CN112141172A - Rain and snow mode setting method and system and controller - Google Patents

Rain and snow mode setting method and system and controller Download PDF

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CN112141172A
CN112141172A CN201910578648.XA CN201910578648A CN112141172A CN 112141172 A CN112141172 A CN 112141172A CN 201910578648 A CN201910578648 A CN 201910578648A CN 112141172 A CN112141172 A CN 112141172A
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The present disclosure relates to a rain and snow mode setting method, system, and controller that set an on-line train to a rain and snow mode only when the on-line train is in a rain and snow weather area. The method for setting the rain and snow mode comprises the following steps: receiving a rain and snow mode setting instruction, wherein the rain and snow mode setting instruction comprises information about a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode to indicate that the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode is required; and issuing the received rain and snow mode setting instruction to a corresponding region controller, so that the corresponding region controller controls the running parameters of the train located in the region under the control of the corresponding region controller based on the rain and snow mode setting instruction, wherein the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode is located in the region under the control of the corresponding region controller.

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Rain and snow mode setting method and system and controller
Technical Field
The disclosure relates to the field of train signal systems, in particular to a method, a system and a controller for setting a rain and snow mode.
Background
Under the condition that a Train idles or slides in rainy and snowy weather, an existing Train signal system prompts a dispatcher to confirm that the signal system is switched into a rainy and snowy mode on a Train dispatching interface, after the Train dispatching is confirmed, an Automatic Train monitoring (ATS) system of the signal system automatically sets each on-line Train to be in the rainy and snowy mode, and after each on-line Train is set to be in the rainy and snowy mode by the ATS system, the on-line Train enters a rainy and snowy mode process and controls the Train to run according to the operating parameters of the rainy and snowy mode; when the weather is fine, the dispatcher manually sets the signal system to be in a normal mode, the ATS system automatically sets each on-line train to be in the normal mode, and after each on-line train is set to be in the normal mode by the ATS system, the on-line train exits from a rain and snow mode process and controls the train to run according to the running parameters of the normal mode.
The scheme is based on the whole signal system as a unit, namely once the signal system enters the rain and snow mode, all the online trains within the control range of the signal system can enter the rain and snow mode, and no matter whether each online train is in a rain and snow weather area or a fine weather area at present.
Disclosure of Invention
An object of the present disclosure is to provide a rain and snow mode setting method, system and controller that set an on-line train to a rain and snow mode only when the on-line train is in a rain and snow weather area.
According to a first embodiment of the present disclosure, there is provided a rain and snow mode setting method including: receiving a rain and snow mode setting instruction, wherein the rain and snow mode setting instruction comprises information about a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode to indicate that the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode is required; and issuing the received rain and snow mode setting instruction to a corresponding region controller, so that the corresponding region controller controls the running parameters of the train located in the region under the control of the corresponding region controller based on the rain and snow mode setting instruction, wherein the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode is located in the region under the control of the corresponding region controller.
Optionally, the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode comprises one or more continuous track sections to be set to the rain and snow mode.
Optionally, the method further comprises: receiving feedback information of a rain and snow mode setting instruction issued for the first time by the corresponding zone controller, wherein the feedback information comprises information which is returned by the corresponding zone controller and is about a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode; under the condition that the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the rain and snow mode setting instruction issued for the first time is consistent with the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the feedback information, the rain and snow mode setting instruction is received and issued again; and giving an error prompt in the case that the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the rain and snow mode setting instruction issued for the first time is inconsistent with the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the feedback information.
According to a second embodiment of the present disclosure, there is provided an automatic train monitoring system, the system comprising: a first receiving device for receiving a rain and snow mode setting instruction, wherein the rain and snow mode setting instruction includes information on a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode to indicate a track section that needs to be set to a rain and snow mode; and the sending device is used for sending the rain and snow mode setting instruction received by the receiving device to the corresponding zone controller, so that the corresponding zone controller controls the running parameters of the train located in the area under the jurisdiction of the corresponding zone controller based on the rain and snow mode setting instruction, wherein the track section to be set to be in the rain and snow mode is located in the jurisdiction of the corresponding zone controller.
Optionally, the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode comprises one or more continuous track sections to be set to the rain and snow mode.
