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    SPECIFICATION FOR BATTERY OPERATED DUAL

    MODE SHUNTING LOCOMOTIVE(DMSL), Alt. 0

    PREP.BY. SSE/D&D

    CHECKED .BY SEE/D&D

    CENTRE FOR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT CHITTARANJAN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS

    NO: CLW/C-D&D/ES/03/0551

    ISSUED BY DY. CEE/D&D Alt.

    INDIAN RAILWAYS

    CHITTARANJAN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS CHITTARANJAN

    SPECIFICATION FOR BATTERY OPERATED

    DUAL MODE SHUNTING LOCOMOTIVE (DMSL)

    SPECIFICATION NO - CLW/C-D&D/ES/03/0553, Alt.- 0

    Total no. of pages: 47

    (Issued on August– 2019)

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    SPECIFICATION FOR BATTERY OPERATED DUAL

    MODE SHUNTING LOCOMOTIVE(DMSL), Alt. 0

    PREP.BY. SSE/D&D

    CHECKED .BY SEE/D&D

    CENTRE FOR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT CHITTARANJAN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS

    NO: CLW/C-D&D/ES/03/0551

    ISSUED BY DY. CEE/D&D Alt.

    ALTERATION RECORD SHEET

    Amendmentin Clause No.

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    SPECIFICATION FOR BATTERY OPERATED DUAL

    MODE SHUNTING LOCOMOTIVE(DMSL), Alt. 0

    PREP.BY. SSE/D&D

    CHECKED .BY SEE/D&D

    CENTRE FOR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT CHITTARANJAN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS

    NO: CLW/C-D&D/ES/03/0551

    ISSUED BY DY. CEE/D&D Alt.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Chapter No.

    Description Page

    Abbreviations and Definitions 4-5

    1 General 6-13

    2 Technical Requirement 14-23

    3 Operating and Environmental Conditions 24-25

    4 Scope of work/supply 26-28

    5 General Conditions, Inspection, Test & Trials and Other requirements 29-35

    6 Salient information for locomotive

    Annexure-I to Annexure-X

    36-47

    6.0 Annexure-I: Schematic circuit diagram of Power & Auxiliary Circuit 36

    6.1 Annexure-II:WAG-9 Cab structure 37

    6.2 Annexure-III: Machine Room layout of WAG-9 38

    6.3 Annexure-IV: Machine Room layout of WAP-7 39

    6.4 Annexure-V: Max. & Min. Moving dimension for BG Electric locomotive 40

    6.5 Annexure-VI: Existing Bogie frame of WAG-9 locomotive 41

    6.6 Annexure-VII: Salient information of existing Main Transformer 42

    6.7 Annexure-VIII: Details of existing Series Resonant Inductor unit 43

    6.8 Annexure-VIII: Details of existing Auxiliary Converter Choke unit 43

    6.9 Annexure-IX: Characteristics of existing Traction Motor 44

    6.10 Annexure-X: Existing load distribution of Auxiliary Converter 45-46

    6.11 Annexure-XI: Performance curve for Battery mode operation 47

    6.12 Annexure-XI: Performance curve for OHE mode operation 47

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    SPECIFICATION FOR BATTERY OPERATED DUAL

    MODE SHUNTING LOCOMOTIVE(DMSL), Alt. 0

    PREP.BY. SSE/D&D

    CHECKED .BY SEE/D&D

    CENTRE FOR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT CHITTARANJAN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS

    NO: CLW/C-D&D/ES/03/0551

    ISSUED BY DY. CEE/D&D Alt.

    Abbreviations and Definitions:

    AAR - Association of American Railroad

    AC - Alternating current

    AF - Audio frequency

    Aux - Auxiliaries BG - shall mean 1676 mm Broad Gauge used in IR BMS -Battery Management System

    BOM - Bill of Material

    BS -British Standards

    CBC -Centre Buffer Coupler

    CLW - Chittaranjan Locomotive Works

    Co-Co -Shall mean one unit of the Locomotive consisting of two bogies, witheach bogie having three wheels with three independent traction motors and the traction motor drive coupled to each wheel;

    CON - Converter

    DC -Direct Current

    DCU - Drive Control Unit

    DMSL -Dual mode shunting locomotive

    EMC -Electro-magnetic Compatibility

    EMI -Electro-magnetic Interference

    EN -Euro Norm (European Standards)

    FEM -Finite Element Method

    FLG - Fahrzeuleltgert (German) – Engl.

