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Standard ID TB 10020-2017 (TB10020-2017)
Description (Translated English) Code for design on rescue engineering for disaster prevention and evacuation of railway tunnel
Sector / Industry Railway & Train Industry Standard
Word Count Estimation 35,315
Date of Issue 2017-02-20
Date of Implementation 2017-05-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) TB 10020-2012
Regulation (derived from) State-Railway-Technology-Regulations (2017) 14

TB 10020-2017
Code for Design of Emergency Evacuation and
Rescue Works for Railway Tunnel
Issued on May 14,2018
Issued by National Railway Administration of the People’s Republic of China
1 General Provisions
1.0.1 This Code is prepared with a view to implementing the laws and regulations concerning safe
production and safe railway transportation, guaranteeing the safe evacuation and rescue of persons in of accidents such as trains catching fire in tunnel, standardizing the design of emergency
and rescue works for railway tunnel and rendering the emergency evacuation and works for railway tunnel safe, technically advanced, and cost effective.
1.0.2 This Code is applicable to the design of emergency evacuation and rescue works for tunnels on
high-speed railways, intercity railways, and mixed passenger and freight railways.
1.0.3 The principle of “people orientation, safe evacuation, emphasis on self-rescue, and convenience shall be followed in the design of emergency evacuation and rescue works for railway
tunnel.
1.0.4 In case the train catches fire in tunnel, it shall run out of the tunnel for evacuation. If the train
cannot run out of the tunnel, it shall stop at the emergency rescue station for evacuation and rescue.
1.0.5 For the design of emergency evacuation and rescue works for railway tunnel, the overall
scheme design shall be intensified and the interface design shall be coordinated so as to ensure the
working functions.
1.0.6 In addition to this Code, the design of emergency evacuation and tunnel shall also comply with relevant current standards of China.
3 Basic Requirements
3.0.1 The overall scheme design of emergency evacuation and works for railway tunnel shall
be carried out in consideration of the technical standards, works distribution, works features,
rescue environment, and operational mode of the railway line.
3.0.2 Evacuation outside the tunnel shall be preferred to that inside the tunnel. The route and
facilities for evacuation shall be designed in consideration of the transportation property, environment, construction adit etc.
3.0.3 The emergency train on fire stops. The emergency exit, refuge adit and persons evacuation in case of train accident.
3.0.4 Through evacuation passage(s) shall be provided in the tunnel, with single passage provided
side in single-track tunnel, double passages provided on both sides in multiple-track tunnel.
3.0.5 Emergency rescue station(s) shall be provided for a tunnel or a tunnel group with a length of
20 km or above.
3.0.6 For single-tube tunnels with a length of 10 km or above, at least one emergency exit or refuge
adit shall be provided at tunnel body.
3.0.7 For single-tube tunnels with a length not less than 5 km but less than 10 km, one emergency
exit or refuge adit should be provided at tunnel body considering the construction adit.
3.0.8 For two parallel tunnel tubes serving as rescue and evacuation passages for each other.
3.0.9 For tunnels provided with emergency rescue station, the arrangement of the emergency exit,
refuge adit and cross passage shall comply with the requirements of Articles 3.0.6〜 3.0.8 of this
Code.
3.0.10 The structure, waterproofing and drainage of civil works for emergency evacuation and
shall be designed as required by permanent works. The floor of the passages for evacuation shall be
flat, stable, and free of ponding.
3.0.11 The emergency rescue station at the tunnel portal and the portal of the emergency exit should be provided with temporary refuge site.
3.0.12 The design fire scale of tunnels shall be determined by assuming that for one tunnel or one
tunnel group, only one car of a passenger train is on fire at a certain time. The fire scale shall be
determined by the types of the trains operating on the railway line. 15 MW may be assumed for EMU, 20 MW for conventional passenger trains.
3.0.13 The principle of separating persons from smoke shall be followed in emergency ventilation
design.
3.0.14 The safe persons evacuation time shall comply with the following requirements.
1 The available evacuation time shall be longer than the required evacuation time.
2 The required evacuation time for the emergency rescue station in tunnel should not exceed 6 miru
3. 0.15 The design of emergency evacuation and rescue works shall include the following main items.