Optionally, the automatic train monitoring system further includes a second receiving device and a prompting device: the second receiving device is used for receiving feedback information of the corresponding zone controller on a rain and snow mode setting instruction issued for the first time, wherein the feedback information comprises information which is returned by the corresponding zone controller and is about a track section to be set into a rain and snow mode; in the case that the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the first issued rain and snow mode setting instruction is consistent with the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the feedback information, the first receiving device is further configured to receive the rain and snow mode setting instruction again, and the sending device is further configured to issue the rain and snow mode setting instruction received again by the first receiving device again; the prompting device is used for giving an error prompt when the information about the track section to be set in the rain and snow mode setting instruction issued for the first time is inconsistent with the information about the track section to be set in the rain and snow mode in the feedback information.
According to a third embodiment of the present disclosure, there is provided a rain and snow mode setting method including: receiving a rain and snow mode setting instruction issued by an automatic train monitoring system, wherein the rain and snow mode setting instruction comprises information about a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode so as to indicate the track section required to be set to the rain and snow mode; and sending rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the district to a train in the district based on the received rain and snow mode setting instruction, so that the train runs according to the running parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section.
Optionally, the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode comprises one or more continuous track sections to be set to the rain and snow mode.
Optionally, the sending, based on the received rain and snow mode setting instruction, rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the jurisdiction to trains located in the jurisdiction includes: and periodically sending the rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the district to the trains in the district based on the received rain and snow mode setting instruction.
According to a fourth embodiment of the present disclosure, there is provided a zone controller including: the system comprises a receiving module, a monitoring module and a control module, wherein the receiving module is used for receiving a rain and snow mode setting instruction sent by an automatic train monitoring system, and the rain and snow mode setting instruction comprises information about a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode so as to indicate the track section required to be set to the rain and snow mode; and the sending module is used for sending the rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the district to the train in the district based on the received rain and snow mode setting instruction, so that the train runs according to the running parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section.
Optionally, the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode comprises one or more continuous track sections to be set to the rain and snow mode.
Optionally, the sending module is further configured to: and periodically sending the rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the district to the trains in the district based on the received rain and snow mode setting instruction.
According to a fifth embodiment of the present disclosure, there is provided a sleet mode setting method including: receiving rain and snow mode state information from a region controller, wherein the rain and snow mode state information comprises rain and snow mode states of all track sections in the region of the region controller; and controlling the train to operate in the district of the district controller according to the received rain and snow mode state information and the operation parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section.
Optionally, the method further comprises: and feeding back the current rain and snow mode state of the train to an automatic train monitoring system.
According to a sixth embodiment of the present disclosure, there is provided an onboard controller including: the receiving module is used for receiving rain and snow mode state information from a region controller, wherein the rain and snow mode state information comprises rain and snow mode states of all track sections in the region of the region controller; and the control module is used for controlling the train to run in the district of the district controller according to the running parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section based on the rain and snow mode state information received by the receiving module.
Optionally, the on-board controller further comprises: and the feedback module is used for feeding back the current rain and snow mode state of the train to an automatic train monitoring system.
According to a seventh embodiment of the present disclosure, there is provided a train signal system including: an automatic train monitoring system according to a second embodiment of the present disclosure; a zone controller according to a fourth embodiment of the present disclosure; and an onboard controller according to a sixth embodiment of the present disclosure.
By adopting the technical scheme, the rain and snow mode setting instruction comprises information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode, and the received rain and snow mode setting instruction is issued to the corresponding zone controller which governs the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode, so that the setting of the rain and snow mode is carried out according to the zone divided by the line zone controller, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be carried out based on the logical track section of the line, the setting of the rain and snow mode is more precise and accurate, namely, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be refined to the logical track section, and the availability, the safety and the reliability of a train signal system are further improved.
Additional features and advantages of the disclosure will be set forth in the detailed description which follows.
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fig. 1 shows a schematic block diagram of a train signal system.
Fig. 2 shows a flowchart of a rain and snow mode setting method according to an embodiment of the present disclosure.
FIG. 3 illustrates an exemplary rain and snow mode setting human-machine interface.
Fig. 4 shows a schematic block diagram of an automatic train monitoring system according to an embodiment of the present disclosure.
Fig. 5 shows yet another schematic block diagram of an automatic train monitoring system according to an embodiment of the present disclosure.
Fig. 6 illustrates a flowchart of a rain and snow mode setting method according to still another embodiment of the present disclosure.
FIG. 7 shows a schematic block diagram of a zone controller according to yet another embodiment of the present disclosure.
Fig. 8 illustrates a flowchart of a rain and snow mode setting method according to still another embodiment of the present disclosure.
FIG. 9 illustrates an on-board controller rain and snow mode control flow diagram in accordance with an embodiment of the disclosure.
FIG. 10 shows a schematic block diagram of an on-board controller according to yet another embodiment of the present disclosure.
FIG. 11 shows yet another schematic block diagram of an on-board controller in accordance with yet another embodiment of the present disclosure.
