vehicle PA subsystem.doc 31 July 2009 Page 298 / 496 . Moreover. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2.1.last train.Station chief: he shall be able to announce any information in the station. The MTTR shall not be longer than 0. .1 Presentation 7.1 Introduction The system shall provide all necessary information to passengers regarding monorail circulation.1. They shall be able to send messages in live (predetermined message. . . It also displays related messages such as the state of train's circulation. .metro rules and regulations. . clock and other information at all stations and useful locations in the monorail network. emergency information. .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .fare details. .7 RAM Requirements The availability of PA subsystem from OCC or stations shall be 99% which is equivalent to almost 4 days of unavailability per year.2 PIS’s users The actors of this system are: .5 hour. destination information and delay information. …) in any station. accident and traffic breakdown to guide passengers through the necessary actions. they advise maintenance staff when an equipment alarm is on. the system shall be administrated from OCC’s location. Passenger Information System (PIS) 7. This system displays messages in the passenger’s area such as: . service closing times.station closed.operators in OCC: they need to supervise the system. especially in emergency case. this system displays emergency messages such as: fire. . Moreover.Riyadh 6.Commercial information. time waiting for 3 next trains in each station.non-stop train. text to speech. 7. All the information is adjustable by parameter from a workstation located in OCC.

1.2 Station announcement Vocal message: few seconds before arriving to the station. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .. • Different styles of textual characters combined with colour (*). A second message shall announce the station when the train is arriving in station (train speed not null).doc 31 July 2009 Page 299 / 496 . 7.1. • Train does not serve LLL. Visual message: When the train closes the doors and starts (speed not null). • Train destination AAA (terminal) • Train destination BBB (loop). • National or international news (*).KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .. • General information (*).2.Riyadh 7. • Next station NNN (when the train is leaving the platform).seconds. This message keeps active up to arrive into the next station’s zone. minutes and . Ex: next station information can be symbolised by flashing a station’s LED on the network line panel and the rest of served stations can be symbolized by switching on fix the station’s LED as introduced later. a vocal message shall have to announce the station’s name.1.1 On board 7.1. (*) Remarque : The announcements inside the rolling stock can be symbolized by another way. the announcement can be executed. Common Function on platform panels and inside panels.1.2. • Economic journey datas (optional) (*). • Time..2.2.2 Minimal requirement functions 7. the minimal functions required are the possibilities to display: On Platform: • Next train in .Vol 2 Part 2. 7. On board: • Station MMM (at the openning doors)..1.1 Next station announcement Vocal message: when the train stops in station after the opening doors.. outside temperature (*).. • Next train to destination AAA (terminus)..2..1.1 Basic announcements From users..1. • Next train to destination BBB (in loop) • Next train is out of service/without passengers. the announcement can be executed... • Predetermined messages (*).1 Announcement conditions 7.1. (*).. • Multi colour moving image with different movement : rotating.

2. the announcement can execute. the announcement of stations not served can be executed.Vol 2 Part 2.1. Even if train does not stop.2.1. 7. suppressing visual media (optional) • Assigning rights and access to users of the system.4 Train is leaving of the station When the train is leaving the station.1.2. • setting active or inactive messages.doc 31 July 2009 Page 300 / 496 . it shall be announced by flashing the line with a distinct colour of characters. • downloading database into interface equipment for visual.1. The requirements for managing the system by OCC’s operator are : • Creating. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .2.1.1. modifying.2. suppressing audio / visual messages by unit or sequence into the database of the workstation.1. 7. modifying.2.2 On platform and gate’s area No automatic vocal announcement is previewed.3 Announcement of station not served Vocal message: When the train stops in station after the opening doors and station’s announcement.1. the announcement has to be cleared. • consulting and archiving alarms. 7. • Broadcasting messages or sequence of messages in real-time to any station / group of stations and on board.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . in function of train service.2. • Creating.1.2 Administration of the PIS Each screen and display which constitutes the PIS shall be controlled by OCC’s operators in terms of equipment alarms.4 Others announcement This category of announcement concerns the general information and commercial information.2. 7. the announcement shall switch on fix with the label associated.2. Visual message: The visual message shall announce the next station served. vocal and multimedia (optional) datas.1.2.2. 7.2. the announcement shall flash with the label associated.1.1. This message keeps valid up to arrive into the next station’s zone. three trains are displayed permanently. broadcasting message.1.1. So if the zone is shared with precedent announcements then this category of announcement can be alternately announced with the precedent announcements.1. 7. If the announcement’s zone is independent then there are no particular conditions out of the parameters of the announcement. There is no specific announcement.Riyadh Visual message: when the train closes the doors and starts (train speed not null).1.2 Train on approach When the train is on approach. 7.3 Train in station When the train is on the platform. 7.1 Time of the train On the displays.

7. • Receiving alarm from the material of the station. 7.4 Technical requirements 7. This is the same for the MMI aspect on the workstation.3 Optional functions 7.2.doc 31 July 2009 Page 301 / 496 .4.3. or metro line).1 On board For the passengers. 7. it can be useful to display the following information: o Interchange with line XX at station MMM (XX can be an autobus line. 7. There is no particular action in this case for the PIS. • OCC’s operator.4. refer to the chapter 6.3.2. the users shall be able to use displays if they are operational. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . • passenger through an emergency button.3 Degraded mode When the normal mode is unavailable.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The OCC’s operator would be able to reserve a predetermined message. The proposal of the contractor shall take into account the telecommunication infrastructure capacities.Riyadh The database can be downloaded from OCC or any station. o Arrival to station KKK in N minutes. 7.1 Architecture The application of the PIS can be on independent server or shared on the traffic server. He shall have no action on visual announcement on board.2 Communication support The contractor shall use the proposed telecommunication infrastructure. • Preventing messages from OCC’s operator on the displays of the station. In the manual drive mode of the train (with a driver) the conductor has the possibility to diffuse a vocal announcement to the passengers on board.4 Emergency mode This mode shall be acted by : • The station’s chief. For the sounding announcement.2 On platform and gates Media information and media ads. The required managing function by the Station’s chief are: • Processing locally to an announcement onto the displays of the station.Vol 2 Part 2. 7. o Media announcement such as ads.

4.2 Parameters The messages shall have to be parameterable on the manner of displaying it. economic indicators A higher priority message shall have to be sent before a lower priority message.3 Performances The time between the validation of the operator action (to send a message) in real time and his reception into the on board equipment (inside the rolling stock) doesn’t exceed 4 seconds.4. the cycle of repetition shall have to be parameterable.5 Language All messages shall be displayed in two languages: Arabic and English.3 Priority of messages The different levels of priorities are defined in order of the higher to the lower as: 1. Time.4 Messages 7.4.4. the speed. Some messages shall be able to broadcast permanently or by intermittence. Moreover.4. 7. In order to obtain a comfortable display. it shall have to display the highest message while respecting the parameters of the message. 7. General information. It shall be possible to parameter it. default parameters are to be forecast. 7. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . If an equipment share on the same display zone different categories of priority levels. Information shall be initiated. The predetermined vocal messages shall be able to be announced in two languages.4. 5. scrolling. wiping. The nature of message shall be visual or/and vocal (trough public address system).doc 31 July 2009 Page 302 / 496 .4. The downloading time of the media into display equipment shall be in accordance with the conditions of the traffic such as the media download can be completely executed before the departure of the train. rolling.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Predetermined messages. 7. following the parameters of the message. the higher priority level message shall have to wait the end of the displaying message to start the new message. The different types of displaying are: flashing.Vol 2 Part 2. A parameter shall permit to interrupt the displaying lower message in urgent case. This requirement is applicable if the telecommunication infrastructures are dimensioned to permit it. The priority can be modified at the need. resolving. 4. controlled and modified live from OCC and locally. The time between the validation of the operator action in real time and the reception of it into announcement equipment in station doesn’t exceed 3 seconds. A higher priority message can interrupt a lower priority message even if the lower priority message is playing (or displaying). In function of the type of the message.4.4.1 Introduction The messages shall be grouped into distinct categories which ones are associated with a priority level. Real-time messages from OCC’s operator 2.Riyadh 7. Real-time messages from station chief 3.

• Send command of activation a media (optional) TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . .To reduce the risks of errors (for example: elimination of the possibilities of incorrect connections. connections).To minimize the risks for the staff and the equipments during the interventions. The maintenance staff shall be able to test through the portable locally connected: • Memory card.4.To reduce the number of the operations of maintenance by the use of constituents (components) with reduced maintenance and by the realization of a modular conception. These requirements have for objectives: . whatever is the level. . • Consult statistics on database’s transfers. copy to/from memory flash. a modularity. • Send command such as switch off the equipment.Riyadh 7. absence of regulation.6 Display locations The displays shall be installed in the way of being readable: . .To simplify the maintenance by an interchangeability. the mass and the limited dimensions of the equipments. erase messages. accessibility. capacity to the cleaning.inside the rolling stock near doors. erase memory.doc 31 July 2009 Page 303 / 496 .5 Maintenance The satisfaction of the requirements of maintainability leads in the optimization of the Global Cost associated with the Maintenance of the System and its System of Support. and a better accessibility. A number of equipments shall be determined and provided to the maintenance staff in case of default equipment during exploitation. • Interface by sending predetermined messages and free textual messages. namely the specific equipments and the benches of test. . auto test. . . 7. points of test.Vol 2 Part 2. Alarms are previously signalled by the OCC’s operator.To reduce the unavailability of the system in duration and to number. The required equipment is a portable to diagnostic equipment in alarm. . • Downloading database from portable.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .To reduce needs to staff of maintenance by ergonomic considerations (for example: identification.at the end of platform. it shall be important to test all of the LED by a simple act of maintenance staff. The value shall be determined later.at the gate’s area. The number depends on the MTBF. . • Send commands of connecting/disconnecting to the server. 7.). For the LED’s display. The connection shall be able to be an RJ45 network interface type or DB9 serial line.4.To reduce the duration of the operations of corrective maintenance by developing fast and safe means of detection of failures and by facilitating the operations of install / uninstall.7 Archive The workstation shall be dimensioned to archive from few days to few months of alarms. • LEDs for a LED’s panel. . This archive shall be able to export to USB support.To limit the need in means of support.

.doc 31 July 2009 Page 304 / 496 .to be able to parameter the PIS. suppress. . . download media (optional) The Contractor shall provide all documents required to ensure these objectives. . TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .5 hour. The objectives are for users: . . modify.to be able to repair the system in a brief delay. The MTTR is 0.PA for sound announcement.6. .PA inside rolling stock to inform passengers. broadcast messages.1 LED’s display The availability should be equal to 99 % at least.Vol 2 Part 2.5 hour.2 TFT display The availability should be equal to 99 % at least. .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .7 Interface The PIS shall interface with: . suppress. 7.6.8 Training The PIS requires training session for operator’s OCC and maintenance staff.Riyadh 7.to be able to administrate the PIS. The MTTR is 0.“Telecommunication” activity for transferring database of equipment and real-time information .to create.to create.ATS for next trains display 7.Signalling system for displaying time waiting. 7.6 RAMS 7. modify.

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8. Telephone
8.1 Functional Description
The Telephone System shall consist of a network of highly reliable state-of-the-art digital telephone exchanges (IPBXs). The IPBXs shall be modern, digital, Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) compatible and non-blocking telephone switching systems. Redundancy for important interfaces/modules such as power supply, processors etc. shall be provided. The IPBX system shall be equipped with automatic self-checking programs operable during normal operation of the equipment. Failures shall be remotely alarmed at the OCC. There shall be no single point of failure within the IPBX system. The IPBX network shall be designed such that there is redundancy and diversity in terms of the communication links between IPBX s for call routing and call establishment. Failure of a single link shall not degrade performance of the Telephone System. Distributed processing architecture shall be provided. A network management and maintenance system for the Telephone System shall be provided for managing and maintaining the Telephone System. The Telephone System shall continue to operate even if the management and maintenance system is taken out of service. An interface shall be provided at the IPBXs for connection of the portable computer for local management and maintenance of IPBX. The IPBX network shall provide interface to the multi-channel Voice Recording System such that incoming and outgoing calls, as may be required by the Employer, are recorded. Sufficient IP telephones, with necessary handset holder (where applicable) shall be provided in the control rooms, offices, administration, operation, maintenance, technical, equipment and staff rooms in the OCC, stations (technical rooms, staff room) and depot (technical rooms, staff room). Each OCC controller position shall be provided with IP telephones. Direct Inward Dialling from, and external dialling to Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) shall be available to telephone extension users of the Telephone System, according to the services/profile defined for the users. The Contractor shall liaise directly with the relevant telecommunications authorities for connection of sufficient external lines. For redundancy reasons, there will be 2 independent links with the PSTN. The IPBX system shall be installed with at least 30% spare capacity, including shelf space and cabling. The grade of service shall be maintained when the spare capacity is brought into service. The telephone system shall therefore be composed of: Automatic (administrative) telephone, for any communication inside the KAFD Monorail Transit Line system or between the KAFD Monorail Transit Line system and the public network, Direct telephone, used for internal operation calls, Intercom system. This designates intercom functions in administrative, operational or maintenance areas. Public telephones for passengers are not considered but provision will have to be done by the Contractor to allow for installing of public telephone in each station platform. These public telephones will not be linked to KAFD Monorail Transit Line IPBX system.

Faxes, based on IP links, will also be installed in different places (OCC building / depot). A phone desk receiving external calls will be placed in OCC building. It will be possible to dispatch all incoming calls to people in OCC building / depot /stations.

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8.2 Operational Requirements
The system shall mainly enable the operational and maintenance staff working in the line (stations, depot, OCC building) to contact the OCC, stations, depot and PSTN (according to defined rights in a dialling number table to built later during design stage). Each room in stations, OCC building / depot, will be equipped with at least a phone (automatic or direct, to be defined later according to the type of use). The main telephone links to be provided are the following but not limited to: OCC control room to KAFD Monorail Transit System companies, bus service companies and other transit operators, Police and Civil Defence OCC control room to key personnel, e.g. General Manager OCC control room to the depot at site or any technical or maintenance room, For stations, direct line telephone(s) shall be provided for two-way communication between the station control locations of these stations, or in the absence of station control location, the OCC according to the Employer’s requirements. Others automatic lines will also be previewed. The particular case of each Emergency Cut Off (ECO) which shall be provided at stations and in the depot. Station ECO shall be non accessible to passengers but only to Civil Defence. The voice communication device supplied within the ECO shall be a rugged telephone connected to the OCC as a direct line. Most of the shunting signals to provide links with the OCC.

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In the OCC building will be located the main IPBX of the network. In all stations an IPBX will be installed. Links between OCC IPBX and stations IPBX will be through by the MSN system. All telephones and faxes are linked to the corresponding IPBX with Ethernet cables (category 5 S/FTP or F/UTP cables at least). To ensure instant, uninterruptible conversations between key points on the KAFD Monorail Transit Line system, a number of point-to-point telephone circuits shall be provided. These may be configured as functionally direct lines in the IPBX system. For centralised operation of the system, all switching equipment shall be operated from the OCC but will be also operated locally in a particular station far from the OCC in case of degraded situations, that is to say to guarantee redundancy when central IPBX is out. An interface with the radio system must exist so that it will be possible to call people a radio handset.

8.3 Telephone Services
The telephone system shall provide internal and external communication. The services provided by the Telephone System shall support all communication types used by modern urban railway organisation and provided by modern professional telephone network. The Contractor shall liaise with all external agencies linked by direct lines to ensure compatibility and connection. Each incoming and outgoing call shall be recorded and time stamped, at the start of the call, with time and date from the master clock system. Further details of information associated with the call such as the identity of the telephone operator terminal, dealing with the call, and the identity of the calling station shall also be recorded. Voice recording shall allow recording during 14 days. All incoming and outgoing communications with the OCC are recorded.

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The telephone system shall be 100% non-blocking for all calls between telephone extensions. For calls to / from the OCC operator positions and the PSTN, the telephone system shall also be 100% non-blocking. The grade of service for calls to the PSTN from any extension enabled for external calls shall ensure that the probability of non-blocking is 100 %. The following services are required: • Simple call (with automatic or direct phone/line) • “back and forth” Call : during a call between A et B, A can answer a call coming from C and then go back to B • Transfer call : A calls B and can transfer this call to C so that B and C are in communication • Automatic call forwarding • Automatic recall • Conference • Interception of call • Voice mail

8.4 Telephone Terminals
8.4.1 OCC Operator Console Each operator position on the OCC control desks shall be equipped with a telephone operator console.

An OCC operator console shall include a display to enable rapid identification of the number / location of all incoming calls and to list the calls in order of arrival. An OCC operator console shall include 2 handsets for automatic and direct calls with the additional facility to enable the plugging-in of a headset. A loudspeaker is previewed (hand free). The display shall be capable of simultaneously indicating a minimum of 10 incoming calls. Calls arriving from direct line connections shall be listed separately, enabling calls to be dealt with on a priority basis. The telephone consoles shall include audio and visual indicators to alert controllers to take immediate action in response to a call. A visual indicator also indicates that there is one or several messages in the voicemail. There will also be a register able to memorize up to ten names and phone numbers. The following services are active thanks to dedicated keys on the phone device: automatic call forwarding, redial, conference A single key press or selection shall be all that is required to select any of the direct lines. Telephone consoles for direct calls present at least 5 selection buttons.

8.4.2 Station Operator Console It will be similar to the OCC Operator console.

8.4.3 Administrative phones They have equivalent functionalities than automatic phones used for Operator console:

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Plugging-in of headset should be possible on the phones. A loudspeaker is required (hand free operation). The display shall be capable of simultaneously indicating a minimum of 5 incoming calls. The telephone shall include audio and visual indicators to alert people to take immediate action in response to a call. A visual indicator also indicates that there is one or several messages in the voicemail. There will be also a register able to memorize up to ten names and phone numbers. The following services are active thanks to dedicated keys on the phone device: automatic call forwarding, automatic recall, conference.

8.4.4 Technical room phones These phones are of simplified type.

For automatic phones, only a loudspeaker and a button for redial are required. For direct phones, only a loudspeaker is required. A single key press or selection shall be all that is required to select any of the direct lines.

8.4.5 Faxes Digital faxes will be provided with following characteristics:

A4 standard paper (no thermal paper) Transmission speed : 3 seconds/sheet at least Reproduction speed (photocopy function) : 12 sheets/minute at least Laser technology Resolution : 600 x 600 dpi at least Memory of approx 30 pages of text in case of paper out or paper jam.
8.4.6 Direct Line Services The telephone system shall provide dedicated direct line voice communication services between key designated locations for high priority / emergency communication

The OCC Supervisor position shall have direct access with Transportation Authority, Civil Defence and Police, and other services to be defined later. Theses important lines must be monitored to detect any problem at every time.

8.5 Technical requirements
The functional analysis shall be submitted by the Contractor for the Engineer’s approval. The main principles are as follows but not limited to: The telephone system shall be capable of handling the traffic which shall be generated by future extensions and ever-growing office automation, The telephone system shall be able to manage voice over IP, specially the telephone communication, and shall be consistent at least with H323 standards, Telephone facilities for operational and emergency use shall be as safe as possible, with a high degree of grade of service.

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The telephone system shall be constructed utilising solid state technology; non-blocking, digital switch operating under stored program control. To allow full operation flexibility, all operation features for each extension shall be achieved through the telephone system by means of software control. No wiring modifications between extensions shall be used. The telephone system shall employ dual tone multi-frequency (DTMF) signalling to telephone instruments. The system shall have at least 30% extra capacity for future expansion, on all IPBX obviously.

8.6 RAM Requirements
Specific performance criteria for the telephone system are as follows: Availability: the system shall be available at all times. To achieve this requirement all main common equipment shall be duplicated, Direct calls are characterised by a very high level of availability; this means that when such type of communication is requested, it must be established in a very short time i.e. less than 2 seconds, Call handling capacity: the system shall be capable of handling a traffic of 0.23 Erlang per extension to give an overall grade of service of 1%, Flexibility: the system shall be flexible in respect of its ability to accommodate changes and expansions without being put out of service, Resilience: the system shall be capable of establishing calls through different routes, to accommodate any possible failure, Maintenance: the switching equipment shall be capable of detecting faults thanks to permanent self-diagnosis. Reliability: in the event of a loss of the power supply to the telephone system, the telephone system shall automatically revert to the last activated user's function, as opposed to a default configuration, without the requirement for any manual intervention once the power has been fully restored.

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9. Intercom System
9.1 Functional requirements
An Intercom System shall be provided to facilitate direct communication between passengers within stations/in vehicles and OCC. Hands free intercom units shall be provided at platform, on vehicles and in lifts or in escalators (or similar). As part of the telephone system, all station platforms shall be equipped with intercom systems to allow communication between the OCC and the passengers upon their request. It will be the same for the lifts and the escalators (or similar). Vehicles are equipped with emergency intercom (PEC). These equipments allow communication between the driver and, if no acknowledgement by the driver, the OCC and passengers upon their request. Emergency Intercom System will be interfaced with CCTV, in station, when passengers call, the function will display the corresponding image on the OCC workstation. in vehicle, the image shall be displayed on the attendant’ desk and if no acknowledgement by the attendant), on the OCC workstation. In any case, it will be recorded in the vehicle onboard recorder).

In this respect, full duplex intercom systems are installed: Inside vehicles at the door level, In the centre of each passenger platform, Inside the elevators and near escalators, Inside the lifts, At each access link to access control device and CCTV (station, depot, operational and technical rooms on line).

9.2 Technical Specifications
The system shall comply with electromagnetic compatibility requirements as stated in the general technical conditions. All equipments must work with IP interfaces. Communications are integral duplex. Ethernet cables, looking like cables used for telephone systems may be employed. When communication is over, call is automatically closed by order from OCC. In stations and trains, intercom will have visualisation equipment (lamp, led, etc.) for call. The signal must be different for call establishment and for established call. Intercom equipments for passengers in stations and trains must be protected against dust, water and vandalism. They will be accessible to disabled people. In OCC, intercom equipments present audio and visual signal to alert operators about incoming calls.

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9.3 Performance Requirements
Calls occurring while another call is in progress shall be queued in OCC operator workstation. A queuing list of up to 10 calls shall be available on OCC operator workstation. A call incoming in OCC will show the location of the intercom equipment that is calling. In the case of “no answer” of OCC operator, after time will be determined with Engineer, a new alarm will be transmitted automatically to centralise level (OCC supervisor). The time to establish a communication shall not be longer than 2 seconds. Verbal messages expressed under normal conditions shall clearly hear. The audio level shall be at least 6 dB higher than the level of the normal ambient noise.

9.4 RAM Requirements
The availability of the intercom system shall be 99.5 % which is equivalent to almost 44 hours of unavailability per year. The MTTR shall not be longer than 0.5 hour. Any hazards arising from the RAMS study and relating to communications shall be addressed in the Detailed Design and shall be subject to the Engineer’s approval.

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10. Voice Recording System
10.1 Functional specification

The Contractor shall provide a multi channel Voice Recording System which shall be capable of unattended recording of all voice communication to and from all control points such as OCC and stations desks, depot control positions, all direct line telephone calls and those originating from equipment rooms, all radio channels, all non-routine PA announcements, all intercom calls. The recording equipment, media and power supplies shall be duplicated; the non-active set being immediately and automatically available should the active set cease to record (hot redundancy, without human intervention). Actually, all data on active equipment are automatically duplicated every day on non-active equipment. Automatic switchover shall be alarmed, manual switchover shall not. All speech communications (telephony, intercom, radio, public address…) involving OCC operators shall be recorded and time stamped through central voice recorder equipment. The recording shall be triggered by voice. The system shall facilitate flexible and easy replay and review at various adjustable playback speeds. Recordings shall be time and date stamped synchronised with the Clock System, and shall be traceable to the controller’s desk and far end location between which the calls took place. The system shall be fitted with two desks. Under normal operation conditions, one desk is assigned to recording, while the second can be used for reading or standby. The system shall provide facility for simultaneous recording and playback operations without affecting the redundancy features of the system. The system shall be used for recording of audio signals in the frequency range from 300 to 3400 Hz. It will be located in OCC building. All recordings shall be in digital format. The MMI will be designed so that it is possible to find a particular communication by choosing date and/or hour and/or type of call and/or people involved in the call, etc. A CD/DVD reader/writer and USB ports will make it possible to export data on CD/DVD or USB memory. The voice recorder shall be power supplied by the OCC UPS. The time synchronisation shall be carried out by the clock subsystem.

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Recording working 24h / 24h Recording capacity: 14 days minimum Track capacity: shall be addressed in the Detailed Design and shall be subject to the Engineer’s approval; Automatic start, Automatic switchover Surveillance system with automatic spare track switchover, Possibility of simultaneous recording and playback of another track.

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The availability of the recording system shall be 99.95 % which is equivalent to almost 4.5 hours of unavailability per year.

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The MTTR shall not be longer than 0.5 hour. Any hazards arising from the RAMS study and relating to communications shall be addressed in the Detailed Design and shall be subject to the Engineer’s approval.

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doc 31 July 2009 Page 314 / 496 . 11.Riyadh 11. technical rooms. It should provides full-duplex. from the OCC.g. It could be also used for Passenger Information System (PIS) data transmission from trackside or station to train if the digital trunked radio system doesn't allow the transmission of such data. Transmission Base Station (TBS) in stations in order to have the necessary transmission coverage. i. In particular.Vol 2 Part 2. can be proposed all along the line. The KAFD radio system will be divided into different subsystems: • One for the operation of the train (data + voice: train alarms. two-way radio communication and limited data transmission capability. limited to the depot area and based on Wi-Fi standard. etc…) • One for the maintenance staff (voice) • One for the operation staff (voice) • One for the security staff (voice) The radio coverage must be 100% along the guidebeam and 98% in station (platform. attendant calls. It shall be possible for operations and maintenance staff. laptop for maintenance) in the depot. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to liaise with the Riyadh / KSA telecommunication authority in order to identify all requirements needed to implement an efficient Radio System.e. intercom. a non standard radio network will be implemented by the provider of the signalling system.2. 4) In option. Voice and data transmissions are required. The Radio System operates on radio frequencies in the UHF 400 MHz band. the Communication Base Train Control (CBTC).2 Functional requirements 11. station master office. etc…) and in the whole depot. Please note that PIS data transmission along the guidebeam or in station stop is not mandatory but can be a plus for the monorail system. the Contractor shall procure and install onboard radio equipment and if require. 3) Depending of the technology chosen for the signalling system. by pre-defined or dynamically created groups and by a general call. a local radio system. It will be used for onboard CCTV transmission from the trains to the OCC.1 UHF 400 MHz radio The radio system shall work 24h/24h.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . concourse. Radio System 11. 2) Independently. station sales office. This band can be moved according to Riyadh / KSA telecommunication authority.1 General 1) The KAFD monorail radio system must be based on a highly resilient digital trunked radio system based on a proven standard and operation. attendants and security staff to be addressed. Half and TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . onboard Public Address. will be used for communications between a dedicated maintenance LAN in the depot and the trains in the depot or some portable equipment (e. from a station or from the depot or the security office: selectively. based on Wi-Fi standard. a local radio system.