1 Overall scheme design. type, scale and quantity of emergency evacuation and works.
4 Civil Works
4.1 General Requirements
4.1.1 The civil works for emergency evacuation and rescue shall be designed in coordination with
relevant works and systems such as tunnel, ventilation, electric power, traction power supply,
communication, signalling, buildings, water supply and drainage, mechanic system, etc.
4.1.2 The emergency specific conditions of the tunnel or tunnel group.
4.1.3 When a railway station is arranged in the tunnel or tunnel group, the emergency evacuation
works shall be designed in coordination with the railway station.
4.1. 4 Waterproofing Class I shall apply to the works where the electromechanical equipment is
installed, and waterproofing standard not inferior to Class HI shall apply to other parts of the works.
4.2 Emergency Rescue Station in Tunnel
4.2.1 The emergency rescue station in tunnel should be located where the geological condition is
good and where it is convenient to use the service gallery.
4.2.2 The design of emergency rescue station in tunnel shall include the following items.
1 The location, type and scale of the emergency rescue station.
2 The length, width and height of the platform of emergency rescue station.
3 The interval and cross-sectional dimensions of cross passages.
4 The type, clear width and clear height of the protection doors of cross passages.
5 The location and dimensions of the refuge site.
6 Firefighting facilities such emergency ventilation, power supply, firefighting, emergency
lighting, emergency communication and monitoring systems, as well as relevant signs.
4.2.3 The following types of emergency station may be adopted in tunnel.
1 Cross passages at short intervals, suitable for double-tube single-track tunnels.
2 Parallel headings on both sides, suitable for single-tube double-track tunnels.
3 Parallel heading on one side, suitable for single-tube single-track tunnels.
4.2.4 The length of emergency margin. The length may be.
1 450 m for high-speed railway.
2 550 m for mixed passenger and freight railway.
3 230 m for intercity railway with 8-car trains.
4.2.5 The design of the platforms of emergency requirements.
1 For single-track tunnels, one-side platform shall be arranged;for double-track tunnels, both-
side platforms shall be arranged. The width of the platform should not be less than 2.3
2 The platform surface should be higher than the top of rail by at least 0.3
3 The horizontal distance between the edge of the platform and the route centerline may be 1.8 m.
4.2.6 The interval between the cross passages in emergency rescue stations should not exceed 60 m.
4.2.7 The clear width and clear height of the cross passages in emergency rescue stations should not
be less than 4.5 m and 4.0 m respectively.
4.2.8 The longitudinal gradient of the cross passages in emergency rescue stations should not exceed
12%. The covered by the protection door when opened shall be level grade.
4.2.9 The clear width and clear height of parallel headings in emergency rescue stations shall be
determined in consideration of evacuation, ventilation, construction, etc., and should not be less than.
4.5 m and 5.0 m respectively.
4.2.10 The refuge site of emergency stations should not be less than per person.
4.3 Emergency Rescue Station at Tunnel Portal
station at tunnel portal should be located at sections easy for evacuation4.3.1 The emergency
and with long open lines.
4.3.2 The design of emergency
1 The location, type and scale of the emergency rescue station.
2 The design parameters of evacuation facilities.
3 The location and area of the refuge site.
4 Firefighting facilities such as lighting, emergency communication and monitoring systems, as well as relevant signs.
4.3.3 The following types of emergency rescue
1 Direct evacuation, suitable for tunnel group with the length of open lines exceeding 250
2 Service galleries
3 Cross passages at short intervals
4.3.4 When the open line of the emergency ventilation system should be provided;otherwise it may not be provided.
station at tunnel portal shall include the length of open line
4.3.5 The length of emergency station at tunnel portal shall include the length of open line
and that of the portal sections at both ends, and the length of the open line plus that of either
section shall not be less than the length of one train.
4.3.6 The passage, construction adit, protection door, refuge site, etc. of emergency rescue
station at tunnel portal shall comply with the requirements of Section.
4.3.7 The platform of emergency inside the tunnel shall be connected in provided connecting the platform and the refuge site.
4.4 Emergency Exit and Refuge Adit
4.4.1 The design of emergency exits shall comply with the following requirements.
1 Parallel heading or lateral tunnel shall be preferred.
2 When inclined shafts length should not exceed 500m.
3 When shafts stairway shall not be less than 1.8 m.
4 The clear width and clear height of emergency exits based on inclined shafts and lateral tunnel
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