Fig. 12 shows an interactive flow diagram of an automatic train monitoring system, zone controller and onboard controller.
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The following detailed description of specific embodiments of the present disclosure is provided in connection with the accompanying drawings. It should be understood that the detailed description and specific examples, while indicating the present disclosure, are given by way of illustration and explanation only, not limitation.
Before describing in detail embodiments according to the present disclosure, a train signal system to which embodiments according to the present disclosure can be applied will be briefly described. Fig. 1 shows a schematic block diagram of a train signal system. As shown in fig. 1, the dispatcher workstation interfaces with a Zone Controller (ZC) through a control unit server, and a Vehicle On-board Controller (VOBC) interfaces with the Zone Controller through a Vehicle-to-ground wireless and ground security net.
According to the embodiment of the disclosure, hardware of an existing train signal system is utilized, an ATS system in the train signal system is matched with a zone controller and a vehicle-mounted controller, the zone controller is used as a line rain and snow mode management unit, and the existing communication link between the zone controller and the vehicle-mounted controller and between the ATS system and the inherent zone management function of the zone controller are utilized to realize safe and reliable rain and snow mode setting, and hardware cost is saved.
Fig. 2 shows a flowchart of a rain and snow mode setting method applied to an ATS system in a train signal system according to an embodiment of the present disclosure. As shown in fig. 2, the method includes the following steps S21 and S22.
In step S21, a rain and snow mode setting instruction is received, wherein the rain and snow mode setting instruction includes information on a track section to be set to the rain and snow mode to indicate that the track section needs to be set to the rain and snow mode.
In step S22, the received sleet mode setting instruction is issued to the corresponding zone controller, so that the corresponding zone controller controls the operation parameters of the train located in the jurisdiction of the corresponding zone controller based on the sleet mode setting instruction, wherein the track section to be set to the sleet mode is located in the jurisdiction of the corresponding zone controller.
By adopting the technical scheme, the rain and snow mode setting instruction comprises information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode, and the received rain and snow mode setting instruction is issued to the corresponding zone controller which governs the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode, so that the setting of the rain and snow mode is carried out according to the zone divided by the line zone controller, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be carried out based on the logical track section of the line, the setting of the rain and snow mode is more precise and accurate, namely, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be refined to the logical track section, and the availability, the safety and the reliability of a train signal system are further improved.
In one embodiment, the dispatcher may enter information about the track section to be set in the rain and snow mode through a Human Machine Interface (HMI) on the dispatcher workstation of the ATS system according to the area coverage of the actual rain and snow weather. Take the example rain and snow mode setting human-machine interface shown in fig. 3 as an example, where the human-machine interface is capable of performing secondary confirmation of the rain and snow mode setting. When the dispatcher inputs a start track section and an end track section in a one-time confirmation dialog area of the man-machine interface shown in fig. 3, the ATS system receives information on a track section to be set to the rain-snow mode. If the starting track section and the ending track section input by the dispatcher are the same, it means that a single track section is set to the rain and snow mode, and if the starting track section and the ending track section input by the dispatcher are different, it means that all the continuous track sections between the starting track section and the ending track section are set to the rain and snow mode. In addition, the value ranges of the start track section and the end track section should be logical track sections in the same area controller domain.
In addition, the man-machine interaction secondary confirmation mode shown in fig. 3 can enhance the safety and accuracy of the setting of the rain and snow mode. A specific example will be described below.
Assuming that the line is an uplink and downlink bidirectional line, the serial numbers of the consecutive logical track segments of the uplink line are G01, G03, … … and G49, the logical track segment IDs of the logical track segment numbers are 0x0001, 0x0003, … … and 0x0049, respectively, the serial numbers of the consecutive logical track segments of the downlink line are G00, G02 and … … G48, the logical track segment IDs of the logical track segment numbers are 0x0000, 0x0002, … … and 0x0048, respectively, and one zone controller is provided for the entire line. Further, 0x2D indicates a primary command ID, 0x2F indicates a secondary command ID, 0x2E indicates a primary command response ID, 0x30 indicates a secondary command response ID, 0x55 indicates a rain/snow mode, 0xAA indicates a normal mode, 0x00 indicates no error, and 0x01 indicates an error. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that the specific serial numbers, ID numbers, various field values, and the human-machine interface of fig. 3 described above are merely examples, and the present disclosure is not limited thereto. For example, the dispatcher may input the start and end track sections through the human-machine interface of fig. 3, or may input them by means of voice, for example.
