RailAdapt Workshop – Beijing


Beijing, June 19th 20th 2017 - hosted by CR - China Railways

Context

RailAdapt is a UIC initiative aimed at keeping UIC Members informed and prepared, in support of national Adaptation Plans, UN agreements and EU encouragement to reduce risks and costs whilst improving railways’ resilience in the face of Climate Change. Indeed building resilience in transport has been given a boost since the United Nations climate negotiations in Paris (COP 21) and Marrakech (COP 22), where all of the world governments agreed to develop adaptation plans. Railways will play no small part in this.

UIC is supporting its members by arranging a series of fact-finding and briefing workshops during 2017. UIC is inviting members and other key stakeholders to share experience and outline what support railways have and will need from governments and investors to help make the case and secure funding for improving the resilience of rail services. The findings of the workshop will provide timely input to the reviewed EU strategy on Adaption and associated EU Staff Working Document due to be published in 2018.

For more details about RailAdapt, see the flyer http://www.uic.org/IMG/pdf/railadapt.pdf

Participants

regional asset engineers, local operations managers, senior national directors, responsible for long term planning, economics and finance or those interested in corporate risks.

Agenda

Proposed Agenda

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Presentations at the Workshop

John Beckford - Whole System Thinking

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Kai Liu - Rail Assessment of Chinese railways subject to rainfall induced hazards

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Virginie Gallet - Adressing the Technical Challenges

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John Dora - The High Speed 2 approach to long-term resilience

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Guo Weidong - Design of High Speed Railways in cold regions

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Adrian Ponton - Railway engineering and technology to develop network resilience for new projects

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Batyr Kotyrev - Managing under Extreme Weather conditions

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Yasushi KAMATA - Simplified method for estimating outflow from bottom of snowpack

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Alexey Ozerov - Asset Management and Climatic Risks

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Adrian Ponton Beijing - An Australian perspective on Managing Extreme Weather Events

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Wang Dong - Research and Development of EMUfor extremely cold or sandstorm Area

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Teodor Gradinariu - An Asset Management perspective for Railways Infrastructures resilience on hte cases of Extreme Weather Events

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Wang Dong - Research and Development of EMU for extremely cold or sandstorm Area

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Posters at the Workshop

Characteristics of pounding at beam end under strong earthquake and unseating prevention study of HSR simply-supported beam bridge

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Simulation Method Research of Temperature Distribution in Hollow Piers under Solar Radiation

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Research on the Operation Safety of High-speed Train under Strong Wind Based on Simulation Model

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Research for On-Board Monitoring Technology for Wind Speed and Direction and its Application on EMU

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study_on_the_temperature_field_under_railway_embankment_responding_to_global_warming_in_cold_region.pdf

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research_on_the_operation_safety_of_high-speed_train_under_strong_wind_based_on_simulation_model.pdf

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new_approaches_for_the_analysis_of_loess_slope_stability.pdf

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frost_heave_control_design_technique_for_the_high-speed_railway_subgrade_in_seasonal_frozen_soil_area.pdf

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Wednesday 15 February 2017