NIAYESH TUNNEL

VENTILATION AND SAFETY ELECTROMECHANICAL INSTALLATIONS – SPECIFICATIONS
Linz, September 21, 2011

VENTILATION AND SAFETY ELECTROMECHANICAL INSTALLATIONS – SPECIFICATIONS

Corrections according to comments of client

21.09.2011

G. Lechner

G. Lechner 21.09.2011 A. Schulter 21.09.2011

NIAY-DD-SE00-REP-E_M-802-C.doc

Ziviltechniker GmbH

Ingenieurleistungen für Elektrotechnik und Maschinenbau
A-9500 Villach Grillparzerstraße 1 Tel.: +43 4242/23200 Fax.: +43 4242/23201 office @ ztg-lechner.com

Lechner & Partner ZT GmbH
Niayesh Tunnel Project

Ventilation and Safety Electromechanical Installations

Specifications Rev. C 19.09.2011

.... 24  .....................3........................................... 22  GENERAL INFORMATION ....................................7..............4.. 27  1.....4.................4............................................................................ 14  BASIC INFORMATION ....  1...  GENERAL ......................................................... 27  MATERIALS FOR MAINTENANCE ......  1.........3.........  1...................................5..4..........3.............3............................................... 18  CONNECTED LOAD............ 25  DAMAGE TO SURFACES ......2.............. 20  GENERAL CONDITIONS ................... 28  .... 27  STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS ................................9.....3.....................................1........... 29    Page 2 of194 .................................................................4..................  REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS FOR LIGHTING ..........................................4.........  1......... 23  QUALITY OF MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP ....................4..4......................  1..........................................  1.................................................................................................................................................      Table of Contents Table of Contents  1........  1........4.................6...  1............................................4...............1..................................................................3..........9. GROUND AND BONDING .4............. 22  SCOPE OF WORK........2........3.......................................  1.............1............................  1..................................................  1..................................................2................. SPARES ..................................................... 24  LIGHTNING PROTECTION  ...........3........................ 15  GENERAL .......... 23  SUBMITTALS .....4......................................4...........3.................3........................ 14  SUPPLEMENT TO THE CONTRACT ARE THE FOLLOWING DRAWINGS ..............................................................  1.........................1........1.......................... 25  MINOR WORKS INCLUDED ............2.....  1..............................................................................................  1..........................................................4......................................................................... 29  TESTS ..........................................................3.................................  1........................3.........  1...........1....4............................................ MAINTENANCE..............8....  1........  1.... 1....4................................3.................................................................4................ 27  PACKING ...  UJ  WARRANTY............................................................................................................................10......... 14  1..................3................................4........................................3................. 22  TECHNICAL CONDITIONS .........  TUNNEL AND ANCILLARY CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS ....................

.....4........................  F...................2................  FINAL SYSTEM MANUALS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE  RESPECTIVELY COMPOUND PROJECT OF EXECUTED WORKS (PID) .......4................4.  1...............2...............................A..........T) .........  FINAL SYSTEM PROPOSAL ............... 32  1.........................4............A..........  1..............................3...................  1...............  HARDWARE..........A........3..6..4.............. 41  CONTRACTOR'S DRAWINGS .4.4.. 37  1..................................... 39  1............4............. 33  1..3.........................................................................4.......................1.....  1......................................................4................................................. 44  UJ    Page 3 of194 ................................6...............4.................................  1.................................................T...................6..........6. 40  ......      GENERAL ....2.. 35  DOCUMENTATION ......2...4.............................. ‐ TECHNICAL TESTS .......4.......................2.................................................  1....1....................4......................6.................  F...............................2..............................4............5.................................6...........................  HARDWARE FINAL SYSTEM PROPOSAL ............2........2....3......................................................................1.  1........................ 1........ 31  1..............4.............6....................6.......................................................6...........................................3........................ 38  1............. ‐ SYSTEM TESTS ........ 37  1.............................................. 37  1..4. 36  PROJECT FOR EXECUTION ...........................  1...... 42  AS‐BUILT DRAWINGS ....................................4....................................4.........2........... 38  1... 35  STAGE OF DOCUMENTATION ....3.  FINAL DOCUMENTATION ‐ SYSTEM MANUALS ......................4..............6.......................4............................. 41  1..................4...  F...............6.........2...........................................................  1..... 36  1..........T........3...........................................................4.........5....................................  TUNNEL OPERATOR'S MANUAL ........  SOFTWARE MANUAL ..................  SITE ACCEPTANCE TESTS (S.......6...........5..4....1....4......6.........  1................. 33  TESTS ON COMPLETION ....4........4..........................4...... 35  STAFF TRAINING ..................................T..4....................................................1......................1............. 31  1........T) .............................................................................. 35  GENERAL .........................4..............3.......2................ ‐ ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS .......................................................4.4...........6...............................6...........6....................  SOFTWARE FINAL SYSTEM PROPOSAL ...............................4....................................2...................4...................................... 36  1..A......A................................................ 29  FACTORY ACCEPTANCE TESTS (F........................4...................4... MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING MANUAL  ..............................3.....................  1.7...........  ACCEPTANCE TESTING ........ 42  GENERAL EXPANSE ..  PRESENTATION OF DOCUMENTATION........

.........................1.............  OVER CURRENT‐TIME PROTECTION RELAY WITH FEEDER DIFFERENTIAL PROTECTION FOR CABLE  CONNECTIONS ....................3.................1..........................  2........  UJ  GROUNDING SYSTEM ............................3.........1..................2.............3..............................................................................................................  1......... INCOMING PANEL......................................... 55  MEDIUM VOLTAGE CABLES ..................3...... 54  ACCESSOIRES ...........................................................2.  2............ 66    Page 4 of194 .....................................  List of transformers .......................................................3.....  2....  2......................................3........................  1............................400 KV – SERVICE BUILDINGS ‐ Main power supply ...1............... 56  2... 66  ACCESSORIES ...............  2............................. 58  2.3.....................1........1..................3........ 63  2..................................................3......  2..........................3.....  2............. 51  INCOMING PANEL (SUPPLIED FROM DG SET) ................  2.....3......................................7......2.....................1..........................4.......1..3..400 KV – SERVICE BUILDING Portal East – Emergency Power System (EPS)   64  2... 61  DRY TRANSFORMER ................................................................................................3.................................  1...........3........................1...........2.............4.............................................400 KV – SERVICE BUILDINGS ‐ Ventilation ..................................1.........................4.....................3...  TRANSFORMER 20 / 0.......  TRANSFORMER 20 / 0.......................4.........................  2.........................................................................................................2.1..............3.............. 47  SWITCHGEAR CUBICLES  .......  2............................... 62  2.............................3....................  GENERAL ...................... 46  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ................................................. 65  1........................ 55  PROTECTION SYSTEM .........................................1............................... 53  MEDIUM VOLTAGE CONTROLLING DISTRIBUTOR ..................... 52  TRANSFORMER OUTGOING PANEL .......1..........................4......................1................. 61  2.............1.........2.............3................ 46  2.......4.................................  2.......3.................................................................... 53  CABLE PANEL ...............1........................................... 44  MEDIUM VOLTAGE EQUIPMENT ..................................................................4...............................6........................5.................3....................................................1............ 60  TRANSFORMERS ..........  2.........................      GENERAL ...3............................................................................ 66  CONSTRUCTIONS ....1....................................3........................ 47  .3................................................. 46  SCOPE OF WORK..........................4..........4............1..............................................................................................................3..........  OVER CURRENT TIME PROTECTION FOR OUTGOING TRANSFORMER UNIT .....  2...............  TRANSFORMER 20 / 0......1.......  2.......1.....

...................................... 69  GENERAL ...................  2.....................................  2.................................................................................. 82  2.......................................  2.........  2...... 73  BUS BARS ...........................................................  CUSHIONED‐START DEVICE / SOFT STARTER ........................................ 75  2...2...........4.......................... 69  DISTRIBUTION CABINETS .....................................  1.................  2.................................................................................3.. 77  2...................................................................3...................................  2......  2...............................................  CABLING ............................................................................................................ 69  SCOPE OF WORK...........3..................................  CONDUITS IN GROUND ..................... 71  NETWORK CABINETS .... 78  2.........................................3...3......3.....................................1.................. 67  SWITCHING OPERATIONS ....................................  2....1..............11......................................................................................................3...................... 69  2.................3.........      DATA CONCENTRATOR ..............................3................................................................4............................................................... 67  PROCESSING AND FAULT SIGNALS ..............14..1...........................................  2...7............. 74  FUSES AND FUSED ISOLATORS ..............................3.............................2........... 73  POWER FACTOR CORRECTION .........3............  WIRING AND SIGNALLING ...............................12.....................................................  1...... 67  OPERATION MODES ......................15......  GENERAL ..  2....................1.............  2. 69  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...2......................... 74  MOULDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS ...........................3.3............3...............  2.........8............................................................................1............................  PT 100 TRIPPING UNIT ............................................ 72  FREE FIELD CABINETS .3..........................10.....................................................................6....................... 68  400/230 V ‐ 50 HZ POWER SUPPLY ...............  2............ 75  2............................1....................................3...3................... 78  2.............1................................  2..............................................3...2...................................................  1........................................13..............................................................3.....................  MULTI‐FUNCTION INSTRUMENT ....3............................ 74  MINIATURE AUTOMATIC CIRCUIT BREAKERS .........  CABLES IN GROUND .3....  1.........................................................................3........2......................................................................... 79  2..................................................3.....9....................................................................1......................................................................................................................................... 82  UJ    Page 5 of194 ..................................... 73  CIRCUIT BREAKERS ..................................2...3........................................................................................5.......... 75  SELECTIVITY / DISCRIMINATION ....................1.......14.............

.......................................................4............. 84  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ........ 84  SCOPE OF WORK........................4...........................3..6.........................................................................      2......4.....................................  GENERAL .................  CABLE TRAYS .............2...................................................................................  4............................................................................................................................  3.......................................................................................................................... 90  Cabling ............................ 87  PROTECTIVE DEVICES AND FILTER CIRCUITS ..................................2..................................................................5............................... 86  RECTIFIER / CHARGER UNIT .............. 84  UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY .........................................17....3................................  UJ  TUNNEL LIGHTING ..........................................................  3................................................... 88  SYSTEM BYPASS SWITCH ......  3..........10............................... 86  INVERTER UNIT ...........................................4.........................5..............................  3... 92  4........................  EMERGENCY POWER SUPPLY ........................................3...........  OVER‐VOLTAGE PROTECTION .............................................1..............................................  3..............................18........................................1...............................................  3...........................  MAINTENANCE ................  4..............................................................................................................4..............................................................4..............................  3.........................  Generator Set ..........16....................................5.4............................4....................... 89  3........................................................................................................7...5..........  3......................................................................................................... 92  SCOPE OF WORK...........................4................................................ 89  CABLING .......  4.................  COMMUNICATION WITH CONTROL CENTRE ...................... 95    Page 6 of194 ......1....................... 86  INVERTER BATTERY BANK ...................................... 88  AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT ............ 88  STATIC TRANSFER SWITCH ............................................ 90  Technical spezifications .................. 84  3........  3............................................................... 82  2......  3.............. 91  EARTHING AND POTENTIAL EQUALIZATION ....................................................................  GENERAL .......2..................................................................................3.1..........................................................................................  3..... 88  DC CIRCUIT BREAKER .................................................................................. 82  2..............................................................................  3....  3...... 83  3..................................  3...........4.........2............................................. 92  5..................................4...............................................3.........................9...................................................8.............3................ 92  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ................ 89  3...........................................................................................4...................

................................................... EMERGENCY SIGN ............................................................................4............................ 97  ................................  6..............6....................................................................... 95  SCOPE OF WORK................................................................................... 99  CABLING ...................  5....................3.......................................................4..................1....................................................................... 101  OUTSIDE THE TUNNEL ............................................  6...................................  5...........................3.............................3.....................  6......................3.....4...4............3................ 98  ESCAPE ROUTE ORIENTATION SIGN ......  5.  6.......................................... TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ....................) 36 W .......3....................................................................................................  5...........................  5....................................  6........................7...... 101  CABLE DUCTS.............................................................  5......... 103  SCOPE OF WORK ....................................................................................4......................................................................................2..............................5........................................2..............................  GENERAL .............................................................  5................................................ 100  SCOPE OF WORK. 100  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...................3.........................................3..  5....  5. 102  MAINTENANCE NICHE ..3............3...........4........ 100  6.......1.................. 97  FLUORESCENCE LAMP (ASYM................................  5....4..... 101  INSIDE TUNNEL .......................................3...... TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ..........................................................3.............................................  5............ 95  TUNNEL LIGHTING ..............................  6...................................................... 98  ESCAPE ROUTE SIGN  ...........................................................  6.......... 96  ILLUMINATED SIGNS  ....................................................................... 99  LIGHTING CONTROL ......................... 96  ESCAPE ROUTE ORIENTATION SIGN (FIRE EMERGENCY LUMINARIES) ..............................................................................2....4.................................2.3....3............ 104    Page 7 of194 UJ  .............................................................  6......1. CABLE PITS AND CONDUITS ..................... 95  VALUES AND DEFINITIONS ......  6.................................................  6...1................2......................... 99  TUNNEL FITTINGS .....................................................2...........................................3.3...........................1...........................2.1.....................................................  5........................1........................2....1...1...................................................................      GENERAL ..... 103  GENERAL ........................................4...........  5..  5. 97  HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM LAMP 150 W ....................................2....................................................................................4..................................................................  5...........................2.............................................. 98  ...... 104  ....................... 95  EMERGENCY TUNNEL LIGHTING ...........................

.................. 105  6..  7..  7.................................................................1.................... 106  CABLE LADDER ....  7............................................8. 114  DIMENSIONING ..........3......................... GROUNDING ...  7.......................................................................1..............3.................................................................  7..........3... 107  .................................2. 107  FIRE BARRIER (FIREWALL)  .............................................................................................3....  6........  6......................................1...................6....................................1............................ 104  6.........................  6....................  6.....................1.............2.............. 110  7............  6.8...3..  EMERGENCY CALL CABINET ...........................................................      6...............................................  6......................................... 113  GENERAL REQUIREMENTS OF VENTILATION SYSTEMS .....................3..  6............................... 108  FOR SCREENS ........................................3............................3............................... 112  ......................................2....................3...1.............................. 117    Page 8 of194 UJ  ............................8......1.............................................................................................................. 110  ................................................................3......  7.............2...........................8......... 115  SPECIFICATION ...............................................  7................................. 113  JET FANS ...4...........2....................4.......................................  FIRE EXTINGUISHER CABINET .........................3.....  7....................3........................................ 108  FOR PANELS .........................  6...............................................3.......................... 108  SUBSTRUCTURES ................................3............. 113  INSTALLATION ................1..................................2...............................5....... 112  GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ........1...........1...............................................  CABLE TRAYS ........................................1..................  GENERAL PLANT DESCRIPTION  ........ WORKING FIELD .......................3................................... WALL DRILLINGS ...............  7...3..................................... 107  CONDUITS ................................................................1............................................................1..............................1 SCOPE OF WORK  .................... 105  6..........  7...........5..................  7.......................... INSTALLATION/ASSEMBLING ..2......4............7....3..........................1............................  7..............................3.........  7.............................. 113  GENERAL DESCRIPTION ...............................1..3....  CONTROL EQUIPMENT CABINET ......... 109  TUNNEL VENTILATION SYSTEM ...........................................................3..............................................................................3. 112  ASSEMBLING AREA..................... 109  ACCESSORIES FOR AIR LOCK DOORS ................................3....3.........................................1....................3...........................3..3............................................................. 110  ..................... 115  DETAILED DESCRIPTION . 8.................................2...............................................................................................................3....................

.............  8...............................  8...................................................3.................................2.................. 128  EMERGENCY CALL AND SERVICE TELEPHONE SYSTEM ......................................  8.................................3..........................5............................................2.............  8.............................................................................. 124  DETECTOR FOR DIRECTION AND VELOCITY OF THE AIR ..................................................4...........................  GENERAL ........................ 124  VENTILATION CONTROL SYSTEM ........ 128  POWER SUPPLY ..................3............................................. 121  EMERGENCY OPERATION ‐ CONTROL MATRIX (FIRE CASE) .....................  9....................... 126  9......  7....................3........ 123  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ........................................................................................................................3................ 123  CARBON MONOXIDE (CO) DETECTOR ...............3......................4.........  9....................3.........................  EMERGENCY CALL AND SERVICE TELEPHONE SYSTEM .................. 126  DATA TRANSMISSION ....................... 123  8...........................  8......................................3.............1..............................................3......  7..... 127  9...... 125  CABLING ......      REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATION ........... 121  DESCRIPTION ........................................................ 127  SCOPE OF WORK.............3..1...........3..........3.......................................3.....1........................  8..................................... 125  CO AND DUST PARTICLE BASED VENTILATION CONTROL .......... 122  AIR CONTROL SYSTEM AND VENTILATION CONTROL SYSTEM .............................3........................  9. 130  DESKTOP CALL STATION ..............................3...6.................................................................................. 133    Page 9 of194 UJ  ........ 129  INTERCOM STATION .......................1........................................  9...................................... 125  OPERATING MODES ............................................................ 127  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ......  GENERAL .....3..............................................................................  8......................................5........................3..............................................3........ 121  NORMAL OPERATION ......................................... 128  EMERGENCY CALL STATION (VOIP) ...........  7...............................1..................................................................................................  9....................................3........  8....................................2........4... 121  VENTILATION CONTROL .................................2......................3...........................................2.........................................................................  7........................................................ 124  DUST PARTICLE DETECTOR .............  8......2.....................................................................................................................1.......2............3.......1..........4.............................3.....  8......................3.......................................2......................................  9.  7........3......................................  8........................................................................3..............  9......................... 123  SCOPE OF WORK.....................................

.....................2........................................................................  OPTICAL SMOKE DETECTOR ................................................................................3.............. 142  FIRE FIGHTING ... 142  LINEAR FIRE DETECTOR CABLE .... 137  10... 147    Page 10 of194 11...........  ELECTRICAL VALVE  .....................  EMERGENCY PUSH BUTTON “FIRE” ....................... 142  10.................................1........  FIRE DETECTION UNIT AND SUB UNITS ......................................................3...........  FIRE DETECTORS .................................. 11.........................................2. 137  10....................................................................5......................................2...........  LINEAR FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM ..................2....................3..........................3...... 145  SCOPE OF WORK.1........1..... 133  .... 144  .......  10...................................  10.2....................................... 139  10......................................  10................... 136  10.........................3...4........................................1...4............3................................................................................................................................................  DETECTION UNITS .......  UJ  .......................................................................................................3.2............................. 141  10....................................... 144  10......................................................... 138  LINEAR FIRE DETECTION UNIT AND SUB UNITS ......2.................  9......... 137  10.................... 133  SERVICE TELEPHONE SYSTEM  ............ FIRE DETECTION ...............................................4......................................................................................3.....4........... 140  ................      CABLING ................ 10.............................................................................................................3.1...................................................................  10................................  CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION SYSTEM ..........................................4.............  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ................................................................................. 143  10.................  10........... 146  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS . 136  GENERAL ......... 136  SCOPE OF WORK.....................................................................2............. 145  GENERAL .............................  FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM .................................................  FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM  ..........................................................................................2..................................................................................  FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ................  LINEAR FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM ............5..............................................................................................................................................................................  10...... 141  10............................. 137  10......3.............................................................  WATER CONNECTION FOR FIRE FIGHTING ................................2..........................  9...............5.....3.........................  11..............3.... 136  ................1..................................  11.......... 10..............................................................................................4...................3...................1.......................3.........1......................1.  FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM  .................................4................................................ 143  10........1..................

.................. 155  GENERAL ....  11...................................3..............4..........................................................  LOUDSPEAKERS .................................................................................... 156  12................  PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM ....... 156  12........1.....3....3......... 154  11................................................................3................3.................................................................. 156  12.........................  DIGITAL SOUND PROCESSING UNIT ..............................................1......................................3.......1.................................................................8..............................................3.. 149  11.......................3......................  VIDEO RECORDING UNIT ...........................................................  COLOUR SCREENS ........................................................................................ LENSES ........... 147  ......................3.. 148  OPTICAL VIDEO AND DATA TRANSMISSION DOME CAMERAS ........3.....................................................................................................1...........................3...... 154  11................1..3........ 147  .. 149  OPTICAL VIDEO TRANSMISSION FOR FIXED CAMERAS .3.................................................................. 154  12..................................  VIDEO MANAGEMENT AND VISUALISATION SERVER .....1....4..............  CAMERA COLUMN .......... 147  CAMERA  ..........2........................................................................3........3......  12....  E/O – O/E CONVERTER ...................... 155  SCOPE OF WORK......................3............  11.......9............... 150  11............  CABLING ......................................... 148  CAMERA HOUSING ................................  AMPLIFIER ................3...................7................................1............................................................. 148  DOME CAMERA ..... 149  ........................................................8.......................................1.....................................................................  12................  12.... 155  12..3.........3.............. 150  11........................... 155  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ...4...........................  GENERAL ...................................................................3................................ 153  11...................................1.......3...........3..................  11.....................  CCTV FRAME SWITCHBOARD ............................  CAMERA  ....1.....................................................................................................................................7....................................1..............6............  11...........................................................................6......1.....................2..3...........................3...................................1......  11.................................  11........................................................................................................................................... 11..............................................3........................5...........................3..  CCTV CONTROL PANEL ........8....      11......................................... 149  11...................................................................................  CAMERA DISTRIBUTION BOX  ............................ 11........... 157  UJ    Page 11 of194 ..... 148  CAMERA MOUNTING BRACKET .................................................. 153  11........2...5.......2..........................  VIDEO DETECTION UNIT ...  11............................................................

.................... 163  MULTIPLEXERS / DEMULTIPLEXERS: ........................................ 13........................... 160  13..........4....4.... 170  PRIVILEGES AND MODES .......1................  UJ  SYSTEM OVERVIEW .....4.........................2....  13................2................. 161  13..............4..      12........... 164  GENERAL ......................................................................................3........................3........................4.. 159  GENERAL ...... 166  SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ..................3........5...4....4......................................................4....3....... 165  ALARM CLASSIFICATION ....4.............................2...............................................................  13..............................4.........................................................................................3...............................  13..1..  13...... 164  FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS....... 162  FAST‐ETHERNET SWITCHES .  13.............4...............1...... 167  MAIN CONTROL UNIT ....2..........................4................3..7..............................4......................3.........................2..................................................................................4..............5....................3.........................................................................................  13..........................  CENTRAL COMPUTER SYSTEM.............4......................................................... 168  SERVICE NOTEBOOK ..................4..................  13..........................................4................... 160  13.....................4...........................2.................  DATA TRANSMISSION ....................................4...........4................2...................  PLC ......... 163  13..............................  13...............................2................................................. 158  ......................  TELECONTROL SYSTEM ...............6.........................................................  DISTRIBUTED I/O´S AND FIELDBUS ..................................................2...................................4............ 159  CONTROL CENTRE ................... 160  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ...4......3...........................................................................................  13...........................4...... 159  SCOPE OF WORK....................................  13........... 164  PLANT MONITORING AND CONTROL ............4.....................................  13.......2.............................4.........4.....................4.........  I/O MODULES AND OLM ..................................................2.....3...................4...................................................4.......................................................2........................ 169  SERVICE COMPUTER ............................3...................................................1........................2......4........... 172    Page 12 of194 ....  13..........................................................  13.4......................  13......3...1...3...1........4.......................2.. 169  SCADA SYSTEM ..............................3................2........................... 170  SCADA SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ................3...4..  13.....................................  13....... 164  13..4.4..  LOUDSPEAKER CENTRAL UNIT  .4.............  13.................................................................................................2..........2......... 167  WORKSTATIONS (CONTROL AND VISUALISATION) .....................3....1..2................................................................. 160  13...........................  13..

4... 185  14........................................................................... 188  15..  FURNITURE ............................................... 182  BUILDING POWER AND LIGHTING INSTALLATION ‐ FURNITURE . 194    UJ    Page 13 of194 ...........................3...........................................  13...................  14...................................................................... 181  PRINTERS ............................................5........2.................................................2.............  INSTALLATIONS ................................................ 185  14.................................................................................................... 184  SCOPE OF WORK.......3..................................................................  14......................................................................1...................  INSTALLATIONS IN SERVICE BUILDINGS ..2............................  ROOM VENTILATION ........2.................. 184  GENERAL .1................................................................................................................................4........... 184  14.....5..........  15...............  ROOM VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING  .........................  13.............................  13.. 181  COLOUR SCREENS .... 192  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................2.............. 186  14..............................................................................1........................................ 191  SCOPE OF WORK.  13........1.................................................................................  AIR CONDITIONING ..........................4..............................3........................................... 191  ...... 185  14...4......................  INSTALLATIONS IN CONTROL CENTRE ..............................................................3..............  15............2.......2....................................  14.............................................................1.............................6..................  15................2.................................  INSTALLATIONS IN MVS‐NICHES . 186  14.....2.......................3... 192  15........ 192  15.........4......... 181  CABLING .......................................................................................  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ..3.......................................................................2............................................................. GENERAL ...........................................2.......................3.......................................4.......................4........................................................      CCTV CONTROL VIA THE CENTRAL COMPUTER SYSTEM ...................................

of tracks: Service Buildings: Medium Voltage Supply Niches: Maintenance Niches North tube: Maintenance Niches South tube: Hydrant Niches North tube Hydrant Niches South tube Control Centre: Double tube tunnel 2. TUNNEL AND ANCILLARY CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS As part of the road project Iran the Niayesh tunnel is under construction.57 km 3 .82 km 2.      1. 1. BASIC INFORMATION   These specifications include the Niayesh tunnel.4 tracks Adit 00 Adit Nonahalan 5 21 21 21 21 2 UJ    Page 14 of194 . All equipment of the Niayesh tunnel shall be manufactured for the described sea level and a voltage of 400/230V 50 Hz. GENERAL 1.2. Tunnel type: Length north tube Length south tube No. The tunnel shall be equipped with all necessary security and control equipment.1.

2011 06.2011 11.2011 06.2011 01.05.05.2011 final final final final final final final final final final final Plan number prep. date status 00 .2011 06.1.2011 01.07.05.05.2011 19.2011 22.2011 22.      1.08. appr.2011 11.05. plan title OPC Adit 00 Adit 00 Adit 00 Adit 00 Adit Nonahalan Adit Nonahalan Adit Vali-e-Asr Adit Vali-e-Asr Adit Nonahalan – detail air conditioner Adit 00 – detail piping and cable ground Adit general – detail floor layout NIAY-DD-SE03-DWG-EM-801-0 NIAY-DD-SE03-DWG-EM-802-0 NIAY-DD-SE03-DWG-EM-803-0 NIAY-DD-SE03-DWG-EM-804-0 NIAY-DD-SE03-DWG-EM-805-0 NIAY-DD-SE03-DWG-EM-806-0 NIAY-DD-SE03-DWG-EM-807-0 NIAY-DD-SE03-DWG-EM-808-0 NIAY-DD-SE03-DWG-EM-809-0 NIAY-DD-SE03-DWG-EM-810-0 NIAY-DD-SE03-DWG-EM-854-0 D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 BG BG BG D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 UJ  UJ  UJ 06.2011 02.08.05.07.05.Allgemein Operating and Safety equipment Operating and Safety equipment_ramps Emergency call niche Emergency call niche – simple construction Emergency call phone box Hydrant niche Cross .2011 01.05.05.2011 06.05.2.07. SUPPLEMENT TO THE CONTRACT ARE THE FOLLOWING DRAWINGS charge nr.2011 22.09.08.2011 19.section Traffic sign bridge Detail – traffic sign suspension Detail – doors in adit Detail – emergency exit mark Detail – cable entry into ECN NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-811-C NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-812-B NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-813-B NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-814-B NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-815-A NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-816-B NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-817-A NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-818-A NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-819-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-820-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-821-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-822-0 MAS MAS MAS MAS MAS MAS MAS MAS BG BG BG BG UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ 22.2011 06.2011 final final final final final final final final final final final final UJ    Page 15 of194 .08.2011 12.2011 19.2011 06.05.08.2011 19.07.05.2011 06.08.

Querschläge Single-line-schematic lighting and ECN – transformer 1 & 2 Single-line-schematic lighting and ECN – transformer 3 & 4 Single-line-schematic lighting and ECN – transformer 5 & 6 Single-line-schematic lighting and ECN – transformer 7 & 8 Single-line-schematic lighting and ECN – transformer 9 & 10 Single-line-schematic lighting and ECN – transformer 11 & 12 Single-line-schematic lighting and ECN – transformer 13 & 14 Single-line-schematic lighting and ECN – transformer 15 & 16 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-826-B NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-827-B NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-828-A NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-829-0 MAS MAS MAS BG UJ UJ UJ UJ 22.2011 15.07.2011 22.07.09.07.emergency power station Connection to EPS and Teheran power feed portal east Connection to Teheran power feed portal west Medium voltage feed   NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-823-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-855-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-856-0 MAS BG BG UJ UJ UJ   22.2011 final final 07 – Tunnel lighting Lighting overview Lighting overview .07.2011 final UJ    Page 16 of194 .07.2011 22.07.07.2011 13.2011 final - NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-835-0 BG UJ 22.2011 final 11 – Tunnel ventilation system Positioning of the jet fans NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-837-C MAS UJ 22.2011 final - NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-833-0 BG UJ 22.2011 22.07.2011 final - NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-834-0 BG UJ 22.2011 final - NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-831-0 BG UJ 22.07.07.07.2011 final - NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-836-0 BG UJ 22.07.09.2011 final final 03 – Low voltage power supply Energy distribution overview Energy distribution overview ramps NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-824-C NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-825-B MAS MAS UJ UJ 22.07.2011 final final final - NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-857-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-858-0 BG BG UJ UJ 13.2011 13.2011 22.07.  Detail – cable duct Detail.ramps Beleuchtung Übersicht .2011 final - NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-832-0 BG UJ 22.07.09.09.2011 final final final final - NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-830-0 BG UJ 22.

05.07.07.2011 06.2011 final final 32 – Water for fire-fighting apparatus Water for fire-fighting overview Water for fire-fighting overview .07.2011 06.2011 06.2011 22.2011 06.2011 final final final final final final final final final 16 – Video control Video control overwiew Video control overwiew .05.  Positioning of the jet fans-ramps Typical fixing system for jet fans Single-line-schematic ventilation – transformer 1 Single-line-schematic ventilation – transformer 2 Single-line-schematic ventilation – transformer 3 Single-line-schematic ventilation – transformer 4 Single-line-schematic ventilation – transformer 5 Single-line-schematic ventilation – transformer 6 Single-line-schematic ventilation – transformer 7   NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-838-C NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-839-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-840-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-841-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-842-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-843-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-844-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-845-0 NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-846-0 MAS MAS BG BG BG BG BG BG BG UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ UJ   22.07.07.ramps NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-850-B NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-851-B MAS MAS UJ UJ 22.05.2011 final final UJ    Page 17 of194 .2011 final final final 22 – Telecommunication Overall equipment control Overall equipment .2011 06.2011 19.07.07.2011 19.2011 22.05.2011 06.05.2011 06.2011 22.ramps Adit 00 – detail video-camera connection NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-847-B NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-848-A NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-849-A MAS MAS MAS UJ UJ UJ 22.05.05.05.05.ramps NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-852-B NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-EM-853-A MAS MAS UJ UJ 22.

) shall be realized by use of an optical fiber cable “tunnel-ring”. distributed I/O units. etc. A external Control Centre can be installed. the tunnel shall be automatically controlled by the main control units (in the service buildings). If the redundant PLCs fail totally (complete failure. the operation of all other PLCs and I/O units must not be influenced. etc. The affected overlapping functions (for example in case of fire: the camera in the concerned area shall be shown at the CCTVscreens automatically. The local data transmission between the single equipment/appliances (like PLCs. while the other controls shall be observed and operated by the superior control equipment as under normal condition. If an error occurs in one PLC or I/O unit. The work for all automatic processes shall be split on programmable logic controls (PLC) and distributed I/O units for the communication with connected PLCs with non-PLCs like external central units and computers.5 km from east portal. if both of the redundant unit fail) and the non-intelligent equipment connected beyond this PLCs cannot be controlled. about 0.3.) shall be realized by a pre-programmed instruction plan. the various controls on both sides shall continue their operation as standalone controls automatically. GENERAL The Control Rooms for Niayesh tunnel are located in the Service buildings Adit 00 and Adit Nonahalan. During a total loss of communication service between the Control Centre and the tunnel.5 km from the west an 0. During a total loss of the communication service between the local automatic controls and the superior control equipment. the manual control shall be done from manual control boards at the distribution cabinet’s doors. that means. This modular architecture guarantees that the function of the whole system cannot be lost caused by a single defect unit and the supervision and control of the tunnel can be still done in an adequate way. The Control Centre shall supervise the automatic operation and optimize the operation manually. The controls behind the defective/faulty communication link shall work together in an island segment. which have a direct connection to the specific PLC of the local automatic controls. UJ    Page 18 of194 . the PLCs units or manually shall be controlled via the control boards on the distribution cabinets. If an error (wherever) in a communication service appears while the communication service cannot be done on a redundant way (for example if the optical fiber cables of the tunnelring are damaged due to construction works). All PLCs shall held permanent communication to each other necessary for overlapping services.      1. The operation of the tunnel equipment shall be done in such a way that it operates fully automatically without interventions from the Control Centre. To this tunnel-ring every appliance for data transmission at the service buildings as well as MVS-Niches and Maintenance Niches shall be connected. which shall be observed and operated by the connected control equipment in this island segment.

UJ    Page 19 of194 . Connecting point therefore is in the Service Building Adit Nonahalan of the tunnel. The Control Centre and the transmission line between the tunnel and the Control Centre is part of the specification of the Control Centre. The complete control of tunnel shall be executed according to the following priorities: 1st (highest) priority: local manual control at the distribution cabinet’s doors at the service building and MVS-Niches and free-field distribution cabinets 2nd priority: Control Centre 3rd priority: local automatic controls (at the service buildings) These specifications include the fully operational tunnel installation.    the non-intelligent equipment shall keep the “status quo” only.   If the connection between main control units placed at the service buildings and the PLCs fails totally. which are anyway part of their system. the external units like the fire detection unit shall be observed and controlled by their own internal connected control boards or indication panels.

3. CONNECTED LOAD Portal west: Connected load Ventilation Transformer 1 General Transformer 1 General Transformer 2 UPS Adit 00: Connected load Ventilation Transformer 2 General Transformer 3 General Transformer 4 UPS 315 kVA 125 kVA 125 kVA 100 kVA Adit Vali-e-Asr: Connected load Ventilation Transformer 3 General Transformer 5 General Transformer 6 UPS Adit 01: Connected load Ventilation Transformer 4 General Transformer 7 General Transformer 8 UPS Adit Golshar: Connected load Ventilation Transformer 5 General Transformer 9 General Transformer 10 UPS UJ    200 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA Page 20 of194 160 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 250 kVA 125 kVA 125 kVA 100 kVA 160 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA .      1.1.

3995 kVA UJ    Page 21 of194 .      Adit Nonahalan: Connected load Ventilation Transformer 6 General Transformer 11 General Transformer 12 UPS Portal east: Connected load General Transformer 13 General Transformer 14 UPS EN 01: Connected load Ventilation Transformer 7 General Transformer 15 General Transformer 16 UPS 250 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 160 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA Summary load approx.

with the requirements and standards presented in these specifications. equipment. power. So the contractor shall make the shop drawings according to the offered material. Emergency Call. 1.Furniture Room Ventilation and Air Conditioning UJ    Page 22 of194 . where the actual values such as cable diameters. equipment.) to the engineer for his approval. etc. equipment. GENERAL CONDITIONS 1. CCTV. etc. etc. etc.1.4. GENERAL INFORMATION These specifications shall be regarded as general specifications describing the required material. etc. The contractor shall check the accordance of the offered material. equipment. labour. for the required installation such as Lighting. SCOPE OF WORK Medium Voltage Power Supply 400/230 V – 50 Hz Power Supply Emergency Power Supply Earthing and Potential Equalization Tunnel Lighting Tunnel Fittings Tunnel Ventilation Air Control System and Ventilation Control System Emergency Call and Service Telephone System Fire Detection System Closed Circuit Television System (CCTV) Public Address System Telecontrol System / SCADA Building Power and Lighting Installation . etc.      1. labour. data sheets. instruction manuals. shall be shown with the actually used material resp. Ventilation. voltage drop. Therefore the contractor shall send detailed information of the used material (such as catalogues.2.4.4.