Then, when the dispatcher sets the rain and snow mode through the human-computer interaction secondary confirmation interface shown in fig. 3 according to the area range of the actual rain and snow weather, the dispatcher firstly inputs the start track section and the end track section in the primary confirmation dialog box area, and then clicks the primary confirmation button, so that the rain and snow mode setting instruction can be firstly issued to the area controller. Assuming that the start track segment input by the dispatcher in the one-time confirmation dialog region is G01 and the end track segment is G29, an example of application layer command data of the rain and snow mode setting instruction issued by the ATS system to the zone controller for the first time is 0x2D 0x550x 000 x010x 000 x1D, where 0x2D denotes a one-time command ID to set the rain and snow mode, that is, the rain and snow mode setting instruction is issued to the zone controller for the first time, 0x55 is a mode field to denote the rain and snow mode, 0x0001 denotes a logical track segment ID of the start logical track segment G01 to be set to the rain and snow mode, and 0x001D denotes a logical track segment ID of the end logical track segment G29 to be set to the rain and snow mode.
And then, after receiving a rain and snow mode setting instruction sent by the ATS system for the first time, the area controller gives feedback to the ATS system. The ATS system, upon receiving the feedback from the zone controller, will then check (e.g., by the site map HMI software on the dispatcher's workstation) whether the information about the track segment to be set to the rain and snow mode included in the rain and snow mode setting command issued by the ATS system for the first time is consistent with the information about the track segment to be set to the rain and snow mode included in the feedback information from the zone controller. If so, a second confirmation of the rain and snow mode setting is enabled, that is, the dispatcher is allowed to input the same start track section and end track section as the first input start track section and end track section again in the second confirmation dialog area in fig. 3 and click the second confirmation button to issue the rain and snow mode setting command again. If the two are inconsistent, an error prompt is given, for example, a dispatcher is reminded to enter the rain and snow mode setting process again after being cancelled. For example, assuming that the feedback information of the zone controller is 0x2E 0x000 x550x 000 x010x 000 x1D, where 0x2E sets a primary command response ID for the rain and snow mode and 0x00 is an error field indicating no error, the ATS system judges that the feedback information is identical to the rain and snow mode setting command issued for the first time, thus enabling the secondary confirmation dialog area in fig. 3 to allow the dispatcher to input the same start track section and end track section as the start track section and end track section input for the first time again and click the secondary confirmation button to issue the rain and snow mode setting command again. For example, an example of application layer command data of a rain and snow mode setting instruction issued twice to the zone controller is 0x2F 0x550x 000 x010x 000 x1D, where 0x2F is a secondary command ID to set a rain and snow mode. If the feedback information of the area controller is 0x2E 0x010x 550x 010x 010x 010x 1D due to an unknown reason, the ATS system judges that the start track section ending track section fed back by the area controller is inconsistent with the start track section ending track section issued for the first time, and therefore an abnormal prompt is given to remind a dispatcher to cancel the current operation and enter the rain and snow mode setting process again.
Under the condition that the ATS system issues the rain and snow mode setting instruction to the area controller for the second time, the area controller can compare whether the rain and snow mode setting instruction issued by the ATS system for the first time is consistent with the rain and snow mode setting instruction issued by the second time, judge whether the instruction can be executed based on preset instruction execution conditions, and send feedback information to the ATS system, wherein the preset instruction execution conditions are related to the actual use environment of the area controller, so that the preset instruction execution is not limited by the method. If consistent, for example, if an example of the feedback information of the zone controller is 0x 300 x000 x550x 000 x010x 000 x1D, where 0x30 represents a secondary command reply ID, the ATS system may, for example, automatically hide the secondary acknowledgement human machine interface shown in fig. 3 after receiving the feedback information. If the feedback information of the area controller is inconsistent, for example, if the example of the feedback information of the area controller is 0x 300 x010x 550x 000 x1D, the ATS system will give an exception prompt after receiving the feedback information, and remind the dispatcher to cancel the operation.
Fig. 4 shows a schematic block diagram of an automatic train monitoring system according to yet another embodiment of the present disclosure, and as shown in fig. 4, the automatic train monitoring system 1 includes: a first receiving device 11 for receiving a sleet mode setting instruction, wherein the sleet mode setting instruction includes information on a track section to be set to a sleet mode to indicate a track section that needs to be set to a sleet mode; and the sending device 12 is configured to send the rain and snow mode setting instruction received by the first receiving device 11 to the corresponding zone controller 2, so that the corresponding zone controller 2 controls the operation parameters of the train located in the region under the jurisdiction of the corresponding zone controller 2 based on the rain and snow mode setting instruction, where the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode is located in the jurisdiction of the corresponding zone controller 2.