). including the vehicle radio communication system. radio command and control panels. at least 8 independent communications shall be able to be set at the same time. controllers.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . To verify this coverage. etc. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The Contractor will have to ensure coverage studies with measurements on site. depot. It shall be possible to get communications between maintenance staff or between operating staff or both without interfering to the OCC communication. The system shall be able to manage up to 30 vehicles in service at any time. a radio base failure must have very limited impact for users. A coverage probability of 98% in space and time over a 100m section in station/depot shall be assumed. A coverage probability of 100% in space and time over the guideway shall be assumed. The Contractor shall study the radio communication possibilities during the most important activities period taking into account worse incident. Text messages can be sent to all equipments used. When it is not done through another radio network. It shall be possible to get communications between security staff and security office and between security crews without interfering to the OCC communication. For all types of call it shall be possible for the called party to identify the originator. However. Actually.doc 31 July 2009 Page 315 / 496 . Redundancy shall be provided for the radio base stations installed by the Contractor (including transceivers. OCC will have the highest communication priority. Guideway. One independent communication can involve 2 or more partners. switches (in stations or central switch in OCC building). Operations and maintenance calls are not encrypted. In this respect. so as to determine the number of simultaneous communication.Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh full-duplex calls are possible. plus the handheld terminals dedicated for the operation and maintenance staff. It shall be possible to call a monorail vehicle by its operational running number or by an other identification number to be agreed with the Employer. such that there is no single point of failure within the Radio System. CPUs. radio coverage shall be provided in all areas of the KAFD Monorail system : stations. etc. etc. They preempt all other calls. The design shall incorporate the possibility to easily expand the capacity of the radio network by adding equipments on site. All security calls can be end-to-end encrypted. Once established the communication it shall be possible for a call to be maintained whilst the portable radio equipment or the onboard radio equipment is displaced along the KAFD Monorail system without any intervention required by the user. signalling and trains data could be transmitted through this network. radio power level will be fixed later. power supply. This coverage is extended to the 100 meters around stations and Guideway for operations and maintenance staff. Emergency radio call shall be able to be transmitted to the OCC/security office from vehicle.

3 Technical requirements 11. If the call is unanswered (driver desk is closed) it shall be immediately redirected to the OCC with the same priority as an emergency call. When needed.doc 31 July 2009 Page 316 / 496 . Free-hand loudspeaker is forecasted. 11. etc…but no access to the operating system for the OCC operator) and gooseneck-mounted microphone or equivalent.2 Wi-Fi in depot The radio system shall work 24h/24h. 1 MB of data must be transmitted in less than 2 minutes at least. All radio sites (e. selections. Recorded on-board video images (if needed) and vehicle data communications shall be transmitted to the OCC by a broadband wireless connection when the vehicle reaches the depot. with the same functionalities than the OCC radio equipments. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The radio system will be interfaced with the IPBX so that it is possible to make calls with the public network or the internal telephone network.2. radio power level will be fixed later. base station. touch screen.g. On board radio system will be redundant. Radio equipments used by OCC or security office staff is based on the use of a workstation with dedicated software (man machine interface with all commands. An emergency button is also required on these desk.3. To verify this coverage. The Contractor will have to ensure coverage studies with measurements séances on site. Transmission links shall be implemented with at least N+1 redundancy. The radio system shall work 24h/24h. A coverage probability of 95% in space and time over a 100m section shall be assured for stations and tracks. The attendant in the train will have access to a radio equipment.2. A hand microphone (or a handset) and a loudspeaker are forecasted.3 CCTV Wi-Fi along the line This is an option. an OCC operator can so have access to all cameras of a train. The calls (incoming and outcoming) with the public/internal network must have the possibility to be forbidden by a simple action of the administrator of the IPBX. The operator console at the OCC shall display any vehicle on which passenger emergency button has been activated. 11. This Wi-Fi network will be used to transmit CCTV frames from trains to OCC in real-time. core network) shall have standby power arrangements that allow for operation of the equipment without mains power for at least 4 hours. the on-board system shall establish a call with the attendant driver desk. located on the driving desks at each end of the train.Vol 2 Part 2. 11. This Wi-Fi network could also be used for PIS data transmissions.Riyadh When an on-board passenger emergency button is activated.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1 General The equipment shall be duplicated or contain redundant circuits.

Any equipment mounted external to the vehicle cab shall withstand in-gauge or outside pressure pulses of 6 kPa (peak to peak) for up to 3 seconds and pressure gradients of up to 100 kPa/s. Redundancy shall be provided for the radio base stations installed by the Contractor.1° C/minute. The on-board equipment shall be able to cope with relative humidity of 100% for short periods. All on-board equipment shall be capable of operating over a standard range of temperatures from 0° C to +70° C. i. 14 days of recording shall be stored.doc 31 July 2009 Page 317 / 496 . it shall be 95 % based on a mean time to repair of 3 hours. shall be demonstrated for the radio system. Passenger Emergency Call device. The equipment shall also cope with 95% humidity for 30 days in the year. or an equivalent agreed with The Engineer. All equipment shall not degrade photo chemically when exposed to solar radiation of Riyadh.99% based on a mean time to repair of 2 hours. electronic equipment used on rolling stock.5%. Mobile to mobile call: 5s.Vol 2 Part 2. other train equipment. Cab radios shall conform to ENV 50121-3 for electromagnetic compatibility. Under normal conditions the handover success rate for calls in progress shall be no less than 99.Riyadh The availability of the UHF radio system shall be 99. The on-board equipment shall be capable of coping with temperature variations of up to +/. The call connection establishment failure shall be less than 1%. Recording shall be seamless 24 hours a day. environmental conditions for equipment. The vehicle radio unit shall provide the radio interface for the trainborn systems that make use of this interface. All on-board equipment shall be protected against shock and vibration in compliance with standards (or equivalent) defined in EN 50125-1 Railway applications. the ITU P800 indication of voice quality based on a mean opinion score of 4 out of 5. For Wi-Fi.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The maximum permissible loss between the vehicle antenna and the cab radio is 3 dB. The maximum call setup time shall be: Emergency call: 2s. Radio equipment installed on vehicles shall be easily interchangeable. During handover a break in communications of less than 500ms is allowed. As a minimum. although the yearly average shall be considered as 75%. equipment on board rolling stock using tests defined in EN 50155 Railway applications. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .e. Vehicle to OCC call : 5s The quality of service of the network shall be such that the maximum blocking rate for calls is 1%. A high level of voice intelligibility is required under normal operation of the radio system. Public Address system.

…).5g.doc 31 July 2009 Page 318 / 496 . mounting of electronic equipment. Standby: 60%. 11.3.2 Hand portables Sufficient hand portables shall be provided to operate and maintain the KAFD Monorail system. individual battery charger and a spare battery.Riyadh The cab radio shall be mounted in the vehicle cab in compliance with EN 50261 Railway applications (or equivalent).Ground-borne noise and vibration arising from rail systems. reception: 20%. .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . EN 50081-2 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) – Generic Emission Standard – Part 2: Industrial Environment. All equipment mounted inside the vehicle cab shall be capable of withstanding the following maximum levels of sinusoidal vibration: Frequency range: 5-200 Hz. All equipment shall conform to the following international standards for electromagnetic compatibility: EN50121 specifically EN 50121-4 Emission and Immunity of Signalling and Telecommunications Apparatus.Acceleration: 2. 100% humidity. All fixed equipment in technical room shall conform to the following international standards (or equivalent) for vibration in a rail environment: ISO 14837-1:2005 Mechanical vibration . mobiles. All fixed equipment in technical room shall be capable of operating in the following environmental conditions: 0 to +60° C.Peak-to-peak amplitude: 5mm. based on the following cycle: transmission: 20%. calls. Multiple unit chargers shall also be provided in sufficient quantity for all spare batteries to be charged simultaneously. An emergency power supply should be provided for on-board radios which will enable the attendant’s radio to continue to operate for a period of 2 hours in the event of failure of the vehicle’s main power supply.Vol 2 Part 2. Acceleration: 1. .Frequency range: 5-1000 Hz. All equipment mounted external to the vehicle cab shall withstand the following maximum levels of sinusoidal vibration: . Peak-to-peak amplitude: 7mm. Variations to this shall be presented to The Engineer for approval.5g. Each hand portable shall be provided with a battery. A workstation will be dedicated to the radio management (definition of all parameters of the transmission system. IP 54 (protection against dust and water) These requirements may be relaxed for equipment that is permanently installed in a dedicated climate controlled equipment room and is subject to room temperature (+5 to +30° ) at all times. hand portables.

The equipment to be supplied shall be electrically safe for users and maintainers. Standby: 90%. at the Contractor’s cost. in the event that the battery fails before 10 years. All installations shall comply with the standards laid down in the Institution of Engineering and Technology Wiring Regulations. All wiring and cabling shall be of the correct type and cross-sectional area for the circuits to which it is connected. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The DC power supply system shall typically comprise rectifiers.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .5 mm. Output voltage shall be a nominal -50V DC (within the range -44V to -57V). The battery shall have a design life to 80% capacity in excess of 10 years with full replacement.Vol 2 Part 2. reception: 5%.5g. Hand portables shall be capable of withstanding the following levels of continuous sinusoidal vibration: Frequency range: 5-200 Hz.3.3 Power supply The DC power supply system will typically consist of rectifiers. Conformance with EN 60950 is acceptable as evidence of this. In the event of battery discharge to –44V. the batteries shall have sufficient capacity to enable hand-portable radios to operate for a minimum of 24 hours in standby mode. plus activity based on the following cycle: transmission: 5%. All cable and wiring shall be terminated in accordance with BS 7671: 1992 (or equivalent). battery with 4-hour autonomy and DC distribution.doc 31 July 2009 Page 319 / 496 . distribution board and alarm monitoring as shown in Figure 1 below. Peak acceleration: 1.Riyadh If the selected products allow this autonomy whilst keeping the hand held to an acceptable weight. The equipment shall provide 4-hour backup at the maximum steady state loading. batteries. 11. Hand portables must have already be used for about 7 years in same condition of use. with battery autonomy of 4 hours. Peak-to-peak amplitude: 7. the battery shall be recharged to 80% capacity within 24 hours.

station platform doors. OCC traffic operators).1 Vehicle Saloon Monitoring The OCC and security operator shall be able at any time to monitor a vehicle passengers’ saloon. relevant CCTV image is sent as alarm to OCC.Riyadh 12. He will therefore defined and submit all necessary vision limitation solution. when Passenger Emergency Call (PEC) device is actuated. Video views from the vehicle saloons shall be recorded on hard drive in vehicle.Vol 2 Part 2. CCTV system displays.2. There shall be no single point of failure within the CCTV System which may result in loss of CCTV surveillance of important areas such as stations. Operating images.1 Generality The CCTV System shall be constructed on pan zoom IP colour cameras. He shall be also in charge of establishing all relevant documents to obtain granting. In the “off line data processing operation” room (see to OCC arrangements specification). recorded video images from the vehicle or from station. Video recording facility shall be provided for each console mounted CCTV monitor for continuous and time-lapse recording of the selected picture(s). Access images. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . communication operators). vehicle driving consoles and (PEC) shall also be covered by the CCTV system. The system shall allow the OCC and security office to quickly and easily select picture(s) from camera(s) in any locations to be displayed on his console or VCP. the relevant saloon and accurately the PEC neighbourhoods. onboard vehicle surveillance. The images shall be inserted on the VCP screen and operator console. It will possible to download “images” in Depot by wireless network and by manually operation in the CCTV Operate room. Vehicle doors. Accordingly.(video play back). 3. detrainment ramps.2 Functional requirements 12. on a relevant screen located on the driver’s desk. These shall be switched to more elevate recording rate automatically by the occurrence of alarm(s). The Contractor shall have to be compliant with Riyadh laws regarding privacy. operation and technical premises on line and depot shall be able to be monitored. Closed Circuit Television System (CCTV) 12. Three types of images shall be provided: 1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 12. the Contractor shall provide a system for remote CCTV surveillance of vehicle interiors.doc 31 July 2009 Page 320 / 496 . 2. Also. It shall correspond to traffic supervision and mainly vehicle management (mainly for drivers. shunting zones and depot…. The system shall give surveillance coverage of passengers in the entire car. If the attendant does not acknowledge the PEC. A separate video playback facility shall also be provided. It shall correspond to the access supervision (mainly for OCC traffic and communication operators) Security images will correspond to ensure visual surveillance facilities to improve passenger and staff safety and security (mainly for OCC traffic. All these images shall be monitored from the OCC room and security office.

platforms: • for drivers. and inspection house area.escalators and lifts. 12. at terminus in arrival / shunting / departure / stabling (or reserve) position. - TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . .4 On line monitoring The OCC traffic operator shall monitor typical areas on line in order to evaluate operating. Accordingly. access to area reserved to Operating staff or to maintenance team. CCTV system shall be provided to monitor: .Vol 2 Part 2. passengers’ safety. Accordingly. CCTV system shall be provided to monitor: depot operations.3 Depot monitoring The OCC traffic operator and security operator shall monitor the whole area of the depot with regard to the vehicles operating. .Riyadh 12. CCTV system shall be provided to monitor all the shunting zones on line and then the depot connecting track. automatic fare collection equipment. .doc 31 July 2009 Page 321 / 496 .emergency Intercom equipment. etc. automatic gates. The CCTV shall cover all key areas such as areas where there are interfaces between staff. buildings…) - 12. . workshops.. vehicles and equipment such as stabling tracks. safety. general security of the passengers.2 Station monitoring The OCC traffic and communication operators and security operators shall monitor the whole public area of the station with regard to the traffic (ridership).2. in each station.. depot security for surveillance of gates. etc. operating transfer tracks. boarding and alighting passengers visualisation. the washing machine area. The purpose is to monitor the presence and the position of the vehicles and the hand manual switches in case of degraded modes. so that the operators can check visually the presence or not of the vehicle.alarms events: door equipped with intruder alarm. perimeter of buildings.areas where money is handled by the public i.2. • for OCC operator in order to evaluate the ridership (waiting and circulation zones) . and security of the staff and equipments. The depot access and security CCTV system shall be able to be monitored from the depot security guard house Accordingly.2.stations access (entrance and exit). depot access for surveillance (cars park.e.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . eventual conflict situation and to anticipate actions. OCC communication operator shall be able also to monitor security and access CCTV. depot infrastructure and to ensure rapid assessment in the event of an alarm. the station infrastructure and to ensure rapid assessment in the event of an alarm.

12. or combination of pictures from different cameras such as for quad display to be presented on any monitor(s). A dedicated image shall include all necessary controls and monitoring to operate the services described in this document part. According to the study of the coverage capabilities in order to reach the functional requirements. commensurate with the operation philosophy proposed by the Contractor. the video recorder associated with the appropriate monitor shall switch to more elevated recording rate of the appropriate picture(s). The Contractor shall provide for the Police a CCTV control console with 3 colour monitors and associated equipment to allow flexible selection and viewing of CCTV camera images on the KAFD Monorail Transit Line. and under various station and vehicle lighting levels.2.stamped. including console mounted monitors. automatic lens flare compensation and automatic external synchronisation lock. intrusion detection. The video switching matrix shall provide facility to allow automatic sequential viewing of all cameras. A video images priority management shall be provided between traffic image. the image of the associated camera shall be shown on the monitor of the controller to whom the telephone line is connected. The video image at this port shall be selectable at the Police room console. All live and recorded video images shall contain text identifying camera location. The input capacity of the switching matrices shall be determined by the number of cameras on the KAFD Monorail Transit Line and allow at least 20% spare capacity for future addition of cameras. cameras shall be simple or with zoom (x3) and motorized (360° view). automatic beam control. OCC and security shall be able to select pictures from cameras at any locations.Vol 2 Part 2. 12.Riyadh 12.7 Cameras All IP cameras shall be equipped with character generators capable of generating at least 16 user-defined alphanumeric characters for identification of the viewed areas. be dated and time.5 Lux.doc 31 July 2009 Page 322 / 496 . including different quad displays on all monitors simultaneously. The monitors shall normally be set up to provide quad display.2. Time lapse recording facility shall also be provided for the Police room.5 Alarms or events CCTV monitor When any intercom. Cameras shall have sufficient dynamic range to operate under varying conditions throughout the day and night.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The output capacity shall be sufficient to feed the required number of monitors with at least 10 spare outputs.2. synchronised with the Clock System. Colour monitors shall be of a screen size appropriate to the ergonomic design. The Contractor shall also provide a video output port. Simultaneously. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . ECO plunger is activated. including bright sunlight. Cameras shall be able to produce usable pictures under a lighting level of 0. The selection of number of inputs (cameras) for sequential viewing and the dwell time of the sequential outputs shall be independently adjustable. The displays shall be flexibly programmable. Cameras shall incorporate automatic white balance. sufficient monitors shall be provided to facilitate effective surveillance of the station areas. security and access images. The same control principles shall be applicable to the OCC supervisor workstation.6 OCC and security monitor At the OCC. CCTV control and monitoring shall be available on the OCC traffic and communication operator’s workstation. automatic iris control. The security video images shall be able to be transferred to the police.

All cameras shall operate under a wide range of lighting conditions from normal lighting level (1000 Lux) to emergency lighting level (0. 4 CIF. Careful selection of lens size and type shall ensure the optimum platform coverage. filters shall be used to reduce glare and protect the camera. dust and vandalism.Vol 2 Part 2. Cameras must be protected from water. if any. 4 CIF on events (any movement detection or alarm occur) TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Images are recorded at 6 frames/second. For this purpose. Actual coverage capabilities shall be demonstrated as part of the Contractor Detailed design and approved by the Engineer. The indications on the OCC console shall ensure that the relevant controllers are alerted and shall enable any appropriate action to be implemented to minimise disruptions to the vehicle service and inconvenience to passengers.2. This particular point will be interfaced with the vehicle active cab when the vehicle stopped at the normal operation stop point.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Cameras are equipped with movement detection which defines the video Recording rate.5 frames/second. All outdoor cameras. 12. Camera mounting bracket design shall allow 70° tilt adjustment.8 Monitoring and Administration The system shall provide fault indication and diagnostic facilities providing details of faults down to card level. Cameras dedicated for the survey of the station/vehicle doors shall be easily adjusted only from a vehicle through a specific equipment to cover permanently the line doors as whole. and 360° horizontal adjustments. Where necessary. Images are seen at 25 frames/second.doc 31 July 2009 Page 323 / 496 . u p or down. All cameras shall avoid facing direct or reflected light sources. This unit shall generate the view of a half platform and transmit it to the video amplifier. They must not be less than 17”.3 Performance requirements Colour monitors shall be of a screen size appropriate to the ergonomic design. This specific device shall be demonstrated as part of the Contractor Detailed design and approved by the Engineer. the system shall report those failures that are likely to generate disruptions to the vehicle service and inconvenience to passengers. 12. shall incorporate automatic light level compensation and shall be able to tolerate panning through the sun without resulting in any degradation in their operation or deterioration to the lenses. Among the monitored system failures. the system shall use the ECMS system. Cameras shall be used to cover a platform.Riyadh The limit of the fixed camera lenses used shall be such that a 1700 mm tall person standing at the furthest point in the required field of view appears as an image which is at least 10% of the vertical height of the monitor on which it appears. 4 CIF at least under normal situation and 12.5 Lux).

The system shall comply with electromagnetic compatibility requirements as stated in the general technical conditions. The MTBF of the OCC and security CCTV system shall be at least equal to 20 000 hours.doc 31 July 2009 Page 324 / 496 .4 RAM Requirements The availability of the station.Vol 2 Part 2. its implementation shall be subject to the Engineer’s approval.5 Lux). he shall provide substantial rationale for such a choice. The availability of the OCC CCTV system shall be 99. trains and depot CCTV system shall be at least equal to 20 000 hours. depot and OCC/security shall take advantage of the network features.7 % for the link between any station and OCC. Delays between the image display and the event which originated it shall not be longer than 500 ms. The system shall be protected against power supply failure by the use of the station UPS. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . It is possible to have access to these storage systems from the “off-line” room to view recorded images thanks to links on MSN. Full motion video images: no jerky effect shall be perceptible by the end user. The Contractor shall ensure that the latest video coding (like MPEG or JPEG by example) standard is used in the design. should the Contractor propose a transmission by means of dedicated network. The MTBF of the station. Any hazards arising from the RAMS study and relating to communications shall be addressed in the Detailed Design and shall be subject to the Engineer’s approval. which is equivalent to almost 26 hours of unavailability per year.Riyadh The onboard video storage capacity shall be 14 days under normal conditions. The system features shall include but not be limited to: Colour: at least 65 000 colours shall be displayed.5 hour. The Contractor shall liaise with the Engineer regarding the coverage area for each camera and shall submit coverage plans to the Engineer for approval. trains and depot CCTV system shall be 99. Video transmission between stations.7 % per station which is equivalent to almost 26 hours of unavailability per year. Digital video transmission seems to be appropriate. the video storage capacity shall be 14 days under normal conditions. 12. In stations and depot. Viewing recorded images has not impact on images recording. The MTTR shall not be longer than 0. All cameras shall operate under a wide range of lighting conditions from normal lighting level (1000 Lux) to emergency lighting level (0. However. Image resolution shall be at least equal to 500 dots per line in the centre as well as on the edges. Anyway.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

Video Broadcast System (VBS) On each platform station. It will consist of one or several TFT or LCD screens.doc 31 July 2009 Page 325 / 496 . a video broadcast system shall be installed. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2. transportation…).KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . A monitoring workstation and VBS servers will be located at the OCC building.Riyadh 13. Visual screen display shall broadcast any information (media news.

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14. Digital Video Recording System
14.1 Functional Description

A video recording system shall be provided for recording all the CCTV video signals which may be useful to analyse later on an operation event. The recorded images shall be monitor from the “off line data processing operation” OCC room. The video recording shall be either on OCC request or performed automatically, either programmed or triggered on events or alarms. The system shall allow simultaneous recording of all monitored cameras. CCTV video signals shall be recorded in “first in first out”. Any default on the recorder system shall be automatically reported to the OCC and Maintenance Centre by ECMS system. It should not be possible to erase a CCTV video signal associated with an alarm associated with vehicle emergency intercom and or station emergency intercom without a special procedure. The system shall facilitate flexible and easy reply and review.

14.2

Technical Specifications

The video recorder shall be installed in the communication cabinet in the technical room. It shall be possible to record and read at the same time without any signal lost. It should not be possible to lose any recording capacity. The system shall be used for recording of video signals in accordance with standards in force. The recording equipment and power supply shall be duplicated. The video recorder shall be supplied by an UPS. Automatic switchover shall be alarmed, manual switchover shall not. The time synchronisation shall be carried out by the clock subsystem. All CCTV recorded signal shall be available at any time for the OCC. The prime recording media shall provide a minimum of 14 days of continuous recording under normal conditions and facilities shall be provided to archive recordings. It is possible to have access to these storage systems from the “off-line” room to view recorded images thanks to links on MSN. Re-reading has not impact on real-time registering.

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Performance Requirements
Recording capacity: Input capacity: Automatic start, Automatic switchover 24/24 hours All CCTV signals shall be recorded with a spare of 20%,

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Surveillance system with automatic spare track switchover, Possibility of simultaneous recording and playback of another track.

14.4

RAM Requirements

The availability of the recording system shall be 99.95 % which is equivalent to almost 4.5 hours of unavailability per year. The MTTR shall not be longer than 0.5 hour. The MTBF of the intercom system shall be at least equal to 25 000 hours. Any hazards arising from the RAMS study and relating to communications shall be addressed in the Detailed Design and shall be subject to the Engineer’s approval.

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15. Fire Alarms
15.1 Functional specifications

15.1.1 Fire alarm system A Fire Alarm System (FAS) shall be provided to detect fire within the OCC building, stations, operating and technical premises on line, depot buildings / premises or houses.

OCC and LFAP shall have all control and monitoring to perform fire fighting. The FAS shall be a centralised and redundant system. Centralisation shall be in the OCC building. Fire detection equipments are installed in OCC building, stations, operating and technical premises on line and depot buildings. Fire alarms are transmitted to a Local Fire Alarm Panel (LFAP) and to the OCC via the SCADA/BMS: In each station (one entrance is equipped for Fire Fighting Service information), To the SCADA/BMS system in the OCC, In Maintenance Centre Chief Office.

Fire detection equipment shall be provided to detect the presence and provide warning of smoke, excessive heat and rapid temperature increase. Fire Detection System will integrate an automatic call function for Emergency Services (automatic dial for Emergency Services). The technical rooms such as Traction Power Sub Station, communications and signal equipment rooms, the OCC and other electronic equipment rooms shall have self-contained fire suppression systems linked to the fire detection system.

15.2

Standards

The fire detection system shall comply with standards and regulation in force in Riyadh at adjudication time. Additional recognised specifications such as NFPA 130, French regulation ITI 98300 and ERP shall serve as reference.

15.3

Fire Alarm system Architecture

A local fire management panel (LFAP) shall be provided in each station and at other facilities such as depot and OCC. It shall give an audible and visual alarm upon receiving any fire alarm signal. Fire detectors are addressable sensor connected to the LFAP. They are selected based on the characteristics of various occurrences. Fire protected areas are defined in accordance with the requirements of fire codes and are divided into multiple zones based on fire and smoke zoning, to facilitate immediate identification of fire locations. Each zone shall be provided with a number of digital addressable fire detectors to allow for the display of fire zones and exact fire locations.
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15.4

Alarm Management

Fire alarm systems provide reliable facilities to transmit alarm signals to the operators in case of fire. In addition, indications are given to the operators when disruptions in the running of the system occur (disconnections, short circuits in the distribution lines, etc). The LFAP shall incorporate the signals of fire alarm/extinguishing/malfunction for each zone, flow switches, fire pump starting, and the on/off status for critical valves of fire piping, etc. The LFAP shall be able to monitor all the above signals transmitted via voltage free contact points. The alarms transmitted to the OCC shall be at least the following: Fire detection equipment failure, Zone in alarm, Zone fault, Detector in alarm, Detector fault.

15.5

Technical requirements

15.5.1 Local Fire Management Panel The LFAP shall have an alphanumeric display screen, which shall provide user definable signals associated with each detection device or zone.