75 mm and an amplitude of the acceleration over 8 to 9 Hz smaller 0. 1.L. All plant and equipment shall be properly finished for the ambient conditions and circumstances of use. aluminium /steel and so on). material No.4401 according to DIN EN 10088. TECHNICAL CONDITIONS   1. Wherever different materials are used.4. copper / steel. the contractor shall be responsible for any delays.3. well established design. attention shall be paid to the electrochemical reactions (electrolytic corrosion) of these different materials (e.5 mm and an amplitude of acceleration over 8 to 9 Hz smaller 0.1. 1. QUALITY OF MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP All goods.4 amplitude of displacement for oscillation below 8 to 9 Hz smaller 0. "Stainless steel fixing materials" shall be a Cr-Ni-Mo alloy. "Stainless steel sheets and profiles" shall be a Cr-Ni-Mo alloy. "Aluminium" shall be Aluminium alloy according to the specification given above except UJ    Page 23 of194 . in any direction.      1. material No.2 g.3. On the road and inside buildings the whole control equipment shall have a resistance against earthquakes according to class V. plant and equipment incorporated in the permanent contract works shall be of approved reliability.L.4401 according to DIN EN 10088.15 °C and + 50 °C. of best quality of their respective kinds and shall comply with all relevant standards as given in this specification.4 amplitude of displacement under 8 to 9 Hz smaller 1.5 g in accordance with table 1 classes for low frequency oscillations of the relevant European Standard EN 60654-3 (IEC 60654-3 1983) “Operating condition for industrial-process measurement and control equipment Part 3 Mechanical influence”. suitable steps shall prevent any of these electrochemical reactions. materials. The appropriate site conditions are between . caused by the submission of unacceptable materials in connection with such approvals. However. All equipment shall be to the approval of the engineer.4. "Aluminium alloy" as mentioned in these specifications to be used as material shall be AlMg-Si 05 according to DIN 1725 with a strength F25 and H14 according to DIN 1748 for profiles and Al-Mg3 according to DIN 1725 for aluminium sheets.g. Inside the tunnel the whole control equipment shall have a resistance against earthquakes according to class V. 100 % relative humidity and wind velocities up to 3 m/s.

SUBMITTALS Working detail drawings and descriptions of materials and equipment shall be submitted and shall include sizes. Galvanized steel shall be used only when definitely specified. resistant against salt water. The temperature demand is from –30 °C to 120 °C. insensitive against fat and free from heavy metal.4. electrical room or the Control Centre shall be protected against over voltages with special surge UJ    Page 24 of194 .     Aluminium alloy shall always be "painted" as specified below except when expressly stated otherwise. Paint: The colour of the coat shall be to the decision of the engineer using standard RAL-colours without change in costs. lists of materials and such other data as required permitting to the engineer to check the adequacy of the proposed installation. Painting layer: 2 layer of primer. details and arrangements of numbers.3. "Galvanized steel" always is hot dip galvanized steel with zinc cover according to EN ISO 1461.4.3. LIGHTNING PROTECTION The contractor shall take all the necessary and adequate precautions against influences and damages. acid and leach. adequate for tunnel atmosphere. All low voltage and communication metallic cables entering the service building. high resistant against ultra violet light. 1.3.  where expressly stated otherwise. Primary treatment of the metal: The surface of the metal shall be treated according to DIN 55928 part 4 (for steel the rust shall be removed and for aluminium the surface shall be grinded or decently sandblasted). which may occur due to lightning strikes in the region on all of the electrical equipment. each of about 40 µm thickness 2 layer of paint.2. 1. resistant against oil. method of assembly and testing. each of about 60 µm thickness The total thickness of the layers shall be about 200 µm Quality of paint: The paint shall be of two component type with high latticed polymerisation and low capillary development.

The earthing bus bar for the low voltage equipment shall be permanently connected to the main earthing bus bar. All necessary suppression chokes/filters shall be included and shall be capable of withstanding fault conditions. All cable shields shall be bonded together and shall be connected to the ground electrode. the equipment shall be completely enclosed. 1.5. In areas accessible to the public. such enclosures shall be made to resist intentional damage and shall have smooth exteriors free UJ    Page 25 of194 .4.3. The material. GROUND AND BONDING All exposed metal work and metal which is not current-carrying part of the electrical circuitry.      arrestor banks for control cables.4. Where sections of cubicles/distribution cabinets shall be placed together to form a composite unit. Substantial non-ferrous ground lugs or studs shall be fitted for bonding cable shields or other adjacent equipment. cable trays and supports shall be bonded together and to ground. 1.4401. The materials of grounding and bonding connections depend on their location. Particular attention shall be paid to the correct bonding and grounding of single core cable shields. including equipment enclosures.3. The contractor shall provide all measures of lighting protection and shall obtain the approval of the engineer and the employer.or clamp-type. MINOR WORKS INCLUDED All mechanical and electrical parts shall be adequately protected to ensure the safety of anyone in the danger area. material no. shall be stainless steel. These requirements shall apply irrespective of the operating voltage and purpose of the equipment. 1. It is absolutely necessary to keep special attention on avoiding electrochemical corrosion! The connections of grounding and bonding shall be stud. which will be used in tunnel tube and in MVS-Niches.4. a bonding strip shall be provided through the intermediate sections to provide a complete bonding between all sections. The contractor shall divide grounding to all necessary circuits that are required.

induction or conduction. Throughout the contract works. screws or rivets and clearly and indelibly worded in English language. Except for fire extinguisher housings and accesses.      from avoidable irregularities and crevices. terminals etc. These charts shall be prepared in an approved manner. dirt. fuses. including connection compartments. mechanically and electrically separated. Access doors and covers shall have properly turned and formed edges for stability. shall be of a high quality. where dust and damp might lodge / deposit. All labels shall be clearly readable and attached by pins. interface compartments and other parts shall have legend labels as described below. This radio interference suppression shall be in accordance with CENELEC EN 55014 and EN 55015 and CISPR Publication 14 and 15. Distribution cabinets: Each cabinet shall have an external engraved plastic or metal label showing its function and identity code. The UJ    Page 26 of194 . desks. boxes etc. clean and smooth. contactors. Components: If an equipment case or cubicle contains more than one item of similar kind. All equipment shall have a radio interference suppression to prevent interference with satisfactory operation of other equipment whether the interference is due to radiation. Equipment like cubicles. All danger and warning labels shall be of permanent materials securely fitted by pins. screws or rivets. relays. by approved finishing techniques. all items and equipment. Circuit breakers. moisture etc. plug-in relays shall be coded and "keyed" to ensure the insertion of the correct relays into the correct bases and correct alignment of the contact. shall be kept to a minimum. strongly braced construction. Contacts of different voltages on the same relay shall be arranged in voltage groups (one for each voltage). The board and the circuit shall be protected against climatic conditions. each shall have an engraved plastic label stating its function. contactors. All burrs shall be removed and all welds shall be neat. The different types and sizes of relays. The word "DANGER" shall be prominent and shall have larger characters than other parts of the inscription. doors shall have locks which require special keys to open them. Printed circuit boards shall be built on stable insulating materials with permanent adhesion of the circuit to the board under all conditions.: These shall be numbered and a chart giving the function (and for fuses the rating) shall be fixed inside the distribution cabinet’s door. clearly drawn and protected by clear plastic material. to facilitate their identification for operation and maintenance. switches etc.

Each approx. 1.3. 1. plant and equipment shall be carefully packed for transport and storage in such a manner. The contractor shall make his own precautions to protect complete portions of the work and stored equipment against damage and thefts. DAMAGE TO SURFACES All constructional plant used adjacent/near to finished surface or to block-work or concrete surfaces shall be in such a way that it does not discharge dirt. All fixtures.3. Sept. Inside the tunnel plastic fixing clips are not allowed only for the fixing of the linear fire detection cables. 10 m additional brackets made of stainless steel material no.4401 according to DIN EN 10088.3.7. that they are protected against rough handling. the nature of the warning and the whole layout shall be to the approval of the engineer. 1. In the Bill of Quantities prices are stated for each section. Identical components within sets of equipment shall be made to the same nominal value/gauge and shall be interchangeable. be transported and stored at the site without deterioration / damage.3.4401 according to DIN EN 10088 shall be provided to prevent the cables of falling down onto the road respectively the escaping persons in case of fire (after the plastic fixing clips are melted). STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS International Standard UIC Codex 779-9. inside and outside the tunnel shall be made of stainless steel material no.9. MATERIALS FOR MAINTENANCE The contractor shall provide a list of spare parts for each section. They shall arrive.6.4. Draft 4 24. 1. screws etc.4. The colour of all lettering shall be red.8. vibration and climatic conditions.4.      size of characters.4. materials. 2002 CISPR CENELEC CIE UJ  International Special Committee on Radio Interference Comité Européan de Normalisation Elektrotechnique Commission Internationale de L' Eclairage (for tunnel lighting: luminance   Page 27 of194 . oil and other deleterious matter and all construction plant shall be adequately fitted or adapted to ensure this. 1. PACKING Goods. 1.

IEC 34A/922/DC. etc. equipment and materials forming part of these specifications shall comply (in all respects) with the rules and regulations of the supply authority and any other authorities having jurisdiction over any part of the work and on the method of performing such work. UJ    Page 28 of194 .1.c. as far as they affect the design or performance of the equipment. 00-08-31. REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS FOR LIGHTING EN 1838 Lighting applications – Emergency lighting IEC 34A/912/FDIS. uniformity ratios. Amendment 2. The works and all plant. Document for comment – IEC 60630 Maximum lamp outlines – Proposals for outlines IEC 60598-1:1999 Luminaries – Part 1: General requirements and tests – Interpretation Sheets 1 to 27 IEC 60598—2-3:1993 Luminaries for road and street lighting – Interpretation sheets 01 to 02 IEC 34C/501/FDIS. If the contractor offers materials. Amendment 2 to IEC 60969: Self-ballasted lamps for general lighting services – Performance requirements IEC 60901. 00-08-15. 1. all materials used and provided under the contract and all equipment. Draft IEC 61347-2-4. shall be submitted. Single-capped fluorescent lamps – Performance specifications. 00-04-01.    characteristic. calculations and tests shall be in accordance with the standards mentioned before or in accordance with such authorities standards appropriate to the country of manufacture as in the opinion of the engineer to ensure an equivalent or higher quality. calculations or tests which conform to standards other than the standards mentioned before.4. full details of differences between the proposed standard and the before said standards. Ed. 00-05-15. equipment. supplied electronic ballasts for general lighting.1: Lamp control gear – Part 2-4: Particular requirements for d.3.) Comité Consultatif International des Radiocommunications Comité Consultatif International Télégraphique et Téléphonique International Electrotechnical Commission Institution of Electrical Engineers Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker Deutsches Institut für Normung   ITU-R ITU-T IEC IEE VDE DIN Unless another standard is specifically mentioned in these specifications.9.

The contractor shall price the spare parts included in the Bill of Quantities. The contract price shall be deemed to cover the warranty and full maintenance services together with all spare parts during the maintenance period. apparatus and testing equipment. the contractor shall provide a separate list of the spare parts recommended by him to cover the period following the end of the maintenance period. WARRANTY. The client will define this period. devices. to the factory or other places of repair shall be included in the contract price. Additionally. which shall be ordered at the discretion of the employer. which are required to render the full maintenance services aforementioned for the approval of the engineer. 1.e.3. etc. The contractor shall state which local maintenance facilities shall be available and whether these facilities shall be short or long term.4. The prices of the spare parts shall be a fixed value up to a period following the end of the maintenance period defined by the client. batteries).4.A. etc. which shall not be less than ten years following the end of the maintenance period. which cannot be repaired on site. associated with returning any material or equipment. SPARES The contractor shall provide a warranty according to the conditions of the contract. breakdown maintenance. Before the issue of the Certificate of Completion. GENERAL Tests shall be generally divided into three sections: -Factory Acceptance Tests (F. This list of spare parts shall be priced by the contractor. MAINTENANCE. i.1. for which a provisional sum of fixed amount is assumed in the Bill of Quantities.4. Additionally. maintenance of the UPS-system (incl. TESTS 1.T. including all required spare parts shall be provided by the contractor up to the end of the maintenance period. adjusters / adjustment tools.4. full maintenance services.10.4. The contractor shall specify the minimum period he guaranties the availability of the spare parts.T) shall be carried out before the delivery of the plant/equipment -Site Acceptance Tests (S.A.) shall be carried out after the plant/equipment is delivered and installed on site UJ    Page 29 of194 . All costs.      1. the contractor shall submit a detailed list of the special tools.

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The contractor shall submit catalogues of all equipment as well as a list of the tests proposed for all equipment. A general overview of each of the proposed tests shall be included in these documents. Any of these pre-given descriptions or documents shall not limit in any way the contractor's obligations to complete each and every test as specified and necessary to demonstrate the satisfactory performance of the system. The schedules of each test, as well as the test procedures itself shall be prepared, based on the detailed description of the test previously submitted in accordance with the final system proposal and as approved by the engineer. No deviations are allowed without prior approval by the engineer. The contractor shall submit for the engineer's approval all detailed test procedures and final schedules for the tests described in items 1.4.4.2, 1.4.4.3, 1.4.4.4 and elsewhere in the specification at least eight weeks prior to the scheduled commencement of the Factory Acceptance Tests. Prior to this time the draft procedures shall be submitted and agreed by the engineer. The contractor shall indicate when these draft procedures shall be submitted. In case of a defect being detected during one of the tests, the nature of the defect shall be explained in detail to the engineer. Based upon this information, the engineer shall decide, whether the defect is a minor fault or whether it must be corrected before testing can continue. Minor faults are defects, which are found during testing and which do not adversely affect the operation of the system in a broad sense and thus don’t need be rectified/ corrected before a test can be continued and successfully completed. If the defect is not a minor fault, the engineer shall decide which section of the test (or tests) must be re-runned respectively repeated. The engineer shall have the right to require all tests to be re-runned/repeated, if he decides that the defect has wide consequences. All costs involved in any retesting shall be at the expense of the contractor including supervisory and employer's costs. The engineer or his appointed representative shall have unrestricted access to the contractor's and supplier's premises for purposes of inspection and tests at all times and the contractor shall specify this requirement when placing all orders. All relevant expenses (i.e. transportation, accommodation) of those who supervise the subjects tests and inspections (engineer and at least one additional representative of the employer) shall be at the expense of the contractor. UJ   
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1.4.4.2.

FACTORY ACCEPTANCE TESTS (F.A.T)

Factory Acceptance Tests are divided into three parts: Environmental tests Technical tests System tests Factory acceptance tests shall be conducted under the supervision of the employer and the engineer. The contractor shall group tests to minimize travel expenses if the engineer and / or employer attends the tests. After completion of the tests the results, certified by the employer or the engineer's representative, if present in any of such tests, shall be forwarded to the engineer. When the engineer has received the results and states that the plant/equipment has passed the tests, he will write to the contractor to inform him and the contractor then may ship the plant. If the engineer deems that the plant/equipment is not in accordance with the specifications, he may reject the plant/equipment and shall inform the contractor of the reasons in a writing within a reasonable time limit. The engineer shall also inform the contractor in a writing if any minor faults are detected and which of these minor faults shall be corrected before shipment.

1.4.4.2.1.

F.A.T. - ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS

One piece of the specified equipment unit shall undergo environmental tests, which shall be performed well before the factory acceptance tests. The environmental tests shall cover at least heat, cold and vibration tests. General: Three different tests are described in this section. The equipment shall pass all of these tests as specified. A declaration that the offered equipment has successfully passed these environmental tests, signed by an approved testing authority, shall be supplied. The employer and the engineer reserve the right to amend any or all of the tests during the equipment acceptance testing. The contractor shall state what arrangement shall be available for these tests if required. Unless otherwise specified, the environmental tests shall be carried out with the equipment   Page 31 of194

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in its normal housing and maintained in full operational conditions (as they will occur at the tunnel site). Dry heat: In this test one piece of luminary (equipped with lamp), CCTV camera and escape route orientation sign shall be placed in a chamber and shall be exposed to radiated heat on the following ambient temperature cycling. 20 °C for a period of nine hours and rising at an approximately linear rate to 40 °C for equipment in tunnels and buildings and 50 °C for other outdoor equipment over a period of five hours. The 40 °C and 50 °C shall be maintained for five hours and then reduced at an approximately linear rate to 20 °C within further five hours. Through the test period, the equipment shall be switched on and fully operating. Cold: One piece of luminaire (equipped with a lamp), CCTV camera and escape route orientation sign shall satisfactorily pass the cold test with gradual change of temperature. The initial temperature prior to the recovery period shall be -15 °C, the period of exposure to this temperature shall be 16 hours. The equipment shall fully operate in accordance with its specification: -Before the equipment is brought into the test chamber -At one hour and 16 hours after the start of the - 15 °C phase -After the recovery period.

Vibration: One piece of luminary (equipped with lamp), CCTV camera, escape route orientation sign and jet fan shall be tested. The test shall cover the requirements mentioned in item 1.4.3.1 “Quality of material and workmanship” for resistances against earthquakes for installation inside tunnel. The endurance sweep/vibration test shall be of 6 hours duration with a range from 5 Hz to 35 Hz, which shall be equally divided among the directions specified. The equipment shall be mounted in its normal operational position and shall be subjected to vibration in the vertical plane and in each of the two principal horizontal planes. Endurance conditioning at resonance frequencies shall be of 10 minutes duration. The equipment shall fully operate in accordance with its specification throughout the test.

1.4.4.2.2.

F.A.T. - TECHNICAL TESTS

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from end to end of each circuit. isolators and door and cover securing mechanisms shall be properly fitted and adjusted c) All exposed metal work is properly bonded and grounded and that all connections and UJ    Page 33 of194 .3. Tests on cables shall be completed and accepted by the engineer before the testing of the associated equipment starts. The identification of the cores shall be confirmed from end to end of each cable end. the contractor shall submit details of tests and details for the test equipment he proposes to use for that testing to the engineer for his approval. At least six weeks in advance of any particular site testing.2. .      such standard tests as appropriate shall be carried out on at least one piece of luminaire (equipped with a lamp). distribution etc.T.SYSTEM TESTS System performance tests shall be carried out on a representative part of the system to demonstrate that the plant/equipment is fully compliant with the technical and operational requirements specified. Optical fibre transmission systems shall be tested with the transmission cable of complete required length being rolled up on the cable drums. UPS and transformer to demonstrate that it meets the technical specification requirements. the insulation resistance of cables shall be checked and recorded. is electrically and mechanically safe b) All interlocks.and control-cabling.4. shall be made by the contractor. 1.4. The SCADA including peripheral items shall also be tested.T) If each section of plant is installed. in the case of communication-.A. the contractor shall submit details on the number and type of equipment to be assembled to represent the system. As installation proceeds. On-site commissioning tests being subject of acceptance by the engineer shall include: a) All equipment. Unless specified otherwise. alarm. inspections by authorized bodies. persons or insurers.4.4. SITE ACCEPTANCE TESTS (S.3.A. commissioning tests for each section shall be carried out on site. Long cable connections shall be simulated using cable simulation boxes (test device). as necessary and the provision of certificates in the prescribed and approved forms necessary to enable plant and equipment to be put into service. F. 1. All tests for statutory requirements and insurances including arrangements for such tests. cabling.

On completion of the site acceptance tests. connected and fitted and checked that the battery chargers are working correctly i) j) The insulation-resistance of all cabling and equipment shall not be less than specified All instruments and meters shall be energized with correct polarity and working properly k) All fault indications and alarms shall be working correctly l) In addition to all operational tests required for a successful hand-over. to give successfully discrimination and safe disconnection under fault conditions g) All contacts shall be properly aligned/ adjusted and not subject to excessive wear or corrosion h) Batteries shall be correctly installed. The final acceptance tests shall begin after all on-site commissioning tests have been successfully completed and all defects detected during those tests have been rectified/ corrected. The on-site commissioning tests shall be conducted under the supervision of the engineer. which is accepted by the engineer. the contractor shall forward the test results certified by him to the engineer. sequences and protections which are not utilized in normal operations shall be subject of acceptance by the engineer. polarities. The tests shall include full operation tests on the works as a whole and selected technical tests on some or all of the equipment. UJ    Page 34 of194 . cores and terminations shall be secure. he will write to the contractor to that effect. During the site acceptance tests the engineer shall inform the contractor of minor faults detected and which of these minor faults shall be corrected before the beginning of the tests on completion. neutral and common connections shall be correctly switched/connected as required. properly fitted and correctly identified and coloured e) All phases. the operation of all interlocks. so that the power is correctly available at all points and that the voltage and frequency at all equipment is correct and in accordance with the requirements for correct work f) All supplies shall be properly fused or otherwise protected. When the engineer has received the results and deems that the plant has successfully passed the tests.      points required to be grounded for a safe and satisfactory operation shall be properly grounded in accordance with the manufacturer's requirements d) All cables.

The contractor shall provide all facilities including accommodation. the surveillance and control equipment as well as the belonging hard.4. During these periods.and software. 1. breakdown and routine maintenance and fault diagnosis of the power supply. the contractor shall submit a detailed syllabus for the training courses for approval by the engineer. The contractor shall train the employer’s personnel about all equipment in theoretical and practical way.4. The system shall be fully operational and shall operate successfully.5. slide. During trial operation. when the tests on completion shall be made.4.4.1. Also the maintenance shall be trained. Within two months after the signing of the contract. The employer will nominate members of his staff.4.6. STAFF TRAINING 1. the whole system shall be available to the engineer. DOCUMENTATION UJ    Page 35 of194 . transport and catering of all trainees. GENERAL During the contract period. in the tunnel smoke and fire-tests shall be carried out. TV.and film-projectors and others). (see chapter “Tunnel Ventilation System”). All minor faults detected during the previous tests shall be corrected to the satisfaction of the engineer prior to the start of the tests on completion.      1. who are attend the training courses. TESTS ON COMPLETION The contractor shall notify the engineer. The contractor shall provide all relevant and necessary facilities which are needed for complete and effective staff training (such as video.5. The contractor shall nominate qualified instructors. day to day operation. as well as on-site training and training courses to ensure that the employer's staff associated with this project may acquire full knowledge and appreciation/understanding of all aspects of the design. 1. the contractor shall provide training manuals.4. It shall be essential that prior approval of the engineer is obtained for the instructor and the instructor's qualifications in each case.

4.      1. 1. Without the specific written approval by the engineer.4.6.2.4.2. the contractor shall not place any equipment on order or begin with the manufacture of any plant/equipment until the engineer has approved the final system proposal.1. The final system proposal shall be submitted for the approval of the Engineer. FINAL SYSTEM PROPOSAL The purpose for the final system proposal shall be to form a complete basis on which detailed work can proceed.1.6. PROJECT FOR EXECUTION 1. This final system proposal phase shall include specifications of: All medium-voltage power supply All low-voltage power supply All emergency power supply All earthing and potential equalization All lighting All tunnel fittings All ventilation equipment All air control system and ventilation control system All emergency call and service telephone system All fire detection system All CCTV system All public address system UJ    Page 36 of194 . STAGE OF DOCUMENTATION The documentation shall be submitted at three different stages as followed: -Project for execution As-built documentation Manuals for operation and maintenance Final system manuals and instructions for operation and maintenance respectively compound project of executed works.6.

  All SCADA system     All building and lighting installation system . ACCEPTANCE TESTING All test specifications. including the data transmission system. which shall be part of the completed application software.2. The interfaces between single programs and data structures shall be designed.2.furniture All room ventilation and air conditioning Acceptance testing Documentation of organisation Data and communication equipment 1. the specified technical details shall be defined. schedules for acceptance tests to be performed at the various stages UJ    Page 37 of194 . HARDWARE FINAL SYSTEM PROPOSAL The hardware final system proposal shall be written in conjunction with the standard items for the component processor and associated peripherals.4. A full breakdown of the equipment shall be prevented with physical layout. The proposal shall include a detailed description of the processor system.4. the detailed documentation for each program shall be provided. For off-the-shelf software packages.2. timings. definitions. All operation functions and interfaces to be provided in each central and local system(s) shall be specified.3. If any of the hardware shall be designed or modified for this specification. interconnections and power supply arrangements.4. the method of connection of the peripherals and the transfer of information. with flow charts. Control software shall support the operator with online help.6. table structures. Critical timings shall be evaluated and displayed.6. 1. etc. If standard programs are used. off-the-shelf software package’s detailed documentation shall be supplied. 1.4. SOFTWARE FINAL SYSTEM PROPOSAL The software final system proposal shall contain flow charts and descriptions of the whole software structure explaining the operation and interaction of the various programs. This shall include a functional description of the program(s).2. The document shall concentrate on producing and describing an adequate overall system design with unified systems of data modification. storage and the source listings etc. interfaces.6.

schedules for all tests described elsewhere in these specifications and any other tests as necessary for demonstration of the performance. etc. by writing documentation issued during the contract in a form suitable for inclusion in the relevant final manuals. Sections issued during the contract shall be regarded as a draft form. 1. A review of the standard diagnostics shall be undertaken.1. The sequence of tests and the grouping of equipment for each test shall also be defined. Software and system tests: This shall include all acceptance tests to be performed on the individual programs and the complete system.6. FINAL DOCUMENTATION . Hardware tests: All hardware test schedules shall be defined.4 (“Tests”). It shall be acceptable if such standard documentation is submitted as part of the documentation forming the final system proposal.4.3. documentation is vital even if several reissues are necessary. The contractor’s proposal shall include provision for resources to produce the documentation throughout the contract. correct operation of the system.3. shall be provided.      described in item 1. These shall form the basis on which detailed test procedures can be written.6.SYSTEM MANUALS The final documentation shall consist of the following parts: UJ    Page 38 of194 . documentation concerning each part of the specifications shall be produced as part of each component job/work. Effort shall be given on recording and familiarity with the presentation of information maintained. FINAL SYSTEM MANUALS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE RESPECTIVELY COMPOUND PROJECT OF EXECUTED WORKS (PID) In order to maintain the liaison between the contractor's organisation and the engineer. The contractor shall propose a modular system of build-up of this information. proprietary documentation of all the equipment supplied under this contract shall be provided within the first five months of the contract. as subsequent jobs shall inevitably interact and require modification. shall be finalised during the final system proposal stage.4. in such a form which can be issued immediately. Detailed test specifications. 1.4. This definition shall include reviews and modifications from the contractor's standard factory tests if required. A copied set of the standard. But finally a number of at least 5 pieces of copied sets shall be handed over to the employer.

1. When approved. handler. The UJ    Page 39 of194 . The format of all data structures shall be described as a second part to the manual. especially by any competent programmer who wishes to specify or interface a new program into the system. Each program shall have a general description with a related flow chart.      Software manual Programming manual Hardware. one copy of the draft documentation. with particular attention to the points at which further user programs can be interfaces. This draft issue shall have the same number of parts and format as the final system manual.6. three draft issues of the final system manuals shall be submitted to the engineer for information and approval.and user-programs (the newest version and inclusive updates). It shall be essential that the complete operating structure is explained in such a way that it may be clearly understood. The software manual shall include the system’s programs and the system’s data records. In the overall description. Six complete sets of the final system manuals together with six copies of complete subject index shall be supplied before the issue of the taking over certificate (acceptance certificate). amended as required. including the executive-.3. Reissues shall be provided if site commissioning and tests make this necessary. A detailed description of each component’s job in the operating system shall follow. with limits of spare capacity. the allocation of the addressable storage of the component’s jobs shall be listed. including all equipment Tunnel operators manual Where appropriate.4. shall be returned to the contractor. A standard detailed programming assistance shall be left to the programming manual.2. SOFTWARE MANUAL The software manual shall be project oriented. The manual shall explain the overall software structure with flow charts and descriptions. The information shall follow the specification of the final system proposals. maintenance and servicing manuals. Not less than six weeks before the commencement of the site acceptance tests. standard documentation and project documentation submitted during the contract shall be included in the final system manuals.

. circuit diagrams (with component values) and layout diagrams including cabling diagrams (showing the interconnection between equipment) shall be provided. HARDWARE. routine mechanical servicing and operation of test equipment. except for off-the-shelf software packages for which only a right of use can be purchased. but care shall be taken to avoid these obscuring the operational description. The hardware description shall start with the overall configuration of the system. Routine mechanical servicing shall be covered.4. where appropriate. Source listings for all software supplied. The use of test programs shall be explained with step-by-step instructions. 1. testing and set-up adjustments. Sections on the following equipment shall be bound in separate volumes. for easier of use by the maintenance personnel: All medium-voltage power supply All low-voltage power supply All emergency power supply All lighting All ventilation equipment UJ    Page 40 of194 . the tunnel management shall be done manually by the maintenance people at the Control Centre.      data records of diagram formats. with set-up values and checking of power supply voltages etc. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING MANUAL The manual shall contain a description of the complete hardware system followed by maintenance procedures. proprietary documentation shall be included. Maintenance procedures shall cover the diagnosis of faults. including standard and application program libraries. shall form part of this manual.and cable-lists shall be provided. variables etc. with block diagrams and explanation of the operation. The maintenance procedure for tunnel shall contain that in case of maintenance or accidence. Part. For standard equipment. replacement of units.6. as indicated below. Step-by-step-description for the replacement of plug-in units of the computer system shall be given. Block diagrams (showing the flow and interaction of data). with layouts showing the location of every unit. The detailed listing of the programs itself shall be provided separately. logic diagrams.3. Detailed descriptions of component units shall explain their operation. shall be listed in a form compatible with the data updating system.3.

 

  All air control system and ventilation control system All emergency call and service telephone system All fire detection system All CCTV system All SCADA system Control Centre

 

1.4.6.3.4.

TUNNEL OPERATOR'S MANUAL

This manual shall be written specially for use by the tunnel operators at the Control Centre. It shall consist of specific sets of procedures and instructions necessary for effective operation of the system. The manual for the Control Centre shall include: Step by step instruction for fault conditions, fire alarm and all other alarm conditions Step by step instruction on use of all console equipment

The manual shall be suitable for continuous usage.

1.4.6.4.

PRESENTATION OF DOCUMENTATION

All documentation shall be in English. All documentation shall carry an unique issue number and date. All documentation shall be indexed, with a complete subject index in the final issue. All documentation shall be produced in an uniform format in compliance with the employer's requirements. All diagrams relating to the final documentation shall be reduced to page height, bound and correctly referenced to the text. The final documentation shall be delivered in durable hard cover-bindings. The bindings shall be in a loose-leaf form (ring-binders) and permit easy interchange or replacement of pages. Each ring binder shall be identified by an easily readable title applied/attached to both, the front face and the spine of the ring-binder. UJ   
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1.4.6.5.

CONTRACTOR'S DRAWINGS

The contractor shall submit drawings in such a form as the engineer will require them for approval, copies as required of all drawings, diagrams and details of all equipment in part or in whole. The contractor shall make any drawings available to the engineer at all reasonable times. Wiring diagrams and other drawings as the engineer deems shall not be finally settled until satisfactory installation and testing has been made, this shall be approved in principle. The contractor shall submit a schematic block diagram of the equipment showing the manner, in which the functional requirements of this specification shall work together. Before the contractor begins installing of his parts of the contracts, the contractor himself shall check all civil works insuring all equipment can be installed. Within one month after the signing of the contract, the contractor shall submit a schedule including details of numbering, categories and drawing registers / indexes for the production, submission and approval during the period of the contract of drawings and also of any information, required for the engineer in connection with the design of the contract works. This schedule shall be suited to the requirements of manufacture, delivery and installation of the contract works to meet the requirements of the contract and shall allow reasonable time (approx. 8 weeks) for study and approval by the engineer of all drawings, calculations and graphics submitted (and, as necessary, resubmitted) by the contractor. No approval by the engineer of any drawing shall relieve the contractor of any of his obligations of liabilities under the contract or of his responsibility for ensuring that the work is satisfactory done and that all operational requirements shall be met. The contractor shall provide drawings without undue delay, and in any case within twelve weeks of the award of the contract, these drawings shall include dimensions of equipment to be located in equipment rooms and details of cable routes and recesses/outlets, entry of equipment to cabinets, etc.

1.4.6.6.

AS-BUILT DRAWINGS

Preparation of the as-built drawings shall be part of these specifications. As-built drawings will be revised final design drawings of the project showing the actual work done.

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The contractor shall provide the as-built drawings in one original and one reproducible negative produced from the original, with the names of the signature authorities of the employer, the engineer and the contractor. After they are signed for approval, five prints shall be taken from the signed original of each drawing. Also DVDs with all as-built drawings shall be handed to the employer. Together with the as-built drawings, the contractor shall provide six sets of reduced size (e.g. A3 size) booklets of the as-built drawings. All details, dimensions, texts, etc., on the reduced size drawings shall be clearly recognizable and readable. The contractor shall complete and obtain the engineer’s approval on the as-built drawings and make the final submission of the as-built drawings together with the A3 size booklets latest within three month following the date of the Certificate of Completion. All costs associated with the provisions mentioned above shall be deemed to be included in the contract price. As-built drawings shall cover in general: For mechanical equipment: Construction drawings, Instruction drawings, Functional block diagrams For electrical installation: Installation drawings with circuit numbers and exact type-assignation of all installed equipment, Distribution diagrams with circuit numbers, Fault analysis and protection co-ordination settings the of protection system, Power consumption, Precise type numbering Earthing systems For distribution cabinets: Construction drawings, Circuit drawings as operating diagrams, UJ   
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Adjustment tolerances of circuit-breakers. water. The building site facilities include: Erection.    Additional current flow-charts where required. waste water and telephone. establishment and dismantling of all building containers inclusive all required premises for accommodation and food for the contractor’s personnel.7. Accurate lists of any installed equipment with precise description of this equipment.7. etc. For equipment: Construction drawings. List of quantities For cabling:   Diagrams with dimensions. erection and shifting of construction equipment Connecting the construction site and the contractor’s construction equipment with power supply. 1. tools and similar Mounting. Circuit diagrams. Dismantling of all construction equipment.4. which are provided by the employer. which are required for the construction site. Functional block diagrams. GENERAL The contractor shall erect all building containers.1. The building containers shall be erected on those areas. shifting. GENERAL EXPANSE 1. switches. type of cables and power requirements with regular cross-section area and measured cable values shall be used for these diagrams. Also chemical toilets shall be built up at the construction site Erection of storage room for storing construction material and surveillance it UJ    Page 44 of194 .4.

waste water. with building containers. UJ    Page 45 of194 . if necessary. water. connections of telephone.      The erection and. a shifting of the construction equipment shall be done during the construction time and without disturbing the neighbors of the construction site. All erection and dismantling of construction equipment. power supply and chemical toilets shall be included in the price.

Isolating points for the medium voltage system shall exist in every substation of the network. GENERAL This article covers the complete 20 kV substations in service buildings and MVS-niches including transformers.1. The medium voltage power system shall be erected in agreement with the local Power Supply Company. Any effort for coordination and reconcilement shall be calculated in the unit prices. The 20 kV network shall operate earth-fault neutralized. installation. The communication cabling of this system shall run via optical fiber cabling. particular medium voltage cubicles.2. a supply of the whole tunnel equipment shall be possible from each side. especially with regards to feeding. All guidelines and standards of the Power Supply Company shall be considered. required works. tests and all necessary equipment for the following materials: 20 kV switchgears (panels/cubicles) 20 kV cables Protection system UJ    Page 46 of194 . SCOPE OF WORK The medium voltage supply shall include the delivery.      2. additional requirements to local authorities’ requirements shall be included in the price of different positions of the medium voltage equipment. The transformation to 0.4 kV is not part of these specifications. MEDIUM VOLTAGE EQUIPMENT 2. Whereas. The medium voltage power supply system shall be equipped with protection system. materials. equipment and all other required equipment. (Service Building Adit 00 and Nonahalan). The supply of the tunnel Niayesh occurs via feeding points at the service buildings. The power supply is provided by the Power Supply Company (PSC) on the 20 kV level. 2. All equipment listed is a minimum requirement. protection and measuring of electricity. accessories and labor.

If any pressure compensations-openings shall be required. Also the earth resistance shall be measured and noticed at the measurement report. The price of the switch gear cubicles shall include those performances. The places of installation of the switchgears are determined in the drafts. The dimensioning of the switchgears shall occur in accordance with the local Power Supply Company’s standards. shall be designed for indoor installation in therefore provided rooms. The equipment in the substations shall base on the regulations of the local electrical authorities and International IEC standards (for example IEC 60298).1. described in this specification. The contractor has to deliver a factory-assembled. SWITCHGEAR CUBICLES The sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) shall be used as insulating material. In case of a failure (for example no voltage is fed at the Service Building Adit 00) the LCU switches power circuit breakers and the supply of the tunnel shall be occurred from the Service Building Nonahalan. These switchgears shall be installed indoor. If the employer desires. The medium voltage system shall be controlled by a LCU (Local Control Unit). All circuit breakers and fuses of the medium voltage system shall be arranged selective in flow direction of the power/current.  Transformers     Grounding system of medium voltage system Constructions Accessories 2. type tested and metal-enclosed SF6insulated switchgear. The results shall be clarified with a structural engineer. Further on these documents shall be handed out to the employer. UJ    Page 47 of194 . TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION The panels of the 20 kV-stations. 2. calculations of the load-flow and the short-circuit-currents of the whole medium voltage system shall be delivered by the contractor.3. detailed pressure-calculations shall be made by the contractor.3. The contractor also shall create all necessary documents for the permission by the employer. and shall be implemented at the electrical rooms.