Wherein the first receiving means 11 may be implemented by, for example, a dispatcher workstation as shown in fig. 1, and the transmitting means 12 may be implemented by, for example, a control unit server as shown in fig. 1, but it should be understood by those skilled in the art that the present disclosure does not limit the implementation of the first receiving means 11 and the transmitting means 12.
By adopting the technical scheme, the rain and snow mode setting instruction comprises information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode, and the received rain and snow mode setting instruction is issued to the corresponding zone controller which governs the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode, so that the setting of the rain and snow mode is carried out according to the zone divided by the line zone controller, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be carried out based on the logical track section of the line, the setting of the rain and snow mode is more precise and accurate, namely, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be refined to the logical track section, and the availability, the safety and the reliability of a train signal system are further improved.
Optionally, the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode comprises one or more continuous track sections to be set to the rain and snow mode.
Fig. 5 shows a schematic block diagram of an automatic train monitoring system 1 according to yet another embodiment of the present disclosure. As shown in fig. 5, the automatic train monitoring system 1 may further include a second receiving device 13 and a prompting device 14. And the second receiving device 13 is configured to receive feedback information of the corresponding zone controller 2 on the first issued command for setting the rain and snow mode, where the feedback information includes information on the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode, which is returned by the corresponding zone controller 2. In the case where the information on the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the rain and snow mode setting instruction issued for the first time coincides with the information on the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the feedback information, the first receiving device 11 is also configured to again receive the rain and snow mode setting instruction, and the transmitting device 12 is also configured to again issue the rain and snow mode setting instruction received again by the first receiving device 11. And the prompting device 14 is used for giving an error prompt in the case that the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the rain and snow mode setting instruction issued for the first time is inconsistent with the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the feedback information.
Wherein the second receiving means 13 may be implemented by a control unit server as shown in fig. 1, for example, and the prompting means 14 may be implemented by a dispatcher workstation as shown in fig. 1, for example, but it should be understood by those skilled in the art that the present disclosure does not limit the implementation of the second receiving means 13 and the prompting means 14.
The specific implementation manner of each device included in the automatic train monitoring system 1 according to the embodiment of the present disclosure has been described in detail in the method for setting the rain and snow mode applied to the automatic train monitoring system according to the embodiment of the present disclosure, and is not described herein again.
Fig. 6 shows a flowchart of a rain and snow mode setting method applied to a zone controller according to still another embodiment of the present disclosure, and as shown in fig. 6, the method includes the following steps S61 and S62.
Receiving a rain and snow mode setting instruction issued by the automatic train monitoring system in step S61, wherein the rain and snow mode setting instruction includes information about a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode to indicate a track section that needs to be set to a rain and snow mode; and
in step S62, based on the received rain and snow mode setting instruction, rain and snow mode status information of all track sections in the jurisdiction is sent to trains located in the jurisdiction, so that the corresponding zone controller controls operation parameters of trains located in the jurisdiction of the corresponding zone controller based on the rain and snow mode setting instruction.
Still, a specific example described in the rain and snow mode setting method applied to the automatic train monitoring system is taken as an example. Assuming that the automatic train monitoring system issues a rain and snow mode setting instruction to the zone controller, the track sections with logical track section numbers G01-G29 are set to be in the rain and snow mode, which means that a plurality of consecutive track sections are to be set to be in the rain and snow mode, and if the start track section and the end track section included in the rain and snow mode setting instruction are the same, it means that a single track section is set to be in the rain and snow mode. Then, after receiving the command for setting the rain and snow mode, the region controller may, for example, periodically send the rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the jurisdiction to all trains located in the jurisdiction of the region controller, where the periodic sending of the rain and snow mode state information can avoid unsuccessful sending of the rain and snow mode state information due to data loss, thereby improving the security and accuracy of setting the rain and snow mode. For example, an example format of the application layer data of the rain and snow mode status information transmitted by the zone controller may be "0 x550x550x550x550x550x550x550x550x550 xAA0 xAA", where 0x55 represents the rain and snow mode and 0xAA represents the normal mode, i.e., the non-rain and snow mode, the application layer data example indicating that the G01-G29 track segment of the uplink is set to the rain and snow mode and the G31-G49 track segment is set to the normal mode.
In addition, the zone controller can also perform secondary confirmation interaction with the automatic train monitoring system so as to ensure the safety and the accuracy of issuing the rain and snow mode setting instruction. This has been described in detail in the rain and snow mode setting method applied to the automatic train monitoring system, and will not be described in detail here.