    GPS -Global Positioning System

    GSM -Global System for Mobile

    GSM-R -Global System for Mobile- Railways

    GTO - Gate Turn OffThyristor

    HB - Auxiliary circuit cubicle

    HT -High Tension (Voltage) (according to Indian Electricity Rules)

    IC -Integrated Circuit

    IEC -International Electro technical Commission

    IEEE -Institution of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

    IGBT -Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor

    IVC - Inter Vehicular Couplers

    Inspecting Officer -The person, firm or department nominated to inspect the converters or the representative of the inspecting officer so nominated.

    IR - Indian Railways

    IRS - Indian Railways Standards

    IS -Indian Standard

    ISO -International Standard Organization

    LED -Light Emitting Diode

    MCB - Miniature Circuit Breaker

    MMD -Maximum Moving Dimension

    MMI -Man Machine Interface

    MSU -Motor Suspension Unit

    OEM - Original Equipment Manufacturer - Original Equipment Manufacturer

    OHE -Over Head Equipment

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    SPECIFICATION FOR BATTERY OPERATED DUAL

    MODE SHUNTING LOCOMOTIVE(DMSL), Alt. 0

    PREP.BY. SSE/D&D

    CHECKED .BY SEE/D&D

    CENTRE FOR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT CHITTARANJAN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS

    NO: CLW/C-D&D/ES/03/0551

    ISSUED BY DY. CEE/D&D Alt.

    PCB -Printed Circuit Board

    Purchaser -The President of the Republic of India as represented by the Railways organisation entering into the contract

    RAMS -Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety

    RDSO -Research Designs & Standards Organisation

    SI -System Internationale

    Sub Supplier -Any person, firm or company from whom the supplier may obtain any materials or fittings to be used for the works

    Supplier -The person, firm or company with whom the order for supply of the work has been placed

    S&T - Signal and Telecommunication

    TCN - Train Communication Network

    TE/BE - Tractive effort/Braking effort

    TM - Traction Motor

    ToT documents - Transfer of technology documents

    UHF -Ultra High Frequency

    UIC -Union Internationale des Chemins de Fer (International Union of Railways)

    VHF -Very High Frequency

    VCB - Vacuum circuit Breaker

    VCU -Vehicle Control Unit

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    SPECIFICATION FOR BATTERY OPERATED DUAL

    MODE SHUNTING LOCOMOTIVE(DMSL), Alt. 0

    PREP.BY. SSE/D&D

    CHECKED .BY SEE/D&D

    CENTRE FOR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT CHITTARANJAN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS

    NO: CLW/C-D&D/ES/03/0551

    ISSUED BY DY. CEE/D&D Alt.

    CHAPTER - 1: GENERAL

    1.0 This specification deals with the design, development, supply, installation, commissioning and field validation of Dual Mode Shunting Locomotive (DMSL) for passenger coaches for Indian Railways. It is intended to define the technical requirements of additional equipment namely Integrated converter, battery bank, modified shell assembly etc for the shunting locomotive which will be utilized for shunting purpose in urban station area.

    1.1 Shunting operations are performed using diesel locomotives, although the tracks in the major stations are electrified including platforms. However the coaching depots and yards are not 100% electrified. Due to this bottleneck the shunting operation requires deployment of diesel locomotives as the complete shunting zone is non-electrified. In additional to thus the washing pits of coaching depots can’t be electrified for safety reasons. These are the general forcing factors for using diesel locomotives for shunting. Diesel locomotive has some inherent disadvantages such as: noise and air pollution which is not desirable especially in major urban stations. Thus it is conceived that a shunting locomotive can be developed with battery backup to do the shunting operations in place of diesel shunting locomotives. During the small non-electrified sections of shunting zone these locomotive will be powered from battery. As soon asthe OHE shall be available the normal 25kVsupply will be utilized. The Dual Mode Shunting Locomotive is basically an electric locomotive with the ability to operate from 25kV AC OHE supply as well as battery set. This specification defines the system and performance requirement for design, development, construction and development of battery operated dual mode shunting locomotive.

    1.2 Tangible benefits of Dual Mode Shunting Locomotives: summarized as follows:

    1.2.1 Emission free and noise free shunting is the prime concern in urban station area like Delhi, Mumbai, Howrah, Chennai, and Bangalore.

    1.2.2 Dependency on diesel locos will not be there. Further, the populations of diesel locos are decreasing as the same are being phased out for various reasons.

    1.2.3 In the event of major accident and natural calamities where OHE gets affected, DMSL may provide operational flexibility to work on battery mode during the emergency condition until normal condition is restored.

    1.3 The purpose of the specification is to provide the technical specification for integration of Li-io

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