The panels for the feeding shall be separately locked. because normally the maintenance personnel of the employer are not allowed. to use motorized isolating switches shall be given. In all panels the bus bars shall be connected via conic bushings (which are mounted at the side). to indicate the different phases. UJ    Page 48 of194 . The common bus bar system and each cubicle shall be equipped with a separate door with labelling. The bus bars also shall be labelled. Bus bars and insulators shall be adequately resistant against magnetic forces in case of a short circuit until the system releases. plug adapters or similar. which are described in the following paragraphs. The bus bars. installed in the panels shall be made of copper and mounted on carrying insulators.      Relevant IEC standards for switchgears: IEC 60265 circuit breaker IEC 60129 isolating switch and earthing switch IEC 60420 fuse. The opportunity. to interfere at the measuring plant of the Power Supply Company. which is separated by metallic separation elements to the cable terminal panel. Protection of switchgears: SF6-container: at least IP65 Housing of driving mechanism: at least IP30 Each panel shall include: Gas-tight housing made of stainless steel with: Manometer with potential free contact and gas-filler-stub Bus bar made of copper Three-position disconnector Fuse box Inner conic bushings with quick-connect-technology External conic bushings for cable.and plug terminals Pressure relief device downwards. They shall consist of panels.and circuit breaker-combination IEC 60056 moulded case circuit breaker The switchgear panels shall be modular and self-contained.

position indicator and interlocking facility Gas pressure indicator for each SF6 panel with manometer Labelling The three-position disconnector shall be equipped with separated actuating devices for the isolating and earthing switches. Box for additional control equipment for mounting outside of the switchgear-cabinet: On the top of each panel a low-voltage compartment shall be provided to install auxiliary devices and relays. which do not have enough space in the switchgear itself. wiring block equipment etc. The earthing at the transformer panel shall be occurred before and after the fuses. Also all those devices. The signal of a blown fuse shall be displayed mechanically on the front panel. terminal strip) Capacitive continuous voltage display for each outgoing branch circuit Mimic diagram with integrated drive opening. These boxes shall be provided for protective and control equipment as well as fuses. Cable terminal panel: The cable terminal panel shall to be built up with galvanized sheets. The internal wiring shall be included in the price of switchgear. The fuse unit itself shall be surrounded by air and shall be handled from the front side. In the cable terminal panel also space saving surge arresters shall be installed. terminal blocks. All terminals shall be labelled. For cable fixing. adjustable mounting rails shall be provided. UJ    Page 49 of194 . which runs through the plant. Appropriate interlocking facilities shall guarantee a secure operation. alarm switch. shall be situated in the control box. Here it also shall be used as a substructure for switchgears.and motorized mechanism Secondary equipment (open-circuit shunt release.      Housing of driving mechanism with: Manual. The connecting of the cables in the panels only shall be occurred with right-angle connectors. The earthing of the cable shield as well as of the housing of the panel shall occur on a copper bus bar. Fuse boxes shall be integrated in the SF6 tank.

) shall depend on the upstream power network. The contractor shall bear all the costs. The arcing test shall be done for 16kA and 1 sec. etc. Furthermore. resistant to short-circuit. Only if the earthing switch is closed.      If not all of the protective and control equipment.c. that in the different stations / locations of the medium voltage system different types of floors are given. the contractor shall take into account. on one hand the employer has to agree and on the second hand the rooms shall need a new design of static. The price of the switchgears shall include also the assembling with h. these equipment shall be placed in an own panel. etc. In each SF6-cabinet an own SF6-Manometer shall be included. The pluggable front covering shall be mechanically locked. Electrical data of switchgear (20 kV):   UJ  Page 50 of194 . In the MVS-Niches.v. (high-voltage high-breaking-capacity) fuse links and labelling of the panels. a raised floor shall be mounted.b.h. The cable terminal panel shall be separated to the pressure release duct by a metallic separation element. For protecting it shall be necessary to remove the covering as well as the earthing switch shall be put into the “closed” position. Therefore the switchgear cabinets shall be erected on suitable metal-constructions. The substructures of the individually medium voltage substations shall be made of galvanized steel or stainless steel (specified in the Bill of Quantities). For a secure operation these components and actions shall be provided: Unintended switching operations shall to be locked passively. The costs for those auxiliary panels including terminals and connections also shall be included in the price of the switchgears if necessary. the front covering can be taken away. before a changing of the fuses at the transformers shall be possible. The method of labelling shall be determined by the employer. The loss of SF6-gas shall be controlled by a potential free contact with the SF6manometer The dimensioning of load capability of the medium voltage system (sudden-short-circuit current. If although construction works shall be necessary (because of disregarding these regulations). The delivery and installation of the switchgears shall be occurred without any need of construction work at the 20kV-rooms. After IEC 62271-200. can be placed at the boxes.

    Rated Voltage: 20 kV Rated Current Bus Bar: 630 A Rated Current branch cable 630 A Rated Current branch trans.3.1. INCOMING PANEL 1 switchgear panel -dimension approx.:600 x 2400 x 1600 mm (width x height x depth) -1 mimic diagram 1 three position disconnector (on – off – earthed) -with ON – OFF operating device with manual control -with pilot switch for each break contact and make contact element power circuit breaker in vacuum design o o o closed / open position indicator for circuit-breaker with motor drive with pilot switch.1. 200 A Rated Frequency: 50 Hz Rated short-time current 3s: 40 kA Rated short-circuit breaking current: 40kA Insulating Material: SF6-gas Tapping arrangement circuit breaker: Vacuum Tapping arrangement miscellaneous SF6-gas or vacuum Partition: metal   2. using manometer and floating contact 3 outside-cone plugs for cable connection according to DIN 47636 o o with coupling for capacitive voltage indicator 1 three-phase continuous voltage indicator 3 cable-type current transformer 3 surge voltage protector for outside-cone plug-in system DIN 47636 control box top unit. 6 break contact and 6 make contact device with operations counter o 1 gas compartment surveillance for each SF6-cabinet. equipped with -1 digital time-overcurrent protection relay/ shortUJ    Page 51 of194 .

including all required protection equipment.:600 x 2400 x 1600 mm (width x height x depth) -1 mimic diagram 1 three position disconnector (on – off – earthed) -with ON – OFF operating device with manual control -with pilot switch for each break contact and make contact element power circuit breaker in vacuum design o o o o with ON – OFF operating device with motor drive with pilot switch.1. equipped with -1 digital time-overcurrent protection relay/ shortcircuit protection relay Cable terminal panel Complete. power supply units. 6 break contact and 6 make contact device with operations counter 1 gas compartment surveillance for each SF6-cabinet. control units. using manometer and floating contact 3 outside-cone plugs for cable connection according to DIN 47636 o -with coupling for capacitive voltage indicator 1 three-phase continuous voltage indicator 3 cable-type current transformer control box top unit. including all required protection equipment. power supply UJ    Page 52 of194 . fuses. terminals. INCOMING PANEL (SUPPLIED FROM DG SET) 1 switchgear panel -dimension approx. control units. etc. routing devices. 2.3.2. fuses.  circuit protection relay Cable terminal panel     Complete.

3.1.1.3. equipped with o o moving-iron ammeter.3.     2.v. fuses. routing devices.c.h. power supply units. red mark at max value transformer-temperature analysing unit Cable terminal panel Complete.4. 2.r. routing devices. using manometer and floating contact 3 outside-cone plugs for cable connection according to DIN 47636 o -with coupling for capacitive voltage indicator 1 three-phase continuous voltage indicator 3 h. control units. terminals. terminals. etc. TRANSFORMER OUTGOING PANEL 1 switchgear panel -dimension approx. with manual control 1 gas compartment surveillance for each SF6-cabinet.:600 x 2400 x 1600 mm (width x height x UJ    Page 53 of194 . etc. (as described before) fuse-carrier according to DIN for fuses with striker pin 3 cable-type current transformer control box top unit. including all required protection equipment.:600 x 2400 x 1600 mm (width x height x depth) -1 mimic diagram 1 three position disconnector (on – off – earthed) -with ON – OFF operating device with manual control -with pilot switch for each break contact and make contact element -with fuse boxes for DIN-fuses -with striker pin tripping and pilot switch earthing switch ahead of and after fuse. CABLE PANEL 1 switchgear panel -dimension approx. All services for the complete integration of the transformer shall be calculated in the unit price of the transformer outgoing circuit panel.  units.

  depth) -1 mimic diagram     1 three position disconnector (on – off – earthed) -with ON – OFF operating device with manual control -with pilot switch for each break contact and make contact element power circuit breaker in vacuum design o o o o with ON – OFF operating device with motor drive with pilot switch.3. This Distributor contains all electrical equipment. routing devices. LCU). power supply units. using manometer and floating contact 3 outside-cone plugs for cable connection according to DIN 47636 o with coupling for capacitive voltage indicator 1 three-phase continuous voltage indicator 3 cable-type current transformer 1 summation current transformer control box top unit. including all required protection equipment.g. UJ    Page 54 of194 . 6 break contact and 6 make contact device with operations counter 1 gas compartment surveillance for each SF6-cabinet. MEDIUM VOLTAGE CONTROLLING DISTRIBUTOR Medium Voltage Controlling Distributor situated in the Medium Voltage Rooms in the Service Buildings and MVS-Niches. terminals. which is necessary for the controlling / protection of medium voltage system (e.5. 2. fuses. equipped with -1 digital time-overcurrent protection relay/ shortcircuit protection relay Cable terminal panel: Complete.1. control units. etc.

3. The ends of the spare-cable shall be protected with waterproof heat-shrinkable tubing. The cabling of the medium voltage supply between the individually (sub) stations shall be laid in conduits underneath the walkway path. The labelling shall be included in the prices of cabling. The span of those clips shall be less than 1 m.1. but it shall be undetachable. If a mechanical protection for the cabling shall be necessary. If lower air temperatures are given. The air temperature during cabling installation shall be in compliance with the guidelines of the producer.6. The conduits are already set in concrete by the construction company (civil work). optical 2.3.      2. All cables shall be labelled at both endings. the cabling shall be laid horizontal or vertical.2. ACCESSOIRES Accessories for medium voltage supply in each MV-Room: 2 Panel keys 1 Charging lever for circuit breakers 1 Operating lever for switch disconnectors 1 Operating lever for earthing switches 2 Indicators for capacitive voltage testing low impedance system 1 High voltage tester. The cabling in the area of cable-ladders shall be fixed with clips at every individual rail. the contractor shall make necessary measures like warming the cable etc. the regulations and standards of local electrical authority and of Power Supply Company shall be fulfilled. The labelling shall be made of plastic. The cabling of the 20 kV voltage system shall be a copper cabling – XLP (AWG 3/0) power cabling (N2XHS(F)2Y). The fourth single core cable will be used as a reserve / spare and shall be installed with enough overlength. UJ    Page 55 of194 . For the designed plant. high-strength steel conduits shall be used. MEDIUM VOLTAGE CABLES For transmitting of 20 kV-voltage-level. The contractor is not allowed to bring the overlength of the cabling to account (with the exception of the spare-cable). Joints are not allowed. Generally the cabling shall be occurred in one length. If possible. the contractor shall install 4 numbers of XLP power cables 1 x 95 mm².

All voltage transformers shall be pluggable. a selective time interval. With this unit the state at switching points shall be controlled for enabling an uninterrupted switching to normal net configuration in case of a failure. Basic conditions for the protecting systems are: Selectivity to the power supply company Selectivity by faults in cables with automatic shift of the disconnecting point to the defect part of the system Insensitive and reliable protection system for tunnels Internal data-transmitting via optical fibre cabling Current transformer Current transformer for incoming panel or cable panel shall be three-pole. The secondary terminals shall be situated on the terminal strip inside the panel. three one-pole voltage transformers shall be used for measuring and earth-fault detection. The secondary terminals shall be realized by plugs inside the panel. cable pulley device. A synchro-check unit shall be provided for the circuit breakers in the 20 kV incoming and outgoing cubicles. shall be provided. During failure of time-overcurrent protection. 2.      The contractor shall provide all necessary devices and materials. In the outgoing (cable) panel.3. etc. metal-enclosed and shockproof. PROTECTION SYSTEM For the protection of the medium voltage equipment.3. with open delta winding. toroidal core transformers shall be used. which is another type of protection trips. as cable drum. a time-overcurrent protection with backward-lock-out shall be provided. Specification of protecting system: By the protection system of the medium voltage supply. Voltage transformer For voltage measuring on the busbar three one-pole voltage transformers shall be used. Backward-lock-out shall shorten the time to trip. provided as threephase block-type current transformer. All required earthing works shall also be included. roller. Those shall be included in the price of the cable. The current transformer‘s load shall be adjusted to the arrangement of protection devices. the contractor has to take into account. For incoming panels. which are required for cable installation. provided with measuring and protecting core. that a selectivity between the individually (sub) stations and the power supply company shall be needed. UJ    Page 56 of194 .

The operating system (OS) shall be stored in flash-EPROM. The beginning of a failure shall be marked with the real-time of the internal system clock. The instantaneous values of the input variables shall be stored in a cyclic buffer (memory). Within a failure the separate signals shall be provided with the relative time with a resolution of 1 ms. The clock shall be able to be synchronized and equipped with a buffer battery. Protection equipment All functions of the protection equipment shall be (microprocessor-based protection and control). The state of the relays shall survive a failure and recovery of the auxiliary supply. Excitations. Self-monitoring and signalling of device-faults All protection devices shall be equipped with monitoring of the hardware and software. Minimum requirement of the monitoring: UJ    Page 57 of194 . shall be adequate marked in the buffer. Date and time All protection devices shall be equipped with integral real-time clock (RTC) with a calendar function.    Voltage transformers on the branch shall be removable for cable testings. The assignment of the signals to the relays shall be freely selectable.   microprocessor controlled Auxiliary power supply For necessary auxiliary power supply. power supply units with an operating range of -20% up to +15% (of nominal voltage) shall be provided. etc. tripping. release values. Also the formation of common signal / common alarm shall be possible. Pilot relay For the transmission of signals. the contractor shall provide enough pilot relays. The power supply of the protection equipment shall be able to span an interruption of the auxiliary supply for ≤50ms. Storage of fault signals and fault values/ alarms The formed fault signals in the devices of the last three events shall be stored and available by using a device terminal or a PC. Battery-maintained RAM is not allowed. A switching of on / off of the auxiliary power supply shall not cause a malfunction of the protection equipment.

1. OVER CURRENT-TIME PROTECTION RELAY WITH FEEDER DIFFERENTIAL PROTECTION FOR CABLE CONNECTIONS A 80 – 125V 50Hz 230VAC 4-lined LCD-display with information text Indication and count value Operator and control keyboard Nominal current: Nominal voltage: Nominal frequency: Auxiliary power supply: Local control: UJ    Page 58 of194 .3. Monitoring of the continuous program processing by time monitoring (watchdog) Further requirements The protection devices shall be designed as panel-plug-in devices with screw-type terminals on the back side and covering. drift.3. and following front side display and control elements (minimal requirement): Illuminated LC-display. accuracy)   Monitoring of the commend circuit to the coil of the commend relays (short circuit and failure/interruption) Monitoring of the memory chips by using cyclic formation of checksum and comparing with deposited checksum. information -at least 6 free parameterizable LED displays with labelling field -at least 4 free programmable function keys -4 navigation keys -at least 12 numeric operator buttons -special keys for parameterization Mobile operating device The mobile operating device (notebook) shall be equipped with the final version of the operating and parameterization software and shall be able to perform following tasks: operating program -operator interface -configuration interface -display editor -logic programming -failure-evaluation program for visualisation of stored failures and signals 2. (at least) four lines.    Monitoring of the internal auxiliary power supply for digital and analog circuit Monitoring of the analog-to-digital conversion (offset. for displaying of miscellaneous. alphanumeric.

I>>.    4 free programmable function keys 7 free programmable LEDs   Communication: Interface RS232 on the front side System-Interface on the backside of the device Interfaces for optical fibre cables (amount and types depends on used system) General functions: Battery-maintained clock Fault messages: the last 8 fault messages have to be stored Operational message: the last 80 messages have to be stored Self-monitoring -In-/Outputs: 7 binary inputs 5 relay outputs 1 live contact -Protection functions: Phase-selective differential protection for two-ending-operation Over current-time protection phase I>. Ip>> Breaker intertripping Thermal overload protection Quick breaking step Displaying of measurements for local and distant cable-endings Operation by parameters Lock-out Trigger circuit protection -Automatic functions: Command conversation Filter for messages Locking of transfer function UJ    Page 59 of194 .

Ip>> Over current-time protection earth IE>. IEp>> Inrush locking Automatic functions: UJ    Page 60 of194 . OVER CURRENT TIME PROTECTION FOR OUTGOING TRANSFORMER UNIT 1A 50 Hz 230 VAC LCD-display for current measurements Nominal current: Nominal frequency: Auxiliary power supply: Local control: Communication: Interface RS232 on the front side System-Interface on backside of device Interfaces for optical fiber system)General functions: Battery-maintained clock cables (amount and types depends on used Fault messages: the last 8 fault messages have to be stored Operational message: the last 80 messages have to be stored Self-monitoring In-/Outputs: 7 binary inputs 5 relay outputs 1 live contact Protection functions: Over current-time protection phase I>.3.3. IE>>.2.  Programmable logical functions     2. I>>.

Protection and monitoring equipment For the windings. -5%. +2. The yoke shall be mounted with yokechipboards.5%. The transformer shall be equipped with massive plain wheels. Also. TRANSFORMERS 2. The mixture of epoxy resin shall be hardly inflammable and self-extinguishing. The iron core shall be designed with step-lap joints. part 6.4. a temperature monitoring by using separated PTC thermistor detectors for warnings and alarms shall be provided. The neutral point (on the besides copper low-voltage side) shall be designed in a total insulated form. with positions +5%. UJ    Page 61 of194 .4. On the stiffening frame near the ground a base shall be provided for the approach of winches and lifting jacks. The transformers shall be equipped with tap changer on primary side. the windings shall be embedded with a mixture of epoxy resin. like the phase conductor. The use of bolts is not allowed.1. Winding terminations shall be realized as strip or foil windings.3. The yoke-chipboards of both sides of the yoke shall be linked with pull rods. For the winding material also aluminium can be used. DRY TRANSFORMER Dry transformers shall be built with an air-natural – air-natural cooling (ANAN). The tap changers shall operate under off-circuit conditions (through the cover) and shall be able to be fixed in any position by an adjusting screw. Transformers shall be at least fire class F1 according to DIN VDE 0532.5%. -2. eyebolts with a diameter of at least 60 mm shall be provided on the top. Additional to the turn insulation. rotatable for lengthwise and crosswise driving. ± 0%. The ground clearance shall be at least 50 mm.3.  command conversation Filter for messages Locking of transfer function Programmable logical functions     2.

) Cooling: ANAN Tapping range: +5%.4. In each Service Building. TRANSFORMER 20 / 0. which is not specified in this paragraph.400 KV – SERVICE BUILDINGS . EN 01.5%. +2.1. Technical specification: Portal west.1.5%. adit vali-e-asr 125 kVA 20 kV 0. realised as described above. ± 0%. uk: Vector Group: Primary connection: Secondary connection: adit 00.3. -2.5%.Main power supply The transformers in the Service Buildings and MVS-Niches are indoor -.5%. +2.0 kW (max. 2. ± 0%. portal east Rated power: 100 kVA Voltage (primary side): 20 kV Voltage (secondary side): 0. adit 01. adit golshar. -2. -5% Impedance voltage.) ANAN +5%.400 kV Nominal frequency: 50 Hz Thermic power loss: 4. adit nonahalan. dry transformers with an air-natural – air-natural cooling (ANAN). -5% 4% Dyn 5 totally insulated plug-in connector connection safe to touch with connecting lug and insulating cover UJ    Page 62 of194 .      All equipment. the same guidelines and specifications shall be valid as described in “Oil immersed transformer”.400 kV 50 Hz 4. two transformers will be situated. uk: 4% Vector Group: Dyn 5 Primary connection: totally insulated plug-in connector Secondary connection: connection safe to touch with connecting lug and insulating cover Technical specification: Rated power: Voltage (primary side): Voltage (secondary side): Nominal frequency: Thermic power loss: Cooling: Tapping range: Impedance voltage.0 kW (max.

) ANAN +5%.400 kV 50 Hz 4.)   Page 63 of194 . Technical specification: Rated power: Voltage (primary side): Voltage (secondary side): Nominal frequency: Thermic power loss: Cooling: Tapping range: Impedance voltage.   TRANSFORMER 20 / 0. In each Service Building.0 kW (max.0 kW (max. one transformer will be situated. dry transformers with an air-natural – air-natural cooling (ANAN).4. -5% Impedance voltage. uk: 4% Vector Group: Dyn 5 Primary connection: totally insulated plug-in connector Secondary connection: connection safe to touch with connecting lug and insulating cover Technical specification: Rated power: Voltage (primary side): Voltage (secondary side): Nominal frequency: Thermic power loss: UJ  adit golshar 200 kVA 20 kV 0.5%.400 KV – SERVICE BUILDINGS . uk: Vector Group: Primary connection: Secondary connection: cover adit 00 315 kVA 20 kV 0.1.5%.400 kV Nominal frequency: 50 Hz Thermic power loss: 4. +2.2.0 kW (max. ± 0%. -2. ± 0%.) Cooling: ANAN Tapping range: +5%. +2.400 kV 50 Hz 5. adit vali-e-asr Rated power: 250 kVA Voltage (primary side): 20 kV Voltage (secondary side): 0.Ventilation   The transformers in the Service Buildings and MVS-Niches are indoor -. -5% 4% Dyn 5 totally insulated plug-in connector connection safe to touch with connecting lug and insulating Technical specification: EN01.  2. realised as described above. -2.5%.5%.3.

-2.  Cooling: Tapping range: Impedance voltage. ± 0%. Technical specification: Rated power: Voltage (primary side): Voltage (secondary side): Nominal frequency: Thermic power loss: Cooling: Tapping range: Impedance voltage. adit 01.5%.4. -5% 4% Dyn 5 totally insulated plug-in connector connection safe to touch with connecting lug and insulating cover Technical specification: Rated power: Voltage (primary side): Voltage (secondary side): Nominal frequency: Thermic power loss: Cooling: Tapping range: Impedance voltage. dry transformers with an air-natural – air-natural cooling (ANAN).0 kW (max.5%. ± 0%. +2. -5% 4% Dyn 5 totally insulated plug-in connector   Page 64 of194 . realised as described above.) ANAN +5%.400 kV 50 Hz 14. +2. uk: Vector Group: Primary connection: UJ  2500 kVA 20 kV 0. adit nonahalan 160 kVA 20 kV 0.5%. -5% 4% Dyn 5 totally insulated plug-in connector connection safe to touch with connecting lug and insulating cover 2.5%.5%.3. -2.400 KV – SERVICE BUILDING Portal East – Emergency Power System (EPS) The transformers in the Service Building portal east are indoor -.0 kW (max. +2.3. For EPS system two transformers will be situated.) ANAN +5%.5%. ± 0%. TRANSFORMER 20 / 0.400 kV 50 Hz 4. uk: Vector Group: Primary connection: Secondary connection: Portal west. uk: Vector Group: Primary connection: Secondary connection:     ANAN +5%.1. -2.

-5% 4% Dyn 5 totally insulated plug-in connector connection safe to touch with connecting lug and insulating cover 2.3.-trans 3 Gen.400 kV 50 Hz 12.0 kW (max. uk: Vector Group: Primary connection: Secondary connection: 2000 kVA 20 kV 0.  Secondary connection:     connection safe to touch with connecting lug and insulating cover Technical specification: Rated power: Voltage (primary side): Voltage (secondary side): Nominal frequency: Thermic power loss: Cooling: Tapping range: Impedance voltage.-trans 16 Vent.-trans 4 Gen.-trans 10 Vent.-trans 5 Gen. Location List of transformers Transformer Name Vent.-trans 8 Vent.-trans 2 Gen.-trans 1 Gen.-trans 6   Kind of supply ventilation General supply General supply ventilation General supply General supply ventilation General supply General supply ventilation General supply General supply ventilation General supply General supply ventilation General supply General supply ventilation Power 160 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 315 kVA 125 kVA 125 kVA 250 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 250 kVA 125 kVA 125 kVA 160 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 200 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 160 kVA Page 65 of194 Portal West Portal West Portal West Adit 00 Adit 00 Adit 00 EN 01 EN 01 EN 01 Adit vali-e-asr Adit vali-e-asr Adit vali-e-asr Adit 01 Adit 01 Adit 01 Adit golshar Adit golshar Adit golshar Adit nonahalan UJ  .-trans 4 Vent. -2.-trans 5 Gen.5%.-trans 15 Gen.-trans 7 Gen.-trans 6 Vent.5%.1.4.-trans 1 Gen.4.-trans 9 Gen.) ANAN +5%.-trans 7 Gen. ± 0%.-trans 3 Gen.-trans 2 Vent. +2.

GROUNDING SYSTEM Grounding system consisting of: Ground bus installed in the medium voltage room Ground bus installed in transformer rooms Connections to equipment. These constructions shall consist of two rails on an appropriate substructure. 1. The medium voltage grounding system shall be separated from the low voltage grounding system and prepared by civil work. These constructions shall be screwed down and withstand all loads that can occur. transformers etc.-trans 14 EPS-trans 1 EPS-trans 2   General supply General supply General supply General supply Emergency power system Emergency power system 100 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 100 kVA 2500 kVA 2000 kVA   1.1.-trans 13 Gen. 1.-trans 12 Gen.3.1. The construction (substructure and rails) shall be statically designed for the appearing load / weight.1. the opportunity to connect the transformer-connections to earth potential shall be given.2.1. The rails shall be at the same level as the particular door so that the transformer can be moved in / out straight. During work on the transformers. CONSTRUCTIONS All required constructions for erecting and fixing the cubicles shall be made of hot dip galvanized steel. ACCESSORIES UJ    Page 66 of194 . testing links. Fixing equipment for the transformers shall be included.-trans 11 Gen. The costs for the grounding of medium voltage system shall be included in the prices of the transformers.  Adit nonahalan Adit nonahalan Portal east Portal east Portal east Portal east Gen. The transformers also shall be installed with constructions of hot dip galvanized steel.

The controlling of the supply of the tunnel Niayesh shall be monitored by the employer’s personnel. the medium voltage stations although must continue their operation. Local Control: If the changeover switch is positioned at “local control”.3. 1. All switching operations shall only happen in agreement with the Power Supply Company. all upstreamed switching equipment has to switch off the remote controlling.1.3. 1. The status of the system shall be reported to the superior control system (SCADA). failure at the medium voltage station. The circuit breaker ahead of the disconnecting point shall be closed in case of a fault. shall be shifted. OPERATION MODES All switching equipment. The whole switchgear interlocking shall also work at local control. Furthermore this part shall be disconnected from the supply.3.1. The data concentrators in the medium voltage stations shall communicate via optical fiber cabling. To prevent maloperation. All multiple-failures of the switching operations shall be integrated in the switchgear interlocking and into the tunnel control system (SCADA)! Generally it shall be required to design the concept of the switching operations within agreement of the power supply company and the employer. The supply of the Power Supply Company shall be controlled by its own personnel. a switchgear interlock-unit is required. Remote Control: UJ    Page 67 of194 . this part shall automatically turn to the new disconnecting point. DATA CONCENTRATOR A data concentrator shall be needed to use the advantages of a double-sided supply. Therewith a switching between local-or remote-control is possible.). so that all medium voltage substations can be supplied. In case of a defect in a section between two medium voltage stations. The main part of the control system shall shift the disconnecting point in case of a power breakage or failure. etc.1. the disconnecting point. Therefore contact elements shall be monitored and integrated into the control unit. In case of a breakdown of the communication. SWITCHING OPERATIONS Depending on the demand (failure of supply. The local control units shall transmit the information of the medium voltage system to the superior control system.1.2. shall need a changeover switch. and this system shall give the switching commands.      1.3. which shall be equipped with a remote control switch.

All relevant information like the position of switches or operation currents and so on.      At this position of the changeover switch the user shall be able to choose between different switch possibilities out of a predefined matrix. UJ    Page 68 of194 . Generally it shall be possible to decide which of the two feedings at the service buildings shall be switched. A remote controlling of the medium voltage power supply shall only be possible. if: -No changeover switch is positioned at local control -No earthing switch is switched -No fault is stored 1. PROCESSING AND FAULT SIGNALS The operation and fault signals of the medium voltage switchgears shall be transmitted via binary contacts.1.4. shall be registrated by the local control unit and transmitted to the superior control system (SCADA).

contactors. cabling and all required equipment. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 2.2. moulded case circuit breakers. accessories as well as all work needed for the complete 400/230 V power supply. The power supply of the whole tunnel shall consist of 4 main stations. MVS-Niches Cabling inside and outside the tunnel Earth and overload protection Warning notices and working instructions All other materials or components required and installed. current transformers. SCOPE OF WORK The 400/230 V/50 Hz power supply shall include the delivering of material. fused isolators. commissioning. indicator lamps. Cabling inside the service buildings.1. GENERAL All power and control units shall be installed into distribution cabinets.3. measuring instruments.50 HZ POWER SUPPLY   2. isolating circuit breakers. relays. feeders. GENERAL This article covers the complete 400/230 V power supply. The wiring inside the distribution cabinets shall be in PVC trays. extra-low voltages. complete installation. These main stations are the both service buildings (north and south). including distribution cabinets. material.      2. 2. 400/230 V . UPS power. 2. which supply the maintenance niches and the tunnel equipment. UJ    Page 69 of194 . terminal boxes etc.g. different control units and so on) shall be placed in separated or comprehensive different distribution cabinets.1. whether expressly specified thereafter or not for the complete installation and its function. as well as 3 Medium Voltage Supply-Niches (MVS-niche). main power. tests and equipment of the following materials: Distribution Cabinets with all bus bars.3. all different voltages (e.

Distribution cabinets shall have lightning arrestors to protect all facilities from voltages higher than 400 V. which shall be engraved into an aluminum-plate. Also the distribution cabinets themselves shall be labeled with a combination of letters and numbers. inside a distribution cabinet shall be labeled. as well as in the accesses (tunnel and shaft) shall be equipped with anticondensation heating. Switches. All distribution cabinets shall be grounded. Circuit breakers and fuses shall be discriminating to each other facilities (discriminating ratio) in direction of the power/current flow. shall be labeled with stainless steel-boards. UJ    Page 70 of194 . All data shall be available at the central connection element. The Maintenance Niche also shall have cable inlets on top.   The inlet of the cables into the distributors generally shall be made from bottom up (raised floor) with a degree of protection of IP54 in Maintenance Niches and IP43 in the Service Buildings and MVS-Niches. like cameras. Central connection element: All control and data cables shall be connected with the central connection element. Equipment inside the tunnel. measuring instruments. push buttons. which shall be controlled by an associated door contact.    Grounding and protection cables shall be colored yellow-green. All electrical equipment. situated in the main tunnel tube. pilot lamps and measuring instruments shall be installed into the distribution cabinets front doors. All distribution cabinets. the use of glue is not allowed). The contractor is obligated to offer a system which shall be installed without any structural alteration. This is necessary to lead the cables from the maintenance niche to the cable tray on the tunnel wall. Each distribution cabinet shall be equipped with a distribution cabinet lighting with an 18 W fluorescent lamp. this pocket shall be fixed on the inside of the distribution cabinet’s door (fixed with screws or rivets. this element shall be at the central data exchange location of the tunnel site (inside Service Building South) and the SCADA system shall be connected to this element only. etc. Each distribution cabinet shall be provided with a pocket for the drawings. this shall be a distribution cabinet (or more) equipped with terminals for jumpering the cables and relay units for order multiplexing.

etc.3. the degree of protection shall be kept! The distribution cabinets of the CCTV UJ    Page 71 of194 . The degree of protection shall be observed. For cable entries at distribution cabinets with a degree of protection of IP 54 cable glands shall be used. All metal parts which are not under voltage shall be pre-treated with an anti-corrosion coating. The internal wiring. top-hat rails. All cables with larger cross sections shall be directly connected to the particular electrical equipment inside the distribution cabinets. shall be calculated in the position of the distribution cabinet. nevertheless terminals for reducing the cross section shall be used. which is provided for mounting at 19” frames. Light-current parts installed in cabinets shall be suitable for a mounting on top-hat rails (DIN rails) or C-profiles and respectively in 19 inch racks. The 3 fixed points shall be connected with one rod.points at each door of distribution cabinet (on the top. Although self-ventilation of distributors. starting position and destination). The strips shall be labeled. All incoming and outgoing cables also shall be labeled (number of cable. If the cross section of the cables is although too high for connecting with the electrical equipment. PVC-ducts. DISTRIBUTION CABINETS All wiring and cabling inside the distribution cabinet shall be laid in PVC-ducts. and the height of distributor. like coverings. All incoming and outgoing cables with a cross section equal to or less than 25 mm² shall be based on terminal boards and shall have strain relief devices. cabling and bus bars in the cabinets and small accessories to follow the function and regulations. The height of those frames depends on the height of electrical equipment which shall be installed on it. Each distribution cabinet shall be equipped with 1 lock (incl. Terminal strips shall be provided with a numbering-system. The contractor shall provide enough mounting rails for all devices and equipment which shall be installed inside the distribution cabinets. C-profiles.2. screwed conduit entries. shall have 19” swing frames or 19” fixed frames. The lock shall be fixed at 3.      2. key). Each distributor which will carry electrical equipment. Depending on the thermo technical requirement the distribution cabinet shall be equipped with ventilation openings with grids. All cabinets with internal heat sources shall be self-ventilated. The mounting height of controls and displays shall be settled with the customer. on the bottom and in the middle of the doors). All equipment shall be accessible.

The cabinets shall be mounted beside / at walls or free standing types in the rooms (service buildings. The Network Cabinets also have front UJ    Page 72 of194 . The dimensions of Network cabinets are 800 mm x 800 mm x 2000 mm (width x depth x height) for those situated in the service buildings and 800mm x 1000 mm x 2000mm (width x depth x height) for those situated in the Control Centre. which have a through-mounted bus bar no partition plates shall be necessary. self-supporting cuboidal-frame. The doors. Each cabinet shall fulfil the required degree of protection. The cabinet’s-frame shall consist of a distortion-resistant. The Network Cabinets in the Service Buildings have two doors. side walls. with doors. Material and degree of protection: Service buildings: Coated steel IP 43 MVS-Niches: Powder coated aluminium IP 43 Maintenance Niches: Stainless steel (AISI 316) IP 54 Free Field: Galvanized Steel IP 54 All plates shall be removable by using releasable screwed connections. bottom plates and sockets. back walls. Live parts shall be covered with removable Plexiglas-covers. MVS-Niches). Further all distributors shall be situated on a pedestal with a height of 100 mm (excluded the distribution of cabinets at the maintenance niche.) also an air conditioning for the distribution cabinets itself is required. side walls. Side walls are not required for every distribution cabinet. top plates and bottom plates shall be made of at least a 1 mm thick sheet. swinging frames for a better room use shall be provided. so it is possible to reach the back-side of the electrical equipment. top plates.1. Between the distribution cabinets. For combined cabinets like the main low voltage cabinet. which shall be situated in one line. All mentioned regulations shall be included in the prices of the cabinets. NETWORK CABINETS These Cabinets carry the components for network. etc. 2. furnished with a primer and a top coating.3. The devices shall be labeled on the inside of the door. The distribution cabinets shall be designed as modular cabinets (mounted side by side).2. these cabinets shall be situated on an appropriate pedestal). back walls. a partition plate shall be situated. If necessary.      system as well as the distributers for the jet fans (there are frequency converters and soft starters inside. The Network cabinets are made of dipprimered powder coated steel sheet. The wiring to the installed parts in the cabinet’s-door shall be made by using highly flexible wires / cables.