By adopting the technical scheme, the rain and snow mode setting instruction comprises information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode, and the corresponding zone controller which governs the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode sends the state information of the rain and snow mode to the trains in the region which governs the zone, so that the setting of the rain and snow mode is carried out according to the zone divided by the line zone controller, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be carried out based on the logical track section of the line, the setting of the rain and snow mode is more precise and accurate, namely, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be refined to the logical track section, and the availability, the safety and the reliability of a train signal system are further improved.
Fig. 7 shows a schematic block diagram of a zone controller according to still another embodiment of the present disclosure, and as shown in fig. 7, the zone controller 2 includes: a receiving module 21, configured to receive a rain and snow mode setting instruction issued by the automatic train monitoring system 1, where the rain and snow mode setting instruction includes information about a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode, so as to indicate a track section that needs to be set to a rain and snow mode; and a sending module 22, configured to send rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the jurisdiction to trains located in the jurisdiction based on the received rain and snow mode setting instruction, so that the trains operate according to operation parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section.
By adopting the technical scheme, the rain and snow mode setting instruction comprises information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode, and the corresponding zone controller which governs the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode sends the state information of the rain and snow mode to the trains in the region which governs the zone, so that the setting of the rain and snow mode is carried out according to the zone divided by the line zone controller, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be carried out based on the logical track section of the line, the setting of the rain and snow mode is more precise and accurate, namely, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be refined to the logical track section, and the availability, the safety and the reliability of a train signal system are further improved.
Optionally, the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode comprises one or more continuous track sections to be set to the rain and snow mode.
Optionally, the sending module 22 is further configured to: and periodically sending the rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the district to the trains in the district based on the received rain and snow mode setting instruction.
The specific implementation of the operations performed by the modules included in the zone controller 2 according to the embodiment of the present disclosure has been described in detail in the method for setting the rain and snow mode applied to the zone controller according to the embodiment of the present disclosure, and is not described herein again.
Fig. 8 shows a flowchart of a rain and snow mode setting method applied to an on-vehicle controller according to still another embodiment of the present disclosure, and as shown in fig. 8, the method includes the following steps S81 and S82.
Receiving rain and snow mode state information from the zone controller in step S81, wherein the rain and snow mode state information includes rain and snow mode states of all track sections within the jurisdiction of the zone controller to indicate that a track section that needs to be set to a rain and snow mode; and
in step S82, based on the received rain and snow mode state information, the train is controlled to operate within the jurisdiction of the zone controller with the operation parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section, such that the train operates with the operation parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section.
Still, a specific example described in the rain and snow mode setting method applied to the automatic train monitoring system is taken as an example. Suppose that the on-board controller receives the rain and snow mode status information indicating that the track section with the serial number G01-G29 of the uplink is set to the rain and snow mode. Then, as shown in the rain and snow mode control flowchart of the vehicle-mounted controller shown in fig. 9, when the train operates in the jurisdiction of the area controller, the vehicle-mounted controller may determine which track section the train is currently located in real time, and then determine the rain and snow mode state of the track section where the train is currently located based on the rain and snow mode state information. And under the condition that the rain and snow mode state of the track section where the train is located is determined to be the rain and snow mode, continuously judging whether the train runs in the rain and snow mode operation parameters currently, if so, continuously controlling the train to run in the rain and snow mode operation parameters, and if not, controlling the train to be switched to run in the rain and snow mode operation parameters at a proper time based on preset switching conditions. And under the condition that the rain and snow mode state of the track section where the train is located is determined to be the normal mode, continuously judging whether the train runs in the rain and snow mode operation parameters currently, if not, continuously controlling the train to run in the normal mode operation parameters, and if so, controlling the train to be switched to run in the normal mode operation parameters at a proper time based on preset switching conditions. Therefore, only the train entering the track section in the rain and snow mode can enter the rain and snow mode and control the train by using the running parameters in the rain and snow mode, and after the train exits the track section in the rain and snow mode due to position movement, the train automatically exits the rain and snow mode and controls the train by using the running parameters in the normal mode.
In one embodiment, the onboard controller may also feed back the current rain and snow mode status of the train to the automatic train monitoring system. Therefore, the rain and snow mode state of the train can be displayed on the train number window of the automatic train monitoring system, and the dispatcher can conveniently check the rain and snow mode state.
By adopting the technical scheme, the rain and snow mode state information comprises the rain and snow mode states of all track sections in the area of the area controller, and the train is controlled to run in the area of the area controller according to the received rain and snow mode state information and the running parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode states of the corresponding track sections, so that the setting of the rain and snow mode is carried out according to the area divided by the line area controller, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be carried out on the basis of the logical track sections of the line, the setting of the rain and snow mode is more precise and accurate, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be refined to the logical track sections, and the availability, the safety and the reliability of a train signal system are further improved.
