Railway engines of different countries

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  1. shfgfa

    shfgfa FULL MEMBER

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    hi, here are some of the different locomotives being used around the world and their technical specifications.

    only posted the most popular ones among each railway

    please do post about the locomotives about u know, especially the heritage and vintage ones

    so am starting with the russian ones

    1. EP-20( freight)

    made with technical collaboration with alstom

    Capable of hauling 18 coaches at 200km/hr



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    power supply
    25 kV 50 Hz / 3 kV DC
    Gauge mm
    1520
    Length over couplers m²
    2·5
    Wheel arrangement
    Bo-Bo-Bo
    Maximum weight tonnes
    129
    Wheel diameter mm
    1250
    One-hour motor rating kW
    7200
    Continuous rating kW
    6000
    Maximum speed km/h
    160 / 200
    Starting tractive effort
    450 / 350
    Maximum tractive effort kN
    325 / 250
    Train heating supply
    1200 kW at 3 kV



    2. 2ES10( FREIGHT)

    The 2ES10 is a two unit 8 axle electric freight locomotive manufactured for RZD by Ural Locomotives, a joint venture between Siemens of Germany and Sinara Group of Russia.
    Russian Railways signed an order for 221 2ES10 locomotives

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    gauge- 1520 mm

    axle load - 25 tonnes

    power- 12000 hp

    top speed- 120 km/hr for 9000 tonne load

    tractive effort- 780 kn

    cost - 0.5 million $
     
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  2. shfgfa

    shfgfa FULL MEMBER

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    some american engines


    1. AC6000CW

    Builder GE Transportation System

    Build date 1995–2001

    Gauge 4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm)

    Wheel 42 in (1.067 m)

    Length 76 ft 0 in (23.16 m)

    Width 10 ft 3 in (3.12 m)

    Height 16 ft 0 in (4.88 m)

    weight 423,000 lb (191.9 tonnes) max

    Fuel type 5,500 US gal (21,000 l; 4,600 imp gal)

    Prime mover GE 7HDL16

    Engine type 45° V16, four stroke cycle

    Top speed 75 mph (121 km/h) (worn wheels)

    Power output 6,250 hp (4,660 kW)

    Tractive effort Starting: 181,000–200,000 lbf (810–890 kN)

    Continuous: 166,000 lbf (740 kN) @ 11.6 mph (18.7 km/h)

    Train brakes WABCO EPIC 3102 Electro-Pneumatic, others with WABCO 26L pneumatic

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    2. SD90MAC

    Builder Electro-Motive Diesels (EMD)

    Gauge 4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm)

    Wheel diameter 42 in (1.1 m)

    Length 80 ft 2 in (24.43 m)

    Locomotive weight 415,000 lb (188,000 kg)

    Fuel capacity 5,000 US gal (19,000 l; 4,200 imp gal)

    Sandbox capacity 40 cu ft (1.1 m3)

    Prime mover EMD 16-710 G3B, EMD H-Engine

    Engine RPM range 225-1000 rpm

    Traction motors Six GM 1TB2630
    Cylinders 16

    Cylinder size 10.45 × 11.80 in (265 × 300 mm)

    Power output 4,300 hp (3,210 kW) or 6,250 hp (4,660 kW)

    Tractive effort small engine: 185,000 lbf (822.92 kN) starting, 147,000 lbf (653.89 kN) continuous
    large engine: 200,000 lbf (889.64 kN) starting, 165,000 lbf (733.96 kN) continuous

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  3. shfgfa

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    SOME INDIAN ENGINES


    1. WAP 5 ( PASSENGER)

    Length 18.162 m (59 ft 7.0 in)

    Width 3.142 m (10 ft 3.7 in)

    Height 4.237 m (13 ft 10.8 in)

    Axle load 19.5 tonnes (19.2 LT; 21.5 ST)

    Locomotive weight 78 tonnes (77 LT; 86 ST)

    Top speed Service: 160 km/h (99 mph)

    Test Runs: 184 km/h (114 mph)

    Potential: 225 km/h (140 mph)

    Power output 5,450 hp (4,064 kW)

    Tractive effort 258 kN (58,000 lbf)

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    2. WAG 9

    Gauge 5 ft 6 in (1,676 mm)