Just low-loss. 2. PE) of uniform rectangular cross section throughout their length shall be provided.    panels made of glass. The mounting height of controls and displays etc.2.90 ind. The capacitor losses shall not overstep the value of 0. discrete capacitors shall be used.3. N. The power factor correction shall ensure a power factor better than cosφ = 0.4. The cabinets situated out of the tunnel and buildings are made of galvanized steel sheet. L2. 2. Each capacitor shall be equipped with an according discharge device. self-healing capacitors are allowed. The capacitors shall be equipped with an overpressure protection device. BUS BARS Five copper bus bars (L1. POWER FACTOR CORRECTION An individual power factor correction for each jet fan shall be installed to mind reactive power.2. The bus bars shall be air insulated and shall be in accordance to the relevant standards. which are installed in the distribution cabinets intended for the jet fans. Maximum fault level 36 kA The support for the bus bars shall be realized with non-hygroscopic. The calculation of the power factor correction for the ventilation equipment shall depend on the bases which shall be available during engineering.3. The dimensions of those cabinets shall be 800 mm x 600 mm x 2000 mm (width x depth x height).3.3.   2. FREE FIELD CABINETS These Cabinets are required for the electric at the water reservoirs. The nominal current and the short-circuit strength of the bus bars shall exceed the order of magnitude by (at least) 20 % (taking into account the reduction in section caused by drilling for connection and support). shall be determined in agreement with the employer.2 W/kVar. But the contractor shall prove / check the dimension of the engineered compensation plant. For cable entries at distribution cabinets cable glands (even with a degree of protection of IP54) shall be used. L3. The dimensioning for each plant shall be proved. to see the electrical equipment inside. non-tracking insulators UJ    Page 73 of194 . For the power factor correction.

 

 

 

strong enough to withstand the occurring forces either affected by thermal effects under normal working conditions and overload or by the occurrence of electromagnetic effects under short circuit conditions. Insulators shall be in accordance to the relevant standards.

2.3.5. CIRCUIT BREAKERS
Circuit breakers shall be provided according to the relevant standards. The circuit breakers shall be equipped with an electronic or magnetic triggering for high speed tripping on short circuit and ground contact and a thermal tripping device for time delay tripping on low overloads. All values shall be adjustable to reach the required discrimination. The whole device shall be built for mounting in a distribution cabinet as described in the appropriate section. Every circuit breaker shall be equipped with an auxiliary contact to monitor its control state. The four-pole circuit breakers at the in-feed of the main transformers in the service buildings and MVS-Niches shall have an interlocking device to the circuit breaker before the particular transformer. In any case always both circuit breakers (before the transformers and afterwards) shall be tripped. For circuit breakers with motor drive / motor operated mechanism, the according doorinstallation shall be realized (see single line diagrams).

2.3.6. FUSES AND FUSED ISOLATORS
All fuses and fused isolators shall be high-rupturing-capacity (HRC) type and according to the relevant standards.

2.3.7. MOULDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS
Moulded case circuit breakers shall be in accordance with a degree of protection IP 20 and shall be of magnetic and thermal trip type having a quick break, quick make trip free mechanism and according to the relevant standards. The magnetic trip shall be adjustable. The operating switch dolly shall provide a clear indication of “ON”, “OFF” and “TRIPPED” positions and shall have provision for padlocking in the “OFF” position. They shall be equipped with time delay tripping on low overloads and high speed tripping on short circuits. Contacts shall be tipped and shall have a quick break and quick make wiping action. The case shall be moulded in non-hygroscopic material of arc resisting characteristics and shall incorporate de-ionizing type arc chutes. Minimum fault level: 24 kA Each moulded case circuit breaker shall be equipped with an auxiliary contact to monitor its UJ   
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control state. An accumulated fault alarm (one per system, for example lighting, ventilation, etc.) shall be handed over to the SCADA system via local distributed unit and further to the PLC.

2.3.8. MINIATURE AUTOMATIC CIRCUIT BREAKERS
Miniature automatic circuit breakers shall be in accordance with a degree of protection IP 20 and shall be of magnetic and thermal trip type and according to the relevant standards. They shall be equipped with time delay tripping on low overloads and high speed tripping on short circuits. For arc quenching, the breakers shall be equipped with magnetic blow out contacts. Minimum fault level: 6 kA. Each miniature automatic circuit breaker shall be equipped with an auxiliary contact to monitor its control state. An accumulated fault alarm (one per system, for example lighting, ventilation, etc.) shall be handed over to the SCADA system via local distributed unit and further to the PLC.

2.3.9. SELECTIVITY / DISCRIMINATION
Overcurrent protective devices shall be selective, so that in a case of a failure, the faulty part of the plant can be best possible restricted. By suitable selection of (switching) devices, following points shall be ensured: operating/ functional current peak shall not cause a switching off only the closest operating device to the point of fault shall operate/ rupture in case of malfunction of the closest operating device to the point of fault, the next operating device (connected in series) shall operate

The selectivity of the protection devices shall be verified by comparing the time/current operating (o. tripping) characteristics on all protection levels.

2.3.10. WIRING AND SIGNALLING
Connection system: All cores of a cable shall be performed. The jumpering panel shall be designed as a quickconnect-system by using strapping connectors which allows solderless, screwless and stripless connecting of cores. UJ   
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Overvoltage protection: Signal leads shall be protected against overvoltage at every passing from one to another lightning protection zone. This shall be done by using overvoltage protection cascades consisting of a base and a plug connector (where the protective elements are situated). The cores which shall be protected shall be situated on the base. Isolating transformer: The electrical isolation of the 0/4 – 20 mA – electric circuits shall be realized with modular isolating transformers. Technical specification of the isolating transformer: Input: 0/4 – 20 mA, Re ≤ 50 Ohm Output: 0/4 – 20 mA, burden 500 Ohm Auxiliary supply: 24 V, external Transmission error: ≤ 0.1 % Electric strength: 2.5 kV 3 dB cut-off frequency: at least 30 Hz Disconnect test terminals / current transformer (disconnect) terminals: All 0/4 – 20 mA signals (measured values, setpoints) shall be controlled over good accessible disconnect test terminals. It shall be possible to measure the signals without disconnecting the electric circuit. Current transformer (disconnect) terminals shall be situated on the secondary current circuit of the current transformer, so that the current transformer can be disconnected/ isolated without an interruption of the electrical circuit. Relay-clamps: The relays of the relay-clamps shall be loadable with 3 A at 60 VDC. Each relay shall be equipped with two-way switches. By means of the belonging LEDs, the circuit/ control state of each relay on the relay card shall be signalled. Further, a belonging switch for each relay shall be integrated (switched on). All relays shall be pluggable type. The base and the plug connector shall be loadable with 4 A. Optocoupler: For the electrical isolation of counting pulses, optocoupler shall be provided. Technical specification of the optocoupler: optocoupler consisting of LED- and phototransistor

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power supply units shall be installed in the distribution cabinets. mounted on mounting racks. L2.3.      suitable for secure TRANSMITTING of data . they also shall be short-circuit-proof. All units shall be situated on the top (inside) of the cabinet. L3) voltage of all phases (phase-neutral. The output power shall be dimensioned 30 % larger than the connected load of the supplied devices. The relay cards shall be installed on standardized cards (euro-card-format). pluggable by using plug connectors. The control state of each relay shall be signaled with a LED on the front side of the card. shall be suitable to measure: current of all phases (L1. If not defined / prescribed.expected pulse train / pulsed quantity the control state shall be signalled by a light-emitting diode (LED) at the input circuit Relay cards: Relay cards shall be used for electrical isolation of commands and signals.11. The contact multiplication shall be designed by the contractor. phase-phase) active power apparent power reactive power power factor (cos φ) kWh kVarh UJ    Page 77 of194 . 2. according to the used equipment / devices. the contractor shall define the necessary voltage. MULTI-FUNCTION INSTRUMENT Multi-function instruments (for installation in the distribution cabinet’s-door). Power supply units: For the supply of the devices described above. The voltage-stability of the output voltage shall be at least +/.3 %. All termination shall be steered over clamps.

The soft starter and the bypassswitch shall be wired in an according form.13. suitable for temperature monitoring of windings and bearings of three-phase asynchronous motors.3. After the sequence of starting the bypass-switch shall be activated. the multi-function instruments shall be connectable to the current transformer (nA/5A).3. Technical data: Motor nominal voltage: 3 x 400 V. launching voltage -adjustable current limiting -wear-free semiconductor switches -continuous operation -overload-able up to 15 % at continuous operation -including bypass-contactor -floating contact -LED-indications on the device for fault diagnosis and operating diagnosis. 2. CUSHIONED-START DEVICE / SOFT STARTER The soft starter shall be suitable to perform following tasks and specifications: -adjustable launching ramp.      The multi-function instruments shall be equipped with an electric measuring element and a busable interface. and they shall be equipped with a digital display and a keyboard for controlling. Technical data and specifications: the PT 100 tripping unit shall be equipped with LEDs for signalling warnings and UJ    Page 78 of194 . 2. Further. so that the motor of the jet fan also can be started using the bypass-switch in case of failure or the soft starter. They also shall be equipped with a peak-value-memory. stooping ramp. 50 Hz Rated motor output: at least 20 kW (Auxiliary)Supply Voltage: 230V AC Degree of protection: at least IP 20 Number of operations per hour: at least 10 Technical data: Motor nominal voltage: 3 x 400 V.and 3-wire-sensor / probe. PT 100 TRIPPING UNIT PT 100 tripping units for 2.12. 50 Hz Rated motor output: at least 20 kW (Auxiliary)Supply Voltage: 230V AC Degree of protection: at least IP 20 Number of operations per hour: at least 10 Mode of operation: The soft starter shall be used for start / run up of the jet fans.

) as well as wiring are not allowed.5 meters) and for ventilation shall be flameretardant E90/FE180 (functionality of 90 minutes and insulation integrity of 180 minutes). CABLING The whole installation of equipment and devices of the tunnel. Each electrical circuit shall be cabled by a separate cable. Cabling for lighting with HPS lamps (every 13. four conductor cables with a separated protective conductor shall be used. Principally all cables shall consist of one length. UJ    Page 79 of194 . except. In case of larger conductors. its service buildings and the Control Centre is designed as a five-conductor system (TN-S System).3. Connecting sleeves / joints are not allowed. 331 first edition 1970 for functional endurance over 90 minutes according to DIN 4102-12 and VDE 0100-710 and 0100-718. which enter the tunnel’s open space.33 over 180 minutes and IEC Public.  alarms     adjustment and operation shall be possible by using control elements situated on the front side of the unit one sensor circuit for 2-or 3-wire-sensor measuring range shall be determined in accordance with the employer two floating contacts suitable for DIN-rail-mounting or screw fastening on a mounting plate (Auxiliary)Supply Voltage: 24V DC degree of protection: at least IP 20 Mode of operation: At first a warning and later a switching off (alarm) shall be caused at too high winding temperature. shall be Low Smoke Zero Halide cables (LSZH). The cables fulfill the conditions of tests / verifications for insulation integrity according to DIN VDE 0472-814 / 8. The cables. Other ones (e. 2.g. If the conductors are larger than 150 mm2. single conductors shall be laid. the connection points are allowed by the employer. The protective conductors shall be incorporated in power cables up to a dimension of 5x16 mm2 within a common cover. PVC etc.14.

Current-carrying metal shall be recessed or protected to avoid accidental contact. Cable outlets of distributor cabinets at the maintenance niches shall be realized with screw joints and a protection of IP54.      Standard control cables comprising: Copper conductor with a diameter of 0.shall generally be realized with glands with all wires. that voltage drop is not more than 4 % to the nominal voltage from the transformer to the most distant supplied electrical facility.8 mm and an insulating covering of PE. All equipment and junction boxes shall have a separate terminal for each wire (including spare wires).except switchgears with a degree of protection IP 40 or lower . outer cable sheet of flame resistant. spiral-fourquad stranded. red. insulating covering of flame resistant. core assembly cover of plastic. Cable entries into all housings and distribution cabinets . Cables shall be brought to the site on cable reels or cable drums and shall be secured with close-fitting battens. tin coated. outer cable sheet of PE. to relieve all terminals from the weight of the cables and also prevent the access of vermin. if there is a short circuit at the furthest point to the circuit breaker. zero halide network polymer mixture. Terminals shall be coded and identified according to the belonging one-line diagrams and the cable markings to assist in correct joining of all connections. flame protective tape over all conductors. Low smoke zero halide and functional integrity (E90/FE180) cables: These cables shall comprise copper conductor. Wherever fault current protection is used. The cables shall also have such diameters that. zero halide network polymer mixture. a spacing of approx. 2. Cables with kinks or abrasions will not be accepted for installation. All cable lengths stated in the design are only approximately values. made by specialist manufactures and having current ratings not lower than that of the cables which they shall pick-up.5 mm shall be provided between terminals of different fault current circuits. neatly arranged and securely located. aluminium sheet. the circuit breaker cuts off efficiently without exceeding the cable’s rated temperature rise. using non-tracking moulded insulation. Furthermore each cable shall be marked accordingly in every draw-pit and at every opening. spiral-four-quads in concentric layers. The cable terminals shall be of anti-vibration type. Where terminals are used for control and alarm cables additional spacing and installation facilities for the installation of additional terminals shall be provided. due to maintenance reasons and additional cabling works. For energy cables the cable dimensioning shall be in accordance with the relevant standards and (if the area of cross section is not indicated) shall have a diameter assuring. so the contractor shall UJ    Page 80 of194 . stranded.

Cables shall be sealed by means of an approved plastic cap embracing the armour wires and outer sheath. care shall be taken to ensure that they are above that temperature before they are removed from the drum. transportation and installation of the cables shall be provided by the contractor at his own expense. No cables shall be removed from the drum or installed unless the ambient temperature is above 0° C and the temperature of the cable is above 5° C and have been so for the previous 24 hours. the apparatus and equipment must not be removed from the site without the authorization of the engineer. So the bending radius of the cables shall be kept as large as possible. No other joints shall be permitted unless they are specifically called for in this specification or at the drawings. whether horizontal or vertical. Wherever a cable is cut. All cables shall be installed generally along the routes and in the manner indicated on the drawings in accordance with the notes and instructions thereon.      be responsible for accurate measuring of the cable lengths needed at site before ordering respectively laying the cables. the engineer has to approve the position of each and every joint. Where cables have been designed to temperatures below 0° C. Sufficient and adequate apparatus and equipment necessary for the unloading. for whatever reason. All cables shall directly run from point to point without joints unless the needed cable length required is not obtainable in one piece from the cable manufacturers. In such a case. or worked with. The installation of the cables is only allowed in/at the required cable routes. UJ    Page 81 of194 . handling. the ends of both portions shall be immediately resealed. The contractor shall give complete information of all cables to the engineer for his approval. installed. the contractor shall take all reasonable precautions to protect the cables against damage arising from the execution of other works. Where a cable shall change direction. The contractor shall take all necessary precautions to prevent damage to cables during laying / installation. The contractor shall be fully responsible for the protection of the cables against damage while they are stored. Whenever cables are installed during other work at this site still being incomplete. No other form of temporary capping shall be accepted. the radius of the bend must not be less than the minimum bending radius specified in the IEE Wiring Regulations and / or the cable manufacturer’s specifications.

14.8 m from the top of the cable to the ground surface. The sand or selected soil required for back-filling shall be sifted through a mesh not larger than 5 mm. 0. 2. etc). warning tapes. warning tapes or synthetic catalogue item cable covers. Cables shall not be laid directly in the ground if any corrosive agent is found to be present. CABLE TRAYS In the cable trays along the tunnel.1.3. The FL-luminaries in this tunnel tube shall be fixed on the lower side of the cable tray. The sand or selected soil required for back-filling shall be supplied. taking into account all the justified requirements of the relevant power distribution company.17. All cables shall be laid on and be covered with salt-free sand or selected soil. CABLES IN GROUND All cables buried directly in the ground shall be laid at a depth of min. CONDUITS IN GROUND Outside the tunnel. Also the cabling from other equipment particularly shall run in the cable tray.3. delivered to the site. the whole cabling of the lighting system shall be laid. The cable conduits shall be planned and designed accurately. All cable covers shall bear the inscription "DANGER . according to the relevant standards. 2.15. but generally only from the nearest maintenance niche to the ultimate consumer. The trenches shall be the same as stated in paragraph “cables in ground” (with sand/soil cover.      2. placed in position and compacted by the contractor. UJ    Page 82 of194 . OVER-VOLTAGE PROTECTION The tunnel is situated in an area highly endangered by lightning.3. this shall be taken into account for the static calculation.ELECTRIC CABLES" in English language on their upper surface. suitable for burying. 2.16. All cables shall be protected by a continuous layer of pre-cast concrete elements.3. The conduits shall be of compression proof type. PVC conduits shall be embedded in sand for duct installation/wiring of the power and control cables to the outside equipment and to the service building (cables between buildings and the tunnel).

combined to one signal per network for service buildings. Signals and control states to be transmitted are: Tripping of any isolating circuit breaker. 2. In the over-voltage protection of the low voltage equipment.3. The surge arrestors for the communication cables shall be installed in the central connection element cabinet. MVSNiches and Maintenance Niches shall be protected against over-voltage.18. as well as electromagnetic fields caused by lightning shall be provided. remote lightning stroke. All metallic low voltage and communication cables entering the service buildings. Breakdown of the main power supply Power supply from the UPS Failure of the UPS Actual active power (kW) at the service buildings. COMMUNICATION WITH CONTROL CENTRE Following signals and control states shall be transmitted to the Control Rooms and the Centre by use of the telecontrol system (SCADA). all these signals and control states shall be based in/at the central connection element. These arrestors shall have an adjustable cut off characteristic of over-voltages. MVS-niches and maintenance niches (one signal for each distribution point and one for each network). For the low voltage distribution the surge arrestors shall be installed in each specific switch cabinet where cable outgoings are situated. indirect lightning stroke. These arrestors shall have a fix cut off characteristic of over-voltages. precautions against direct lightning stroke. MVS-niches Transformers secondary voltage Cumulative fuse tripping UJ    Page 83 of194 . Therefore. moulded circuit breaker or miniature automatic circuit breaker. the interruption/release devices shall be fuse protected.      Therefore.

accessories. UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY The UPS at the EN portal west shall provide 80 kVA of virtual power over a period of 120 minutes. The UPS at the Adit 00 shall provide 80 kVA of virtual power over a period of 120 minutes.2. SCOPE OF WORK The UPS shall include the delivering of material. The UPS sets shall be situated in the Adit 00 .3. materials. public address system.      3. The UPS at the Adit Vali-e-Asr shall provide 80 kVA of virtual power over a period of 120 minutes. The uninterruptible power supply in service buildings and the MVS-niches shall feed a part of the equipment of the following systems: All surveillance and control systems (CCTV-system. For the Niayesh Tunnel three UPS sets shall be installed. and all labour for the complete emergency power installation. The UPS at the Adit Golshar shall provide 80 kVA of virtual power over a period of 120 minutes. emergency telephone system. The UPS at the Adit Nonahalan shall provide 80 kVA of virtual power over a period of 120 UJ    Page 84 of194 . fire detection system. GENERAL This article covers the emergency power supply of all required equipment. feeders. EMERGENCY POWER SUPPLY   3. Adit Nonahalan and Adit Vali-e-Asr and they shall supply the whole tunnel in case of a breakdown of the overhead line.) Data transmission equipment Building lighting Emergency tunnel lighting 3. etc. commissioning. All data required by the Control Centre shall be based at the central connection element. tunnel radio. The UPS at the Adit 01 shall provide 80 kVA of virtual power over a period of 120 minutes.1. complete installation. tests and equipment of the following materials: 3.

In the event of a main power supply failure the equipment has to be fed from the battery and inverter system without any interruption.      minutes. The UPS at the EN 01 shall provide 80 kVA of virtual power over a period of 120 minutes. 50 Hz) and shall supply the connected equipment via rectifier. battery and inverter. UJ    Page 85 of194 . The UPS at the EN portal east shall provide 80 kVA of virtual power over a period of 120 minutes. The UPS has to be fed from the main power supply (400/230 V.

Batteries shall be of rugged design in order to provide a heavy-duty operation of at least 10 years with low internal resistance and minimal maintenance. Battery stands/racks: The batteries at the service buildings shall be mounted on steel racks to provide a compact arrangement.4. An electric ventilation and climate shall ventilate the battery room in the service building. louvers. Suitable size to provide a minimum voltage drop.      3. whereby the maximum output current shall be limited to 125 % of the nominal output current rating. The racks shall be made of steel with electro statically deposited powder coating.4. The coating shall be resistant against acid. All other required materials shall be highly resistant against environmental conditions as experienced in battery rooms. The battery capacity at the following stations shall ensure supplying the needed load for at least 120 minutes. The ventilation has to be realized with all required facilities like ducts.4. All wall ducts shall be closed and covered after the ventilation is installed. Allowed temperature range: + 10° to + 25° C Interconnection bus bars: The bus bars shall be made of copper according to the relevant standards. INVERTER BATTERY BANK Batteries: Maintenance-free NiCd (Nickel Cadmium) power batteries Voltage as required by the UPSsystem. PVC clad to provide protection against accidental contact. UJ    Page 86 of194 . with easy installation and access for servicing. 3. The complete air shall be changed a minimum of six times per hour. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 3. saline and highly resistant against scratching and/or impact.1. RECTIFIER / CHARGER UNIT This unit has to be equipped with output current limiting. installation of the fan with a switch beside the door.2. This current limit shall be adjustable from 100 % up to 125 %.

UJ    Page 87 of194 .1 % at power factor 1 from noload to full load. Quick charging equipment shall be capable of charging fully discharged batteries within six hours. Input: 400/230 VAC. 50 Hz +/. +/.2 % 3. The output filter shall minimize the ripple of the current in the batteries. A self-protecting current limiting circuit shall limit the inverter output to 125 % of the rated load or respectively in case of a short circuit. the surrounding temperature will not exceed + 25 °C.1 % within 100 ms.      Power semiconductors in the rectifier/charger unit(s) shall be fused with fast blowing fuses.3. 4 wire. so that a loss of any one-phase semiconductor shall not cause cascading failure. 50 Hz +/. Under normal conditions the ripple of the current in the battery shall exceed 3 % RMS. Recovery to a maximum deviation of +/. Each fuse shall be controlled by a fuse monitoring circuit leading to an indicator light on the UPS’s control panel as well as to a common fault indication.5 % during power failure . Total harmonic Distortion: 3 % maximum The rectifier shall be able to operate 10 minutes at 125 % overload at power factor 1 after the working temperature has been stabilized at the nominal workload. The UPS shall have the capability of operating the inverter directly from the rectifier with the batteries being disconnected. Maximum of total harmonic distortion: +/. Output: 400/230 V sinusoidal AC.10 % during major load change. 3-phase. INVERTER UNIT Input: Output from the rectifier/charger unit (batteries).3 % within 50 ms and to +/.4.1 % at power factor 1 from no-load operation to full load. Under normal conditions. The filter shall be adequate to ensure that the DC output of each rectifier/charger shall meet the input requirements of the inverter. Maximum dynamic Voltage deviation: +/.

DC CIRCUIT BREAKER The UPS shall contain a DC circuit breaker. which isn’t larger than 3 % RMS of the output. the inverter shall be synchronised by the main supply. Protective devices shall avoid any damage or failure on the UPS caused by excessive overload. the battery shall be completely disconnected from the rectifier/charger and the inverter. short circuits.1 Hz. During normal operation.      Constant synchronisation of the oscillator shall define the converter frequency and its stability during stand-alone operation.4.4. 3. The static switch detection and transfer time shall not exceed 5 ms. PROTECTIVE DEVICES AND FILTER CIRCUITS A DC (direct current) smoothing equipment shall enable the system to achieve a total harmonic distortion. If open. Each fuse shall be controlled by fuse monitoring circuit leading to an indicator light on the UPS’s control panel as well as to a common fault indication. resynchronisation shall be started automatically. 3. In case of mains failure or frequency-deviation larger than +2 % / -1 %.7.4. SYSTEM BYPASS SWITCH The UPS system shall be by-passed automatically in case of overload. medium voltages caused by lightning activity and/or other conditions. Resynchronisation at full load and/or full voltage shall be achieved within 30 seconds. STATIC TRANSFER SWITCH The static transfer switch shall be equipped with a manual selector switch to allow manually controlled switching between the UPS and the bypass source for maintenance and service purposes.4.4. The static transfer switch shall be rated higher (power.5. respectively current) than the UJ    Page 88 of194 . The deviation from 50 Hz shall never exceed +/. The power semiconductors of the inverter shall be fused with fast blowing fuses to prevent cascading failures. Upon return of main supply. the inverter shall automatically switch-over to its interior oscillator. 3.6. 3.

4. Warning notices concerning the handling of the whole UPS system in English language. the circuit breaker cuts off without the cable exceeding its rated temperature. The travel time must not exceed 12 hours.10. the "Mean-Time-To-Repair“ (MTTR) of the emergency power supply shall not exceed 24 hours for the UPS. Control interlocks shall be provided in order to prevent the inverter from being manually switched back to the essential bus (main power) without synchronisation. if there is a short circuit at the furthest point to the circuit breaker.4.      inverter current limiting rate and shall have a short circuit current and time rating equivalent to the fault level of the bypass source at the static transfer switch. AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT Emergency flash light with battery charger installed in the battery room. CABLING Cable dimensioning shall be in accordance to the relevant standards and shall have a diameter that the voltage drop is not more than 4 % to the nominal voltage from the transformer to the furthest supplied electrical facility.8. inverter unit and static switch etc. All facilities required for handling of acids and gasses. Working instructions for UPS Warning notices and working instructions shall be in two separate and properly indicated pockets on the inside of the UPS switchboard as well inside the battery room.. 3. excluding travel time. Also the cables shall have such a diameter that. 3.4. shall be more than 80000 hours. UJ    Page 89 of194 . 3. MAINTENANCE The emergency power supply shall be designed for continuous reliable operation such that the "Mean-Time-Between-Failures" (MTBF) for individual modules of the UPS through the rectifier/charger unit. required to diagnose the fault and restore the emergency power supply to normal working condition by means of modular replacement at the tunnel site. The MTTR shall be the time.9. To ensure a minimum down-time.

5.  100% rated.   3. 50 Hz) and shall supply the complete connected tunnel equipment. Technical spezifications Power  800 kW. 3‐ phase sensing  Reactive droop  Bus bar (IEC mechanical lug holes)  Top cable entry  Circuit breakers.5. Generator Set The Generator Sets have to be fed the medium voltage system at east portal (20 kV.2 (see draft NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-E/M-855 and NIAY-DD-SE00-DWG-E/M-858) the medium power system of Niayesh Tunnel. electrically operated  ADEM A4  Local control unit with ProfiBus connection  User Interface Panel (UIP) rear mount  AC & DC customer wiring area  Emergency stop pushbutton    Page 90 of194 Air Inlet  Cooling  Exhaust  Fuel  SR5 Generator  Power Termination  Governor  Control Panels  UJ  . 3 or 4 pole with shunt trip. IEC compliant.      3.1 and eps-trans.1. 1000 kVA  50 Hz  1500 rpm  415 Volts  Single element canister type air cleaner  Service indicator  Radiator with guard  Coolant drain line with valve  Fan and belt guards  Coolant level sensors  Jacket water heater  Dry exhaust manifold  Flanged faced outlets  Stainless steel exhaust flex fittings  Primary fuel filter with water separator  Secondary fuel filter  Fuel priming pump  Flexible fuel lines  Fuel cooler   Class H insulation  Digital Voltage Regulator (DVR) with kVAR/PF control. In the event of a main power supply failure the generator sets have to start up and fed from the coupled transformer system eps-trans.

2.    UJ    Page 91 of194 . Cabling Cable dimensioning shall be in accordance to the relevant standards and shall have a diameter that the voltage drop is not more than 4 % to the nominal voltage from the transformer to the furthest supplied electrical facility. the circuit breaker cuts off without the cable exceeding its rated temperature.5. if there is a short circuit at the furthest point to the circuit breaker. Also the cables shall have such a diameter that.  Lube    Lubricating oil and filter  Oil drain line with valves  Fumes disposal  Gear type lube oil pump  Rails – engine / generator / radiator mounting  Rubber anti‐vibration mounts  24 volt starting motors(s)  Batteries with rack and cables  Battery disconnect     Mounting  Starting / Charging    3.

3. masts. MVS-Niches.. GENERAL For protecting the electrical equipment. at therefore provided earthing flags (civil work). an earthing. .2. The whole installation shall be efficiently bounded. Electrical panels in substations as well as all conducting equipment inside the tunnel shall be connected with earth. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION The whole installation shall be grounded efficiently. earthing flags are led out. which shall be prepared by civil work inside the foundation along the whole tunnel.) All metal constructions (cable tray. Maintenance Niches. The potential equalization bus bars have to be permanently connected to the earthing.) 4.. for bounding them with the potential equalizations. according to the relevant Iranian standards shall be erected. etc. The two earthing conductors will be connected each 250 m at the maintenance niches. Inside buildings. The earthing of the service buildings will be designed by others and shall be also prepared by civil work.1. because the earthing conductors have to be laid in the foundations. Part of this article is the construction of the whole potential equalization of the tunnel. 4. which is less than 1 Ohm of its main protective ground system and less than 10 Ohm for all the lightning protection system. Therefore 4 x 40 mm galvanized-iron earthing conductors are situated on both sides of the tunnel tube. The earthing and potential equalization for service buildings will be erected by others. Control Centers. At several points in the tunnel. that means the resistance from the ground to any point does not exceed the value specified by the operative codes of practice. Therefore all earthings and potential equalizations have to be connected together. At these connections an electrochemical   Page 92 of194 UJ  . A separation of earthing and potential equalization is not possible. SCOPE OF WORK Tunnel (including MVS-Niches. access tunnel and -shaft. MVS-niches and maintenance niches earthing flags are provided. MVSNiches and Maintenance Niches (not for service buildings).      4. The earthing is already erected on-site. EARTHING AND POTENTIAL EQUALIZATION   4.

all effects of stray current and else due to faults in adjacent circuits. although they are not current-carrying. All necessary suppression chokes / filters shall be included and shall be capable of withstanding fault conditions. Therefore galvanized steel cable. material no. MVS-niches and Maintenance Niches potential equalization bus bars shall be erected.4401 = “AISI 316”) The bus bars shall be insulated. UJ    Page 93 of194 . All metal constructions. distributors and others. The connections of grounding and bonding shall be stud. All cable shields shall be bonded together and connected to the ground electrode. to avoid an electrochemical reaction.      reaction must be avoided.4401 according to DIN EN 10088 (American notation for material no. 1. which may cause damage or incorrect performance of the equipment. with a cross section of 1 x 90mm2 shall be used. ventilation ducts. 1. The fire main shall be connected with the grounding system each 250 m. This one is used as main-potential equalization and it shall be connected to the potential equalization bus bars. for example cable trays. a potential equalization conductor is laid.): Stainless Steel. shall be included to the potential equalization. These requirements shall apply irrespective of the operating voltage and purpose of the equipment. In the cable duct beneath the walkway path. The design of the system shall include protection against lightning. The connection in the main tunnel tube to the main potential equalization shall be made with a two-metal-conductor. Potential Equalization Bus Bar: In Control Centre. All equipment placed outside the tunnel (emergency call stations and masts at the portals) also has to be included to the equalization. The materials of the bus bars are: Tunnel (including Accesses.or clamp-type. Particular attention shall be paid on the correct bonding and grounding of single core cable shields. maintenance niches. MVS-and Maintenance Niche. etc.

causes a chemical reaction. tunnel wash water). To avoid these reactions.g. precautions have to take place! Before the contractor connects the potential equalization to the earthing. affects by electrolytes (e. UJ    Page 94 of194 .      Electrochemical Reaction: A connection of two different metals. he shall measure the resistance of the earthing.

GENERAL The article covers the complete tunnel lighting for the Niayesh tunnel.1.4401 = “AISI 316”. The housing of the HPS lamps shall be stainless steel. complete installation. TUNNEL LIGHTING Regular lighting inside the tunnel for service and maintenance works shall be provided. every 13.2. VALUES AND DEFINITIONS 5. all required equipment.      5. The HPS luminaries shall withstand temperatures of 250° C for a period of minimum 60 UJ    Page 95 of194 .g. fire alarm) the light shall switch on automatically. Therefore HPS (high pressure sodium) lamps with 1x150 Watt shall be installed approx. The tunnel lighting is partitioned in individual sections. SCOPE OF WORK The tunnel lighting shall include the delivering of material.3. 1. TUNNEL LIGHTING   5.1. consisting of tunnel lighting and emergency lighting including control. During abnormal conditions (e. material no. tests and equipment of the following materials: Tunnel lighting Emergency lighting Escape route signing Lamps Control units 5. materials and accessories. 5. The HPS lamps shall be in operation all the time. commissioning.5 meters at the ceiling lamps in the height of 5. the other by UPS. The cabling for the HPS Lamp shall be fire resistant (E90/FE180).3. Each second luminaire shall be supplied by standard power.75 m and in the truck turning niches.

The escape route indication shall consist of two parts. the upper part is a static sign which is illuminated by an fluorescent lamp and shows an escaping person. 5.3. when the pattern “one” will be activated. This control unit shall be placed in the Service Building South. they can vary depending on the manufacturer. The cable trays shall be mounted on the wall next to the walkway path. the escape route orientation signs shall be mounted in a distance of 25 meters on both sides throughout the tunnel at a height (lower edge) of one meter above the walkable path respectively the rail track.3. During that time the luminaries shall be in full operation. Emergency lighting allows safe walking on the walkway and motorable path throughout the tunnel in case of evacuation. EMERGENCY TUNNEL LIGHTING The emergency lighting allows lighting while the main power supply has broken down. UJ    Page 96 of194 .: 150 x 400 x 80 mm (h x w x d) The dimensions are approx. The escape route orientation signs also shall have the function of indicating both directions simultaneous. the distributed I/O Unit in the service building shall transmit the data to the escape route orientation sign control unit (EROSCU). 5. etc. ESCAPE ROUTE ORIENTATION SIGN (FIRE EMERGENCY LUMINARIES) The escape route indication is giving escape route orientation with signs which are installed throughout the tunnel and shall increase the level of visibility of the escape route during fire.2. The pattern “two” indicates the direction “left”. The control of the escape route orientation signs shall be realized by a main control unit. For example. The cables for the lighting shall be laid in cable trays.3.g.: 400 x 400 x 80 mm (h x w x d) Dimensions (h x w of the LED symbol). fire alarm) the lights shall switch on automatically. approx. Dimensions (h x w of the static symbol). Therefore each second lamp of the Tunnel lighting system shall be supplied from UPS power.      minutes. During abnormal conditions (e. values. Every escape route orientation sign shall be adjusted separately with determined patterns. Therefore. which shall switch on the signs with the correct direction. The lower part of the sign shows flashing LED arrows which shall display the direction (north or south) of the escape route by flashing. In emergency case. all signs will be switched on and the LED symbols shall display the direction “right”. approx.

5. In case of fire. ILLUMINATED SIGNS The illuminated signs (escape route orientation-. The luminaires support shall consist of stainless steel material No.4401. 1.4. emergency. all luminaires shall be symmetrically fed by all three phases. Housing: stainless stell Degree of protection: IP 66 Housings shall consist of dust painted stainless steel. Housing material: Stainless steel (material No. so the optics can be easily exchanged without any need of tools. the luminaires have to operate at a temperature of 250 °C for a period of 60 minutes. The luminaries shall have a plug connection between the optics (with the lamp holder/socket) and the pre-connection devices. This is important for maintenance purposes. thickness 2 mm. material no. The data connection from the EROSCU to the signs shall be realized by OFC (optical fibre cabling).4.4. Degree of protection: IP 65 Support: Stainless steel (material No. The latches shall be designed in such a way that the glass remains hanging on the latch after opening of the luminaire and cannot fall down. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 5. 1. HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM LAMP 150 W Generally.4401 = “AISI 316”). The fixing device shall be removable without any tools.      The contractor shall define the programs of the signs in accordance with the employer (when which directions are shown).4401 according to DIN EN 10088 and shall be resistant against all environmental conditions which appear in road tunnels. with powder coating.1.3.and escape route sign) shall be illuminated with fluorescent lamps. The swing-out bezel shall be fixed with hinges made of stainless steel. The cable entrances shall be made with compressing cable glands suitable for the supplying cables. The support shall be consisting of four C-formed angles of appropriate length and has to be UJ    Page 97 of194 . 4401) 5. 1. 1.

4. All screws.4. that the luminaire cannot fall down. FLUORESCENCE LAMP (ASYM.      adjustable in height. The luminaires shall be mounted on the luminaires support in such a way. Degree of protection: IP 65 Protection class: II Luminaire: 1/36 W fluorescent lamp Lighting distribution curve: asymmetrical 5. that the luminaires can be aligned in every direction. The luminaires shall also be fixed in such a way. The signs shall fulfil following conditions: Degree of protection: Protection class: Static symbol: Dimensions: Front sheeting: min. ESCAPE ROUTE ORIENTATION SIGN The signs shall fulfil following conditions: Degree of protection: Protection class: Static symbol: Dimensions: -Dynamic symbol: min.4. IP65 II 1/36 W compact fluorescent lamp approx.2..470mm x 470mm on both side(s) 3 mm Acryl glass with common sign of emergency route. ESCAPE ROUTE SIGN These signs indicate the fugitives the escape route into the access tunnel and access shaft. lock nut or similar. plugs and cover plates shall be of stainless steel material No. 5.4401 according to DIN EN 10088. Those signs shall be mounted in the main tunnel tube at the accesses. nuts. pins.3.4. The (screw) nut shall have a split-pin. The luminaires support shall be mounted on the final lining with drilled plugs. IP 65 II LED LED with minimum 5 arrows for each direction 5.) 36 W The fluorescence luminaries shall fulfill following conditions. dimensions and colours according to Iranian standards   Page 98 of194 UJ  . 1.