Ground fault detection shall be provided for all circuits. Trouble conditions shall be confirmed by operation of the acknowledgement switch. For any intelligent device activated, the system shall automatically report the status of the device and initiate the sequence of operations specified for that device, i.e., alarm, supervisory, local, general, reporting, trouble reporting only, etc. All power connections, whether AC or DC, shall be separately fused within the control. Light emitting diodes (LED’s) shall be included to indicate system power (green), trouble (yellow), supervisory (yellow), security (yellow), alarm (red), and audible (red). Each LFAP shall be able to receive signals from automatic gaseous agent fire extinguishing system’s control panels (including fire, fault and automatic extinguishing), flow switches, fire pump status (including operating and fault) and switches at critical valves of the fire mains. The LFAP shall be capable of monitoring all the above signals transmitted from the voltage free contact points The LFAP may incorporate the automatic sprinkler or gas system control panel and other fire protection system control panel to act as a compound main panel.

15.5.2 Smoke Sensing Fire Detectors Photoelectric detectors shall be of the spot type activated by the change in scattered light inside a sampling chamber, caused by the larger smoke particles.

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The automatic gaseous extinguishing systems could be triggered by the operation of two interlocked fire detectors. Local control over the automatic gaseous extinguishing system can be provided by its own control panel. Fire detectors inside these zones shall be wired in a redundant configuration to prevent mal-operation of an automatic system due to defective detectors. The fire detection system of the entire area shall include the protective zoning of the automatic gas extinguishing system.

15.5.3 Heat Sensing Fire Detectors Fixed temperature detectors: are activated when the ambient temperature exceeds a preset temperature limit. They can be used to detect the rapid build-up of excessive temperatures.

Rate-of-rise thermal detectors: shall immediately respond if the rate of change in the ambient temperature surrounding the detector exceeds the trigger level. Line type or linear thermal detectors: used where intimate contact is required with an item to be protected, rather than an area. The operating principle may vary from type to type, but the detector is usually triggered when the temperature exceeds a fixed temperature limit. Each section of the line heat detectors shall match up to an intelligent address interface module for use, and shall be terminated at a control panel compatible with the fire alarm and detection system specified herein.

15.5.4 Zoning Requirements With the exception of shafts, staircases and the depot, no zone shall include more than one floor level or exceed a total area of 600 m2 or have any single side dimension in excess of 60m.

Rooms may be combined into one zone provided the following requirements are met: The total number of rooms does not exceed 5 (five), and they are adjacent and have a total combined floor area of less than 400 m2. The total number of rooms does not exceed 10 (ten), and they are adjacent and have a total combined floor area of less than 600 m2. Easily monitored access routes and clear signage in the access routes shall be available. The walking distance required to visually confirm a fire origin, measured from the entrance into the zone, shall not exceed 30 m.

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15.5.5 Mimic Panels Fire detection system shall be provided with fire alarm zoning and mimic panels diagrammatically indicating the fire status of each zone. Mimic panels shall be installed in close proximity to the LFAP and near the major fireman’s access points. They shall indicate all zones, entrances and exits within the station or building in a diagrammatic form. The mimic panels shall be designed and wired to indicate fire alarms and activation of air exhaust systems and fire protection devices on a zone by zone basis as well as fault status information.

Mimic panels shall be made of acrylic, printed with the station or building layouts that fire alarm and automatic fire extinguishing equipment on a zone by zone basis, and provided with lights that indicate the status of fire alarm. Lamp test pushbuttons shall be provided.

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15.5.6 Workstations The technical alarms screen display panel in station and the OCC workstation shall provide dedicated views of the fire detection equipment. Location of the detectors, identification as well as all operational information relating to fire detection shall be displayed.

15.5.7 Audible and Visual Alarm Devices In the rooms protected by an automatic fire protection system (sprinkler or gas), an audible alarm system is installed.

The audible alarm shall be capable of generating a sound level of at least 90dB, and 15dB higher than general ambient noise. The alarm shall last for not less than 60 seconds. In addition to the general requirements for audible fire alarm installations, each room that is protected by clean agent fire extinguishing system shall be provided with an audible alarm, which shall sound in case of fire. The sound pattern shall be easily distinguished from that generated by the fire extinguishing agent release alarm. Visual alarm devices shall be provided in accordance with relevant fire regulations.

15.5.8 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) The cabling shall be consistent with the requirements set for EMC.

15.6

Performance Requirements

15.6.1 Safety Fire detection system shall be designed, manufactured, installed and operated according to fail-safe principles.

The FAS shall comply with NFPA 130 standards and with Riyadh’s fire regulations. The availability of the fire detection system shall be better than 99.95 % per unit which is equivalent to almost 4 hours of unavailability per year. A unit includes the local fire alarm panel with all its services. The availability of the detectors shall be 99.5 % which means that the cumulative time of unavailability of all the detectors of the station shall not be higher than 44 hours per year. The Main Time to repair (MTTR) shall not be longer than 0.5 hour.

Any hazards arising from the RAMS study and relating to communications shall be addressed in the Detailed Design and shall be subject to the Engineer’s approval.

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16. Access Control System
16.1 Functional specifications

The objective of the ACS is to provide an efficient means to monitor and control access to the KAFD Monorail Transit system premises and facilities, including technical rooms, defined areas, OCC and depot The Contractor shall review and propose a state-of-the-art computerised ACS, giving details of the following: Rooms and facilities to be controlled and/or monitored All hardware, software and peripherals, with indication of the locations Locking mechanism with override provision Method of identification and authentication Interfaces to other system Power supply requirements

The proposed system shall be an integrated card access system designed to meet the operational requirements of the KAFD Monorail Transit Line. It shall be a multi-tier distributed intelligent system using the latest state of the art microprocessor technology incorporated at every level. ACS system shall be an integrated card access, intruder detection, and alarm monitoring control system designed to meet the operational requirements of the KAFD Monorail Transit Line. ACS system shall be interfaced mainly with CCTV System, ECMS System and Fare Collection System (the same type of card’s technology must be used for fare collection system and ACS system). In absence of smart card or in degraded mode, access control device linked to an intercom and, CCTV monitor and camera shall be provided. Accesses shall be controlled and monitored from the OCC traffic or communication operator. The depot accesses shall be able to be controlled and monitored from the depot security guard house. The system should be able to detect sensor failure and wire break/ cut. All ACS system shall be synchronised by the Clock System. Different kinds of sensors are used : movement detection, door opening detection, …
16.1.1 Access Control The card shall be a “smart card” identical to or compatible to the one in use in Riyadh for the KAFD Monorail Transit System. It shall support both access control and ticket applications.

The Contractor shall liaise with the Employer in order to obtain the physical and functional characteristic of the “Riyadh smart card”. The ACS shall have the intrusion detection function that control access and monitor entrances and exits to OCC room, equipment rooms in stations and depot. The ACS shall interface with the CCTV System.

16.1.2 Intruder Detection All doors controlled by the ACS shall also be monitored by the system for their open and closed status and lock/unlock feedback status.

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The intruder detection system (part of ACS system) shall include commercially available Sensor Controller with discrete initiating devices to provide supervised monitoring of doors, gates, windows, etc

16.1.3 Management System The ACS shall be interfaced to and integrated with a Management System to administer access within the KAFD Monorail transit system.

16.2

Technical requirements

The system shall be designed such that changes in computer hardware technology shall not affect its functionality. The operating system and software shall be sufficiently independent from the computer hardware such that an upgrade to state of the art hardware shall not require any software modification. The ACS shall provide interface with the Fire Alarm System. The ACS shall automatically unlock all doors in line of the evacuation path of the vicinity in which the fire is detected. The doors shall remain unlocked until the fire alarm system has been manually reset and door lock command has been sent by ACS. An emergency manual unlock system is also previewed. In the event of power failure, UPS shall be provided to all door security and necessary equipment under the ACS. All door security shall be controlled and monitored regardless of any disruption of the power. The ACS server shall be a redundant data base server system with the necessary hardware and software to support the requirements of this specification: The storage system shall have sufficient capacity to store the system event history for a minimum of 14 days. The ACS local equipment maintains a distributed local database for access control and intruder alarm system. The ACS local equipment communicates with ACS server at OCC via multi service network. The cabling shall be consistent with the requirements set for EMC.

16.3

Performance Requirements

Operational requirements are defined in the paragraphs here above. In the event of a system failure, the door locking mechanisms shall be set to default to the fail-safe position. The default position shall be software configurable.

16.4

RAM Requirements

The availability of the local ACS system shall be 99.5 % which means that the cumulative time of unavailability of the system of the station shall not be higher than 44 hours per year. Where access to a room is inhibited due to a card reader failure, a user shall be able to alternatively gain access by means of the override key switch. The system shall provide an alarm indication. The MTTR shall not be longer than 0.5 hour.

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The ACS architecture shall supports standalone operation of the system components. For example, a failure on the multi service network will not affect operation within each station. In addition to the requirements for the ACS to control and monitor the doors described in this chapter, the system shall be designed and installed with a minimum of 50% spare capacity at each station and at the Depot with respect to the number of additional card readers that can be supported.

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TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . telephone switching equipment. Clock system will be interfaced with ECMS system for supervision functions (control and monitoring functions).doc 31 July 2009 Page 335 / 496 . etc. all staffed rooms..1 Slave Clocks Digital and analogue slave clocks are required.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . stations as may be required by the Employer for the efficient use of the KAFD Monorail Transit system. Consequently. depot. The clocks installed in public areas shall be sized. 17. Network Time Protocol (NTP) will be used.Vol 2 Part 2. depot. centralised control equipment. Time signal from the master clock shall be transmitted via the MSN to the daughter clocks at all stations and depot. designed and installed such that they can be read from any position easily. When the primary master clock is down. automatic fare collection and distributed data processing equipment.1 Functional specifications The Master Clock system provides services for time synchronisation to all lines Systems and for displaying time in different places. - The reference time delivered by the Master Clock system shall allow synchronisation of any time display and time stamping of any client system with the single reference master clock. The Clock System includes. minutes and seconds. All OCC equipment shall be synchronised with the master clock. the backup master clock automatically becomes the time reference. a failure on one of the master clock or receiving antenna has no impact on clock transmission. Provision has to be done for including clock time on broadcast video screen if required. The primary digital master clock installed in the OCC shall be synchronised with the Global Positioning System (GPS) time system thanks to a receiving antenna. Such sufficient clocks shall be provided in the OCC. Clock 17. Maintenance Centre. centralised and fully synchronised time reference for all systems throughout the KAFD Monorail Transit Line system.1. A backup master clock + receiving antenna shall be provided. To provide time synchronisation for systems (e.g. data transmission network. Digital slave clocks shall be 24 hour types with displays showing hours. and shall be optimised for all lighting levels. To display time in stations. signalling equipment. ). The Clock System shall provide an accurate. synchronised by the master clock Their functions are: To provide time synchronisation inside the stations. OCC. The primary and backup master clocks work at the same time but only the primary master clock is used as reference.Riyadh 17. Digital clocks shall be provided in all places where synchronous time keeping of the line system is required. but shall not be limited to: Digital master clock/backup master clock + GPS antennas located at OCC Digital daughter clocks at each station and depot.

1. corridors. Depot operation rooms.Riyadh Digital clocks shall be provided as follows: OCC. etc. OCC and depot shall be protected for 4 hours against power supply failure.time accuracy better than +/. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2. Stations (hall. The primary requirement for protection of the system against Power Supply failures shall be to maintain the safety of passengers and personnel in the event of power loss with particular respect to emergency situations that may arise at such a time. The clocks to be installed in the Depot are all analogue clocks (except depot operation rooms as described before) and shall comprise: Classic clocks for offices. analogue clocks will be installed in administrative rooms. Vehicles. showing hours and minutes. The secondary requirement for such protection shall be to maintain revenue-earning service during periods of localised power loss that do not immediately affect the safety of passengers and personnel. The system equipment supplied in stations. Other places shall be fitted with analogue type clocks.1 second per month. which must be legible at a distance of 80 meters.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 17. simple or double sided. halls. 17. double sided. platform.2 Monitoring and Administration The system shall provide fault indication and diagnostic facilities providing details of faults. These services shall be for the use of operation and maintenance personnel. Power supply control room. so that in case of failure. In administrative buildings. it is possible to change the link to the running master clock.2 Performances Requirements The master clock system shall ensure a real . Clocks for the Depot halls. they have to be protected against vandalism. In public areas. down to card level. Maintenance Centre. which must be legible at a distance of 100 meters. slave clocks in OCC room are linked to a box that permits switch between normal and back-up master clocks. Administrative rooms.doc 31 July 2009 Page 336 / 496 . Security room Off line room at OCC When there is no other way to do. CCTV room. Clocks for the siding tracks. chief room and other staff rooms). All digital and analogue slave clocks have to be protected against dust and water.

5 hours of unavailability per year.. antivirus. Any access to internet should be secured with a least a firewall. Software used correspond to market standards. This will be defined during design stage. e-mail system The KAFD monorail will be equipped with an e-mail network. OCC building. In case of link failure with GPS due to receiving antennas.1 second per month during 12 hours. WINS. domain control : users accounts. or master/daughter clock failure. network administration TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . depot. Workstations will be located everywhere on the line : stations. Windows 7. master clocks must continue to display time reference with an accuracy better than +/. Windows 20xx server. in terms of slave clocks.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .. 18.1 Servers Servers are needed for : network services : DNS.95 % which is equivalent to almost 4. Servers will be located in OCC building. namely. 18. without replacing any component. so that people can work on personal computers and can exchange data through e-mails. that has absolutely no link with the first MSN sub-network.doc 31 July 2009 Page 337 / 496 . e-mail : sending/receiving e-mails.Vol 2 Part 2.1 Functional specifications The LAN based network will consist of servers and workstations. In case of link failure between slave clock and master/daughter clock. It is remembered that e-mails are transmitted through the second MSN sub-network. Word . daughter clocks must continue to display time reference with an accuracy better than +/. Windows update. The MTTR shall not be longer than 0. DHCP. slaves clock must continue to display time during 15 minutes for digital clocks and one hour for analogue clocks. resource sharing. It will be possible to limit the web access (Internet). . Exchange. antispyware software. the system shall allow extension of 50 % capability.1 second per month during 12 hours. 18. Any hazards arising from the RAMS study and relating to communications shall be addressed in the Detailed Design and shall be subject to the Engineer’s approval. Outlook. by addition of new modules where relevant.Riyadh As a minimum. antivirus software. equipped with software to exchange data. 17. The different equipments of this network are linked through the second sub-network of the MSN.1. so that only a few workstations can send/receive e-mails outside the KAFD network. backup.5 hour.3 RAM Requirements The availability of the master clock system shall be 99. In case of link failure between master and daughter clock or master clock failure.

It will be possible to print colour/black and white documents. 160 GB ROM.…. 1 network card. 4A. deleting of users rights. RAID 1 and/or RAID 5 will be necessary according to the kind and volume of data stored on discs. powerful processor (2 GHz at least). These printers will be configured for multi-use by workstations. creation. 2 GB RAM at least. his e-mail address. Some performances : A3.4 Administration workstation This equipment will allow to administrate all the e-mail network : set of parameters. All parameters are defined from the administration workstation. etc. This station will look like workstations defined before. is also needed. 18. view of alarms. TFT 17” screen.2 Performances Requirements e-mails will not exceed 10 MB (parameter adjustable up to 100MB at least).3 Printers Last generation laser printers will be deployed in the e-mail network. 2 GB RAM at least and ROM discs in RAID 1 or RAID 5 configuration. 1200 x 1200 dpi for common use Memory : 128 Mo All functions and parameters are accessible thanks to a control screen on the printer. The printers will be combined with a color/black and white scan function allowing users to scan all types of documents.doc 31 July 2009 Page 338 / 496 . 18. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . An antivirus. 18. modification. Fax function could also be added.1.Riyadh They will contain 2 alimentations for redundancy.5 Firewall A firewall is necessary to secure KAFD e-mail network from web. 18. The printers will also present photocopy function. Every user will have a profile that defines his rights.1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . They will also be equipped with CD/DVD read/write peripheral.2 Workstations Workstations will contain : powerful processor (2 GHz at least).Vol 2 Part 2. CD and DVD read/write. 18.… . with automatic update. These printers will accept different print formats : A3. log files.1.1. A4 paper with a reserve of 500 sheets at least Print speed: 12 pages/minute at least Photocopy speed : 20 pages/minute at least Resolution : 600 x 600 dpi at least.

The rooms provided in the station to accommodate telecommunication equipment are in a dusty environment and are air conditioned. and between subystems.3 RAM Requirements The availability of the servers and firewall shall be 97 % The MTTR shall not be longer than 0. Therefore highly reliable physical communication equipment shall be used in an architecture providing the highest availability. the manufacturer may request a waiver of the dust and rain-proofing requirements. 19.2 Interface requirements The communications subsystems as described in the above chapters require a high level of availability. if the equipment must be ventilated. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1 General Conditions Environmental criteria and basic ambient conditions Height above sea level: < 100 m Temperature: Max ambient temperature: Min ambient temperature: + 47° C + 7° C For other conditions.3 Protection against Risks The equipment shall be sturdy and suitably protected against corrosion according to the requirement set up in the General Specification.doc 31 July 2009 Page 339 / 496 . In general. All equipment shall be capable of operating in a dust-laden atmosphere. refer to Electromechanical Performance Specifications 19. showing the advantages over a multi-service backbone principle. the equipment shall be protected against the ingress of insects. so that all functions can withstand the loss of one device without being reduced. The Contractor may submit other solutions.Vol 2 Part 2. Any hazards arising from the RAMS study and relating to communications shall be addressed in the Detailed Design and shall be subject to the Engineer’s approval. The many interfaces between equipment of a subsystem. require all the equipments to be synchronized. In this case. 19. The Contractor shall submit a highly reliable and easily maintainable synchronizing solution. Communication System Performances 19.5 hour.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . A backbone loop-shaped multi-service communication network is the most common solution to reach the common communication requirement.Riyadh 18.

considering the amount of equipment to be installed in a given room it is necessary to select fans consequently.doc 31 July 2009 Page 340 / 496 . The Contractor shall schedule the connection of equipment to the earth circuit. In the response. For all metal parts. 19. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . stainless steel shall be preferably used. Generally speaking. UPS. the Engineer or his representative shall monitor product quality and the care taken in construction. Generally speaking. all non-galvanised metal parts are supplied after the Contractor has applied a coat of paint.g. Earthing shall be provided in accordance with the general technical specification and approved by the Engineer.4 Design and Construction Rules Non standard equipment is rugged and appropriately treated against corrosion hazards. Materials used in the manufacture of different equipment must be self-extinguishing even if they are not inflammable. In particular. supplies shall be of professional quality. Installations visible by the general public or operating personnel must be integrated in to the general architecture of the rooms involved and be in accordance with the general appearance and aesthetics (the Contractor promises to take into account the directives given by the Engineer with regards to aesthetics). All supplies must be made of new materials and new parts. scheduled for the completed installation.Riyadh However. In technical rooms. During manufacture and assembly.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2. However. location of faults and quick return to service (by standard replacement). the sound level requirements are less severe. following a ventilation failure). Earth circuits shall be independent for electronic systems and switchboards. The use of standardised components shall be a first choice so as to make the installation as open-ended as possible. Equipment shall not be sensitive to vibrations caused by running vehicle sets or others. Principles and materials must be carefully studied (breakdown into functional components) to facilitate maintenance. All workmanship shall be in accordance with good work practices and shall observe standards in force for professional construction work. components for which the initial design has been modified during finalisation tests shall be replaced at the end of these tests by new components. Earth wiring and especially cable shielding wiring shall be studied and implemented with the greatest possible care. In the OCC and NOC the background noise level corresponding to powering of all equipment. Materials must not propagate flames or discharge appreciable quantities of smoke or poisonous gases (toxic or corrosive gases) when exposed to high temperatures or to flames. critical telecommunications systems (e.g. shall not exceed 45 dBA.) shall be able to cope with unexpected rise of temperature (e. Local cables provided by the Contractor must be classified non-flame propagating. Paint composition and colour shall be approved by the Engineer. the Contractor shall specify the installation operating conditions. etc. Multi Service Network.

Equipment shall be integrated into a 19 inch rack with front loading of cards.Riyadh To obtain good availability of equipment. For the software: Easy incorporation of minor changes to correct errors and to modify functions with regards to original requirements. the racks shall be installed on cradles. Use of quarter turn screws is recommended for mechanical attachment of subassemblies. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 19. accuracy of failures automatically reported. access to racks is only possible by the front and the slide-out unit should be mounted on swivel frames or any other type of device preserving accessibility to wiring. the high safety level is provided by: Very high redundancy or monitoring of the transmission signal. Use of components offering confirmed guarantees and a quick source of replenishment. In rooms provided with false floors. None dedication of peripherals.5 Safety and RAM Even though the highest possible safety level is implemented on site. Verification of the coherence between relays operated and the address of controls requested prior to effective operation of the remote controls. These precautions represent the minimum constraints required. Cabinets are secured to the ground and heavy equipment (for example power supplies) are mounted in slide-in units. the installation structure shall observe the following rules: Modularity and independence of equipment when the functions performed allow this. Equipment inter-changeability (standard replacement of cards without requiring special tools for adjustment).Vol 2 Part 2. For remote controls. the telecommunication post regularly performs functions affecting safety to a varying degree. Detail level. equipment in the rack must be sealed from running water accidentally falling vertically and be protected against dust (air intake filtering for ventilation). Subassemblies and components are accessible and easily interchanged. in English and in Arabic. Documents and descriptive manuals easy to understand and complete. System maintainability is related to the following criteria: Functional modularity of equipment.doc 31 July 2009 Page 341 / 496 . i. Certain workstations. from the operator standpoint. Program documentation. breakdown of the installation into single functional subassemblies with judicious incorporation of reliability and spare part cost factors. Accessibility to parts on electronic cards. Confinement of changes and effect of errors to a limited area.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . In the station.e.

the address must be coded on a fixed part so that the replacement of this card cannot entail wrong addressing. Cables are round and shielded (no flat cables) and. inputs. During any transitory operating mode related to repair (cut-off of power. are fitted to connectors or connection terminal strips. All on/off inputs are fitted to distribution connectors mounted as an interface between the card connector and the terminal strips (allocation to be defined during study). it is necessary to include one or more positioning systems. Address coding must be made in such a manner that it cannot be inadvertently modified. in all cases. 19. 19. this equipment must be connected to the fixed frame by means of removable flexible bundles. linking is provided with jumpers mounted in plastic channels. These positioning systems must be made so as to make wrong connection between several component parts of the equipment impossible. The subassembly consists of functional components providing for easy reconditioning by standard replacement. whether during assembly or during maintenance work. The screwed side is of easy access from the front door of the rack. as described in this specification. in given equipment item. Each subassembly is fitted with all indicators required to control its good operating status (including circuit breakers and fuses) which enable. For accessible cards. fuse blowing) no wrong information should be sent by this system. If there is the possibility of confusion.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . between two or more component parts. easy detection of failures. All electronic cards must be designed for operation on an extension card. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . standard and interchangeable connectors are used. The greatest number of connection points with is in-plant manufactured so as to facilitate on site assembly and limit possible errors. Repair work by a standard replacement must not require any additional adjustments either on the modules or the cards replaced as well as on the remainder of the installation. If equipment is mounted in sliding units. Cable junctions (sleeves) are prohibited.Riyadh 19.6 Connections Whenever possible. Electronic cards of the same type are interchangeable and do not require any technical interventions.doc 31 July 2009 Page 342 / 496 . Channel strips are protected against accidental metal contact.7 Ease of Maintenance and Repair The following information mainly applies to non-standard equipment to be designed and developed by the Contractor.8 Electrical Protection of Circuits All mains in-comings may be considered as being protected against short circuits by means of the equipment upstream circuit breaker. Between the remote transmission terminal strips and the interface terminal strips in the workstation. disconnection or reconnection of the unit.Vol 2 Part 2. in the event of a fault.

In his response. RAM test as background task. All cabinets present a general circuit breaker.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Calibration shall be sized so that occasional over-voltages that the equipment can support shall not entail blowing of fuses or triggering of circuit breakers. 19. In particular. Apparent parts of power supply connections (230 V) shall be protected with covers. to the Engineer. Automatic diagnostics of failures shall be cyclically activated and shall make it possible to control the good operation of certain peripherals and components. etc. independent circuit breakers shall be used wherever that is possible (thermal stop circuit on a base with a triggering pushbutton). TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Wherever possible.9 System Self Monitoring The system performs permanent self monitoring in order to detect any incidence affecting it. the Contractor shall be responsible for the following: Protection of the various circuits so as to provide maximum independence.Vol 2 Part 2. Protection against over-voltages. Memories (RAM test at initialisation. there will be one circuit breaker for each Telecom system described in this document at least. Alarm and power on displays shall be via light emitting diodes (LEDs).Riyadh On the other hand. Each anomaly detected during these tests shall be displayed locally by an indicator or by any other display device on the equipment as well as in the OCC at the NOC on the alarm centre dialogue device.doc 31 July 2009 Page 343 / 496 . The use of magnetic . These test procedures shall also be activated on request from the OCC or from the station (good operating check after repair without calling up the OCC). The temperature with automatic stopping in the event of operating threshold overshooting (thermostat operating directly on the power supply). - No circuit breaker shall be common to two or more units likely to provide autonomous service. A self test shall be activated. Apparent parts of connections (terminal strips. The number of circuit breakers shall be limited to the minimum compatible with: Maintenance facilities. check board.thermal circuit breakers is strictly forbidden. he shall specify all his projects in this domain. Input/outputs (parallel/series: link monitoring). any other tests he considers useful. Sockets will be previewed in technical rooms and in each cabinet. Monitoring shall more especially cover: System power supplies (including the 230V). The software (hardware and + software watchdog). Safety. terminal plates) must be protected against short circuit hazards caused by awkwardness.). inputs and outputs). This list is not comprehensive and the Contractor is free to propose. the Contractor shall take all necessary precautions to ensure galvanic insulation of circuits so as to prevent feed-back of potentials which could prove dangerous to the low-power equipment. In technical rooms. especially during power up (memory test.

