Over deze norm
|Commissie||Elektrisch materieel, systemen en elektronische toepassingen voor spoorwegen en soortgelijk geleid vervoer|
This European Standard defines the fire conditions for which it is reasonable to expect trains to continue to run in a controlled manner and defines requirements which assure this "running capability". The standard recognises fire conditions for which it is not necessary to define running capability requirements as there is no potential for serious injury or threat to life. The standard recognises fire conditions for which it is not reasonably practicable to define requirements due to the exceptional nature of the fire incident. Fire conditions for which it is not reasonably practicable to define requirements due to the exceptional nature of the fire incident, (described as "Type 3" fires), will benefit from measures taken to deliver running capability under other fire conditions, (described as "Type 2" fires), but the benefit for Type 3 fires is not at a defined level. The SRT TSI defines running capability requirements in respect of fires within technical areas/equipment only. However for general guidance the scope of this standard is extended to include fires from non-technical causes within passenger/staff areas which may impact train system functions adjacent to and/or passing through the affected area. This extension of applicability significantly increases the number of system functions which are potentially at risk and therefore requires that the "reasonably practicable" principles be extended to this new condition.
|Nederlandse titel||Spoorwegen en soortgelijk geleid vervoer - Eisen inzake de mogelijkheid om te kunnen (blijven) rijden in geval van brand aan boord van het rollend materieel|
|Engelse titel||Railway applications - Requirements for running capability in case of fire on board of rolling stock|
|Vervangen door||Normatieve verwijzingen||