There the cable with the big cross section shall be connected to the cable. dimensions and colours according to Iranian standards. The current ratings of the used terminals shall not be lower than the current rating of the cables connected. The signs shall fulfil following conditions: -Degree of protection: -Protection class: -Static symbol: -Dimensions: -Front sheeting: min. it’s possible that the cross section of the supplying cable for the first lamp/luminaire of the concerned section is too big for the luminaries’ cable entry (bigger than 5x6 mm2). next to cable tray.. Additionally it shall be controlled by switches at the Maintenance Niches and MVS-Niches which shall be mounted on the distribution cabinet.5. cable cross section 5x6 mm²). CABLING Due to the voltage drop. The cable boxes shall be equipped with compressing synthetic cable glands suitable for the connected cables. 5.4. UJ    Page 99 of194 . These cable boxes shall be mounted on the tunnel wall. Live metal shall be recessed or protected to avoid accidental contact. EMERGENCY SIGN This sign indicates the people the situation of an emergency telephone. LIGHTING CONTROL Tunnel lighting shall be controlled from the control units at the MVS-Niches and service buildings and further from the Control Centre. or next to the HPS-lightings (at first luminaire of each cabling section). IP65 II 1/36 W compact fluorescent lamp approx. which shall be connected between the luminaries (max. The design and the dimension of the cables refer to the DIN.470mm x 470mm on both side(s) 3 mm Acryl glass with emergency telephone symbol.      5. Those signs shall be mounted above the maintenance niches and cabinets.4.6. 5.4. In this case cable boxes shall be used.7.

To remedy. tunnel washing water) may cause secondary element process. 6. All constructions shall be adapted to the local requirements. TUNNEL FITTINGS   6. including all required equipment. The static and dynamic load shall be dimensioned according to these requirements. All metallic fittings have to be connected to the potential equalization. The mentioned “lower edges” refers to the absolute height of ±0. may be used. materials and accessories. so that they will not be damaged anyway.1. A connection of two different metals or metals influenced by electrolyte (e. Before ordering and installing the tunnel fittings. GENERAL This article covers the whole equipment of the tunnel fittings in the tunnel and service buildings.00m in the cross section.2. The fixations of the fittings shall be protected against unintentional loosing.      6. the contractor must proof the real dimensions of tunnel fittings on-site! The installation of all tunnel fittings has to happen with a special attention on fittings.g. bimetallic-clamps etc. SCOPE OF WORK Cable Ducts Cable Pits Conduits Cable Tray Maintenance Niches Cable Ladder Fire Barrier Wall Drillings Substructures Accessory for Air Lock Doors UJ    Page 100 of194 .

Near to the jet fans in tunnel tube also cable pits with same size as the others shall be situated. material no. CABLE DUCTS. In front of every maintenance niche. About 3. INSIDE TUNNEL The main cabling shall be done in the cable ducts underneath the walkway.3. behind the air-lock one part of the cabling shall be led into a cable tray mounted on the ceiling. Cable clips shall be made of stainless steel. A cable duct leads to this distributor. 4571. as well as in the access-tunnel and –shaft (in and behind the air-lock) shall be situated cable pits with the same size as the cable pits already mentioned. 1. which is not part of this specification. The size of the pits in front of the MVS-Niches shall be 1500 mm x 1200 mm Additionally in front. At the cable pits in the access-tunnel and –shaft. The cable ducts. From these cable pits the cabling for the ventilation shall be led out and directly fixed to the tunnel wall.3. The size of these pits shall be also about 1000 mm x 650 mm. The size of the pits in front of the MVS-Niches shall be 1500 mm x 1200 mm. for the medium voltage with 4 conduits and a diameter of 160mm.1. CABLE PITS AND CONDUITS Cable pulling pits are required to provide an easy pulling and to distribute the cabling. a pulling pit for the low voltage cable duct shall be situated. There are two different ducts for the different voltage levels. The regular size of these pits is about 1000 mm x 650 mm. the low voltage and control cabling is laid. In this cable duct. This cable tray is mounted on the tunnel wall next to the motorable path under the walkway The fire main.3. with a lower edge of about 3. Only cables with the same voltage shall be laid in one conduit.0 m over the carriageway. In the tunnel tube the pulling pits of the medium voltage cabling shall be situated in a span of about 250 m (that means next to every maintenance and MVS niche). The pulling pits from the low voltage and control cabling inside the tunnel tube shall situated in a span of about 125 m. One. the second one contains 20 conduits with a diameter of 90mm.5 m next to the maintenance niches a pulling pit for the medium voltage cable duct shall be situated.1. The whole cabling of the lighting shall be laid in the cable tray. The second part of the cabling (mainly cabling of ventilation) shall be led to the distributor. Optical fibers shall be blown into cable conduits for optical fibers.1. In the access tunnel. the cabling shall be raised on the wall. shall be installed underneath the cable tray.      6. UJ    Page 101 of194 . cable pits and conduits will be provided by civil work! 6. situated in the middle of the access tunnel. with the help of C-section rails. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 6.

Asr – tunnel tube The 20 kV cables shall be laid inside conduits DN 160 (diameter = 160 mm). The sand or selected soil required for back filling shall be supplied.3. Cables shall not be laid directly on the ground if any corrosive agent is found to be present. each single line cable has to be laid in an own conduit. there are cables with different voltages (medium / low voltage and control cabling) laid in separated conduits. the communication and low voltage cables shall be also laid in conduits. For cables outside the tunnel is valid. delivered to the site.1. OUTSIDE THE TUNNEL In front of the tunnel portals. will run: Service building Adit 00 – tunnel tube Service building Adit Nonahalan – tunnel tube Service building Adit Vali – e . that all cables buried directly in the ground shall be laid at a depth of minimum 0. For the connection between the Control Centre and the Service Building South. warning tapes or purpose made synthetic catalogue item covers. All cables shall be laid on salt-free sand or selected soil and be covered with salt-free sand or selected soil. All in all 4 conduits DN 160 and 20 conduits DN 90 shall be installed in ground between the service buildings and the tunnel. and placed in position and compacted by the contractor.2. cable pits shall be situated. The ducts underneath the walkway in the tunnel are leading into these cable pits. Cable conduits shall be led from the cable pits to the service buildings. Moreover. some spare conduits for cables and optical fibers shall be laid. UJ    Page 102 of194 . 5 conduits DN 90 shall be laid.      6.8m from the top of the cable to the ground surface. All cable covers shall bear on both sides the inscription “DANGER – ELECTRIC CABLES” in English language. Optical fibers shall be blown into cable conduits for optical fibers. Like in the tunnel. The cable routs outside the tunnel. All cables shall be protected by a continuous layer of pre-cast concrete elements.

material no. So only UJ    Page 103 of194 . MAINTENANCE NICHE 6. stoning. Situation: Main Tunnel Tube (“Maintenance Niche”): consist of: (as shown in drawing No. The whole maintenance niche shall be highly resistant against mechanical stress e. The door panel of the “Power Distribution” includes a switch for this part of the tunnel lighting which shall be supplied from the respective maintenance niche. The pedestal is necessary.8m. The material of the pedestal shall be the same as the maintenance niche itself.3. Plug Sockets. Emergency and Control Equipment 1. 1. The height of it shall be 100 mm. except the one for the extinguishers.3.0 m Cabinet for Power Distribution 2. to provide a professional cable inlet from the cable conduits. Even the cable in.2.0 m Width: Each cabinet has a width of 0. transient pressure and all other tunnel-environmental (tunnel atmosphere) conditions. Therefore a protection of IP 54 is required for the whole maintenance niche. The cabinets shall be made of stainless steel.2. NIAY-DDSE00-DWG-EM-811-0) Fire Extinguisher Cabinet and Plug Sockets Emergency Cabinet and Control Equipment Power Distribution Main Tunnel Tube (“Maintenance Cabinet”): consist of: (as shown in drawing No.g.4401. All cabinets of the maintenance niche.and outlets shall be IP 54 trough screw joints. GENERAL The maintenance niches shall be situated normally every 260 m at the walkable path side. shall be locked. NIAY-DD-SE03-DWG-EM-801-0) Fire Extinguisher Cabinet and Plug Sockets Emergency Cabinet and Control Equipment Access Tunnel (“Maintenance Cabinet”): consist of: (as shown in drawing No.      6. which lay in the concrete to the maintenance niche. NIAY-DDSE00-DWG-EM-813) All cabinets of the maintenance niche shall be fixed on a pedestal. Inside of the pedestal shall be only the cabling.1. Dimensions of the front panels are: Height: Cabinet for Fire Extinguisher.

3. rescue maintenance Control equipment Power distribution 6. The contractor has to mention. No alarm of the emergency cabinet may reach the tunnel control system.   Page 104 of194 .tunnel and –shaft shall be equipped as the ones in the main tunnel tube. SCOPE OF WORK Each maintenance niche shall consist of 5 separated cabinets.2. A pictogram on the front panel of the cabinet shall indicate that fire extinguishers are inside the cabin. In each of these cabinets two powder fire extinguishers (9 kg) shall be situated. 1. keyswitch and removal sensors shall be integrated.2. The lamp shall be immediately and automatically switched on.     All specifications for distribution cabinets required in the appropriate section shall be valid in this article. that the sensor of the extinguishers may not be activated. If the keyswitch is in maintenance position. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 6.3. material no.1.4401.  authorized persons can open them. the key must not be removable. The pictogram shall bear the common symbol for fire extinguishers. which shall be connected to the fire alarm. The opening of this cabinet shall be visualized at the Control Centre and service buildings via door detection. 6.3. too.3.2. During maintenance the keyswitch shall be positioned in that way. A fluorescence lamp (18W) shall light continuously the inside of the fire extinguisher cabinet. In the cabinet also a key switch shall be installed. The used material shall be stainless steel.2. The depth is about 600 mm. The fire extinguisher cabinets in the access. FIRE EXTINGUISHER CABINET UJ  The fire extinguishers cabinet’s size is about 800 x 1000 mm (width x height). if a fire extinguisher is removed. that the cabinet does not interfere the escape route in the accesses. These are for: Fire extinguishers Emergency call equipment Plug sockets. IP 54. if the door of the cabin is opened. Every extinguisher shall be supervised by a removal sensor. This means.3. The fire extinguisher cabinet shall be opened by means of a door handle. a fluorescence lamp.

UJ    Page 105 of194 . 1. that the cabinet does not interfere the escape route in the accesses. The used material shall be stainless steel. CONTROL EQUIPMENT CABINET The cabin of the control equipment its size shall be about 800 x 1000 mm (width x height). In front of each tunnel portal. and same size as in tunnel tube. Here it is acceptable to use housing made of galvanized steel. also an emergency call cabinet is necessary. so only authorized personnel may open the cabinet. 6. material no. but must be lockable. 6.3. IP54. IP 54.4401. The push button for “FIRE” also shall be included in the door of this cabinet. also a fire extinguisher cabinet is necessary. IP 54. The emergency call cabinet has to be opened by means of a typical door handle for cabinets. The contractor has to mention.3. a loudspeaker and a press button.4401. The depth shall be about 600 mm. For indicating the emergency call cabinet. At the tunnel portal the separation of the fire extinguisher cabinet shall be situated beneath the cabin of the emergency call.2.2. Inside the emergency call cabin the housing of the emergency call system shall be mounted. directed to the walkable path. Here it is acceptable to use housing made of galvanized steel. The exact location of the cabinets at the tunnel portal shall be defined by the contractor with full agreement of the employer. The used material shall be stainless steel. This cabinet of the maintenance niche needs the fire protection class T 90. IP54. 1. EMERGENCY CALL CABINET The emergency call device cabinet’s size shall be about 800 x 1000 mm (width x height). and same size as in tunnel tube. to protect the control equipment inside. It shall consist of a microphone. an illuminated emergency call sign shall be mounted. In the front panel a hands-free speaking system shall be included.2.3.3.      In front of each tunnel portal. The exact location of the cabinets at the tunnel portals shall be defined by the contractor with full agreement of the employer.3. At the tunnel portal the separation of the emergency call cabinet shall be situated above the cabin of the fire extinguishers. material no. The depth shall be about 600 mm. above it.

1. so only authorized personnel may open the cabinet. If the space of such a cabin is not enough. to reach the best illumination of the motorable pathway. 1. Depending on the used cable tray. In those areas. The fixing arrangement also shall consist of stainless steel. CABLE TRAYS The cable tray in the main tunnel tube is mainly used to carry the cabling of the tunnel lighting (fluorescence. which shall be necessary for this part shall be situated in the cabinet of the control equipment. The substructure shall have a L-profile and shall be made of one piece. it is not necessary to use larger substructures than the cable tray itself. it may be possible to use also a part of the emergency call cabin. But lower edge of lighting shall be at 3.4401. Generally a cable tray with the width of 100 mm is used. The cable tray shall be mounted on the tunnel ceiling. and so on. The control equipment cabinet shall be opened by means of a typical door handle for cabinets. If necessary.3. For a cable tray with width 200 mm a substructure with an arm-length of 300 mm required. but must be lockable. These expansion joints shall be included in the price of cable tray. substructures shall be needed. with a width according to the demand (regularly 100mm. All controlling stuff. As in the main UJ    Page 106 of194 . where the cable tray hangs down from the ceiling. material no. The cable trays shall consist of U-section sheets made of stainless steel.      One part of the maintenance niche is the control cabin.4571.50 m. The height of lower edge is about 5. material no. 6.5 m). material no. For fixing the cable tray on the tunnel wall. 1. the construction shall be a little bit angled.4401. For cable trays. The definitely height of lower edge of lamps depends on size of used lamps. The fastening bolts for mounting the substructure on the tunnel wall also shall be made of stainless steel. but partially also cable tray with width of 200 mm may be required). expansion joints shall be required. In Adit-tunnel also a cable tray for carrying the cabling shall be necessary. a substructure with an arm-length of 200 mm is needed.and HPS-lighting). In the area of MVS-niche it is not necessary to fix fluorescence lights at the cable tray.3. The lamps shall be situated directly before and behind the niches at a height of 3. If it is possible. Each maintenance niche supplies a separate part of the tunnel tube. For most of the controlling systems a pivot frame for 19” installations is required. which shall be fixed sideways. also cabling of electrical equipment shall be laid in the cable tray.5 m lower edge.

The cabling for the ventilation also lies in this tray. That means. at connections to outside of the tunnel and in the service buildings. Because the access-tunnel shall be coated by shotcrete. The cabling in the tunnel tube to the ultimate consumer. runs in conduits under the walk in path. the material of the cable tray shall be made of stainless steel. The material of the cable clips in the tunnel tube shall be metal.) shall be mounted on tunnel walls. one for the low voltage and control cabling including conduits with a diameter of 90 mm.6. CABLE LADDER The cable ladders are required to overcome the distance for the cable tray in the sections of MVS-niches and access-tunnel in the main tunnel tube. The cable clips shall be mounted in a reasonable span. 1.4571.4.3.      tunnel.and MVS-niche. 6.3. The contractor has to guarantee.3. The irregularities shall be corrected with different heights of the substructure. the fluorescence luminaries shall be fixed on the lower edge of cable tray. At the MVS-Niches the cable ladders are necessary. because the tunnel wall in these sections is interrupted. The main cabling which runs along the tunnel tube. 6. etc. The conduits shall be provided by civil work. cable duct. The conduits therefore have a diameter of 160 mm.7m lower edge. Cables for 400/230 V power supply and control equipment shall be installed in conduits with a spare capacity of minimum 20 %. FIRE BARRIER (FIREWALL) A firewall is required for all cable bushings. In the access-tunnel and –shaft also cable ladders are required to lead the cabling from the cable pits to the tunnel wall or ceilings. UJ    Page 107 of194 . The second one is intended for medium voltage cabling. that the cable tray shall be laid in one level. CONDUITS Cable conduits shall consist of PVC and shall be laid in accordance with the relevant standards. material no. Above the recesses it is possible to lead the cables in cable trays again. There are to ducts. stainless steel. Therefore the cables shall be laid in cable ladders directly before and after the recesses of tunnel.5. irregularities on the ceiling shall be expected. The conduits shall be laid by civil work. 6. The substructure shall be hanging down from the ceiling in the middle of the access-tunnel. Special attention shall be given at cable bushings in the maintenance. which may not lay in any kind of predefined cable tray systems (cable trays. As in the tunnel tube. here it is not possible to fix the cable tray in a height of about 3.

If any damages are caused by the wall drillings. to record any damages. the contractor shall eliminate the damages on his own costs. which remains after the construction works shall be carried away by the contractor. The surface of clay granules shall be leveled. FOR PANELS The substructures for the panels shall be made of the same material as the substructure for UJ    Page 108 of194 .3. moisture. Before establishing wall drillings. The wall drillings shall have clean edges. Further on. it is absolutely necessary to erect the wall drillings in accordance with the employer and the construction company. vermin and moisture. etc.8. WALL DRILLINGS If any wall drillings are required.8. 6. Fire Barrier Cushion: For any places. 6. where moisture is expected Fire Barrier Clay Granules: All cable pulling pits shall be covered inside the pulling pits to lower edge of pulling pit cover with clay granules. The function of the fire barrier system has to be proofed by an accredited inspecting authority..1. They also shall be resistant against the tunnel atmosphere (temperature. Size of granules shall be approx. The certificate has to be handed out to the employer. The fire resistance rating shall be 90 minutes (S90) as determined in DIN4102-12.).7. The material. Fire barriers must not be affected by water.      The fire barrier device shall be resistant against rodents.3. 8 – 10 mm. asbestos and phenol. The contractor has to bear all the costs. Soft Fire Barrier: Is necessary anywhere moisture is not expected. Especially the endings of the cable ducts shall be protected against fire in the tunnel (cable pit). the materials of fire barriers shall be free of halogen.3. which have already happen. an inventory shall take place. All necessary equipment for creating wall drillings shall to be calculated in the prices. SUBSTRUCTURES 6.

8. Further on shall those substructures be adjustable in length and also an individual angle shall be adjusted. Further on every substructure shall consist of height-adjustable columns. The screens shall be situated in approx. The cabling of the door sensors shall be included in the price of the door sensors.4401 shall be used. so that all screens shall be good visible from the operators place. UJ    Page 109 of194 . two rows (that depends on the size and room situation in the Control Centre). The exact symbols and size shall be in accordance to the relevant Iranian standards as well as fully agreement of the employer. All joints of the structures shall be infinitely adjustable.      the raised floor. To dimension the substructure of the panels the own weight of the panel and the weight of the equipment inside has to be considered. The substructure for the distributors in the Control Centre shall be made of galvanized steel.3. The material of these structures shall be made of galvanized steel.8. even the operator in the Control Centre or Service Buildings may realize the entering of a fugitive person. 1.3. Door Sensor The doors of the air locks shall be equipped with door sensors. In the MVS-Niche stainless steel material no. 6. 6. So. FOR SCREENS The screens for controlling of tunnel tube and for the CCTV system in the Control Centre shall be fixed on the ceiling. The load per area shall be at least 6 kN/m² and below distributors 10 kN/m².3.2. ACCESSORIES FOR AIR LOCK DOORS Pictograms The Emergency Call Stations behind the air locks shall be indicated by pictograms mounted on the doors.

5 m/s to prevent smoke from escape routes.1 SCOPE OF WORK The 2 tubes of Niayesh tunnel are equipped with a mechanical longitudinal ventilation system (consisting of jet fans) in the 2 main tubes. monitored by longitudinal velocity measurement sensors. In case of a fire (emergency case) the fire detection system has to detect the location of the fire and starts automatically the different fire programs which are implemented in the tunnel monitoring and controlling system (SCADA). For normal operation the ventilation system of the main tunnel is just controlled by air quality measurement system (CO. TUNNEL VENTILATION SYSTEM   7.1.1.      7.1. Adit Vali-e-Asr and Adit Nonahalan (400V). 8. So in case of the fire the different jet fans of the tunnel are activated and create the required longitudinal air velocity of ~ 2.5m/s (prevent back layering of smoke). Also the ventilation system of the other tunnel is activated and therefore the axial machines of the air lock system create an over pressure of 50Pa to create an air velocity through an open access door (1 x 2. American standards etc. engineer standards and reports have to be observed: All mechanical-and electrotechnical international engineer standards regarding tunnel ventilation like European union standards. GENERAL PLANT DESCRIPTION   7. to boost smoke outside the tunnel tube in driving direction to protect escaping people. 2. The following guidelines. particles). The different parts of the tunnel ventilation system are supplied by the different electro technical rooms in Adit 00. ÖNORM etc. o o o European union standards (DIN.) International standards (ISO) directives and guidelines especially: o o PIARC NFPA other guidelines: o UJ  machine guidelines   Page 110 of194 .1.) American standards (AISI etc.2 m) of min.

fire case) rotating direction etc. storage of components o in agreement with principal documentation o o o o o UJ  data sheets (also including thrust. vibration etc. Test on the field) o ofactory tests: thrust engine vibrations etc. axial fans etc. Assembling and Installation including commissioning and start up of the ready for operation installed jet fans.  o safety guidelines     Technical report – Technical and safety equipment Scope of works of the agent is the complete delivery and assembling of the tunnel ventilation equipment (jet fans. o tests on the field: thrust – longitudinal velocity in tunnel (normal operation. sound level. axial fans and accessories of the tunnel ventilation system in the tunnel.   Page 111 of194 .) ready for operation including all relevant coordination’s with the different agents on the working field to fulfill the ordered activity. Tests (Factory acceptance tests. The following activities have to be achieved: Delivery.) material certificate CE label static and dynamic certificates construction sites etc.

      requirement specification The complete cabling from the junction box (energy.1. safety restraints.4. The provided plants have to match the latest available engineering standards.3.1.and data) of the jet fan to the different electrical supply stations and air quality measurement systems of the tunnel are included in this part. installed and ready for operation regarding the mentioned conditions has to be provided. armoured concrete.1. 7. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS The following general requirements have to be achieved by the agent: A complete assembled. air ducts etc. For all listed services the coordinative efforts are included in the different position prices and are not separately paid. INSTALLATION/ASSEMBLING Assembling drillholes in concrete and stone: All delivered components (mounting / support frame. All efforts to achieve the mentioned requirements are included in the different position prices and are not separately paid. walls etc.2.and Ventilation Control System. integrated. The tunnel ventilation control system (ready for operation programmed including visualization) is included in the section Air.) have to be assembled. directives and state of the art. The different services include all efforts and activities to provide a complete integrated and ready for operation plant Verifiable coordination of the different activities on the working field which have to be done at the same time Electrolytic corrosion has to be avoided with appropriate measures like (spacers of plastics UJ    Page 112 of194 . The branch connections have to be provided by the different delivered constructions of the agent. 7. therefore drill holes have to be provided in concrete. 7. GROUNDING All installed metal constructions have to be connected conductive to the grounding system. All efforts to achieve the mentioned requirements are included in the different position prices and are not separately paid. The programming matrix of the emergency ventilation (start up of jet fans) is included in the present technical specification of tunnel ventilation system.

WORKING FIELD The different jet fans of the two main tunnels are installed at the ceiling of the tunnel. These silencers are manufactured with an outer double coating which is filled with sound absorbing material.1. The impeller is mounted on the motor shaft. The single stage axial machines are driven by a 3-phase squirrel cage asynchronous motor. A small amount of the tunnel air flow will be sucked by the jet fans. A hub cone (motor dummy) is included within the silencer (on suction side of main direction) which allows based on its aerodynamic design the same performance data in reversible mode. GENERAL DESCRIPTION Jet fans are axial-flow fans specially developed to produce the highest possible jet impulse (thrust) from the power installed. These guide vanes are carrying the inner hub including motor and impeller. The fan impeller has symmetrically profiled blades and is specially developed for the environmental area in the tunnel. added with high kinetic energy and will be given again to the total tunnel air flow.1. Silencers are fixed to the flanges of the fan housing on suction and pressure side. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS OF VENTILATION SYSTEMS 7. The position of the different ventilation equipment can be seen on the ventilation plan.1. in groups each consisting of 2 machines (total 54 jet fans in the two main tunnels).)     7.3.2.  between two different materials etc. 7.3. ASSEMBLING AREA. So the complete jet fan construction consists of the following main components: Impeller with symmetrically profiled blades (total reversible thrust) Driving motor incl.3. General the motor drive of the jet fan is manufactured as a flange motor and installed in the inner hub cone of the fan housing. In the inner fan housing guide vanes are installed. mounting and shut down heating equipment (anti condensation heater element) UJ    Page 113 of194 . It is balanced dynamically in two dimensions to the minimum unbalanced mass. JET FANS 7. Based on the impulse transfer between the high speed jet and the tunnel air the airflow will be started in the tunnel into direction to the tunnel portal.

and data) Sensor system (temperature sensors.    cabling from motor to junction box (high flexible E90/FE180) Fan housing Guide vanes Connection flanges (both side of the fan housing) Control device Engine hood (to allow reversible operation with total thrust) Mounting/Support frame incl.2000Pa). Before installation several certificates regarding static and dynamic pressure loads considering weight. safety restraints have to be mounted and installed at the ceiling with stud bolts (tension and pressure). have to be adapted to the specific static. The different connections (specific dimensions of screws and bolts) of the jet fans incl. As minimum material just stainless steel with material number 1.and suction loads up to +/.1. vibration sensors) Installation and assembling materials   7. INSTALLATION The jet fans have to be installed at the ceiling of the main tunnel.2. mounting frame etc. shock absorbers and safety restraints Silencers (on both sides of the fan housing) Separated junction box on fan housing (separation of energy. The following aspects have to be considered: The distance between following jet fans has to be minimum 150m The jet fans must not affect in the main tunnel trains or in the access tunnel rescue vehicles The jet fans must not be effected by tunnel installations (prevent thrust reduction) The lighting system of the tunnel and other at the ceiling mounted installations must not be affected by each other UJ  The complete construction incl.4571. inertia and acceleration torque have to be provided by the agent to ensure a safe operation of the jet   Page 114 of194 . is allowed to be used in tunnel.3. piston effect of train (pressure. thrust. acid cleaned and passivated.and dynamic loads which occur in the tunnel (normal and emergency operation).

7. start up current f 50 HZ frequency A soft start start up cosφ 0.5 kW ~ power consumption 75 dB(A) max. The construction shall be robust. simple and convenient for use in motorway tunnels. sound power level *) Technical Data – Motor U 400 V voltage I 3~ current Imax 5*I max. All certificates also have to be enclosed to the final plant documentation. construction and cabling (from the engine to junction box) have to be designed to resist temperatures up to 400°C for 120minutes. Also the above mentioned pressure. So jet fans and all their important parts (considering thermal expansion of the materials. Further the complete construction (materials) has to withstand particle. SPECIFICATION See also Document Nr.03 kg/m³ air density k 0.9 m/s ~ outlet velocity V 27.and suction loads up to +/. factor v 27.3.     7.4. outer diameter m 1.625 Distance to ceiling z m th 875 N min.12 max.2000Pa have to be considered for the jet fan design. impeller) have to be in operation (complete functionality) during the mentioned conditions.8 inst. So a temperature test (F400) according to EN 12101-3 is required and has to be enclosed to plant documentation. FVT-19/11/GS V&U 11/26/6400 from 06-05-2011 Technical Data – Jet Fans main tunnels Technical Data Fan d 1. So the different parts of the jet fans incl.  fans in the tunnel for a long time. nominal thrust (total reversible) ρ 1. The complete construction has to be manufactured and installed considering the actual state of the art technology.1.3. motor efficiency 1460 1/min rotational speed n UJ    Page 115 of194 .84 cosinus phi η 83 % min.3.1. The different certificates (static and dynamic loads etc.) have to be submitted to the principal or his declared representative before installation. humidity and the occurring aggressive tunnel atmosphere.5 m³/s ~ volume flow Pmech 18. DIMENSIONING The jet fans of the tunnel have to be designed to create during a fire an air longitudinal velocity of 3m/s and have to cope partly with high temperatures (hot exhaust gases) caused by a fire.

8 inst. IP65) temperature elements . start up current f 50 HZ frequency A soft start start up cosφ 0.2 m³/s ~ volume flow Pmech 28 kW ~ power consumption 75 dB(A) max. motor efficiency n 2920 1/min rotational speed Pel 28 kW max. per phase 2pcs (PT100. electrical power consumption min. IP65) UJ    Page 116 of194 .windings.bearings. per bearing (PT100.280 Distance to ceiling z m th 835 N min.windings.  Pel 18. factor 38. sound power level *) Technical Data – Motor U 400 V voltage I 3~ current Imax 5*I max.5 30000 6 S1 kW h s/h -   max. per phase 2pcs (PT100. outer diameter m 1.80 max.84 cosinus phi η 83 % min.1 m/s ~ outlet velocity v V 19. electrical power consumption 30000 h min. life cycle bearings 6 s/h start up per hour S1 operation mode insulation class (designed for fire case H F400) IP65 protection class Temperature test (400°C for 120min) F400 EN12101-3 anti condensation heater elements ~ 2x100W temperature elements . IP65) temperature elements . per bearing (PT100. nominal thrust (total reversible) ρ 1. IP65) vibration monitoring sensor (IP65)   Technical Data – Jet Fans ramps Technical Data Fan d 0. life cycle bearings start up per hour operation mode insulation class (designed for fire case H F400) IP65 protection class Temperature test (400°C for 120min) F400 EN12101-3 anti condensation heater elements ~ 2x100W temperature elements .bearings.03 kg/m³ air density k 0.

Fan housing The fan housing is manufactured in stainless steel. The junction box (stainless steel) at the fan housing has to match protection class min. direct mounted on the motor shaft. material number 1. Furthermore the impeller has to be UJ    Page 117 of194 . thrust. IP65. As accessory a vibration control sensor has to be installed outside of the fan casing. The complete fan housing has to be connected to the mounting frame. DIN EN 60034 7. diameter.5.3.) can be seen. Each jet fan also has to be equipped with a type label (stainless steel) where the most important data of the machine (type. 150µm. Therefore the connection between these two parts has to be executed with the use of shock-vibration absorbers to reduce vibrations as far as possible. Also the rotational direction of the motor has to be designated on the fan housing.) before installation. density. Total thickness of corrosion protection app. The cabling of data and energy has to be separated within the junction box.1. Impeller The impeller consists of symmetrically profiled blades manufactured on aluminium alloy (ALSiMg). rotational speed. The different parts of the impeller have to be tested (x-ray etc. outlet velocity. year of production. power. volume flow etc.) that are linked between the jet fan construction and the concrete of the ceiling. Total thickness of corrosion protection shall be app. 150µm). The results of these tests have to be enclosed to plant documentation. To prevent a fall down from ceiling of the jet fan in case of damage the complete construction is protected with safety restraints (stainless steel. static and dynamically balanced. Additional the fan housing has to be equipped with transport brackets. Motor cabling-star/delta. Data and tolerances according to ISO 13350. DETAILED DESCRIPTION Jet fan construction As mentioned the complete construction of the jet fans has to be manufactured in stainless steel with material number 1.4571 (Info: As well available hot-dip galvanized steel with additional powder coating. Coatings have to guarantee corrosion protection (aggressive tunnel atmosphere) for 10 years and must have a coating thickness of min. The cable entries also have to be in stainless steel and have to be adjusted to cable dimensions.  vibration monitoring sensor (IP65)     *) In open air.4571 (Info: As well available hot-dip galvanized steel with additional powder coating. free field conditions at a distance of 10 m in front of fan at an angle of 45 degrees to the jet axis. chains etc. guide vanes and hub for motor installation. 150µm) including flanges. acid cleaned and passivated.

Cylindrical silencers The cylindrical silencers are manufactured in stainless steel 1. The motor is installed in the fan housing.      dynamically balanced regarding DIN ISO 1940-1. Total thickness of corrosion protection shall be app.4571. Additional the different blades of the impeller have to be single adjustable. These chains will be fixed separately to the tunnel ceiling to avoid intrusion of fan into traffic space.4571 or AISI 316 Ti (Info: As well available hot-dip galvanized steel with additional powder coating. The coating of the motor has to guarantee corrosion protection (aggressive tunnel atmosphere) as mentioned above and must have a coating thickness of min.5xD. 150µm). Data of sound power level as given in the specification. Mounting / Support frame The mounting frame is manufactured in stainless steel 1. 150µm). internal covering made of perforated plate. At the end of the silencers anti pendulous elements are foreseen if the length of silencers exceeds 1. UJ    Page 118 of194 .4571 or AISI 316 Ti (Info: As well available hot-dip galvanized steel with additional powder coating.5xD (D…inner-/impeller diameter of the fan). The Hub of the impeller has to be manufactured on stainless steel (1. Total thickness of corrosion protection app.5. Safety restraints The safety restraints (4 chains) are made of stainless steel 1.4571 or AISI 316 Ti (Info: As well available hot-dip galvanized steel with additional powder coating. Cabling The complete cabling of the motor (data and energy separated) from the motor to the junction box of the fan are manufactured as halogen free flexible system cable specified as E90/FE180. suitable for soft start. Ring nut and shekels are made of 1. Furthermore the mounting frame is in flexible type with shock absorbers / vibration dampers and for ceiling or wall installation. So the complete cabling (from motor and sensors to the junction box) is included in the price of the jet fan. performance G 2.4401 because not available in 1. The construction of blade bearings has to be dust free. The used lubrication has to match the above mentioned F400 (400°C for 120min) conditions. Total thickness of corrosion protection shall be app. space between internal and external sheet filled with sound absorbing material. The different bearings of the motor have to be designed maintenance free filled. 150µm). 150µm. Including inlet cone on suction and pressure side of the jet fan. As mentioned at the end of the silencers anti pendulous elements are foreseen if the length of silencers exceeds 1. 150µm). Motor Protection and technical data as given in the specification. Total thickness of corrosion protection app.4571) (Info: As well available hot-dip galvanized steel with additional powder coating. The shock absorbers are integrated in the mounting frame.

) documentation o Construction analysis of used material (material attest) material properties (mechanical) check of welded joints check of several connections check material surfaces (corrosion etc. ultrasonic sound etc.5 material check (x-ray.      Tests and documentation Material and assembling tests The following parts of the jet fan have to be ckecked during the test: o Impeller chemical analysis of used material (material attest) material properties (mechanical) dynamically balancing regarding DIN ISO 1940-1. performance G 2.) documentation o Motor voltage open circuit voltage starting current running current short circuit current rotational direction efficiency factor vibration UJ    Page 119 of194 .

not inside facility) Conversion thrust to required surrounding conditions (specification) Air density Motor speed Volume flow Air outlet velocity Sound level Vibrations in three dimensions Voltage Starting current Running current additional see material and assembling tests documentation Documentation technical description data sheets maintenance manual operating manual UJ    Page 120 of194 . To be measured during FAT: Static thrust – in both directions (blow out in open area.  torque heating documentation     Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) Factory acceptance test based on ISO 13350 with one (or more) jet fan(s) out of series at manufacturer’s facility.

particulates and air velocity) to monitor the given values can UJ    Page 121 of194 . etc. are defined in the other sections. normal-.) All efforts to achieve the mentioned requirements are included in the different position prices and are not separately paid. DESCRIPTION The agent has to provide a complete coordinated technical requirement specification of the complete tunnel ventilation system including several operating conditions (ventilation programms. 7. is the permanent monitoring of the air quality (CO. The different programs etc. 7. VENTILATION CONTROL This chapter just has to be seen as an overview of the general requirements of the ventilation control system.1. The requirement specification has to be handed over before execution to the principal or a valid representative to be confirmed. Therefore the following threshold levels must not be exceeded.2. emergency-. The relevant equipment (CO. NORMAL OPERATION The most important.3. All efforts to achieve the mentioned requirements are included in the different position prices and are not separately paid.2.) that are required to erect a SCADA system etc. of the ventilation system have to be defined together with the principal during creation of requirement specification.  drawings certificates.3.3. maintenance operation. The different positions (hardware.3. attests electrical schematas     parts list (including type of used part) for maintenance list of subcontractors (address. during normal operation. software etc. tel.3.1. REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATION   (See also Document Nr. 7.). FVT-19/11/GS V&U 11/26/6400 from 06-05-2011) 7.3. Particle) in the tunnel.