Riyadh Any anomaly or event useful for failure diagnostics shall be time dated and stored: I/O status changes. Power supplies shall be standard. circuit breaker. terminal strips) shall be marked with their name on the front side. as a function of the drawing records. In this manner. Technical alarms.doc 31 July 2009 Page 344 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .12 Power Supplies Power supplies shall be sized to take the maximum capacity of equipment into account (reserves included) and correctly protected (cut-off in the event of output surge. a "scotch-call" type marking shall be glued to the inner-side of the door. Each terminal. wire end. on-site interventions in the event of expansion are limited as far as possible. Voltages must be accessible via test terminals. power supplies. fuse. This equipment plan shall specify the exact identification and location of the various subassemblies mounted in the cabinet (cards. Beyond this 20% limit. expansion shall entail the addition of an entirely wired expansion rack or an additional cabinet. Connectors shall be coherently marked (male side and female side). In this manner. fitted with screw terminals and fuses or circuit breakers. System faults. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . power supplies. relay. the miscellaneous components (cards. easy to procure from the standard market. outside the cabinet. 19. pushbuttons) and racks located inside equipment. 19. In each rack.11 Rack extensions Racks installed are fully wired in the plant to maximum capacity and must be suitable for an immediate expansion of at least 20%. shall be marked. indicator. In this case. The etiquettes must be “dilophane” or metallic type or equivalent type. Especially. test point. connectors.10 Markings All components shall be carefully marked and clearly identifiable at assembly and at subassembly level. cables shall be marked with the number given on diagrams. very easy to remove and of easy access. terminal strips). 19.Vol 2 Part 2. Power supplies shall be separated from the electronic part and correctly isolated. Adjustment systems shall be accessible when the power supplies are in operation on the system. expansion shall be limited simply to the addition of a card (within the 20% limit). This description especially applies to equipment with a front panel fitted with devices (indicators. over-current protection). Within the 3 following days it shall be possible to resituate the above information on request and via an appropriate dialogue (status consignation function with on-request printout). Other events to be defined during the analysis. connectors. For equipment mounted in the cabinet. a label shall be placed so it is possible to determine to what category the equipment belongs and give its number or its name.

They have to be protected from the aggressions from fauna (ex: rodents) and flora (mould). The cable international standard selected. Chemical resistance (bases and acids). Grouping factor. Overload withstand ability. Soil thermal resistively. Flammability. between the stations. in and outside the stations. Termite and pest repellence. Ultra violet and infra red light resistance. Design current and growth. and inside the depot.) shall be submitted to the Engineer for approval. Their behaviour with fire must be compliant with the following standards or equivalent used in a major railway network: IEC 60332-3 (fire) IEC 60-332-1 (flame) IEC 61034 (weak emission of fume) IEC 60. Cyclic load. These conditions shall include. the following: Ground and duct temperature. Unbalanced load conditions. shall be of “outdoor type”. but not be limited to. All cables shall be cables complying with recognised international standards for low corrosive and acid gas emission and flame retardant. Installation method. will be laying inside metallic cable tray TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Duration for maximum short circuit current. shall list the corresponding requirements. cross-talk. Harmonics content.754-1 and 2 (fume without halogen. Electromagnetic interference screening. Nevertheless. armed cables must be the basic solution. etc.doc 31 July 2009 Page 345 / 496 . Resistance to effects of submersion in water. Depth of laying. Cables used along the line.Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Ambient air temperature. Power factor. located at the OCC’s technical room.13 Cables and Connections The cables characteristics (bending radius. The maximum continuous current-carrying capacity. not corrosives) Telecommunication cables ensuring the connections between the equipments located in each station with the central equipments. the maximum permissible conductor temperature and the factors for determining such rating and temperature and physical protection for all cables shall be based on recognised international standards and on the conditions anticipated on site. Voltage and frequency fluctuation. Permissible maximum voltage drop. Mechanical protection against attack by rodents for non-armored cables. Presence of neutral current.Riyadh 19.

Power cables serving equipment essential for emergency operations during fire conditions shall be fire resistant cables designed to maintain circuit integrity under fire conditions. Cables shall be suitable for continuous operation in the Saudi Arabia environmental and climatic conditions Cables or wires in factory assembled equipment racks and also in equipment module interconnections housed in self contained and fire compartmentalised spaces within the OCC and the Depot are exempt from this requirement.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . trucking or conduit as may be appropriate to the layout and equipment. all wires. cable or cable cores at the feed end only. shall be individually identifiable. and take into account any such degradation when sizing such cables. cables and cable cores. Proposals for joints in cable runs between stations shall be submitted to the Engineer on an individual basis.Vol 2 Part 2. Any joints and connections shall be located such that they are readily accessible for maintenance purposes. These cables shall be resistant to flame temperature of 950 degree C for 1 hour minimum and to water spray. terminal blocks and terminals shall be identified where practical to enable safe and efficient maintenance practice.g. Any joints or connections in cable runs shall not be permitted within enclosed conduits and trucking.doc 31 July 2009 Page 346 / 496 . The Contractor shall only propose the use of cables or wires that have been in use in comparable applications and shall have a service life expectation of at least 40 years excluding those cables installed in passenger vehicles. Tail cables running along the track-side shall not have any jointing. Other connections from main cabling runs to equipment located on the track-side shall be made via disconnection boxes and tail cables. cables. The Contractor shall take all necessary steps to protect exposed cabling from deterioration due to the effects of solar ultraviolet and infrared radiation. Cables through wall or floor openings. then a minimum of 20% spare wires shall be run with the active wires. As an exception to this. Wires. Within equipment racks and equipment modules. in situations where radial daisy chain or ring main circuits are to be run in their own dedicated duct (e. inside ducts or trucking shall have fire barriers installed to maintain the required fire rating. DC cables shall be connected directly to the respective equipment. it shall be sufficient to identify the wires. lighting circuit). with a protection against the sun. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . or if the control wiring runs exceed 15m. which are individually terminated on terminal blocks. Conductors of power and control cables shall be copper complying with recognised international standards. cable cores. Where control wiring is run in a conduit not readily accessible. Cabling shall be neatly run and fitted in brackets.Riyadh installed at track beam level.

jumpers or equivalent) which are easy to operate and invariably provide excellent contact. 19. Between the cable terminal blocks and the distribution points of the elements.15 Cabinets All cabinets installed shall be 19 inch standard racks fitted with: An internal lighting system. high temperature. Traction Power and Signalling cables 19. a tool dropped by a worker).14 Technical rooms The communication technical room equipment shall house all interfaces and signals processing equipment as : • Multi Service Network interfaces (optical fibres terminal equipment. A system of environmental temperature control will maintain the communication equipment in the temperature (and humidity) range required by the manufacturer of such equipments. Technical rooms will be protected against dust and water. PVC insulated with flame retardant white circular PVC over sheath. Video multiplexers / display/ recorders) • Public Address audio switch units. A intercom jack and a telephone jack. …). Telecom Cables shall be segregated physically from Power Supply (High and Low voltage). • Telephone: PABX / IPBX. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The wires for these connections shall be of the same size as the wires of the corresponding cables. The traction centralised control cable terminal blocks shall be protected (with built-in or added protection) against all unintentional contact with external metal (for instance.Vol 2 Part 2. multi-stranded copper conductors.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Amplifiers. Master Video switch. A back-up system for the power supply of the equipments will be designed for duration of approximately 4 hours. Each terminal shall be replaceable individually if necessary. They will be about 100 m². The terminal blocks of the cables for the traffic and traction centralised control system shall comprise cutoff straps (of the blade type.Riyadh Flexible cords shall be 450/750V grade. The cables shall lead to distribution terminal blocks. multiplexers. • Radio system • etc … All technical room accesses shall be under a control access system. 230 V plugs protected by a differential circuit breaker. • Video equipments (Patch panel.doc 31 July 2009 Page 347 / 496 . A file holder for the documentation. connection shall be via connecting wires laid in plastic chutes or flexible cables.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 20.2 Element Management It shall be possible to monitor. It shall be possible to monitor any degradation in performance of systems. The failure of an element manager shall not cause failure or disruption to the normal operation of the systems. maintain and administer systems from NOC. easy to replace). Monitoring facilities shall be provided to enable the operational performance of equipment to be verified. including any proprietary software. The equipment shall provide a visual indication that the equipment is working correctly.16 Electromagnetic compatibility All equipments must be able to work in a classical railway environment. Fans shall be mechanically protected. It shall be possible to monitor the performance of the system and to obtain statistics of key performance indicators in order to carry out analysis of system. Safeguards shall be put in place to ensure that unauthorised access to the network is not possible.1 Requirements It is required that the majority of faults are rectifiable by swapping out the appropriate line replaceable unit. The Contractor shall indicate any item that cannot be fully rectified by a “Level 1” technician within 1 hour of arrival at the site with appropriate spares and tools. It can be assumed that all technicians will have a standard laptop PC. 19.Riyadh Standard key locks. The application of a short circuit condition to any external monitor point shall not adversely affect the performance of the equipment. Racks fitted in cabinets shall be sturdy. Protection measures about electromagnetic compatibility will have to be taken when necessary to guarantee that systems work satisfactorily. Operations & Maintenance All systems and subsystems are concerned by this chapter. The equipment shall provide a visual indication on any card where failure has been detected to aid replacement by a technician.Vol 2 Part 2. The Contractor shall state any additional software and/or hardware necessary.doc 31 July 2009 Page 348 / 496 . with low insertion rate connectors and interchangeable coils. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 20. racks shall be sealed from water accidentally falling vertically and protected against dust (filtered air indents with generously sized filters. removable and easy to interchange. 20. In stations. The equipment shall have an interface allowing local maintenance access.

Vol 2 Part 2. Contractor’s recommended quantities of spares for the first year’s maintenance.3 Guarantee Equipment shall be warranted for 12 months from the date of commissioning of the equipment at site. 20. Despatch of replacement units within 8 hours of notification (priority response). 3. including custom devices. The Contractor shall give notice of withdrawal of any spares 24 months prior to the cessation of their availability.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .5 Maintenance Technicians Three levels of corrective maintenance are proposed: 1. Actually. 2. Contractor’s recommended quantities of spares for subsequent year’s maintenance. Remote assistance using secure access to management systems. the design life shall be a minimum of 20 years. The Contractor shall give a commitment on the future availability of all equipment and site configuration spares. Transmission links shall be implemented with at least N+1 redundancy. These are required for a minimum period of 10 years. there will be a repair part at least in the spare stock. Equipment shall be duplicated or contain redundant circuits. The Contractor shall provide a proposal that is consistent with the above model. TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .4 Spares and Equipment Repair Spare field line replaceable units for constituent equipment shall be offered as follows: Contractor’s recommended quantities for commissioning spares. The Contractor shall provide equipment repair services. 20.Riyadh 20. for any equipment on site. Provision and installation of hardware and/or software upgrades. The Contractor shall indicate any consumable spares required for maintenance of the equipment. Attendance on site.6 Design life Unless stated otherwise. Level 1: first line technician under direction from the network operations centre. Level 2: if a first line technician cannot resolve the fault it is escalated to a team of system engineers who have a broader knowledge of the radio and other systems. Level 3: The final stage is the equipment supplier and comprises: a) b) c) d) Remote assistance to the network operations centre.doc 31 July 2009 Page 349 / 496 . on the basis of: Repair and return within 20 working days (standard response). 20.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Technicians providing 2nd-level support.Vol 2 Part 2. Including: Equipment serial numbers Equipment hardware and software versions Manufacture date Delivery date Recommended routine maintenance requirements 20.doc 31 July 2009 Page 350 / 496 .8 Software maintenance Until such time as the network is fully commissioned. the contractor shall include for any software upgrades as a result of corrective action a phased introduction of services. as an option.7 Asset Management The Contractor shall provide detailed equipment and configuration information for asset management purposes. 20. Technicians involved in moves/changes Network operations centre personnel engaged in faulting activities Network operations centre personnel engaged in moves/changes (including software) Network operations centre personnel providing 2nd-level support Design staff adding to/modifying the network END OF THE DOCUMENT TELECOMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS (3270) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The contractor shall support the system as commissioned and accepted whether or not further software upgrades are implemented.9 Training The Contractor shall. provide training appropriate to the following personnel groups: Technicians faulting equipment on site (level 1).Riyadh 20.

Number Family Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.B.B. Revision: A1 Name Date Signature Prepared by Steve Bokilo 28 Jul 2009 Checked by L.TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 2 . S.Riyadh Revision Date Subject of issue / Revision Author A0 A1 16/06/2009 28/07/2009 First issue Revision according to Hill Intl comment S. .PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Title: AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS SYSTRA PHB PE SYS AFC 3280 T A1 Document number: KAFD Project Transmitter Phase Type Discipline Subject Doc. / O.B.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Bouhier 28 Jul 2009 Date: 31 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 . Fontaine 28 Jul 2009 Approved by O.

....2 AFC system provider......................................4..............................................................................4............................2 Traffic forecast .................... 369 3.......4.........................9 Transport Service provider .........................2 Stored Value Ticket (SVT).............................. 356 1........................................................................................................6 AFC Ticket Sale agent ........................................................................................................................................................................ 363 2.............................................................3 Fare Structure Evolution ................................................................................1 KAFD NETWORK .....................................................Fare structure impact .................3................................................. AFC FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS........................................ 361 1........................................................................................................................ 370 3.............................................. 365 2............................................4..................4 ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS ...................................... 370 3....... 370 3.................5.................................................4............................................................1 Customers .................. 365 2....................3...............3 TYPES OF TICKETS ...4.....................................................................3 GENERALITIES .1 General ...........................................................................................................................................................................................3 Fare Collection Area ....................................................................................... 363 2......................................................... 367 3.................. 370 3.........4............1 Equipments outside ...... 361 2...........3.........2 Pricing policy...............................................2 Definitions............3. 371 3................................................ 356 1..... 365 2.................2 Operating Philosophy .....................3 Equipments in computer technical room...............3..4 ACTORS .......................................... 371 AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ............... 368 3............ 365 2.................................................... 364 2....................3 FARE STRUCTURE AND PAYMENT ..................................2 OTHER TRANSPORTATION MODES ......................................................... 364 2........ 358 1..........................................................................................1 Single use Tickets (SJT) ......................................................................................................................3..................................................................................1 Tickets and Contactless card Norms and Standards........................................................................................................................ 371 3...............................................................................................................1 Basic Requirements......................................................8 Public transport authority – PTA........................... 370 3............4..............................................................................................4..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Vol 2 Part 2..........4...3 Pass and season Ticket ........... 357 1.................. AFC CONTEXT ................................................................................... 370 3........ 370 3.......1 TICKET TECHNOLOGY – TICKET MEDIA ......................... 369 3...3.................................1................. 368 3............. 366 3....................................................4..........1 Monorail line main characteristics................................................................................................................3...................................4............. 356 1............................................................................ 355 1...5 AFC SVT application provider ..................................1 Glossary .......................................... 364 2.....................................................................................1 PROJECT BACKDROP ...............................................................................2 RANGE OF TICKETS .... 369 3..........................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1...............................................3.........................................................................................1.....................................................................................5 STANDARDS AND REFERENCES ......................... 371 3................4 AFC card issuer ..................4.............................................................................. 364 2......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 357 1.............11 Remarks on actors...... 369 3..................................................3 AFC system administrator ................................ 357 1.......................doc 31 July 2009 Page 352 / 496 ................ INTRODUCTION – GENERALITIES .................................... 363 2...... 363 2..7 AFC system operator and maintenance ...............................................................................................................4. 357 1...................4 GLOSSARY AND DEFINITIONS ..............................................4.................4..................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ....................10 Controller – enforcement ..................................................................................................................................................2 PURPOSE OF THE DOCUMENT .................................................2 Equipments in station or city office......................... 355 1........................................................................................................................... 370 3........

........................................4 OPERATING PRINCIPLES ...........................................2................................................14 4..................2 Authority Management.............2.................................................. 384 5......................................................6 COMMUNICATIONS AND INTERFACES .......7 3........................................................................ 376 Activity reports and Statistics .....................2 Security of cards transactions......373 Customer with non-functioning card at exit ..............................................................5........372 3.................. 385 5....................................5........................5....... STATION EQUIPMENTS (LEVEL 1): ............................................................... 380 4................................................. 385 5..373 Customer using the card for exit (valid card) ......................................5..............................4 3........5 PROCEDURE WITHOUT NETWORK .. 375 Cash Fund collection ...................................................................1..................................................................................................... 376 Fare evolution....................................... 377 AFC FUNCTIONAL AND GENERAL ARCHITECTURE........................6....................5....................2................3 Cards Personalization ........................ operation and maintenance.........................................................372 Customer using the card for boarding (valid card) ....................................... 381 4......................1 Interface 0-1 – Media-Equipment ................................4 DEVICES.....11 3................. 384 5....................... 381 4.......................................4 3......................3 THE STATION LEVEL CONTROLLER SCU (LEVEL 2): .........................8 3................... 384 5................................... 372 3........................................................5.............................3 3.................................................................................5........................ 385 5......................3 Interface 2-3 –SCU-AFC Central Server .................................................................5 3.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ...... 386 5...............5.................................................... card (After Sale Support)....................Riyadh 3.........................................Vol 2 Part 2.................................................... 381 5......... Management of special transportation events .. 386 5....6 3...........................................................................................................5.......................................................................................................1 3...........................................................6 3............................5...................................................................................................6 Card Out of Order ........374 3.......5 Card Information Display to Passengers..................................................................................6................................................................................................................... 379 4...................................................................................................................... 381 4.....................................................................10 3.............1 3.....................................................................................................................................3...1......................................................................................4............................................................................................................................ 375 Smart Card image.............................................................................. 376 Operations and Maintenance............................................................ 385 5................................................................... 372 Buying the SVT card............................................................9 3..............................................................................................................................................................372 Leaving (exit) the network .........................................................................................5 3.. 380 4.... 386 5..............................................................................5............ 385 5...............................................................................5...............................................5.................................6............. 385 5...................................................6.....6..................................................................... 378 4...........................4 Control .....2...............................................373 Customer using the card for exit (invalid card or invalid trip)......2..............5.... 372 3....................................5 MEDIA – CARD (LEVEL 0):................................6..1 Security of Cash and Valuable Equipment...................3.....6................................ 374 Revenue collection and accounting..............................................2 CENTRAL SERVER (LEVEL 3): ........................................................................... 383 5................................... 375 Revenue allocation.......................... 375 Payment by credit card ............ 385 5.............................................................13 3....................... 384 5........................................................................................................................373 Automatic Fine collection ..........2 Interface 1-2 –Equipment-SCU..............5..................................5.................5..............................2 3..................2 Card Inhibition .....................................................................6.............................................................................................................................2 3...................................5.. GLOBAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS..............5..5 USE CASES – MAIN USE CASES ....................................3 Entry gate Validation Cancelling.................... 378 4.5....................................................................................................7 Customer using a SVT card ............................................1 Customer using a single journey ticket ...................................4.....................6....... 374 AFC media and equipment security management........ 380 4...................................3 3....12 3..............................372 Enter in the network ......................... 386 5.................5.............................................................. 374 Smart card SVT procurement and delivery.................................5.4.....3 SECURITY ....................................................................................................3 Buying a ticket ....................................................................1...........1 Card in Black List .............6 CONTRACT SALES AND RELOAD ...............1 MASTER CLOCK...... 385 5.......................... 379 4..........................2 3..................1 Selling Principles .......................................6..................... 386 AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ...........1 CLEARING HOUSE (LEVEL 4):........2........................373 Customer using the card for boarding (invalid card) ..............................2...........2 FARE POLICY ......................5....................doc 31 July 2009 Page 353 / 496 ............. 375 Equipment monitoring.............................4 Interface 3-4 –AFC Central Server-Clearing House .............................................................5...........................................

.................................. 389 6......6.................2 TVM....................................................................................................................4.................................................11 PARKING COMPUTER UNIT (OPTION) ................................................ 285 6.........1 General Characteristics of the Ticket Office Machine (TOM).................................................3.........................8...............................6.............1 General Characteristics of the gates..................................9 5......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 388 6...............6................................. TOM and Gate Control and Management .................doc 31 July 2009 Page 354 / 496 .............13 CONTACTLESS READERS .................................................................................................6 GATES .. 393 6......................................................10 DATA EXCHANGE BETWEEN EQUIPMENT UNITS ......8 5............................................. 394 6.5 PCD FUNCTIONS .........6....... 388 6........................................................................ 387 Card Destruction ...................... 286 6................................................................. 386 Card Restoring..........................................................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .............................................. 289 AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ........................................................................................... 388 6................................................................................................................ 394 6.........................................Vol 2 Part 2.......................................................12 CONTACTLESS MEDIA .................................. 393 6....1 General Characteristics of the Ticket Vending Machine (TVM)...............................7 STATION COMPUTER UNIT FUNCTION .......................................................................................................1..........................................6..................................................... 289 7.............1 TOM FUNCTIONS ........ 390 6.............................................................................. 390 6............................ 387 SPECIFIC FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS ............................................................ Card Withdrawal ........Riyadh 5......................................9 AFC CENTRAL SERVER FUNCTION .................................1 General Characteristics of the Portable Control Device (PCD) .....10 5.................. 391 6.........................7 5............................................................................. 289 7...................................................................................................................2 TVM FUNCTIONS .......................................2 Emergency procedures........................................... 391 6.......................................................................................6......4 ENQUIRY MACHINE FUNCTIONS ........................................................6....... 390 6........................................ 390 6....... 393 6..................14 MEDIA TRANSPORT APPLICATION ............................................1 General Characteristics of the SCU ........................................... 389 6...................................................11 5.................................. 285 6.......................... 388 6........................................................................ 289 AFC SYSTEM CAPACITY.......7...........................1 General Characteristics of the Card Initialization Machine (CIM) ............6.............................................................2.........................................................8 CIM FUNCTIONS ................................................................... PERFORMANCES AND DIMENSIONS .............................................................. 387 Modes of Payment...............................................5......3 AVM FUNCTIONS ..1 General Characteristics of the Add Value Vending Machine (AVM) ........................................1 General Characteristics of the Enquiry Machine (ENQ).... 387 Selling ...................................................................................................................................................12 6......1 7.. 394 6... 387 Ticket validity Control and inspection Principles............................. 393 6...... 388 6............................................................................................................................ 286 SVT Contactless smart card.................................2 CONTACTLESS MEDIA AND READER PERFORMANCES ....................................... 287 6...............................7............................................................

using the KAFD Monorail System. In addition as monorail technology is a quite small segment of worldwide mass transit system there are only a very limited number of major and strong manufacturers with quite proven and proprietary solution. Such system will comprise a one track line in circular configuration. with air conditioned trains and stations. buildings.doc 31 July 2009 Page 355 / 496 . in keeping with the image of the KAFD Development. One major characteristic and challenge of this project is the integration of the stations inside buildings.Riyadh 1.modern urban transit system. totally elevated with a satisfactorily level of integration into the whole KAFD development. Introduction – Generalities 1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2. STATION 1 STATION 2 STATION 6 MOST LOADED SECTION STATION 3 STATION 5 STATION 4 The Monorail System should be a state of the art ultra. hotel complexes and street network. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1 Project backdrop The objective of this Project is to provide public transport services to passengers travelling within the area of King Abdullah Financial District.

Provide for automatic delivery of tickets from TVM by insertion of coins.Vol 2 Part 2. and other related functions. Should the tenderer feel disadvantaged because of a difficult or unnecessary requirement. 1. This document explains the main functions and the reference design of the AFC. bank notes and giving change. 1. The transfer of a new fare tables to vending machine. he could raise his concerns to the Client and offer alternative solutions. AFC system shall records all transactions and provides detail reports of each sale or validation.2 Purpose of the document The present document describes the Automatic Fare Collection System (AFC) to be implemented on the future KAFD MonorailTransit System (monorail) in order to ensure the payment by the clients of the sums agreed to in the contract.3. Provide for automatic delivery of tickets from TVM by payment by credit card.doc 31 July 2009 Page 356 / 496 . AFC must be expendable to future transport KAFD network operated by the same or different operators AFC must be expendable to other transport mode network such as bus AFC must be expendable to allow sale of ticket (reload card) by remote retailers Enable passengers transferring to/from KAFD Monorail line and other future KAFD lines to continue their trips on the same ticket. 1.3 Generalities These chapters highlight some main characteristics of the AFC system of KAFD MonorailTransit System (monorail). control access gate and other AFC equipment must be automatic Control the access of the paid area to guaranty relevant fare payment for all trips. such as Braille instructions for TVM. for the services supplied by the monorail.1 Basic Requirements The requirements for the fare collection system are: AFC must provide facilities for the Transport Authority to set-up or change the fare policy on the network. The intended tender process shall be driven mostly by functional and performance requirements and should be read as a reference. and errors The fare collection system shall provide features for disabled users. - AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh This document is written with the objective to produce a flexible tender documentation and should not be considered as a restrictive description.

doc 31 July 2009 Page 357 / 496 .1 Glossary Term AFC AVM CIM EMV ENQ IFM KAFD LRT MSN MTBF NFC O/D Automated Fare Collection Add Vending Machine Card Initialization Machine Europay Mastercard Visa Enquiry Machine Definition Interoperable Fare Management King Abdullah Financial District Light Railway Train (metro) MultiService Network Mean operating time between failures Near Field Communication Origin / Destination AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . escalators.4 Glossary and definitions 1.3. The fare collection system could be based on a distance travelled. multiple journey ticket or a valid store value ticket to the fare gates.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 1. 1. and Fare gates. AFC equipment shall be installed to permit complete visual surveillance from the Station Control Room. Means shall be provided to properly secure the TVM. The ticket will be read and updated automatically by the fare gates when the passenger enters or exits to and from the paid area.2 Operating Philosophy KAFD stations shall be staff-operated. 1. The minimum distance from either end of the fare gates to any obstruction shall be nominally four (4) metres (with impact on station design and gate dimension). or the Ticket Offices. The stations will have separate free (unpaid) and paid areas for the purpose of proof-of-payment enforcement. elapsed time fare structure or flat fare.3.4.Vol 2 Part 2. and/or elevators. The information such as the ticket amount (single or multi-journey) and fare amount are encoded on the contactless ticket. A passenger can enter the paid area only through the insertion of a single journey. with separation between the areas by appropriately located fare gates.3 Fare Collection Area Station fare collection equipment (gates) shall be located across the main flow of the passenger traffic from the concourse (hall) entrance to the entry stairs.

senior. is the Project Owner and represents the Authority for this Work. To use fare discount the passenger must present to the controller a document to prove the category (disables. An equipment where passengers having a stored value ticket can increase the residual value This is an organization appointed to specify a Transport Application and the characteristics of the card which support it.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . A ticket operated automatic gate to control the entry to and exit from the paid area of station. Portable Control Device Public Key Infrastructure Point Of Sale Passenger Per Hour Per Direction Public Transport Authority Security Access Modules Single Journey Ticket Stored Value Ticket Station Computer unit Ticket Office Machine Ticket Vending Machine Uninterruptible Power Supply 1. Smart card which transmit and receive data from a terminal by using Assembly AVM Card Issuer Clearing Component Contactless card AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .4. Term Definition The Authority AFC Gate Alarm Anonymous card Transport Department.Riyadh OCC PCD PKI POS PPHPD PTA SAM SJT SVT SCU TOM TVM UPS Operations Control Centre.2 Definitions For the purposes of the present document. This card can be a full fare card or giving special fare discount ( disabled. the following terms and definitions apply. Kingdom Saudi Arabia. A physically self-contained or easily identified package whose integrated parts. Au audible and/or visual indication that can be remote or local. senior) depending of passenger category.doc 31 July 2009 Page 358 / 496 . …). A single unit of hardware recognizable as the least division ordinarily assigned in parts and manufacturers listings. Non personalized. The processing and possible consolidation of transaction information passing between the parties consistent with a defined interoperable scheme. non identified card. devices and structure perform a distinct function.Vol 2 Part 2.

end of validity date.Vol 2 Part 2. contracts.Riyadh Term Definition inductive coupler. holder. for emergency conditions. The barrier of the exit gate shall prevent passenger movement from free to paid area. price. Data stored in fare instrument to define and to describe environment. start of validity date. Contract Corrective Maintenance Customer Agreement between the user and the operator that permit the user to use the services of the operator according to usages conditions. etc… Contract is defined by data elements stored in contactless cards. A marketed specification of the conditions of access to a passenger transport service or services. Customer Contract Data element Electronic purse Emergency Exit Gate Employee Pass Entry Exit Gate Fare gates Fare instrument Fare product Fare Table Free Area AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . For emergency condition. number of trips. Agreement between transport company and customer defining the conditions and regulations in force to provide and receive transport service. All devices able to be used as mean to pay the fare: contactless card contactless tag or token is fare instrument. under agent's supervision. determining the usage rules. An AFC gate which permits access from paid to free area when a valid ticket is inserted in the console associated with this gate. Station area between the gate array and station entrance. A person who is entitled to use the services of a transport network in accordance with a contract with the supplier of those services (the passenger transport operator). A matrix of all fare charges between any two stations/zones. The barrier of the entry gate shall prevent passenger movement from the paid to free area unless such operation is desired. The action taken to restore a failed item of equipment to an operable state. contract generally includes condition of ticket purchasing. and events Electronic folder managed by the banks and that can be put in a transportation card chip. A ticket issued to transit employees which may be valid for travel throughout the transport system. to purchase and use tickets: In Urban transport. spatial validity (Origin / Destination). A barrier between the "unpaid" area of the station and the "paid" area where passengers must possess a valid ticket to enter or leave the “paid’ area. it shall operate under agent's supervision.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . condition of discount if any. zones.doc 31 July 2009 Page 359 / 496 . pricing rules and commercial rules. An AFC gate which permits access from free to paid area when a valid ticket is presented to the gate. A swing gate which can be opened by pushing a crashbar which would release for emergency exit.

.Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh Term Definition Gate Array Host Computer A grouping of fare gates in a Line.. Any computer system may be host to one or more subsidiary systems. at a fare control area. Name of the authority in the community which defines transport policy (service offer. These elements do not depend on the characteristics of a holder Personnel rights granted by an operator or a PTA to a customer to justify Identified card Intermodality Interoperability Key Master clock Mode Module Organizing Authority Paid Area Passenger Passenger enterprise Personalization Portables Machines checking Pre-personalization Profile AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . transport A passenger transport operator or operators or a public authority responsible for passenger transport policy and support or a consortium involving both types of actor. then use KAFD network and finish with Bus The interoperability enables a passenger to travel with the same ticket on different operator networks. buses. tramways A functional replaceable sub-assembly installed in an item of fare collection equipment. ticket office machines and station computer. A person who. …) to allocate revenue between operators. This can be used to provide function like automated value reload Possibility for a user to use several transportation modes which constitute a whole journey Example 1 – starting with private Car. use a parking close to the KAFD station then use KAFD network Example 2 – starting with Bus.doc 31 July 2009 Page 360 / 496 . This can be achieved using a Central Clearing House in charge of data collection (revenue collected. usage of ticket. service quality. In that case. Operation consisting in registering on (graphically) or in (electronically) the contactless card the data relating to the holder or the use of the card. it could be monorail. The passenger transport enterprise is responsible for the marketing of fare products. transportation price…) and then chooses after call for bidding one or more operators to implement his transport policy The station area between the gate array and the transport service access point where passengers have paid appropriate fare to gain access. An alphanumeric string of characters which is used to control access to an application or product as an entry to security check or computation.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . investments choice. The clock that maintains current date and time and is installed in the AFC gates. Information in the back-office (or in the card) that can provide from the card Identification number (or other ID number in the card) the cardholder reference. Device used by inspector to check the validity of a ticket loaded on a contactless card or tag. which exercises full or partial supervisory control over a subsidiary computer system or which collects and assimilated data from a subsidiary computer system. Any computer system composed of hardware and software.) and/or graphic elements. secret codes. purchases and uses a ticket to enter the paid area of a station. Operation carried out by the supplier of cards which consists in fixing certain elements of the structure of the card (mapping.

Load data (black list.Identification cards Identification cards – Integrated circuit(s) cards with contacts Part 1: Physical characteristics Part 2: Dimensions and locations of the contacts Part 3: Electronic signals and transmission protocols Part 4: Inter-industry commands for interchange ISO 14 443 – Proximity contactless smart card Identification cards – Contactless integrated circuits cards Proximity cards Part 1: Physical characteristics Reference to ISO 7810 (Card dimensions) and ISO 10373 (Tests methods) Part 2: Radio frequency power and signal interface Reference to ISO 10373 Tests methods AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 1. Automated (passenger operated) Sale machine able to sell tickets or reload cards. Transport application card TVM (Ticketing Vending Machine 1. A file structure. directory entries. and ISO standards and references. Ticket which memory is loaded with electronic tokens by Point Of Sales. These personal rights make it possible to determine the applicable pricing. When international or local standard does not exist. Base on which the portables checking machines are plugged after inspector service to: Reload the batteries. Fare is deducted from the Stored Value Ticket by the Exit gates.5 Standards and References AFC system will be designed and built to appropriate industry standards and in compliance with the Arabic. fare tables…) from the Central Server.1 Tickets and Contactless card Norms and Standards ISO 7816 . A boarding/alighting facility at a designated point on the system alignment.5. and security process loaded onto a smart card and a terminal to perform a particular function. Reversible Gate Stored Value Ticket. then European CEN or other standards will be used. create and reload cards. to be used in next service.doc 31 July 2009 Page 361 / 496 . There may be one or more application(s) on a card or inside a terminal.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Station Terminal TOM (Ticketing Office Machine Tool Base For Portables checking Machines An AFC gate which can be set to operate either as an entry gate or as an exit gate.Riyadh Term Definition certain statutes. Download data stored during the inspector service. Agent operated Sale machine able to sell tickets.Vol 2 Part 2. software. A station located at the end of the line.

Public transport — Interoperable fare management system (IFM) — Part 1: Architecture To be used to prepare integration other entities activity such as new distribution channel.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . HTTP. NFC Near Field Communication ISO/IEC 18092 ISO/IEC 18092/ECMA-340: Near Field Communication Interface and Protocol-1(NFCIP-1) ISO/IEC 21481/ECMA-352: Near Field Communication Interface and Protocol-2 (NFCIP-2) . SMTP…) Time synchronisation (NTP) AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . FTP.Interoperable fare management system . Wi-Fi. new transport operator (other lines operator). card and application management.Riyadh Part 3: Part 4: Initialisation and Anti-collision Transmission Protocol ISO 10373 Identification cards – Test methods Part 1: General characteristics tests Part 2: Cards with magnetic stripes Part 3: Integrated circuit(s) cards with contacts Part 4: Contactless integrated circuit(s) cards with contacts Part 6: Contactless integrated circuit(s) cars proximity cards Part 7: Contactless integrated circuit(s) cards vicinity cards EN 1545 Identification card system – Surface transport applications (European pre standard) Part 1: General data elements Part 2: Transport payment related to data elements IFM .Vol 2 Part 2. TCP/IP) Device monitoring (SNMP) Data exchange (XML.norms ISO CEN 24014-1 .To be used to prepare mobile phone usage to store transport ticket Other General standards Ethernet TCP/IP To be used for equipment connexion and machine-to-machine dialogue. System to network (Ethernet.doc 31 July 2009 Page 362 / 496 . new transport related service providers.

2. These stations will be stations with many alighting passengers on morning peak. total boarding and alighting par hour during the AM peak.1 KAFD network 2. that will entail a large number of boarding passengers on AM peak.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1 Monorail line main characteristics Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 5 Station 6 Station 1 Mileage point Start of the station 0 816 1239 1859 2408 2863 3536 2.doc 31 July 2009 Page 363 / 496 .2 Traffic forecast The line counts 6 stations around the KAFD Monorail. The central AFC systems shall be able to manage the 6 stations and interchange with future LRT Transit System and Bus system by means of simple change of configuration and equipments deployment.Riyadh 2. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . AFC CONTEXT For the long term KAFD Network will have 1 line: The AFC system is to be developed at the same time of KAFD Monorail line construction. Two of the stations are identified as interchange station with the future bus terminal and LRT station.1.Vol 2 Part 2. Two of the stations are located to the Financial Plaza. Under mentioned.1. Thus.

close network with entry validation. recycle (exit gate 100% control mandatory).KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 2. close network with entry and exit validation. Ticket technology: contactless only. open network with on-board validation. time. The coordination of the pricing policies among all the transportation modes. 2. Access control equipment: open network with ground validation. etc.3. O/D (origin destination). 2.1 General . etc. Product range: pass. All equipment shall be compatible with thin ticket and smart card. etc..). AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .doc 31 July 2009 Page 364 / 496 . random paid area control. card and multi usage. single journey. multi uses reload able. zones. etc.. distance. etc. random on-board control. many factors imply constraints on the AFC system functionality and structure (for example): Fare structure: flat fare.Vol 2 Part 2. card only including recycle. Ticket media type (card and single use low cost ticket. store value.. the collective and the individual ones. Media life cycle for infrequent customer: single use not recycle. card and token recycle.Fare structure impact Worldwide.2 Other transportation modes The new Monorail line AFC system must be able to accept in the future the integration of electronic fare collection from KAFD card and revenue allocation with others operators like Bus operators. multi uses reload able and deposit.2 Pricing policy - The pricing policies shall take into account the transportation system as a whole. contactless and magnetic. Manual (agent) control policy: no control.3 Fare Structure and payment 2. represents a prerequisite for the efficient functioning of all the transportation system. contactless and paper.3.

2. PCD The following climate conditions have to be considered for the equipment mentioned above: Temperature Humidity (non-condensing) 0° C to 45° C 10% to 90% AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .4 Environmental Requirements Unlike the amenagement should include a minimum of space in each station to host a TOM and at least one type AVM and TVM.2 Equipments in station or city office Equipments concerned: TOM. ENQ. which can have an encompassing view on the criteria to be taken into account for the whole of the transportation modes in Riyadh. TVM. GATE. Equipments concerned: TOM. This modification shall be carried out by operator staff.4. TVM. - 2. 2. GATE.Vol 2 Part 2.doc 31 July 2009 Page 365 / 496 .Riyadh That is why it is generally recommended to establish the pricing policies in one single institution (called Organising Authority) within the Municipality. Redesign of software shall not be necessary.4.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . AFC system shall be provided to modify or create new fares in the fare table and update all equipments with the new fare tables.3 Fare Structure Evolution Fare tables should be designed to be modified by changing only parameters (table). ENQ The following climate conditions have to be considered for the equipment mentioned into the general specifications. This pricing policy shall be materialised by a range of tickets covering all the needs of all types of passengers. All dimensions are in the section describing characteristics of equipment specific Functional Requirements2.1 Equipments outside Outside equipment may be implemented for the Automatic Fare Collection.3.

Card Personalisation.3 Equipments in computer technical room Equipments concerned: Servers.doc 31 July 2009 Page 366 / 496 .Vol 2 Part 2. The following climate conditions have to be considered for the equipment mentioned above: Temperature Humidity (non-condensing) 5° C to 35° C 15% to 80% AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .4.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 2.

provide reliable and cost effective system AFC system equipments are included in the multiservice network. gate. AFC system shall provide equipments and functions to: . fund transfer.Vol 2 Part 2. At Central Clearing House and Interoperability Centre level - - AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .prevent the fraud by o a secure ticket technology o secure procedure to manage ‘security keys’ o secure revenue accounting process o physical security to access to cash collector o secure access to system function . …) o Monitor all stations and equipments o Issue statistics o Manage relations with the bank for credit card payment. and use other transport system services such as communication (to communicate between AFC equipments or with external entities). Main functions of AFC are: At station level o Sell tickets o Reload value o Control access by entry and exit gate o Monitor AFC station equipment o Print statistics and report At Central Operator level o Collect and eventually forward data (sale.Riyadh 3. To support the high volume of passenger flow.sale ticket . easy to use) .doc 31 July 2009 Page 367 / 496 .follow revenue collection . AFC Functional Requirements The AFC shall ensure manual and automatic ticket sale and the control of the ticket validity at station ingresses and egresses.manage the revenue allocation in case of multi operator The AFC must: .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . AFC must provide a high performance entry and exit gate (up to 50 passenger / minute in entry and 40 passenger/ minute in exit). such as OCC when events or alarms must be managed by an operator or bank for payment. mainly in the station.collect the fare from the ticket when the passenger travels . To support the efficient sale for high volume of ticket delivery at pick hours.manage the stock of ticket . AFC must provide a high performance TOM and TVM machine (TVM machine must deliver up to 4 tickets / minute). It shall also provide accounting records and traffic statistics to the KAFD operator.provide high performance equipment for o Gate access control (high speed) o Ticket vending machine (high speed.

nfc-forum.org/home ) device. Proximity contactless cards. …) Manage smart card procurement.Riyadh o o o Collect all operators necessary data (card transactions. Group tickets (book of tickets or transportation card loaded with 5 to 10 journeys. authorized free access personnel. high throughput and high reliability equipment. Type of media: High secure microprocessor card can be used for frequent traveller personalised card (subscriber (year. Ticket technology must guarantee: Automated access control (machine readable) high performance for passenger flow high security to prevent fraud cost effective solutions for equipment cost. The generic ticket types are: Unit tickets. season tickets with an unlimited number of journeys. 3. Electronic purses (stored value). revenue collected.Vol 2 Part 2. maintenance and ticket stock long lasting of investment with commonly adopted field proven technology For the ticket media. security and after sale support Manage card image 3. we recommend state-of-the-art contactless smart cards technology for single journey ticket.) Anonymous or Identified Store value card (re-loadable) for frequent travellers Each media type shall be pre-personalized as much as the technology allows it.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Season tickets with a limited number of journeys.http://www. AFC systems and equipment must be ready to support NFC (Near Field Communication .1 Ticket technology – Ticket media Ticket technology is a key factor to determine AFC system functionalities. and week).2 Range of tickets The tickets which shall be sold for the KAFD Monorail System shall be defined from generic ticket types corresponding to a particular type of pricing variables which afterwards shall be parameterised with specific values. This technology is mature. To prepare the future development of ticketing application. Look and feel elements shall be proposed by the contractor for each media-type. card validation. such as mobile phone used to store transport application and transport SVT. Reduce fare AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Contactless access gate provides passenger friendly. contactless thin tickets can be read just by presenting the ‘media’ close to the reader (0 to 8 cm).doc 31 July 2009 Page 368 / 496 . staff. month.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The price of the SVT may include a deposit (return to the passenger when he gives the media back). 3. This ticket is supported by contactless thin ticket*. The exit gates will compute the distance and fare and collect related value from the SVT.3 Types of tickets For all solutions. Entry gates will store the identification of station Origin of the trip in the SVT.2 Stored Value Ticket (SVT) Passengers can purchase SVT. The ticket is captured on entry or exit gate and recycled (recycling rate around 30%). photo… AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The price of the SVT reload may include an incentive (bonus point) to promote the use of SVT and maximum of pre-paid value. The generic ticket type's notion allows to prepare the ticketing systems to accept all types of pricing which shall be necessary to the operators on a long term.3. These cards shall be personalized with customer personal information.3.3 Pass and season Ticket A pass or season ticket is valid for a given period (1 week.3. A pass is usually dedicated to categories of customers: workers. 1 month. 1 year…). 3. name. * It is also possible to use magnetic format for low cost. The applied fare can be defined depending of defined geographical zones and/or time schedule.Riyadh Free pass for staff or others. the supplier will indicate the lifetime of the product and the recycling percentage 3. retired… Pass or season tickets are supported by contactless smart card. The validity can also be defined for a relevant geographical zone of transportation. like category. 3.Vol 2 Part 2.1 Single use Tickets (SJT) A Single Journey Ticket (SJT) is valid for only 1 immediate trip between boarding and any alighting station compatible with the distance (fare) paid. This ticket is loaded with amount of electronic transport value comprised between a minimum and a maximum value by using Ticket Office Machine.doc 31 July 2009 Page 369 / 496 . It can be reloaded at TOM or TVM. students. residents.

AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 3. alarm management. 3. 3.4. 3.7 AFC system operator and maintenance This entity is in charge of managing the AFC Ticketing System operation and maintenance.4.1 Customers Customers use the KAFD transportation systems as passenger.Riyadh 3.3 AFC system administrator The AFC system administrator is in charge of system administration including the management of system (and function). and AFC Central systems. 3. devices.4 Actors The AFC system has to deliver function and services to different actors.6 AFC Ticket Sale agent The personnel who is allowed deliver AFC card (and activate on demand the SVT application) or deliver Single use thin ticket.4. 3. 3.4.Vol 2 Part 2. We will first describe the actors and use case to define the mains functions of the AFC system. Parking …) in the future.doc 31 July 2009 Page 370 / 496 .2 AFC system provider AFC system provider will use the system during the installation phase and performance test to verify the actions to do up to the full completion of the installation or extension (reliability report.4.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . as well as AFC equipments management and external system authorization.4 AFC card issuer The company issuing KAFD smart card used in the AFC system by the customers (customer card).4. build and distribute the SVT application across the system. The terms Customer or Passenger are equivalent. who is responsible to define.4. KAFD smart card may be used by other service provider (Bus.5 AFC SVT application provider The company. and equipment MTBF follow-up). access authorization for AFC agent. or possibly by authorized agent (agent card). Transport service providers agent. log. Parts of the application are in the AFC smart card (Data Card Definition and card processing).

AFC system of the Monorail line must be able to exchange data to guarantee the interoperability between operators.Riyadh This includes the Clearing House function.4. SVT transaction audit and card management. 3. 3.8 Public transport authority – PTA The public transport authority defines the fare. 3.9 Transport Service provider A transport company (operating public transport network) using the AFC system to control the passenger access to the service.Vol 2 Part 2. for example be responsible for card issuance. 3.doc 31 July 2009 Page 371 / 496 . the fare policy and revenue allocation policy. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .4.10 Controller – enforcement Controllers are responsible to organize controls of passenger ticket validity present in the paid area. Single Ticket sale. Each new line may have a different service provider.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .4.4. SVT application.11 Remarks on actors The same organization may acts as many actors. The Monorail line operator will be the Transport Service provider. revenue collection and fare allocation and associated settlements.

At TVM the payment means is coins or by bank notes. the customer shall buy a stored value to load the smart card. Data in the ticket indicate (at least) the station of delivery. Different business models can be applied.2. 3. This ticket is activated at the time of delivery.5. Finally the customer uses the KAFD Card to access to the KAFD paid area.5. Then.Riyadh 3.1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2 Enter in the network The customer must present the KAFD card at entry gate equipped with Readers. 3.1. When the customer presents a valid ticket. at the same time.3 Leaving (exit) the network The customer must present a valid KAFD card at exit gate.5.1.doc 31 July 2009 Page 372 / 496 . value paid. The passenger receives a thin ticket.5 Use cases – main use cases Note: To describe the use cases we have applied a business model based on SVT using an anonymous permanent smart card obtain by the passenger with a deposit.1 Customer using a single journey ticket 3. The main goal of the use cases is to precise the requirements. date and time of delivery. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .5.2 Customer using a SVT card 3.Vol 2 Part 2.5. 3. and kept by the passenger for the card life time (for example 7 years). The loading shall be made at the distribution point (dedicated AFC ticket office at the station or at the Automatic AFC Ticket Vending Machine). During entry the passenger must be informed of the valid transaction “Pass” and the amount remaining value in the KAFD card.5.1 Buying the SVT card First the customer shall get a KAFD Card at a distribution point (for example in any KAFD station). All KAFD station has automated TVM machine and Ticket office machine. the thin ticket must be inserted in the return slot and will be captured by the gate.1 Buying a ticket The customer shall buy a single journey ticket of the value corresponding to the distance of the journey. 3.

5.6 Automatic Fine collection If the customer presents a valid SVT card but showing excess time in paid area or other situation where a fine must be collected. negative value.5. and will be recovered at the next add value transaction.5. 3.Riyadh 3.5. …).3 Customer using the card for boarding (invalid card) If the customer present an invalid card (no-value. if the deposit covers the negative value. then the fine is deducted from the card value even with a negative final value. invalid card. then correspondence issue can be raised to allocate revenue to operators. the passenger should be allowed after the first trip to use example bus.2.5. the exit is not allowed. and the passenger must pay the extra fare to the station agent before to exit. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . the transaction is rejected with an audible alarm.2.Vol 2 Part 2. Note: If different lines are operated by different service provider. The customer will not be able to enter the next time but need to go to a reload distribution point to read and validate the fine collected.4 Customer using the card for exit (valid card) When the customer presents a valid card at the exit gate.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 31 July 2009 Page 373 / 496 .2. In such case the passenger uses the same procedure that customer without ticket. 3.2. a visual ‘red’ light and a message displayed with the reason of the reject. The final negative value will not be more than the deposit. During entry the passenger must be informed of the valid transaction “Pass” and the amount remaining value in the KAFD card. 3.5 Customer using the card for exit (invalid card or invalid trip) If the customer presents an invalid card at the exit gate the transaction is rejected with an audible alarm. To get benefit of the multimodal organization. the gate computes the fare (and reduces the fare) from the card value. two strategies can be applied: card with a deposit. a visual ‘red’ light and a message displayed with the reason of the reject. If the final value is negative. the final value of the card will be negative Without or with a small deposit. and reload value on the card.2. 3.2 Customer using the card for boarding (valid card) The customer must present the KAFD card at entry and may also serve to exit gate equipped with Readers as indicated in the station.

the customer must not pay the fare.5. Free exit on trip interruption or incident: The station agent must have a local (or remote) command (at the station level) to setup the exit gate in a “free exit mode”.5.2.3 Management of special transportation events In case of operation incident or line interruption.7 Customer with non-functioning card at exit If the customer card is un-readable at exit gate the customer must present the card to a transport agent. During the “free exit mode”. The AFC system provides all functions to follow the usage of the card delivered to the customer and card returned from the customer or the card out-off service. Free exit on system or AFC Reader failure: In case of system or AFC reader failure.Riyadh 3. The transport agent checks the card (with EQM Machine) and if the card is un-readable. the AFC reader updates the value of the card and sends a transaction to the SCU (station controller). the agent notes the card number (for black-list).4 Smart card SVT procurement and delivery The AFC system provides all functions to register all cards received from the AFC card issuer.Vol 2 Part 2. 3. The customer will have to present his broken card to a point of sale to have a card exchange. 3. and manage equipment security such as PKI management and SAM management to store PKI key and security mechanisms.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . All this information is forwarded to the AFC card issuer. authorize agent) Card black list AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . AFC security functions include: Keys management Card white list (authorize cards. 3. the transport agent will open the large human control gate and will deliver an ‘AFC System Interruption Manifest’ to be used by the customer as a voucher to be presented at the point of distribution to ‘release’ the KAFD card from ‘entered’ status to ‘exit’ status at no charge. The command may be a MMI command on the KAFD console or a special contactless ‘Free mode’ card to toggle the AFC Reader mode.doc 31 July 2009 Page 374 / 496 . return the card to the customer and open the manual door to leave the customer exit the network.5.5.5 AFC media and equipment security management AFC system must provide functions to manage the AFC media security such as SAM management and audit of card usage.

transaction lost. provide a connection to card authorization centre and send the payments details to the Bank.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .5. 3. value discontinuity.…).Vol 2 Part 2. The card image is not maintained in real time but the image must be updated the operating day after the last transaction. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh PKI key generation Transaction audit 3.6 Revenue collection and accounting AFC security functions include: Management of revenue collection Transfer of credit card transaction to operator Bank Accounting and report • Selection on a specific period • Sort by station 3. 3.5. Smart Card image is used in case of card failure to replace the customer card with the same value as before the failure. two reports are printed: One for the collection agent One for the station manager A copy of the cash collection is sent to accounting department. Smart card image update is use to detect some type of fraud (simultaneous usage.10 Smart Card image.5.7 Revenue allocation The AFC system must propose an interface to exchange with a clearing house that will be in charge of the revenue allocation.5. card (After Sale Support) AFC system must keep an image of each card content or must be able to rebuild the card content (card image). The cash collection are sent as an event up to the AFC Central Server 3.doc 31 July 2009 Page 375 / 496 .8 Payment by credit card The AFC system provides all functions to accept credit card payment.9 Cash Fund collection During Cash collection.5.

parameters. download…). business rules. TOM – Out of Order. PCD …). AVM. This “Fare creation module” provides functions to export or import files describing the application. and software. Gate – Out of Order and reason. usages. determine the usage rules and business rules. 3. AFC equipment operation and maintenance includes many activities: Cash fund collection Reloading Smart Card and Smart Ticket stock Changing paper stock (for receipt printer) Failure fix (modules or equipment exchange) Update (firmware.Contact (usually for TVM). Fare creation module (or other related module) generates tables (“Fare tables”) for all types of AFC equipment (TOM. ENQ.12 Activity reports and Statistics Activity reports are collected automatically using the network (upload).Vol 2 Part 2. …) Activity log.13 Fare evolution AFC system provides a “Fare creation module” to create or modify applications and products. cash box almost full. defaults. etc. in an off-duty mode if necessary. … All update actions such as firmware.Riyadh 3. All activity report must be present at the beginning the next operating day. and tables will be done by automatic remote procedure (upload. tables.doc 31 July 2009 Page 376 / 496 . payment issue. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . breaking and entering. Import module is able to integrate other application or product provider data. products. defaults. Gates. etc. 3. prices. parameters. . AFC monitoring is possible at Station level and at OCC level in parallel.5. Activity log are sorted to transmit relevant activity to other IFM partners. credit card issue. Different types of connections and protocols shall be available to provide the information: .11 Equipment monitoring. alarm log.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Statistics must include previous day activity (for instance daily statistics).). software.5. and fix the price. almost empty supplies ( SVT.5. TVM. incorrect logon.Ethernet link with OPC or SNMP (with MIB) protocols or equivalent protocols. defaults. POS. operation and maintenance Equipment monitoring uses both the capability of AFC system used by AFC operation staff and the capability of the SCADA to managed AFC alarms. The AFC system monitors equipment alarms in order to inform the right team to repair the equipment (no control action needed): TVM – Out of Order.

