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'''tLengthM''' is a data type that is used for modelling distances in meters. It is derived from the basic data type '''tLength''', which shall not be used directly due to the missing unit extension. '''tLengthM''' is the standard data type for defining position of objects along tracks. In order to find out which element/parameter uses the '''tLengthM''' data type, please have a look into the schema documentation.
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'''tLengthM''' is a data type that is used for modelling distances in metres. It is derived from the basic data type '''tLength''', which shall not be used directly due to the missing unit extension. '''tLengthM''' is the standard data type for defining position of objects along tracks. In order to find out which element/parameter uses the '''tLengthM''' data type, please have a look into the schema documentation.
  
 
If the parameter using the data type '''tLengthM''' is required, please make sure that your railML export interface provides this value. However, if the actual value is unknown, please use a default value like -99999.  
 
If the parameter using the data type '''tLengthM''' is required, please make sure that your railML export interface provides this value. However, if the actual value is unknown, please use a default value like -99999.  

Revision as of 21:37, 24 April 2014

tLengthM is a data type that is used for modelling distances in metres. It is derived from the basic data type tLength, which shall not be used directly due to the missing unit extension. tLengthM is the standard data type for defining position of objects along tracks. In order to find out which element/parameter uses the tLengthM data type, please have a look into the schema documentation.

If the parameter using the data type tLengthM is required, please make sure that your railML export interface provides this value. However, if the actual value is unknown, please use a default value like -99999.

Usage

Usage in railML 2.2 (cf. [1]):

  • rail:tMileageChange/@absPos
  • rail:aAbsPosition/@absPos
  • rail:eTrackEnd/@absPosIn
  • rail:tMileageChange/@absPosIn
  • rail:tMileageChange/@absPosInOffset
  • rail:aAbsPosition/@absPosOffset
  • rail:aConnectionData/@branchDist
  • rail:aMechanicalWagonCoupler/@couplingHeight
  • rail:tTunnel/@crossSection
  • rail:aSectionTT/@distance
  • rail:aSignal/@distNearestDangerPoint
  • rail:aDoors/@entranceHeight
  • rail:aDoors/@entranceLength
  • rail:aDoors/@entranceWidth
  • rail:aGangway/@floorLevel
  • rail:aDoors/@footStepHeight
  • rail:aGangway/@gangwayHeight
  • rail:aGangway/@gangwayWidth
  • rail:aPantograph/@headWidth
  • rail:aSignal/@height
  • rail:aCurvingLimitation/@horizontalCurveRadius
  • rail:tPlacedElementWithLength/@length
  • rail:aFormationTT/@length
  • rail:aFormation/@length
  • rail:aVehicle/@length
  • rail:tCommonSwitchAndCrossingData/@length
  • rail:tLevelCrossing/@length
  • rail:tTrackCondition/@length
  • rail:aOcpTT/@offset
  • rail:tMileageChange/@pos
  • rail:aRelPosition/@pos
  • rail:aSignal/@sight
  • rail:aSignal/@trackDist
  • rail:aVehicle/@trackGauge
  • rail:aVehicle/@trackGaugeAlternative
  • rail:aStopPost/@trainLength
  • rail:tGradientChange/@transitionLenght
  • rail:aCurvingLimitation/@verticalCrestRadius
  • rail:aCurvingLimitation/@verticalSagRadius
  • rail:aPropulsion/@wheelDiameter