EMERGENCY OPERATION . measuring equipment etc.and software.2. 7. FVT-19/11/GS V&U 11/26/6400 from 06-05-2011) UJ    Page 122 of194 .012m^-1 (extinction coefficient) The different requirements (hard.and Ventilation Control System.      be seen in the Air.and Ventilation Control System.CONTROL MATRIX (FIRE CASE) See Document Nr.3.) regarding ventilation control can be seen in the section Air.3. Pollutant CO Particulates (PM) Design Limit Niayesh 50 ppm < 0. The maximum ventilation velocity shall not exceed more than 10m/s to protect different installations in the tunnel.

8. 1st (highest) priority manual control at the MVS-Niches 2nd priority manual control from Service Building´s 3rd priority manual control from Control Centre 4th priority automatic control in case of fire (fire emergency operation) 5th (lowest) priority automatic control via air quality (CO and dust particle UJ    Page 123 of194 . to the main control units and further on to the Control Centre. SCOPE OF WORK Carbon monoxide detector system Dust particle detector system Detector system for direction and velocity of the air Ventilation control Cabling for power supply. Manual control in the service buildings and shall override the orders from Control Centre as well as the orders from the manual boxes at the portals and MVS-niches. GENERAL This article covers the air monitoring system and ventilation control of all required equipment.1. to the PLC´s.3. From the analysing units all essential data shall be transmitted to the distributed I/O units. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION In the tunnel locations for a combined measuring of the carbon monoxide and dust particle concentration as well as locations for measuring the speed and direction of the air-flow shall be provided. materials. Manual orders from the Control Centre shall override automatic orders from the ventilation control except there is an emergency (fire) or the ventilation control is being operated manually from the service buildings or MVS-niches. and monitoring 8. AIR CONTROL SYSTEM AND VENTILATION CONTROL SYSTEM 8.      8. All data required by/at the Control Centre shall be based at the central connection element. accessories. and all labour for the complete installation and function.2. control.

20 mA (according to measured value) potential-free contact for system error potential-free contact for system calibration Dates of each calibration shall be recorded at Control Centre.3. 8.300 ppm Accuracy: +/. the sensors shall be placed on the tunnel-wall at a height of approximately 4 m. Measuring principle: negative gas correlation Measurement range: 0 .1.2 % of upper limit of the effective range Self-test and self.3. DETECTOR FOR DIRECTION AND VELOCITY OF THE AIR For the tunnel detectors shall be provided.3. DUST PARTICLE DETECTOR In-situ measurements inside the tunnel shall be provided. Output signal: 4 .2. The material of the membranes (for measuring) shall be UJ    Page 124 of194 . Measuring principle: Measurement range: Accuracy: Output signal: transmissiometry k = 0 to k = 15 x 10-3 m-1 +/.20 mA (according to measured value) potential-free contact for system error potential-free contact for system calibration IP 65 Degree of protection: Dates of each calibration shall be recorded at Control Centre.calibration Degree of protection: IP 65 The maximum deviation of the CO measuring instrument to following air components at the given concentrations shall not be larger than 5 ppm.  measuring)     8.3. 8. The CO detector and dust particle detector may be a combined CO and dust particle measuring unit. CARBON MONOXIDE (CO) DETECTOR In-situ measurements inside the tunnel shall be provided.2 % of the upper limit of the effective range 4 .

2. Maximum 2 jet fans can be started together. the dust particle concentrations and the direction and velocity of the air inside the tunnel.  Titanium.20 mA (according to measured value) potential-free contact for air direction potential-free contact for system calibration potential-free contact for system error 8.4. 8. to compare these values with predetermined threshold values and to switch on and off the jet fans. an adjustable time delay of 15 seconds (presetvalue) between the running-up of jet fans is required. 8. If the main power of a transformer fails or the power supply of one MVS-Niche breaks down completely.4. CO AND DUST PARTICLE BASED VENTILATION CONTROL The PLC shall be able to the carbon monoxide concentrations.3. Measuring principle: Measuring range: Accuracy: Output signal:     ultrasonic transition time difference .3. and then it shall be waited 15 seconds before the next two jet fans can be started.3. OPERATING MODES (see Document Nr. Fire requires the provision of a special automatic fan control mode (Fire emergency operation). VENTILATION CONTROL SYSTEM A distributed I/O unit shall be provided to distribute the data to the programmable logic unit and further to control the jet fans. when these threshold values are exceeded or fallen below. FVT-19/11/GS V&U 11/26/6400 from 06-05-2011) UJ    Page 125 of194 . With respect to the starting current inrush.10 m/s to + 10 m/s +/.5 % of full scale deflection Self-test and automatic self-calibration 4 .4. the PLC Ventilation shall primarily switch on the number of jet fans required by the actual demand elsewhere in the tunnel or ventilation section automatically. The jet fans can only be enabled to restart after a change of the operation mode to "manual".1.

6.3.      8.5. shall be available at the Control Room and Control Centre. The cables (power supply. 8. CABLING The cables for the jet fans (power supply for jet fans.3. etc. UJ    Page 126 of194 . control cable) for the jet fans shall be fire resistant E90/FE180. Therefore every order. control cable) shall be installed inside the cable conduits under the walkway path. DATA TRANSMISSION All data-transfer necessary for the ventilation control system between each location associated with the tunnel as well as from service buildings to the Control Centre shall be done by the secure and high-speed telecontrol system included in section SCADA System. reply.

accessories and all labour for activating automatic controls. At the same stations as the emergency call stations are also service telephones for the maintenance personnel placed. That means. Further on at each portal of the tubes an emergency telephone together with a service telephone station will be placed. EMERGENCY CALL AND SERVICE TELEPHONE SYSTEM 9. GENERAL The emergency telephones shall provide a reliable connection to Control Centre for fugitives. SCOPE OF WORK The emergency and service telephone system includes: Intercom-Stations Connection to telephone network Desktop station Emergency call stations Service telephone stations Switches Cabling All equipment shall be designed for an operation 24 h each day! This article covers all equipment. service buildings. The combination of emergency and service telephone system bases on Voice over IP (VoIP). UJ    Page 127 of194 . Therefore interfaces between the emergency call system and the automatic control of the tunnel shall be provided. In the tunnel tube are 21 maintenance niches including emergency telephones each tube located.2. Generally they are mounted in the maintenance niches and cabinets. about every 125 m in the main tunnel tube an emergency call station is situated. The emergency calls shall be connected to the Control Centre with a higher priority than the service calls. That means the communication of both systems runs over the same connection. which have to occur during an emergency or service call as well as the transmission and indication of the given signal (potential free contact) at the Control Centre. and shall be cabled as an optical fiber cable ring. Each emergency call activates the concerned CCTV-picture.      9. 9.1. materials. The emergency call and service telephone system shall be combined in one system.

the emergency call’s information shall be shown at the operators screen and different programs shall be activated as described. All telephones. EMERGENCY CALL AND SERVICE TELEPHONE SYSTEM The hardware of emergency call system shall be situated in distribution cabinets with 19” technology. if an emergency call arrives. That means.3.3. that functionality for emergency system shall be sustained over the whole tunnel length. On one hand. A distribution to the external telephone system occurs via a telephone central unit. So the intercom station at the Service Building South also shall initiate the distribution of the calls. POWER SUPPLY The complete emergency and service call system shall be supplied by the UPS-System.3. the system shall check.      9. That means. so also in case of main power break-down the call system (especially emergency call system) keeps functioning. The functionality of those switches shall be like a mini-server. But also in the service buildings desktop call stations. The optical fiber rings shall run over switches. The intercom stations (emergency call central unit) at the service buildings shall manage the telephone calls of the whole tunnel. because the main operation and receipt of the emergency call is at the Control Centre. that means the emergency and the service telephones shall be connected directly to those switches via RJ45 plug-in connections. the system shall find an alternative route via the Service Building North. On the other hand along the whole tunnel as well as in the service buildings are also service telephones situated. The emergency telephones shall provide a reliable connection to the control system in case of an incident. if this calls is determined for the external or internal telephone system. The emergency call has also a higher priority than a service call. But if an optic fiber ring is interrupted. UJ    Page 128 of194 .1. Furthermore the control system shall enable the operation of these calls. These telephones are required for maintenance personnel. the information shall be prepared and transferred to the control system via TCP/IP. or a failure at any device is detected. Generally the transmission of the whole emergency and service telephone system shall occur via Service Building South. They use the same transmission cable. In these switches optical / electrical converters shall be included. The contractor has to guarantee. the emergency telephones are needed to grant persons in the tunnel an immediate connection to the Control Centre in case of emergency. The emergency and service telephones shall be combined in one system. but for the emergency system an immediate connection to the Control Centre must be given. visualization and operations shall be possible. If a service telephone call arrives. 9. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 9.2.

 

  The required reaction- and information transmission although shall be kept in time.

 

The contractor has to secure, that even after a long break down of the power supply, the IP-addresses of the telephone call systems are not lost. The system shall be free structureprogramme- and scale-able. If somebody presses the push buttons at the hands free speaking system by the emergency call station, immediately a visual and audible alarm shall be initiated at the Control Centre and service buildings. Also all predefined automatic programmes shall be executed automatically. Apart from the information of speed also the information of failures shall be transmitted during an emergency call. If a failure is detected (short circuit, interference voltage, etc.) the other parts may be untainted. When the push button at the emergency call station is pressed, the connection of the communication shall be initiated automatically. As long as the emergency call is not answered a pre-recorded text shall be played (e.g. “your call is being answered soon, please stay calm” or similar). The exact messages shall be defined in accordance with the employer. Even the language (English) shall be defined in accordance with the employer. The communication between the operator and the fugitive shall be ended only if the operator disconnects. In mind, that the emergency call stations do not have a handset, and that the tunnel is used by vehicles, it is absolutely necessary to ensure that a good understandability (“audio quality”) although a hands-free speaking system is used. Also the volume shall be adjusted to the environment manually during initial operation. The expandability for data transmitting shall be given. All push buttons and cabling shall be cyclic monitored. The zero-signal current also has to be monitored. If any failure is detected, fault signals shall be transmitted. With the signals of emergency system no activation of any fire-programmes are allowed! The maximum time, which may pass from the moment when an emergency call is set up till the operator may answer the call, is 5 seconds.

9.3.3. EMERGENCY CALL STATION (VOIP)
Emergency telephones shall be a single-line set, mounted in the emergency call cabinet of the maintenance niches, maintenance cabinets and in the emergency call cabinets at the portals and accesses. The colour of the emergency call stations has to be determined by the employer. Emergency telephones shall have a hands-free-speaking system. The emergency call will be activated by the fugitives with a push button integrated in front panel UJ   
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The hands free equipment of the emergency call stations consists of a loudspeaker, a microphone and a push button, so the people can communicate with the operator(s). This hands-free speaking system shall be connected with the switches directly, by a suitable interface. IP-telephones have to be used. Only speaker, microphone and the push button of the emergency call system shall be mounted in the front panel of the emergency cabinet, so in case of communication, it is not necessary to open the cabinet. The rest of the emergency equipment shall be situated inside of the cabinet. A two-way communication is necessary, so that the people can tell the operators about the situation, as well as the operator can calm the fugitives down and give them important instructions. The emergency call stations shall be resistant against the tunnel pollution (exhaust gases, smoke, etc.) as well as against the humidity (“weather proof type”, IP65) inside the tunnel tubes. In the tunnel tube, emergency call stations shall be mounted at maintenance niches in so called emergency call cabinets. On each door of the air locks, pictograms shall be stuck on it, which shall indicate the emergency call stations behind the air locks. The pictograms shall contain the typical symbol for escape / emergency call. The exact size and type of symbol have to be determined by the employer. The emergency call stations throughout the whole tunnel shall be indicated via illuminated signs, mounted on the tunnel wall above the emergency call station. Size of these signs shall be 470 mm x 470 mm. The symbols of the illuminated signs shall be visible in both directions. These signs also shall be supplied by the UPS.

9.3.4. INTERCOM STATION
In the Service Building Adit 00 and Service Building Adit Nonahalan intercom stations shall be placed. These stations execute the same function as a “Telephone System Server”. On one hand these stations shall screen all calls of complete telephone system and on the other hand they shall initiate the transmission of the emergency calls to the control system and further on to the Control Centre. This transmission shall occur via TCP/IP. The service telephone calls shall be transmitted to the connection to telephone network. The intercom stations shall be equipped with an interface to the tunnel control-system, so automatic programmes can take place – for example, if an emergency call is initiated / UJ   
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activated, the nearest camera will be connected / switched to the emergency video screen automatically. The intercom station shall be equipped with different modules. The modules are for preparing an interface to the control system, to the external telecom system, desktop call station or else. Each module can operate 8 telephones. The operating system of the emergency call system shall be realized with high-level language, but it also shall be object-orientated. The operating system shall be stored in a Flashprom, so that a changing of e.g. EPROMS is not necessary for updating the operating system. The following cards are required for the Intercom station at the Service Building South: Participant-cards TCP/IP for 8 participants Participant-card for connecting the desktop call station -Network card ISDN with one basic terminal -Network interfaces -Digital audible coupling- and recording-card The following cards are required for the Intercom station at the Service Building North: -Participant-cards 2-wired for 8 participants -Participant-card for connecting the desktop call station -Output card for 8 relays, potential free -Network card Network interfaces. The intercom station shall have below mentioned features: -System Functions: 1-8 digit telephone numbers (also mixed), Frequency 300Hz – 16kHz (analogue), feedback-protection, selective locking of features Voice Control: conversations in Open Duplex, Duplex or Simplex, Volume separated adjustable for different functions General Conversation Functions: automatic conversation set-off for each participant; different pre-recorded messages (number and text shall be defined in accordance with the employer); discreet-function; locking of microphone function; “occupied”-function; priority call function; call-back-request; connecting with other participants; retrieving of last call; speed dial for all participants, or separated for each participant; priority function Functions with additional Interfaces: adapting with telephone-dial-devices, output contact for system functions Group-Calls Teleconferences with any participants, and predefined participants Audible transmitting of alarm inclusive an alpha numeric display UJ   
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so that the operator immediately is warned.and emergency calls.      Desktop call station: selecting of a set-up between service. As described. Furthermore a voice recording system shall be linked with the intercom station in the Service Building South. The operator may switch between different calls and sets up a connection from the Control Centre to any emergency station. The complete emergency call system also surveillances itself.and emergency-calls. monitoring of wiring of call stations and their inputs. manual call-switching. Furthermore the exact location of the incoming emergency call has to be visualized on the operator’s screen (tunnel control screen). So failures will instantly be detected and can be repaired rapidly. Each emergency call causes a visible and an audible alarm in the Control Centre. output-contacts for service. the failure shall automatically be notified / sent to the tunnel control-system. wire-detection for telephone stations. Since it is required to store the emergency conversations. Such desktop call stations also shall be connected to the intercom stations in the service buildings and Control Centre. displaying wait-information after set-up of a call. A further function of the intercom station is also regarding to the service telephone system. the service telephone also has to provide a connection from the internal emergency call and service telephone system to the external telecom system. There it will be prepared and transmitted to the external telecom system. The system shall also check itself for interruptions of connections due to wire breakage or open circuits. The intercom station transmits the calls to the connection to telephone network. texts for display. monitoring of network The control system generally shall process all emergency calls. automatic call-switching of calls depending on time (night/day). group-contacts for calls. If such a failure is detected. changing to communicate via more desktop call stations at same time Bidirectional communication to control system Tests of functionality: periodic tests by testing loudspeaker and microphones. In the Control Room is also a desktop call station situated. so malfunctions shall be kept to a minimum. The intercom station can be seen as an interface between the emergency call system and the tunnel control system. Also a communication with the service telephones shall be possible with this desktop call stations. There all emergency calls (not the service telephone calls) shall be recorded and stored automatically. where maintenance messages for the operator will be generated. This digital voice recorder shall be able to record all emergency calls UJ    Page 132 of194 . Therewith the operator can communicate with the people at the emergency call stations easily.

Technical specification of voice recorder Frequency: 20 – 6800Hz Distortion factor: 0.    simultaneous. 9. the inputs displayed and the outputs shall be controlled. a “gooseneck-microphone”. All executed control functions of the desktop stations shall be transferred to the intercom station. The individual desktop call stations shall have the possibility to operate parallel. DESKTOP CALL STATION The handling of emergency and service telephone calls shall occur via a desktop call station. A failure key shall check all functions of the desktop call station. Also the possibility to hear the calls to a later time must be given.2% Interference voltage span: -70dB Maximum possible storage time: 360 seconds for each emergency call Resolution: 12 Bit linear Recess frequency: 16 kHz Output: 0. This desktop station shall include a loudspeaker.4.2-2V/200 Ohm   9.5. etc. These telephones shall provide a possibility for the maintenance personnel. to communicate. Between the different switches an optical fibre cable (multimode A-DF(ZN)2Y 4 G50/125) shall be connected. The individual functions of the desktop call stations shall be able to combine with each other. MVSniches and maintenance niches. With this station. clearing. The individual function keys shall have status LEDs. CABLING All devices of the emergency system shall be connected to the uninterruptible power supply. keyboard with functional keys for talking. The desktop station shall be supplied by intercom station with signals. SERVICE TELEPHONE SYSTEM The service telephone system shall include telephones at the service buildings. Also the possibility of digital monitoring of loudspeaker and microphone of the desktop call station shall be given.1. The connection between the switches and the IP-telephones shall be RJ 45. volume. The system of the desktop call station has to build up fully VoIP digital and connected with corresponding interfaces to the intercom station. the conversations shall be administrated.3.4. The display shall have a suitable resolution and number of rows and signs. The incidents have to cause an audible signal at the desktop station. 9. Also the sequences of the incidents shall be displayed. UJ    Page 133 of194 .

in / on distribution cabinets or desks shall be   Page 134 of194 UJ  . a display with at least 4 rows and status LED next to the function keys. This means the possibility of direct connection among each other shall be given. These apparatus shall ring with a volume of at least 65dB. This connecting equipment shall distribute the telephone calls. The transmitting of the service telephone calls to the external outline shall occur by a “connection to the telephone network”. etc. But for every substation this function shall be separately adjustable (locked / unblocked). These functions are also required: Pick up of an internal or external call from every substation Call diversion to every substation Conference call Call diversion in the night to a certain telephone. or a certain outline. The system shall guarantee that calls from the substations can communicate directly together without exchanging through the central unit. that the priority always shall be by the emergency call! The service calls do not have to be recorded and stored like the emergency calls. Blocking of out callings Creation of authorization levels (max.) Main telephone apparatus This telephone shall be positioned at the operator’s desk.      Because the service telephone and the emergency call system are combined. The telephone keyboard shall consist of 16 phone buttons. Furthermore the service telephone system shall have an outline to the external telecom system. Additionally the possibility to dial from the substations trough the outline to external telecom system is required. 8 speed dial keys. coloured as required of the employer. But the operator even may communicate by the desktop call stations. The handset shall be impactresistant. 3) for different kinds of callings (only internal callings. Further it shall consist of a rectifier for hearing protection and a cord. all callings. Telephone substations Telephone substations for mounting on walls. it has to be guaranteed. made of plastic.

      provided. UJ    Page 135 of194 . Further on it shall consist of a rectifier for hearing protection and a cord. The sockets shall be RJ45 type. coloured as required by employer. made of plastic and the colour as required of the employer. Telephone socket The telephone sockets shall be mounted on walls or in distribution cabinets. These apparatus shall ring with a volume of at least 65dB. The handset shall be impact-resistant. The telephone keyboard shall include 16 phone buttons. The housing shall be impact resistant. Telephone cabling The cabling shall be structured and according to category 6 (EN 50288). made of plastic.

GENERAL This article covers the complete fire emergency facilities (for detecting fire in and outside the tunnel. This article covers all equipment. FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM Fire detection unit with subunits in the tunnel tube With interface to linear fire detection system Manual alarm push button “FIRE” at the maintenance niches. All interface equipment which is necessary for the datatransmission to / from the Control Centre shall be included in the central connection element. Also any necessary accessories. materials. service buildings and MVS-niches Optical smoke detectors in the service buildings. accessories and all labour for activating automatic controls.2. 10.2. MVS-niches (raised floor and ceilings) UJ    Page 136 of194 .1. The contractor shall hand over a protocol of this examination to the employer. Any kind of fire detection equipment shall be supplied by the UPS-system. FIRE DETECTION   10. MVS-niches. Control Centre) Linear fire detection system (tunnel tubes) The whole fire detection system shall be proofed by an accredited laboratory. required for transmission and indication of the given signal (potential free contact) at the Control Centre and service buildings shall be included in this article.      10. maintenance niches. as well as equipment for firefighting) the whole automatic fire detection system (linear fire detection inside the main tunnel tube as well as sensors inside the service buildings and MVS-niches) and firefighting equipment including all required equipment. which shall occur if a fire is detected. materials and accessories. The observation of the tunnel is divided into two central units Fire detection system (service buildings.1. SCOPE OF WORK 10.

2. whether expressly specified herein or not for the complete installation and function 10. FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM This article covers all equipment.2. and transmission and indication at the Control Centre. and monitoring for monitoring sensors Every other materials and components required according to this section. Fire extinguishers Floating Switch Electrical Valves Cabling for power supply.    Alarm. DETECTION UNITS UJ    Page 137 of194 . MVS-Niches. etc. control and indicating panel(s) Cabling for power supply. control and monitoring Interface to fire detection unit and further on transmitting of information to control system 10. and monitoring   Interface for corresponding automatic controls of the telecontrol system (SCADA) which distributes the command(s) to the CCTV system. 10. control and indicating panel(s) Cabling for power supply. accessories and all labour for the fire extinguishers in service buildings.3. the ventilation control system.2. maintenance niches and Control Centre.1. control.3. LINEAR FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM Linear fire detection central unit with subunits and temperature sensitive cabling Alarm. the lighting control system. materials. control. the Control Centre. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 10.3.

The alarm line shall be executed as a loop from the detecting units. the subunits shall be placed in MVS-. That means they may only detect depending on a second detector./ transfer components regarding to open-circuits. The detection units shall be self-monitoring and in case of breakage or malfunction an automatic fault-message shall be given. FIRE DETECTION UNIT AND SUB UNITS The fire detection (sub) units shall detect alarms from the fire push buttons and optical smoke detectors and an interface to the linear fire detection system. Potential-free output for each line alarm and each line error.3. short circuit. The transferring of the alarms and fault-messages from the fire detection unit to the Control Centre shall run via TCP / IP connection. short circuits. UJ    Page 138 of194 . guaranteed lifetime of at least 8 years. a display with 4 rows (displays message as plaintext). the functionality of the other components shall be uninterrupted. current discharge and main power supply shall exist.      10. Despite of detection of a breakage in operation. earth faults and power breakages. battery voltage. short circuit to ground. Also required is: Sealed lead-acid gas recombination batteries for a supply of minimum 72 hours.1. A storing of the last 100 incidents shall be provided.1./ transfer components anywhere. All components of the fire detection system shall be cyclic proofed by the fire detection (sub) units all the time. All necessary equipment for the storing has shall be included in the price of the fire detection units. charger current. Depending on the course of the alarm line. A self-monitoring for wire breakage. The fire detection central unit shall be situated at the Service Building Adit00 and Adit Nonahalan. The fire detection unit shall be connected with the exterior sub units by suitable interfaces and controls them. Additionally the fire detection (sub) units shall include the needed power supply unit. Each alarm line shall be between 900 – 2000 m long. Further on detectors also need the function of two-detector-detecting. Maintenance-Niches and Service Building Vali-e-Asr. Furthermore the fire detection (sub) units shall control the operation. Each detector (smoke detector and fire push buttons) shall be separately addressable for an immediate indication.

In event of fire alarm. The detection units shall be self-monitored. Therefore. The linear fire detecting system shall be able to check. so that the display can be seen easily. if the rising of the temperature is caused by a fire. optical frequency domain reflection method with computer-aided alarm analysis shall be used. the sensor cables shall be connected at both sides to a fire detecting (sub) unit. LINEAR FIRE DETECTION UNIT AND SUB UNITS The linear fire detection central unit shall be situated at Service Building Adit00 and Adit Nonahalan. To limit the possibility of a breakdown of the linear fire detecting system. a maximum length of about 3000 m of each sensor cable is allowed. The information of the zone which contains to the fire alarm. The fire detection unit shall have an automatic microprocessor unit with a control and indicating panel in a 19" board frame. the direction of fire-spread / propagation as well as the size of fire shall be transmitted to the Control Centre. All devices of the fire detection system shall be supplied by the uninterruptible power supply. temperature gradients over time and temperature differences over the entire cable length. If the sensor cable is on both endings connected to detection units. The distributor of the fire detection unit in the electrical rooms shall be equipped with a window in front door. Depending on the run of the sensor cable. In case of breakage or malfunction an automatic fault-message shall be given to the Control Centre.      The fire detection (sub) units shall have enough space / reserve for an easy enlargement.g. Unrestricted software which parts the sensor cable in zones of about 100 meters length shall be used. The transmission of data of the fire detection (sub) units runs via a multimode optical fibre cable (A-DF(ZN)2Y 4 E9/125). Also programmable alarm-thresholds per zone shall be provided. so-called hot spots shall be localized. or if there may be a fault.3. A fully electronic linear fire detection unit shall continuously detect the maximum temperatures. It shall have a shielded twisted pair (STP) Ethernet interface (RJ45) to the main connection board. 10.2. The monitoring of the alarm lines shall be a closed circuit system.1. the subunits shall be placed in MVSNiches and Service Building Vali-e-Asr. Remote adjustment and testing e. from Control Centre and control rooms shall be UJ    Page 139 of194 . The maximum length of a loop shall be 2200 m.

The alarm shall be transmitted to the Service Buildings Control Centre. but only if required . Tunnel lighting of the whole tunnel tube is switched on automatically. as well as for automatic fire detection at the service buildings and MVS-Niches a fully electronic system shall be provided. Every alarm shall be indicated audio-visually at the Service Buildings and Control Centre. Inside the tunnel emergency push buttons “FIRE” shall be mounted at every maintenance niche and cabinet as well as in the MVS-Niches. All optical smoke detectors (situated in the electrical rooms) and emergency push buttons “FIRE” shall be controlled by a common fire detection unit. giving potential-free signals whenever a fire-detection from the various UJ    Page 140 of194 . the designer of the fire detection system has to provide an interface.     The linear fire detection (sub) units shall include the necessary power supply unit including all necessary voltages with surge suppressors. Each alarm from the push buttons and sensors (of the fire extinguishers in the fire extinguisher cabinets) shall be detected by the associated detection (sub) units. The appropriate tunnel ventilation fire program is started automatically. The fire fighting water pumps are switched on automatically. After verifying the alarm (true / false) by the operator by using the CCTV-system. All necessary information is displayed at the Control Centre and the control panel in the service buildings. for surveillance the incident. The linear fire detection unit shall have an automatic microprocessor unit with control panel and indicating panel with 19" board frame. Further on they shall be transmitted to the Control Centre. For automatic operation of tunnel. The detection sub units shall transfer the alarms to the main fire detection unit in the Service Buildings Adit00 and Adit Nonahalan. FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM For manual fire detection inside the tunnel tube. The linear fire-detection unit shall have interfaces to the fire detection unit depending on the offered system.2. A display with 4 rows (displays the messages as plaintexts) and self-monitoring shall be included in the detection (sub) units. 10.3. Every evaluated fire alarm causes: -CCTV camera of the affected area is connected to the alarm / video screen.  possible. the operator manually forwards the alarm to the fire department.

The detection sub units shall transfer the alarms to the main linear fire detection unit. The time between registration of a fire (= alarm) and activation of the necessary automatically operations shall take place within 1 minute.11. The reset of a fire alarm is only possible directly at the appropriate fire detection unit in the service building. MVS. Increase (change) of temperature per minute. The linear fire detection system shall be able to check. the increase of temperature over time and shall hand over this information to the belonging linear fire detection (sub) unit. From them.4.3. Spurious / false alarms caused by temperature fluctuation shall be avoided by appropriate precautions. EMERGENCY PUSH BUTTON “FIRE” The emergency push buttons “FIRE” shall be installed to enable a manual fire-alarm. LINEAR FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM A linear heat sensor cable shall be mounted on the ceiling of the tunnel tube. The detection system shall measure the absolute temperature.3.2. 10. the linear detection cable shall be divided into several parts with own linear fire detection (sub) units.      detectors occurs. Because of the length of the tunnel. and further on to the fire detection unit in the Service Buildings Adit00 and Adit Nonahalan.or Maintenance-Niche. or if there may be a fault. They shall be placed at the following locations: At every maintenance niche At every maintenance cabinet One emergency push button “FIRE” beside the entrance door to a low voltage room UJ    Page 141 of194 .3. 10. The linear heat sensor cable shall be controlled by a linear fire detection (sub) unit. The localization of fire shall be specified with an accuracy of 5 m. The linear fire detection (sub) unit determines the local temperature values as follows: Current absolute temperature.3. the fire alarms shall be transmitted to the control system and the Control Centre as described in item. if the rising of the temperature is caused by a fire. Temperature profile.

shall be provided.1. The degree of protection of push buttons in the tunnel tube shall be at least IP 54.5. resistant against high humidity. MVS-Niches and Control Centre. LINEAR FIRE DETECTOR CABLE A state-of-the-art linear fire detection cable. The coupling elements shall be included in the price of the push buttons. The following technologies shall be used: Fibre optical sensor cable consisting of stainless steel capillary and High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) insulation with two independent quartz glass fibres of multimode 62.5/125 µm type. Further on. 10. the housing shall be made of red coloured aluminium.2. All push-buttons bear the symbol for FIRE integrated on the housing. FIRE DETECTORS 10. In the buildings and MVS-Niches a lower class may be used. The type of cabling depends on the used system (“System-Cable”).3. OPTICAL SMOKE DETECTOR Optical smoke detectors. The cable shall be fixed on the ceiling of tunnel tube. Also an indication in English shall be visible.5. The electronic device shall be sealed.5. control rooms and entrance corridors of the service buildings. MVS-Niches and Control Centre mounted on ceiling Detectors in raised floor in the low voltage rooms. All push buttons shall be connected to the fire detecting loop via a coupling element. 10. shall have a breakable glass front and a lockable door. The sensor cable shall be capable of detecting hot gases flowing around the cable as well UJ    Page 142 of194 . The optical smoke detectors and the push buttons “Fire” shall be connected to the fire detection (sub) units with Loops.    of the service buildings and MVS-niches   The size of the housing of the FIRE push buttons shall be approximately 130 x 130 mm w x h. Degree of protection: IP 43 Optical smoke detectors shall be installed: Detectors in every room of the service buildings.3.3. which is suitable for trouble-free fire monitoring in tunnels shall be installed. shielded and highly resistant against electrical interference.

For low voltage rooms two 9 kg dry powder fire extinguisher shall be provided. Control Centre. These zones are necessary to localize the part of tunnel where a fire was detected. Furthermore the sensor cable shall be waterproof in length and width. in the corridors).4. Each heat sensor cable shall be divided into zones. flame-retardant material. FIRE FIGHTING 10.g.     The sensor cable shall be non-sensitive against: Mechanical influences Atmospheric conditions Temperature fluctuations Aggressive chemical agents Corrosive materials Radioactivity Environment temperature: -30° to +80° C The sensor cable shall be made of halogen-free.4. which are about 100m long.5m). But they also may be situated near those rooms (e. Demanded connection-cables between sensor cable and linear fire detection (sub) units shall run directly from the evaluation units and must be electrical and magnetic shielded cables. A precise localization with accuracy of 5 m shall be required. The span of the fixing material depends on the used system by the contractor (but maximum span shall be 1. The exact position is determined at the drafts. In each fire   Page 143 of194 UJ  .  as preferably radiation energy. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Fire extinguishers are provided for all low and medium voltage rooms in service buildings.1. 10. Maintenance-Niches. MVS-Niches. The extinguishers in the buildings and MVS-Niches are placed at an own socket. About every 10 m the fixing material for the sensor cable also shall be made of stainless steel. fixed at the walls. The fire extinguishers shall be made of galvanized steel and resistant against frost.

  Dry powder extinguishers only in rooms with lower voltages than 1. MVS-niches and Control Centre. WATER CONNECTION FOR FIRE FIGHTING To secure the water supply for fire fighting. The switches shall be adjustable independently from each other.4. 8 bar water supply from the water distributor will be used. which shall open and close the valve. and also shall force the activation of the CCTV-system and the Control Centre (by means of the telecontrol system). 10. ELECTRICAL VALVE The electrical valve (motor driven valve) shall be adjustable manually in case of breakdown of the power supply.    extinguisher cabinet also two 9 kg dry powder fire extinguisher shall be placed. A monitoring of the extinguishers is not necessary at the service buildings. and cabling to the to the MVS. The electrical valve shall be equipped with end position and rotary switches.000V are allowed. The removal of a fire extinguisher in the maintenance niche shall be supervised by a sensor. The alarm of removing an extinguisher shall be transmitted primary to the fire detection system. bounce-free and equipped with an opener and make contact. So in the medium voltage rooms CO2-fire extinguishers shall be required. 10. The orders/feedback messages shall be transmitted from/to the telecontrol system. The protection class shall be IP 55. The valves in front of the looped fire water main shall be opened and closed automatically or manually from the service buildings and Control Centre. Float switches. shall be 230/400 V.3. UJ    Page 144 of194 . The water distributor shall provide the needed pressure of minimum 8 bar in the water main.4. relays etc.2.or Maintenance Niche are part of this item. The main connection is situated in the service building Adit 00. sound alarms (including reset button). The voltage of the motor.

the main portals and the access portals. so every UJ    Page 145 of194 . The video signals shall be transmitted via multiplexers to the Service Building South and further via optical fiber cables to the Control Centre. The direction orders shall be controlled from the Control Centre or service buildings. At the Service Building South the signals shall be refreshed and demultiplexed. portal areas. In the Service buildings and in the Control Centre. Five of the CCTVscreens shall show fixed pictures of the tunnel (every 200 m). material. accessories. GENERAL This article covers the CCTV equipment of all the required equipment. access tunnel and shaft and outside the tunnel: Inside the main tunnel tube. which is switched on automatically when an incident occurs. and all labour for the complete CCTV equipment. The outside cameras shall be mounted on a column at a height of 5 m.      11. Optical fiber cable cores shall have a wavelength of 1310 to 1550 nm. these cameras shall be fixed cameras. Thus he is able to inform people via the public address system. The outside cameras in front of the main tunnel portals shall be also fixed cameras. etc. therefore a separate output of the CCTV-picture switchboard shall be available. One of the provided screens shall be defined as emergency screen. The other five screens shall be freely selectable showing any chosen picture. It allows the tunnel operator a surveillance of the situation and the conditions inside the tunnel. the provided CCTV-screens (10 pcs. Intervals of 125 m at each tunnel wall allow a view over the whole tunnel length including maintenance. The outside cameras in front of the portals of the access tunnel and shaft shall be Dome Cameras. The emergency screen shall show the emergency/alarm picture. CCTV cameras shall be installed within the tunnel tube. the cameras shall be also fixed cameras. Inside access tunnel and shaft. where the emergency/alarm screen is connected. CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION SYSTEM   11. all pictures shall be available at the Control Centre. Between the cameras and the multiplexer two fibers shall be provided.1. Generally.) shall be available for supervising the tunnel incl.

etc. With the aid of the colour CCTV system.) clearly at any point within the tunnel. modular components shall be employed where practical and the circuitry shall be assembled in such a way that instructed staff can replace defective modules easily. SCOPE OF WORK CCTV Cameras Camera distribution boxes Camera columns Multiplexers / Demultiplexers Video amplifier CCTV picture switch board at the Service Building South CCTV control panel at the service buildings and at the Control Centre CCTV screens at the service buildings and at the Control Centre Cabling Video recording unit UJ    Page 146 of194 . The CCTV system described in these specifications shall meet the following minimum performance standards. 11.g. the operator(s) at the Control Centre and service buildings shall have clear. All equipment shall be protected from damage by lightning surges and over voltages. The quality of pictures displayed on the screens shall permit the recognition of person's activity (e.      picture shall be available on every screen to make all picture/ screen combinations selectable and re-programmable from the local control panel. At the Service Building Adit 00 and Service Building Adit Nonahalan 4 CCTV-screens (alarm monitors) shall be also provided. The cameras (and screens) shall be of solid state-type. There shall be a digital video recording unit at the Service Building Adit 00 which records all camera pictures continuously and stores (records) the signal of the camera activated under an alarm condition automatically (emergency/alarm picture). repair work. An intelligent video control system shall be provided. manually. intelligible visual information of the tunnel.2. running persons.

