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Detail Information of TB 10007-2017; TB10007-2017
Description (Translated English): Code for Design of Railway Signaling
Sector / Industry: Railway & Train Industry Standard
Word Count Estimation: 107,196
Date of Issue: 2017-01-19
Date of Implementation: 2017-05-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard): TB 10007-2006
Regulation (derived from): State-Railway-Science-Regulations (2017) No. 11

TB 10007-2017
TB
INDUSTRY STANDARD OF
THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
UDC
P J 529-2017
Code for design of railway signaling
铁路信号设计规范
ISSUED ON. JANUARY 19, 2017
IMPLEMENTED ON. MAY 1, 2017
Issued by. National Railway Administration of the People’s Republic of
China
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Foreword
On the basis of TB 10007-2006 Code for design of railway signaling, this Code
was hereby reviewed and revised through extensive solicitation,
comprehensively summarizing the experience in China’s railway signaling
engineering construction, usage management and equipment maintenance in
recent years, and fully absorbing relevant scientific research achievements.
This Code is divided into 19 chapters, including general provisions, terms and
symbols, fixed lineside signal, track occupancy inspection device, turnout
switching device, interlocking, blocking, train operation control, coding, train
dispatching and commanding (TDC) & centralized traffic control (CTC),
centralized signaling monitoring (CSM), hump signaling and marshalling station
automation, crossing signaling, shunting train protection (STP), switch snow-
melting device, electrical power unit (EPU), optical cables, operating
environment, interface design, etc.
The main contents of preparation and revision in this Code are as follows.
1. MODIFY the scope of application in the chapter General provisions to
“applicable to the design of standard-gauge railway signaling engineering”.
2. ADD the chapter Terms and symbols to define the terms, codes and
abbreviations used in this Code.
3. MODIFY the signal mechanism and lighting configuration, supplemented
with signal marker, in the chapter Fixed lineside signal.
4. MODIFY the original chapter name Track inspection device to Track
occupancy inspection device; DELETE the contents related to JZXC-480
AC continuous track circuit as well as 4-information, 8-information, 12-
information, 18-information audio frequency shift modulated track circuits;
DELETE the content of equipment parameters unrelated to engineering
design; ADD the requirements for the length of track section;
COMPLEMENT the contents with regard to ZPW-2000 series track circuit
and asymmetrical high-voltage impulse track circuit; MODIFY the contents
of track occupancy inspection device with axle counter.
5. MODIFY the original chapter name Switching device to Turnout switching
device; DELETE the contents concerning the interlock switching device by
electric locks; DELETE the construction installation content.
6. MODIFY the original chapter name Interlocking within stations to
Interlocking; INCLUDE the relevant content of original TB 10071-2000
Code for design of railway signaling interlocking within stations into this
chapter; DELETE the content of non-centralized interlocking, fly-shunting
for shunting area on level tracks, etc.; COMPLEMENT the design
requirements of computer based interlocking (CBI).
7. MODIFY the original chapter name Section blocking to Blocking; MODIFY
the relevant contents of block design.
8. ADD the chapter Train operation control, defining the requirements for
CTCS-2 and CTCS-3 level engineering design.
9. ADD the chapter Coding; INCLUDE the relevant content of original “cab
signaling and automatic train protection (ATP)” into this chapter;
COMPLEMENT the design requirements of CTCS-2 and CTCS-3 level
coding.
10. MODIFY the original chapter name Transportation dispatching and
commanding to Train dispatching and commanding (TDC) & centralized
traffic control (CTC); INCLUDE the relevant content of Interim Provisions
on Design of Railway Train Dispatching and Commanding (TDC) &
Centralized Traffic Control (CTC) System (Construction Management
Division, Ministry of Railways〔2007〕No. 205) issued by the former Ministry
of Railways into this chapter.
11. The original section Monitoring and warning in the chapter Housing and
others becomes a separate chapter, entitled Centralized signaling
monitoring (CSM); COMPLEMENT the content of centralized signaling
monitoring (CSM).
12. MODIFY the original chapter name Hump signaling to Hump signaling and
marshalling station automation, with a specific reference to TB 10069 Code
for design of railway hump signaling and automation system for marshalling
station.
13. MODIFY the original chapter name Section crossing signaling to Crossing
signaling; COMPLEMENT the design content of crossing signaling within
stations.
14. ADD the chapter Shunting train protection (STP), defining the design
content of the shunting train protection (STP) system.
15. ADD the chapter Switch snow-melting device, defining the design content
of the switch snow-melting device.
16. The original content related to signaling electrical power unit in the chapter
Power supply becomes a separate chapter, entitled Electrical power unit
(EPU).
17. MODIFY the original chapter name Transmission line to Optical cables;
COMPLEMENT the relevant contents.