14 Operations and Maintenance The maintenance of the AFC system for the Monorail line incorporates the principles of a corrective maintenance.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Active tables must include all previous products sold and in use up to the final availability of the products. Each equipment is able to store two (2) releases of each table. 3.doc 31 July 2009 Page 377 / 496 . There is no need for a preventive maintenance (monitoring and scheduled operations through visual inspections) for the AFC system. consisting in urgent interventions rapid response and repairs of faults.Vol 2 Part 2.5.Riyadh New fare tables are downloaded automatically in advance with the date of applicability. The operations and maintenance activities for the AFC system rely on: Warranty Spares and Equipment Repair Maintenance Design Life and Validation Asset Management Maintenance Technicians Training Software Maintenance See general specification document. The work performed must be carried out to standards subject of the client’s approval procedure. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .

TVM Access control: Gates. Reconciliation.1 Clearing House (Level 4): In case of a single operator using all smart card in use. Settlement. statistics Level 2: On-Site (Station or other partners) Concentrator – SCU (station controller unit) SCU station concentrator for all equipments Option: Separated distribution/sale machine concentrator and access control (Gates) management concentrator Level 1: Devices (Front-end Devices) Distribution / sale: POS. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . the role of the Central Body can be played by the operator as all revenues are dedicated to that operator. one central server is mandatory to manage Monorail line implementation. …) Level 2 Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Retailer Retailer Level 1 Gate TO M Gate TV M Gate TV M Gate TOM POS PO S TVM TOM Level 0 cards or tickets issued 4. TOM. Control devices – Open interface must be proposed to add new service provider or distribution point Level 0: AFC Medias Example of configuration based on a single operator and external distribution channel.Riyadh 4.Card Management. Equipment management and monitoring Date.doc 31 July 2009 Page 378 / 496 . AFC Functional and General Architecture This description is based on international agreed level generally used in the AFC domain. Clearing House. Reporting… Level 3: (one or many) AFC system Central Server At least. Level 4 Clearing House – Revenue allocation Level 3 AFC operation centre . Level 4: One Central Body – Organizing Authority .Distribution management (TVM.Vol 2 Part 2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

…) Managing smart card procurement. It also manage stocks. when the interoperability is not implemented. Security management. security and after sale support Managing card image At the first stage of the system implementation. Technical management of the equipment: Centralisation of the alarms histories which makes possible to have a global vision of the behaviour of the equipment. 4. fare collection and it is responsible to forward all relevant information to the central body. distribution of the receipts. revenue.Vol 2 Part 2. administrative and statistical functions: accounting of the receipts.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 31 July 2009 Page 379 / 496 . this function is assumed by the Central Server located in the OCC building. black list management and other information which makes it possible to supervise the use of the cards and to detect problems of fraud. management of the secret keys.2 Central Server (level 3): It provides the functions to manage all equipments under its responsibility. revenue collected. controls flows. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Pricing functions: creation. Main functions are: Accounting. 4. central management of transactions Functions of commercial management: management of the users and the cards. removal of identical pricing tables and identical configuration tables for equipment. The central system must give practical and effective tools to the staff in charge of pricing activities so that.3 The Station Level controller SCU (Level 2): Main functions are: Monitoring AFC station equipment Printing statistics and report These functions are assumed by installing the following equipments in each station controller office: A Station Control Unit (SCU). a Central Body operates a clearing house to allocate the revenue to each operator. Main functions are: Collecting all operators necessary data (card transactions.Riyadh In case of multi operator. card validation. statistics of sale and traffic. which collect and forward all sales and gate transactions and supervises overall operation of all AFC equipment. modification. they can easily use the pricing functions.

gates shall be equipped with ticket collectors. Information about anything concerning the Monorail System. City ticket office or external retailer locations can also be considered as Level 2 location. Authorization procedures. After sale services. as: card reload. station equipments (Level 1): Main functions are: Selling tickets Reloading value Controlling access by entry and exit gate Capturing used tickets at the gate After sale operations Customer information The gate lines materialise the separation between the paid area and the unpaid area. reliable data.doc 31 July 2009 Page 380 / 496 .Vol 2 Part 2. which gathers the main operating alarms and the controls having the highest fail-safe degree.6 Communications and Interfaces Data communications for the AFC system. Information security is included in the data exchanged over the network. If the tickets are collected at exit. which should be located in view of the gate line (basically in front). as : tickets sales. from multi source (mandatory) 4. including information related to bank and finance. Contactless thin tickets can be recycled. etc. For this purpose. personal pass cards creation. 4. use the MSN (Multi Service Network) deployed for the Monorail line monorail project. The Customer Service Office shall provide several services to the customers: Sale services. agents shall be equipped with Portable Checking Devices (PCD). A key choice is to determine if tickets are collected at entry or at exit. card refund. In that case. and not in the communication network itself. card repair. 4. and especially the pricing policy. rely on certificates and signatures based on secret keys available for the concerned entities.4 Devices.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Ticket Office Machines are generally installed in a Customer Service Office.5 Media – card (Level 0): Card: Capability to use many types of card – Type A and Type B. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . the control policy can be completed with manual controls by agents in the paid area.Riyadh A station overview workstation.

This network offers Ethernet port (RJ 45) gigabits. payment data gathering.2 Interface 1-2 –Equipment-SCU Communications between Equipment and SCU use Multiservice Station network. the security data is included in the protocols of the local credit-card responsible entity.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .6.3 Interface 2-3 –SCU-AFC Central Server Communication between SCU and AFC Central Server use Multiservice Line network. The interface uses TCP/IP protocols. The interface uses TCP/IP protocols. 4.4 Interface 3-4 –AFC Central Server-Clearing House Use the dedicated LAN connection. 4.doc 31 July 2009 Page 381 / 496 .Riyadh For bank information – authorization.6.6. Typical System Architecture AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 2. black lists. 4.6. This network offers Ethernet port (RJ 45) gigabits. 4.1 Interface 0-1 – Media-Equipment This interface is compliant with ISO 14443 (and NFC).

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5. Global Functional Requirements
The AFC equipment shall be designed to carry out the following functions: Issuing cards and tickets or reloading cards or tickets; Checking the validity of tickets, according to the rules to be defined; Checking the Sales Report and Reconciliation Report of each day of operation; Issuing Sales and traffic statistics; Issuing operating alarms to the stations controller; Monitoring alarms (station controller), Controlling ticket and/or card validity.

The AFC system will consist in the following equipment in each station: - Several Ticket Office Machines (TOM), which deliver and/or reload all types of tickets valid on the KAFD; - Several Automatic Ticket Vending Machines (TVM), which deliver and/or reload all types of tickets valid on the KAFD (and bus network); - Several Automatic Add Vending Machine (AVM), which reload SVT cards; - Several Automatic Enquiry Machine (ENQ) used by the passenger to check card validity and remaining value of Store Value Card.; - Entry and/or exit gates, gathered in one or more passage lines, controlling validity for all types of tickets or card use on the KAFD; - A Station Control Unit (SCU), which collects and forwards all sales and gate transactions and supervises overall operation of all AFC equipment; - A station overview workstation, which gathers the main operating alarms and the controls having the highest fail-safe degree. Functional architecture of the AFC system

The table below gives a list of the different external interfaces linked to the AFC systems.
External System or Entity Interfaced with AFC system Interfaced item

Telecommunications Telecommunications OCC Power Supply Civil works

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Multi-Service Network Master-Clock SCADA Power supply Station ground

AFC data Date and Time AFC Alarms Low voltage power supply TVM and AVM: weight can reach 500kg on less than 1square meter on the ground

Signalling Rolling stock Banks

N/A N/A credit card Buyer credentials

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Clearing entity clearing AFC Statistics and billing information

5.1 Master Clock
Master clock installed in OCC’s technical room transmit through the multi service network the following data: - Year, - Month, - Day, - Hour, - Minutes, - Seconds. Data are received by the SCU trough the Station Local Area Network. SCU transmits these data to Automatic gates, TVM and TOM trough the AFC Local Area Network. All pieces of equipment includes local clock synchronized by the master clock. In event that this synchronisation is unavailable for any reason, this local clock shall update and deliver date, hour, minute, second. AFC central Server and SCU uses SNTP protocol to get the date and time from an SNTP server synchronised with the Master clock.

5.2 Fare Policy
The AFC system shall be able to take into account the future Fare policy and its evolutions.

5.3 Security
This concept encompasses three items: Safety of passengers and operator employees. Fire safety, Security of cash and valuable equipment, security of card and ticket again fraud security of data (exchanges and storage).

For Safety of passengers and operator employees and for Fire safety, AFC must follow recommendations applicable for all KAFD systems.

5.3.1 Security of Cash and Valuable Equipment

Cash are secured by physical secure box in TVM and cash box for sale agent using TOM. Cash collector agents have secure procedures to access to TVM cash box. The TVM issues two tickets during cash collection.

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Each TVM cash box has a unique number. This number is read by the TVM and used to report cash collection.

5.3.2 Security of cards transactions

Transactions with card are secured by fast and mechanism for data encryption (ex: 3-DES, …). The supplier will propose a coherent approach to security, confidentiality of information. Each card must have a unique serial number and a unique secret key (diversified key).

5.4 Operating Principles
5.4.1 Selling Principles

All kind of ticket will be sold or reloaded a TOM. Single-use tickets or SVT card will be sold at a TVM.
5.4.2 Authority Management

Transport Authority will define, for operators of Riyadh, the fare policy and the ticketing range.

5.4.3 Cards Personalization

The AFC system must provide a card personalisation machine (CIM) able to print (text and graphic) and encode (electrical personalisation) smart card and smart ticket.

5.5 Procedure without Network
TOM, TVM, Gates, ENQ, SCU must be able to work if the MSN backbone is not working. Depending of the agreement with Credit Card Authorisation centre and the operator Bank, payment by credit card may be available off-line or not.

5.6 Contract Sales and Reload
Stored Value Tickets shall be stored in microprocessor card with high security level. Single-ride tickets will be stored in cheap memory based or microprocessor based contactless.

5.6.1 Card in Black List

Black list (loaded in the equipment) are used to reject the use of blacklisted card. Cards shall be registered in black list after the following events:

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Card stolen or lost Card registered as out of order Card returned by the customers at the end of the life

When a card presented is in Black list, the equipment must disable (Inhibit) the card and send an alarm to the SCU.

5.6.2 Card Inhibition

Card Inhibition is an electrical and reversible inhibition. When a device inhibits (disable) a card (or a ticket), the reason of the inhibition is stored in the card and sent in the device activity list.

5.6.3 Entry gate Validation Cancelling

When customer validate card at the entry gate and cannot use the service for any reason, cancelling of the entry validation would be available to restore initial value of the card.

5.6.4 Control

In order to verify that customers in the paid area are riding the system in accordance with the fare regulations inspectors should be provided with Portable checking machine able to read the card data and verify that a valid contract has been coded into the card. If the passenger has no valid ticket in the paid area, inspector will be required to give penalty to the customer.

5.6.5 Card Information Display to Passengers

Customers have no direct access to the data stored in the card. When they need to display the remaining value of a card, they will be able to request displaying of the information on the screen of ENQ, AVM, TOM, TVM or Portable checking machine. Note: Gates display also the remaining value at entry (initial value) and at exit (remaining value).
5.6.6 Card Out of Order

Card failed are out of order. Most of the failures will cause that the card can be neither read nor written. AFC system must have an image of each card in order for the operator to be able to refund an out of order card.

5.6.7 Card Withdrawal

Cards have to be withdrawn from the customer after the following events. Card is out of order Card reaches the end of duration,

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Card is in black list. Abusive usage has been detected

5.6.8 Card Restoring

Data stored in failed card are restored in a new card. Restore Card Function is necessary in case of card failure. Remaining value has to be restored in a new card. When the card fails, the card is unreadable. For card restore function a card image is stored in the central card data base. Card image management requires all transaction to be forwarded to the central card database.

5.6.9 Card Destruction

Card is physically destroyed. Electric functions are not available and appearance is definitively modified (card cutting or burning).

5.6.10

Selling

Tickets will be sold in TOM and TVM and cards can be reloaded into a TVM. The first delivery of a personalised card shall be done in a TOM.

5.6.11

Modes of Payment

At TVM and TOM, passenger can pay: In cash (coins and banknotes), By credit cards,

5.6.12

Ticket validity Control and inspection Principles

In the paid area, a staff of operator inspectors shall have the possibility to check the validity of the customer’s tickets with the appropriated equipment.

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6. Specific Functional Requirements
6.1 TOM Functions
6.1.1 General Characteristics of the Ticket Office Machine (TOM)

The TOM shall be installed at the ticket office, which is located in the unpaid areas of each station. The TOM will be used for issue of single-ride ticket, SVT or reload SVT.The TOM can be used for verification of all tickets types. The TOM shall be designed for English and Arabic languages. The TOM is a self-contained device but shall, nevertheless, be connected to the Station Computer Unit (SCU) as regards the following functions: Accounting (transmission of sales messages); Supervision (alarms); Management of the devices (downloading of parameters or files, transmission of commands and controls). TOM, TVM and AVM equipment will integrate a printer to print a customer receipt.

6.2 TVM Functions
6.2.1 General Characteristics of the Ticket Vending Machine (TVM)

TVM shall be installed in non-paid area. TVM shall have the capability of accepting coins, bank notes and credit cards for purchasing tickets. It shall deliver single-use ticket, deliver SVT card or reload SVT. The TVM shall be designed for English and Arabic languages. TVM, according to operation needs, may be added in the paid area to allow the payment of an extra fare. TVM operation access will be by the back. Physical characteristics are: TVM with Coins, Bank notes acceptor and Credit Card payment
Dimensions High Wide Deep Features Color graphic display Pointing / selection

1800 mm maximum 1000 mm maximum 800 mm maximum VGA minimum Touch screen or right / left (4x2) buttons Cancellation Key

Cancellation

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Coins acceptor Banknote acceptor Credit card payment Receipt printer SVT stock SVT reload antenna Cash box (coin or notes) Voice guidance Capacity SVT stock Cash box – bank notes Cash box (coin or notes) Technology Computer unit Update and monitoring Yes – 6 types of coins to accept Option – 10 types of notes to accept Option – Magnetic and Smart Card (EMV) Option Option Option Secured box Option 400 Cards (about - 2 full days of sales) 2000 4000 (about - 2 full days of sales) PC based Remote management including software and firmware download, tables and secure key remote management

6.3 AVM Functions
6.3.1 General Characteristics of the Add Value Vending Machine (AVM)

AVM shall be installed in non-paid area. AVM is used by passenger who already has a SVT card and wants to add value on the card (reload the card) and pay with a bank credit card. This special vending machine is a simple easy to use and to operate (no consumable, no cash). The AVM shall be designed for English and Arabic languages.

Main characteristics are:
Dimensions High Wide Deep Cabinet Installation Access Features Color graphic display Pointing / selection

1000 mm maximum 800 mm maximum 500 mm maximum Trough the Wall or floor standing on pedestal Front access VGA minimum Touch screen or right / left (4x2) buttons Cancellation Key Magnetic and Smart Card (EMV) Option Option PC based

Cancellation Credit card payment Receipt printer SVT reload antenna Voice guidance Technology Computer unit

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Update and monitoring Remote management including software and firmware download, tables and secure key remote management

6.4 Enquiry Machine Functions
6.4.1 General Characteristics of the Enquiry Machine (ENQ)

The ENQ shall be installed in the station in the unpaid area. It is used by the passenger to read the remaining value of a SVT card. The ENQ shall be designed for English and Arabic languages. Main characteristics are:
Dimensions High Wide Deep Features Display Smart reading area Installation

500 mm maximum 300 mm maximum 200 mm maximum Minimum – 2 line of 16 characters Visible and easy access Three type of installation by mounting kit: - Wall - Desk (sale counter) - Floor standing on pedestal Remote management including software and firmware download, tables and secure key remote management Or Contactless with a portable device (NFC or Bluetooth) for firmware and parameters download.

Technology Update and monitoring

6.5 PCD Functions
6.5.1 General Characteristics of the Portable Control Device (PCD)

The PDC is used by controller or inspector to check the validity of a card or thin ticket. The PDC shall offer following functionality: Displaying information on its screen (if necessary or on passenger request), Checking the validity of the tickets Checking validity dates of the card, Signalling the conclusion of the control by a sound, different for OK or NOK conclusion. If NOK, the motive of the card reject will be clearly displayed on the screen, Input data with a keyboard,

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1 General Characteristics of the gates Automatic Gate is used to control access to the paid area.Riyadh The PCD shall be designed for English and Arabic languages. Some gates are bi-directional gate (entry or exit). Gates are flap gates.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Common configuration of gates AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .6 Gates 6. Entry gate allow passenger to enter in the network. Main characteristics are: Dimensions Hand held device Battery . the gates will have a mechanism of retention of thin tickets. Exit gate controls passenger ticket leaving the network. All gates shall be designed for English and Arabic languages.doc 31 July 2009 Page 391 / 496 .Vol 2 Part 2.6. To exit network. tables and secure key remote management 6. reversible gates and flush gate operated by presenting contactless ticket.autonomy Card Ticket printer Technology Computer unit Update and monitoring 20 hours Option PC based Remote management including software and firmware download.

Optimised (auto adaptation) Visual information (LED.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Media type accepted (Card) Close to the reader .Normally open . Lamp) .doc 31 July 2009 Page 392 / 496 .sound (accepted.Vol 2 Part 2. dot not use .In operation.Normally closed . rejected) .Riyadh Main characteristics are: Dimensions – Gate cabinet High Wide Length Weight Passenger free passage Normal Gate free passage Features Card reader Entry gate Exit gate Bi-directional gate Flap Operation 1100 mm maximum 300 mm maximum 1900 mm maximum 300 Kg 550 mm maximum To the passenger left in entry Card Card reader Entry and exit device at each side Choice (parameter) to use: .light (pass. rejected) .display ( 2 lines x 16 characters) Long distance Information Passenger information display Performances AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .

SNMP or OPC) to allow an external server (like a SCADA) to monitor and control SCU and station equipments.7.2 TVM.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The graphical IHM shows all equipments in the station and the status of each device. This is achieved by an agent in the station pushing an “all gates released” button that will immediately open all the gates for free exit (by shutting the power off or by other adequate means). logs …) if the central equipment or the network is down.Vol 2 Part 2. the gate shall be released to the open mode for enabling free exit through this gate. SCU is a server based on standard computer and standard operating system. and a device level IHM showing devices module and status of modules. SCU provide a standard protocol (contacts. 6. SCU has a capacity to store up-to 5 days of activities (transactions. The SCU shall be designed for English and Arabic languages.doc 31 July 2009 Page 393 / 496 .Riyadh Entry Exit Capacity 50 passenger per minutes 40 passenger per minutes (SVT) Technology Flaps Update and monitoring Flap on two sides Remote management including software and firmware download. tables and secure key remote management 6. SCU can provide an HTTP interface (and Web server) to allow remote access to the SCU and allow the administration by a remote agent. 20 TVM and up-to 50 000 passengers per day.1 General Characteristics of the SCU SCU manage all equipments in the station. TOM and Gate Control and Management SCU provides IHM to monitor and control devices.2 Emergency procedures Power supply for each equipment shall be mounted through UPS to avoid power supply short failures In case of power interruption for a gate. all gates must be released to ensure proper exit of the people inside the paid area.7 Station Computer Unit Function 6. SCU can manage up-to 40 gates. 6. Each gate shall be connected to this emergency button with a secured wired connection. 20 TOM. In case of emergency. The SCU terminal (a PC based workstation) is used by station operator to monitor and pilot AFC equipments.7.6.

Detailed transactions of SVT to detect fraudulent reloading. 6. Database Management . .AFC Central Server Operator Interface AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 6. traffic and maintenance reports.1 General Characteristics of the Card Initialization Machine (CIM) The CIM is used in the back-office to initialise contactless smart card. One of the main roles is to personalised contactless smart card: print on Credit card size plastic card mandatory information’s o Card holder name o Picture o Card number o …. .Date & time.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .The data received from the SCUs are stored in the AFC Database.Riyadh SCU provide services and protocols such as SNMP or OPC to allow an external client to monitor SCU and devices in the station. .Black list of cards and SVT detected as fraudulent and cards reported as lost or stolen.doc 31 July 2009 Page 394 / 496 .9 AFC Central Server Function The AFC Central Server performs the following functions: Interface with the SCUs The AFC Central Server downloads the SCUs with the system parameters: . The accounting and traffic data at the end of each accounting day.Fare table. . The AFC Central Server receives from the SCUs: The equipment units status & alarms in real time. .The data are store in the AFC Database for 2 months: The previous and the current one. in order to allow the AFC Central Server operator interface to prepare the accounting.Operators list. Encode on the card the necessary information o Holder name o Status o Card validity - Enable the card for operation The CIM shall be designed for English and Arabic languages.8.Vol 2 Part 2.8 CIM Functions 6.

per type and per TOM. for one day or for one month. The reports available to AFC Central Server operator are the following: Traffic Statistics: - Table of exit & entry flows per station and per time period (10 minutes) for one day. - An authorized operator has access to the main menu functions: Configuration definition or modification of fare table operators list date & time. Contactless card distribution: AFC Central Server will verify that only one card has been distributed for each customer.Riyadh Taking into account the confidentiality of the data stored at AFC Central Server level (accounting …).List of Stored Value between gates and TOM processes. the identification of the card and the customer profile entitling to purchase discounted ticket.Total amount reloaded in Stored Value Ticket by day. for one station and for one month. month.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Log-out: Exit from the AFC Central Server functions. Reporting: Display of print-out of accounting. traffic maintenance reports and alarms for current or previous month. The operator has to key-in his own identification number and his password. the access to the AFC Central Server functions is protected by the identification function. Table of exit by entry flows per station for one day.Total amount collected in the Exit gates from the SVT by day. Table of passengers flows per ticket type and per day for one month. Table of exit by entry flows per station for one month. Table of sales or exchanges per ticket type for one TOM and for one day or for one month.multi attribution of several cards to the same customers Cards in Black list shall be upgraded every day with the serial number of the card reported as stolen or lost Maintenance: - Table of gates anomalies counters. year . month. week. week. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Table of sales or exchanges per ticket type for one station and for one day or for one month. for one station and for one month. Table of TOM anomalies counters.doc 31 July 2009 Page 395 / 496 . . Accounting: - Table of sales or exchanges per ticket type for one TOM operator shift.abusive usage of discounted contracts. Stored Value Usage: . Table of exit & entry flows per station and per day for one month.stolen or lost card . year Black List generation Contactless card shall be included in black list in the following events . . per type and per gate. Table of sales or exchanges per ticket type for the whole network.Vol 2 Part 2.

required for operation of the system.compliant with ISO 14443 . These data are: All data related with attribution of contactless card and profile to the customer. per type and per SCU. comprising the contactless cards reported lost or stolen as well as SVT considered as fraudulent. Table of equipment units anomalies counters for the whole network.Riyadh Table of TVM anomalies counters. per type and per TVM. Alarms for the operation or the maintenance services. 6. All Contactless readers must recognize type A and type B presented card and switch to type A or type B protocol to manage the presented card. is exchanged between the AFC equipment units across the Station network. 6. Price tables. End of selling session. and SCU). Shut downs. TVM. Date and time information transmitted to the SCU by the master clock located in OCC.Vol 2 Part 2. Authorisations to start selling session. Table of SCU anomalies counters.microprocessor based or memory logic.13 Contactless readers Contactless Reader must read type A and type B media and must be ‘hardware ready’ for NFC. Fare tables. AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . TOM.doc 31 July 2009 Page 396 / 496 . All contactless readers must be ‘hardware ready’ for NFC and be able only by new firmware download to manage NFC phone and continue to accept type A and type B cards. . per equipment type (Gate. Black lists. All data required for accounting and for compilation of sales history.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .11 Parking Computer Unit (option) Each Parking Computer Unit shall be connected to the Ticketing Central Server. Maintenance information will be transmitted to the Maintenance Management System.10 Data Exchange between Equipment Units A certain number of data. 6. Forcing at the end of the selling authorisation time. for one station and for one month. for one station and for one month. Sales Report and Shift Report. 6.12 Contactless media SVT Contactless smart card Contactless smart cards delivered by the contractor are: .

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 6.doc 31 July 2009 Page 397 / 496 . AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . An application is delivered to be installed on any TOM or Card personalization system to read SVT and SJT and display a formatted and easy to read content of the presented card. These applications are designed by the contractor.Vol 2 Part 2.14 Media Transport Application SVT Media transport application is stored in SVT Card.

2 AFC system capacity AFC equipments and AFC system must provide the following performances. AFC must be able to manage 80 000 passengers per day.1 Contactless media and reader performances At the Gate or ENQ.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the transaction time must be less than 250 ms. Performances and Dimensions 7. END OF THE DOCUMENT AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SPECIFICATIONS (3280) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh 7.doc 31 July 2009 Page 398 / 496 .Vol 2 Part 2. 7.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . / O.TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 2 . Revision: A1 Prepared by Name Date 28 Jul 2009 Signature Jean-Marc Ryckboer Pierre Gomez Checked by Laurent Fontaine 28 Jul 2009 Approved by Olivier Bouhier 28 Jul 2009 Date: 28 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 . .G.Riyadh Revision Date Subject of issue / Revision Author A0 A1 16/06/2009 28/07/2009 First issue Revision according to Hill Intl comment P.R. Number Family Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Title: Document number: KAFD SYSTRA SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS PHB PE SYS SIG 3290 T A1 Project Transmitter Phase Type Discipline Subject Doc. JM.B.

