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Train Life: A Railway Simulator

For the first time in a railway simulator, you are the driver and the company manager!TAKE THE CONTROLS OF YOUR TRAIN AND TRAVEL EUROPEDrive your passengers or goods across 10 countries and explore the countryside, towns, forests and mountains of Europe from your cab. Each locomotive has its own characteristics (power, braking, etc.), which you need to learn to control them expertly, while following the railway signs and adapting to the weather conditions. BECOME A TRUE RAILWAY ENTREPRENEURAs well as driving trains, you need to operate a successful company. Create your own company; buy and maintain your trains; hire conductors and give them new contracts; explore new routes; and optimize your Passenger and Freight activities. Make the right choices to earn money and grow your business!KEY FEATURES Drive faithfully reproduced iconic trains, such as the ICE 3, ICE 4 and NEWAG Griffin Create and customize your own trains, from their outer appearance to your cab interiorManage your company: hire conductors, choose contracts, build your network, maintain your locomotives to prevent breakdowns and emergency repairsTravel 10,000 kilometres of track through the towns and countrysides of Eastern Europe, Western Europe and the Alps regionVisit a wide range of true-to-life stations, such as Berlin Central Station and Zurich Main StationFollow the railway signage while adapting to the switches and managing speed, track changes, braking distances, station arrivals, and the opening and closing of doorsHandle unexpected situations, such as a tree on the line, snow build-up on the tracks, or another train on your trackAdapt your driving to the weather conditions and the time of day to prevent accidents, day and night, through downpours and blizzards!

Train Life: A Railway Simulator


Train life- A railway simulator is a beautiful game as well with all the scenery as players pass by. The trains offer a lot of detail from both the inside as well as the outside and I found myself being pulled further into the simulation as I passed by signs telling me I was going too fast or during moments when I realized that the train needed some fuel. This is definitely a fun game for those looking to get into the genre but is also good for those who have a lot of experience in the genre.

For the first time in a videogame, become the driver and the railway company manager with Train Life: A Railway Simulator! Drive your passengers or goods across 10 countries and learn to control your locomotive expertly, while following the railway signs and adapting to the weather conditions. Create your own company; buy and maintain your trains; hire conductors and give them new contracts; explore new routes; and optimize your Passenger and Freight activities!

Simteract appears to be a very interesting developer that originally focussed on creating professional simulators for training purposes, with a train simulator being one of them. They began to make games in 2018 and had the ability to build their creations based on the simulation technology that they already had perfected. From Traffic AI to City Generators, they seem very well set up to produce these types of games.

For anybody new to train driving or even management sims, do not fret. There is a long and fairly in-depth tutorial that lasts a good couple of hours to ensure that you are fit to take the reigns of a railway company.

Once the hands-on experience has been manifested in your head it is on to recruiting drivers, allocating trains, obtaining contracts and setting tasks. You control the whole railway company, all the way down to maintaining the trains and adapting to any challenges that lie before you such as fallen trees, stalled cars and anything else that can impact your journey.

The "Japanese Rail Sim" is a railway simulation game that allows you to experience a authentic railway operation with live-action images and a realistic reproduction of the driver's seat. Anyone can enjoy the feeling of being a train driver by simply operating the master controller and the brakes.

Enter the world of Train Yard Builder and customize your railway to your heart's content. Work with different models of trains and wagons, control them the way you want, and use modder tools to unleash your creativity.

SimRail - The Railway Simulator Prologue presents the full range of possibilities of the newest and best simulator of the work of train driver. Take on the challenge and take the controls of a freight or passenger train!

Welcome to an old, ruined train station. A place that will give you a lot of fun! In Train Station Renovation you play as a renovation company specialized in restoring old and damaged railway stations.

The High Speed Train was therefore an obvious choice to go hand in hand with the Paddington to Oxford route. This iconic train gives us the opportunity to highlight the fascinating and intriguing operations of one of Britain's premier train companies. This highly regarded train represents the quality of modern passenger travel in the UK and has been accurately created in full 3D including real sound effects and a stunning cab reconstruction. The High Speed Train was first introduced to Britain's railways in 1976.

Fatigue Life Extension of Thermite Welds by Porosity Minimization Project DataFunds: $99,548Staff Responsibility: Velvet FitzpatrickResearch Agency:University of HoustonPrincipal Investigator:Dr. Francisco C. Robles HernandezFiscal Year:2018The objective of this work was to provide a new methodology to improve thermite welds. Improving thermite weld is important because it is a major concern for the North American railways and it is crucial to meet the network demands in terms of safety, reliability and ridership operations. More specifically, the objective of this work was to improve fatigue performance (i.e., strength when subjected to cyclic stress) by minimizing the two most common types of porosity -- gas and shrinkage. Gas porosity is the result of the precipitation of oxygen during solidification, and shrinkage pores are cause by thermal contraction combined with lack of melt feeding into the solidifying casting, which in this case is the thermite weld. To accomplish this objective, we have proposed a vibration technology applied during the solidification of the thermite welds to reduce the gas pores and refine the microstructure. The result is an improved weld material with superior mechanical properties. The work was divided into three major stages: i) design of experiments and thermal weld casting, ii) mechanical testing, optical microscopy, and iii) analysis and reporting of results. Due to the expense associated with performing first-time experiments on numerous thermite welds, we used a statistical method, Design of Experiments (DOE), to efficiently explore the process variables of our vibration system. The purpose of DOE is to determine the specific variable that control a multi-variable process. In addition, a rail weld simulation device was developed to use in the laboratory to enable pre-test the vibration device and explore the controlling variables. This information allows for a more efficient exploration of the vibration process when applied to thermite welds. The operational variables considered for the design of experiments were vibration frequency, vibration force, vibration orientation and the distance of the vibrator from the weld. The first set of experiments was conducted in our laboratory scale simulator to understand the fluid mechanics of the vibration on a liquid. The experiments were performed using water containing marker. The simulation results permitted the identification of the most important operating parameters to be tested in 16 experimental welds. Three additional welds were cast following current standard practices and used as controls. The results indicate that the treatment is effective and improves the service life of the welds. Results from thermite welds treated with our vibration process show improvements in strength of up to 12% and a reduction in porosity. The porosity reduction has an expected improvement on the fatigue endurance limit of up to 30%. The treated welds were inspected using the protocols and recommended practices in American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA). These tests demonstrated that the vibration treatment is suitable for revenue service use as it does not have negative effects on welds. The vibration parameter that has the greatest benefit is frequency, followed by the vibrating force. The other two parameters, orientation and distance between the vibrator and the weld, have lesser influence. This report summarizes the methodology followed in order to propose a successful weld treatment. 041b061a72


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