18. INCLUDE the contents with regard to external power supply, signal
production houses, interference protection, lightning protection and
earthing in the original code into the chapter Operating environment.
19. ADD the chapter Interface design; COMPLEMENT the requirements for
signal professional and other related professional interface design.
20. ADD the annex Naming rules for the signals, indicators and block section
signal markers, defining the naming rules for various signals, indicators and
block section signal markers.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 4 
1 General provisions .. 9 
2 Terms and symbols .. 11 
2.1 Terms ... 11 
2.2 Codes .. 13 
2.3 Abbreviations .. 13 
3 Fixed lineside signal ... 15 
3.1 General requirements ... 15 
3.2 Setting principle ... 15 
3.3 Indication requirements ... 20 
3.4 Signaling mechanism and lighting configuration ... 23 
3.5 Signal marker.. 24 
4 Track occupancy inspection device ... 25 
4.1 General requirements ... 25 
4.2 Track circuit ... 28 
4.3 Track occupancy inspection device with axle counter ... 32 
5 Turnout switching device .. 33 
6 Interlocking ... 34 
6.1 General requirements ... 34 
6.2 Interlocking relationship ... 34 
6.3 Centralized interlocking for shunting area on level tracks ... 42 
6.4 Centralized interlocking combined circuit .. 42 
7 Blocking ... 43 
7.1 General requirements ... 43 
7.2 Semi-automatic blocking .. 43 
7.3 Automatic station blocking .. 44 
7.4 Automatic blocking... 44 
8 Train operation control ... 46 
8.1 General requirements ... 46 
8.2 CTCS lineside equipment ... 47 
8.3 CTCS level transition .. 51 
8.4 Signaling safety data network ... 51 
9 Coding .. 53 
10 Train dispatching and commanding (TDC) & centralized traffic control
(CTC) ... 57 
11 Centralized signaling monitoring (CSM) ... 60 
12 Hump signaling and marshalling station automation ... 62 
13 Crossing signaling .. 63 
14 Shunting train protection (STP) .. 66 
15 Switch snow-melting device ... 68 
16 Electrical power unit (EPU) ... 69 
17 Optical cables ... 71 
18 Operating environment ... 78 
18.1 External power supply ... 78 
18.2 Signaling production housings ... 78 
18.3 Interference protection, lightning protection and earthing .. 80 
18.4 Others ... 83 
19 Interface design ... 85 
Annex A Naming rules for the signals, indicators and
block section signal markers .. 89 
Annex B Naming rules for the track section and track section unit ... 96 
Annex C Balise naming and number rules ... 99 
Annex D Signal mechanism and lighting configuration table ... 100 
List of quoted standards ... 110 
1 General provisions
1.0.1 This Code is formulated with a view of unifying the railway signaling
engineering design criteria.
1.0.2 This Code is applicable to the design of standard-gauge railway
signaling engineering.
1.0.3 The railway signaling engineering design shall meet the requirements of
major railway technical policies.
1.0.4 The railway signaling engineering design shall meet the requirements of
main-line design speed, train operation character, cross-line train operation and
other transport organization schemes.
1.0.5 The railway signaling engineering design shall meet the requirements of
railway transport demand, network planning and economic development level;
and it shall be in line with the principle of safe application, advanced maturity
and economic rationality.
1.0.6 In case of adopting new technologies, new processes, new materials
and new equipment, the railway signaling engineering design shall meet the
relevant requirements of the railway engineering construction management.
1.0.7 The railway signaling system and circuit design involving the traffic
safety must comply with the “fail-safe” principle of railway signaling.
1.0.8 The engineering design of railway signaling system shall meet the
requirements of GB/T 21562 Railway applications - Specification and
demonstration of reliability, availability, maintainability and safety (RAMS) as
well as traffic command and control, and equipment maintenance.
1.0.9 The location and mode of railway signaling equipment shall not intrude
into the railway construction clearance. The elevation variation of additional
track surface shall also be taken into consideration.
1.0.10 The railway signaling engineering design shall meet the requirements
of the laws and regulations with regard to energy saving, land saving, water
saving, material saving, environmental protection, etc.
1.0.11 The railway signaling reconstruction engineering design shall make
reasonable use of existing equipment and apparatus in line with the conditions
of use.
1.0.12 The graphic symbols and codes used in the railway signaling
engineering design shall not only comply with this Code, but also meet the
2 Terms and symbols
2.1 Terms
2.1.1 Route through turnout by straight track
Train route or block section through no turnout or through turnout by straight
track.
2.1.2 Route through turnout by lateral track
Train route or block section through turnout by at least one set of lateral track.
2.1.3 The first signal
The signal that arrives first, when a train or train consist encounters two
consecutive signals that indicate its operation in the process of operation.
2.1.4 The second signal
The signal that arrives later, when a train or train consist encou......
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