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Er200

ER200 (ЭР200)
EMU ER200 on the Moscow – Saint Petersburg Line
In service 1 March 1984 - 28 February 2009
Manufacturer Rīgas Vagonbūves Rūpnīca (RVR)
Built at

Rīgas Vagonbūves Rūpnīca (RVR),
Rīgas Elektromašinbūves Rūpnīca (RER),

Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics (ТУСУР)
Constructed 1973, 1988, 1991-1994
Refurbishment 1988, 1998, 2003, 2005, 2009
Number built 28 cars (of them - 6 head/control cars);
2(3) sets
Number in service None
Formation DT + n x (Mp + M) + DT;
4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 cars
Capacity

24 seats (head cars)
64 seats (intermediate cars)
36 seats (renewed first class cars)
816 seats (14-car set)

304 seats (6-car set)
Operator(s) Ministry of Railways
Russian Railways
Depot(s) ТЧ-10 ОКТ ж.д. (Saint Petersburg)
Line(s) served Moscow – Saint Petersburg Railway
Specifications
Car body construction Aluminium alloy
Car length 26,000 mm (85 ft 4 in)
Width 3,130 mm (10 ft 3 in)
Height 4,200 mm (13 ft 9 in)
Doors 2 per side
Maximum speed 200 km/h (124 mph)
Weight

48.7 t (47.9 long tons; 53.7 short tons) DT
56.5 t (55.6 long tons; 62.3 short tons) M
58.5 t (57.6 long tons; 64.5 short tons) Mp
787.4 t (775.0 long tons; 868.0 short tons) (14-car set)

327.4 t (322.2 long tons; 360.9 short tons) (6-car set)
Traction system

4 x 1ДТ.001 240 kW (320 hp) 750 V DC motors
8.9 kN (2,000 lbf) x 4 = 35.6 kN (8,000 lbf)
427.2 kN (96,000 lbf) (14-car set)

142.4 kN (32,000 lbf) (6-car set)
Power output

240 kW (320 hp) x 4 (one hour)
215 kW (288 hp) x 4 (continuous)
11,520 kW (15,450 hp) (14-car set)

3,840 kW (5,150 hp) (6-car set)
Transmission 1 : 2.346 gear ratio
Acceleration 0.4 m/s2 (1.3 ft/s2) (1.44 km/(h·s) or 0.89 mph/s)
Deceleration 0.4 m/s2 (1.3 ft/s2) (1.44 km/(h·s) or 0.89 mph/s) (normal service)
0.6 m/s2 (2.0 ft/s2) (2.16 km/(h·s) or 1.34 mph/s) (max service)
1.2 m/s2 (3.9 ft/s2) (4.32 m/s2 or 14.2 ft/s2) (emergency)
Electric system(s) 3 kV DC Overhead catenary
Current collection method Pantograph
Braking system(s) Rheostatic brake, Electro-pneumatic disc brake, Electromagnetic track brake
Safety system(s) KLUB-U
Coupling system SA3
Track gauge 1,520 mm (4 ft 11 2732 in)
ER200 in maintenance facilities

The ER200 was a Soviet electric train built in Riga by Rīgas Vagonbūves Rūpnīca. It was the first high-speed Direct Current intercity Electric Multiple Unit (EMU) train with rheostatic brake. There were two designs. The first design, begun in 1974, was the ER200-1 EMU, and went into commercial operation in 1984. The second design went into operation between Saint-Petersburg and Moscow in 1996.

Contents

  • Overall trainset description 1
  • Body 2
  • Bogies 3
  • Main circuit electric equipment 4
  • Auxiliary electric equipment 5
  • Operational performance 6
  • See also 7

Overall trainset description

ER200-105 at the Moscow Railway Museum, Rizhsky Rail Terminal
Supplier RVR
First supplied 1974
Type IC/IR
Maximum speed 200 km/h
Line voltage 3,000 V DC
Main configuration DT+4(Mp+M)+DT / DT+3(Mp+M)+DT
Single unit configuration (options) Mp+M (M+Mp+DT)
Number of seats 544 / 416
Train weight 557.4 t / 442.4 t
Coach weight ( DT / M / Mp ) 48.7 t / 56.5 t / 58.5 t
Gauge 1,520 mm

Body

Body data
Supplier RVR / KVZ
Length, mm 26000
Width, mm 3130
Height, mm 4200
Distance between suspensions, mm 18800
Number of input doors in coach 4
Number of seats ( DT / M ) 16 / 64
Example Example

Bogies

Bogies data
Supplier RVR
Distance between axles ( M / T ), mm 2500 / 2500
Weight ( M / T ), t 12.5 / 8.06
Wheel diameter ( M / T ), mm 950 / 950
Number of motor bogies under the M-car 2
Number ot TM in M-bogie 2
Gear ratio 2.346
Traction Motor (TM)
Supplier RER
Type DC commutator
Model 1DT-001
One-hour power, kW 240
Continue power, kW 215
Voltage, V 750
Continue current, A 285
Max field weakening, % 20.0
Wheel force, kN 8.9
Weight, kg 1320

Main circuit electric equipment

  • Supplier RER
  • Control mode rheostatic step control + TCH
  • Traction converter Thyristor DC chopper (TCH)
  • Mounting place under floor Mp
  • Semiconductors Thyristors TB353-630-16
  • Number of semiconductors 20
  • Nominal output voltage, V 3000
  • Modulation frequency, Hz 400
  • Cooling system self-ventilated
  • Number of TM in unit 8
  • Number of TM sequences 2
  • Electric brake rheostatic

Auxiliary electric equipment

  • Supplier RER
  • Converter type rotating machine
  • Model 1PV.004
  • Input voltage, V 3000
  • Output voltage, V 3x220
  • Power, kW 75.0
  • Battery voltage, V 110

Operational performance

  • Design/Commercial speed: 200 km/h (124 mph)
  • Acceleration (0–60 km/h): 0.4 m/s2 (1.44 km/h/s)
  • Service deceleration (80–0 km/h): 0.4 m/s2 (1.44 km/h/s)
  • Max service deceleration: 0.6 m/s2 (2.16 km/h/s)
  • Emergency deceleration: 1.2 m/s2 (4.32 km/h/s)

See also

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