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INDONESIAN RAILWAY TECHNICAL STANDARD
ON

TRACK DESIGN, INSTALLATION AND
MAINTENANCE


PART 2 : DETAILED STANDARD

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Indonesian Railway Technical Standard Track : Part 2

Table of Content


1. Scope of Application 1
2. Objective 1
3. Definitions and Interpretation 1
4. Basic principle 3
5. Railway geometry 4

5.1 Radius of curvature 4
5.2 Cant 6
5.3 Slack 7
5.4 Transition Curve 7
5.5 Gradient 7
5.6 Formation Level 8
5.7 Track center to center distance 11

6. Railway structure 13
7. The Other Track Structures and Use of Materials 14

7.1 Rail 14
7.2 Use of Sleeper and Sleeper Spacing 16
7.3 Fastening device 17
7.4 Rail Joint 20
7.5 Slab Track 21
7.6 Ballast 21
7.7 Turnouts 21

8. Continues welded rail 24
8.1 Conditions on Installation of Long Rail 24

9. Safety Facilities 28
9.1 Guard Rails 28
9.2 Buffer stop, etc. 29

10. Level crossing 30
11. Rail-Sign Posts 32
12. Maintenance 33

12.1 General 33
12.2 Values to be Aimed at in Stability of Track 33
12.3 Standard on Maintenance of Turnouts 34
12.4 Target to be achieved in Rail care 35
12.5 Target Aim at in Track Maintenance 36

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iii) The chord for measurement shall, in principle, be 10m, and for turnout
installed section, 50cm forwarding method shall be adopted, and 5 m
forwarding method for the other sections.


c.

d.

In case of measurement by Track Master, the standard rail shall, in principle,
be left side rail, but be inner rail for the curve section (R ≤ 250). In case of
consecutive measurement of curves of R≤250, the inner rail of the curve
with the smallest radius shall be used at the Standard side. Inspection and
measurement shall be carried out, by 2 m chorded 50 cm forwarding
method.


Track irregularity shall be expressed in the following manner, and
measurement unit shall be in mm. In this case, the degree of irregularity
shall be obtained by deduction of slack, cant and versine values (including
vertical curve).


i) Track gauge Expanding irregularity shall be expressed with

“+”, and shrinking irregularity with “― “.
ii) Cross Level Higher level of opposite rail shall be expressed

with “+” and lower level with “―”.
iii) Longitudinal Level Higher level shall be expressed with “+” and

lower level with “―”.
iv) Alignment Irregularity to the outside of the track gauge shall

be expressed with “+” and inward irregularity to
the track gauge with “―”.

v) Twist Flatness shall be measured in terms of the degree
of flatness (value of cant included) as per 5m
track (as per 2.5m for highly specified track for
Main line), and twist in the right direction shall
be expressed with “+” and that in the left
direction, with “―”.


(3) Criteria for judgment/assessment of track irregularity

Judgment/assessment of track irregularity shall be made, according to 11.2.1
and 11.2.2 of Basic Standard for Track Installation and Maintenance and 12.
here of.

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13.1.2 Inspection on Train Vibration


(1) Items for inspection, Subject and Frequency of inspection


Item of
inspection

Frequency of
inspection

Subject Remarks

Acceleration of
vertical and
horizontal
vibration

Main line
(excluding sub
main line)

12 times/ year

Acceleration of
horizontal
vibration and
vibration
frequency

Main line in high
speed operation
section
(excluding sub
main line)

2 times/ year
High speed line
are about 120
km/h or more


(2) Method of inspection

Train vibration shall, in principle, be measured by Inspection car (EM 120) and
train vibration measuring apparatus.


(3) Criteria for judgment/assessment

Rolling stock vibration shall be judged/assessed, according to 11.2.1.(5) of Basic
Standard for Track Installation and Maintenance and 11.2.(2) hereof.




13.1.3 Inspection on Rail Joint Gap


(1) Items for inspection, Subjects and Frequency of inspection



Items for
Inspection

Subject Frequency of Inspection Remarks

Maintenance
Grade

Frequency
Conditions of
Joint Gap

Main line
(Including
sub-main line)

1a~b
2a~b

Twice/ year

(N.B). Subject of
inspection shall be
decided by Director
of DAOP, before

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(3) Criteria for judgment/assessment


Main line
others

Single
Double

A Rank B Rank C Rank D Rank E Rank

Single
line

Straight :
3400 less than
(L’+400)
Less than
Curve:
3400+a Less than
(L’+400+α) less than


Main line
(Including
sub main

line)

Double
line

Straight:
L+200

less than
Curve:

L+200+α
less than

Straight: 3450 less
than (L’+450 less
than)
Curve:
3450+ α Less than
(L’+450+a) less than

Straight:
3600 less

than
Curve:

3600+ α
less than

Straight:
3600+100
less than
Curve:

3600+α+100
Less than

Straight:
3600+100
less than
Curve:

3600+α+100
Less than

Other line

Straight:
L+200

Less than
Curve:

L+200+ α
Less

Straight
3300 less than
(L’+300)
Less than
Curve:
3300+ α
less than
(L’+300+α) less than

Straight:
3400 less

than
Curve:
3400+α

Less than

Straight:
3400+100
less than

Curve
3400+α+100

less than

Staright:
3400+100
Less than

Curve:
3400+α+100

less than

Note:
a. Single line section means the main line and any other lines adjacent thereto that are

located within the premises existing in the single line section (inclusive of the
premises of railway station at which the double line changes to the single line) and
existing in the multi-line section.

b. L: “Maximum width of rolling stock” of the largest wide rolling stock that is operated
in the section concerned.

c. L’: Maximum width of rolling stock that is operated in the section concerned.
d. Figures in parentheses may be used in an inevitable case.
e. means the amount of deviation due to curvature and cant which shall be calculated

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by the radiuses pf all curves concerned, not withstanding the Basic Standard for Track
Installation and Maintenance (Clause 28) and the Detailed Standard for Track
Installation and Maintenance (Clause 25 through 27 hereof).


(4) Person responsible for execution of examination

The responsible person shall be General manager of Track maintenance technology
centre, etc.


(5) Custody and report of examination results


a. Custody of examination records shall be taken by General Manager of Track
maintenance technology centre etc.


b. Reporting to Director of Branch office shall be made, whenever necessary.




15. Supplementary Provision :

(1) Effective Date


This circular notice shall become effective from and including .............

(2) Transitional Actions


The existing tracks suit the previous specifications or either of this specification, until
being improved in future.








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