Fig. 10 shows a schematic block diagram of an on-board controller according to still another embodiment of the present disclosure, and as shown in fig. 10, the on-board controller 3 includes: a receiving module 31, configured to receive rain and snow mode state information from the area controller 2, where the rain and snow mode state information includes rain and snow mode states of all track sections in the jurisdiction of the area controller 2; and a control module 32, configured to control the train to operate in the jurisdiction of the area controller 2 with the operation parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section based on the rain and snow mode state information received by the receiving module 31.
Fig. 11 shows a schematic block diagram of an on-board controller according to still another embodiment of the present disclosure, and as shown in fig. 11, the on-board controller 3 further includes: and the feedback module 33 is configured to feed back the current rain and snow mode state of the train to the automatic train monitoring system 1.
By adopting the technical scheme, the rain and snow mode state information comprises the rain and snow mode states of all track sections in the area of the area controller, and the train is controlled to run in the area of the area controller according to the received rain and snow mode state information and the running parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode states of the corresponding track sections, so that the setting of the rain and snow mode is carried out according to the area divided by the line area controller, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be carried out on the basis of the logical track sections of the line, the setting of the rain and snow mode is more precise and accurate, the setting of the rain and snow mode can be refined to the logical track sections, and the availability, the safety and the reliability of a train signal system are further improved.
Specific implementation of operations performed by the modules included in the vehicle-mounted controller according to the embodiment of the present disclosure have been described in detail in the method for setting a rain and snow mode applied to the vehicle-mounted controller according to the embodiment of the present disclosure, and are not described herein again.
There is also provided according to an embodiment of the present disclosure a train signal system including an automatic train monitoring system 1 according to an embodiment of the present disclosure, a zone controller 2, and an on-board controller 3.
Fig. 12 shows an interaction flowchart of the automatic train monitoring system 1, the zone controller 2, and the on-board controller 3. First, the automatic train monitoring system 1 receives for the first time a rain and snow mode setting instruction including information on a track section to be set to the rain and snow mode to indicate a track section that needs to be set to the rain and snow mode; then the automatic train monitoring system 1 sends a rain and snow mode setting instruction to the corresponding region controller 2 at a time, wherein the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode is located in the region of the corresponding region controller 2; then, the corresponding zone controller 2 feeds back a received rain and snow mode setting instruction to the automatic train monitoring system 1; if the feedback information shows that the information is correct, the automatic train monitoring system 1 receives the rain and snow mode setting instruction again and issues the rain and snow mode setting instruction to the corresponding zone controller 2 for the second time; then, the zone controller 2 feeds back the rain and snow mode setting instruction received twice; then, under the condition that the area controller 2 determines that the once and twice received rain and snow mode setting instructions are consistent, rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the area is sent to the vehicle-mounted controller 3 in the area; then, the on-board controller 3 controls the train to operate in the region of the area controller 2 with the operation parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section based on the received rain and snow mode state information, and feeds back the current rain and snow mode state of the train to the automatic train monitoring system 1.
The preferred embodiments of the present disclosure are described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, however, the present disclosure is not limited to the specific details of the above embodiments, and various simple modifications may be made to the technical solution of the present disclosure within the technical idea of the present disclosure, and these simple modifications all belong to the protection scope of the present disclosure.
It should be noted that the various features described in the above embodiments may be combined in any suitable manner without departing from the scope of the invention. In order to avoid unnecessary repetition, various possible combinations will not be separately described in this disclosure.
In addition, any combination of various embodiments of the present disclosure may be made, and the same should be considered as the disclosure of the present disclosure, as long as it does not depart from the spirit of the present disclosure.

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1. A method for setting a rain/snow mode, comprising:
receiving a rain and snow mode setting instruction, wherein the rain and snow mode setting instruction comprises information about a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode to indicate that the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode is required; and
and sending the received rain and snow mode setting instruction to a corresponding region controller, so that the corresponding region controller controls the running parameters of the train in the region under the control of the corresponding region controller based on the rain and snow mode setting instruction, wherein the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode is positioned in the region under the control of the corresponding region controller.
2. The method according to claim 1, wherein the track section to be set in the rain and snow mode comprises one or more continuous track sections to be set in the rain and snow mode.
