Contact Lines for Electric Railways: Planning, Design, Implementation, Maintenance 2nd Edition by Friedrich Kiessling, Rainer Puschmann, Axel Schmieder and Egid Schneider gives detailed description of the subject with the electromechanical and structural requirements.
Railway firm professionals and producers of contact line techniques will discover sensible steering within the planning and implementation of programs, as well as applicable specs and the technical information they will want, together with requirements and regulations.
From both ecological and economical perspectives, electric traction is probably the most favorable sort of power supply for railways. Its reliability depends to a large degree on the contact lines, which have to function safely underneath all relevant climatic conditions, needing as little maintenance as possible.
Particularly extreme calls for are made if overhead contact lines are expected to ensure safe energy transmission to electric traction vehicles travelling at speeds over 300 km/h. The authors have used their worldwide experience to offer a transparent and comprehensive description of the configuration, mechanical and electrical design, installation and operation of contact lines for electrical railways on native and lengthy distance transportation systems.
Since massive sections of the book are dedicated to the system facets, advisor engineers can even use it as a foundation for designing systems and interfaces to other subsystems of electrical railway engineering. The book offers college students, railway company professionals, manufacturers and consultant engineers with an in depth description of the subject. They may find sensible steerage for planning and implementation of methods, specifications, technical information, standards and regulations.
Contact Lines for Electric Railways: Planning, Design, Implementation, Maintenance [Hardcover]
Friedrich Kiessling, Rainer Puschmann, Axel Schmieder and Egid Schneider
Publicis Corporate Publishing; 2nd edition (September 1, 2009)
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