Design Reliability & Safety for Light Rail Transit (LRT) Propulsion System

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Design Reliability & Safety for LRT Propulsion System


Reliability is a main design prerequisite in public transportation systems. This talk will address the governing parameters for a successful reliable propulsion system. Also, the system is not only required to be relaible but most importantly safe. Those considerations will highlight the power electronics' components design. The talk will address how to combine safety and reliability into the design phase of any propulsion system. A case study will present the propulsion design of the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Vehicles. All pertaining design requirements will be verified towards the welfare of a successful deployment of the LRT project in Toronto.



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  • Date: 10 Feb 2022
  • Time: 05:30 PM to 07:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) America/Toronto
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Virtual

https://meet.google.com/aag-mvpw-aqh

  • Co-sponsored by IEEE Toronto Section
  • Starts 31 January 2022 11:35 AM
  • Ends 10 February 2022 05:30 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) America/Toronto
  • No Admission Charge


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James Li of Parsons Corporation

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Design Reliability & Safety for LRT Propulsion System

James Li is a RAMS Lead in Parsons Inc. He has 30 years of experiences in
the Railway and Public Transit industry. Prior to joining Parsons, James has
worked for Bombardier for 15 years as a Lead RAMS Engineer for
development of Monorail and Advance Rapid Transit (ART) system. He is a
Professional Engineer for the PEO and APEGA, and ASQ Certified Reliability
Engineer. He earned B. Eng from Jilin Polytechnic University and M. Eng from
Beijing Jiaotong University in China.

Biography:

James Li is a RAMS Lead in Parsons Inc. He has 30 years of experiences in
the Railway and Public Transit industry. Prior to joining Parsons, James has
worked for Bombardier for 15 years as a Lead RAMS Engineer for
development of Monorail and Advance Rapid Transit (ART) system. He is a
Professional Engineer for the PEO and APEGA, and ASQ Certified Reliability
Engineer. He earned B. Eng from Jilin Polytechnic University and M. Eng from
Beijing Jiaotong University in China.

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Agenda

1- Introduction of Mr. Li to the audience;

2- Talk by Mr. Li;

3- Open discussion;

4- Conclusions and Adjournment.