CAMERA 11. which shall define the position of the camera for example by km. Each digit can be a number or letter.5 lux for distinguishable picture. The text shall consist of a minimum of ten digits. camera housing with a mounting pole and a heating unit.3. Each fix camera unit shall consist of a CCTV camera. Each camera shall allow any alphanumeric insert text to the picture. It shall be capable of operating under a wide range of lighting conditions.      11. tilt and zoom function. Cameras inside the tunnel tube shall be mounted outside the clearance profile. GENERAL The camera shall be of colour CCD type. minimum Geometric distortion: none Lag and image distortion shall be minimised Automatic white balance Signal to noise: 56 dB minimum Light range 1000000: 1 min with auto-iris lenses Auto black in reference to the darkest picture element Ten-digit insert text for camera recognition (minimum) 625 lines and 50 fields per second Synchronisation: Line-Lock: Synchronises camera to power line zero crossing for roll-free vertical interval switching. varying from brilliant sunshine to night-time with minimal lighting.1. Genlock: Accepts composite video.3.1. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 11. adjustable by at least two buttons. The dome camera shall be vandal-proof camera with pan. Crystal-Lock: Internal crystal reference with full genlock capabilities to allow master synchronisation.3.1. CAMERA 1/2" colour camera of CCD solid-state type Resolution: at least 752 pixels (h) x 582 pixels (v) Sensitivity: 0.2. composite sync or H & V drivers for genlock operation. 11.3. UJ    Page 147 of194 .1.

1. UJ    Page 148 of194 . 11.1.  Lens mount standard "C"     Video output signals: Standard video signal 1 Vpp at 75 Ohm asymmetrical Two wire output 2 Vpp at 150 Ohm symmetrical 11.1.1. Lens for cameras inside the tunnel: f/1.4. Connection cables between each camera head assembly and the corresponding camera distribution box shall be fed down the pole internally. CAMERA HOUSING The waterproof camera housing shall consist of highly corrosion resistant stainless steel material No. 16 mm All other technical specifications as those of the camera.3.3. LENSES Lenses shall be with "C"-mounts. 11. The mechanism shall not allow more than 1/3° free movement (play) in any direction when locked.5. 1. thermostat controlled.90° minimum.4401. The lens shall have auto iris.100 mm The zoom shall be motor driven and remote-controlled. minimum range 11 .4401.3. The material of the mounting bracket shall be of galvanized steel material with painting and shall be resistant against all environmental conditions.1.3. a pan movement of 0° to 360° in horizontal plane and a tilt movement of +/. 50 Hz Window heater: 20 W. overheat limiting thermostat A sun shield for all cameras outside the tunnel has to be provided. DOME CAMERA The electrical connection to the mounting shall be of waterproof fixed plug type.6.6. Velocities of movement shall be approximately 6°/sec.3. Lenses for cameras mounted outside the tunnel: f/1.4. System of protection: IP 65 Input voltage: 230 V. All fixing bolts shall be of stainless steel No. for pan and approximately 3°/sec. 11. CAMERA MOUNTING BRACKET The camera mounting brackets shall be used for mounting the cameras on the tunnel wall or a column.

The housing of the pan/tilt-system shall be waterproof. OPTICAL VIDEO AND DATA TRANSMISSION DOME CAMERAS The video signal of each camera shall be transmitted via an own fibre of a 9/125 µm singlemode fibre-optic cable at the range of 1320 or 1550 nm from the camera to the distribution building north.3. The third fibre shall be used for the control of the pan/tilt/zoom unit. Suitable terminations shall be provided for incoming and outgoing cables.7.   11.3. etc. Appropriate transmitters and receivers changing electrical video signals into optical signals and vice versa shall be provided.    for tilt.3. OPTICAL VIDEO TRANSMISSION FOR FIXED CAMERAS The video signal of each camera shall be transmitted via an own fibre of a 9/125 µm singlemode fibre-optic cable at the range of 1320 or 1550 nm from the camera to the multiplexer. The second fibre of this cable shall be used for data (camera error. Height above ground: 5 m 11.8. control signals and the video signal as well as the electro-optical converter needed for transmission.2. Noise clearance: at least 50 dB Video signal: FBAS 1 Vss at 75 Ohms 11. CAMERA COLUMN The column shall be made of galvanized steel. A second fibre of this cable shall be used for data (camera error.3.) Appropriate transmitters and receivers changing electrical video signals into optical signals and vice versa shall be provided. For Dome cameras.). The fourth fibre shall be spare. The camera distribution boxes shall have a degree of protection of IP 65 and all doors of the camera UJ    Page 149 of194 . etc.3. the distribution box shall also drive the pan/tilt facility and the motor zoom as ordered from the remote control.1. CAMERA DISTRIBUTION BOX Each camera shall be connected with an own camera distribution box containing the necessary hardware to interface the power supply. system of protection: IP 65.1. Noise clearance: at least 50 dB Video signal: FBAS 1 Vss at 75 Ohms 11.

The switching between the cameras in ascending order through the tunnel shall be selectable by speed to be chosen by the operator. which produces a sequence of camera pictures throughout the entire tunnel. CCTV FRAME SWITCHBOARD The CCTV frames from the tunnel shall be connected to the CCTV picture switchboard at the Service Building Adit00 and Adit Nonahalan. Construction details of the boxes and type of the lock shall be subject to the approval of the engineer. Where column/pole-mounted camera distribution boxes are used. able to connect the service screen in the service buildings and Control Centre directly to the switchboard. These devices shall protect the equipment from main voltage (230 V) across a pair of signal lines or between a wire and ground and surges induced on the lines due to lightning etc. shall be provided. The system shall calculate the necessary switching operation based on the chosen speed and the individual distance of the cameras.3. An interface. VIDEO RECORDING UNIT The video picture recording unit consists of: Recording unit Storage Interface to Video-LAN UJ    Page 150 of194 . 11. Preferably all boxes shall be of identical size. The contractor shall state the maximum distance that is allowed between the camera and the camera distribution box. 11. Details shall form part of this submission.3. all cables to the cabinet shall be laid inside of the column/pole. If this is not possible due to physical constraint in the tunnel. So the best mounting point would be the camera column/pole itself.4. Protection devices of an approved design shall be connected to each signal line at each camera distribution box in such a way that no damage occurs under fault conditions. Each outside camera distribution box shall be placed at a suitable point such that the movements of the associated camera are clearly visible and can be easily checked. The system shall enable the operator to select any screen in the control room.      distribution boxes shall be protected by a suitable lock. The cables shall be easily maintain-able from ground. one for use inside the tunnel and one for the outside cameras.5. Camera distribution boxes for tunnel cameras shall be mounted near to the camera above the clear open space on the tunnel wall. The contractor shall state the surge protection capabilities of these limiting devices. not more than two standard box sizes shall be used.

      The analogue digital signal from the camera shall be transmitted to the camera distribution box. Minimum requirement: 4 pictures per second of each camera shall be saved for a period of 24 hours.31 kByte/frame 704x576 RAID-Level 5 n > 3 Dimensioning Alarm storage 48. The video picture recording shall be designed in such a way with the appropriate capacities. The alarm storage shall be designed following. Maximum available storage: 4 pictures per second of each camera shall be saved for a period of 168 hours and may be overwritten if the storage is full (ring storage). An event orientated recording (initiation by the tunnel control unit (SCADA)) shall be realized separated and shall not be overwritten or deleted automatically. they shall be stored on the hard disks (RAID Units). In the service building the signals shall be de-multiplexed and digitized by the Digital Video Codecs. Therefore every RAID Unit can be equipped with 6 hard drives. which shall convert the electrical signal into optical signal. In case of an alarm. 25 frames per second for a period of five hours shall be recorded by four (the emergency / accident place nearest) CCTV cameras.98 Gbyte Following hard drives shall be used 500 Gbyte Sum 3x500 GB (2xVideo Storage.49 Gbyte Total video storage 122.49 Gbyte Dimensioning Normal(Ring-) storage 74. which shall be situated in the MVSNiches. Through optical fiber cable the video signal shall be transmitted to the multiplexer. 1xParity) per RAID-LEVEL-5 Unit (because of the twochannel technology) 2 pieces of Digital Video Codecs can be connected. The picture repetition rate of the normal (ring-) storage must be able to be adjusted independently to the alarm storage. An event UJ    Page 151 of194 . that five alarms can be stored during a period of one hour each. Digital Video Codec and Storage . After the video signals were digitized. After 24 hours the stored pictures may be overwritten if the storage is full (Ring storage). From the Multiplexer the video signals shall be sent via an optical fiber cable ring to the Service Building South.Minimum dimensioning Cameras Ring storage 8 cameras Cameras Alarm storage 4 cameras Frame rate Alarm 25 fps Frame rate Normal 4 fps Storage Time Alarm 5 h Storage Time Normal 24 h Resolution Alarm and Normal 26.

compress (e.Maximum dimensioning Cameras Ring storage 8 cameras Cameras Alarm storage 8 cameras Frame rate Alarm 25 fps Frame rate Normal 4 fps Storage Time Alarm 24 h Storage Time Normal 168 h Resolution Alarm and Normal 26. It shall be also possible to delete the pictures after a certain time (for example 90 days) automatically.g.96 Gbyte Following hard drives shall be used 500 Gbyte Sum 3x500 GB (2xVideo Storage.31 kByte/frame 704x576 RAID-Level 5n>3 Dimensioning Alarm storage 465.55 Gbyte Dimensioning Normal(Ring-) storage 521. the oldest pictures shall be overwritten automatically. The alarm storage shall be designed following. With the digitization and compression no quality loss in relation to the live pictures shall be noticeable. Of each camera. 25 frames per second for a period of 24 hours shall be recorded by eight (the emergency/accident place nearest) CCTV cameras. Therefore every RAID Unit can be equipped with 6 hard drives. The UJ    Page 152 of194 . In case of an alarm.41 Gbyte Total video storage 986. The picture repetition rate of the normal (ring-) storage shall be able to be adjusted independently to the alarm storage. The hard disks shall be divided into normal and alarm storage. Digital Video Codec and Storage . that 6 alarms can be stored during a period of four hours each. H. 1xParity) per RAID-LEVEL-5 Unit (because of the two-channel technology) 2 pieces of Digital Video Codecs can be connected. pictures shall be saved in free adjustable intervals. following shall be possible: Save pictures during the alarm to the alarm storage Save picture before the alarm from the normal storage to the alarm storage The storage of the pictures shall be realized by hard disks with a RAID 5 system. If the normal storage is full. The video picture recording shall be designed in such a way with the appropriate capacities.      orientated recording (initiation by the tunnel control unit (SCADA)) shall be realized separated and shall not be overwritten or deleted automatically. The pictures of all cameras shall be digitized in an appropriate way.264. MPEG4 or MJPEG) and shall be stored on the hard disks. In case of an alarm.

6.7. no alarm shall be triggered but in case a human or a truck is going to enter the tunnel an alarm shall be activated in the Control Centre and service buildings. 11. reduced contrast because of dust in the tunnel. minimum 2.66 GHz. The detection of humans – never mind of standing or moving – shall be realized within 20 seconds.technology. in order to make an exact localization and a detailed notification of emergency. Failures and errors of the recording unit shall be transferred to SCADA. The dimensioning and calculation of the storage shall be performed by the contractor and shall be approved by the client. UJ    Page 153 of194 .D2). which are entering the tunnel. The system must be able to detect pedestrians. 64 bit Frontsidebus 800 MHz RAM 3 GB DDR2-800 RAM Hard disk 250 GB. different monitoring zones must be definable (at least 6 per camera). During the monitoring of the tunnel on pedestrians. including picture switchboard and recording unit.      occupancy rate of the storage shall be transferred to SCADA. It shall be fulfil following specifications: Hardware: Screen 15” TFT screen Display S-VGA. minimum Operating System Windows XP or Windows 7 Network Fast Ethernet minimum 100 Mbit Software and functions: Suitable software for the control of the whole CCTV system. built in the 19 “swing frames in the distribution cabinets. cars or trucks and trains. etc. VIDEO DETECTION UNIT The execution of the video detection units shall be in 19“. If a train passes the tunnel. The storage units shall be provided as standard sizes for continuous operation. 11.3. The CCTV pictures near the alarm place shall be displayed on the CCTV alarm screens. For the detection one camera at each portal side shall be placed (TV. TV.3. With the video detection unit it shall be possible to difference between pedestrians.D1. The video detection unit shall be able to evaluate the video pictures also in case of a reduced illuminance. 256 MB Resolution 1024x768 CPU: 2xDualCore. VIDEO MANAGEMENT AND VISUALISATION SERVER The video management unit is the main unit of the CCTV system.

the cables shall be installed in PVC conduits.3.8. Outside the tunnel. 11. Each camera shall be connected to the optical video transmission unit or the optical video and data transmission unit with an optical fiber cable. COLOUR SCREENS At the Control Centre 10 screens and in each service buildings 4 screens for the CCTV system shall be situated.8.920 x 1. standard video signal 1 Vpp at 75 Ohm. CABLING Inside the tunnels. The data shall be transmitted via optical fiber cables to the service building..1.3. UJ    Page 154 of194 . Administration and configuration of the video network (Video-LAN) Tools for burning a CD and print the video pictures 11. 11. DVI Durable metal housing All screens shall possess a dark palpation. the cabling from camera to the next maintenance niche shall be installed in the cable tray of the tunnel lighting and the cabling from the maintenance niche to the multiplexers shall be installed under the walkway in the conduits. for example if no signal is connected to the input of the screens the screen shall get switched dark (no screen flares/flickering). TUNNEL RADIO The tunnel radio system is not part of this scope. CCTV CONTROL PANEL The CCTV-system of the tunnel shall be connected to the CCTV control panel at the Control Centre and at the service buildings (picture selection. pan/tilt/zoom orders.080p Supply-voltage: 100 to 250 VAC Multi-standard: PAL Inputs: FBAS. Also those screens shall be designed for an operation of 24 hours a day.9.. 365 days a year. or hanging down from the ceiling or mounted on a wall.). Technical specifications: Colour TFT screen with 22” screen diagonal Resolution: 1. The screens shall be placed on the desk.      Software to show every selected pictures (live pictures or pictures from the storage).3.

g. At the service buildings and at the Control Centre a control unit with microphone for the announcements shall be situated.g. Therefore loudspeakers shall be installed every 50 m in the main tunnel. only the loudspeakers near the accident. 12. PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM   12. which shall be supplied with audiodata via electric loudspeaker cables from the service buildings and MVS-niches. UJ    Page 155 of194 . in a range of 1 to 4 kHz. all loudspeakers ON. With the arrangement of 50 m distance the best acoustic shall be guaranteed. GENERAL Public address system shall be provided to inform / warn maintenance and service staff and give instructions to people in abnormal conditions (after evacuation of a train.2. e.1. can reach a minimum sound pressure level of 110 dB(A) in a distance of 3 m. Operator terminals shall be located in the service buildings at the portals and in the Control Centre. At the Service Building Adit 00 the central unit for the public address system shall be situated.).      12. This central unit shall be connected to the Control Centre by use of the telecontrol system.).3. etc. SCOPE OF WORK Loudspeakers Amplifiers (wide-band amplifiers) Digital Sound Processing Unit E/O and O/E Converter Loudspeaker Central Unit Cabling 12. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION The loudspeakers shall be fed by multi-range amplifiers. The loudspeakers itself shall work with 100 V supply-voltage (from the amplifiers). With these control units different circuits of loudspeakers can be switched on (e. The dimension of the facility shall be determined in the way that one loudspeaker device.

3.3. Characteristics: Remote control with inrush current limiting Wear-free digital level control Switch-On-noise suppression Status signals for operation. control lamps.3.industrial design. which can control each output channel. with overload and short circuit protection.      12. The amplifiers shall be marked clearly readable and permanent at the front side. The amplifiers shall be installed within 19” swing frames in the distribution cabinets to provide good access to the control elements. control lamps. standby. The digital sound processing unit shall be installed within 19” swing frames in the distribution cabinets to provide good access to the control elements.1. LOUDSPEAKERS Loudspeaker inclusive associated equipment as well as construction. 12. test and monitoring sockets and cables. test LED control display Technical data: Construction type: Inputs: Power: Distortion factor: Frequency range: Output: 19” 4xAudio-LF-IN 4x 100W 0 / less than 1% 60 – 15000 Hz 70V/50 Ohm – 100 V/100 Ohm. Technical data: Material: Degree of protection: Nominal Power: Nominal Voltage: Frequency range: Aluminium IP 65 50 W 100 V 200 – 5000 Hz 12.2.3. DIGITAL SOUND PROCESSING UNIT The signal preparation shall be realized with a 24bit A/D-converter and the internal signal preparation with 32 bit floating point signal processor. The digital sound processing unit shall be marked clearly readable and UJ    Page 156 of194 . AMPLIFIER The amplifiers shall be solid state amplifiers in 19“. and as well as the total signals independently in gain and delay guides. Overheat protection. test and monitoring sockets and cables.

3.optical fibre cable Output LF: LF signal Power supply: 24 VDC UJ    Page 157 of194 . Technical data E/O: Type: able for 19” fitting Input LF: LF signal Output optical: 2x ST or SC for Multimode-optical fibre cable Transmitted: Power supply: up to 2000 m 24 VDC Technical data O/E: Type: able for 19” fitting Input optical: 2x ST or SC for Multimode. E/O – O/E CONVERTER The transmission of the low frequency signals from the loudspeaker central in the Service Building South to the optic fibre patch panels and further to the DSP units and amplifiers in the MVS.  permanent at the front side.     Characteristics: Input with 1xhigh-pass and 1x low-pass Output with 1x high-pass and 1x low-pass Status LEDs Remote power on Self-Monitoring Technical data: Construction type: A/D-Converting: Sampling rate: Inputs: Input impedance: Outputs: Output impedance: Distortion factor: Frequency range: 19” minimum 16 bit 48 kHz 1x Audio-LF-Input (XLR) 10 kOhm 4x Autdio-NF-Outputs (XLR) 50 Ohm less than or equal 0.01% 50 – 20000 Hz 12.and Maintenance Niches shall be realized with Electrical/Optical or Optical/Electrical Converters.4.

test and monitoring sockets and cables. The loudspeaker central unit shall consist of following modules/equipment: 1x basis equipment with central control and operation unit 1x extension rack 1x digital voice recording unit 1x microphone/Line-In input module 1x communication terminal 1x relay module (blocking. The necessary equipment shall be installed within 19” swing frames in the distribution cabinets to provide good access to the control elements. error massages) 1x Line module (8x group lines. relay modules.      12.5.3. The equipment shall be marked clearly readable and permanent at the front side. LOUDSPEAKER CENTRAL UNIT The loudspeaker central unit shall be installed with all necessary units (input modules.6 dBm and – 20 dBm Impedance: 600 Ohm Noise level: < .46 dBm Distortion factor: < 10 % UJ    Page 158 of194 . 1x connection to LAN) Interface to tunnel radio system: Low frequency range: 300 – 3400 Hz Output level: . etc.6 dBm + 2 dB Input level: between .). control lamps. control unit.

values. GENERAL This article covers the whole equipment of the telecontrol system between the service buildings. orders. TELECONTROL SYSTEM 13. materials and accessories.2. The telecontrol system shall use built-in self-checks including status checks of all data transmitted and shall automatically send fault alarms in the event of disturbances.and visualization interface and process visualization system as the control station in the service buildings. The control computer shall have following specifications: Software: The control station in the Control Centre shall have the same user. The data shall be collected and evaluated at the PLCs. transmitted to the main control unit at the Service Building Adit 00 and further transmitted to the Control Centre by use of fast Ethernet LAN over optical fiber cables.      13. The digital inputs and outputs from the tunnel shall be concentrated at Programmable Logic Controls (PLCs) which are situated at the MVS-Niches and service buildings and distributed I/O units which shall be situated at service buildings. CONTROL CENTRE The control and monitoring of the tunnel during normal operation shall be realized by the operator computer at the Control Centre. The video transmission as well as the audio transmission (tunnel radio and loudspeakers) has to be realized with 2 optical fiber cables. The telecontrol system shall transmit the necessary information for the operation of Niayesh tunnel at the tunnel site itself as well as between the tunnel site and the Control Centre. With this configuration 2 x A-DF(ZN)2Y 4 E9/125 fibers between the tunnel site and the Control Centre are needed: 13. from Service Building Adit00 and Adit Nonahalan to the Control Centre as well as to the MVS-niches and to the maintenance niches including all required equipment. alarms. With the process visualization system it shall be possible to select the pictures of UJ    Page 159 of194 .1. etc. MVS-niches and maintenance niches. This information contains indications. This control station shall have four screens for process control and eight video screens.

Generally the transmission between the PLCs through the whole tunnel system shall be realized by an optic fiber tunnel LAN.2. PDF Writer. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 13. Each PLC shall be built up modular with the necessary bus coupler interfaces.4.1.4. But inside the service buildings or MVS-Niches also copper bus cables are allowed for connecting PLCs.3.4. one for UPS.   Data. DVD Writer. one for medium voltage control and UJ    Page 160 of194 . PLC PLC (redundant) Service Building Adit 00 PLC (redundant) Service Building Vali-e-Asr PLC (redundant) MVS Niche Adit Golshar PLC (redundant) Service Building Adit Nonahalan All PLCs shall belong to one and the same system family. Additional software like as office suite. tests etc. whether expressly specified thereafter or not as well as all labour.    the CCTV-system and further to display them on the video screens. The PLCs shall be redundant. At each location of a PLC (service buildings. One distributed I/O unit for ventilation. MVS-niches) additionally a notebook-interface shall be provided for parameterizing. 13. audio and emergency call between the Control Centre and the Service Building South shall be transmitted via optical fibre cables and switches. specified to this section or section 01 13. serial interfaces. 13. SCOPE OF WORK All required transmission links Cabling All other materials and components required for complete installation and function. this means one PLC unit with a redundant CPU and redundant power supply unit. DISTRIBUTED I/O´S AND FIELDBUS Generally one distributed I/O unit at each maintenance niche and maintenance cabinet. video pictures. etc.

      one for other stuff at each MVS-Niche. etc. bus couplers interfaces (for the connection between PLC and Distributed I/O unit). Refreshing data (default recording cycle): CO data every 5 minutes Dust particle data every 5 minutes Air velocity data every 1 minute Temperature data (linear fire detector) as fast as possible. The following amount of data shall be transmitted between Control Centre and the tunnel site: All required input and output messages to and from the central computer at the Control Centre: Digital Inputs: 1400 Digital Outputs: 1100 Analogue Inputs: 30 Analogue outputs: 10 Serial inputs: 2400 Serial outputs: 400 Counter inputs: 70 Spare capacity of 50 % for the data listed above. The fieldbus system shall be preferably Profibus DP. power supply adapters. The distributed I/O unit shall include various components like input and output devices. One distributed I/O unit for UPS. The transmission of the data to the input and output modules shall be established by an optic fiber fieldbus ring.3. 13. The transmission system shall comprise self-checks including status checks of all data transmitted and shall send fault alarms when disturbances or malfunctions occur. DATA TRANSMISSION For the Niayesh tunnel an optic fiber fieldbus ring shall be provided.4. one for medium voltage control and one for other stuff at each service building. maximum 20 seconds CCTV-pictures continuously Tunnel radio transmission continuously Public address signal transmission continuously UJ    Page 161 of194 . in the MVSNiches and in the maintenance niches and cabinets. The connection between the tunnel site and Control Centre also shall be realized with optical fibers. The distributed input / output units shall be placed in the service buildings.

      13.4.3. -2 analogy outputs -Electronic short circuit protection -Output voltage: 0…10V.5 Analogue input module: Analogue input modules convert the analogue input signals to digital signals for the internal data processing. + 10V -Output current: 4…20mA. I/O MODULES AND OLM The minimum requirements of the I/O Modules following: Digital input module: 8 digital inputs which shall be able to be controlled simultaneous LEDs to display the signal conditions of the inputs Potential equalization to the backplane bus Label field Nominal Input Voltage DC24V o o For high level: 15V…30V For low level: -3V…+5V Digital output module: 8 digital outputs which shall be able to be controlled simultaneous LEDs to display the signal conditions of the inputs Potential equalization to the backplane bus Label field Electronic short circuit protection Nominal Output Voltage high level: 24V + 1. + 20mA -Resolution: 12Bit for range 4…20mA and 0…10V -Label field Optical Link Module (OLM) OLMs are responsible for the converting of the electrical PROFIBUS signals into optical UJ    Page 162 of194 . -2 analogue inputs -Maximum input voltage = 20V -Maximum input current = 40mA -Resolution: 12Bit for range 4…20mA and 0…10V -Label field -Nominal Output Voltage high level: 24V + 1.5 Analogue output module: Analogue output modules convert internal digital signal to analogue signal.1.

3. Software-updates through FTP-server(s) shall be possible.4. FAST-ETHERNET SWITCHES Fast Ethernet switches according to IEEE 802. -Amount of interfaces: 1x SUB-D(RS485). WLAN tag according to IEEE 802.      PROFIBUS signals and vice versa.1 D. Maximum distance: 30 km.3 and ISO/IEC 8802/3. 13.3. A self-contained detection of transmission velocity and modus shall be supported. Hardware self-test and a watchdog shall detect (internal) faults. MULTIPLEXERS / DEMULTIPLEXERS: For CCTV-transmission optical/optical multiplexers and optical/electrical demultiplexers shall be used. They shall include two full duplex 1 Gbit/s FX-ports with SC-connections for 9/125 µm singlemode fibers as well as 1 Gbit/s ports with shielded twisted pair (STP) Ethernet interfaces (RJ 45) according to needs. Basic filtering services shall be used according to IEEE 802. An electro-magnetic compatibility (EMC) according to directive 89/336/EWG and amendments shall be guaranteed. A redundant voltage supply shall be used.1 Q shall be supported. Automatic reversal during fault scenario shall reconfigure the Ethernet ring (Tunnel-LAN) within 1 second.6 Kbit/s to 3 Mbit/s -Power supply: 24 V DC 13. The multiplexers shall be installed in the MVS-Niches and the demultiplexers shall be installed in the Service Building South. but at least 2. The switch shall be suitable for building a fault-tolerant ring structure (in case of failure of the Tunnel-LAN). The multiplexers / demultiplexers shall be equipped with the needed number and types of connections needed for data transmission. Store and forward switching shall be used.2.4. Safety extra-low voltage according to IEC/EN 60950 shall be supported/used. 4xBFOC(Multimode) -Transmission speed: 9. suitable for real-time data and voice transmission shall be provided.3. UJ    Page 163 of194 .1 D 1998. Two priority queues according to IEEE 802.

2. but it shall allow on-line adjustments of control thresholds/set-points for the plant. The whole Control Centre equipment shall be fed by an Uninterruptible Power Supply UJ    Page 164 of194 .4. which shall be necessary especially while the system is in operation or during trial operation. The system for automatic monitoring and control of the tunnel environment shall include.4. status indicator panel. CENTRAL COMPUTER SYSTEM 13. GENERAL To prevent system faults from causing a deterioration of the monitoring functionality.4. 10 Video screens shall provide an overview of the tunnel systems and the most important elements of its operating status. One workstation (visual display unit) in each service building and in the Control Centre including two monitors and one keyboard each. PC general (“Office workstation”) with Microsoft Office 2010 Package.      13.4. their components and interfaces.1. but not be limited to. FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS 13. SYSTEM OVERVIEW The contractor shall be responsible for developing the described systems.4. Integration / parameterization PC for parameterization of the whole system LAN connection to the SCADA system for remote maintenance by the contractor’s communication.4.4.1. the software shall be capable of operating at full speed of the modem to guarantee fast reaction.4. allowing simultaneous viewing of system overview and detailed pages as well as CCTV-pictures. the whole system shall be designed to have a high degree of availability. the following elements: Central SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) monitoring equipment with watchdog link. SCADA software shall provide the required degree of supervision and control whilst maintaining a high degree of clarity and user friendliness. interface equipment and supporting hardware. Password protection shall be provided to restrict access to these facilities. These specifications are typical minimum requirements.2. The design of the system’s software and firmware shall only permit off-line software amendments. 13.

2. etc.4. running/stopped/out of service/fault Operating state. Time from the arrival of information at a PLC until status changes at the workstation (visual display unit) shall be less than 3 seconds Time from a command at the workstation (visual display unit) until the output signal is received at the field element shall be less than 3 seconds The Control Centre equipment shall be designed in accordance with best ergonomic principles. automatic/manual lighting on/off and ventilation steps Measured values of all measuring points/sensors throughout the plant Position of each camera shown on the video monitors. Except under emergency and UJ    Page 165 of194 . separately Total energy currently consumed as well as for ventilation and others Total energy consumed as well as for ventilation and others Control availability. but not be limited to: Plant status. e. Digital and analogue monitoring circuits shall be independent of plant control and power circuits.g.2. The parameters to be monitored shall include.g.     Response time: Full screen build-up or refresh time shall be less than 5 seconds. Analogue circuits shall be suitable for 4 – 20 mA operation. e. open/closed Operating hours for each fan. Monitoring circuits shall be loop powered from the relevant PLC control system. e. 13. applicable Iranian and International standards and shall allow working without tiredness and glare during day and night time for operating personal as well as visitors and additional people managing major incidents.4.  (UPS).g. local/off/remote. PLANT MONITORING AND CONTROL To ensure that an appropriate response is given to every fault or emergency the tunnel operator shall have access to the operational status of all principal items of the tunnel equipment at all times and shall be alerted at any circumstances requiring speedy action. high/low.

The status of all UPS systems shall be monitored by the SCADA system.4. alarm signals from the monitoring systems will usually be classified as follows: Alarm signals classed as “URGENT” shall include all events or circumstances. which involve an actual or potential hazard/danger requiring immediate action.1.2. An automatic load rejection from the SCADA system which shall limit the consumed electrical load (throwing off load) is not designated. 13. for example alarms which indicate a breach/lack of security. the operation of the plant shall normally be controlled automatically by the PLC-based and distributed I/O systems receiving signals from the various monitors and detectors at the tunnel site and transmitting signals as required. ALARM CLASSIFICATION Depending on the immediacy of the action required. Alarms UJ  from linear fire   detection system shall be given the highest Page 166 of194 . The following is typical for the plant to be monitored and controlled: Tunnel lighting Lighting control for: Main tunnel lighting Access tunnel and –shaft lighting Emergency lighting Escape tunnel lighting Tunnel ventilation Air-speed -Direction of air flow in the tunnel Number of jet fans in operation Jet fans on/off (for each jet fan) Jet fans winding temperature (for each jet fan) Electrical system The SCADA system shall monitor the electrical supply and distribution system for status and loads.2.4.      maintenance conditions.

alarm. All fault-.4. The software shall allow received faults and alarms to be acknowledged in any order. “RECORD” alarms include events such as plant switching events and the entry or exit of personnel attending the service’s buildings. professional OEM software-package enabling data exchange with the tunnel site.4.3.g. These alarms shall be presented audibly and visually (flashing texts/symbols) on the SCADA’s system operator interface. It shall not be possible to clear alarms until the input has not been repaired / rectified. storage and downloading of fault-. which receive from the monitoring equipment shall be stored for future reference and analysis. This allows the tunnel operator to prioritise and fasten any response. providing and running all programs required as   Page 167 of194 . i. MAIN CONTROL UNIT UJ  The server shall consist of a state-of-the art PC. Procedures for handling. The alarm management shall be carried out in/at the SCADA system rather than the individual PLCs.2. e.3. After the alarm has been accepted or acknowledged.4. 13.e. Further sub-classification may be desirable.      priority/classification followed by all other fire alarms including emergency push button “FIRE” alarms and fire extinguisher removal.4. alarm. actions resulting from normal plant operation. New alarms shall always be clearly announced to the operator. to separate items which can be left for a week from those which shall be attended the next day. the alarm banner shall disappear and the alarm shall be silenced.1. Long-term storage of the data shall be kept to a minimum. Alarms shall remain flashing until they are accepted or acknowledged by the operator. The alarms shall be generated in/at the SCADA system by comparing the received signal with the configured alarms levels. A suitable software search engine shall be provided to assist in the analysis of fault records.2. Alarms classed as “ALERT” do not require immediate action but repairing action will need to be taken.and event-data shall be determined according to local requirements. Typically. this announcement would consist of an alarm banner at the top or bottom of each display.and eventmessages. Alarms shall also be displayed on the appropriate detail graphic and in an alarm log. Although these alarms require no action they provide an historical record which is useful for fault investigation. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 13. Urgent messages shall be printed out on a protocol printer. irrespective of which graphic is being currently viewed on the monitor.

UJ    Page 168 of194 . 64 bit 4 GB expandable to 8 GB Dual-Channel Rambus-DRAM memory The tunnel operator shall be able to connect each live or stored CCTV picture to any CCTV monitor. Each ‘view’ or ‘window’ may be enlarged.    well as enabling storing and restoring of any process data.200 rotations/minute 8x reading / 4x write /2x rewrite for tapes with at least 20GB.66 GHz. true colour Redundant Fast Ethernet 1 Gbit/s 64 bit 128 bit 512 kB 400 MHz 3 x 1000 GB (RAID-Level 5).2. CPU: Memory: Videoboard: Interfaces: PCI bus width: Memory bus width: L1 Cache: Front side bus: Hard disk: DVD-writer DAT-drive Operating system: 2xDualCore. 64 bit 4 GB DDR SDRAM. CPU: Memory: DualCore. the large-screen projectors and / or to the digital video recording unit using the workstation (visual display unit). Screens shall be interchangeable to allow a number of pictures to be displayed simultaneously.3. 60Mbyte/min Windows 7 Windows XP Professional or with Service Pack Redundant power supply unit Keyboard and mouse USB   actual The server-system consists of two servers as described above. The monitors shall allow simultaneous viewing of system overview and detailed diagrams. WORKSTATIONS (CONTROL AND VISUALISATION) The workstation PCs for both operators shall be state-of-the art PC.4. extendable to 8 GB 1280 x 1024 Pixels. minimum 2.4. reduced or moved by cursor control. professional OEM software-package enabling supervising and control of the system.66 GHz. the system shall to be fully redundant. minimum 2. It shall be possible to generate hardcopy-outputs of the screens via the system’s colour printer.2. 13. 15.