3. The method of claim 1, further comprising:
receiving feedback information of a rain and snow mode setting instruction issued for the first time by the corresponding zone controller, wherein the feedback information comprises information which is returned by the corresponding zone controller and is about a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode;
under the condition that the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the rain and snow mode setting instruction issued for the first time is consistent with the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the feedback information, the rain and snow mode setting instruction is received and issued again;
and giving an error prompt in the case that the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the rain and snow mode setting instruction issued for the first time is inconsistent with the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the feedback information.
4. An automated train monitoring system, comprising:
a first receiving device for receiving a rain and snow mode setting instruction, wherein the rain and snow mode setting instruction includes information on a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode to indicate a track section that needs to be set to a rain and snow mode;
and the sending device is used for sending the rain and snow mode setting instruction received by the receiving device to the corresponding zone controller, so that the corresponding zone controller controls the running parameters of the train located in the area under the jurisdiction of the corresponding zone controller based on the rain and snow mode setting instruction, wherein the track section to be set to be in the rain and snow mode is located in the jurisdiction of the corresponding zone controller.
5. The automatic train monitoring system of claim 4, wherein the track segment to be set to the rain and snow mode comprises one or more continuous track segments to be set to the rain and snow mode.
6. The automatic train monitoring system of claim 4, further comprising a second receiving device and a prompting device:
the second receiving device is used for receiving feedback information of the corresponding zone controller on a rain and snow mode setting instruction issued for the first time, wherein the feedback information comprises information which is returned by the corresponding zone controller and is about a track section to be set into a rain and snow mode;
in the case that the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the first issued rain and snow mode setting instruction is consistent with the information about the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode in the feedback information, the first receiving device is further configured to receive the rain and snow mode setting instruction again, and the sending device is further configured to issue the rain and snow mode setting instruction received again by the first receiving device again;
the prompting device is used for giving an error prompt when the information about the track section to be set in the rain and snow mode setting instruction issued for the first time is inconsistent with the information about the track section to be set in the rain and snow mode in the feedback information.
7. A method for setting a rain/snow mode, comprising:
receiving a rain and snow mode setting instruction issued by an automatic train monitoring system, wherein the rain and snow mode setting instruction comprises information about a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode so as to indicate the track section required to be set to the rain and snow mode; and
and sending rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the district to a train in the district based on the received rain and snow mode setting instruction, so that the train runs according to the running parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section.
8. The method of claim 7, wherein the track section to be set to the rain and snow mode comprises one or more continuous track sections to be set to the rain and snow mode.
9. The method of claim 7, wherein said transmitting rain and snow mode status information for all track sections within the jurisdiction to trains located within the jurisdiction based on the received rain and snow mode setting instructions comprises:
and periodically sending the rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the district to the trains in the district based on the received rain and snow mode setting instruction.
10. A zone controller, comprising:
the system comprises a receiving module, a monitoring module and a control module, wherein the receiving module is used for receiving a rain and snow mode setting instruction sent by an automatic train monitoring system, and the rain and snow mode setting instruction comprises information about a track section to be set to a rain and snow mode so as to indicate the track section required to be set to the rain and snow mode; and
and the sending module is used for sending the rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the district to the train in the district based on the received rain and snow mode setting instruction, so that the train runs according to the running parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section.
11. The zone controller of claim 10, wherein the track segment to be set to the rain and snow mode comprises one or more continuous track segments to be set to the rain and snow mode.
12. The zone controller of claim 10, wherein the sending module is further configured to:
and periodically sending the rain and snow mode state information of all track sections in the district to the trains in the district based on the received rain and snow mode setting instruction.
13. A method for setting a rain/snow mode, comprising:
receiving rain and snow mode state information from a region controller, wherein the rain and snow mode state information comprises rain and snow mode states of all track sections in the region of the region controller; and
and controlling the train to run in the district of the district controller according to the received rain and snow mode state information and the running parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section.
14. The method of claim 13, further comprising:
and feeding back the current rain and snow mode state of the train to an automatic train monitoring system.
15. An onboard controller, comprising:
the receiving module is used for receiving rain and snow mode state information from a region controller, wherein the rain and snow mode state information comprises rain and snow mode states of all track sections in the region of the region controller; and
and the control module is used for controlling the train to run in the district of the district controller according to the running parameters corresponding to the rain and snow mode state of the corresponding track section based on the rain and snow mode state information received by the receiving module.
16. The vehicle-mounted controller of claim 15, further comprising:
and the feedback module is used for feeding back the current rain and snow mode state of the train to an automatic train monitoring system.
17. A train signal system, comprising:
an automatic train monitoring system according to any one of claims 4 to 6;
a zone controller according to any of claims 10 to 12; and
an onboard controller as claimed in claim 15 or 16.
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