MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 176, 20182018 6th International Forum on Industrial Design (IFID 2018)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Intelligent Design and Computer Technology|
|Published online||02 July 2018|
Modeling and analysis of medium speed maglev vehicle network based on CPN
Beijing Jiaotong University, School of Computer and information Technology, Beijing, China
2 China Railway Jinan Group Co., Ltd., General engineer room, Jinan, China
* Corresponding Yibo Jiao: email@example.com
With the upsurge of magnetic levitation construction and research in China, in order to improve the running speed of mid-low-speed maglev train, the 13th Five-Year Science and Technology Major Proposal put forward a medium speed maglev solution with long stator synchronous traction. According to this new plan, the magnetic levitation subsystem, including the control system, needs re-co-ordination design, and the car network system must be changed accordingly. In this paper, based on the original scheme, a new magnetic levitation vehicle network system is designed to meet the needs of localization. In this paper, colored Petri nets are used to model and analyze the original scheme and the improved scheme. It proves theoretically that the improvement scheme is superior to the original scheme in failure rate and can meet the actual project requirements.
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