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The main aim of this document is to provide a general description and characterization of a generic mainline railway system. An electrified railway system is complex distributed engineering system and can be described as a closely-knitted integration of a number of sub-systems which interact continuously with each other influencing the global energy consumption.
The main objective of Task 1.2 of WP1 is to obtain a global energy consumption map. An energy consumption map is a comprehensive and graphic way of representing the energy flows in the whole railway power supply systems.
Deliverable D2.3 “Reference architecture for Operational REM System Making” aims at describing the architecture of a “smart” solution for the optimisation of use of energy in the different parts of the railway system.
The main objective of Task 3.2 is the definition of the five evaluation scenarios identified by MERLIN and their objectives
The main objective of this deliverable is to outline a clear and effective strategy in order for the results of the projects to be exploited and implemented in an optimum manner. Without such a strategy the full potential benefits of the project may not be realised.