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Keyman is an important figure in ensuring safety in the operation of the train
as he watches the track daily. The purpose of this book is to unite as many people as possible
important features to teach Keyman. This book contains details
information about track protection rules, SWR / LWR / CWR compliance
Track, Point and Crossing, Crossing Levels, Bridges, Curves etc.
The CAMTECH Civil Engineering branch has made a commendable effort in this regard
download Keyman training manual based on released modules
Rail board.
I am sure this book will prove to be very useful to people
Instructor in Training Centers to train Keyman

The railway line is an important and important part of the Indian Railway.
Keyman is a very important person among permanent employees. I
Keyman is a person who uses fuel on the track every day and is directly involved
track maintenance. It plays an important role in track safety. Keyman requires
to be fully educated in his work. To have a syllabus uniform throughout India
Railway, this course is based on modules, published by
Rail board. This syllabus will be of great help to students
Instructors of all training schools to train in Keyman.
This curriculum does not replace any existing Railway directive
Board, IRPWM, RDSO on this issue.
Thank you so much for the help I have been given by Shri Anil Dubey,
STA / Civil / CAMTECH, complete transcript, collected
information, data etc and editing work done. Good data entry done by Shri
Ramesh Bhojwani, Console Operator, IRCAMTECH.
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Transmission and distribution of load from sleepers in a large formation area.
 Provide durability and durability to track to find the right ride comfort.
 Provide the necessary resistance to follow longitudinal and lateral stability.
 Provide active water for tracking.
 Provide effective ways to maintain the consistency and consistency of the track.

It should be heavy and resistant to wear.
 It should be hard without crushing under moving loads.
 It should usually be angular with sharp edges.
 It should have no holes and no water.
 Must be resistant to corrosion.
 It should last a long time and should not be pushed under the weather.
 It should provide good water flow.
 It should be cheap and economica


Stone ballast should be used on all running lines including points and crossings. Other types
of ground ballast such as moorum, sand, shingle etc. can be used on sides, yards, non-running lines and sub-ballast.
Ballast size: Stone ballast gauge will be as follows:
For all 65-mm sleeping types. gauge on a square mesh sieve.
Below points and cross-40-mm. gauge on a square mesh sieve.
Ballast Profiles / Categories / Cushion Depth
Ballast Profiles / Categories to Receive – The following ballast profiles will be provided
various track groups in B.G., M.G. and N.G. :

Increasing the ballast cushion to make the recommended depth will be done
during a full track recovery, with a sleep stimulus or a deep plan

  1. On a wooden sleepy road, a distance of 50 meters from the side to stop signals in all areas
    where steam engines are likely to stop, it is a good practice to cover the middle part
    they sleep with ballast to reduce the risk of fire.
  2. In areas where there is a change in the type of sleeper, special care should be taken
    taken and the length of the six trains on both sides of the rim should be fully boxed. Same
    steps must be taken regarding ways to cross the bridge.

Increasing the ballast cushion to make the recommended depth will be done
during a full track recovery, with a sleep stimulus or a deep plan

Sleepers are cross ties where rails are placed. The main functions of sleepers are as follows
 Hold the rails to fix the gauge and align.
 Providing firm and even hardware support.
 Transmitting the load evenly from the rails to the wider ballast area.
 It acts as an elastic medium between layers and ballast to absorb blows as well
vibration of moving loads.
 Provide longitudinal and lateral stability.
 Provide ways to adjust the geometry of a track during its operation.

(a) Cheap and easy to do.
(b) It absorbs shocks and has good anti-vibration properties
good packing.
(c) Easy handling without injury.
(d) Suitable for rotating sections of tracks.
(e) Suitable for leaky areas.
(f) Alignment can be easily adjusted.
(g) Modern methods of care are most appropriate.
(h) Can be used with or without stone ballast

About 27% of the track on Indian Railways is located in metal lodges. Increased shortage of
timber in the country and other economic aspects in particular are responsible for the use of steel
who sleep in India. Metal sleepers have the following advantages / disadvantages
wooden bedding:

(a) Long life
(b) Easy to maintain gauge and minor repair problems.
(c) Better side strength.
(d) Minor injuries during administration and transportation.
(e) The production process is simple
(f) Excellent amount of scrap
(g) Non-rotting and insect infestation.
(h) No risk of fire.

(a) It is bound to rust
(b) Not suitable for roundabouts.
(c) It is bound to be in the middle due to the slopes at both ends.
(d) Cracks in train seats during service.
(e) may only be used for the designated racks

(a) Concrete bedding, heavy, lends strength and stability to track and special
should L.W.R. due to the great resistance they provide to the compilation of the track.
(b) Concrete bedding with expandable reinforcement provides a track that can keep it in good condition
gauge, opposite level of alignment. It keeps packing and very well.
(c) Concrete bedding, due to their flat floor, is best suited to modern
ways to fix a track like M.S.P. and equipment maintenance, which you have
their personal benefits.
(d) Concrete bedding may be used in areas with track circuits, which are poor conductors
(e) They are not on the flammable surface and are not damaged by insects or rust
normal conditions.
(f) The life of a concrete sleeper is very long, about 40 to 50 years. Rail and sleep
Such renewal can be compared, which is a huge economic benefit.
(g) Concrete bedding can generally be mass-produced in local facilities

(a) Managing and placing concrete beds is difficult due to their weight.
Mechanical methods should be commonly used for inclusive management
large initial costs.
(b) Damage to concrete beds is particularly severe during collapses.
(c) There is no amount of bedding scrap in concrete.
(d) Bedding is not suitable for metal packaging.
(e) Concrete beds are best kept under “On Track” distractions.

Of the proposed 22.1 t freight trains, 60 kg rails are authorized
data will be used on all routes except ‘E’ lines with less than 5 GMT,
where 52 kg 90 UTS rows can be used at the discretion of the Chief Engineer.In private areas where BOX ‘N’ or 22.1 t axle loads play, part of the train must
be 52kg. In case the operating speed exceeds 30 km / h and rises to 50 km / h, so be it
where BOX ‘N’ of 22.1 t axle load wagon is operated.

Sturdy head rails should be used for local lines where (a) EMU stock is active (b)
Ghat category with gradients higher than 1 in 150 and / or sharp curves over 20
An area where the level of aging of the rays requires a train renewal for 10 years or so
so. Solid head rails should be placed on continuous and long surfaces.
Meter Gauge: The following train sections are recommended on M.G routes

Any neglect of loading, unloading, handling and storage is liable for damages
will not only contribute to poor performance but will also lead to irreversible damage, either
initial failure of rails. During loading and unloading, unusable route ramps
should also be made of smooth rails over them, the central foundations provided to prevent
excessive deterioration.
When transporting solid vehicles, the rails should be loaded to obtain a level over the hang at
each end is beyond bolts and securely fastened.
Carrying rails on the head or shoulders should be avoided. Handles for rails, slings or
tongs should be used. When pulled in place, before connecting in any other way, the rails should
spread out so that they rest evenly throughout their length or on closed bases set. Rails with flatfoot should lie in the pot. Those found to have kinks should be corrected.
When house rails become bed rails or chairs, sleeping areas should be well aligned
and level. Forced installation of rails by hammering hammers should be avoided.

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