..............................................................................8 Route Interlocking...................................5.............................................................................. 294 6.................................................. 296 6......... 299 6.................5...................................................... 290 1................................................................................................................ 300 9.............2 Speed Detection ........................................................3 Vehicle Splitting and Integrity Protection.................................. 293 6.............................2 CONFLICTING ROUTES ............................................................................ 293 6.......................................7 Emergency Braking....1 Service Braking........................................1 Switch Interlocking ...................................................................................10 Reverse Running Interlock .............................................................................................................................................................................. 294 6............... 6....... 291 CODES AND STANDRADS...................................................................... 298 6.....................................6 BRAKE ASSURANCE .........5.............Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1................................................................................... 298 6.................. 296 6.doc 28 July 2009 Page 400 / 496 .........5................................ 300 SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ...............4 OVER SPEED PROTECTION ................................................................................2.........................................5.............................. PROJECT BACKDROP ...................................... 299 6................................................. 298 6.9 Uncoupled Vehicle Protection ........ 299 6...........................................................6 Departure Interlocks.............................................................................................................3 Braking performance monitoring...................................................................................... AUTOMATIC VEHICLE OPERATION.............................................................................. 295 6...................................................................................... 295 6................................................................ 3.................................................................................... 295 6..........................1 Safe end of Track Approach.....................................5....................................4 Direction Control and Anti Rollback Protection ..................... 300 9.................................................5. 296 6....................................... 298 6......................................................................6... 292 SIGNALLING SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS...............................................................................................................................1 SECURING OF ROUTES .....KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ....... 295 6....................... 293 6..............................5 Door Opening Control Interlocks ................................................. 299 6..............5........................... 290 GLOSSARY ......... 300 9....................................5............................................. 300 INTERLOCKING FUNCTIONS ..........Vol 2 Part 2.........................................................................................................6......................................12 Restricted Route Protection ..................................................... 294 6...................................................................................................................................................................6........ 9................. 299 AUTOMATIC VEHICLE SUPERVISION.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1 1..............................................................................8 CABIN INFORMATION ............................................................................................... INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................5............2 2................................................................................ 4.................................................................................... 5............................................... 291 GENERAL OPERATION REQUIREMENTS.2 Emergency Braking..........................................................................5.........................7 TEMPORARY SPEED RESTRICTIONS .............. 292 AUTOMATIC VEHICLE PROTECTION ............................ 299 7..............5 OTHER AVP DETECTIONS ................................11 Work Zone Protection .... 298 6. 8................................................................................................................................ 295 6....................3 UNAUTHORISED MOTION PREVENTION .................1 VEHICLE PRESENCE DETECTION ......... 290 PURPOSE OF THE DOCUMENT .........................2 SAFE VEHICLE SEPARATION ..............................5.........................................

.........................................................................................................................2............................................... 304 15...... 301 SHUNTING INFORMATION ...................... 304 15.........................6 SYSTEM SAFETY REQUIREMENTS ............2 Components ..................................................................................................................................... 303 15.............1 General Characteristics................................................. 311 Vibration Response..........................................................................................................................1 TRACK SWITCH MACHINE ..................... 302 14................................. 304 15......................................... 13...........2 12................................................................. 301 14......................................... 304 15..................................... 303 15..........................................................................................1 Climatic Conditions ..................................................1 18................ 18...............................Vol 2 Part 2...................................................2................................................................... 301 DRIVING MODES .............................................................................................. 302 14.............1 11.............4 Spare Part Requirements ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 300 MAIN CRITERIA ......................2..................................................................................................................... 307 16................................................................312 Onboard Equipment Mechanical Testing...................................................................................2.............................. 301 DEGRADED MODES.....310 Apparatus.............................................1 TECHNOLOGICAL REQUIREMENTS ..............1 18.......................2 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS...2 18........1 Dielectric Strength ............................2 Overall Availability Requirements.................. 300 LIST OF SIGNALISED ROUTES.........312 Impact Response ......................... 301 COMPLEMENTARY SIGNALLING ................................................. SOFTWARE ASSURANCE ..........................................................................................................................................................2.......... 307 16.....2.................................................. 303 15...312 18...............................................................................1 General Characteristics........... 302 14...1......................2 18...........................1.............................. AVC SYSTEM ASSURANCE ..........................1 12..........................2 COMPUTER BASED INTERLOCKING AND VEHICLE CONTROL .........................2......................................................................................2................................................................................................2 DESIGN HEADWAYS ...................................................... 306 16....................Riyadh 10............................................................................... 301 14............................................................. 302 14.............................4 VEHICLE PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS ...................................................................................................................................................3 OPERATION HEADWAY ......................302 14.................................................. 301 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS........2..............................................................................3 TRACKSIDE SIGNALS ................................................................4 SIGNALLING INSTALLATION POWER SUPPLY ................... SYSTEM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS ....................... 310 18................... 11.............................................5 Comments.. 309 18............................................................6.... 308 18.........................................1....................................................................................1 14..............2....................... 305 15...............doc 28 July 2009 Page 401 / 496 ..................................2 Maintenance Facilities of the Module.....................................1....311 18..1 Overall Reliability Requirements........................................................................ 307 16............................................................2............................................................. 307 16............................. 11.................................. 308 17........................................1..................................................................................................2 Quantitative System Safety Requirements ......................................................................................................................2................................................................ 310 18...................................6.............1 Qualitative Safety Requirements .................2 13.......................................................... 312 SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ........................................ DEPOT OPERATIONS ........................................................................................................... 308 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS ............... 302 14......................................................................................................................................................2..................... 304 15.... 301 NORMAL MODE ................................ 12.....2.....................2..................................................................................................... AVAILABILITY AND MAINTAINABILITY REQUIREMENTS .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ...................................................................1 RAM FAILURE CATEGORIES FOR SIGNALLING SYSTEM ........................................... 308 16............................3 Order of Execution of Mechanical and Climatic Testing..........................................3 Mechanical Conditions ................................1 GENERAL ............................. 305 16............................................2....................................... 306 16.........................2 RELIABILITY............................................2....................................................................... 300 SHUNTING AREAS................................3 Overall Maintainability Requirements...................................2.......5 DRIVING MODE SPEEDS ......... Equipment....................

....316 Maintenance Tools................................7............. 322 19..................................1 General ........2................1 Type Testing ..........2 18............ 322 19.....................3 CODES AND STANDARDS .........................................................................3..........................................................................................316 Main Signalling Computer System .. 326 LOCAL CONTROL FACILITIES ................. TEST AND ACCEPTANCE (VTA) PLAN ........................318 18.................... 319 INSPECTION................................ 323 19...........4 Field Installation Test ......................................................... 314 18...........................................3 19................................. 321 19.. 326 ALARM AND MALFUNCTION REPORTING AND MAINTENANCE FACILITIES ....7.................2 SCOPE OF WORK ..........................316 Trackside Signalling Equipment ..............................................................3 18...................................................3 MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP REQUIREMENTS SCOPE OF WORK .....4 SIGNALLING SYSTEM VERIFICATION......................................................................................................................................Riyadh 18..............KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ..............................3............. 321 19......................................................5 Onboard Signalling Equipment......... 21..................................3.........................1 GENERAL (APPLICABLE TO ALL SIGNALLING SUBSYSTEMS) .................................................................................................................................................3..................2 Subsystem Supplies ................1 22................3...................................4 Other Conditions....... 320 19.........................3...5 TEST DOCUMENTATION ............................2.............................................................2.................................................3 Integrated System Test ....................... 320 19.........................................6 TEST TRACK TESTING............................ 314 18.....................316 Spare Parts .....................................................................2................... 314 18.......................................... 326 SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master ......................................................doc 28 July 2009 Page 402 / 496 ............................7..................................... 321 19...................................................... 323 20.........................................................2.............. Documentation....................1 18.................................. 324 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE STAFF TRAINING AND DOCUMENTATION .......................................7 TEST AND INSPECTION STAGES ........7............................4 18...................................................3........................... 320 19...............................................................................................................................................2......................... 314 18...... 22.........3................. 320 19...................... 322 19.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 325 SUPPORT SERVICES AND MAINTENANCE..................Vol 2 Part 2......................................................... 22........................................................................................................................................2 FAILURE MANAGEMENT ..................................................................................................................................................................... TEST AND ACCEPTANCE ..........................2 Factory Acceptance Tests .........................

buildings.modern urban transit system. Such system will comprise a one track line in circular configuration. One major characteristic and challenge of this project is the integration of the stations inside buildings. 1.2 Purpose of the document The Present document constitutes the particular specification of the signalling and the driving mode system for KAFD MONORAIL line. The intended tender process shall be driven mostly by functional and performance requirements and should be read as a reference. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . totally elevated with a satisfactorily level of integration into the whole KAFD development.1 Project backdrop The objective of this Project is to provide public transport services to passengers travelling within the area of King Abdullah Financial District. Introduction 1. with air conditioned trains and stations.Riyadh 1. The Monorail System should be a state of the art ultra.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 2. This document is written with the objective to produce a flexible tender documentation and should not be considered as a restrictive description. hotel complexes and street network. in keeping with the image of the KAFD Development. using the KAFD Monorail System.doc 28 July 2009 Page 403 / 496 .

Glossary AVC AVO AVP AVR AVS CCTV BMS IP LRU MMI IXL MTBE OCC OCCR OCCS PA SPI SDMS TSR Automatic Vehicle Control Automatic Vehicle Operation Automatic Vehicle Protection Automatic Vehicle Regulation Automatic Vehicle Supervision Close Circuit Television Equipments Control & Monitoring System Ingress Protection Lowest Replaceable Unit Men Machine Interface Interlocking Mean Time Between Events Operating Control Centre Operating Control Centre Room Operating Control Centre System Public Address Switch Position Indicator Signalling and Driving Modes System Temporary Speed Restriction SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . he is invited to raise his concerns to the Employer and offer alternative solutions. the term “signalling system” includes also the “driving mode” functions. It is stressed that the intended procurement process shall be driven mostly by functional and performance requirements.Riyadh The specified system shall perform interlocking functions at shunting zones. The Employer will favourably consider alternatives that strictly match the intended functional and performance requirements without compromising essential factors such as RAMS and aesthetics.Vol 2 Part 2. Should the contractor feel disadvantaged because of a harsh or unnecessary requirement. The Employer and its Consultant have deployed their utmost efforts to produce a flexible tender documentation. In the relevant specification.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 2. Only the functions to be implemented are to be taken into account. it is understood that these specific requirements represent the current state-of-the-art adopted by the industry and should be read as a reference. The AVO is a concept and not a predefined sub-system. They are referred collectively as Signalling System. characteristics or solutions to be conformed to by the Contractor. although the Specifications attached herein may seem at times rather restrictive. Automatic Vehicle Operation (AVO) and Automatic Vehicle Supervision (AVS). and Automatic Vehicle Control (AVC) functions including Automatic Vehicle Protection. While certain clauses prescribe specific values.doc 28 July 2009 Page 404 / 496 .

Programmable Logic Controllers: General Information.Electronic equipment used on rolling stock Railway applications . development.C switchgear DC Circuit breakers Railway applications: Electronic equipment used on rolling stock equipment Railway applications . low smoke and non halogen gas emission as per relevant international standards. Codes and Standrads The main standards assumed as a reference for the system design are the EN 5012X suite of CENELEC standards or any equivalent one recognized is a major mass transit country: EN 50126 EN 50129 EN 50128 ISO 9001 IS0 9000-3 IEC 1131 IEC 1000-5-2 MIL-HDBK-217 IEEE P1483 PS007-X-SAP-PL-SYS-140192 PS007-X-SAP-PL-SYS-140191 EN 50155 IEC 61 373 IEC 60 529 EN 50123-1 EN 50123-2 EN 50155 ENV 50121-1 Reliability.Rolling stock equipment . and safety (RAMS) Communications. installing and servicing.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 28 July 2009 Page 405 / 496 . and processing systems . Guidelines for the application of ISO 9001 to the development. Signalling.Fixed installations D. maintainability.C switchgear General Railway applications . EMC Cabling guideline RAM requirements draft standard for Verification of safety for processor based systems used in Rail Transit Control Safety & Security Program Plan System Assurance Program Plan Railway appliances . The mentioned standards are to be of the latest edition in effect at the beginning of the design phase. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . supply and maintenance of software. Signalling.electromagnetic compatibility – general Cables shall be flame retardant. and processing systems: safety related electronic systems for signalling Communications.software for railway control and protection systems Model for quality assurance in design. production.Shock and vibration tests Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP codes) Consolidated Railway applications .Fixed installations D. availability.Vol 2 Part 2.Riyadh 3.

the safety and the quality of service. In normal operations. Under nominal mode of operation. Under degraded mode of operation it shall be.doc 28 July 2009 Page 406 / 496 .Riyadh 4. however. So as to enhance.Vol 2 Part 2. the Signalling system shall be able to provide a vehicle precise stopping function (refer to the transit vehicles performance specifications . track switch in the wrong position or unlocked or other hazard. the Vehicles shall run in one direction except in limited identified shunting zones. General Operation Requirements The Signalling system shall cover the main loop line and the depot operations.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Nevertheless an attendant is highly recommended onboard the train for any emergency/contingency procedure application and for manual driving of the vehicle. and provide all the necessary data to support maintenance activity. Vehicles will stop at every station of their pattern. skip a station (without stopping and/or without opening the screen doors) or all the stations for example. The Signalling system shall facilitate and monitor safely the manual operation on the mainline and in the depot. The Signalling system shall provide the OCC staff with user-friendly controls and supervision. the Signalling system shall assist operation by preventing main hazards such as bumping or collision with another vehicle. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . According to the required performance in order to stop vehicle at station platform with accurate position. possible to modify the standard configuration. Coupling of two Vehicles is only allowed for rescue purpose. The Signalling system shall manage the conflicting routes and shall allow the setting of several routes and automatic routes.platform screen doors). The operation is driverless on the main line and up to the depot building (in other words: the access track from the main line to the depot building should be driverless).

with proven in use interfaces between those subsystems. By design the AVC system shall make provision for the insertion of new stations within the line as well as provision for line extension or modification. control and automated functions necessary to achieve fully supervised operation of Vehicles throughout the line sections. . great operational flexibility and safety through continuous over speed protection. The AVC. operations personnel and vehicles.doc 28 July 2009 Page 407 / 496 . Signalling System Requirements The Signalling System shall be composed of the 2 following main sub-systems: 1. the Signalling system shall require no OCC staff intervention other than supervision. and system architecture shall ensure that the operation of the system shall continue even in the presence of any significant failures. Interlocking (IXL): the system shall provide basic interlocking functions to ensure route command and setting in safe conditions. However the trackside equipment in interlocking zones shall provide signalling protection for manual operation during the infrequent system failures impacting normal operation. Automatic Vehicle Control (AVC): the system shall provide the maximum safe operating flexibility and allow all safe operating running. The AVC system is intended to provide a short headway. in order to evacuate as fast as possible all the passengers remaining in the monorail vehicles. which will feature hi-speed and bi-directional communication between onboard. in terms of geography and capacity (but this case is quite of low probability on a main line in loop shape). SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . in order to perform the required safety protection and operation flexibility. In case of significant failure.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and to support degraded service. The Signalling system shall use a concept type. trackside and operations control centre (OCC) sub-systems.Automatic Vehicle Supervision (AVS): the system shall provide all monitoring.Vol 2 Part 2. redundancy. high reliability and availability. the system shall allow the fallback to alternative modes of operation under OCC staff full supervision. The AVC function encloses the 2 following sub-functions: . availability and maintainability requirements as specified in the General Specifications without redundant hardware). and minimum OCC staff intervention out of normal service (degraded mode). Any equipment failure or line interruption shall be instantly reported to the OCC and must lead to minimal service disruption.Riyadh 5. (unless the Contractor can substantiate by detailed analysis that his system can meet all reliability.Automatic Vehicle Protection (AVP): the system shall control and supervise automated Vehicle operations in such a way to assure the safety of passengers. Necessary Automatic Vehicle Control hardware and software shall be provided to achieve a safe and efficient operation. The system shall remain opened to anticipate further line extensions. During the normal service. optimised maintenance tasks. 2. The system architecture shall include redundant hardware for all AVC subsystems. interlocking and vehicle detection subsystems shall form an integrated vehicle control system. Equipment reliability.

The AVP system shall take into account the slipping and sliding of wheels to calculate its position. including loss of power both at the trackside and on board the Vehicle. The presence detection function shall enable the AVP to detect the loss of presence of a previously detected Vehicle in all circumstances. Upon an AVP failure or AVP out-of service the vehicle presence detection shall not be affected as such vehicle tracking is maintained in the OCC. The AVP detection function shall detect the presence of any running or stationary vehicle on the track. The time to recover from a lost presence condition. travel direction and length established by the AVP system. The AVP detection status shall be reported in real time to the cabin and the OCC.1 Vehicle Presence Detection Vehicle presence detection shall be provided for all vehicles including maintenance vehicles (as much as possible). the Signalling system shall override the AVP functionalities allowing vehicle operation under the driver/attendant control and responsibility.Riyadh 6. that is the restoration of presence detection.Vol 2 Part 2. any change of the status of non-occupancy in front of a Vehicle shall immediately and automatically lead to a reduction of authority limits and/or speed in order to prohibit Vehicle passage of the obstruction. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . and provides annunciations in cabin and OCC.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2 Safe Vehicle Separation Communication between onboard and wayside systems shall be supported by continuous. high capacity and bidirectional data communications. Presence detection shall be provided for the main line as well as the depot area. Movement authority shall be delivered upon non detection of occupancy of the portion of track within the authority boundaries. shall be minimized. 6. If a lost presence is detected. under a downgraded driving mode. The AVP detection function shall provide position accuracy to support the performance and safety requirements. In case of AVP unavailability. All Vehicles equipped with AVP system shall have their position. Loss of presence detection shall result in the AVP controlling the system into a safe condition. the AVP system shall ensure and preserve system safety. 6. the Vehicle position function shall be self-initializing. No manual input of data shall be required to locate any Vehicle. In the event of failure. For unexpected change of non-occupancy within a movement authority in force. trackside and vehicle borne system and auxiliary trackside system equipment). whether running or stationary. Automatic Vehicle Protection AVP functions shall be achieved by means of an integrated Signalling system (Interlocking system.doc 28 July 2009 Page 408 / 496 . speed limit.

3 Unauthorised Motion Prevention The AVP subsystem shall ensure that irrevocable emergency brakes are applied if there is a vehicle movement when the vehicle is supposed to be in a stopped (zero speed) condition or when the vehicle moves in a direction other than the commended direction of travel. . the AVP speed profile shall be defined during the Contractor design such that: .doc 28 July 2009 Page 409 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . an immediate and automatic reduction to zero speed for all endangered movement authorities for other Vehicles shall take place. The speed limit can be permanent or temporary (e. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh The AVP shall ensure and maintain safe operation between Vehicles. and trackside shunting signals.Vol 2 Part 2. closing up and stopping as short as possible prior to movement authority limits associated with a dynamic obstacle such as: o rear of Vehicle or unequipped vehicle or specific trackside point to protect o entrance of elementary detection zone occupied by a Vehicle o failed elementary detection zone o track-section blocked by OCC/AVS. This shall be achieved without any violation of the safety parameters (for instance. In case of violation of one Vehicle end of movement authority limit. the Vehicle borne AVC equipment shall continuously determine the maximum safe speed at the Vehicle location.4 Over Speed Protection The AVP system shall provide over speed protection function by ensuring that the speed of the Vehicle does not exceed the safe speed-distance profile anywhere along the line.The vehicle will be capable of safely reducing speed. or to the entrance of an elementary detection zone occupied by an AVP unequipped (work/maintenance) or failed Vehicle. 6. due to wind speed). Vehicles equipped with AVC shall be capable of closing up to the rear of a preceding Vehicle. In establishing the AVP profile. nor be achieved without any violations of safety parameters. Braking distance shall be derived from a safe braking model that shall consider worst case system response times and failure conditions. Safe Vehicle separation shall be based upon a principle of an instantaneous (brick wall) stop before a preceding Vehicle. Reset and restart shall be possible from the cabin. 6. This speed reducing and Vehicle stopping shall not require any additional authorizations from the trackside AVC or the OCC. this function is required to permit the vehicle to enter and berth at a station platform when there is a shunting signal at danger or a bumper stop just beyond the platform exit.). procedures. This Vehicle without AVP shall be (manually) controlled by rules and. consistent with railway industry practice.g. The safe braking model shall be submitted as part of safe braking calculations. In addition.The vehicle will be capable of safely reducing speed. closing up and stopping as short as possible prior to movement authority limits associated with shunting signals at stop instruction or buffer stops. The AVP shall support speed limits that vary along the track as a consequence of local conditions. All following and opposing running shall be protected by safety critical processes. for comparison with the actual Vehicle speed.

5. 6.5.Vol 2 Part 2.doc 28 July 2009 Page 410 / 496 . 6.Riyadh Then emergency braking shall automatically be initiated if the actual speed of the Vehicle is exceeding the AVP profile maximum speed at the actual Vehicle location. Emergency braking shall automatically be initiated if a Vehicle is moving against the direction allowed in its current movement authority.5. 6. This feature allows Automatic Vehicle Operation into stations where there is no storage track beyond the platform.2 Speed Detection Actual speed detection: a continuous measurement of the actual real speed of the Vehicle shall be provided by the onboard equipment. detachment or separation. an immediate emergency stop shall be imposed on all units of the previously connected Vehicle.5. International regulations required that passenger's doors shall not be opened by the train control system when the train is above "zero speed".4 Direction Control and Anti Rollback Protection The AVP shall ensure in real time that the specific running direction on each track is respected.3 Vehicle Splitting and Integrity Protection Facilities shall exist to detect any coupling.5. An alarm shall be immediately reported to the OCC.5 Other AVP Detections 6. Upon a detection of an unscheduled uncoupling. The AVC shall detect an unexpected split and establish appropriate limits of authority to prevent other Vehicles from entering the pull-apart area. The main purpose of this function would be to validate that a penalty stop has been enforced within required time limits.5 Door Opening Control Interlocks AVC system will prevent any passenger door from being opened by a train control system unless all the following conditions are met: SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . detachment and/or separation of detachable units of a Vehicle consist. Reversal of Vehicle travel direction shall be prevented until zero speed has been detected. This allows a train to be safely stopped (within the safe braking model) before reaching the end of the track. 6.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1 Safe end of Track Approach A train's Movement Authority Limit shall never extend beyond the end of the track. 6. Failure of the AVC system to validate a required penalty stop condition would result in an emergency brake application.

5.5.10 Reverse Running Interlock Fully automatic reverse running. For coupling operations.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . emergency brakes are applied at the end of a penalty stop. However.6 Departure Interlocks Regulations prohibit train movement unless all passenger doors are closed and locked. A penalty stop is irrevocable and can not be reset until the train is at zero speed. 6. but when all the above conditions are met. The door to be opened is in the "door open zone". In the case of the KAFD Monorail system. with protection. Once Distance To Go has advanced into the interlocking.8 Route Interlocking If a route interlocking or other apparatus exists in AVC territory. and when coupling occurs. Distance To Go shall not extend into the interlocking until the route is set and locked. This is equivalent to the interlocks functions provided by conventional interlocking practice (such as the track switch device). 6.5.5. The door open zone allows doors to open only if they are on the platform and on the same side of the train as the platform. In most applications. 6.7 Emergency Braking Depending on the application design. the AVC system shall support and protect this operation. A penalty stop is usually an application of maximum services brakes by the Train Protection function because the allowable speed has been exceeded and human or automatic controls did not slow the train in sufficient fashion per the safe braking model.5. the AVC system shall be able to apply the Emergency Brakes as required by conditions and shall be able to prevent the release of the Emergency Brakes unless certain conditions are met. shall be provided by the AVC system. or if a penalty stop is issued but the train service brakes do not adequately slow the train.Riyadh 1) Train is at Zero Speed. the route shall be locked until the rear of the train has cleared the interlocking. When units are uncoupled. which allows the train control system to open the doors before the train is fully stopped. the following train shall be able to approach to the lead train at safe coupling speed. 2) Minimum Service Brake Application for door opening is in effect.9 Uncoupled Vehicle Protection The AVC system shall detect a train that has parted for any reason and shall apply the Emergency Brakes. 6. AVC systems could have a "pre-door open" function. 6.doc 28 July 2009 Page 411 / 496 . then the AVC shall provide interlock functions to prevent train collisions and derailments. 6.5.11 Work Zone Protection The AVC shall allow Train Movement Supervisors to create zones on sections of tracks that enforce any SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Movement Authority Limit (MAL) for a train shall not be extended onto a section of track where an opposite traffic direction has already been established.Vol 2 Part 2. For an operation that requires coupling and uncoupling trains in AVC territory. departure may be prohibiting unless the conductor's keylock Mode Switch is in the Run Position. the AVC system shall detect the location and length of the single train. the AVC system shall automatically detect the location and lengths of the two parts.

Emergency braking.6. 2) Work Zone . 6. If the service brake is insufficient to keep the Vehicles within the AVP profile. Local system failure which prohibits correct function of fail safe local functions.Vol 2 Part 2. all Vehicles are stopped. shall remain active until the Vehicle comes to a complete stop.if a Vehicle is moving against the direction allowed in its current movement authority (anti roll back).12 Restricted Route Protection The AVC system shall allow other route protection functions. o Vehicle system failure which prohibits correct function of fail safe functions of Vehicles.6.doc 28 July 2009 Page 412 / 496 .upon system failures (including loss of fail safe communication between system units) that might create a dangerous situation such as: o General system failure which prohibits correct function of fail safe central functions. permanent or automatic. once initiated. After the Vehicle has stopped. unless a switch to a degraded driving mode is operated manually. this Vehicle is stopped. all Vehicles in predefined track sections within that locality are stopped. 2) Intrusions or other hazard detected on the route.A reduced civil speed limit is enforced 3) Manual Operation Only: Automatic operation of trains is not allowed. the emergency stop shall remain in force.If a Vehicle is moving without movement authority.2 Emergency Braking Emergency braking is initiated automatically upon any violation of safety conditions.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .3 Braking performance monitoring Vehicles with deficient emergency brakes shall trigger an alarm to the cabin and OCC and a report shall be generated for diagnostic and maintenance purpose. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1 Service Braking In normal conditions.Reduced Speed . the equipment shall apply the emergency braking. If conditions for the Vehicle to move are not fulfilled. 6. the AVP profile speed compliance shall be enforced by initiating service braking.5. including loss of position. . as follows: 1) Restrictions based on the type of train. whether temporary.6 Brake Assurance 6. Emergency braking shall automatically be initiated: . the emergency braking shall be required to be reseted for normal operation to resume.6. . 6.Riyadh of the following requirements: 1) Track Section Closed: no Movement Authority for any trains. regardless of any reset. 6.

The station dwell time can be monitored by the Automatic Vehicle Operation (AVO) Functions. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . 7. Other positions can be specified. deceleration and jerk rates to provide passengers comfort.3 Door Operation The AVC system shall be able to automatically open and close train passenger's doors. Door opening interlocks only allow those doors on the platform to be opened: 1) Normally.7 Temporary speed restrictions General orders shall provide a means for the OCC to apply temporary speed restrictions and remove them as necessary. The system will open the doors after the train has stopped at the platform. 3) If the platform is long enough for a second train to enter and stop. the AVC system shall support multiple stopping locations. as designed: 1) Doors are properly closed and locked. the AVO will sound a signal to notify the attendant to attempt to close the doors manually is case of problem. 2) Driver key turned to run position. Normally. The system shall control cruising speeds.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2 Platform Positioning The AVC system shall support a number of automatic platform positioning functions. The AVP shall ensure the compliance of Vehicles to temporary speed restrictions that are introduced and cancelled by the operator.1 Speed Control The AVC system shall be capable of providing full automatic operation of all trains.Vol 2 Part 2. acceleration. Train operation will resume with any of the following.8 Cabin information The Signalling system shall provide judicious and ergonomic information to the cabin/car in order to warn of the safety hazards before acting onto the vehicle running. 4) The next train shall be allowed to enter the station once the proceeding train has started to leave.Riyadh 6. that operation will be supported with automatic operation and protection.doc 28 July 2009 Page 413 / 496 . trains will be stopped automatically centred in the door open zone of the platform. 7. 2) Where the platform length is long enough. 6. 3) A "start" button is pressed (manual mode only). 7. within the constraints of Automatic Vehicle Protection and Automatic Vehicle Supervision Functions and when enabled by the train driver/attendant. Automatic Vehicle Operation 7.