    Top speed 120 KM/HR WITH 6000 TONNES LOAD

    Power output 6,350 hp (4,735 kW)

    axle load 22 tonnes

    tractive effort 580 kn

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  4. shfgfa

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    SOME CHINESE ENGINES

    1. DF4

    Model DF4B
    Build date 1969 -
    AAR wheel arr. C-C
    Gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in)
    Length 21,100 mm (69 ft 3 in)
    Width 3,309 mm (10 ft 10.3 in)
    Height 4,755 mm (15 ft 7.2 in)
    Locomotive weight 138 tonnes
    Engine type 16V240ZJB
    Transmission electric (AC-DC)
    Top speed Passenger:120 km/h (75 mph)
    Freight: 100 km/h (62 mph)
    Power output 2430 kW
    Tractive effort Passenger:327.5 kN starting, 243 kN continuous
    Freight: 435 kN starting, 324 kN continuous
    Locomotive brakes straight air and dynamic
    Train brakes JZ-7 air

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    2. HXD3B



    Build date 2008–2011
    Total production 500
    Gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) Standard gauge
    Wheel diameter new: 1,250 mm (49.2 in)
    worn: 1,150 mm (45.3 in)
    Minimum curve 300 m (984 ft)
    Wheelbase in bogie: 2x1,950 mm (76.8 in)
    Length 22,781 mm (74 ft 8.9 in)
    Width 2,950 mm (116.1 in)
    Height 4,250 mm (167.3 in)
    Axle load 25 t (27.6 short tons)
    Locomotive weight 150 t (165 short tons)
    Electric system(s) 25 kV/50 Hz AC
    Traction motors Bombardier MITRAC DR 3800 (1,600 kW (2,150 hp))
    Top speed 120 km/h (75 mph)
    Power output 9,600 kW (12,870 hp)
    Tractive effort 570 kN (128,000 lbf) starting
    506 kN (114,000 lbf) continuous up to 68.2 km/h (42.4 mph)


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    locomotives of pakistan

    1. HGMU 30 ( AMERICAN ORIGIN)

    The abbreviation HGMU30 stands for ‘Henschel General Motors Universal, 3000hp’. They are called Universal units because they can be used both on freight and passenger trains. These locomotives were built in 1985 at Henschel factory and Pakistan Railways owned 30 of these units from serial number 8201 to 8230. These units are also called EMDs as they were built by the Electro-motive division of General Motors.

    Class of locomotive
    GMU 30 (Co-Co)
    Locomotive Model
    GT-26-C W2
    Locomotive in number
    36
    Locomotive Grouping
    4701 to 4736
    Manufacturer of Locomotive
    General Motors, USA.
    Date of 1st Locomotive put in Service
    August 2, 1975
    Length of Locomotive
    68ft-2in
    Number of Wheels
    12

    Number of Traction Mot
    6
    Authorized speed of the Locomotive (Km/h)
    121
    Weight of Locomotive in working order (t)
    115
    Axle load
    19.2
    Model of diesel engine
    GM 645 E3
    Diesel Engine manufacturer
    EMD GENERAL MOTORS, USA
    Diesel Engine Horsepower
    3000
    Fuel Capacity
    1666 Imp. gallons
    Max. Tractive Effort
    78500 lbs.

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    2. DPU 30 ( CHINESE ORIGIN)

    Class of locomotive
    DPU 30 (Co-Co)
    Locomotive Model
    C20-7i
    Locomotive in number
    21
    Locomotive Grouping
    6101 to 6144
    Manufacturer of Locomotive
    Pakistan Railways, Mogulpura.
    Date of 1st Locomotive put in Service
    September 2002
    Length of Locomotive
    58’-4”
    Number of Wheels
    12

    Number of Traction Motors
    6
    Authorized speed of the Locomotive (Km/h)
    122
    Weight of Locomotive in working order (t)
    103
    Axle load
    17.5
    Model of diesel engine
    ALCO 12- 251C4
    Diesel Engine manufacturer
    ALCO Engine Division, USA.
    Diesel Engine Horsepower
    3000
    Fuel Capacity
    1600 Imp. gallons
    Max. Tractive Effort
    68000 lbs.

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    Nice infos, keep posting more :)
     
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    THE MOST WIDELY USED EUROPEAN LOCOMOTIVE



    EUROSPRINTER


    Builder Krauss-Maffei, Siemens
    Model ES 64 F *
    ES 64 F4 **
    ES 64 U ***
    Build date 1996–2001 *
    2003– **
    2000– ***
    Total production 170 *
    100+ **
    360+ ***
    UIC classification Bo'Bo'
    Gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in)
    Length 19.58 m (64 ft 3 in)
    Locomotive weight 86–87 tonnes
    Traction motors Four
    Top speed FREIGHT 140 km/h (87 mph)
    PASSENGER 230 km/h (140 mph)
    Power output 6,400 kW (8,600 hp)
    Tractive effort 300 kN (67,000 lbf)
    Locomotive brakes Air and electric
    Train brakes Air
    Safety systems Sifa, PZB, ETCS, various

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    Nice thread. Keep on going.
     