3.3. 7200 rotations / minute 8x reading / 4x write /2x rewrite Windows XP Windows 7 or actual Professional with   13. min. min.2.24bit colour depth) for 14 screens (Control Centre) and 6 screens (Service Buildings) .24bit colour depth) Hard disk: 1x min. CardREader. 4xEthernet. TrueColor (min. SERVICE NOTEBOOK Following specifications of the computer: CPU Dual Core: min. 1xPCMCIA Type 2 DVD-writer 8x reading / 4x write /2x rewrite Operating System: Windows XP Professional or Windows 7 with latest Service Pack.66 GHz/2 Mb 800FSB Memory: min. 2xUSB 2.3.2. 500GB SATA HDD Interfaces: min.0. 15. 2. 320GB SATA HDD Interfaces: min.4.4.  Videoboards:   WSXGA (1680x1050). 4xEthernet. VGA Output.4. 13.2x min. CardREader. UJ    Page 169 of194 .4" WXGA (1280x768). DVD-writer 8x reading / 4x write /2x rewrite Operating System: Windows XP Professional or Windows 7 with latest Service Pack. 1x RS232. 2xUSB 2.4. Inclusive all required facilities and installation. 1x RS232.0. SERVICE COMPUTER Following specifications of the computer: CPU Dual Core: min.24bit colour depth) Hard disk: 1x min. TrueColor (min. 2 GB DDR-RAM Videoboards: WSXGA (1680x1050).4. 2. TrueColor (min.66 GHz/2 Mb 800FSB Memory: min. 2 GB DDR-RAM Videoboards: min. VGA Output. 1000GB SATA HDD Interfaces: PCI bus width: Memory bus width: L1 Cache: Front side bus: Hard disk: DVD-writer Operating system: Service Pack Keyboard and mouse Redundant power supply unit USB Redundant Fast Ethernet 1 Gbit/s 64 bit 128 bit 512 kB 400 MHz minimum 2x1000 GB SATA. Inclusive all required facilities and installation.

not permitted. estimated and detailed requirements and from which a functional specification shall be written. If any command is out of range of usual operation i.  13.3. A SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) system specification shall be produced which supports both. storing and accessing information/data relating to tunnel events.5.4.4. The minimum user groups which shall be provided.4.e. The SCADA system shall also provide an useful platform for entering.4.2.6. an alarm is generated which must be accepted and the action/command confirmed before the command can be executed.2. Each manual control must be confirmed before it can be executed. 13.   SCADA SYSTEM   The executive and system software shall be proprietary packages. fully proven for the intended application. costs and/or other relevant data. including: Tunnel operator Tunnel supervisor Contractor’s service engineer UJ    Page 170 of194 . The SCADA system shall be located in the Control Centre and in the service buildings. The SCADA system shall provide 3 levels of control: Fully automatic: driven by environmental monitoring Fully automatic: driven only by environmental monitoring Remote manual over-ride: from the tunnel’s Control Centre The SCADA system shall be capable of following tasks: The operator(s) shall have manual control just by clicking the corresponding symbol of the equipment which shall be controlled on the relevant graphics page. but the user groups shall not be able to access each other’s privileged information. The SCADA system shall provide an interface to the traffic control system for automatic signal setting in the event of failure of any important plant. Local manual control: in case of a failure of the SCADA system or for maintenance or test purposes. PRIVILEGES AND MODES Explanation of “privilege levels”: There shall be a number of user groups with access to common data.3.

at the tunnel’s Control Centre and service buildings. Data logging. alarm reporting etc. UJ    Page 171 of194 . access levels at any workstation shall automatically revert to the lowest level (at a predetermined time after the last key was pressed) in a safe manner. To prevent unauthorised use if the system/station is left unattended. The reports shall contain the following: For operation and maintenance: Daily log of events Daily fault log Daily log of outstanding faults Monthly log of events Monthly fault log Yearly fault log For planning/designing and monitoring: Energy usage Plant running hours Air quality versus time Lighting and fan steps versus time The memory capacity or storage media of the system shall be sufficient for storing records of all events over a thirteen month period without loss. controlled and tested conditions). alarm reports: All data logging.      System user access levels (in order) to suit operational needs shall include: -Monitoring only (Operator cannot issue/direct commands) Control (Operator can issue/direct commands) Configuration/editing/engineering (done by service engineer) System operating (only from the integration / parameterization PC under off-line. shall be carried out by the SCADA system which shall be capable of producing site specific printed reports on demand.

current state of tunnel lighting.3. status of each fan. location of a fire alarm.4. The complete equipment as well as all data points at the tunnel site shall be integrated in the SCADA-system at Control Centre and service buildings. alarm and maintenance demands. There shall be an alarm banner or a similar system so that alarms are always presented no matter what page is currently being viewed.g. SCADA SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS The SCADA system’s hardware and software shall be capable of consolidating the functional requirements outlined in the various sections of this document.2.4. Graphical user interface: The whole plant shall be presented on at least 150 menu-guided graphic displays including: Tunnel installation overview Electrical supply and distribution system Tunnel lighting Ventilation system and air control Emergency call system and fire detection system CCTV system All measured data and all derived data shall be shown on all relevant graphic pages.      13. Minimum requirement: Fully graphical operator interface Graphic resolution 1280 x 1024 pixels “Windowing” facility for displays Support of redundancy Free development of graphics pages by the means of a graphical editor Capable of 500 graphics pages Plant graphics shall be dynamic and show live plant data Capable of 30000 process variables UJ    Page 172 of194 .7.). The data presented on the tunnel overview graphic shall cover all key information (e. etc.

which can be tested on proper function.    Recording and archiving of the plant’s data in accordance with standards Ready/fast access to archived data User configuration and development of protocols and archives Alarm management to relevant standards (see also item “Alarm classification”). shall be tested by the software. Any system equipment. progress controls. UJ    Page 173 of194 . The results of these tests shall be written / stored into the automatic system check log file whereby every testing loop shall be recorded and the verification of the function and status of the system shall be recorded together with the date and time of the relevant check. etc. Set-point values shall be operator configurable Simulation of the whole plant in off-line modus Menu-guided template-orientated tools for configuration   Detail requirements of the Graphical User Interface: The contractor shall initiate a meeting at the start of the development of the graphical user interface (GUI) package and organize regular meetings as necessary to monitor the development of the GUI. With a mouse click the corresponding menu shall be highlighted and opened. toolbars. The GUI has to meet the requirements of a modern and ergonomic visualisation system in automation and control systems. The software package shall be designed in such a way. The GUI-package shall run automatic system tests in cycles and record/store a protocol of such tests. tick boxes. The software package shall be controllable by mouse and keyboard. No development (also of parts) of the GUI-package shall be proceeded unless the approval of the engineer. No edit or delete function for these log files shall be available to the tunnel operator’s user group. A permanent log record shall be written which shall document all manipulations and operations performed by the active user. Any selection along the menus shall be possible by using the mouse pointer. This log record shall allow to check and control all activities initiated by the tunnel operator and shall document any manual operation. control and dialog boxes. Finally speaking the handling of the software package has to follow closely Microsoft Windows and the known Microsoft Windows features such as pulldown menus.structure and layout. sliders. that every operator shall login at the beginning of his working shift. The log file shall only be accessible to the GUIadministrator.

In contrast to most of the interactive applications. suitable window manager. shall enable the tunnel operator to control bigger parts of the process. which can be used without additional programming. pan and decluttering techniques for world maps   Animation of picture elements in any way desired through automatic damage repair All graphical features shall be wholly and interactively customisable by using editors Object-oriented architecture gives extension capability Client/server architecture for scalability The GUI shall offer a complete solution. The handling of all monitors shall be possible with the same input devices without switching. The multi-screen technique of the GUI shall offer the possibility to spread the pictures over different monitors at one workplace. but not be limited to: Safe user interfaces through customized windows Ergonomic picture refresh by double buffering Complex control desks based on multi-screen technique zoom. the arrangement of the windows shall only be partly controlled by the user. Windows in automation and control systems: The windows of the GUI shall bring different pictures on the screen at the same time. like the picture contents. The GUI for automation and control shall distinguish between information that is relevant for safety and less important information. The window manager shall offer multiple mechanisms for the creation of customized safe user interfaces including: Definition of priorities shall windows make overlap Fixed or partly fixed window layout Constrain-able interactive user input options Control of the window manager Multi-screen technique: An ergonomic design of picture contents. shall be custom-designed. as well as the use of a customized. UJ    Page 174 of194 . In the automation and control industry the use of windows shall be considered before the operating period and.    It shall include.

Thereby rules for combination shall be specified so that it is no longer necessary for the application to pre-process the process data for graphical display. Generally only parts of the pictures have to be displayed. There shall be no problem to link different process values to one graphical attribute or to make different graphical attributes dependent on the same process variable. independent of the types of the objects and overlaps between them. As a result. Symbols shall be constructed with basic graphical primitives such as lines. This sets special requirements for the variability of the available display elements and for the flexibility of the process links. for example. If an object is updated. Curves/graphs: An important display element of the GUI shall be the set of curves/graphs. Damage repair and double buffering have to be absolutely necessary for the use of the world map technique with decluttering. The various zoom levels permitted in a given window can be configured as attributes of the window. At the GUI every attribute of a picture element shall be linked with the value of a process variable. polygons and circles and stored in symbol libraries. Damage repair and double buffering: The generation of graphics shall be cut down to the necessary minimum because of the time it requires. Arithmetic and logical functions shall be available for the pre-processing of process values. This method shall be completely custom-configured. Each picture element shall have a number of attributes. which can be used for animation of the process picture. but large. UJ    Page 175 of194 . the GUI shall supply completely quiet pictures even with high update rates. The GUI attains this by using a hierarchical display-file concept. World map and zoom decluttering: It is usual to show the process in few. The navigation within a large picture shall be effected with. configurable keys or directly via function keys. Animation of process pictures: The clear presentation of process dynamics shall be most significant for the quality of an user interface. the objects lying beneath shall be repaired. The degree of decluttering has to be adjusted as desired. pictures (world maps). so that zooming by function keys can also be completely disabled. Depending on the level of detail. Even sophisticated display techniques such as moving an object or changing the object’s size shall no longer be a problem for the GUI. picture elements shall not only be drawn smaller but also even totally suppressed (decluttering) and eventually substituted by new ones. This element shall provide up to four curves and scales within a common or tiled co-ordinate system.      Also application programs shall not need to be changed when switching to multi-screen configurations. Depending on the operating situation different zoom levels have to be selected.

) Embedded status display (e. Therefore efficient mechanisms are needed which allow direct manipulation via the process picture. colour) Virtual rulers for exact value reading and input Rolling curves for trend display The set of curves automatically shall take care of consistency between the values shown and the scales to make very simple configuration of complex curve and trend pictures possible. Productivity during the picture design phase is essential. hatching etc. Process operation: As important as the visualization of the process is its operation via the GUI. Virtual keys shall be used to display pictures in windows. Double buffering and damage repair shall ensure completely smooth updating behaviour. area and line representation with linear interpolation Full graphical attributing of the curve (colour. Since picture design is often done or finishes off by the plant operator. the ergonomic of the picture design tools is an important quality. The harmony of display and interaction mechanisms has to support the acceptance of the user interface. nearly every operating philosophy can be realized. This saves the operator from long searches and makes programming unnecessary at the same time. dots. It shall be also simple to copy a picture UJ    Page 176 of194 . i. you point to a picture element with the cursor and change it as required. Picture design: Process pictures and their links to the process shall be interactively designed. the operation staff shall fully concentrate on managing the process. Due to clear and operation-oriented philosophy. Picture design shall work on the principle of direct manipulation. In the GUI the operation of a picture element shall be linked to a process variable similar to the linkage between process variable and a picture element. texture.g.e.      The far-reaching parameter-setting options shall make costly programming unnecessary: 1 to 4 curves per set of curves Overlapping or tiled co-ordinate axes Linear or logarithmic scaling Scale division and labelling Display of the data as position (x/y) or trend curves (t/y) Bars. Due to the flexibility of the process link. texture.

Moreover the desktop editor shall be used to define the workbench with the user’s tools available. Acting as a server the GUI provides services. which come from the application process model. its interactive feature and its position on the desktop. Application program interface: The architecture of the GUI shall be basic on the client-server model. Central resources such as colour tables and graphical attribute sets shall be defined individually for each desktop. Time and calendar: A GUI in automation and control systems has to process time-correlated data at the user interface. Therefore mechanisms are needed which prevent unpredictable or unlicensed situations. With the desktop editor. an application must only keep the GUI supplied with process values (updating). For this purpose the GUI shall offer a desktop editor. The GUI shall export every picture as a Computer Graphics Metafile (CGM).      element. Forms and menus shall be made with the forms editor in the same way. For example. whereas at the desks in the automation and control room only monitoring and control of process pictures are possible. Hardcopy: In automation and control operation the documentation of process pictures and operating situations on paper is as necessary as the ability to place picture material at the disposal of postprocessing tools. Moreover there is the possibility to export screen contents as pixel dumps (like the bitmap-format). informing them of events on the user interface. For picture design the process variables shall have names. The process links shall be described in a form. Conversely. Every window shall be configured using parameters with regard to its priority as well as to its overlapping behaviour. at a system administrators desk or system engineer terminal all editors shall be enabled. via an Application Program Interface (API). cause the value of a process variable to UJ    Page 177 of194 . for use by application programs for controlling the GUI. so that after a short period of time a complete process picture is constructed by duplicating picture elements from a small stock and changing their attributes. the layout and the behaviour of the complete user interface shall be changed in an interactive way. in order to prevent the picture(s) from being altered. the GUI shall also act as a client toward application programs. such as a CGM to PostScript converter and a networked hardcopy server shall be provided. An exact time-synchronization of the complete tunnel system shall be provided and guaranteed by the contractor (similar to DCF77-longwave-receivers in Europe). Further processing tools. User inputs shall be processed locally and where appropriate. Desktop design: A window-oriented user interface can only survive in automation and control systems if it guarantees the safe operation of the whole window system. In the simplest case.

Object types are hierarchically derived from each other (class hierarchy). As a server the GUI shall ensure the consistent display and permanent storage of all objects. operating philosophies. On this basis. e.      be sent to the application. Dialogue routines shall be created in several steps by specifying at which point(s) in the dialogue the GUI shall inform the application on the process of operations. The application shall be subsequently inquired to ensure consistency between the applications data model and that of the GUI and the process variable shall be given a short identifier so that when it comes to updating only the short identifier and the actual value of the changed process variable must be interchanged across the API. Data exchange between the GUI and the application has to be reduced to the necessary minimum and the application is made able to handle even the largest pictures. etc. In different cases. all elements (objects) of the graphical interface are represented within the software as object types (classes). data entry forms must be used. special editors. Where the application and the GUI run on different computers they shall be connected across the TCP/IP network. the process picture editor shall be used to link picture variables to process variables. Elements of forms have to be identified with freely definable names. During design process variables have to be identified by name. shall be realized at the application end. to emulate a given operating philosophy. It shall be even possible to access GUI functions. Pictures in the GUI shall often consist of a large number (several thousands) of object instances. The GUI has to provide functions that enable existing form systems to be used with applications. The GUI itself has to manage most of the forms dialogue and shall inform the application of the inputs made.g. The GUI shall be linked to application programs using modules implemented in C/C++ which have the task of converting the interface functions into remote procedure calls and vice versa. Forms dialogue: The form systems integrated in GUI shall be used by the application for user dialogues. variations in the attributes of which give practically unlimited design possibilities UJ    Page 178 of194 . i. hence each class needs to be implemented and testes only to the degree that it differs from the upper class.e. or alphanumeric dialogues must be conducted using a terminal emulation. Updating: When designing a picture. If the configurability of the window system shall not be sufficient. Object orientation: The GUI shall be object-oriented and an object oriented software system. The process variable activation and deactivation mechanism accompanying the display and dismissal of picture elements shall keep the application informed on which process variables are visible and in need of updating. applications may gradually be given increased control over the window system. Forms shall be designed interactively using the forms editor.

All configuration and archives shall be backed up on removable media automatically (see paragraph storage devices below). Any data transmissions with detected faults shall be repeated up to three times. Data exchange shall be achieved by using a SQL-language Activities shall include: Gathering of data saving of data archiving of data Retrieval of archived of data input of data Output of data Manipulation of data Logging of data Data exchange between the SCADA system and the plant shall use a data point list. out of range values shall cause an alarm at the Control Centre. operator commands as well as data derived by software. It shall contain all necessary plant data points (digital inputs and outputs. an alarm shall be announced at the Control Centre and service buildings. The basic functions of the GUI shall provide mechanisms for the storage of objects and efficient access to objects. After a loss of power (NET+UPS) the whole system shall reboot automatically. High data integrity shall be achieved by using suitable soft.g.and hardware. This shall include control of the hard disk(s) and other components. If these also fail. No data shall be lost or corrupted during data exchange with the PLC systems distributed I/O units. Data base system: An unlimited relational data base system based on Oracle or equal shall operate in the background permanently online and is not subject to the running of the graphical user interface package. results of calculations). The whole process picture shall UJ    Page 179 of194 . e. The display-file concept shall be likewise directly embedded in the object-oriented architecture of the graphical user interface.      for process pictures. analogue inputs and outputs. totalised or count-values. Real-time values of each measured value shall be watched automatically. which shall be developed by the contractor for approval of the engineer.

Network software: Standard software shall be provided using TCP/IP: The connection between the remote transmission centrals and the SCADA processor terminals shall be realized with a redundant Ethernet-LAN. Printers and the integration / parameterization PC terminal shall be connected to this LAN too. The tapes shall have a capacity of at least 20 GB. The data backup shall be performed by standard software available and shall be installed to perform a full data backup every week and an incremental backup of data on a daily basis. The data storage shall be organized in such a way that the data of every different subsystem is stored within a separate directory below a “Data storage” directory. The different components of the data records shall be delimited / separated using semicolon characters so that an easy import in Microsoft Excel is possible. The naming of the files shall be such that the type of stored data as well as the respective day can be identified by the file name. Independent of any further evaluation method of data all data records shall be recorded in ASCII format for easy use in other applications. Storage devices: In addition to the hard disc drives. etc. DAT-drives shall be used. The time span for any day file shall start at 0:00:01 hours and shall last until 23:59:59 hours. handling 1 Gbit/s. An automatic data backup shall be included into the SCADA system. source editor and debugger shall be included. UJ    Page 180 of194 . These backups shall be realized by RAID-Level 5 system and also by magnetic-tapes. each PC/server shall be fitted with a DVD-writer/drive and CD-RW-drive for a fast restore of system files and standard software of the Control Centre and service buildings. For the backup with tapes. tunnel ventilation. The storage system shall be designed to use one further level of the maximum (needed) levels of the file tree. The system shall write all data records into one file for each installation/subsystem (tunnel lighting.      be stored in short time on hard disk to achieve a high data safety in the case of a breakdown. Connection between workstations (visualization and control) and the SCADA processors shall be made with a redundant Ethernet-LAN handling 1 Gbit/s.) per day. User and project specific software: An object orientated programming language C++ shall be used. Programming tools for system development by the maintenance staff including C++ compiler.

4.4. The printer shall operate with automatically fed single sheets.2. When an incident (fire extinguisher removal etc.5.4. to the digital video recording unit and to the video detection unit by an own process picture via the central computer system. the process pictures of the central computer system. Colour printer: High-speed colour ink jet printer. shall identify this camera optically (e. COLOUR SCREENS At the Control Centre shall be situated 5 screens and in each service building 2 screens for tunnel control system. colour) Paper Trays: 1 x A4.    13.4. which show the overview of the CCTV system of tunnels.4. They shall be colour screens with 22" screen diagonal and shall be designed for visualisation.4. 1 x A3 (Multi-purpose tray) Internal memory: at least 8 MB. The printers shall have a solid constructed rack with four castor wheels and a basket for the paper.) happens. graphic. PRINTERS A colour printer shall be located near the workstations (control and visualisation computers).2.4. alarm colour of the camera symbol or maintenance niche symbol). Technical specifications: Colour TFT screen with 22” screen diagonal Resolution: 1920 x 1080p UJ    Page 181 of194 . at least four colours. expandable Resolution: 1200 x 600 dpi for text and graphics The printer shall have an Ethernet interface and shall be connected to the Printer Local Area Network (LAN) of the central computer system. 13.6. 13.g. the camera of the section being concerned by this incident shall be locked on automatically to the alarm site. CCTV CONTROL VIA THE CENTRAL COMPUTER SYSTEM   Each CCTV Camera shall be connect-able / switch-able to each CCTV monitor. 10000 pages of paper together with a storage cabinet shall be provided as well as filing equipment for that amount of printed records and ten colour tanks.2. Format: A4 (297 x 210 mm) and A3 (420 x 297 mm) Printing speed: at least 10 pages/minute (A4. The monitor control or the manual camera selection shall be possible by this process picture.

degree of protection at least IP 53. -Black PE sheathing. These cables shall be blown into cable conduits for fiber optical cables installed in cable ducts. -Non-metallic protection against vermin (PA). CABLING Included in this article shall be all optical fiber cables inside tunnel Niayesh Tunnel. DVI Durable metal housing All screens shall possess a dark palpation. 13. 365 days a year. Single mode fibers 9/125 µm (micrometres) or multi mode fibers 50/125 µm shall be used. standard video signal 1 Vpp at 75 Ohm. for splicing and for fault location shall be included in this article. The screens shall be placed on the desk or hanging down from the ceiling or mounted on a wall. All appliances and work/labour needed for the installation itself. CCTV and emergency throughout the tunnel and at least 10 cores for all data and information to Control Centre.5. at the portal areas as well as further on to Control Centre as required for the whole telecontrol system.5 mm diameter. Splicing has to be done in splicing boxes.  Supply-voltage: Multi-standard: Inputs:     100 to 250 VAC PAL FBAS. for example if no signal is connected to the input of the screens the screen shall get switched dark (no screen flares/flickering). Optical fiber cables shall be according to the particular ITU-T standards. The number of optical fiber cores in the cable shall be at least 16 cores for Tunnel LAN. The screens also shall be designed for an operation of 24 hours a day. Optical fiber cables: Tunnel-LAN (cabling between PLCs) CCTV System (cabling between mux) MV Protection System (cabling between LCUs) Optical fiber cable Ring Singlemode: A-DF(ZN)2Y 4x4 E9/125 1-8 fibers for Tunnel LAN 9-12 fibers for CCTV System 13-16 fibers for Medium Voltage System Protection UJ    Page 182 of194 . -Traction relief: Aramid yarn. 8.

    Tunnel LAN (cabling between Distributed I/Os): Optical fiber cable Ring Multimode: A-DF(ZN)2Y 4 G50/125 CCTV System (cabling between cameras and mux) : Optical fiber cable Single mode: A-DF(ZN)2Y 2 E9/125 Emergency Call System (cabling between MNs): Optical fiber cable Ring Single mode: A-DF(ZN)2Y 4 G50/125 Public Address System: Optical fiber cable Single mode: A-DF(ZN)2Y 4x12 E9/125 Fire Detection System: Optical fiber cable Ring Single mode: A-DF(ZN)2Y 4 E9/125 Public Address System: Optical fiber cable Ring Single mode: A-DF(ZN)2Y 4 G50/125 Following plug-in systems shall be established: Tunnel-LAN (cabling between PLCs) CCTV System (cabling between mux) Optical fiber cable Ring Single mode: E2000 Tunnel LAN (cabling between Distributed I/Os): CCTV System (cabling between cameras and mux) Emergency Call Unit Escape Route Orientation Optical fiber cable Ring Multimode: SC Public Address System: Optical fiber cable Single mode: E2000 Fire Detection System: Optical fiber cable Ring Single mode: E2000   UJ    Page 183 of194 .

the cabling shall be installed on-walls in PVC-conduits. The furniture is among others necessary to carry equipment like computers. A heating system shall be necessary only in the Service Buildings and in the Control Centre. Apart from that. that means in MVS-Niches the temperatures will not drop to the point. The conduits shall be installed only vertical or horizontal (only in angles of 0° or 90° to each other and to walls.g. 14. But the engineering of building installation in service buildings is not part of these documents. SCOPE OF WORK UJ    Page 184 of194 .1. But if necessary. floor and ceiling). The furniture shall be delivered and built up. the newest standards and technologies shall be used. BUILDING POWER AND LIGHTING INSTALLATION FURNITURE   14. Also the room lightning shall be installed within conduits on the walls and ceiling. luminaries. All installation material as well as all installed equipment has to accord to the Iranian regulations and standards.2.      14. plug-sockets. that heaters will be necessary. switches.) shall be IP 43. The degree of protection for all materials and facilities (e. All furniture shall be standard furniture with high quality. etc. In the tunnel. All low current sockets shall be equipped with a ground contact. The employer determines the colours of furniture. The cabling of building installations shall also be laid in the raised floor. In the service buildings and Control Centre furniture shall be required. GENERAL This article includes the complete building installation and furniture in MVS-Niches Service Buildings and Control Centre.

INSTALLATIONS IN CONTROL CENTRE Luminaries 36W Switches Sockets Electrical Heaters Desks for Controlling Roll Containers Desks Swivel Chairs Cabinets Raised Floor Automatic Fire Detectors 14.2. INSTALLATIONS IN SERVICE BUILDINGS Luminaries 36W Switches Sockets Electrical Heaters UJ    Page 185 of194 . INSTALLATIONS IN MVS-NICHES Luminaries 36W Switches Sockets Power Sockets Escape Rout Lightings Raised Floors Automatic fire detectors 14.2.1.      14.2.3.2.

the height shall be about 2. In the Control Centre and Service Buildings workstation luminaire shall be used. escape route lightings and electrical heater) in the MVS-niches.3. In MVS-niches also power sockets are required. The plug sockets and power plug sockets shall be dimensioned for a rated current of at UJ    Page 186 of194 . They have a grid. If they are mounted on the walls.1. INSTALLATIONS The exact positions of installations (luminaries. In the buildings and niches fluorescence lamps with 36W shall be used. sockets. Additionally telephone sockets and Electronic Data Processing Plug Sockets for service and maintenance shall be installed. Service Buildings and Control Centre are shown in the drawings. The lamps shall be mounted on walls or ceilings. Room Lighting: The lighting system shall consist of standard and emergency lighting circuits.3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 14. Generally about every second lamp shall be connected to the electric circuit of the emergency lighting. Sockets: In all rooms sockets shall be installed. so the operators won’t be blinded during working.5 –4m. The luminaries also shall be single flamed with 1x36W.  Desks for Controlling Roll Containers Desks Swivel Chairs Cabinets Raised Floor Automatic Fire Detectors     14. depending on height of the rooms. switches. All fluorescence lamps shall be equipped with electronic ballast.

The material of the substructure. several plug sockets inside the control room of the service buildings and control center have to be connected to the UPS system. The indication of escape route occurs by luminaries with battery chargers. etc. framework and base plates. Electrical Heater: The Control Centre and the Service Buildings shall be heated by wall mounted electrical heaters with 2 kW each and shall be controlled by an adjustable thermostat (5 to 25 °C) directly on the heater. The whole raised floor has to be levelled. motion detectors shall be mounted instead of switches. and a nominal voltage of plug sockets 230V and power plug sockets 400V. where distributors shall be placed. Generally they shall be connected to the UPSsystem. Before the substructure can be mounted. No gap shall exist between the individual base plates.4401. own substructures for the distributors shall be mounted. Raised Floor: The raised floor consists of substructure. Those motion detectors better. The degree of protection shall be IP54. so in case of incident it is easier to realize the escape route. UJ    Page 187 of194 . They shall be lightened all the time. Switches: Switches (one-way switches) shall be dimensioned for a rated current of at least of 10A. because generally the ground floor is unevenness. so in these spaces no dust can be collected within some time.   To guarantee an uninterruptible power supply for different devices. Escape Route Lighting: In each room of the MVS-Niches and Service Buildings an emergency flashlight shall be placed above the doors. for maintenance work. Therefore the expected weights shall have influence to dimensioning of the substructure. for example with coloured covering. In every base plate cut-outs may be cut to lead cables or something else through them. the ground floors have to be cleared and sealed. situated in the MVS-Niches shall be made of stainless steel material no. These plug sockets shall be marked especially. Heaters shall be made of steel with temperature resistant painting. The material of the substructure situated in the Service Buildings and in Control Centre shall be made of galvanized. The load per area shall be at least 6 kN/m² and below distributors 10 kN/m². In front of the doors to the individually rooms of the MVS-Niches and Service Buildings. 1. The substructure of the raised floor has to be height-adjustable. In rooms. installed over the doors.    least 16A. The size of each base plate shall be 600 mm x 600 mm.

etc. 14. The flooring on these stainless steel plates shall be rubber-knobs (antistatic). with a height of 65mm. for the raised floors shall be wooden.2. a cable trunking. 2. The thickness of the surface shall be about 30 mm. But the endings of the legs. The telephone sockets shall be cabled with Category 6 cabling. The legs of the desks shall be made of aluminium or steel. The plates of the raised floor in the MVS-Niches and Service Buildings (except the ones in the MV-room) shall have an aluminium sheet on the lower side and an edge protection on the sides against moisture and fire.5 m x 1. for cabling of devices on the desk. to prevent damages on the plates of raised floor. the contractor shall deliver a vacuum lifting tool. 3 power sockets and 1 Telephone socket shall be included.3. control room and the corridor with raised floor. shall be made of plastic. If cabling shall be crossed or splitted. control panel-.5mm2. and for operating. The operator’s desks in the service buildings shall have a „rectangular“-profile. All other installations. Further on. In the Service Buildings Adit 00 and Nonahalan the contractor shall equip the panel-. For every building. which stand on the raised floor. They are made of aluminium natural anodised. These cable trunkings are made for mounting on wall to carry the cabling of operator’s desk. and a width of 130mm. where a raised floor is installed. Only the plates in the MV-Room in the MVS-Niche and Service Buildings shall be made of stainless steel (same material as substructure). shall be mounted.0 m x 0. for an easier removing of the plates of raised floor. The conduits shall be made of PVC and the diameter DN25 and DN32. control panels. FURNITURE Operator’s Desk in Service Buildings: Operator’s desks are required to carry all devices like screens. The cabling in the buildings shall run on-walls in conduits. The cutUJ    Page 188 of194 . The colour and pattern of these flooring will be determined by the employer. but covered with High Pressure Laminate-flooring (with antistatic character). Cabling: The cabling of lighting in the MVS-Niches and Service Buildings shall be NHXH E90/FE180 3x2. like sockets and switches shall be cabled with NYM cables. In the cable trunking also a separation element. An edge protection shall be needed for all edges.   Generally the plates. junction boxes with IP54 and made of PVC shall be used. On lower edge of the desk surface. The size is approx.8 m (length x width x height). the cabling shall run through cutouts in the surface plate to the electrical equipment placed on the operator desk. the bearing-capacity of the plates must not be diminished. A wall border with the same material as the plates also shall be fixed in all rooms.    Despite the cut outs. The colour will be determined by the employer.

But the endings of the legs. etc.      outs in the surface. In the cable trunking also a separation element. On lower edge of the desk surface. The size of the short arm is approx. Further on. The roll container may be put under the desks.7 m (length x width x height). shall be covered by plastic covering. Operator’s Desk in the Control Centre: A operator’s desk is required to carry all devices like screens. The sizes of the roll container shall be approx. These cable trunkings are made for mounting on wall to carry the cabling of operator’s desk. it has to be calculated in the price. Further on. Roll Container: The colour of the roll container shall fit to the desks (and / or is determined by the employer).2 m x 1. The cutouts in the surface. the operator’s desk shall be ergonomically. If anything is required to reinforce the desk surface. The legs of the desks shall be made of aluminium or steel. for cabling of devices on the desk. which stand on the raised floor. shall be mounted. The operator’s desk in the Control Centre shall have a „L“-profile. to prevent damages on the plates of raised floor. the operator’s desk shall be ergonomically. 4. shall be made of plastic.0 m x 0. Desk for Service Buildings: Additionally to the controlling-desks rectangular”-profile desks for maintenance and office UJ    Page 189 of194 . and a width of 130mm. the roll container also shall be delivered and mounted. If anything is required to reinforce the desk surface. 2. As the desks. the amount and size depends on cabling. 0. the cabling shall run through cutouts in the surface plate to the electrical equipment placed on the operator desk.6 m x 0. mounting and the cut-outs have to be included in the price of the control desk.4 m x 0. The thickness of the surface shall be about 30 mm. shall be covered by plastic covering. Further on. and for operating. control panels. The highest drawer shall contain an insert for pencils. Also the delivering. They are made of aluminium natural anodised. 3 power sockets and 1 Telephone socket shall be included. The longer one is approx. the amount and size depends on cabling. An edge protection is needed for all edges. mounting and the cut-outs shall be included in the price of the control desk. The colour will be determined by the employer.8 m (length x width x height).8 m. with a height of 65mm.0 m x 1. Also the delivering. a cable trunking. It shall consist of 4 plastic-rolls and at least 4 drawers. it shall be calculated in the price.0 m x 0.

Also devices like printer or fax may be placed on it. Depending on the size of the cabinets. The sizes of the desk’s two arms shall be approx. The doors shall be lockable. 2.8 m x 0. 2. Per cabinet 5 compartments shall be delivered. they shall have one or two sliding doors. Swivel Chair: The swivel chair shall consist of self-lubricating rolls. The size of the desk shall be approx. UJ    Page 190 of194 .45 m x 2. the desk shall be delivered and mounted. As the furniture. The colour of this desk shall fit to the control desk and roll container (and / or is determined by the employer). The thickness of the surface shall be about 30 mm. and the compartments shall be adjustable in the height. The size of the cabinet shall be approx. Desk for Control Centre: Additionally to the controlling-desk a “L”-profile desk for maintenance and office work is required in the Control Centre. The pattern and colour of this chair shall be determined by the employer. manuals.8 m x 0. the desk shall be delivered and mounted.0 / 1. As the others.5 m x 0. Also the seat height and armrests shall be adjustable. Cabinet: Cabinets are required to store documents. The cabinets shall be delivered and mounted and the keys have to be handed over to the employer. Also devices like printer or fax may be placed on it. As the furniture. The colour of this desk shall fit to the control desk and roll container (and / or is determined by the employer). automatic lifting function.      work are required in the service buildings.8 m (length x width x height). The thickness of the surface shall be about 30 mm.8 m (length x width x height).6 m x 0. operating instructions.2 m x 0. etc. adjustable and sprung backrest. 1. the swivel chair shall be delivered and if necessary.0 m (length x width x height). mounted.

Supply the rooms with (fresh) air to get a constant temperature and humidity. The possibility to include also the run. GENERAL The electric rooms of the MVS-Niches and Service Buildings shall be equipped with a ventilation and an air-condition system. operation and error messages from the Service Buildings ventilation and air conditioning shall be given. operation and error messages of the MVS-Niche installation shall be included in the telecontrol system. The run. ROOM VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING   15.      15.1. UJ    Page 191 of194 . dust and exhaust gases. Following equipment shall be installed in the rooms: UPS and Battery room: Ventilation and Air-Condition Panel room: Ventilation and Air-Condition Control Panel room: Ventilation and Air-Condition Control room: Ventilation and Air-Condition The ventilation and the air-conditioning system shall fulfill following: Exhaust of the waste heat of the installed electric devices Cooling of the installed electric devices Produce an overpressure in the rooms. to stop incoming smoke. The concept of the ventilation and air conditioning shall be realized according to the drawings. As showed above the mentioned rooms shall be equipped with a ventilation and air conditioning system. The contractor shall install devices only. which are suitable for the operation in (MVSNiches).

3. the contractor shall install only equipment. In the battery rooms.2. The fresh air contribution and the exhaust air suction shall be installed as in the drawings. SCOPE OF WORK Room Ventilation Air Conditioning Material 15. which is suitable and resistant against influencing of the gas mixtures. Dissipation: In the following table the power dissipation of the various rooms is shown. The values are considered as minimum values and shall be recalculated from the contractor after the installation of the equipment. The control of the room ventilation shall be made by a control unit installed in the distribution cabinets. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 15. The wall openings shall be performed by civil works.      The ventilation ducts shall be isolated with fire retardant material (according to DIN 4102). The transformer rooms and medium voltage rooms in the MVS-Niches and Service Buildings shall not be equipped with ventilation or air conditioning. Room Control Panel Room (MVS-Niches) UPS and Battery Room Needed temperature range + 10 to + 35 °C + 10 to + 25 °C Power loss / Waste heat 2000 W 4000 W – 6000 W 15. fire dampers shall be installed. control panels with an including thermostat shall be installed. All air openings shall be protected with grid.3.1. UJ    Page 192 of194 . To prevent a fire in the rooms. ROOM VENTILATION The ventilation of the mentioned rooms takes place by means of fresh air incoming and fresh air outgoing. In front of the door of the panel room. control panel room and UPS room.

The heater element shall be equipped with an automatically thermostat. no separate heating registers will be needed. If the cooling register can be used as heating registers. Connection pieces. The units shall be made of galvanized steel. The fire dampers shall be executed according to DIN 4102 consisting of: Housing: galvanized steel sheet -Locking device: Recoil spring must guarantee a strong closing and fixing of the fire dampers.      The control panel shall fulfill following specifications: Control panel for room ventilation in modern surface frame Adjusting knob for temperature. 50Hz -Protection class: minimum IP 44 -Power: 500W -Air capacity: > 500m3/h -Noise level: less than 55 dB(A) Variable speed regulation as phase angle control: Nominal Voltage: 230 VAC. The heating / cooling register shall be implemented in the incoming ventilation duct. The dimensioning of the ducts. UJ    Page 193 of194 . 50 Hz Protection class: minimum IP 44 The ventilation ducts shall be made of galvanized steel sheet. according to the requirements and / or is indicated in the drawings. hose connections and covering from wall break-breakthroughs shall be included in the price of the ventilation. setting range + 10° C to + 30° C Adjusting knob for ventilation control (at least 3 steps) Integrated temperature sensor Switches to change the mode (day/night) manually Indication LEDs RS485 interface for the control unit The ventilators for the incoming and outgoing air shall fulfill following specifications: Nominal Voltage: 230 VAC. mounting material. The air filters shall be exchangeable filter cartridges for quick exchange. The heating elements shall be made of stainless steel.

inclusive all required form and connection pipes. The refrigerant pipes shall be made of copper. The refrigerant pipes shall be isolated at least 20 mm thick. suitable for wall and ceiling mounting and one outside unit. sheets. pipe clamps and mounting units. suitable to transport the offered refrigerant of the air conditioners. The refrigerant pipes shall be isolated at least 20 mm thick. AIR CONDITIONING Compact air conditioning system shall be designed as multi-system with 3 interior units. The axial flow fan shall be beard with low vibration and inclusive winding protection.3. the air condition system will be activated. All necessary drills shall be calculated into the price of air conditioning.2. screw connection. The condensate pipes shall be also made of copper inclusive all required form and connection pipes. silenced and with wide air-cooled heat exchanger. This outside unit also shall be suitable for wall mounting. The air conditioning system shall fulfil following specifications: Cooling power (MVS-Niche): 10000 W Cooling power (Service Building): 20000 W Noise level: less than 50 dB (Interior Unit) Less than 65 dB (Outdoor Unit) Status LEDs RS485 interface for the control unit The necessary drill for the refrigerant and condensate pipes shall be established by the contractor. screw connection. The air condition system shall be vibration-free. While the room temperature exceeds the maximum value. The control of the air condition unit shall be realized separated for the mentioned room. UJ    Page 194 of194 . sheets.      -Position indication: The position of the fire dampers shall be indicated manually on the housing and also electrically to the control unit. The housing shall be of galvanized steel. the colour shall be RAL 7000 or as requested by client. 15. pipe clamps and mounting units.

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