Interlocking Functions 9.Vol 2 Part 2. Automatic Vehicle Supervision Refer to Document: Integrated Control System (KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-ICS-3260-T). route is interlocked in order to prevent any conflicting routes control.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 9. The route authority shall be given to protect vehicle against any safety hazard such as bumping and collision with another vehicle. The contractor shall provide safe routes for all shunting area and road intersection areas including the depot taking into account the following incompatibilities interlocking constraints: Incompatibilities further to the switch position Diverging Converging Turn out - Incompatibilities further to the" nose to nose" routes - Incompatibilities further to the "back to back" routes - Incompatibilities further to the reverse routes SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .doc 28 July 2009 Page 414 / 496 . the route authority shall not be given when switch is in manual hand operated position.1 Securing of routes Routes are defined as any vehicle movement authority that goes through a part of track from origin to destination position. Also. Mutually conflicting movement authorities are forbidden.2 Conflicting routes After control. regarding staff protection. 9.Riyadh 8.

local box). The track switches shall be also moved by totally manual operation (without any power supply).1 Switch Interlocking Detection of switch position shall be done automatically and continuously. movement authority limits and/or speed shall automatically be restricted to prohibit vehicle passage of the switch. the track switch is not interlocked by a movement authority in force. or the movement authority has been cancelled. vehicle on board. a change of track switch status away from the correct alignment or correct positioning takes place.2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The switch shall be capable of being operated manually by any personnel by the use of a mechanism common to all types of switches on the system. no change of track switch position by automatic or manual command must take place for a track switch occupied by a vehicle. The change of switch position is given through a remote route control (OCC.Riyadh 9. After selection of hand manual control. If due to an error. until the track switch has been released by a detected passage of the vehicle. No change of track switch position by automatic or manual command must take place within a movement authority in force until the track switch has been released from its locking by a fully detected passage of the vehicle holding the actual authority.doc 28 July 2009 Page 415 / 496 . motorised operation shall be prevented.Vol 2 Part 2. The two modes of operation shall exclude each other at any moment. The issue of movement authority involving track switches shall be conditioned on the correct alignment and locking of the track switches within the movement authority boundaries and the correct positioning of switches protecting that movement. Once a movement authority has been issued. Ordinary change of track switch position by automatic or manual command shall be conditioned by: non occupied status of the track portion that includes the track switch. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .

the AVC system shall possess a self testing capacity. The depot shall be equipped with the signalling system for Vehicle movement in all locations except for the designated shop tracks.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Before revenue service. the main line and shop transfer tracks. The full range of test requirements shall be driven by the system design and the requirements of the safety analysis.doc 28 July 2009 Page 416 / 496 .Depot Operations Safe manual driving of Vehicles within the Depot shall be used within limitation fixed by on-board AVP.Riyadh 10. Access of the vehicles to the maintenance workshops shall be protected by a device under the control of the signalling system. AVP functions shall be achieved by means of an integrated AVC trackside and Vehicle borne system and auxiliary trackside system equipment.Vol 2 Part 2. Boundaries between line and depot area shall be defined for the driving mode choice. Vehicles shall move between stabling tracks.

according to probability of signalling or switches failure.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 28 July 2009 Page 417 / 496 . SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .Riyadh 11. 11.To detect equipment failures. As a consequence. any track switch movement must be forbidden.2 Depot List of Signalised Routes The depot area is by principle a shunting zone.To prevent any unsafe action .1 Main Criteria A shunting area is an area where there are conflicting routes. route authorization signals. degraded modes and maintenance criteria. In degraded modes. Also. All routes are signalized to allow any movement from one position to another position whatever the flow is. They can be found on main line and in the depot. the signalized routes are all controlled and monitored from the OCC through AVS. As soon as a Vehicle runs on a signalized route.Vol 2 Part 2. the Contractor shall propose local route control boxes located at site and operable by the train attendant from (preferably) the train itself. motorized track switches. the signalized routes can be optionally controlled from the cabin. Shunting Areas 11. The Contractor shall install wayside optic signalling called "route authorization signalling" in these areas. In the shunting zones. It gives at least two indications: Route authorized Route forbidden. This system is based on two fundamental principles: A signalized route can be authorized if all incompatible routes are forbidden. and control devices are connected so as .

the washing shall be performed in less than 5 minutes.2 Degraded Modes The degraded modes shall be: CEILING MANUAL Driving Mode with a speed limit designed during the design studies. Driving Modes The AVC system shall support a number of vehicle operation modes comprising a normal driving mode and degraded driving modes. CEILING MANUAL Driving Mode for the depot under AVP supervision with a limited speed limit of 15kph. In any case. Manual driving under AVP supervision. The selection of one of the driving mode shall be possible only if the vehicle is in stationary position.Vol 2 Part 2.1 Normal Mode The normal driving modes shall be: AUTOMATIC Driving Mode. Driverless mode under AVO/AVP supervision. Changing the driving mode during the vehicle movement shall result to a Vehicle emergency brake. Speed limit to be implemented according to the washing machine performance.doc 28 July 2009 Page 418 / 496 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 12. ON SIGHT MANUAL Driving Mode with a limited speed. Manual driving under AVP supervision. WASHING Driving Mode. 12. 12. SUPERVISED Driving Mode. REVERSE Driving Mode. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .

Complementary Signalling 13. "shunting limit" board: it gives the limit point not to be overrun during a shunting movement. the signalling is completed with various wayside indicators which facilitate the shunting movements.1 Shunting Information For safety purposes.Riyadh 13.doc 28 July 2009 Page 419 / 496 . Limits of authority that are fixed in position (for example. - Permissible speeds.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . "absolute stop" board: it means for the vehicle where to stop and which overrun is prohibited without previous authorisation from OCC operator.Vol 2 Part 2. It is located at the end of the signalised area. "traction power supply status": board: a luminous indicator informing about the status of the traction power. “AVP out of service zone”. Limits of authority that may be required for working during degraded modes of operation or unavailability of the signalling system. temporary speed restrictions and associated warnings for degraded mode of operation shall be displayed at the wayside to allow continued operation when the permissible speed cannot be displayed in the cab. It is located at the beginning of the area. "route or switch control area" board: it informs to control route from the vehicle. "non signalised area" board: it informs of a non signalised area and the safety of running relies only upon the "sight running" mode. A luminous indicator at each end of platform of station to inform that the AVP is not into operation. the destination or the direction given by the lay out of the signalized route. Another indicator can be located at the end of the area to inform that the control is not effective after crossing. "speed limit" board: it gives the maximum authorised speed in the downstream track zone. A luminous indicator installed with the shunting signal shall indicate to the vehicle. The Contractor shall provide and install all trackside signs required for safe vehicle operation on the righthand side of the tracks facing the vehicle in the normal direction of operation. and location signs. flank protection). Wayside signs and indicators shall be auto-reflective. This shall include: “destination” or “direction” board. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . "buffer stop" board: it is installed at the track end.

a very high availability. which includes the controlled status of the track switch. 14. a fully modular and evolutionary architecture.Riyadh 14.1.2 Maintenance Facilities of the Module Diagnostics and maintenance subsystem consists of a personal computer based tool that provides support for the maintenance staff.1 General Characteristics The Computers will perform vital and non-vital functions.50 Hz. A comprehensive range of diagnostic facilities shall be built into the system. It shall be possible for maintenance staff to interrogate the system at any time and check the current state of any specified signalling functions. The main characteristics of such a system will be. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .2. Technical Requirements 14.Vol 2 Part 2. very short and efficient time separating activating condition from control achievement. easy to maintain. or list any current fault reports. 14. generally less than 15"). recognized and proven standards for equipment.doc 28 July 2009 Page 420 / 496 . considerable operational and maintenance savings over life cycle.1.2. at least: - a very high proven level of safety.2 Computer Based Interlocking and Vehicle Control 14. Emergency operation: the track switch engine must include a fast electrical manual operating control. easy default detection.1 Track Switch Machine 14.50 Hz ac voltage for one minute when applied between conductors and earth conductors. minimising of vital or non-vital relays. operator requests) shall be maintained several days (>15 days) for further analysis. a very long cycle life.1 General Characteristics Nominal power supply voltage: three phases 400 V between phases .1 Dielectric Strength All devices in the gear must be designed to support a 2. The memorization on appropriate support of all relevant events (changes of state. largely proven technology. shall be as short as possible (a few seconds.1. (Other voltage is possible under explanation) The maximum operating time.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .000 V . 14.

SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The UPS status shall be monitored by the ICS system (ref. Mainline signal aspects are repeated in the cabin.doc 28 July 2009 Page 421 / 496 .Vol 2 Part 2. Hoods or backing boards shall be provided if required to help visibility to vehicle.Riyadh 14.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . In case of main power loss.4 Signalling Installation Power Supply The signalling system shall be powered by redundant UPS through 400/230 V ac three phases feeder from the station or the depot lighting and power substation. 14.: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-ICS-3260-T).3 Trackside Signals The signal spots shall use LED technology. the UPS shall have an autonomy of 2 hours. Special care should be taken for the signal with the hot and sunny conditions of Riyadh. The Vehicle movement over crossover and within the depot is protected by classical 3 aspect signals.

and nominal service brake rates. The resolution of speed commands. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .System Performance Requirements 15.doc 28 July 2009 Page 422 / 496 . which shall include simulations and all assumptions. Note that only service affecting failures shall be displayed on the traffic controller workstation.Vol 2 Part 2. Subsystems failures shall be transmitted and display at the OCC and maintenance terminals. for trackside equipment. The AVC contribution to the running time shall include. for approval. and Constraints on the station stopping profile to ensure the stopping accuracy and profile coherence required by this specification. System response times. Trackside AVC equipment layout and installation shall be dimensioned in coherence with Vehicle characteristics and performances. AVP determination process for safety. Taking into account the maximum speed limit. Passenger comfort constraints. but not be limited to: Delays in initiating Vehicles start from a station after door closed status is established. all information installed on way side shall be implemented so as to allow respecting by the vehicle. Communication delays in all communication links.Riyadh 15. The Interlocking equipment shall be able to command and control all the routes per shunting zone on the main line and in the depot. on all track supporting passenger service and terminus operations (including intermediate terminus) The design shall be such as to allow a theoretical headway of 180 seconds for a station dwell time according to the ridership with a minimum of 20 seconds.1 General The contractor shall determine the theoretical minimum travel times between stations using dwell time according to the ridership with a minimum of 20 seconds at each intermediate stations. Taking into account the maximum speed limit. Signalling implementation shall allow the vehicle to stop before the signal. The AVC system shall contribute no more than 3% to the theoretical minimum run time established in the "minimum run time determination report". Vehicle position resolution constraints. tightest acceleration figures with propulsion limited to passenger comfort constraints. Vehicle borne equipment and combination of both. 15. The contractor shall submit the minimum run time determination report.2 Design Headways The AVC system shall provide the closest feasible safe operating headways for equipped Vehicles in normal directions. Signalling implementation shall not decrease the commercial speed and the max speed of the monorail system.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Headway and other requirements of this specification.

4 Vehicle Performance Parameters A maximum speed for Vehicles of 80 kph shall be enforced by the AVC system. Vehicle detection) shall be as short as possible and no greater than 40 seconds Temporary speed reduction area resolution: less than 250 meters. Stop functions. which shall be submitted for approval. Vehicle borne AVC. The time necessary to the initialization of a sub-system (trackside AVC. The time between the OCC initiating the command at the AVS workstation. and justify their insecurity on overall AVC performance target. The design life of all AVC equipment in service shall be 20 years. interlocking.Vol 2 Part 2.3 Operation headway The target scheduled peak service operation headway is 4 minutes. The Contractor shall outline any significant variance from the usual parameters of IEE standard 1474 Annex C concerning speed. Analysis of headway against speed. 15. 15. distance and equipment response times.Riyadh The achievable design headway shall be determined by the time required by for safe braking. plus a maximum allowance for all AVC system times and tolerances. The Contractor shall determine the safe braking model for the AVC system. Safe braking model. Document submittal recapitulation: Minimum run time determination report.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The contractor shall determine the variation (reduction) in headway that the AVC system supports against a reduction in Vehicle speed. The AVC system shall be capable of commanding a variety of braking rates from the brake subsystem in order to meet different speed profiles required. including AVC. station dwells and other physical parameters. track to Vehicle transmission.doc 28 July 2009 Page 423 / 496 . and the Vehicle borne AVC commanding the application of the brakes shall be of less than 3 seconds. The AVC system shall support a full service operating at the minimum design headway at any point on the line with no degradation of system performance. IXL and wayside signalling and communication equipment of 3 seconds. including increase to the operating Vehicle fleet. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . The contractor shall submit an analysis of headway against Vehicle speed for approval by the Engineer. The design headway shall be calculated based upon normal operation of a preceding Vehicle not interfering with the performance of a following Vehicle. due to leading Vehicles interfering with the operation of following Vehicle(s). AVC system tolerances and response times. Reductions in headway shall be achievable through changes to schedule according available AVS strategies.

with the potential of causing death or severe injury to customers or staff. software or communication failure.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The operation max speed shall be 60 kph approximately. This also requires that all applicable hazards are shown. The system shall offer the possibility to set a higher operation max speed within the limit of 80 kph. Procedures shall not be considered a substitute for safety functions that are to be vested in specific components. This shall be expressed as the Mean Time Between Hazardous Events (MTBE). 15. shall provide a quantitative level of safety such that any single. "System operating hours" is defined as the time that the system is operating (24 hours a day in normal operation) This safety requirement includes contributions from random hardware failures. During operation. 15.5 Driving Mode Speeds The system shall be designed for a maximum speed of 80 kph. shall not occur with a frequency greater -9 than once per 10 system operating hours. are to be eliminated or have their associated risks mitigated to acceptable levels. or facilities.6 System Safety Requirements Achievement of System Safety is a primary design and performance requirement for the AVC system. including the development of hazard mitigation procedures and other means. This requires that all hazards associated with the design implementation are shown. mechanical and environmental factors. which must perform in a safe manner under all operating conditions. Performs the correct safety critical functions in a fail-safe manner under conditions of hardware failure with normal input and operating conditions. This includes showing to the extent reasonably possible that the system is free of unsafe systematic failures . and procedural and other means employed to ensure safety. or any combination of such failures. systematic failures due to human error.doc 28 July 2009 Page 424 / 496 .6. equipment. The Contractor's design and implementation of the AVC system. The two following points shall be outlined: 15. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .6. Performs the correct safety critical functions under conditions of abnormal/improper inputs and other external influences such as electrical.those failures which can be attributed to human error that could occur throughout the design/implementation process and result in an unsafe condition. The impact of the safety of processes and procedures which relate to the AVC project installation shall be analysed as part of the system safety plan. are to be eliminated or have their associated risks mitigated to acceptable levels. system safety shall not depend on the correctness of actions taken or procedures used by operation personnel.2 Quantitative System Safety Requirements The achievement of system safety requires that the AVC system as installed provide an adequate level of safety assurance.Riyadh 15.Vol 2 Part 2. independent hardware.1 Qualitative Safety Requirements The Contractor shall accomplish the design and implementation of the AVC system including the development of procedures and other means in such a manner to assure that the system: - - - Safely performs the correct safety critical functions within the normal range of input and other operating conditions and with no component failures.

Each LRU of a system whose failure would be significant shall have Reliability greater than 2. These LRU shall be defined through Safety activities.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The Contractor shall develop an analysis (failure analysis and assessment) in order to determine which Reliability requirements are applicable for each LRU.10-5 failures per hour.AVC System Assurance System Assurance requirements are described in the System Assurance Program Plan.1 RAM Failure Categories for Signalling System The following table defines RAM failure categories: Failure Category Significant (immobilising failure) Major (service failure) Minor Definition a failure that : generates a hazard and/or prevents vehicle movement or causes a delay to service greater than a specified time and/or generates a cost greater than a specified level a failure that : must be rectified for the system to achieve its specified performance and does not generate a hazard and/or a delay or cost greater than the minimum threshold specified for a significant failure a failure that : does not prevent a system achieving its specified performance and. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Each LRU of a system whose failure would be minor shall have Reliability greater than 5.Vol 2 Part 2. A LRU considered as being related to Safety is a LRU whose failure would be critical for Safety. Availability and Maintainability Requirements 16.10-4 failures per hour.1 Overall Reliability Requirements The Reliability of each LRU directly related to Safety shall be greater than 10-9 failures per hour. does not meet criteria for significant or major failure 16.2 Reliability.doc 28 July 2009 Page 425 / 496 .2. Each LRU of a system whose failure would be major shall have Reliability greater than 10-4 failures per hour. 16.Riyadh 16. The contractor shall demonstrate that the reliability of the system allows meeting the required availability.

4 Spare Part Requirements Replacement of a LRU shall not require the equipment to be powered down. An adequate supply of spare parts shall be available for at least 15 years from completion of the works. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .doc 28 July 2009 Page 426 / 496 .2 Overall Availability Requirements The overall Availability of a system whose failure would be significant shall not be less than 0. More specific Maintainability Requirements whose applicability has to be defined because depending on each type of equipment are presented: The equipment whose failure would be significant or major shall be installed. 16.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .999.2. 16. A minimum of one spare of each item shall be provided. The Contractor shall develop a FMEA analysis (failure analysis and assessment) in order to determine which maintainability requirements are applicable for each equipment. Spares for consumables and non-repairable items shall be supplied for 3 years of maintenance and quantities shall be determined in agreement with the Client. so that removal and replacement of each of its LRUs can be achieved within 30 minutes. so that removal and replacement of each of its LRUs can be achieved within 60 minutes. The Contractor shall present a complete list of preventative maintenance recommendations for each type of equipment supplied. requested self test etc.9999.2. Spare parts shall be interchangeable with their corresponding part.Vol 2 Part 2. The Contractor shall undertake to notify the Client 2 years in advance of the intended cessation of spares availability. The equipment shall be designed so that the maintenance can be carried out by sub-function. Failure of a single item shall not cause failure of the overall system The Contractor shall develop an analysis (RAM analysis and assessment) in order to determine which availability requirements are applicable for each equipment. continual background test. The equipment whose failure would be minor shall be installed. The overall Availability of a system whose failure would be major shall not be less than 0. Spares for repairable items shall be supplied and quantities shall be determined from in agreement with the Client.Riyadh 16.2.9995.3 Overall Maintainability Requirements Means of failure detection shall be defined: power-up self test. The overall Availability of a system whose failure would be minor shall not be less than 0.

Riyadh Generic name. earthquake. description.5 Comments These overall requirements shall be agreed by the Engineer.2. deliberate stops due to events caused by environmental conditions (e.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 28 July 2009 Page 427 / 496 .: wind. All calculations shall not take into account: • • • • interruptions due to vandalism. The Contractor shall have to clearly demonstrate that the above requirements are met in accordance with the RAM activities described in the System Assurance Program Plan. interruptions caused by unauthorized intrusions of people or objects into the system. 16. trade name. drawing references and correlation with the maintenance manuals shall be provided. interruptions due to arbitrary action. fire.g. etc…) SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . sand storm.Vol 2 Part 2.

Vol 2 Part 2. The Contractor shall propose. The Signalling system shall be assigned with an overall SIL 4 level (or equivalent) implying at least: All corresponding requirements as per EN50128 standard shall be fully considered. Software Assurance Software requirements are described in the General Specifications. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . a software development life cycle based on those proposed in the EN50128 standard. The Contractor documentation shall necessarily include: o o o Software Safety Plan Software Quality Assurance Plan Software safety case The Contractor may apportion some part of the systems with inferior SIL levels after safety analysis to be approved by the Engineer.doc 28 July 2009 Page 428 / 496 .Riyadh 17. and undertake if approved by the Engineer.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

located in the technical room of the stations/depot. Communications Based Train Control (CBTC): A continuous automatic train control system using high-resolution train location determination. IEC 60068-2-1Tests A: Cold (-25*C. Unless stipulated otherwise in this document. Train position detection: the track is divided into fixed blocks grouped together into autonomous sections corresponding generally to one or two interstations. 96 hours). The wire transmission is designed with crossing points whose distance define the operation program.).2.1. according to the following standards (or equivalent): IEC 60068-1General. Vehicle Speed Control (Speed Code and Fixed Block): Control is carried out by a system of wire crossed transmission cables situated at the guidebeam level.Design Requirements 18. 18. 21 days).Vol 2 Part 2. The presence of trains in the blocks is controlled for safety purposes by a trackside logic system. bi directional train-to-wayside radio data communications.5 (-25*C.1 Technological Requirements The Contractor shall develop the system using recognised international standards whose list shall be given. Standards specified in this document are a minimum to be compliant with. Trainborn and wayside processors are capable of implementing vital functions. 18.1 Climatic Conditions 18. 18.5.1 Components All components used in electronic apparatus must be capable of operating faultlessly. +85*C. degree of severity 6. The test SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master .1. independent of "track circuit" with continuous high capacity.2 Environmental Conditions General environmental requirements are described in the General Specifications. 16 hours). 21 days). test type Aa (applicable to equipment whether dissipative or not). Any failures of the CBTC will lead to a safe condition for the running trains. energizing of the equipment being made at least 4 hours after its insertion into the climatic enclosure previously brought to a temperature of -25*C. IEC 60068-2-2Tests B: Dry heat (85*C. Two technologies could be proposed for the AVP SYSTEM: 1. Equipment All equipment.Riyadh 18.2 Apparatus.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 28 July 2009 Page 429 / 496 . IEC 60068-2-3Tests 3B: Moist heat (continuous test. in the sense of Standard IEC 60068-1 (or equivalent) must be capable of operating normally and faultlessly in the testing conditions defined in the following standards: IEC 60068-2-1: Tests A: Cold (-25*C ± 3*16 hours C.2. No track circuit are required on trackside. 2.2.

lengthwise).doc 28 July 2009 Page 430 / 496 . on trackside or in technical rooms: This equipment shall be capable of withstanding non-repetitive and relatively little-frequent impacts which it is liable to be subjected to during operation. which translates into an overall acceleration level equal to 2 m/s² rms. o Impact testing. Vibration testing. The degree of severity used depends on the installation location of the equipment: - - SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . Equipment fastened to the track: This equipment will be designed so as to withstand. IEC 60068-2-3: Tests Ca: Continuous moist heat test for 4 days. crosswise. and in actual installation conditions. possibly with the help of appropriate spring mounts. Testing will be carried out on new equipment.2. which translates into an overall acceleration level equal to 100 m/s² rms. Equipment fastened to the track or to sleepers: o This equipment will be designed so as to withstand repeated impacts (at each passage of an axle) without alteration.2. crosswise. energising of the equipment . repeated stresses (at each passage of an axle) along any direction.2 Mechanical Conditions 18. Proper impact response will be ascertained through execution of a test per standard IEC 60068-2-27 (test 8: impacts).being made. Tests will be carried out in consecutive cycles of 4 hours in each axis (vertical. plotted as a dotted line on the figure. characterized by the power spectrum density curve going from 2 to 2000 Hz. lengthwise).2.cyclic or not . o The equipment must be subjected to impacts in both directions along each main axis (vertical. not having been subjected to any other test. - - - 18. Proper impact response will also be ascertained through execution of a test per standard IEC 60068-2-27 (test 8: impacts). an omni directional vibration environment as characterized by the power spectrum density curve going from 2 to 2000 Hz.Riyadh may include cyclic energising and de-energising according to the type of equipment being tested.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . During this test. It will be executed according to standard IEC 60068 2-27 (test 8: impacts).2. the equipment will be subjected to energizing and de-energizing cycles as similar as possible to those it would be subjected to during normal operation. test type Bb (applicable to equipment whether dissipative or not). plotted as a dotted line on following figure. This testing will be carried out on equipment having already passed the vibration testing. - - 18. IEC 60068-2-2: Tests B: Dry heat (+70*C ± 2*C. the equipment being inoperative during the first two hours and being in normal operation during the next two hours.2. without alteration. 96 hours). right upon beginning of the test (the test enclosure being at laboratory temperature).2 Impact Response Equipment installed inside cabinets. in principle.1 Vibration Response Equipment installed inside cabinets or in technical rooms : This equipment shall be capable of withstanding.Vol 2 Part 2.

or be presented with certification obtained from certified EMC laboratories (or notified/accredited body).3 Onboard Equipment Mechanical Testing The Contractor shall perform factory measurements in order to show the mechanical compliance of the onboard AVC equipment according to the following standards (or equivalent): : EN 50155Railway appliances – Electronic equipment used on rolling stock. impact testing must be carried out successively on the equipment being inoperative and then in operation.Vol 2 Part 2. IEC 61373Railway applications – Rolling stock equipment – Shock and vibration tests. As for vibration testing. 18. moist heat).2. duration: 18 ms. Equipment fastened to the track or the sleepers: semi-sine pulse at 100 g peak. it being understood that a piece of equipment must have passed mechanical testing before being subjected to climatic testing. temperature testing (first cold. for each main axis and direction. duration: 6 ms. may be required depending on the type of equipment and its intended use.doc 28 July 2009 Page 431 / 496 . EMC Compliance Standards The Contractor shall perform all factory and site measurements in order to show the EMC compliance of the Signalling equipment according to the following standards (or equivalent): EN 50155Railway appliances – Electronic equipment used on rolling stock EN 50121-1Railways applications – Electromagnetic compatibility – All applicable parts EN 61000-4Electromagnetic compatibility Every type of equipment shall either undergo the standards testing procedures. finally. going beyond the limit values set. the equipment must withstand usual handling operations without any damage.2. impact testing. 18. SIGNALLING SPECIFICATIONS (3290) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4020-A1 Master . These non-contractual tests are used to assess the proper operating margin of the equipment and their results can be used in order to define type and series tests if needed.Riyadh o o Equipment installed inside cabinets. In addition. Additional tests. on trackside or in technical rooms: semisine pulse at 30 g peak.2. Proper operation of the equipment must be checked systematically before and after each test phase (change of axis and change of direction). or be presented with certification obtained from certified EMC laboratories (o