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    HERE ARE SOME POPULAR STEAM ENGINES


    1. DRB CLASS 52


    Quantity: 7000+
    Year(s) of manufacture: 1942– 1950
    Retired: ČSD: 1976
    Wheel arrangement: 2-10-0
    Axle arrangement: 1'E h2
    Type: G 56.15
    Gauge: 4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm)
    Length over buffers: 22.975 m (75.38 ft)
    27.532 m (90.33 ft) (with condensing tender)
    Overall wheelbase: 9.2 m (30 ft)
    Service weight: 84.0 t (82.7 LT; 92.6 ST)
    Service weight incl. tender: 102.7 t (101.1 LT; 113.2 ST)
    Adhesive weight: 75.9 t (74.7 LT; 83.7 ST)
    Top speed: 80 km/h (50 mph)
    Indicated Power: 1,192 kW (1,598 hp)
    Driving wheel diameter: 1.4 m (4 ft 7 in)
    Leading wheel diameter: 0.85 m (2 ft 9 in)
    No. of cylinders: 2
    Cylinder bore: 600 mm (24 in)
    Piston stroke: 660 mm (26 in)
    Boiler Overpressure: 16 bar (1.6 MPa)
    Grate area: 3.89 m2 (41.9 sq ft)
    Evaporative heating area: 177.83 m2 (1,914.1 sq ft)
    Tender service weight: 18.7 t (18.4 LT; 20.6 ST)
    Water capacity: 27,000 l (5,900 imp gal; 7,100 US gal)
    30,000 l (6,600 imp gal; 7,900 US gal) when using an ÖBB covered tender
    Fuel: 10.0 t (9.8 LT; 11.0 ST) coal
    Train heating: Steam

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    2. UP BIG BOY


    Builder American Locomotive Company
    Build date 1941 (20), 1944
    Total production 25
    Configuration 4-8-8-4
    UIC classification (2′D)D2′ h4
    Gauge 4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm)
    Leading wheel diameter 36 in (914 mm)
    Driver diameter 68 in (1,727 mm)
    Trailing wheel diameter 42 in (1,067 mm)
    Wheelbase 72 ft 5.5 in (22.09 m)
    Length Locomotive: 85 ft 3.4 in (25.99 m)
    Overall: 132 ft 9¼ in (40.47 m)
    Width 11 ft (3.4 m)
    Height 16 ft 2½ in (4.94 m)
    Weight on drivers 540,000 lb (244,939.9 kilograms)
    Locomotive weight 762,000 lb (345,637.4 kilograms)
    Tender weight 342,200 lb (155,219.3 kilograms) (2/3 load)
    Locomotive and tender combined weight 1,250,000 lb (566,990.5 kilograms)
    Fuel type Coal
    Fuel capacity 30 short tons (27.2 t)
    Water capacity 22,000 U.S. gal (83,000 l; 18,000 imp gal)
    Boiler 95 in (2,400 mm)
    Boiler pressure 300 lbf/in² (2.1 MPa)
    Fire grate area 150 sq ft (14 m2)
    Heating surface: Tubes and flues 5,035 sq ft (468 m2)
    Heating surface: Firebox 720 sq ft (67 m2)
    Heating surface: Total 5,735 sq ft (533 m2)
    Superheater type Type A
    Superheater area 2,043 sq ft (190 m2)
    Cylinders Four
    Cylinder size 23.75 × 32 in (603 × 813 mm)
    Top speed 80 mph (130 km/h)
    Tractive effort 135,375 lbf (602.18 kN)
    Factor of adhesion 4.11


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    3. FLYING SCOTSMAN

    Designer Sir Nigel Gresley
    Builder Doncaster railway works
    Build date 1923
    Configuration 4-6-2
    Gauge 4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm)
    Driver diameter 80 inches (2.03 m) diameter
    Length 70 feet (21.6 m)
    Height 13 feet (4.0 m)
    Locomotive weight 96.25 tons (97.54 tonnes)
    Cylinders 3
    Top speed 100 mph (161 km/h)
    Tractive effort 29,385 lbf (13,329 kgf, 130.7 kN)
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  13. shfgfa

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    MY PERSONAL FAVOURITE IS THE MAJESTIC FLYING SCOTSMAN

    HOWEVER ADVANCED TODAY'S LOCOMOTIVES MAY BE,
    THEY CAN NEVER MATCH UP WITH THE BEAUTY AND ROYALTY OF STEAM ENGINES.
     
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    Some pics of DMU's (Q: Are these manufactured in India ?)

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  15. shfgfa

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    SORRY MATE, CANT SEE THE PICTURES U POSTED